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The Lake County Public Library Board of Trustees is looking for applicants to fill a vacancy on the board, to complete a term that runs through December 31, 2018.
The Board meets once a month on the second Tuesday, 6:30 P.M., for approximately two hours to develop and approve library policy, formulate and adopt long-range plans, oversee library management, prepare and submit the annual budget, and advocate for the library.
Submit a letter of application by July 10, 2015.
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and a resident of Lake County. Those interested should send a letter of application to the Lake County Public Library Board, 1115 Harrison Ave., Leadville, CO 80461, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Indicate why you are interested in serving on the Board and what skills, talents and previous experience you have that would make you a good Trustee. Please include your email address in your letter of application.
Lake County Public Library is excited to share our new Children's Databases. Tumble Books Library, Pebble Go, and Scholastic Go are designed to help with early literacy education. Visit our Children's Databases page for these and more useful links.
Monday 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm - Amax Room
For babies 6 -6 18 months and their caregiver. 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.
Did you know?
- The brain is the least developed organ at birth.
- At three years old, a child's brain is about 90 percent of its adult size.
- The input from a child's daily environment, especially interactions with people in his or her environment, dramatically affect how the connections in a baby's brain get wired.
- Play is a powerful way for children to learn. It encourages repetition which impacts learning.