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Learn all about APPs at the Rawlings Idea Factory from 2-4 p.m., all month long. Bring your smartphone or tablet to class each week.
April 2: Intro to your device
April 9: Functional Apps
April 16: Fun Apps
April 23: The App Store
April 30: Organizing your Apps
The History Round Table - Sinking of the Titanic - Tuesday, April 30, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM, PW.
An open forum for discussion and debate in which a different historical topic will be considered each month. Participants may read any book(s) of their choice related to the topic and bring their knowledge and opinions to the discussion.
Movies at the Library See monthly listing.
Independent Films See schedule here.
Indy Film-La Familia - April 20, 4 p.m, Rawlings InfoZone Theater (4th FL). Spanish with English SubtitlesTwelve-year old Pedro roams the concrete jungle of Caracas with his friends, learning how to live by thel aw of the streets. His single father, Andres, struggles to provide for his son, working multiple odd jobs.
Mindfulness Education and Meditation- Monday, April 29, 7- 8:30 p.m., Rawlings Library Idea Factory (2nd FL). Get an introduction to Mindfulness from Western Psychoanalytic and Buddhist perspectives. Why we practice mindfulness, what we hope to achieve, and how to do it. Also will including cultivation of compassion.
Tai Chi Wednesdays, 6 p.m. at Pueblo West Library
Looking for Something to do on Fridays during the school year? Head to Rawlings, Barkman or Lucero Library for some fun!
El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros (Children's Day/Book Day), known as Día, is an everyday celebration of children, families, and reading that culminates every year on April 30. Celebrate with us at Rawlings in the Youth Program Room with special crafts on Monday, April 29th at 4p.m., RA
El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros es un celebracion de niños, familias y leyendo que viene cada año en el 30 de abril. Celebra con nosotros lunes, 29 de abril a las 4:00 pm en la biblioteca Rawlings con artesanías!
STEM Activity: Bacteria to the Rescue! Friday, April 26, 2-5p.m., Rawlings InfoZone Theater (4th FL). The Air Force Academy iGEM team will be hosting a discussion about their latest scientific research! The team is currently developing a way to clean up pollutants in our waterways using bacteria. Come out to hear about their work and participate in fun activities!
Learn about Raptors with the Nature and Wildlife Discover Center!- Friday, April 26, 4-5 p.m.. Rawlings Bret Kelly Room A (1st FL). Come learn about different types of raptors and birds of prey with the Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center- and meet some of these cool birds in person!
Chess Hangout Interested in learning chess? Already a grand master and want to further develop your skills? Come and hangout to play chess. Fridays, PW, 5:30 p.m.
April 24, 3-5:30 p.m., LB
Create spring terrariums, paper flowers, crowns and butterflies.
April 19, 3 p.m., PW
Show off your Pokemon fandom by making buttons, keychains, and more!
April 18, 4:30 p.m., GV
Make custom cameos! Software and tools will be available to make classic images of yourself for unique art projects. Drop in any time.
American Sign Language for Beginners Learn American Sign Language from ADA Advocate Dale Buterbaugh. Increase your knowledge to communicate with others. This class is not for ASL Certification.
Saturdays, 12-2 p.m. - Rawlings Library
Thursday, April 25, 7 p.m. RA, Ryals Room-4th floor
CSU-Pueblo professor Juan Morales will make a presentation on his book of poetry, The Handyman’s Guide to End Times. Guest poets will read from their selected works. Refreshments provided.
Fabric Bowl Covers
April 23, 4-6 p.m., GI
Get ready for summer picnics with fabric bowl covers.
Genealogy - Everything you need to research your family tree.
Hispanic Resource Center - The mission of the Hispanic Resource Center at the Rawlings Library is to provide services, activities and free resources for both Spanish and English speakers.
The Vault at the Archives - Pueblo's best kept secret. Find old books, newspapers, journals, yearbooks, photos etc.
Homework Help - Homework resources for students from K - 12 and even beyond.
Teacher Assignmnet Assistance - Teachers, when you have an upcoming assignment and need a hand gathering lesson information, let us help!
Book a Library Visit- Customize a field trip for your students to the library. Attend a storytime, tour the building, browse for material, do databse training, watch a movie, you name it!
Homeschool Hub - Welcome Homeschoolers! This is your place to find the many resources PCCLD has to offer.
Contests and Awards - Activities for students to enter to win prizes.
Adult Literacy Center - Reading and spelling skills are the keys to unlocking your potential! Our friendly staff and volunteer tutors create a supportive environment that encourages growth, achievement and success.
Book Clubs - Thinking about starting a book club or wanting to join one? We've got some ideas for you.
Homebound - The Homebound Program provides free temporary or permanent library service to Pueblo County residents who are confined to their home or care facility.
Obituary Index - Make any geneaolgy project complete with a search of our databse of Pueblo obituaries.