Events taking place at Clearview and High Plains library districts, Loveland Public Library for the week of April 9-15, 2022

The High Plains and Clearview library districts as well as the Loveland Public Library offer a variety of programs and activities for all ages.

Check out this list of library events for the week of April 9-15, 2022.

Clearview Library

Dungeons and Dragons is scheduled for noon Saturday in the large meeting room at the Windsor-Severance Library, 720 3rd St., Windsor. The group is open to teens ages 12-18 with beginning to advance experience. Registration is required to attend. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3DQ1eq7.

The bookmobile will be making a stop at 3 pm Monday at Founders Green Park, 1201 Grand Ave., Windsor. All ages are invited to come and see what the bookmobile has to offer.

Storytime and a Craft with Miss Nancy is set for 10 am Tuesday at the Windsor-Severance Library, 720 3rd St., Windsor. The program is geared toward children ages 0-6 years and their parent or guardian. The program will feature stories, songs, rhymes and an age-appropriate craft project. Registration is required. For more information, or to register, go to https://bit.ly/3x6hMc0.

All ages are invited to come out to see what the bookmobile has to offer when is makes a scheduled stop at 10 am Tuesday at Severance Town Hall, 3 Timber Ridge Parkway.

Hunters Moon Meadery is hosting Beekeeping, Harvesting Honey and Making Mead at 6 pm Tuesday in the large meeting room at 720 3rd St., Windsor. The class is open to adults age 18 and older. Registration is required and can be done by going to https://bit.ly/3u7xt0J.

Little ones ages 0-6 years are invited to learn basic American Sign Language at Storytime with ASL with Miss Christy at 10 am on Facebook Live. The program will feature a special story and songs using basic sign language. Registration is not required to view the program. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3rrztiT.

Pick up some weekend reading materials at the bookmobile when it makes a stop at 4:30 pm Thursday at Hazelton Park at The Trails at Sheep Draw, 16th Street Road, Greeley. All ages are welcome to come out and see what the bookmobile has to offer.

Swing on over to High Hops Brewery for Pub Trivia at 5:30 pm Thursday at 6461 CO 392, Windsor. Games are open to adults age 21 and older and registration is not required to attend. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3uPgvU4.

The Creative Writing Club is scheduled to meet at 5:30 pm Thursday at the Windsor Severance Library, 720 3rd St. The club, open to adults age 18 and older, will be discussing strategies for writing beginnings. Registration is required to attend and the club is open to all skill levels of writers from beginners to advanced. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3K8CdZA.

High Plains Library

Registration is open for the Cross Stitch Monthly Project Series. The program offers participants a new cross stitch project each month along with the supplies and pattern. The project is open to adults age 18 and older and no prior cross stitch experience is necessary. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/37gQULC.

Farr Music and Movement Storytime is set for 9:30 am Monday at the Farr Regional Library, 1939 61st Ave. The event will feature stories, songs and dancing for children ages 3-5 and their parent or guardian. Registration is not required to attend but space will be limited. For more information, contact Audrey at (888) 861-7323.

Get little ones interested in books and reading early by taking them to Riverside Tales for Tots at 9:30 am Monday at the Riverside Library and Cultural Center, 3700 Golden St., Evans. The program is geared toward children ages 18-months to 3 years and their parent or guardian. Attendees will participate in stories, songs and playtime. Registration is not required to attend. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3NIVh2K.

The bookmobile is scheduled to make a stop at 4 pm Monday at Cave Creek Homes, 3400 Sagebrush Blvd., Evans. All ages are welcome to come and see what the bookmobile has to offer.

The Glenn A. Jones MD Memorial Library will be hosting a Milliken Storytime at 10 am Tuesday at 1109 Broad St. The event, open to children ages 0-5 years, will feature educational, interactive stories and a take home craft. Registration is not required to attend. For more information, contact the library at (970) 660-5039.

All ages are invited to come see what materials the bookmobile has to offer when it makes a stop at 10:30 am Tuesday at Guardian Angel Catholic Church, 109 3rd St., Mead.

Don’t forget to register for the Centennial Park Family Storytime at 10:30 am Tuesday at the Centennial Park Library, 2227 23rd Ave., Greeley. The program is designed for preschool to pre-kindergarten children and their parent or guardian and will include books, plays, movement and activities. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3KgnMCG.

Have questions about your smartphone, tablet or computer? Then swing on by Eaton Library’s Tech Time from 2-3 pm Tuesday at 132 Maple Ave. for some help. The program is open to adults age 18 and older and will help community members with their technology or electronic device questions. Registration is not required to attend. For more information, contact the Eaton Library at (970) 454-2189.

Start the morning off with a virtual storytime at 9:30 am Wednesday over GoToMeeting. The program, geared toward children ages 3 and older, will feature books, songs and rhymes from the comfort of their home. Registration is required to get the link to the program. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3ucDmtK.

Enjoy Family Story Time with your little ones at 10 am Wednesday at Lincoln Park Library, 1012 11th St., Greeley. The event is open to families with children of all ages and will include books, songs and the opportunity to explore what the library has to offer. Registration is not required to attend. For more information, call Keri at (888) 861-7323.

Crafterschool will take place at 3:30 pm Wednesday at the Farr Regional Library, 1939 61st St., Greeley for kids in grades 4-8. The group will be learning how to make a wind chime and all supplies will be provided. Registration is required to participate and can be done by going to https://bit.ly/3NQziao.

The Kersey Book Club will be meeting at 6 pm Wednesday at 332 3rd St. The club, open to adults age 18 and older, will be discussing a specific title each month. For more information on April’s book, call the library at (888) 861-7323.

Gather up the little ones and head over the Eaton Library Music and Art at 10 am Thursday at 132 Maple Ave. for exercise for their bodies and brain. The program is open to children ages 0-5 years and their parent or guardian. Registration is not required to attend. For more information, call the library at (970) 454-2189.

Pick up some weekend reading materials for the entire family when the bookmobile makes a stop at 4:30 pm Thursday at Salida Del Sol Academy, 111 E. 26th St., Greeley. All ages are invited to come out and see what the bookmobile has to offer.

Adults can learn how to navigate Novelist Plus, Goodreads, Fantastic Fiction and other book sites at How to Find Great Books at 6:30 pm Thursday online. The monthly class is open to adults age 18 and older and will teach the ins and outs of searching for and locating books of interesting. Registration is required to attend and can be done by going to https://bit.ly/3KiR7MY.

Work the wiggles out of young ones at Eaton Library Wiggle Worms at 10 am Friday at 132 Maple Ave. Toddlers and preschoolers can dance, skip, jump and do whatever their wiggly bodies want while listening to songs and watching videos. Registration is not required but space is limited to the first 15 participants. For more information, contact the library at (970) 454-2189.

Registration is open for Beyond the Classroom: Fun Physics at 2 pm Friday at the Centennial Park Library, 2227 23rd Ave., Greeley. The event will explore inertia, hydrodynamics and conservation of angular momentum. Kids ages 12-18 are welcome to attend. For more information, or to register, go to https://bit.ly/3xbBNOr.

Loveland Public Library

Teens ages 9-13 are invited to attend Magic the Gathering for Kids at 1 pm Saturday at the library, 300 N. Adams Ave. The event will teach new players the rules to the game and challenge seasoned players. Registration is requested and can be done by going to https://bit.ly/36Riuzn.

Teen Maker Open Lab will be from 2-4 pm Saturday at the library, 300 N. Adams Ave. The space is open to teens ages 11-47 and offers a variety of equipment, technology and tools for them to explore. Registration is not required to attend. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3r5cr13.

Children of all ages are invited to tune in to a virtual storytime at 10 am Monday on the library’s YouTube and Facebook page. The program will include books, stories, songs and activities for children of all ages. Registration is not required to view the program. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3r7jW7r.

Encourage reading in little ones early by attending Baby and Toddler Storytime at 11 am Tuesday at the library located at 300 N. Adams Ave. The program will feature books, rhymes, music and fun for little ones ages 0-3 years and their parent or guardian. Registration is not required, however, space will be limited. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3LKVRve.

Teens can come and learn how to play the traditional Mexican game of Loteria Mexicana at 4:30 pm Tuesday at 300 N. Adams Ave. The program is open to teens ages 11-17 and will teach them how to play the game which is similar to Bingo. Registration is not required to play. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/37jFyq2.

Lunch n’ Learn Gardening Class is set for noon Wednesday over Zoom. Adults age 18 and older can join Alison O’Connor from Larimer County Extension to learn about different types of irrigation for vegetable gardens, lawn and landscape beds. Registration is required to view the program. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3JeHnlE.

The Teen Advisory Board is scheduled to meet at 4:30 pm Wednesday at the library, 300 N. Adams Ave. The group welcomes teens in middle and high schools to help design programs, provide input and suggestions to library staff and be a part of developing the library’s young adult collection. Registration is not required to attend. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/37jGmv4.

Parents and guardians of children ages 0-5 years are invited to attend the Bilingual Storytime at 11 am Thursday at the library. Miss Claudeth will provide stories, music, plays and more for children in both English and Spanish. Registration is not required to participate in the program. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3j9fbGk.

Adults can expand their knowledge of Excel at the library’s Excel 201 class at 2 pm Thursday in the iLearn Classroom at 300 N. Adams Ave. The class will discuss function terminology, basic concepts, using cell references, basic functions and more. The class is open to adults age 18 and older and registration is required. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3ucwc8P.

What a Hoot! Presented by A Nature’s Educator is scheduled for 1 pm Friday in the Gertrude Scott Meeting Room at 300 N. Adams Ave. The program is designed for children in kindergarten and older and will explore the world of owls. Attendees will have a chance to meet some live owls and learn about their personal stories. Registration is not required to attend. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3JeInGq.

Kids of all ages are invited to the library for Kids’ Tech Afternoon at 2 pm Friday at 300 N. Adams Ave. Attendees can use the library’s collection of robots, Osmo and other technology. Registration is not required to attend. For more information, go to https://bit.ly/3DLAcQw.

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