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Sandhya Menon

Library 21c will host Mountain of Authors, a free annual community program. This event provides an opportunity for the public and local authors to network, listen to notable authors, as well as learn more about the craft of writing and trends in publishing. This year's Mountain of Authors will feature New York Times bestselling author Sandhya Menon as keynote speaker.

It is free to attend, there is no registration, and all are welcome! Click here for a complete schedule for the day.

  • When: Sat., April 27 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Where: Library 21c, 1175 Chapel Hills Dr.
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Pikes Peak Library District is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Jean Ciavonne Poetry Contest for Children:

Colin Bevan - "Bahamas"
Mayah Bolenbaugh - "The Essence of Warmth"
Eva Goroski - "Bioluminescent Beach at Night"
Brody Karr - "Papayalulu Paradise"
Sally Peterson - "The Mystical Land"
Jana Yuschalk - "Darkling Dwabidisador"

By Colin Bevan

Fisherman rip tonight’s dinner from the ocean
Bloody hands filet the dead fish
Smells of fresh fish turns my head
Salt fills the air rusting old boats
Charcoal beach fires cook todays catch
Warm water surrounds my feet
Small birds run from the waves
Boats dot the horizon for miles
Paradise, I hope I never leave

The Essence of Warmth
By Mayah Bolenbaugh

Firewood receives the spark
Steam rises from the bread, fresh from the oven
Soft snuggle from a purring kitten
Sip a large mug of cider under a changing tree in the fall
Enter a cabin to kick off winter’s freeze
Submerge in hot springs as the snowflakes dance
Comfort and serenity, as the shower pours through your hair
Earth is nourished by the elements
Now the sand takes in the sun
The day’s last hour bathed in dark orange sunshine on a summer’s day

Bioluminescent Beach at Night
By Eva Goroski

Twilight creeps up the coast
Waiting for the moon to come with a gleam
Shells adorn the beach like jewels
Stars twinkle and glimmer like diamonds
Tide pools shine with a radiant beam
The ocean has an eerie glow
Bioluminescent dinoflagellates show off in a chain of lights

Papayalulu Paradise
By Brody Karr

I dream of a land called Papayalulu
It’s a tasty paradise for me and you-you
It’s hard to get to - this is true-true
First you must make a papaya canoe-noe
Row your canoe-noe to the end of the sea
And soon Papayalulu you will see

As papaya trees sway in the papayamint breeze
You can paddle down to the Papaya Juice River with ease
You can even lean over and take a sip
But better take care - your canoe-noe might tip
Look out! What’s that I hear?
It’s Papaya Juice Falls - better stay clear!

Safe at last upon the shore
What’s that sound I cant ignore?
It’s the singing papaya birds high in the trees
A song so sweet my ears it does please
I think I’ll stay a while in this land
Papayalulu is oh so grand!

The Mystical Land
By Sally Peterson

I know a place, not far away
It glistens and it gleams.
I go there every time I sleep
It’s called the “Land of Dreams.”

So when I sleep I don’t count sheep
Or toss and turn in vain.
I just fly to the “Land of Dreams”
In my one-man twinbed plane.

Each night I fly right out the door
And pass the moon and sun.
I’m going to the “Land of Dreams”
To have some dream like fun.

And when I land on snow white sand
A lovely sight I see.
A wondrous civilization is
Stretched out in front of me.

A mountain looms above you
If you look to the west.
On the east there is a river
And a town where you can rest.

There are bubbles in the air
That are floating in the breeze.
You can smell the scent of honey,
And hear the rustling trees.

Then my views were interrupted
By a woman clad in white.
She was the noble Queen
Of this land of truth and right.

“Welcome” she said. “Welcome
Won’t you come to my estate”
And she pointed to a castle
With a shiny marble gate.

“Of course” I said, “how gracious,
How could I refuse?”
We started towards the castle
And she told me all the news.

We walked into the town
Where the buildings stand so tall.
Everything is vibrant
From the big to really small.

The people there wear brilliant robes
Of many different hues.
There are feathers on their hats
And feathers on their shoes.

Aromas that are new
Are wafting towards my face.
I wonder what the food is like
In this amazing place.

We came to a kiosk
Where a man was selling food.
The food was shaped like balls
Some were red and some were blue.

They tasted sweet and juicy,
And suddenly I knew!
They were little berries,
And in the fields they grew.

A woman selling flowers
Gave me a bouquet.
It smelled just like sweet roses
In my wildflower spray.

The red flowers were the largest.
The blue flowers were large, too.
The yellow flowers were tiny.
My favorites were the blue.

We entered a cute clothes shop
Filled with rows of silk,
They were soft and they were comfy,
And smooth and cool like milk.

I chose a robe with red, blue, and yellow
For they would match my blooms.
I got nice shoes and a fine new hat
With fluffy little plumes.

Next we went to a pet shop
And saw a little dog.
He was not like mine at all, though.
My dog is brown like a log.

But this dog had new colors.
This dog was so bright!
So were all the other dogs.
It was a crazy sight!

I thought the cats were normal
Until I heard them speak.
They spoke such perfect English
I fought the urge to shriek!

A bird screeched in the background
And I turned in surprise.
The bird that was behind me
Had creepy human eyes.

The castle was our last stop
And it was getting late.
I was getting pretty tired
When I walked up to the gate.

The gates were swiftly opened.
We ran to a bench and sat.
It was nice to calmly sit there
And hear the robins chat.

Said the Queen “Oh heaven help us.
The feasts about to start”
We raced inside the castle
And I couldn't calm my heart.

I changed my clothes and entered
The room of the great feast.
There were many fruits and veggies
And for meat they had roast beast.

Many fancy people
Were invited here to dine.
Some were very famous.
All were very fine.

They all told me hello
Then sat and ate and ate.
I listened to their stories
As I cleaned off my plate.

A toast was to be done.
I lifted my cup.
Then “beep” went my alarm clock
And quickly I woke up.

Darkling Dwabidisador
By Jana Yuschalk

To bed I went on that ordinary night,
Not knowing in the morning what I may fight.
I woke up on a pile of hay,
Wondering what would fill my day.
Surprised and frightened, I immediately felt.
Suddenly, I wished I could just melt.
It seemed so sunny without any rain.
Smells of sweat hovered over the plain,
From jumping creatures who seemed insane.
The so-called “Dwabis” had a mane.
No animals were there.
Not even a bear.
I was informed, this was Dwabidisador.
Wow, I really need to study by geography more!
The Dwabi’s legs were awfully long.
They jumped then fell, I am not wrong.
The sound of jumping pounded the ground.
Their favorite hobby was jumping. That I found.
The language they spoke was also Dwabidisador.
At least I don’t need to study my languages much more!
“Dwabi fell down,” they said over and over again.
“English without pronouns,” I thought. Until then,
A young Dwabi who was probably only four,
Came up and said, “Why don’t you enter that door.”
I did as he commanded only to find,
A Dwabi whose name was Filabind.
He bought me a cupcake with sprinkles on top,
The smell was so sweet I thought I would pop!
All that was better than the taste, was the smell.
It looked and smelled like sweet caramel.
The taste was Dwabilicious.
Red velvet without mush.
After I finished my delectable cupcake,
I was sure Dwabidisador wasn't fake.
Then we departed and walked a long ways.
We entered a place called “Dwabi’s Good Maze”.
Since Filabind was my guide, he led me through,
A portal that said, “How do you do?”
Filled with wonder and awe, I heard a loud, “MOO!”
Before I knew it, I was back home on our farm.
Lying in my bed was my noisy alarm,
Trying to wake me up from my-dream?
What it was, it filled me with gleam!

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Would you like to start your giant pumpkin seed and have it ready for Harvest Festival on October 5? Then, come on in and plant your giant pumpkin seeds. We will be using paper pots and three pumpkin seeds so bring the family in and start your own individual seeds. Please make sure to fill out the contest registration form in order to be entered into the giant pumpkin contest.

  • When: Sat., April 27 from 10 a.m. - noon
  • Where: High Prairie Library, 7035 Old Meridian Rd., Falcon
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This clay series will focus on fundamentals. Learn how to attach pieces, roll a slab, and practice creating sculptures. From pet portraits to Kuwaii-inspired characters, you will be able to make a keepsake or cute gift for a friend.

Registration is separate for each class. If you want to attend all four classes, you will need to register for each one.

All classes will be held in the Sand Creek Library Makerspace.

Pet Portraits
Thu., April 18 from 6:15 - 8:15 p.m.
Click here to register.

Tea Bag Holder
Thu., April 25 from 6:15 - 8:15 p.m.
Click here to register.

Kuwaii Characters
Thu., May 2 from 6:15 - 8:15 p.m.
Click here to register.

Thu., May 9 from 6:15 - 8:15 p.m.
Click here to register.

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PPLD aims to open its 15th library facility in Calhan by Fall of 2019, following the purchase of existing property at 600 Bank Street. The building provides 2,400 square feet of space that will be converted into a library facility. The Calhan Library will provide access to physical and electronic books, movies, shows, music, databases, and other resources, as well as WiFi, computers and laptops, hotspots, classes, programs, and much more.

PPLD staff is gathering community input to help determine plans for days and hours of service, programs, classes, and other offerings.

Please join us at 7 p.m. on Thu., April 25 at Calhan Town Hall (556 Colorado Ave.) to find out more and to join in a discussion of what Pikes Peak Library District can bring to your community.

Can’t make it? You can fill out our online input form here.

In addition, we will be scheduling a future meeting to allow for more voices to be heard. For more information, please contact Hillary Dodge, Director of the North Region for Pikes Peak Library District, at hdodge@ppld.org or (719) 531-6333, x6330.

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  • Tape
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Yarn or Twine
  • Different colors of copy paper, construction paper or use paper from old magazines
  1. Cut strips of paper 1 inch wide.
  2. Roll your paper into a circle to make the center of the flower. Tape shut.
  3. Make more circles or shapes and glue or tape onto center circle.
  4. String them up around the house to decorate for Spring.
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The Teen Art Contest is for teens and by teens. Teens create the art, and teens determine the winners.

The theme for our 2019 Teen Art Contest was "Opposites Attract! "

All of the artwork will be displayed at either Penrose Library, East Library, or Library 21c during the month of April.

Here are this years winners, which you can also view below!

Best In Show
“Poseidon’s Goldfish” by Cole R.

High School - First Place
“Opposites Attract” by Isaiah R.

High School - Second Place
“A Spectrum” by Preston S.

Middle School - First Place
“Steamy” by Teddy K.

Middle School - Second Place
“Concrete Jungle” by Ava K.

Coordinator’s Choice - High School
“Calm Before the Storm” by Lydia M.

Coordinator’s Choice - Middle School
“Strong and Courageous” by Chloe H.

You can view the winners here:

Teen Art Contest 2019 Winners

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Learn the beautiful art of Copperplate! This class will teach the beginner how to write with a pointed pen dipped into ink much as they did hundreds of years ago. We will learn the basic forms of the lower and upper case letters, as well as what paper is best, what is a slant line, proportions, and inks. The Copperplate font is used for wedding invitations, envelopes, place cards, certificates, and much, much more!

All materials will be provided.

Click here to register.

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Business Resource Fair

PPLD invites you to attend in our 4th Annual Business Resource Fair on Mon., May 13 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Library 21c.

The goal of the Business Resource Fair is to make entrepreneurs and businesses in the Colorado Springs area aware of the many resources available to help grow their businesses.

Attendance is FREE!

Programs will include:
Business 101 - Colorado Springs Business Journal
Cybersecurity Simplified - Firma It Solutions & Services
Understanding Small Business Financing - Becky Fuller | ABC Bank | Colorado Enterprise Fund
How to Do Business with the State - Colorado State Purchasing Office
Government Marketing: It's a Treasure Hunt - Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)

Vendors will include:
AutoShop Vocational – Gregg Sheldon
Becky Fuller/ANB Bank/Colorado Enterprise Fund
Colorado Department of Personnel and Administration - Division of Finance and Procurement
Colorado Springs Black Chamber of Commerce
Colorado Springs Business Journal
Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC
Colorado Springs City Clerk
Colorado Springs Economic Development
Concilio Hispano de Empresas de Colorado Springs
David Allen Capital - Jonathan Adam Griffin
DocuMart - Rebecca Clark
Eastern Plains Chamber of Commerce
El Paso County Economic Development
Firma IT
GalaxyFest - Lynda Cink
Infinity F & B Staffing Solutions - Anthony Perez
Latino Chamber of Commerce of Pueblo
My Insurance Team - Chuck Bader
Onward Opportunity
Peak Startup
Pikes Peak Regional Development Corporation
Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
Pikes Peak Workforce Center
Precision Insurance Services - Heather McBroom
Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
Profile by Sanford –Bri Ament
SCORE - Colorado Springs
Small Business Administration
Small Business Administration - Boots to Business
Southern Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce
Transamerica – Joseph Lima
Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce
Vectra Bank
Watchdog Warrior - Tamyra Wallace

Interested in participating? Contact Terry Zarsky at tzarsky@ppld.org.

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Are you thinking about retiring in the next few years? Are you unsure about how health insurance and Medicare will affect you once you turn 65? Are you helping your parents navigate their Medicare coverage? Join us to learn about Medicare and your health insurance options. Come get unbiased information from AAA Senior Insurance Team to help you successfully navigate your transition to Medicare and retirement.

Registration is required.

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Between April 8 and 22, any 4-year-old can stop by one of 14 Pikes Peak Library District locations for a free copy of Penguinaut! by Marcie Colleen.

Pikes Peak Library District is one of many library systems across the state participating in One Book Colorado. The program gives away over 75,000 copies of the same book to every 4-year-old in the state each year. Books are provided in both English and Spanish.

“Providing these picture books to children in our community helps young families to spend time reading together, which is something we love to encourage,” said Nancy Maday, Director of Children’s Services at Pikes Peak Library District. “We know that reading with parents and caregivers is an important developmental tool for young ones. One Book Colorado helps us add to their permanent bookshelves at home, in addition to the materials they check out from the library.”

According to the One Book Colorado website, 4-year-olds with access to books are more likely to be ready to read when they begin kindergarten. Research shows this is especially valuable for children in families with low incomes, who tend to live in homes with fewer books and have exposure to 30 million fewer words than peers from families of higher incomes.

Each year, children across the state vote for their choice of three possible books. The winning book is distributed across the state in public libraries.

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The art of photography is focused on capturing light or 'photons.' In this class, we will break down how three fundamental camera settings - ISO, aperture, and shutter speed - influence the way light enters the camera lens.

This will be a theoretical framework of creating visually stunning images. We will also discuss how to frame the photo so that these elements all combine to be aesthetically pleasing, no matter what the subject is.

Finally, we'll have an opportunity to experiment hands-on for all of you kinesthetic learners out there!

Please bring your own camera with manual settings to get the most out of this class.

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April is the Month of the Military Child. Here are some picture books that relate to Bravery, Separation and Deployment for children. Click on the link below:

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Anne Hillerman

Best-selling mystery writer Anne Hillerman has been named the 2019 recipient of the Frank Waters Award by the Friends of the Pikes Peak Library District. The award is given annually for literary excellence. She will be honored at a luncheon at noon on Sat., April 20 at the Antlers Hotel, 4 S. Cascade Ave.

Also honored will be Dian Curtis Regan, who has been named the Golden Quill award recipient for her 60-plus children’s and young adult books. The award is given to a local author who has had a significant body of work or a book with important local impact.

The luncheon will be preceded and followed by meeting the authors and sales and signing of their books.
Hillerman will be the keynote speaker at the luncheon. Cost to attend is $40 per person or $300 for a table of eight (plus a small ticket service fee) and reservations are due no later than 5 p.m. on April 13. Proceeds from the event benefit Friends of the Pikes Peak Library District, a non-profit which supports programs and needs of the library. Click here to register for the event.

Hillerman, daughter of the late Southwest mystery writer Tony Hillerman, has written books on the food and gardens of Santa Fe, as well as travel guides to her city. She also continued the popular New Mexico mystery series popularized by her father. Tony Hillerman was a Frank Waters honoree in 1998. Anne Hillerman’s fifth Southwest mystery, Tale Teller, will be released April 9.

The Frank Waters Award is named for the late Frank Waters, a Colorado Springs native and multiple Nobel Prize nominee, who wrote about Colorado and the West, and particularly about its native peoples. His books include Pike’s Peak,” The Man Who Killed the Deer, and Woman at Otowi Crossing, among others.

Regan has published books for all ages of children and young adults, including board books, picture books, chapter books and several popular series, such as the Princess Nevermore books.

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Spring Snowflakes

March brings spring snow so make a colorful, spring-like snowflake!


  • Large coffee filter
  • Newspaper or cardboard to protect table
  • Dot markers or regular markers
  • Scissors
  • Glitter glue

On newspaper or cardboard, dot the entire coffee filter, let dry. Fold in half, in half again, and in half again so that it looks like a slice of pie. Cut point off, cut designs on all sides. Unfold and decorate with glitter glue or glitter and glue.

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"Shedding Light" by Clarence Chivers

The Shivers Concert Series presents an Evening of Inspirational Song featuring:

  • Karen Walwyn, Pianist/Composer
  • Brian Major, Baritone
  • Michelle Johnson, Soprano
  • When: Friday, April 12, 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Broadmoor Community Church, 315 Lake Ave.
  • Tickets: $55; Call (719) 593-8400 or fill out payment form below.

Proceeds benefit the Shivers Fund at Pikes Peak Library District.

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It’s time again for the Mountain Vista Home School Academy Book Sale! This will be our sixth year holding this event; we had incredibly successful previous years of sales, with families earning over $1500!

The Sale is hosted by MVHSA, and is open to the community – specifically home-schooling families! This event is free to all attendees. Participants are welcome to sell home schooling curriculum, manipulatives, and items that can assist in the education of students in the home environment.

The sale will take place on Monday, May 20, from 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the MVHSA gym (2400 Slater Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80905). If you are interested in selling items at this event, please email Rachel Lamb at mvhsa@hsd2.org no later than Friday, May 3.

This is a cash only event.

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Limited positions available. Please apply by May 1, 2019.
Applicants must be ages 12 - 18 as of June 1.



Summer Adventure Volunteer Position Description

Apply Here


  • Register participants for the Summer Adventure and explain details
  • Guide participants in earning Summer Adventure Badges
  • Award prizes and log information
  • Prepare materials for programs
  • Assist with programs
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Able to follow directions, assist with crowds, and provide excellent customer service
  • Comfortable with technology

Time Commitment:

  • Training session
  • Volunteer hours as scheduled


Reading Buddies Volunteer Position Description

Apply Here


  • Help children retain and improve reading skills over the summer
  • Listen to a child read aloud
  • Read with a child
  • Assist children in selecting reading materials and share your enthusiasm for reading


  • Ability to communicate with children and adults and follow directions
  • Excellent reading skills

Time Commitment:

  • Attend a training session
  • One shift per week

Additional Considerations

If you require an accommodation to complete your application, please contact Young Adult Services at (719) 531-6333, x6087.

PPLD is collecting the information on the volunteer application for the sole purpose of recruiting volunteers. Please contact Young Adult Services at (719) 531-6333, x6087 if you have any questions or concerns. Please see our confidentially policy for more information.

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PPLD's Repair Café is a neighborhood initiative that promotes repair as an alternative to tossing things out. At a Repair Café you’ll find the tools and materials needed to repair your broken items, as well as knowledgeable volunteers who will show you how to do it. Repair Trainers will offer a diagnosis and suggested remedy for broken items, repairing items when possible and otherwise explaining what parts you may need to obtain to complete the repair.

The Repair Café exists to show how much fun repairing things can be, and how easy it often is. Why don’t you give it a go?

To learn more about the international Repair Café initiative, visit https://repaircafe.org/en/.

Repair Café Dates

Individuals must agree to the Repair Café Guidelines and Disclaimer to participate.

Volunteers offer no guarantee of items being repaired made by them or with their assistance, and are not liable if objects repaired do not work properly at home. Volunteers are not obliged to reassemble disassembled appliances that cannot be repaired.

Disclaimer: Please know you bring your items to be repaired at your own risk. Because repairs are made by unpaid volunteers there may be risks. Neither the facilitators of Repair Cafés nor the repair volunteers are liable for any loss or damage that may result from advice or instructions, for the loss of items handed over for repair, for indirect or consequential loss, or for any other kind of loss resulting from repairs made by Repair Café.

Get Involved!

Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge with others? Can you…

  • Repair tires, chains, or brakes for bikes?
  • Mend, hem, or patch clothing?
  • Test, dismantle, or fix small appliances?
  • Assess, disassemble, or possibly repair electronics?
  • Fix wobbly furniture or other wooden objects?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, help your local community by becoming a Repair Trainer!

To apply, fill out our volunteer application and skill specialty questionnaire and drop them off at East Library attn: Amber Cox, or email both to repaircafe@ppld.org.

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Fork Art! Make a Lion


  • White or yellow paper
  • Googly eyes or white paper and Markers
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Fork
  • Cup to use to trace circle
  • Orange paint or use catsup and/or mustard!
  • Paper plate for paint

Trace circle onto the piece of paper by drawing around an overturned cup with a marker.
Draw the lion face. Make paper eyes with your scissors and glue or glue googly eyes on the drawing. Dip the flat tines of a fork in paint that you squirted onto a paper plate (or use mustard and/or catsup). Place the fork on the paper around the circle to make a mane. Let dry!

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Pikes Peak Library District sparks development, opportunity, and inspiration for everyone across El Paso County. Whether you've got a young one who's learning to read, or you're a lifelong learner looking for a new skill, the library has something for you.

We are excited to share stories of how the Library positively impacts the lives of our patrons.

To tell your story, click here to take our short survey or use the hashtag #shareyourspark on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.


PPLD sparks inspiration. In this video, hear Price Strobidge's story about how the library helped him become Poet Laureate of the Pikes Peak Region.


PPLD sparks your opportunity. In this video, hear Allan's story about how the Library helped him improve his English language skills and provide him with GED test preparation. Read more about Allan's personal growth and development through the Library in this article from The Gazette.


PPLD sparks your development. In this video, learn about how our children's areas are free, safe places that encourage development and growth.

Stay tuned to learn how PPLD can spark your opportunity and your inspiration.

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Homeschool Art Show

It's time to get creative! Homeschooled students can submit one artwork (drawing, painting, sculpture, etc) from March 21 - 28. All artwork will be displayed throughout April and we will celebrate with a reception for friends and families.

Questions? Call Joy at (719) 531-6333, x6048

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Shirley Dale, PPLD's current Maker in Residence, has been creating in one way or another since childhood, applying this creativity in many different endeavors and careers. The joy of creating and the belief that everyone has the ability to create art have been constants throughout her life. Shirley has worked with many different mediums as a teacher and artist, always finding exciting, creative possibilities with whatever art materials are at hand. She is currently working with acrylics for monotype prints as finished pieces, and also for use in mixed media collage pieces.

She will be teaching classes throughout Pikes Peak Library District and hosting Meet the Maker in Residence sessions in the CreateSpace at Library 21c.

Monotype Printing without a Press
Monotype prints are one-of-a-kind prints. Learn how to create these unique prints using different types of plates and paints! Experiment with stencils, masking, colors, and pressure. Attendees will gain an understanding of basic printmaking using simple, easy-to-find materials. More importantly, attendees will have lots of fun creating at this class and will leave with beautiful, unique pieces of art.

Please help ensure that other patrons have the opportunity to participate in this program by only registering for one session.

Meet the Maker in Residence
Visit with Shirley Dale and see her work on a special Colorado-themed printmaking project in CreateSpace at Library 21c.
Wed., March 13 from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Thu., March 21 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tue., April 2 from noon - 3 p.m.
Sat., April 13 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Mon., April 15 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

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Love ooey, gooey slime? This is a great recipe to do at home. Click on the link below to see the directions to this cool project.

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Celebrate Women’s History Month with inspiring picture book biographies that introduce women who have worked hard, dreamed big, and accomplished amazing achievements. Click on the link to see the list.

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