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Our Library welcomes you back inside with more services and spaces available to you! Curbside services are still available at this location, which includes a park and text option for pickups. Use curbside pickup to retrieve your Library items on holdwireless print jobsand take and make kits! Come by Monument Library to pick up your material.
Have your library card and PIN ready when you arrive. Park in one of the deated spots in front of the library and follow park and text instructions on the. Address: Lake Woodmoor Dr. Monument, CO Phone:x Curbside Pickup Phone : or text "here" to for holds pickup.
Monday - Thursday: 9 a. Friday and Saturday: 10 a. Sunday: Closed Holiday Hours and Closures. On Sat. This celebration marks the 20 th anniversary of Free Comic Book Day. The event, which traditionally takes place on the first Saturday in May, will be celebrated in August in the hopes that much of the uncertainty and disruption related to COVID will have passed.
Please see the guidelines, rules for entry, and submission form for each category below. Judging: Entries will be judged on quality of writing, use of language, plot development and resolution, believable characters, and correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling. Awards: Prizes will be awarded for first, second, and third place entries in each category. An award ceremony will be held in mid-August to announce the winners. Click on age group for submission information.
Please contact hbuljung ppld. Artist of the Knight is a virtual program presented by Pikes Peak Library District, highlighting creatives who work in a variety of media in the Pikes Peak Region. Watch the video anytime after they premiere!
Viewer discretion advised. Interested in being featured on Artists of the Knight? ! Post a photo of your note on Facebook or Instagram any time from Mon. Alternatively, you can send your photo to ppldchallenge ppld. Want to post anonymously? Use the webform here. PPLD continues to prioritize the health and safety of our patrons, staff, and greater community during the ongoing pandemic while making our resources and services accessible to everyone. Face coverings including masks and shields are now optional inside all of our libraries, but strongly encouraged for those 11 years and older who are not fully vaccinated.
If you need an accommodation, please contact your local library directly. Please remember that open hours and specific services may vary by Library locationso please check in advance. Our team also continues to work with community organizations, school districts, and other partners to support El Paso County residents with many different needs during the COVID pandemic and beyond. Vaccines are now available to all Colorado residents 12 years and older! State and local public health officials encourage you to get vaccinated.
Learn more and find a local provider to book your appointment in El Paso County. Get vaccinated at a Library-hosted clinic! Learn more about participating locations, dates, and registration! Have questions about the novel coronavirus?
Please check out the following public resources for more information:. What should I do? To help stop the spread of germs and any contagious illness, local and national public health experts recommend that everyone should take everyday preventive actions and practice good hygiene. There is a global pandemic situation involving a respiratory illness named COVID, which is caused by a new coronavirus that spre through coughing or sneezing, much like influenza also known as the flu.
Vaccines have been approved and are being distributed. At Pikes Peak Library District, you can do anything you set your mind to. We, of course, offer books at each of our libraries. But did you know you can also get help with at-home education, do virtual yoga, learn a new language, discover your family tree, stream music, watch movies, and more?
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Find help and support for your at-home learning endeavors at ppld. Mango Languages. The school year will look different for all of us, regardless what learning method your family has chosen for your students. Pikes Peak Library District has tools and resources to support you in your education journey this year!
Learn more about the Library's response to Covid Live homework help and skills building online with expert tutors in math, science, social studies, and English, plus writing and reading assistance. This database provides study guides and timed practice exams for all major college entrance exams and standardized tests, plus college planning, scholarship search, and career exploration tools.
These platforms provide high-quality educational content and are fun to explore! Access is free with a valid library card and pin. Databases include:. Ready to expand your horizons by learning a new language? Mango Languages features 70 language options, including 21 options for those learning English as a second language.
Explore languages from Irish to Punjabi in the comfort of your own home, or download the app to learn on the go! Students can go at their own pace. The courses have been created by expert linguists and native-speaking instructors to ensure that the content is grammatically and conversationally correct, as well as culturally relevant. Get ready to get a job or go to college!
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Featured Homeschool Resources. This is the place to go for thousands of free digital materials. Included are animated talking picture books, read-along chapter books, National Geographic videos, non-fiction books, literacy puzzles and games, books in Spanish and French, and graphic novels a fan favorite! Younger kids will enjoy listening to the stories while perusing the illustrations, while older or more accomplished readers can choose from the collection of read-along books featuring narration, sentence highlighting, and automatic -turning.
Each book is accompanied by a reading level, Lexile level, and grade information, plus an optional quiz. There are no limited check-out times or wait lists, so every item is always available to everyone. A maker is someone who creates - to be innovative, to solve problems, to bring something beautiful into the world, or simply to have fun.
They have an idea and they bring it to life. Making can encompass just about anything, from high tech to low tech to no tech, from art to fabrication Adult singles dating in Monument artistic fabrication, from needles to table saws to software. Early inMakers Liz Kettle and Ruth Chandler of Textiles West set out to teach community members how to create fabric collages to celebrate the beauty of our Pikes Peak Region and share stories of our home and community. Rather than stop the Textile Art Project altogether, Liz and Ruth transformed it into a virtual format, so that our community could be creative and stay connected even while sheltering at home.
In many ways, the finished compilations are a record of our community and our shared experience during this unprecedented time. You can also see the pieces Adult singles dating in Monument person as part of a rotating display by visiting the following libraries during the months listed below. At the end of the display rotation, the piece will live at Monument Library.
This project is traditionally a textile fabric project, but Liz and Ruth have adapted the project to use just about any materials you have at home. Then, watch the video below to see Liz explain how to get creative and pull it all together!
Please note the video cuts off at the end, but all important content is included. Links to supplementary videos examining various stitch types are also available below. Through her work, Liz Kettle tells tales that are personal as well as those that speak of relationship, humanity, and the earth.
She chooses a nontraditional palette of fabric and stitch because she believes they connect us and draw us closer in a way that cannot be achieved with traditional art materials alone. Liz uses a variety of techniques drawing from the deep wells of quilting, mixed media collage, and paint to tell and support each unique story. Liz is the co-founder and Director of Textiles West, a Textile Art Center that aims to inspire widespread awareness, participation, and appreciation of textile and fiber arts.
Ruth learned basic Sashiko from an elderly neighbor and at the age of four, and began to create and sew her own clothes at the age of ten which became an outlet for her imagination and creativity.
In her own unique style she loves to use new techniques mingled with the old and her work usually shows the influence of her years spent in Japan. Shibori, Boro, Sashiko, and indigo dying are her love, however she also teaches garment sewing and other classes to children and adults. Ruth may be contacted for nationwide classes at ruthachandler comcast.
Have an adventure with Pikes Peak Library District this summer! Anyone ages 0 - 18 can participate and win prizes through reading, moving, and imagining. Either participate in one of our programs or use one of our activity ideas! We value your feedback. Please take a short survey about your adventure and be entered to win an iPad! for group registration information. Have more questions about Beanstack? beanstackhelp ppld. up to receive s for summer virtual programs, activities, and more for ages 0 - 18 in June, July, and August. You can unsubscribe at any time.Adult singles dating in Monument
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