Looking for some new programming ideas for your library, or wanting to learn more about a topic yourself? The Colorado State Library has Resource Kits you can borrow with everything you need to hold a uke-in, a toddler story time, learn about fossils, archaeology, or important community concerns, or practice a craft like book folding. Visit the CSL Resource Kits website to learn more about the kits currently available. There is even a forum where you can share your programming questions and ideas with other librarians.
Staff in Colorado libraries may check out kits through the CSL AspenCat Catalog for 6 weeks at a time and may renew if there is not a hold on that kit. The kits are not available for loan to out-of-state libraries or organizations other than libraries at this time. Contact Madison Basch (303-866-6700) with questions.
Kits currently available are:
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