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  • Represent your fandom in a creative and fun manner. We encourage all creative contributions from written formats like stories or poetry, to visual formats like art and cosplay, to videos or whatever you come up with! Fan fiction and other writing entries are permitted. These entries are limited to three pages or 1000 words.
  • We sure do! You’ll find virtual events, opens a new window on a variety of topics for all ages. Registration is usually required for these events.

  • The Makerspace is currently open by appointment only. We are offering reservations on select stations, and Glowforge laser-cut appointments.

    Arapahoe Libraries' digital media stations and the Forum Theater, opens a new window are also open for reservations.

    The recording studios are not currently available to use. Check back for updates or contact us for more information. 

  • Arapahoe Libraries are open for you to pick up holds and return materials, browse books and media, use library computers, and reserve meeting and study rooms. Visit our Services Updates, opens a new window page for a list of all services currently available to patrons.

    The health and safety of our patrons and staff continue to be the top priority. 

    What you need to know before your visit:
    • If you are feeling sick, please stay home.
    • You will be asked to follow the COVID-19 Patron Code of Conduct, opens a new window.
    • All patrons are required to wear a mask while using the library regardless of vaccination status.
    • Staff and patrons will adhere to social distancing guidelines.
    • Computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

    You can also access library resources from home:

  • Colorado residents between the ages of 11 and 18 years of age. Each contestant can enter up to three (3) entries, but an entrant may win only once. Group entries are permitted, but only eligible for gift card prizes.

  • You can select from a wide range of virtual events, opens a new window and complete the registration online. Contact us, opens a new window if you’d like help. 
     
    You will need an internet connection to view the event. Some events include audience participation, so you may want a web camera as well.
     
    Need Internet Access?
    WiFi hotspots are available inside and outside all Arapahoe Libraries, opens a new window
    • Network name: LibraryPublicWiFi
    • No password needed 
    Events on Zoom: Registration for virtual events ends 30 minutes before the event begins. ​Before the event begins, you'll receive an email reminder with the event's Zoom link, a phone number, meeting ID and passcode for that Zoom event. If you don’t see the email, check your spam folder. 
    Events on YouTube: For events on YouTube, the event listing provides the link to watch the event. No registration is required for YouTube. 
  • Reserving an Exploration Pass does not guarantee entry to an attraction or museum. Many destinations are offering limited, scheduled entry for paid guests, members and pass holders. Please check with the destination you plan to visit directly for up-to-date information.

  • Located in the Castlewood Library, opens a new window, the Makerspace is a free community workspace that provides tools and technology to facilitate DIY projects, skill-building, prototype development, and creative exploration. Find out more at the Makerspace page, opens a new window.

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