January is International Creativity Month and National Hobby Month. What will you be inspired to create?
Visit the Studiosopens a new window at Southglenn or Smoky Hill Libraries and spend some time in the Makerspaceopens a new window at Castlewood Library. Love what you see and want to learn more about what's inside the creative spaces and how to use the technology? Check out this list of creative resourcesopens a new window.
Interested in fashion, fabric crafts and sewing? Register for an upcoming programopens a new window in the Castlewood Makerspace or request an appointmentopens a new window with a librarian to learn about the Makerspace. Want to become a cosplayer? We can help with this creative cosplay list filled with books and websites to help you become your favorite character. Don't want to design cosplay fashion but still want to immerse yourself in your favorite character's world? Explore baking and crafting projectsopens a new window based on popular shows like Game of Thrones and Star Trek.
Have little ones at home who love crafting and creating? Sit down together and read these picture books featuring crafty kidsopens a new window. Kids need to be flexible thinkers for lifelong success; learn more about school readiness and put on your silly hats for this improv gameopens a new window that inspires flexible and creative thinking. Check out Creativity Catapultopens a new window for more games and crafts for little ones.
Next time you visit an Arapahoe Libraries' branch, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for some of the beautiful staff displaysopens a new window.
Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions. - Albert Einstein