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Adult Computer Training (303-335-4820)

The Library currently offers one-on-one computer training for adults, by appointment. The Library also offers drop-in technology training through the Tech Guru program, which is usually offered weekly.

Book Club Bags (303-335-4820) 

Book Club Bags were developed just for reading groups. Each kit contains eight paperback copies of a noteworthy book, along with discussion questions, reviews, an author profile, and other related information. The bags may be checked out for six weeks and are available on the second floor, near the magazines.

Book Discussion Groups (303-335-4824)

The Library currently has three book discussion groups. The schedules run from September through June. Please note that each group is limited to 12 members and registration is required.

Colorado State Park Passes (303-335-4820) 

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The program, which is the result of a partnership between Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Colorado Department of Education State Library, provides the Library with two hang-tag park passes and adventure backpacks filled with information and education activities. The program is set to run through March 2017.

Exam Proctoring (303-335-4815)

Depending on scheduling and availability of staff, the Library may proctor exams for residents of Louisville or Superior only who are registered Library card holders in good standing.

Homebound Delivery (303-335-4820) 

This service is free for Louisville residents who can't get to the Library. A Library volunteer will work with you and a librarian to get you the materials you want on a schedule that meets your needs.

Student Tutoring (303-335-4845)

This program is for students in grades 6-12. Tutoring sessions last one hour and are scheduled by appointment at least one day in advance.

Talking Book Library (303-335-4820)

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Talking Books are completely FREE to Coloradans of all ages who are unable to read standard print material due to visual, physical, or learning disabilities—whether permanent or temporary. There is no charge for the books, the talking book player, or the postage to mail the books back to the Talking Book Library.