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Olmec-Ancient Americans or Star Beings with Eduardo Griego -Wednesday, May 29, 6-8 p.m., RA, Ryals Room-4th floor
Who created writing, the number system, and the most accurate calendar system ever created in the Americas? Was it the Maya or ancient people who lived in Mesoamerica as far back as 5000 years ago? This presentation will discuss how the Olmecs lived and flourished and built the largest pyramid known to exist in the world, in Cholula, Mexico. They are known as one of the oldest civilizations in the world. More info.
Frozen to the Cabin Floor; Baby Doe Tabor - Thursday, May 30, 6:30-8:30 p.m., RA, Ryals Room-4th floor
Presentation by Tracy Beach on her Baby Doe Tabor biography, Frozen to the Cabin Floor, with artifacts. Tracy Beach is the author of My Life as a Whore: The Biography of Madam Laura Evens 1871-1953, and The Tunnels Under Our Feet: Colorado's Forgotten Hollow Sidewalks.
Exhibit: Backyard Wilderness Display - May 7-31, RA, InfoZone Lobby-4th floor.
Interactive exhibit allows children to go on a scavenger hunt and learn the basics of scientific exploration and observation.
Avengers Party - Join us to celebrate the Avengers with crafts and games.
Saturday, May 4, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., RA
Friday, May 10, 2 p.m., GH
Friday, May 10, 3-5 p.m., PW
Friday, May 17, 2 p.m., BK
Saturday, May 18, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., LB
Friday, May 24, 11 a.m.-12 p.m., GI
Thursday, May 23, 4:30 p.m. LU
History Hullabaloo: World War II - Tuesday, May 21, 4 p.m., PW. Join the crew of young historians.Explore different times in history with stories, crafts and costumes.
Fun Fridays: Looking for Something to do on Fridays during the school year? Head to Rawlings, Barkman or Lucero Library for some fun!
Service Dogs - May 31, 10 a.m.,Barkman Library. Learn about and visit with service animals from certified trainer Samantha Klotz! Snacks provided.
Maker Mania: 4 p.m. RA, Idea Factory-2nd floor
May 3 : We Are FARMily
All ages and their families welcome. Join We Are FARMily, a local teaching farm, to learn about what pollinators are, the role they play in the food chain, and how to help and protect them.
May 10: Harry Potter
All ages and their families welcome. Celebrate your love of all things Harry Potter with these fun crafts. Supplies provided.
May 17: Learn Woodburning
Ages 6 and up. Experience the art of woodburning. Supplies provided.
May 24: Mario Kart and Pizza
Ages 4-12. Much on pizza while you challenge your friends at Mario Kart!
May 31: Raptors! (RA,Bret Kelly A-1st floor)
All ages and their families welcome. Learn about raptors and their life cycles with the Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center.
Lucero Crafts - 4:30 p.m., LU
May 1: Rope People
May 8: Macrame Basics
May 9: Perler Beads
May 16: Rubber Band Bracelets
May 29: Paracord
May 30: Perler Beads
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
Gardening Community Seed Exchange
Saturday, May 25, 9:30-11:30 a.m., RA, Thurston Room 1st floor
Join members of the Colorado Master Gardeners for this community seed exchange and learn about starting seeds indoors. All seed donations welcome. Free and open to the public.
Bottled Butterflies - Thursday, May 23, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Lucero Library
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Ages 18 and up. Make butterflies.
Felted Jewelry- Thursday, May 23, 2-4 p.m., Lamb Library
Ages 18 and up. Create bespoke jewelry with hand-rolled felted beads.
Learn To Play The Guitar
May 8 and 22, 7 p.m., RA, Thurston Room-1st floor
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Join Chris Lopez and Thad Stelter for a five session, introductory guitar course. Will learn basic guitar chords and technique. Bring your own guitar and be ready to jam!
Southeastern Colorado Genealogical Society
Wednesday, May 29, 5-7 p.m., RA, Training Room-3rd floor
Instructor: Noreen Riffe, Focus: Finding Lineage
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.