- Mon - Thurs: 9 - 9
- Fri - Sat: 9 - 5
- Sun: 12 - 5
Centrally-located, just west of Parker's historic town center, the library includes a diverse collection, with special emphasis on consumer health, equestrian resources, home schooling tools, local music and inspirational materials. A professionally-staffed children's room and separate teen area serve the community's youth.
Douglas County Libraries, Parker, also provides professional on-site reference service, full-service public computing stations and a used-book sale room. Public meeting rooms include one conference room, a large meeting room, three small study rooms and free Wi-Fi access.
Welcome to Fusion!
Fusion is a digital creativity space, located in Douglas County Libraries, Parker, where your ideas come alive.
Use it to:
- Convert your novel into a published ebook
- Record a stand-up comedy routine and upload it to You-Tube
- Produce a manga or anime video
- Create and edit a musical composition
- Make a short film or video
- Create animated gifs for Tumblr
- Digitize old home videos
- Record a video resume for your professional website
- Make a photo poster
- Create your own brand
- Convert VHS to DVD
People of all ages and skill levels can use our state-of-the-art software and equipment to create top quality products. Fusion is available to any guest with an active library card. Reservations are available in three-hour blocks. Contact our staff to reserve the whole lab, one or more computers, or a specific piece of equipment.
Fusion Media Lab HoursMonday-Thursday, 9:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Friday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, 12:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
One-on-One Training available by appointment.
This month Parker Library is showcasing spin artist Bob Paulson.
Bob Paulson lives in Lone Tree, CO and began creating spin art 3 years ago after he had a dream of creating a spin art store. Bob explains spin art as an abstract art created by fluid dynamics and motion. He began by taking apart an old clothes dryer and designing his first machine to create spin art. Since the first prototype machine was made, Bob started using a woodworking router and now is experimenting with a three foot floor fan on its side.
Most of the media Paulson applies paint to he finds at the Habitat for Humanity Restore and other random items he has found to upcycle. If it has a flat surface he can spin it. He has spun t-shirts, tiles, glass, canvas, cabinet doors, Mardi Gras masks, and even cookies! Bob shares his love of spin art with his kids, ages 3 and 5, and friends of all ages.
Paulson had the opportunity to showcase his spin art with the Denver and Chicago RAW Artists Organization in 2013 and 2014.
If you want to know more about Paulson’s work you can reach him by email.