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- Fri - Sat: 9 - 5
- Sun: 12 - 5
Named for library benefactor Philip S. Miller, the library is located on South Wilcox Street in downtown Castle Rock.
Both spacious and welcoming, Douglas County Libraries - P.S. Miller features comfortable reading and study areas; free Wi-Fi and guest Internet stations; fun spaces especially for children and teens; and public meeting rooms for groups of 6 to 130 people.
Our friendly staff provides professional research assistance, help with computers and eReaders, and regular programming for all ages, including multiple storytimes each week. The Douglas County History Research Center, located within the library, offers specialized help with historical, archival and genealogical projects.
Come in and enjoy our rotating art displays, and explore our wonderful collections of books, magazines, DVDs, music and more!
For October, Philip S. Miller Library hosts the beautiful handiwork of the Castle Rock Quilt Club – a show entitled “A Harvest of Quilts.”
Quilt lovers and art lovers alike will enjoy this artistic display of beautifully hand-crafted quilts. This showcase includes bed-size quilts, wall hangings, miniature quilts, baby/lap quilts, wearable art and home décor items. Ribbons will be awarded by guest judges of the Castle Rock Quilt Club. Many of these lovely quilts will be offered for sale.
Quilts can be view at the P.S. Miller Library October 3, 4, & 5.
Contact Sue Hodges at CRQC for more information or to volunteer to help with this show.
(Photo Left: Quilt by Diane Rottman - 2012 Quilt Show)
The 8th Annual Exhibit and Awards of the National Arts Program for the Front Range - October 8-November 16, 2014The National Arts Program® is designed to give all artists, at all skill levels, an uninhibited opportunity to exhibit their work in a professional manner and to compete for cash prizes. This program is sponsored by the National Arts Program Foundation in support and cooperation with the Greater Castle Rock Art Guild. The exhibit is judged by professional artists and visual art professionals in Amateur, Intermediate, Professional and Youth Classifications, and it is free to all. Don't miss this chance to be recognized for your creativity. Visit the National Arts Program website where you can view the entry rules, register, and upload photographs of your artwork.
Register online now or drop by Douglas County Libraries in Castle Rock and pick up a registration form to be a part of the Front Range Exhibit. Registration deadline is October 1, 2014.
All entries must be delivered to Douglas County Libraries in Castle Rock on Tuesday, October 7th between 9am - 1pm or 4pm - 6pm. Participants must be a resident within a 35 mile radius of Castle Rock, CO. All entries submitted must be original art work of the applicant completed within the last three years. For additional information call Sylvia Armstrong at (720) 291-1639 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.