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Register for Youth Events

BACK TO SCHOOL, AFTERSCHOOL! Register by clicking the buttons below. Email Mike or call 303-258-1101 with questions!   As we quickly, yet reluctantly, approach the beginning of a new school…

Meet Mike Sivcovich, New Youth Services Coordinator

Meet Mike Sivcovich, new Youth Services Coordinator

aspencat.info MEET MIKE SIVOCVICH I wanted to take the opportunity to introduce myself as your Youth Services Coordinator at the Nederland Community Library and elaborate more on what we have planned for the children here in Nederland, as well as the surrounding area.

Youth Services

2016 Library Card Art contest Tech for Kids Summer Reading Storytime and Early Literacy Homework Help After School Clubs for kids and Teens For help using TumbleBooks, click here or…

Afterschool At NCL Is Back!!

Afterschool at NCL is Back!!

New Programs We are again offering afterschool programs and workshops at the library. As we start this year, we decided to try new formats as well as new programs. Here's…

Fall, Or Dodge In Hell

Fall, or Dodge in Hell

By Neal Stephenson
Frozen Dead Guy updated! In his youth, Richard “Dodge” Forthrast directed that his body be given to a cryonics company. Now in his middle years, something goes wrong...
Read In Ned: Introducing The Playaway Launchpad

Read in Ned: Introducing the Playaway Launchpad

INTRODUCING THE PLAYAWAY LAUNCHPAD These little tablets offer pre-loaded, educational activities to our young friends who are learning their letters, numbers, working on their engineering skills, or just want to work on some puzzles. ...by Michael Sivcovich
Afterschool At Nederland Community Library

Afterschool at Nederland Community Library

Back by popular demand! And necessity! Nederland Community Library will be offering weekly afterschool courses again to students from K all the way through seniors, however, usually not at the…

Reading Playground

Reading Playground

aspencat.info READING PLAYGROUND Incorporating interesting and fun things into reading is as old a trick as reading itself. ...by Michael Sivcovich
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