Services at the Library
The Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Workforce Center has moved its satellite office in Castle Rock from the Douglas County Human Services building to the Philip S. Miller Library. The new location in downtown Castle Rock offers increased visibility and more space for the workforce center to provide no-cost employment assistance to job-seekers and businesses. It is the first time in history that an Arapahoe/Douglas Works!
Castle Pines Library has added three public computers and public printing.
All computers offer Internet access and Microsoft Office 2010, plus black and white printing ($.10 per page). Other features include touch screen, camera, Adobe Digital Editions, Overdrive Media Console (download audiobooks and ebooks!), Picasa 3, Google Earth, Windows Media Player, and iTunes. Computers have USB ports for flash/thumb drives, and CD/DVD read-writeable drives. Headphones are available.
Artists wishing to show their work at Douglas County Libraries may submit requests to the staff members listed below. Artists must be 18 years of age or older; artists under the age of 18 may submit their works through their school’s art program.
Artists must submit 5-10 images of their works in one of the following ways: digital photos or a link to an artist’s website via email, or prints or a CD mailed to the desired branch location. Art guilds and societies may submit a single group application.
Searching for Family History?
Douglas County Libraries (DCL) is now an affiliate of FamilySearch.org. What does this mean to you? You can now order microfilm or microfiche from FamilySearch™ Online film ordering service and have it delivered to Douglas County Libraries via the Douglas County Historical Research Center.