Holiday Hours and Closures

PPLD closes early:

Date Time Holiday
Wednesday, November 25, 2020 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Eve
Thursday, December 31, 2020 4 p.m. New Year's Eve

PPLD is closed all day:

Date Holiday
Wednesday, January 1, 2020 New Year's Day
Monday, January 20, 2020 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Sunday, April 12, 2020 Easter Sunday
Monday, May 25, 2020 Memorial Day
Saturday, July 4, 2020 Independence Day
Monday, September 7, 2020 Labor Day
Monday, October 12, 2020 Staff Development Day
Thursday, November 26, 2020 Thanksgiving Day
Friday, November 27, 2020 Day after Thanksgiving
Thursday, December 24, 2020 Christmas Eve
Friday, December 25, 2020 Christmas Day

Comments

why are you guys closed for thanksgiving? i don't celebrate that.

There's no holiday that every single person in this country celebrates, but Thanksgiving is as close as it gets.

Will these holidays/closures be updated soon for 2017?

It would be nice to get an email announcing unexpected closures in advance like the one to do painting on Saturday 4/14 so we can plan pick up of holds accordingly. Also, I would hope that when you have an unexpected closure that you give us more time to pick up holds.
Thanks,

You're not closed Columbus Day? Just curious, because banks, schools, and the Post Office are and it is a National holiday.

Sorry - but there is no such thing as a national holiday. I expect you mean a federal holiday, which means that the federal government observes it. And that's it really. The federal/national/central government defines these holidays for their own purposes. But they have no force of law for any other person, group, or institution, I believe.

I think it's fair to say that only some schools observe Columbus day, for example. Same for banks. Some do, some don't.

Hello, i just from the springs out to Payton and love my Library. Sand creek is open on Sundays from 1-6. Is it possible that High Praire might consider a couple hour on Sundays as well. It is one of my days off.
Thank you
Bettina

Dear Bettina,

We would love to have more libraries open on Sunday but funding for staffing those hours is limited to what we have now. In addition to our three main libraries, Penrose, East and Library 21c, we have tried to position our libraries that are open Sundays geographically. Monument for the north and Sand Creek for the south are open on Sunday. As the city expands east, having a larger facility in that area is a long term goal as well has having Sunday hours. For now we hope you will make the 15 minute drive to our Library 21c branch which has a large collection, programs, a maker and computer lab and many study areas for Sunday use.

Due to any Weather conditions, would you be closing, and would that be told on the website?

The front page says East, Fountain, Ruth Holley, and Sand Creek libraries will open at noon on October 18th. Is this a typo?

This is not a typo. East, Fountain, Ruth Holley, and Sand Creek libraries are indeed opening at noon (as opposed to their regular open times) on Fri., Oct. 18, 2019. They are open on their regular days and hours aside from that date.

How is the public notified of library closures due to weather? Are you closed when school districts where your branches are located are closed?

Why are you closed on Columbus Day????? Just because of staff development? How is patrons looking for books interfering with that? You have self check outs. LAME.

Thank you for reaching out. We close the Library once a year for an all-staff development day, which took place on Mon., Oct. 12, this year. Since every staff member is required to participate in the full-day training, we cannot open our facilities to the public on that day. Here's access to our Closures and Delays Policy for more information: https://ppld.org/sites/default/files/policies/closuresdelayspolicy.pdf.

The library should be closed on Veteran day. In honor of those who served!

Though our doors are open, Pikes Peak Library District is providing a number of ways to honor and celebrate Veteran’s Day all month long in 2020! Participate in our Veteran’s Day challenge to honor local veterans through art here: https://ppld.org/PPLDChallenge, learn more about the vast military resources in our collection here: https://ppld.org/category/subjects/military, or check out our LibGuide with more information about the military here: https://research.ppld.org/military-veterans.

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