ADULT PROGRAMS

Programs start at 7 PM unless specified differently
All Adult Programs are free and meet in the Longmont Library Meeting Rooms

LIBRARY WRITERS GROUP
September 2, 9, 16 and 23 @ 6 PM
in the UnQuiet Study Area on the 2nd Floor

Calling all writers, 18 years and older! If you are interested in becoming a part of this new group, please stop in and contribute ideas. First and third Tuesdays will be open writing. Second and fourth Tuesdays will be meeting and discussion. The group will not meet on fifth Tuesdays. Front Range Community College instructor Lynette McClain is facilitating the group.

  • September 2:  15 minute share and write
  • September 9:  The whys and hows of blogging
  • September 16:  15 minute share and write
  • September 23:  Making money writing

PETE SEEGER AND THE HAMMER OF JUSTICE
September 4
Daniel Blegen, Colorado author and performer, presents Pete Seeger’s life and music in a unique one-hour concert/lecture: Pete Seeger and the Hammer of Justice. Included are Seeger standards, such as “Turn, Turn, Turn,” If I Had a Hammer,” “We Shall Overcome,” and many more.

HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH FILM
September 11
“A Better Life” (2011) Actor Demian Bechir plays a gardener raising his son alone in Los Angeles. Rated PG-13 . 98 minutes.

LECTURE: COLORADO’S WILD WEST
September 25
Jolie Gallagher will discuss the Wild West history of Colorado. Come and hear her perspective on how “the peaceful frontier transformed into dangerous, lawless territory.”

HOMESCHOOLING 101
September 27 @ 2PM
Pre-registration is required for this event: 303.651.8477
Are you considering homeschooling, but unsure if it’s a fit for your family? Do you plan to homeschool, but don’t know how to get started? Join long-time homeschooler Ann Brady as she discusses how to start homeschooling. In addition to the various paths to homeschooling in Colorado, she will address local resources and curriculum options.

A CANDID BUT REALISTIC LOOK AT THE SYMBOLOGY OF THE TAROT
October 2
Join psychic consultant Dori Spence in a workshop on the use of the Tarot.

MONSTER MOVIE FEST: DRACULA
October 9
Come see the 1931 film Dracula with Bela Lugosi. Popcorn and refreshments will be served. Halloween costumes are encouraged!

CHILDREN PROGRAMS

Register at the Children’s and Teen Services desk or call 303.651.8477

For information on upcoming storytimes and events see the Library’s Children Calendar

WEEKLY PROGRAMS

MONDAY
Yoga’pon a Time • 10-10:45 am
A four session class of singing, stories and acting using simple yoga poses. For children ages 3-6 and a parent/caregiver. Registration required: 303.651.8477.

TUESDAY
Storytimes • 10:15 and 11 am

WEDNESDAY
Storytimes • 10:15 and 11 am
Tutoring • 5:30 pm

THURSDAY
Hora de Cuentos Bilingues/Bilingual Story Hour • 6 pm
Bedtime Storytime • 7 pm

SPECIAL EVENTS
THE FOLLOWING EVENTS MAY REQUIRE REGISTRATION
Register at the Children’s and Teen Services desk or call 303.651.8477

LEGO CLUB
September 5 • 6:30 pm
The full-length Lego movie will be shown, pizza and fruit, and building with Legos! Family event, all ages welcome. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.

CHESS CLUB
September 8 & 22 • 7 pm
Players of all levels welcome; no registration required. Best for ages 7 and up.

DOGS ENJOY AFTERNOON READING (DEAR)
September 13 • 1 pm

SEARCHING FOR SILVERHEELS BOOK RELEASE PARTY
September 13 • 3 pm
Learn about the rising tide of women’s suffrage, the early days of the World War I, accusations or “un-American behavior,” and the picturesque history of a small Colorado mining town through the eyes of 13-year-old Pearl in 1917.

LOTERIA MEXICANA
September 29 • 7  pm
Traditional Mexican bingo, mostly in Spanish. For all ages: adults, children and families. For more info, please contact Amy at 303.651.8783.

FOR TWEENS & TEENS

Register at the Children’s and Teen Services desk or call 303.651.8477

2ND SATURDAYS: THE LIBRARY AFTER DARK
September 13 • Doors open at 6 pm
Register: 303-651-8477
Great fun! Pizza, Fandoms Unite!, Movies
Anime and Manga, and Minecraft Klub are full swing.
Featured film: Summer Wars