A Message from the Mayor
Dear Louisville Residents,
Firstly, I want to thank you for everything that you as a community have done this year to keep us safe by slowing the spread of COVID-19. It hasn’t alwaysbeen easy, but it has always been important.
As we begin to the celebrate the end of this year and ring in the new one, I want to remind you to please follow all public health guidelines on New Year’s Eve by not gathering with anyone except your household.
You may have heard news reports of the first confirmed US case of the new UK strain of COVID-19 being identified here in Colorado. Governor Polis and Eric France, Chief Medical Officer at Colorado Department of Public Health and… More
Kittens and Dinosaurs and Unicorns, Oh My! Friday, 1/22 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM …
Kittens and Dinosaurs and Unicorns, Oh My!
Friday, 1/22 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Join us for a fun-packed Story Time featuring all of your favorite creatures, and get a Take and Make craft to enjoy at home.Recommended for ages 3-5.
Learn more and register >> https://www.louisville-library.org/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/28265/351
During the most complicated school year in history, let’s take a moment to say t…
During the most complicated school year in history, let’s take a moment to say thank you to our school board for their extraordinary service!
As citizens who serve children and represent their communities,school board members face complex and demanding challenges. The month of January is designated as School Board Recognition Month in honor of the critical role our schools board members play in serving our students, our communities, and our state. We recognize the vital contributions these elected public officials play in the education of our children. They are extraordinary people who voluntarily tackle the enormous job of governing school districts.
Join Ms. Lindsay for this fun filled Toddler Story Time. Songs and rhymes featu…
Join Ms. Lindsay for this fun filled Toddler Story Time.
Songs and rhymes featured in this story time:
I’m So Glad
Tall as a Tree
See You Later, Alligator!
We have created a webpageto connect with our story time community and share story time favorites. >>
Also, be sure to check out the Louisville Public Library’s YouTube Channel for all our past story time videos. >> https://bit.ly/LouisvillePublicLibraryYouTube
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