Welcome to the Conejos Library District
Last summer we were able to give away Early Literacy Kits to daycare providers and caregivers of children ages 0-3. Funded by the Growing Readers Together Grant through the Temple Hoyne Buell Foundation, the kits included board books, educational toys, manipulatives and tips. We have some kits available to check out. Please stop by and inquire about our kits.
Reading begins at home. Stop by the library and pick up your free Colorado Day by Day, Family Literacy Activity Calendar provided by the Colorado State Library. Every day has an activity for you and your family. Additionally, click on our Storyblocks link for early literacy tips for rhymes, fingerplays and songs to encourage early literacy. https://www.storyblocks.org/
We are enhancing our story time area! Our story corner has been designed to encourage literacy with the small child in mind (ages 0-3). Board Books, Books designed to enhance early literacy, learning toys, and magnetic letter boards in a space just for kids! We will be adding additional story times in the near future. If you would like to volunteer for our story times please let us know!
Monday 8:30 – 5:30
Tuesday 8:30 – 5:30
Wednesday 8:30 – 5:30
Thursday 8:30 – 5:30
Friday 8:30 – 3:30
Saturday 9:30 – 3:30
Closed on Sundays
We believe that all Colorado Children should have equal opportunities to realize their full potential and succeed in life. Knowing that 80% of the brain develops by age three, we pledge to support efforts that promote early development and that build healthy supportive families and communities. We recognize that earlier is easier. We encourage you to visit www.earlieriseasier.org to sign the pledge and to
Get Tips and Activities for parents and caregivers of children from birth to age three.
Find Early childhood resources and partners in our community.
Sign the Earlier is Easier Pledge and show your support for all Colorado Children
Free Colorado Play & Learn App Now Available!
Colorado parents and caregivers have easy access to early literacy learning from Colorado librarians for children from babies to preschoolers with a new, free app, called CO Play & Learn.
The app offers quick learning tips accompanied by colorful graphics to help children develop pre-reading skills and simple games and activities in both English and Spanish.
The app is available for free download for both ios App Store and Android Google Play.
Learn Computer Basics
The library occasionally offers basic computer classes after hours; call 719-274-5858 for more information.
Help With Your Job Search
Welcome Job Seekers! The Colorado Workforce Center can help you access information on services and benefits for Social Security, Veterans, Disabilities, Unemployment, Job Openings, and much more.