Volunteers get two-hours of specialized training at Philip S. Miller Library, Castle Rock, and are placed with local childcare centers and begin reading! Training is held from 9:30 a.m. to Noon, the third Wednesday of each month, starting in January.
To book your spot, stop by your library, call 303-688-7658 or click here.
Trying to figure out your eReader?
If so, drop in for some great advice from Douglas County Libraries!
Visit any Douglas County Libraries location for assistance with any eReader device. If you'd like to make an appointment, just call us at 303-791-7323. We're here to help!
We have acquired Early Literacy Stations (ELS), complete educational solutions loaded with 50 educational software titles for kids ages 2 to 10. The computers are currently available at the Philip S. Miller (Castle Rock), Parker, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch and Castle Pines library branches.
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!