Kassi Brent will be here on May 7th at 2 pm to present a Mother/Daughter program on the history and art of henna tattooing in the Carnegie Room of the library. Registration is encouraged (those registered will get tattoos first). Daughters age 10 and up only. Women may attend without daughters (and women without daughters may attend!), but daughters under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their mothers. Refreshments will be served.
Click here to sign up for Mother/Daughter Henna
Emily Furman’s rescheduled photography class will be on April 26th at 6:30 pm. Patrons who had signed up for the previous class will be contacted first, then spots will be filled on a first come/first serve basis. Registration is required for this event. Call, come in or Click Here to sign up!
Starting on April 25th, East Morgan County Library will host a series of financial literacy classes. These courses will be held every Monday night at 6 pm. These Adult Only programs sponsored by Common Cents for Colorado will teach you everything you need to know about financial planning for your future. Be sure to stop by the Library and get some Common Cents!
Registration is not necessary, but is appreciated. Click here to register for Common Cents!
April 25th, May 2nd, May 9th, May 16th and May 23rd.
Our third session of Tai-Chi will focus on the benefits of Tai-Chi for arthritis pain and stiffness. Sessions taught by Angie Shaver will be held Wednesdays at 5:15 pm at East Morgan County Library. Class dates are: May 4th, May 11th, May 18th, May 25th, June 1st, June 8th, June 15th, and June 29th. Cost to attend is $10. Class size is limited to 15 participants so register early! Call 970-842-4596 with any questions or for more information.
May 4th class has been POSTPONED until May 11th. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Click here to register for Tai-Chi for Arthritis
Retired Agronomist Bruce Bosley will be at the library on April 19th at 6 pm to teach us about our native pollinators and the plants that attract them. We all know that the bee population is dwindling, so let’s do our part to create an attractive and welcoming habitat for them. Join us for this very informative event and take notes for your own flower bed!
Click Here to sign up for Native Plants and Pollinators
April 10th-17th is National Library week. To celebrate, we have several deals to take advantage of. First, we have free card replacement. If you have lost your library card, come in to get your free replacement. Everyone’s first card is free, but normally we charge $2 to replace lost cards. Another great program to take advantage of is fine forgiveness. We understand that life happens outside our library and books don’t always make it back on time. Fines can accrue on accounts and lots of people stop coming in after that. Don’t fall into that trap! As long as we have the item back, your fines will be forgiven. However, if you have lost books on your account, they will need to be brought back or paid for. (Tip: it would be great if you could find your lost book and bring it back so you don’t owe anything!)
“Fine” forgiveness is not “charge” forgiveness. If there are charges other than overdue fines on your account, we’ll have to work out a payment plan. Just remember: we truly value our patrons and we will work out whatever we need to ensure you can still use our facilities. Never be afraid to talk to us. We’re here to help you out!
We will be closed from 9 am-1 pm on Wednesday, March 30th for a staff training. There will be NO STORY TIME until Friday, April 1st. Thank you for your patience while we learn about a new program that we think will benefit our community. Stop by after 1 pm if you have the chance!
Gary Kraisinger will be here to tell you all about the Western Cattle Trail on April 1st at 12 pm in the Carnegie Center of the Library. The Museum hosts their sack lunch program at East Morgan County Library during the winter months. Since the weather is getting a little warmer, this will be the last program held here. For the summer, head down to the Museum for their sack lunch programs. We’ll see you all when the weather starts to change again!
The Friends of the Library Organization is putting on an Easter Book sale. This will coincide with the Easter Egg Hunt that the Lions Club is hosting at EMCLD. Bring your kids to the Easter Egg Hunt and pick up a few books on your way home. The book sale will go from 10 am-2 pm on March 18th and from 9 am-1 pm on March 19th. The Easter Egg Hunt will start at 10 am on Saturday the 19th. Hope to see you all there!
The leaves and branches of your family tree may still be sprouting and blooming, but your roots will always be there waiting for you to discover their depths. Take some time to join our Genealogical Society or just pop into their next meeting on March 21st at 7 pm. The group has lots of combined knowledge that may be the key to starting (or continuing) your genealogical quest.