1. &#34I Voted&#34 stickers on an American flag

    Vote!

    The 24-hour ballot box is open at the North end of the parking lot from Feb. 12 through 7pm on Tuesday, March 5. There is no in-person voting at the Library for the Presidential Primary. Read on...
  2. Kids with &#34Let&#39s Go To The Public Library!&#34 sign

    Library Event Guide

    So much to do at the Library and around town...! Library event guide
  3. Tax help volunteers from the AARP

    Tax help appointments, forms, and information

    Learn more and book a tax help appointment - spaces fill quickly. Common federal tax forms for self-preparation are available on the main level, while supplies last; Colorado forms will not be distributed via the Library this season. Appointments & Forms
  4. Patron reads at the Library

    Library User Guide

    Get an overview about cards and borrowing, learn about current services, and more! Learn more
  5. Headline

    Free meals weekdays at the Library

    Free pre-packaged hot meals and snacks are available every weekday through the Meals on Wheels program. Read on...
  6. Storytime Collective

    Pop-up Storytime at the Collective, Saturday, Feb. 24, 10:30am

    Families - join us at The Collective Community Arts Center at 201 N. Public Road for singing, dancing, stories, and a craft. Storytime Schedule
  7. March College Application Workshops and Help Sessions - Register

    Teens and families - sign up to join Professor Emerita Manette Ansay for a presentation on college application and summer planning, or a small group personal application and essay help session (or both!). Read on
  8. Sensory Storytime with Megan

    Sensory Storytime, Saturday, March 2, 10:30am

    Kids and caregivers - join us for Storytime designed for individuals who are neurodiverse or have sensory needs. This is a structured Storytime, with books read by a board-certified behavior analyst. Storytime Schedule
  9. Blood Drive, Thursday, March 31, 10am-4pm

    Vitalant Blood Drive, Thursday, March 7 - Register or drop in

    Sign up in advance to receive free solar eclipse glasses and T-shirt, a chance to win a $5,000 gift card, and the gratitude of the many who need your donation! Read on...
  10. Woman altering jeans

    Maker Monday: Sewing 101: Jeans Alterations - Register for March 4

    Adults 18 and older - sign for a one-session workshop on March 4 from 1:30-3:30pm to learn how to take in the waist of jeans or pants. No sewing experience is necessary and sewing machines will be provided. Sign up
  11. Living History Program storyteller performing as Marie Curie.

    Lafayette Learns: "The Living History of Marie Curie," Thursday, March 7, 6:30pm

    Adults and older teens - join Lafayette Learns and storyteller Susan Marie Frontczak for a Living History program about scientist Marie Curie. Learn more
  12. Woman altering jeans

    Maker Monday: Sewing 101: Jeans Alterations - Register for March 11

    Adults 18 and older - sign for a one-session workshop on March 11 from 1:30-3:30pm to learn how to take in the waist of jeans or pants. No sewing experience is necessary and sewing machines will be provided. Sign up
  13. A man plugs a device into a laptop

    Tech Help Drop In, Sunday, March 10, 1-3pm

    Drop in and get help with using your devices, finding apps and websites, and learning tips and tricks from the tech-savvy teen volunteers at Connect Digital Inclusion Labs. Learn more
  14. Woman altering jeans

    Maker Monday: Sewing 101: Jeans Alterations - Register for March 18

    Adults 18 and older - sign for a one-session workshop on March 18 from 1:30-3:30pm to learn how to take in the waist of jeans or pants. No sewing experience is necessary and sewing machines will be provided. Sign up
  15. Senior Learning Club - Easter Basket Craft, March 21, 1-3pm - Register

    Adults ages 55 and older - Sign up with the Senior Center to make Easter basket crafts in the Library Makerspace. Sign up (via Webtrac)
  16. Woman altering jeans

    Maker Monday: Sewing 101: Jeans Alterations - Register for March 25

    Adults 18 and older - sign for a one-session workshop on March 25 from 1:30-3:30pm to learn how to take in the waist of jeans or pants. No sewing experience is necessary and sewing machines will be provided. Sign up
  17. Collage of items made in the Library Makerspace

    Maker Drop-in Hours, January-May

    Teen Maker Hangout and Makerspace Drop-in hours are available each week. Check the calendar to be sure it is on (we do have to cancel sometimes) and visit our Makerspace page to learn how to get involved! Makerspace Details
  18. Archives at the Lafayette Library

    Archives Drop-in Hours, Mondays and Tuesdays

    Explore the Library's local history Archives with help from a Librarian! Mondays, 10am-12:30pm and Tuesdays, 2:30-4pm. More Details
  19. Conversations in English - closeup

    Conversations in English, Mondays, 6-7:15pm

    Join other English language learners in a weekly conversation group designed to improve speaking and listening skills in a friendly, informal, and non-judgmental environment, facilitated by a native English speaker. Learn more
  20. Loteria at the Library

    Lotería Mexicana - Family Bingo, 2nd Mondays 5-6pm

    Have some bilingual family bingo fun in the traditional Mexican style! Drop by the Kid Zone on the 2nd Monday of any month. View Calendar
  21. Teen Chess Club - Drop in, 2nd and 4th Mondays, 5:30pm

    Teens in grades 6-12 - drop on the 2nd or 4th Monday each month for fun games and instructive lessons on chess run by volunteer teens. Learn more
  22. Wellness Tuesday Crafts

    Wellness Wednesday Crafts, 1st Wednesdays, 3-5pm

    Kids and teens - drop in for mindfulness crafts and activities with the Mental Health Partners. Stop by the table on the Upper Level the first Wednesday of the month. Learn more
  23. Cannon Mine Poetry Reading Series, 3rd Thursdays, 5-7pm

    Adults and older teens - join us one Thursday each month for the Cannon Mine Poetry Reading Series, with a featured presentation by a local poet, followed by an open call for participation to any local poets in attendance. Learn more
  24. Join us virtually for Death Cafés, in Zoom every third Thursday at 6pm! Registration required.

    Death Café - Virtual: 3rd Thursdays on 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...
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  1. Tax help volunteers from the AARP

    Tax help appointments, forms, and information

    Learn more and book a tax help appointment - spaces fill quickly. Common federal tax forms for self-preparation are available on the main level, while supplies last; Colorado forms will not be distributed via the Library this season. Appointments & Forms