Stay at Home Activities

Feel like hunkering down? The library has plenty of entertainment and activities to keep you busy in the comfort of your home.


This might be a good time to dive into a new or long running series such as a good TV historical drama or binge watch a comedy from from the 90s and 2000s.


Arapahoe Libraries also has many different avenues to explore music including with streaming service hoopla or CDs in our collection. You can even borrow a CD player if needed. 

Computer Skills

Are you looking to sharpen your computer skills? We have online computer classes for that!

You can also try an online class through LinkedIn Learning

Brain Games

We have stand alone devices with brain games that will keep you entertained and keep you sharp. These include crossword puzzles, think quick tests and quizzes.

Try Brain HQ for more online brain exercises.

For Caregivers

The library also has engaging caregiver kits for individuals with memory related issues.


Try your hand with a new hobby such as photography, genealogy or a new craft.


We have cameras and other photography equipment for check out.


Many genealogy resources are available through the library for to you to explore.

Learn more about genealogy with these nonfiction books:

Family Secrets

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Did you know genealogy is the second most popular hobby in the United States? If you would rather read about people's family histories than research your own, check out these nonfiction books!

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You can also find different ways to learn a new craft! Check out videos from Creativebug and staff tutorials

Or check out these craft books recommended by our staff:

Crafty Staff Picks

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Library Options

You can pick up most library materials without stepping into the library with our hold lockers

We can bring materials to you in person or by mail with our home delivery option.


If you have any questions about any of services feel free to contact us! We love to give suggestions on books, materials and resources.