Resilient Communities

 Garfield County Libraries has been selected as one of twenty-five libraries in the nation to participate in “Resilient Communities: Libraries Respond to Climate Change,” an initiative of the American Library Association that will help libraries engage their communities in programs and conversations on our climate. Events surrounding this grant will begin in January and run through April 2021.

 

Events

 

REnew, REstore, READ

Tuesday, January 12 • 6 pm
Read and discuss "The Reindeer Chronicles" online with Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers.
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Artemis Book Club

Thursdays • January 14, February 11, March 11 • 5 pm
Parents, kids, and nature lovers - read together to discover how our kids can find their voice and be the change they want to see. During this monthly club we'll read books from the Gia Girls series by Lee Welles.
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Future of Energy: Reducing Impact & Saving Money

Wednesday, February 3 • 3 pm 
Join us for an insightful update from representatives of Xcel Energy, Holy Cross Energy, and Black Hills Energy on what each company has achieved and is planning on to help our environment. CLEER and CORE will also share information on their programs and DIY tips that both residential and commercial customers can use to decrease energy use and save money on energy bills.
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Partners & Sponsors

                             

Resilient Communities: Libraries Respond to Climate Change is a pilot program of the American Library Association.