Berthoud Community Library
January 2023 Newsletter
In This Issue...
- Letter from the CEO
- Interior Renovations Coming Soon
- Partnership with A Little Help
- Current Hours
- Storytime is back!
- 1/12 - Tinker Tots
- Every Monday - Writer's Group
- 1/12 - Food for Thoughts Breakfast
- 1/20 - Food for Thoughts Dinner
- 1/24 - Book Club
- 1/27 - Knit & Crochet Drop-in
- 1/19 - Construct & Concoct
- Storytime Vault
- Contact Us
Letter From The CEO:
Happy New Year from the Berthoud Library!
We’re working on maximizing every square inch of space in our building, and that means you’ll see some interior renovations happening soon. While we will do our best to keep disruptions as minimal as possible, we will need to temporarily close our building or serve you through curbside only in the near future. As soon as contractors and building permits are in place we’ll be rolling, so stay tuned for an updated library interior.
We hope you all stay cozy and well-read during these cold winter months. Come see us if you need helping finding something new to read or watch.
Partnering with A Little Help
COMING IN 2023! The Berthoud Community Library and A Little Help are partnering on a library delivery program in Berthoud.
If you live in Berthoud, are unable to get out in the community, and are interested in having library materials delivered to your home, contact the Berthoud Community Library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-532-2757 to be added to our interest list. We will follow-up with additional details in late January.
Interior Renovations Coming Soon
We’re working on maximizing every square inch of space in our building, and that means you’ll see some interior renovations happening soon.
While we will do our best to keep disruptions as minimal as possible, we will need to temporarily close our building or serve you through curbside only in the near future.
As soon as contractors and building permits are in place we’ll be rolling, so stay tuned for an updated library interior.
We are fully open to the public! Come on in to see us 10am-6pm Monday through Friday, and 10am-4pm (closed from 12-1pm for lunch and cleaning) on Saturdays.
Curbside hours are constant every day, Monday through Saturday, from 10am until 5pm. Please email us at email@example.com or give us a call and let us know what we can gather for you. We'll arrange a time to pick up for contactless delivery.
Closed on January 2nd
Class is about an hour long, you can sign up for the 10:30AM or the 4PM slot, whichever works best for your schedule. Registration is required.
All genres of writing welcome. We meet every Monday from 10:30AM to 11:45AM.
Food for Thoughts Dinner
Food for Thoughts Breakfast
Join us for a locally-sourced breakfast on January 20th at 8AM as we discuss topics important to our community. This month’s theme is “Community Involvement”. Registration Required.
Winter-Spring of 2023's Book Club
We will continue meeting on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 1:30PM and 6:30PM. Come to whichever time works for you.
Here are the books we will be reading from January-May of 2023:
- January 24th - Wise Ass by Tom McCaffrey
- February 28th - The Book Woman's Daughter by Kim Michele Richardson
- March 28th - Chasing Justice by Kathleen Donnelly
- April 25th - The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman
- May 23rd - The First 15 Lives of Harry August by Claire North
Knit & Crochet Drop-in
This is not a class, just a place for fellow crafters to meet and knit/crochet together. This is a drop-in event.
Construct & Concoct
We will meet on January 19th from 4:30 to 5:30PM. No registration required.
This Is Berthoud Podcast
This podcast is not just about library 'stuff', but about the wonderful community we live in. Straight from our CEO, Amie!
We're here for you, to support you, to inform you, and to care for you the best way we know how.