1. FallReading2021

    All-ages Fall Reading challenge Oct. 1-Nov. 30

    Try our fun and simple Fall Reading challenge! Do at least eight activities in Beanstack (or pick up a paper log) before the end of November to complete the program and earn a FREE book. Learn more and sign up!
  2. GED Learning Source

    Get your GED or high school equivalency from the Learning Source at the Library!

    The Learning Source is hosting Fall High School Equivalency and GED Classes at the Lafayette Public Library. In-person and virtual sessions are available. Learn more and register
  3. Teen Service Day

    Library Teen Service opportunity, Sunday, Oct. 24

    Teens in grades 6-12 - Have a few hours to give or need some volunteer credit? Sign up to help at the Library for a few hours on one or more Sundays this fall. Projects will include dusting, straightening, and organizing. Register
  4. Basho storytime

    Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos Celebration - Saturday, Oct. 30

    All ages - Celebrate Day of the Dead/Día De Los Muertos at the Lafayette Public Library with a storytime and live performance by Basho & Friends, crafts, and the chance to view community memorial altars on display. Learn more
  5. Bumblebasket COVID-19 Test Lockers

    Free COVID-19 test kits

    Pick up a free COVID-19 test kits for home from a secure locker at the Library, designed and stocked by Bumblebasket. Read on...
  6. 3D prints

    Learn 3D printing with in-person Maker Buddies this October

    Kids in grades 3-5 - Meet with teen volunteers on Wednesdays in October to design projects to print on our 3D printer. Details and Signup
  7. Teen helps kids in the Library Maker Buddies program

    Calling all teens for Fall volunteer opportunities

    The Lafayette Public Library is looking for teen volunteers for several upcoming opportunities. There are lots of ways to have fun, earn credit, and help out! Learn more and apply
  8. September newsletter header

    September Library Newsletter

    Find out everything happening in September at the Lafayette Public Library. View the newsletter
  9. Teen Games

    Teen Tabletop Games, Saturdays 1-5pm

    Teens in grades 6-12 - drop in with friends (or make new ones) at our weekly Saturday board game and RPG meetup. More Info
  10. Storytimes outside

    Fall storytime schedule - where and when!

    Join us outside when the weather is nice (bring a blanket!) or inside in the upstairs Kid Zone, or in the lower-level meeting room - check the sign in the Lobby! (Face coverings are required for youth programs.) View days and times
  11. 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...
  12. Library spaces

    Book a Study Room or Event Space

    Free study rooms and fee-based event spaces are open for use! Learn more
  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. 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...
  15. 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...
  16. 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. Storytimes outside

    Fall storytime schedule

    Join us outside when the weather is nice (bring a blanket!) or inside in the upstairs Kid Zone, or in the lower-level meeting room - check the Lobby sign. Mask-wearing is required indoors for everyone 2 and older, and encouraged at outdoor events. View schedule and details