Come learn the history and culture of henna body art with Leah from Face Fiesta!
This hands-on class will provide you with the space and tools to create your own intricate henna designs on paper and yourself!
Registration is required.
Where and when:
Lincoln Park Library
1012 11th St., Greeley
5:00–7:00 PM · Sept. 14
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3700 Golden St., Evans
12:00–2:00 PM · Sept. 19
Cick here to register at Riverside Library
Centennial Park Library
2227 23rd Ave., Greeley
3:00–5:00 PM · Sept. 19
Click here to register at Centennial Park Library
Erie Community Library
400 powers st., Erie
4:00–6:00 PM · Oct. 11
Click here to register at Erie Community Library
If you love learning about new cultures, or just love having fun, join us at Centennial Park Library on September 22 and October 6, 4:30-5:30 pm, for an introduction to Japanese culture and language. This program is for teens in Grades 6-12, and presented by the Asian Studies Program at UNC.Centennial Park Library Calendar of Events
Want to enjoy a fun, free night out with the family?
Join us at Centennial Park Library, 2227 23rd Avenue in Greeley, on September 30 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. for an after hours family game night hosted by Kirsten from the Nerd Store! Learn fabulous new games and enjoy refreshments while we play.
All ages are welcome!
Registration is required.Click here to register.
Draw, Doodle, and Paint!
We will follow easy step-by-step instructions as your Gallery on the Go guide helps you create a fun design! You will draw the main images of the selection, fill in the design with your own creative doodling, and then complete your beautiful masterpiece by painting the remaining canvas! Snacks will be provided.
Join us at Erie Community Library, 400 Powers St, Erie:
September 22, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. for Adults
Click here to register for the adult program.
September 27, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. for Teens.Erie Community Library Calendar of Events
Click here to register for the teen program (grades 6-12).
Read, write, sing, talk and play with your children! Visit any time during our free Early Literacy Fair for lots of fun, interactive learning activities based on the 5 practices of Every Child Ready to Read. You and your child will enjoy Eric Carle themed activities, fun crafts, and much more.
October 3 and 4: Carbon Valley Regional Library, 9 am-noon
October 18: Farr Regional Library, 9-11 amMyLibrary Calendar of Events
If you haven't quite got on board with
the Pokemon Go phenomenon and you'd like to know what all the hype is about, or maybe battle with your kids or grandkids, we will teach you the basics of Pokemon Go.
Join us at Farr Regional Library, 1939 61st Ave, Greeley, on October 4, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Includes a tour of PokeStops in the area, an introduction to a Gym and how to get started with lots of explanations of what it all means.
Required for full participation: comfortable walking shoes, fully charged smartphone with GPS enabled, the ability to download apps, data or wifi capability.
Recommended for adults. Registration is required.Click here to register.
Come and learn about dolls of the past and the girls who played with them. See examples of dolls and other artifacts as we explore a different time period each month. Stories, fiber and paper crafts, and hands-on exploring will be part of the fun. Parents, caregivers, and dolls are always welcome to join in! Join us Erie Community Library on October 4, November 8 and December 6, from 4:15-5:15 pm. Registration for each date is required; Grades 2-5.Erie Community Library Calendar of Events
Join us at Riverside Library, 3700 Golden St., Evans, on October 3, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., as Amanda Nix, from the Couponers of Weld County shows us to drastically cut our weekly grocery bill. New couponers will be guided through the basics of how to use coupons
and how to save money on just about everything!
We will learn:
- How coupons work
- How to organize your coupons in order to save more money
- How to match up sales items with coupons
- How to tell if a sale price is really a good deal
- About websites to print out coupons
- About manufacturers to contact in order to get coupons.
Ages 16 and older.Riverside Library Calendar of Events
Do you want a naturally clean home? In this free class held at Centennial Park Library on October 1, 10:30 am-12 pm, you will learn how to skip the toxins with all natural cleaning products for a safer, cleaner home. After learning some basics about traditional household products and natural alternatives, you will make all-natural, safe and effective cleaners for your home and will leave with ideas for even more DIY cleaners. Presented by Aubrey Gehring, Holistic Health Coach. Registration required.Click here to register for this event.
The college admissions process can be daunting, but armed with the right information, you can be successful! Students or parents can join us to learn about practical college planning and lowering the cost of college. Lois Rice, Erie resident and educational consultant for 12 years, will be at Erie Community Library on October 4, 6-8 pm, to discuss topics that include standardized testing, the application process and tips about financial aid. Make this FREE informative event part of your college planning! Registration required; Grades 9-12 or parents.Click here to register for this event.