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During the Safer-at-Home order the Louisville Public Library will continue to be closed to the public.  We will begin offering contactless curbside pickup of library holds, and the book return will be open, Wednesday through Friday, starting May 20. View more information about Curbside Holds Pick-Up & Book Returns.  For more information about all City facilities, visit the COVID-19 webpage.

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COVID-19 (coronavirus)  

During the Safer-at-Home order the Louisville Public Library will continue to be closed to the public.  We will begin offering contactless curbside pickup of library holds, and the book return will be open, Wednesday through Friday, starting May 20. View more information about Curbside Holds Pick-Up & Book Returns.  

Parks and open space remain open, but residents are reminded to maintain six feet of distance and not to gather in groups. Visit LouisvilleCO.gov/COVID19 for the full details.

Due to the rapidly changing nature of public health guidance for in-person events, information will change. Please check the calendar before attending any City events. Event cancellations and information for joining public meetings that are available online will be available on this calendar.

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No, You’re not Going Crazy: 4 Ways Trauma Really Does Change You, and What You Can Do About It

After surviving something traumatic, you may feel irritable, anxious, afraid, confused, or numb; sometimes all within the same day. You may have trouble concentrating or feel like your brain just isn’t working like it used to. That’s because it’s not. And neither is your body. The result: you can feel like you’re going crazy. Come learn how normal it is to feel crazy after that kind of experience. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of what happens in your brain and body during a traumatic event, why it’s makes so much sense in that moment, and how you can get “stuck” in the trauma response. Knowing this is an important step toward validating your experience and feeling a little less crazy.

Presented by Dave Wyner, MA, LPCC, NCC, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional

 

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