1. May Newsletter

    May Library Newsletter

    Find out everything happening in May and beyond at the Lafayette Public Library. View the newsletter
  2. Register for a Martin Ogle Zoom presentation, &#34In the Eye of the Hawk,&#34 on May 20.

    Martin Ogle webinar: "In the Eye of the Hawk: Reflections on the Circle of Life"

    Register now to join Lafayette Open Space and naturalist Martin Ogle for an all-ages virtual presentation on Thursday, May 20, inspired by observations shared in his book “In the Eye of the Hawk." More Info/Register
  3. City of Lafayette Vitalant mobile blood drive, Thursday, March 11 from 10am-2:30pm

    Donate blood on Thursday, May 27 at the Library

    The City of Lafayette's mobile blood drive by Vitalant will take place in the Library parking lot from 10am-2:30 pm. Walk-ins are welcome; appointments are encouraged! Learn more/sign up
  4. Teens - sign up to volunteer at the Lafayette Public Library!

    Teen summer volunteer positions: earn credit and have fun!

    Teens in grades 6-12 - help run the Library Summer Reading program, or mentor kids in tech or writing projects. Have fun, earn credit, and help out! Learn more and apply
  5. Lafayette Summer Reading 2021 for all ages is June 1-July 31

    All-ages Summer Reading starts June 1

    Summer Reading runs June 1-July 31. Read books. Have fun. Earn prizes! Help us meet our community reading goal of 400,000 minutes. Learn more
  6. Kids in grades 3-5 - register for June Writing Buddies with teen mentors!

    June Writing Buddies

    Kids in grades 3-5 - sign up now to for our in-person June session: write, brainstorm, and play games with teen volunteers for an hour each week starting June 9. Learn more/register
  7. Join us virtually for Death Cafés, in Zoom every third Thursday at 6pm! Registration required.

    Engaging Death Café conversations for adults are back...over Zoom!

    Death Cafés bring adults together for authentic, engaging conversations. Sign up for one or more virtual conversations on Zoom, held on the third Thursday of each month at 6pm (registration required). Read on...
  8. Donate iPads at the Library for Tech to Connect

    Tech to Connect: Donate your iPad

    Help connect an isolated older adult find connection to friends, family, and resources. Read on...
  9. LafayetteREADS selections for June and July 2021

    LafayetteREADS adults and teen book selections for June and July

    Read the "The Yellow House" by Sarah M. Broom. Free copies are available (while supplies last) when you sign up for our June discussion. In July, teens will explore "Clap When You Land" by Elizabeth Acevedo. Learn more
  10. Pick up your holds and browse during Grab and Go hours--thanks for remembering your face covering!

    How to pick up your holds

    View hours and details for picking up your books and other items at the Lafayette Public Library. Read on...
  11. Makerspace projects on the Prusa 3D printer

    Print your 3D project!

    Lafayette Library cardholders may submit files to print in the Studio 775 Mini-Makerspace and pick them up in the Lobby. Read on...
  12. Sister Carmen truck picks up donations at the Lafayette Public Library curbside dropoff

    Donate food and essential items

    The Library is a Sister Carmen donation site during open hours. Read on...
  13. Request a grab bag of librarian-selected books!

    Grab bags for adults, kids, or teens!

    Need help finding your next read? Request a mystery bag of librarian-selected books! Read on...
  14. Share your library story or memory

    Your Library, Your Story: Director Melissa Hisel

    Watch an interview with our director, read the community's stories, and share your library story or memory! Read on...
  15. News and information about the Lafayette Public Library in Colorado

    Library status and user guide

    View Library status, get a card, learn about current services, and more! Read on...
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  1. LafayetteREADS selections for June and July 2021

    LafayetteREADS adults and teen book selections for June and July

    Read the "The Yellow House" by Sarah M. Broom. Free copies are available (while supplies last) when you sign up for our June discussion. In July, teens will explore "Clap When You Land" by Elizabeth Acevedo. Learn more