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Bring your food donations to the Children's Library  November- December 18

All donations benefit Broomfield FISH, Inc. Food Bank. See brochure for details.

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Wednesday, December 31
11 a.m. -  countdown with hats and blowers at noon!
repeated at 2 p.m. - countdown with hats and blowers at 3!

Tickets available in the Auditorium Lobby beginning one hour prior to each performance. 
Peter Davison in Up In The Air
Award-winning juggler, dancer and physical comedian Peter Davison will perform clever and amazing things with a variety of objects. The show will include audience participation, and a special juggling count down!

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Wednesday, January 14, 4 - 5 p.m.
Do you love to read?  Would you like to meet with other kids your age to talk about books?!  Then sign up for our new Junior Book Club program for kids in grades 4 to 5. Join us for a book discussion, snacks and fun! Come in to the library to sign up and get your copy of the book, then make sure you have read it and are prepared to talk about it at our meeting.  For more information, please call 720-887-2315.
Registration and book pick up begins December 12.


Titanic Shuffleboard
Tuesday, December 30, 3 - 4 p.m.

The Children’s Library hosts the Molly Brown House Museum as they present Titanic Shuffleboard for 3rd – 5th graders. Shuffleboard is a game played on the outside decks of big ships. On the Titanic, it was a game available to the 2nd class passengers on the 2nd class promenade.  Learn about the Titanic from its creation to the sinking disaster in April of 1912.  Afterwards you’ll learn the rules of shuffleboard and have a chance to play the game!  Upstairs in the Eisenhower Room. Registration required, beginning December 1, call the Children’s Library at 720-887-2315.

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Sunday, Dec. 14 - Sunday, Jan. 11.  For children newborn to age 12

Kids, read 3 books between December 14 and January 11. Fill out an entry form in the Children's Library or download one here starting December 15.

Put the form in the Cool Kids Winter Reading Program box on the Children's Desk. Be sure to choose books you have not read before and books that are at your reading level. Non-readers may be read to. You may enter as many times as you like.  Entries will be chosen at random to receive a very special prize!

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For ages 6 - 12 

Tuesday, January 27, 4 - 5 pm

The Children's Library and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art have teamed up to bring you several art-making workshops in 2015!  Express yourself through a variety of art media, with the emphasis on creativity and fun.
   All programs are free, but registration is required. Call 720-887-2315 to sign up.  This program is made possible by a grant from Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). 
Registration required, and begins on January 2.

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Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library to become Family Place Library as part of a National Leadership Grant!
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) has awarded the Middle Country Public Library a National Leadership Grant to support their Family Place Libraries initiative. Twenty-eight libraries in 7 states will be a part of this grant and our Children's Library is one of them! The grant money will be distributed over the next three years to fund staff training, site visits and project implementation. Middle Country Library staff will work with our library to implement and evaluate Family Place Libraries, a library-based early childhood and family support service model. This multi-phase program will focus on parents and caregivers as first teachers, will be organized around the developmental needs of the child and will link library services with other regional and local family support agencies. The program emphasizes libraries as key institutions within the early childhood and family support community and partners in the promotion of healthy child and family development. The goal is to develop lifelong learners while fostering home/library/community connections to provide community support for families with very young children.  

Read more about our program in this recent article from The Enterprise: