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Phone-a-Story 970-829-1301
Sunday, September, 27
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Everybody loves a good story, and now you can call in 24/7 to enjoy one whenever you're in the mood! Phone-a-Story features a new story, song, or rhyme in English and Spanish each week, and you can call in and listen as many times as you want.  Just phone in to 970-829-1301 anytime and follow the directions.

For a story in English, press 1
For a story in Spanish, press 2


1-2-3 Brain Break - "ART-ober" launch
Monday, September, 28
10:00 AM - 10:10 AM

You may have heard of Brain Breaks from your child or your child's teacher. These are short activities, often only 1-3 minutes long, that help kids get ready to learn or refocus on the task at hand. Every Monday morning we'll share some fun, brain-boosting activities that you and your kids can do throughout the week or that may inspire you to develop some of your own. 


Art supports mental health and today we introduce you to "Art-ober". Read up on fun activities to do together or individually that bring out your inner artist. Check out the Art-ober blog throughout October!


Enjoy a fun, brain-boosting break today at blog.poudrelibraries.org



Hora del cuento virtual en español
Tuesday, September, 29
10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

¡Disfruta de la hora del cuento desde la comodidad de tu casa!

Enlace al vídeo: https://youtu.be/dK0RrdICS9E 

Acompaña al personal de la biblioteca a escuchar historias en español, las cuales también encontrarás disponibles en nuestra colección física o digital.

Todos los martes en el canal de YouTube de nuestra biblioteca.


SNAP Assistance
Tuesday, September, 29
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Do you need help paying for your monthly groceries? The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can help you put food on the table. Receive one on one help with applying for food stamps, all information is kept confidential and all services are free. Already receiving SNAP? We can help you with your Recertifications, Redeterminations or Changes Reports. We speak Spanish!

Register here and Daysi will give you a call between 11am and 12pm on the Tuesday you're signed up for.

¿Necesita ayuda para pagar su despensa mensual? El Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria (SNAP por sus siglas en inglés) puede ayudarlo a proveer alimentos en su hogar. Reciba ayuda personalizada para solicitar cupones de alimentos (food stamps); toda la información es confidencial y todos los servicios son gratuitos. ¿Ya está recibiendo SNAP? Podemos ayudarlo con sus recertificaciones, resoluciones o reportes de cambios. ¡Hablamos español! 

Regístrese aquí y Daysi lo llamará entre las 11 a.m. y las 12 p.m. el martes en el que se haya registrado. 

Register Online

Book-a-Children's Librarian Appointment
Tuesday, September, 29
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Parents and caregivers, we know this school year is challenging, but we've got your back! Schedule a personal appointment with one of our children's librarians for advice and suggestions about library resources and services that support your child's education while schooling at home or any other learning situation. 

When you register for a 15-minutes Zoom appointment, you'll receive an email with a login link. Whether you're looking for sources to support a 5th grade biography assignment, book suggestions for your new 1st grade reader, or a fun book for your 3rd grader, we're ready to support you. Let us know how we can help!

Virtual appointments will be available Tuesday afternoons from September 8 - December 15. But if using Zoom isn't your style, our email reference service is always open. Just send a note to us at Ask-a-Librarian, and you'll get a response from a librarian within 24 hours.



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Intergenerational Pen Pals Sign Up Ends
Wednesday, September, 30
9:00 AM - 9:15 PM
Poudre River Public Library District,

We are bringing back the old school way of socializing from a distance: pen pals!  Teens (12 to 18) and adults (65 and older) are invited to sign-up to become pen pals.  Just fill out the questionnaire and we'll match you up with a pen pal that's an adult if you're a teen, or a teen if you're an adult.  You'll get stamps for three letters, suggestions for writing prompts, and hopefully a new friend. 

The application will be available from September 15 to 30 at https://read.poudrelibraries.org/contact/penpals/


Code for Fort Collins
Thursday, October, 1
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Code for Fort Collins is a volunteer organization who develops technology-driven solutions to challenges faced by charities, government agencies, and other groups within the city. Join them online (https://meet.google.com/hsm-yqok-bcg) on the first and third Thursday of the month where you can apply both coding and non-coding skills in different community projects. You can find out more information about Code for Fort Collins at http://codeforfoco.org/about/.

Conversations in English
Thursday, October, 1
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Speak, listen, connect, and learn. Conversations build community at Old Town Library. "Conversations in English" offers a friendly, informal setting for English language learners to practice their English and connect with others. A volunteer facilitator, who is a native-English speaker, guides conversations on relevant, every day topics like family, work, school, sports, and daily life. Participants can also suggest topics to discuss. For adults. All levels of experience and ability are welcome. Registered participants will receive a link to the Zoom meeting by email.
Register Online

Bedtime Stories: An Evening Storytime
Thursday, October, 1
7:00 PM - 7:15 PM

Tune in for a fun set of bedtime stories with storytime staff from Poudre River Public Library District! Stay at home in your pajamas, snuggle up with your favorite stuffed animal or blanket and enjoy this family time with us. 

Link to video: https://youtu.be/Xus_SQ5gcKs


Study Break: Make Some Art
Friday, October, 2
10:00 AM - 10:05 AM

Creating art is a great way to refresh your thoughts and let your mind wander - away from the screen - when you need a break from schoolwork.  And October is full of all kinds of great art prompts and challenges, so it's a great month to start making a habit of making art!  We'll give you the rundown on all of this, plus free resources and suggestions on how to make art out of supplies you already have.

Check out the website for all this, and more.


Study Tip: How to Survive Virtual School
Friday, October, 2
10:00 AM - 10:05 AM

Every Friday the Teen Librarians will be providing study tips to help you make it through this crazy school year.

This week Jenny will give you tips on how to stay focused and healthy while in a virtual classroom.  You can check all this out on the Tween webpage.


Free, Virtual Legal Clinic
Friday, October, 2
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

**First come, first served** Participants can have a short appointment with an attorney via phone call. This is a free service for people without attorney. Volunteer attorneys will answer questions, help fill out forms, and explain the process and procedure for the legal issues in the areas of family law, civil litigation, property law, probate law, collections, appeals, landlord-tenant law, veteran's benefits, and civil protection orders. To sign up, call 970-372-0642 starting 2 weeks before the session and leave a message. The first 6 callers will get a spot and the lawyer will contact them during the program.

Researching Your Genealogy on the Internet, Creating Your Family Tree.
Saturday, October, 3
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Researching Your Genealogy on the Internet is presented by Bob Larson, instructor for Larimer County Genealogical Society. This is a FREE three hour class comprised of one and ½ hours using four Internet databases including Ancestry's Library Edition, MyHeritage, and FamilySearch. Bob will provide information on accessing the databases, how to use the databases in researching your ancestors, how to save the genealogy records for future use, how to build a family tree, and how to use the three popular message boards.

After the presentation, the society genealogists will be available for 1 ½ hours to assist the participants in researching their ancestors. Please bring your ancestry notes and charts on your ancestors that you need help by our genealogists. If you're new to genealogy, please bring your ancestry notes on birth, marriage, and death of your parents and grandparents if applicable.

A folder with more information on the four databases, other popular genealogy databases, and Larimer County Genealogical Society is included. These will be emailed to you once you've registered below.


Register online here: https://www.lcgsco.org/events/researching-your-genealogy-on-the-internet-creating-your-family-tree-instructor-bob-larson/



Saturday Storytime
Saturday, October, 3
10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Enjoy library storytimes at home! Library storytime staff share virtual storytime activities, songs, rhymes and read-alouds at 10:00 AM every Saturday.


Adolescentes, comida, cultura e identidad: prepara polvorones tricolor / Teens, food, culture, and identity: bake tri-colored polvorones
Saturday, October, 3
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Únete a la celebración del Mes de la Herencia Hispana y Latinx en esta conversación bilingüe sobre comida, cultura e identidad mientras aprendes a preparar estas icónicas galletas mexicanas: polvorones tricolor. El reconocido panadero Eliceo Lara, facilitará esta conversación mientras te dará la clase desde su cocina en la Ciudad de México.

Los participantes deberán proporcionar sus propios ingredientes y herramientas, y tener acceso a un horno.

Para adolescentes de 13 a 19 años. Cupo limitado. Regístrate para recibir la lista de ingredientes y el enlace de zoom.

Sábado 3 de octubre     

Saturday October 3rd                  

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM          Zoom 


Join Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month celebration in this conversation on food, culture and identity while you learn how to prepare this traditional Mexican cookies: polvorones tricolor. Renowned baker, Eliceo Lara, will lead this bilingual conversation while teaching from his kitchen in Mexico City.

Participants must provide their own ingredients and tools, and have access to an oven.

For teens 13-19 years old. Space is limited. Sign up to receive the list of ingredients and the zoom link.


Rinde 16 piezas

HERRAMIENTAS:

·         1 charola para hornear

·         Papel encerado para hornear

·         Raspa (si no tienes esta herramienta para cortar masa, puedes usar un cuchillo afilado grande)

·         Batidora de mano o pedestal

·         Un tazón grande

 

INGREDIENTES:

·         140 g (10 cucharadas) mantequilla a temperatura ambiente

·         140 g (10 cucharadas) manteca vegetal (Crisco) a temperatura ambiente

·         280 g (2 + 1/4 tazas) azúcar glass

·         4 g (1 cucharadita) extracto de vainilla

·         330 g (2 + 2/3 tazas) harina de todo uso (all purpose flour)

·         Colorante alimentario amarillo y rosa (de preferencia en gel)

 

Yield 16 pieces

TOOLS:

·         1 baking sheet

·         Parchment paper

·         Bench scraper (if not available, a big sharp knife can be used)

·         Hand mixer or stand mixer

·         Mixing bowl

INGREDIENTS:

·         140 g (10 tablespoons) butter, room temperature

·         140 g (10 tablespoons) vegetable shortening (Crisco), room temperature

·         280 g (2 + 1/4 cups) powdered sugar (confectioner's sugar)

·         4 g (1 teaspoons) vanilla extract

·         330 g (2 + 2/3 cups) all-purpose flour

·         Yellow and pink food coloring (preferably gel)

      

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Phone-a-Story 970-829-1301
Sunday, October, 4
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Everybody loves a good story, and now you can call in 24/7 to enjoy one whenever you're in the mood! Phone-a-Story features a new story, song, or rhyme in English and Spanish each week, and you can call in and listen as many times as you want.  Just phone in to 970-829-1301 anytime and follow the directions.

For a story in English, press 1
For a story in Spanish, press 2


1-2-3 Brain Break - Voting Fun!
Monday, October, 5
10:00 AM - 10:10 AM

It is Voter Registration Week and have some fun learning all about it with kid focused learning activities! Also come to the pretend "voting" booths at Council Tree from October 19-November 2 to vote on which snack you think should win!


You may have heard of Brain Breaks from your child or your child's teacher. These are short activities, often only 1-3 minutes long, that help kids get ready to learn or refocus on the task at hand. Every Monday morning we'll share some fun, brain-boosting activities that you and your kids can do throughout the week or that may inspire you to develop some of your own. 


Enjoy a fun, brain-boosting break today at blog.poudrelibraries.org



"ART-ober" Fun! - Weekly Challenge #1
Monday, October, 5
3:00 PM - 3:10 PM

Create and design your own bookmark and also stop by Council Tree Library for a take and make bookmark project!


For ART-ober we are highlighting weekly art-focused activities! These can be as short as 10-15 minutes, or if you have the time/are enjoying yourselves extend it! The goal is to change things up a little and encourage creativity. Art can help us relax and feel accomplished, and can be a good way to have some balance. The benefits apply to all ages, so feel free to join in on the fun and do the activity together! 


How are your art projects going? Check in for more fun and what to create during "ART-ober" at blog.poudrelibraries.org.



Hora del cuento virtual en español
Tuesday, October, 6
10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

¡Disfruta de la hora del cuento desde la comodidad de tu casa!

Acompaña al personal de la biblioteca a escuchar historias en español, las cuales también encontrarás disponibles en nuestra colección física o digital.

Todos los martes en el canal de YouTube de nuestra biblioteca.


SNAP Assistance
Tuesday, October, 6
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Do you need help paying for your monthly groceries? The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can help you put food on the table. Receive one on one help with applying for food stamps, all information is kept confidential and all services are free. Already receiving SNAP? We can help you with your Recertifications, Redeterminations or Changes Reports. We speak Spanish!

Register here and Daysi will give you a call between 11am and 12pm on the Tuesday you're signed up for.

¿Necesita ayuda para pagar su despensa mensual? El Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria (SNAP por sus siglas en inglés) puede ayudarlo a proveer alimentos en su hogar. Reciba ayuda personalizada para solicitar cupones de alimentos (food stamps); toda la información es confidencial y todos los servicios son gratuitos. ¿Ya está recibiendo SNAP? Podemos ayudarlo con sus recertificaciones, resoluciones o reportes de cambios. ¡Hablamos español! 

Regístrese aquí y Daysi lo llamará entre las 11 a.m. y las 12 p.m. el martes en el que se haya registrado. 

Register Online

Book-a-Children's Librarian Appointment
Tuesday, October, 6
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Parents and caregivers, we know this school year is challenging, but we've got your back! Schedule a personal appointment with one of our children's librarians for advice and suggestions about library resources and services that support your child's education while schooling at home or any other learning situation. 

When you register for a 15-minutes Zoom appointment, you'll receive an email with a login link. Whether you're looking for sources to support a 5th grade biography assignment, book suggestions for your new 1st grade reader, or a fun book for your 3rd grader, we're ready to support you. Let us know how we can help!

Virtual appointments will be available Tuesday afternoons from September 8 - December 15. But if using Zoom isn't your style, our email reference service is always open. Just send a note to us at Ask-a-Librarian, and you'll get a response from a librarian within 24 hours.



Register Online

Teen Council
Tuesday, October, 6
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Calling all teens in grades 6-12! Are you interested in making a difference in your library and community? If so, the Teen Council is the place for you! We'll meet once a month to plan fun programs, help shape the teen collection, discover exciting volunteer opportunities and more. Join us at our monthly Zoom meeting to share your great ideas! Registration is required with an email address to receive a meeting invitation.
Register Online

Virtual: Medicare Options
Tuesday, October, 6
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

MEDICARE OPTIONS

New to Medicare, need a refresher, or are you learning for yourself or a loved one? Join us to learn about the four Medicare parts, Supplement insurance, and more.  Whatever your situation, this class will help you understand Medicare and your choices.  Taught by Robin Hastings of United Healthcare.

This class is part of the Money Matters series which is a partnership between Libraries and Credit Unions across the Front Range.   

Register in advance for this webinar using the link below

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_6U9xbQhJT0aLnhvfsQpNUg

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

This event will be held on Zoom and is in partnership with Rocky Mountain Chapter of Credit Unions.



Great Decisions Zoom Meeting -- Topic 7: The Philippines and the U.S.
Tuesday, October, 6
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

An online discussion of governments and policies around the world; join us in a zoom 'living room' to talk about world events that impact the United States. Meeting information will be provided by email to registered participants. The Philippines has had a special relationship with the United States since the islands were ceded by Spain to the United States after the Spanish-American War at the end of the 19th century.  However, since the election of Rodrigo Duterte, the country has pivoted more toward China, and away from the U.S. Duterte has also launched a large scale war on drugs that many criticize for its brutality. What does the future hold for U.S, relations with the Philippines? *A limited number of 2020 booklets have already been distributed for the year. Participants are still welcome to join in the discussion without the booklet. There will be a short informational video available to everyone.*

Based on the Foreign Policy Association program information and mediated by a volunteer facilitator. More about the Foreign Policy Association program is at http://www.fpa.org/great_decisions/.
Register Online

Avoiding Fake News : A Battle Plan for Accurate Online Information
Thursday, October, 8
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM


Fake news is no longer a matter of the occasional hoax. Learn how to identify fake news and media misinformation, so you can evaluate the accuracy and reliability of news sources, photographs, and other sources of online information.

Please register online and the zoom link will be emailed to you.
Register Online

Conversations in English
Thursday, October, 8
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Speak, listen, connect, and learn. Conversations build community at Old Town Library. "Conversations in English" offers a friendly, informal setting for English language learners to practice their English and connect with others. A volunteer facilitator, who is a native-English speaker, guides conversations on relevant, every day topics like family, work, school, sports, and daily life. Participants can also suggest topics to discuss. For adults. All levels of experience and ability are welcome. Registered participants will receive a link to the Zoom meeting by email.
Register Online

Bedtime Stories: An Evening Storytime
Thursday, October, 8
7:00 PM - 7:15 PM

Tune in for a fun set of bedtime stories with storytime staff from Poudre River Public Library District! Stay at home in your pajamas, snuggle up with your favorite stuffed animal or blanket and enjoy this family time with us. 



Study Tip: Time Management
Friday, October, 9
10:00 AM - 10:05 AM

Every Friday the Teen Librarians will be providing study tips to help you make it through this crazy school year.

This week Jenny will share resources and suggestions to help you organize your study time when you aren't in class.  She'll also talk about how to organize the rest of your day so that you'll be ready to learn when you are in class. Check out the Twen webpage for all this, and more.


FoCo Book Fest Writing Workshop: Kid in a Candy Store: Finding Your Sweet Spot in Children's Books
Friday, October, 9
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Registration required. Please register with Northern Colorado Writers for this Fort Collins Book Fest virtual workshop.

When people hear "children's book," they usually think of picture books like Goodnight, Moon or Where the Wild Things Are. But there is so much more to explore! In this session, you'll get a taste of everything from picture books to early readers, chapter books and books for middle grade readers. Through discussion and exercises, you just might discover your children's book writing sweet spot!

Presenter: Denise Vega. Presented by Fort Collins Book Fest and Northern Colorado Writers.


Saturday Storytime
Saturday, October, 10
10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Enjoy library storytimes at home! Library storytime staff share virtual storytime activities, songs, rhymes and read-alouds at 10:00 AM every Saturday.

Link to video: https://youtu.be/ViPWlHAbaWc


FoCo Book Fest Writing Workshop: All About the Middle - Writing for the Middle Grade Audience
Saturday, October, 10
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Registration required. Please register with Northern Colorado Writers for this Fort Collins Book Fest virtual workshop.

Middle grade novels are all about heart, voice, character and answering the questions young readers are searching for. During this workshop, we will explore the essential elements surrounding and running through captivating middle grade stories including character arc, setting, plot turns, and voice to find the heart of the middle grade story audiences are searching for.

Presenter: Leah Henderson. This workshop is presented in partnership with Northern Colorado Writers.


Phone-a-Story 970-829-1301
Sunday, October, 11
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Everybody loves a good story, and now you can call in 24/7 to enjoy one whenever you're in the mood! Phone-a-Story features a new story, song, or rhyme in English and Spanish each week, and you can call in and listen as many times as you want.  Just phone in to 970-829-1301 anytime and follow the directions.

For a story in English, press 1
For a story in Spanish, press 2


1-2-3 Brain Break
Monday, October, 12
10:00 AM - 10:10 AM

You may have heard of Brain Breaks from your child or your child's teacher. These are short activities, often only 1-3 minutes long, that help kids get ready to learn or refocus on the task at hand. Every Monday morning we'll share some fun, brain-boosting activities that you and your kids can do throughout the week or that may inspire you to develop some of your own. 


Enjoy a fun, brain-boosting break today at blog.poudrelibraries.org



One Book Colorado - a book for every 4 year old
Monday, October, 12
1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Winner announced today and book reading!

Celebrate the winning book of One Book Colorado: A Book for Every 4 Year Old!

Four-year-old kids and their families are invited to listen to a special reading in English and also in Spanish by County Commissioner for District 1, John Kefalas!

We celebrate this 9th year which the Colorado Department of Education, the Colorado State Library,  and other partners give 75,000 copies of the winning title to 4 year old children all across Colorado. Read all about it: https://www.onebookcolorado.org/. 

Simply stop by Council Tree, Harmony, or Old Town Library for a FREE copy of the winning title between October 13-25. No registration required!


"ART-ober" Fun! - Weekly Challenge #2
Monday, October, 12
3:00 PM - 3:10 PM

Zentangle! Explore artistic meditation by doing the relaxing motions of Zentangle.


For ART-ober we are highlighting weekly art-focused activities! These can be as short as 10-15 minutes, or if you have the time/are enjoying yourselves extend it! The goal is to change things up a little and encourage creativity. Art can help us relax and feel accomplished, and can be a good way to have some balance. The benefits apply to all ages, so feel free to join in on the fun and do the activity together! 


How are your art projects going? Check in for more fun and what to create during "ART-ober" at blog.poudrelibraries.org.



The Science of Reading
Monday, October, 12
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Schooling at Home? Interested in the science of reading? Did you know that October is National Dyslexia Awareness Month? Listen to an engaging and thought provoking presentation by Andrea Klemme, Teacher Librarian, Structured Literacy Interventionist, and Dyslexic Therapist as she shares her expertise.

Click this link to join the webinar and come with questions to add to the chat - Link to Zoom webinar

Discover what neuroscientists and education researchers know about the brain and how we learn to read. We will take a deeper dive into phonological processing, phonological awareness and phonemic awareness and the roles they play for both good and poor readers. Attendees will also understand what structured literacy is and why its a must for dyslexic students but, in fact, benefits all students. Engage in activities to see how your own phonological skills stack up and how much you really know about the structure of the English language!

Andrea is a Digital Teacher Librarian and Literacy Interventionist at Excel Academy in Arvada. Andrea is also a dyslexia therapist in Louisville. As a teacher-librarian, Andrea specializes in information literacy instruction for K-8 students based on reading models of effective reading instruction. Andrea is recognized by the International Dyslexia Association as a Structured Literacy Specialist and by the Academic Language Therapy Association as a Certified Academic Language Therapist. Andrea has a Masters degree in Library and Information Science from Kent State University and a Masters of Arts Teaching - Literacy Intervention from Colorado College as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from CU-Boulder.



Hora del cuento virtual en español
Tuesday, October, 13
10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

¡Disfruta de la hora del cuento desde la comodidad de tu casa!

Acompaña al personal de la biblioteca a escuchar historias en español, las cuales también encontrarás disponibles en nuestra colección física o digital.

Todos los martes en el canal de YouTube de nuestra biblioteca.


SNAP Assistance
Tuesday, October, 13
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Do you need help paying for your monthly groceries? The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can help you put food on the table. Receive one on one help with applying for food stamps, all information is kept confidential and all services are free. Already receiving SNAP? We can help you with your Recertifications, Redeterminations or Changes Reports. We speak Spanish!

Register here and Daysi will give you a call between 11am and 12pm on the Tuesday you're signed up for.

¿Necesita ayuda para pagar su despensa mensual? El Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria (SNAP por sus siglas en inglés) puede ayudarlo a proveer alimentos en su hogar. Reciba ayuda personalizada para solicitar cupones de alimentos (food stamps); toda la información es confidencial y todos los servicios son gratuitos. ¿Ya está recibiendo SNAP? Podemos ayudarlo con sus recertificaciones, resoluciones o reportes de cambios. ¡Hablamos español! 

Regístrese aquí y Daysi lo llamará entre las 11 a.m. y las 12 p.m. el martes en el que se haya registrado. 

Register Online

Book-a-Children's Librarian Appointment
Tuesday, October, 13
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Parents and caregivers, we know this school year is challenging, but we've got your back! Schedule a personal appointment with one of our children's librarians for advice and suggestions about library resources and services that support your child's education while schooling at home or any other learning situation. 

When you register for a 15-minutes Zoom appointment, you'll receive an email with a login link. Whether you're looking for sources to support a 5th grade biography assignment, book suggestions for your new 1st grade reader, or a fun book for your 3rd grader, we're ready to support you. Let us know how we can help!

Virtual appointments will be available Tuesday afternoons from September 8 - December 15. But if using Zoom isn't your style, our email reference service is always open. Just send a note to us at Ask-a-Librarian, and you'll get a response from a librarian within 24 hours.



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International Night Zoom Presentation - Mongolia
Tuesday, October, 13
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Our volunteer speaker will recount his 2019 travels to Outer Mongolia, including the Gobi Desert and the Altai Mountains. This program will be offered through Zoom. Meeting information will be provided by email to registered participants. 

Trip highlights include dinosaur eggs, the eagle huntress and Mongol culture, plus the Naadam festival. This land-locked country, slightly smaller than Alaska, is one of the least densely populated countries in the world.  Approximately half of the people are nomads tending their flocks of bactrian camels, horses, sheep, and goats and living in easily transportable felt-covered dwellings called gers (very similar to yurts in other parts of Asia). The country is bordered on the north by Russia and on the south by China and so is highly influenced by those two countries. 

Please join the Fort Collins International Center (FCIC), a 501c3 nonprofit, and the Poudre River Public Library District for International Night at the Library program. The program presents a different country or region from around the world each month. All the speakers are volunteers who wish to share their experiences/ cultures with the Fort Collins community. If you are interested in presenting at this program, please contact Mark Oberschmidt at moberschmidt@gmail.com to volunteer. For more information about FCIC please visit www.fortcollinsinternationalcenter.org

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Election 2020: Ballot Initiative Presentations
Wednesday, October, 14
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Join the League of Women Voters Larimer County for this special presentation of the ballot initiatives you can expect to see during the 2020 General Election. This program will be recorded and made available after the event.

Registrants will be emailed a Zoom invitation shortly before the start of the event. 
Register Online

Code for Fort Collins
Thursday, October, 15
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Code for Fort Collins is a volunteer organization who develops technology-driven solutions to challenges faced by charities, government agencies, and other groups within the city. Join them online (https://meet.google.com/hsm-yqok-bcg) on the first and third Thursday of the month where you can apply both coding and non-coding skills in different community projects. You can find out more information about Code for Fort Collins at http://codeforfoco.org/about/.

Schooling at Home Series: Learning Outdoors
Thursday, October, 15
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Join this ZOOM webinar to discover how to integrate outdoor learning/movement into your school-at-home day.  Experts will give you tips, tricks and tools to help turn your outings into fun, interactive adventures.  This program is for caregivers.  Time will be allowed for Q & A, please bring your questions!

Conversations in English
Thursday, October, 15
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Speak, listen, connect, and learn. Conversations build community at Old Town Library. "Conversations in English" offers a friendly, informal setting for English language learners to practice their English and connect with others. A volunteer facilitator, who is a native-English speaker, guides conversations on relevant, every day topics like family, work, school, sports, and daily life. Participants can also suggest topics to discuss. For adults. All levels of experience and ability are welcome. Registered participants will receive a link to the Zoom meeting by email.
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Bedtime Stories: An Evening Storytime
Thursday, October, 15
7:00 PM - 7:15 PM

Tune in for a fun set of bedtime stories with storytime staff from Poudre River Public Library District! Stay at home in your pajamas, snuggle up with your favorite stuffed animal or blanket and enjoy this family time with us. 



Self Care Workshop
Thursday, October, 15
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Self-care is a vital aspect of caring for our mental health. Join us for this interactive workshop to learn why self-care matters, and how to create your own self-care plan and stick to it!

Presented by the Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County. For teens and young adults ages 16-25. Registration is required to receive a Zoom meeting invitation.

This is the first program in a new series aimed at older teens and young adults. Check back each month for a new topic!
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Study Tip: Teen Books for Tweens
Friday, October, 16
10:00 AM - 10:05 AM

Every Friday the Teen Librarians will be providing study tips to help you make it through this crazy school year.

Looking to make a leap into teen fiction? This week Miranda will be sharing some great crossover reads!

Tune in here to check out the video on the Poudre Libraries YouTube channel.


FoCo Book Fest Writing Workshop: Beyond Grammar - Finding your Unique Writing Voice
Friday, October, 16
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Registration required. Please register with Northern Colorado Writers for this Fort Collins Book Fest virtual workshop.

Often a writing style is confused with a writing voice. A writer's voice is as distinctive as their written signature. It's the writing ideas that come organically, it's their word choice, sentence structure and their personal worldview. In summary, it's how their personality shines through their writing. This craft seminar will help you discover and define your individual writing voice.

Presenter: Traci L. Jones.  This FoCo Book Fest workshop is presented in partnership with Northern Colorado Writers.


Study Break: Virtual Game Night for Tweens
Friday, October, 16
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Need some time to let loose and get a little silly? Take a study break with the library for a virtual Game Night! We'll meet up on Zoom to play Quiplash, Tee K.O., Drawful, and more! A second device (a smartphone or tablet) is recommended but not required to play. For those in grades 4-8. Registration is required to receive a Zoom meeting link and space is limited to 8 participants. Let the games begin! Register Online

A Primer on Using MyHeritage Database & Website
Saturday, October, 17
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

MyHeritage has rapidly risen in status among the "Big Four" Genealogy Research Sites (Ancestry, FamilySearch and FindMyPast) since its inception in 2003. Over the past five years, in particular, it has added many technological innovations to its web site. This presentation will provide an overview of the best and most frequently used features of MyHeritage and will also provide a short introduction to it's Personal Genealogy Software Program-Family Tree Builder. Family Tree Builder and MyHeritage work together like Family Tree Maker and Ancestry. MyHeritage has also developed a very effective set of tools for displaying and exploring your DNA data, for not only its own DNA tests; but, also, for data from other DNA testing companies. Incorporated into the presentation will be on-line demonstrations of many of MyHeritage's key features, and a comparison between the Home and Library Editions.

Register online here: https://www.lcgsco.org/events/a-primer-on-using-myheritage-database-website-2/


Saturday Storytime
Saturday, October, 17
10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Enjoy library storytimes at home! Library storytime staff share virtual storytime activities, songs, rhymes and read-alouds at 10:00 AM every Saturday.


FoCo Book Fest Writing Workshop: Writing to Heal
Saturday, October, 17
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Registration required. Please register with Northern Colorado Writers for this Fort Collins Book Fest virtual workshop.

As human beings we have undergone much historical, ancestral, and personal trauma. At times it can be difficult to process these traumas or soul wounds, but one way to cope and help make sense of these events is through art, writing, and words. Learning how to render your heart on the page is one of the most helpful skills one can possess because you'll always have that as a means of processing joys, hurts, or all that comes in between.This workshop will offer writing prompts to help you open up, but also teach some writing techniques to find light and a sense of belonging and acceptance in ourselves and communities in hopes of coming out with a better understanding of the human condition in regards to loving others and self-love.

Presenter: Tanaya Winder. This FoCo Book Fest workshop is presented in partnership with Northern Colorado Writers.


Teen Book Chat
Saturday, October, 17
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hooked on books? Mad for movies? Whatever your passion is, let's talk! Teen Book Chat meets monthly to discuss books (obvs!), but also to talk about other fun topics from music to movies to gaming. We also offer new ideas and provide much-welcomed teen feedback for the library staff. And, we're just getting started! Open to teens in grades 6-12. Grab a friend (virtually) and show up ready to chat with us on Zoom. Registration with an email address is required to receive a meeting invitation.
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Election 2020: Candidate Meet and Greet
Saturday, October, 17
2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Join the League of Women Voters Larimer County for a special meet and greet with local candidates. Participants will be added into Zoom rooms in small groups led by a LWV facilitator. The groups will get 15 minutes with each candidate to ask questions and get to know them. Candidates and other details will be added as they become available.

Registrants will be emailed a Zoom invitation shortly before the event. 
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Phone-a-Story 970-829-1301
Sunday, October, 18
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Everybody loves a good story, and now you can call in 24/7 to enjoy one whenever you're in the mood! Phone-a-Story features a new story, song, or rhyme in English and Spanish each week, and you can call in and listen as many times as you want.  Just phone in to 970-829-1301 anytime and follow the directions.

For a story in English, press 1
For a story in Spanish, press 2


1-2-3 Brain Break
Monday, October, 19
10:00 AM - 10:10 AM

You may have heard of Brain Breaks from your child or your child's teacher. These are short activities, often only 1-3 minutes long, that help kids get ready to learn or refocus on the task at hand. Every Monday morning we'll share some fun, brain-boosting activities that you and your kids can do throughout the week or that may inspire you to develop some of your own. 


Enjoy a fun, brain-boosting break today at blog.poudrelibraries.org



"ART-ober" Fun! - Weekly Challenge #3
Monday, October, 19
3:00 PM - 3:10 PM

Plot Twist! Use an unexpected surface,medium, or tool to make your art with inspiration from the Arts Education Coordinator from the Fort Collins Museum of Art, Elizabeth Morisette


For ART-ober we are highlighting weekly art-focused activities! These can be as short as 10-15 minutes, or if you have the time/are enjoying yourselves extend it! The goal is to change things up a little and encourage creativity. Art can help us relax and feel accomplished, and can be a good way to have some balance. The benefits apply to all ages, so feel free to join in on the fun and do the activity together! 


How are your art projects going? Check in for more fun and what to create during "ART-ober" at blog.poudrelibraries.org.



Hora del cuento virtual en español
Tuesday, October, 20
10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

¡Disfruta de la hora del cuento desde la comodidad de tu casa!

Acompaña al personal de la biblioteca a escuchar historias en español, las cuales también encontrarás disponibles en nuestra colección física o digital.

Todos los martes en el canal de YouTube de nuestra biblioteca.


SNAP Assistance
Tuesday, October, 20
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Do you need help paying for your monthly groceries? The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can help you put food on the table. Receive one on one help with applying for food stamps, all information is kept confidential and all services are free. Already receiving SNAP? We can help you with your Recertifications, Redeterminations or Changes Reports. We speak Spanish!

Register here and Daysi will give you a call between 11am and 12pm on the Tuesday you're signed up for.

¿Necesita ayuda para pagar su despensa mensual? El Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria (SNAP por sus siglas en inglés) puede ayudarlo a proveer alimentos en su hogar. Reciba ayuda personalizada para solicitar cupones de alimentos (food stamps); toda la información es confidencial y todos los servicios son gratuitos. ¿Ya está recibiendo SNAP? Podemos ayudarlo con sus recertificaciones, resoluciones o reportes de cambios. ¡Hablamos español! 

Regístrese aquí y Daysi lo llamará entre las 11 a.m. y las 12 p.m. el martes en el que se haya registrado. 

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Book-a-Children's Librarian Appointment
Tuesday, October, 20
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Parents and caregivers, we know this school year is challenging, but we've got your back! Schedule a personal appointment with one of our children's librarians for advice and suggestions about library resources and services that support your child's education while schooling at home or any other learning situation. 

When you register for a 15-minutes Zoom appointment, you'll receive an email with a login link. Whether you're looking for sources to support a 5th grade biography assignment, book suggestions for your new 1st grade reader, or a fun book for your 3rd grader, we're ready to support you. Let us know how we can help!

Virtual appointments will be available Tuesday afternoons from September 8 - December 15. But if using Zoom isn't your style, our email reference service is always open. Just send a note to us at Ask-a-Librarian, and you'll get a response from a librarian within 24 hours.



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Great Decisions Zoom Meeting -- Topic 8: Artificial Intelligence and Data
Tuesday, October, 20
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

An online discussion of governments and policies around the world; join us in a zoom 'living room' to talk about world events that impact the United States. Meeting information will be provided by email to registered participants. Policymakers in many countries are developing plans and funding research in artificial intelligence (AI). Global growth is slowing, and not surprisingly, many policymakers hope that AI will provide a magic solution. The EU, Brazil, and other Western countries have adopted regulations that grant users greater control over their data and require that firms using AI be transparent about how they use it. Will the U.S. follow suit?  *A limited number of 2020 booklets have already been distributed for the year. Participants are still welcome to join in the discussion without the booklet. There will be a short informational video available to everyone.*

Based on the Foreign Policy Association program information and mediated by a volunteer facilitator. More about the Foreign Policy Association program is at http://www.fpa.org/great_decisions/.
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Día de Muertos, ¿religión o tradición? / Day of the Dead, religion or tradition?
Tuesday, October, 20
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

En el Día de Muertos, las familias dan la bienvenida a las almas de sus difuntos para un breve reencuentro que incluye comida, bebida y celebración. Los familiares tratan a los difuntos como invitados de honor, y dejan sus comidas favoritas y otras ofrendas en las tumbas o en los altares construidos en sus hogares. Pero, ¿qué es el Día de Muertos?, ¿de dónde viene?, ¿quién puede celebrarlo?

Acompaña a la arqueóloga y antropóloga mexicana, Guadalupe Zetina Gutiérrez, cuya experiencia personal y profesional sobre el Día de Muertos le dará respuestas a estas y otras preguntas.

 

Gratuito y abierto al público de todas las edades. Contaremos con interpretación simultánea al inglés.

Link al webinar de Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82806592848?pwd=UWJjQjNSeG9GS0JMZWplS0dVaUZzdz09

Martes 20 de octubre                                   Tuesday October 20th

7:00-8:00 PM

On Day of the Dead, families welcome back the souls of their deceased relatives for a brief reunion that includes food, drink and celebration. The living family members treat the deceased as honored guests, and leave their favorite foods and other offerings at gravesites or on the ofrendas built in their homes. But, what's Day of the Dead? Where does it come from? Who can celebrate it?

Join Mexican Archaeologist and Anthropologist, Guadalupe Zetina Gutiérrez, whose personal and professional experience about Day of the Dead will give you answers to these and other questions.

Free and open to the public of all ages. Simultaneous interpretation to English available.

Link to the Zoom webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82806592848?pwd=UWJjQjNSeG9GS0JMZWplS0dVaUZzdz09



International Night Zoom Presentation - Mongolia
Thursday, October, 22
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Our volunteer speaker will recount his 2019 travels to Outer Mongolia, including the Gobi Desert and the Altai Mountains. This program will be offered through Zoom. Meeting information will be provided by email to registered participants. Trip highlights include dinosaur eggs, the eagle huntress and Mongol culture, plus the Naadam festival. This land-locked country, slightly smaller than Alaska, is one of the least densely populated countries in the world.  Approximately half of the people are nomads tending their flocks of bactrian camels, horses, sheep, and goats and living in easily transportable felt-covered dwellings called gers (very similar to yurts in other parts of Asia). The country is bordered on the north by Russia and on the south by China and so is highly influenced by those two countries. 

Please join the Fort Collins International Center (FCIC), a 501c3 nonprofit, and the Poudre River Public Library District for International Night at the Library program. The program presents a different country or region from around the world each month. All the speakers are volunteers who wish to share their experiences/ cultures with the Fort Collins community. If you are interested in presenting at this program, please contact Mark Oberschmidt at moberschmidt@gmail.com to volunteer. For more information about FCIC please visit www.fortcollinsinternationalcenter.org

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Conversations in English
Thursday, October, 22
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Speak, listen, connect, and learn. Conversations build community at Old Town Library. "Conversations in English" offers a friendly, informal setting for English language learners to practice their English and connect with others. A volunteer facilitator, who is a native-English speaker, guides conversations on relevant, every day topics like family, work, school, sports, and daily life. Participants can also suggest topics to discuss. For adults. All levels of experience and ability are welcome. Registered participants will receive a link to the Zoom meeting by email.
Register Online

Bedtime Stories: An Evening Storytime
Thursday, October, 22
7:00 PM - 7:15 PM

Tune in for a fun set of bedtime stories with storytime staff from Poudre River Public Library District! Stay at home in your pajamas, snuggle up with your favorite stuffed animal or blanket and enjoy this family time with us. 



Study Tip: What are Databases?
Friday, October, 23
10:00 AM - 10:05 AM

Every Friday the Teen Librarians will be providing study tips to help you make it through this crazy school year.

This week Jenny will explain how databases can make writing reports so much easier, especially while classes are all online. Check out the video on the Poudre Libraries' YouTube channel to find out why, and how to use them.


Study Break: Art-ober Check-in
Friday, October, 23
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Show off your Art-ober art, see what other tweens and teens have been up to, and pick up some new ideas to keep motivated.  We'll also have games and challenges to help you let loose after a long week of school.

This event will take place onr Zoom. You must register to receive the link, and registrants will be sent the link the day of the program.
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Intermediate Genealogy Part Two
Saturday, October, 24
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Now that you've looked at basic records such as the census and vital records, are you wondering what to do next?  Intermediate Genealogy Part Two will help you advance beyond these basic records. This Part Two class will teach you how to access and use the following records in depth: directories, land records, immigration, passenger, and naturalization records, court records, and lineage societies in depth. Learn new terms such as Gazeteer, grantor, grantee, metes & bounds, sections & acres, immigration ports, wills, probate process, testate, intestate, declaration of intent, final decrees, DNA testing, DAR, SAR, and other esoteric terms that tend to confuse novice record users and where to find these records.

This FREE, three-hour class will provide clues you've been looking for to take your family history to the next level. Plus we will review the databases available at Loveland Library and your home. Simple handouts will be available at the class plus the presentation slides will be emailed to you the day before the class. 

Recommended to have attended Introduction to Genealogy class if you are a beginner before attending this class.

Register online here: https://www.lcgsco.org/events/intermediate-genealogy-part-ii-with-bob-larson-3/



Saturday Storytime
Saturday, October, 24
10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Enjoy library storytimes at home! Library storytime staff share virtual storytime activities, songs, rhymes and read-alouds at 10:00 AM every Saturday.


Phone-a-Story 970-829-1301
Sunday, October, 25
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Everybody loves a good story, and now you can call in 24/7 to enjoy one whenever you're in the mood! Phone-a-Story features a new story, song, or rhyme in English and Spanish each week, and you can call in and listen as many times as you want.  Just phone in to 970-829-1301 anytime and follow the directions.

For a story in English, press 1
For a story in Spanish, press 2


1-2-3 Brain Break - Voting Fun Wrap Up
Monday, October, 26
10:00 AM - 10:10 AM

Enjoy listening to a reading of Grace for President by Kelly DiPucchio as voting season wraps up as well as check out activities that you can download and color!


You may have heard of Brain Breaks from your child or your child's teacher. These are short activities, often only 1-3 minutes long, that help kids get ready to learn or refocus on the task at hand. Every Monday morning we'll share some fun, brain-boosting activities that you and your kids can do throughout the week or that may inspire you to develop some of your own. 


Enjoy a fun, brain-boosting break today at blog.poudrelibraries.org



"ART-ober" Fun! - Weekly Challenge #4
Monday, October, 26
3:00 PM - 3:10 PM

Draw a book somewhere into your drawing!


For ART-ober we are highlighting weekly art-focused activities! These can be as short as 10-15 minutes, or if you have the time/are enjoying yourselves extend it! The goal is to change things up a little and encourage creativity. Art can help us relax and feel accomplished, and can be a good way to have some balance. The benefits apply to all ages, so feel free to join in on the fun and do the activity together! 


How are your art projects going? Check in for more fun and what to create during "ART-ober" at blog.poudrelibraries.org.



Old Town Virtual Book Club
Monday, October, 26
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Join us for the Old Town Virtual Book Club discussion of Rough Magic, written by Lara Prior-Palmer. Free and open to the public, but you must register with Zoom to receive an invitation. Once registered, you will receive the Zoom link, which will be sent the day before the event.  Register Online

Hora del cuento virtual en español
Tuesday, October, 27
10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

¡Disfruta de la hora del cuento desde la comodidad de tu casa!

Acompaña al personal de la biblioteca a escuchar historias en español, las cuales también encontrarás disponibles en nuestra colección física o digital.

Todos los martes en el canal de YouTube de nuestra biblioteca.


SNAP Assistance
Tuesday, October, 27
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Do you need help paying for your monthly groceries? The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can help you put food on the table. Receive one on one help with applying for food stamps, all information is kept confidential and all services are free. Already receiving SNAP? We can help you with your Recertifications, Redeterminations or Changes Reports. We speak Spanish!

Register here and Daysi will give you a call between 11am and 12pm on the Tuesday you're signed up for.

¿Necesita ayuda para pagar su despensa mensual? El Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria (SNAP por sus siglas en inglés) puede ayudarlo a proveer alimentos en su hogar. Reciba ayuda personalizada para solicitar cupones de alimentos (food stamps); toda la información es confidencial y todos los servicios son gratuitos. ¿Ya está recibiendo SNAP? Podemos ayudarlo con sus recertificaciones, resoluciones o reportes de cambios. ¡Hablamos español! 

Regístrese aquí y Daysi lo llamará entre las 11 a.m. y las 12 p.m. el martes en el que se haya registrado. 

Register Online

Book-a-Children's Librarian Appointment
Tuesday, October, 27
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Parents and caregivers, we know this school year is challenging, but we've got your back! Schedule a personal appointment with one of our children's librarians for advice and suggestions about library resources and services that support your child's education while schooling at home or any other learning situation. 

When you register for a 15-minutes Zoom appointment, you'll receive an email with a login link. Whether you're looking for sources to support a 5th grade biography assignment, book suggestions for your new 1st grade reader, or a fun book for your 3rd grader, we're ready to support you. Let us know how we can help!

Virtual appointments will be available Tuesday afternoons from September 8 - December 15. But if using Zoom isn't your style, our email reference service is always open. Just send a note to us at Ask-a-Librarian, and you'll get a response from a librarian within 24 hours.



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Orígenes y significados de los altares del Día de Muertos / Origins and meaning of the Day of the Dead altars
Tuesday, October, 27
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

En la actualidad, las ofrendas familiares o altares a los difuntos, son considerados una parte intrínseca de la tradición del Día de Muertos, que representa la fusión de dos cosmovisiones: la mesoamericana y la europea. Dicha tradición está protegida por la UNESCO como Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial.

Acompáñanos a esta presentación en español por la arqueóloga y antropóloga Guadalupe Zetina Gutiérrez, quien nos explicará el origen y significado de estos altares.

Gratuito y abierto al público de todas las edades. Contaremos con interpretación simultánea al inglés.

Link al webinar de Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84734651119?pwd=Y1Vtb29NN2xVZXhsMUtSRysySndpUT09

Martes 27 de octubre                                  Tuesday October 27th

7:00-8:00 PM           

Nowadays, the family altars to the deceased are considered an intrinsic part of the tradition of the Day of the Dead, which represents the fusion of two worldviews: Mesoamerican and European. This tradition is protected by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Join this Spanish presentation by Archaeologist and Anthropologist, Guadalupe Zetina Gutiérrez, who will explain the origin and meaning of the altars.

Free. All ages. Simultaneous interpretation to English available.

Link to the Zoom webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84734651119?pwd=Y1Vtb29NN2xVZXhsMUtSRysySndpUT09

 




Citizenship classes - Clases de ciudadanía
Tuesday, October, 27
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The Poudre River Public Library District invites you to participate in our bilingual US citizenship classes that provide guidance and help with the naturalization process.

We will host 4 weekly sessions that will be virtual and free, and will start on Tuesday, October 27th from 7:00 to 8:00pm. 
Call 970-658-3721 to register!


La Biblioteca Pública Poudre River le invita a participar en nuestras clases bilingües de ciudadanía que le servirán de guía y ayuda en el proceso de naturalización. 

Las 4 sesiones semanales serán virtuales y gratuitas y empiezan el martes 27 de octubre de 7:00 a 8:00pm. 
¡Regístrese ya llamando al 970-658-3721
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