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Lake County Public Library is conducting a community survey to assess our services. Please complete this survey even if you do not use the public library because your input will help us in planning services to meet your needs.
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Mango is an online language-learning system that teaches conversation skills for 71 foreign languages and counting. This includes English courses taught completely in the user’s native language and a few endangered languages. Mango is free for all library patrons and can be accessed anywhere with an Internet connection. It's so easy to use and you'll see incredible results after just one lesson!
Thursday Afternoon - 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Thursday Mornings - Children ages 3-5 9-10 a.m.
Thursday Mornings - Toddlers 11-11:30 a.m
This class is based on the research of Dr. Jill Stamm, Ph.D. and her work with the New Directions Institute for Infant Brain Development. We will work on the ABC’s of early learning using Brain Boxes that Dr. Stamm and her team developed. We will learn through play, songs and rhymes to help those little brains grow.
For babies 6-24 months and their caregiver.
FindIT Colorado is a new mobile app that connects you to Lake County Public Library’s online resources. Use the app to view your account information, search for and place holds on items, renew items, access our databases, check the library’s events calendar, and connect with the library on social media.
The FindIT Colorado app is available for FREE! Download the app from http://co.boopsie.com/ or search for the app in your mobile device’s app store.
The FindIT Colorado app was developed by Boopsie for Libraries, the industry leader in mobile apps for libraries. This project is a service of the Colorado State Library and funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
Lake County Public Library offers use of Colorado Parks and Wildlife pass
Lake County Public Library has partnered with Colorado Parks and Wildlife to loan a state park entry pass for one week. This partnership provides an outdoor learning experience for library cardholders and expands public library services. The goal of the program is to provide residents an opportunity to explore state parks before purchasing a park pass, and the hope is that library cardholders will enjoy the experience they will want to purchase their own park passes.
Starting June 20, the first day of summer, the public library will have two backpacks to loan that each contain a state park pass hangtag for the rearview mirror, one set of binoculars, a Colorado wildlife guide, a Colorado trees and wildflower guide, a guide to Colorado’s 42 state parks, a Leave No Trace card, an activity ideas list and a program evaluation card. We ask that you inventory all items in the backpack to make sure they are in good repair before return, and to fill out the evaluation form to help sustain the program. Packs and passes will circulate to adults, with no holds or renewals.
Lake County Public Library offers one-on-one help for job seekers by appointment Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Call (719)-486-0569 to schedule your appointment.