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  1. Children's - One Book 4 Colorado

    May 8, All Day @ Children's Library

    Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library is promoting early reading by providing a free new book to every four-year-old in Broomfield as part of the statewide One Book 4 Colorado. One Book 4 Colorado is a statewide initiative aiming to support family reading at home and instill a love of learning in Colorado youngsters. Most books for four-year olds in Broomfield are being distributed at local preschools and daycares. Families of four-year-olds who do not receive their book at preschool or daycare can stop by the Library any day between May 6 – 20 to pick up a copy of the book in either English or Spanish. One Book 4 Colorado is the result of collaboration between Reach Out and Read Colorado, Colorado State Library, public libraries, the private sector, and the foundation community. For more information, contact the Children's Library at 720-887-2315.

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  2. Children - Wellness Wednesdays: Wonderful Water

    May 8, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM @ Children's Story Room

    Just say "Yes" to Wonderful Water! Children and adults will have fun measuring out the sugar content of several beverages as they learn about how important pure water is to our health and happiness. On the day of the program, please pick up free tickets at the Children's Library Desk to reserve places for you and your child in the program. Presented by Patti Heath, Nutritionist and Healthy Learning Paths.

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  1. Public Art Committee Meeting

    May 8, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Eisenhower Room, 2nd floor Library

    The purpose of the Public Art Committee is to: 1) Implement the public art master plan approved by City Council including guidelines governing public art funding, selection, acquisition, placement, installation, marketing and maintenance of works of art 2) Develop an educational program for city residents and visitors on Broomfield’s public art program 3) Conduct an annual inventory and condition assessment of the city’s public art collection 4) Consult with developers regarding public art opportunities in private developments per direction of the Council

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