Community Resource Guide

Hello and welcome! This resource guide contains information about: City and County Services Family and Children's Health Services Finding a Job Housing and Food Assistance Legal and Immigration Services Tax Preparation Translators and Interpreters Most of these services are available close to or in Arapahoe County. If you are looking for more information, please Book […]

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Citizenship and Immigration Guide

Hello and welcome! We are glad that you are here and would like for you to stay! The resources in this guide are specifically for members of our community who want to become U.S. Citizens or who need help with their immigration status. If you have other questions about life in the Colorado, please see our Community […]

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November is National Scholarship Month!

Interested in finding ways to finance your college education?  Here are some guidelines, written by Arapahoe Libraries staff member Patty Imber who has put four children through college.  Message me if you'd like more help! It is never too early to start the search for money for your education. It starts with your freshman year of […]

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Go Denver : a new app to help you get around

Sometimes navigating around the Denver Metro area can be overwhelming. "Should I drive?"..."Or could I walk?"..."Or what about Uber?"..."Which decision is best for my wallet, my health or the environment?"  Now there's an app that can help you answer questions like these. It's called the Go Denver app and it's completely free! You do need […]

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Love to talk about books? Start a book club!

Do you like to keep up with the latest hot books? Want to read books you wouldn’t normally pick up? Have some friends who enjoy discussing books (maybe over wine and snacks)? Consider starting a book club! Start with inviting anyone you know who might be interested in a kick-off organizational meeting. You’ll talk about […]

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How to Have Fun with a Green Screen without Leaving Your House

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Experimenting with a green screen can provide loads of family fun, and doesn't take much time, experience or money. I’m sure everyone has had some kind of experience using a green screen (formally known as chroma key). My first memory of a green screen was when we learned the weather person wasn’t really standing in […]

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12 Cool Things You Can Do at the Library

Did you know you can do more than just check out books at the library? Every time I tell someone the services our library offers, they can't believe it. Yes, you can really do that at the library! Yes, we are amazing and innovative. Yes, the best card in your wallet is a library card. […]

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Pokemon Go: Ketchum at the Library

Everyone is talking about Pokemon Go these days (or walking around with their faces in their phones), and a quick Google search will bring up thousands of articles that will tell you pretty much everything you need to know about the game and how to play it. PS--in case you didn't know, Ash Ketchum, is […]

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