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Southern Colorado Astronomical Society: Messier Objects and Astrophotography March 21, 6:30 p.m., Rawlings - Brett Kelly B
Are you interested in learning about Messier objects and how to photograph them? Would you be interested in attending a "Messier Marathon," the goal of which is to view all 110 such objects in a single night? If so, please plan to attend the free Southern Colorado Astronomical Society (SCAS) presentation. In addition to the above program, there will be a general discussion regarding astrophotography techniques. The public is welcome, as always.
Didges, Drums and Dancing
Tuesday, March 26, 6:30 p.m., Rawlings
All ages. Participate in percussion experience during this community drumming circle. Bring your friends and your favorite instrument. There will be extra instruments to play.
Looking for Something to do on Fridays during the school year? Head to Rawlings, Barkman or Lucero Library for some fun!
Dumbo Party Join us to celebrate Dumbo with fun circus crafts and activities! RA - Friday, March 22, 2-4 p.m., Rawlings Youth Program Room (1st FL) LB - Saturday, March 23, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Lamb Meeting Room (Lower Level) GHV-Friday, March 8th, 2pm, Charles Burns Community Room BK-Friday, March 15th, 2-3 p.m., Barkman Meeting Room PW - Saturday, March 23, 3-5 p.m., PW Teller's Room LU - Thursday, March 28th, 4:30-5:30 pm, Lucero Large Community Room GI- Friday, March 15th, 11 a.m.-12 p.m., Giodone Large Community Room.
Maker Mania: Learn about Owls - Join the Nature and Wildlife Discover Center to learn about owls and their life cycles- and meet a few in person!
March 29, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Rawlings Library
Chess Hangout Interested in learning chess? Already a grand master and want to further develop your skills? Come and hangout to play chess. Fridays, PW, 5:30 p.m.
Dungeons & Dragons - Dungeons and Dragons available for tween and teen players. No experience necessary.
March 29, 1-3 p.m. Rawlings Library
Make a Fairy Garden - March 21, 4 p.m., Greenhorn Valley Library
Tween. Visit the library and go home with a fairy garden! We will provide all the tools and materials for you to build a magical mini-garden of your very own. Ages 8-12. Drop-in any time. No registration required.
American Sign Language for Beginners Learn American Sign Language from ADA Advocate Dale Buterbaugh. Increase your knowledge to communicate with others. This class is not for ASL Certification.
Saturdays, 12-2 p.m. - Rawlings Library
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
Free income tax E-filing for households with an annual income of $55,000 or below. Locations are staffed by IRS-certified volunteers who prepare and E-file federal and state income taxes. See locations and times here.
Join the The Greenhorn Valley Literary Club at the Library to discuss books, share insights, and yummy treats! March: The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett. March 27, 1-3 p.m.
The History Round Table: Last Friday of the month. 6:30p.m. PW Library An open forum for discussion with a different historical topic each month. Participants may read any book(s) related to the topic and bring their knowledge and opinions with them. March: The Roman Empire
Genealogy - Everything you need to research your family tree.
Hispanic Resource Center - The mission of the Hispanic Resource Center at the Rawlings Library is to provide services, activities and free resources for both Spanish and English speakers.
The Vault at the Archives - Pueblo's best kept secret. Find old books, newspapers, journals, yearbooks, photos etc.
Homework Help - Homework resources for students from K - 12 and even beyond.
Teacher Assignmnet Assistance - Teachers, when you have an upcoming assignment and need a hand gathering lesson information, let us help!
Book a Library Visit- Customize a field trip for your students to the library. Attend a storytime, tour the building, browse for material, do databse training, watch a movie, you name it!
Homeschool Hub - Welcome Homeschoolers! This is your place to find the many resources PCCLD has to offer.
Contests and Awards - Activities for students to enter to win prizes.
Adult Literacy Center - Reading and spelling skills are the keys to unlocking your potential! Our friendly staff and volunteer tutors create a supportive environment that encourages growth, achievement and success.
Book Clubs - Thinking about starting a book club or wanting to join one? We've got some ideas for you.
Homebound - The Homebound Program provides free temporary or permanent library service to Pueblo County residents who are confined to their home or care facility.
Obituary Index - Make any geneaolgy project complete with a search of our databse of Pueblo obituaries.