Now is your chance to share your amazing stories with young people and become a Spellbinder!
Spellbinders are adults, 50 and up, who stay young at heart by telling stories to children in Douglas County Schools. By sharing traditional stories and personal history tales, Spellbinders make a difference.
Every Saturday, except holiday weekends, Douglas County Libraries hosts casual drop-in sessions for anyone age 17 and older to practice English. All levels and abilities are welcome. Come practice conversational skills with other English learners. Volunteer facilitators, who are fluent in English, lead the conversation and answer questions. Three libraries host Practice Your English on Saturdays:
Come enjoy light refreshments as you listen to local authors talk about their books at the Philip S. Miller Library in Castle Rock, September 21 at 2 pm! The authors presenting include: Tom Adair, Lee Mossel, Michelle Rodenburg, Austin Weaver, Laurie Marr Wasmund, Scott Collins, Louis Blanc, Nancy Grisham, Natasha Jain, K.B. Lebsock, Jessica Wulf and Barbara Oliverio. Registration is required.
Following the general open-ended discussion guidelines of the Great Books Foundation (GBF), the Parker Great Books Group meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at the Parker Library (unless otherwise noted). As the GBF guidelines suggest, participants are expected and encouraged to meet with the group regularly and to have read the material thoroughly in order to participate in the discussions. Of course, emergencies happen and life occasionally gets in the way; so, if you will be unable to attend, we ask that you notify one of the facilitators by phone or email.