Upcoming Events

Runner's High
Thursday, September 30, 2021 - 6:00pm

Come listen to Denver author Josiah Hesse as he speaks about and signs copies of his book, Runner's High. Hesse's debut book is an immersive, investigative look at the hidden culture of cannabis use among elite and amateur athletes, and the surprising emerging science behind the elusive, exhilarating runner's high they all seek.

Runner's High takes readers on a journey through the secret world of stoned athletes, describing astounding, cannabis-inspired physical and mental transformations, just like he experienced. From the economics of the $20... Learn more.

Read Island
Friday, October 1, 2021 - 9:15am

Come join local author and entrepreneur Nicole Magistro, and local author and illustrator Alice Feagan, for a duo of fun and engaging kids events! Starting at 9:15am, Nicole and Alice will be hosting Special Storytime and will read their new book "Read Island." Following storytime, Nicole and Alice will be hosting a Meet and Greet from 10am to 12pm where you can chat with them and get copies of the book signed and personalized. 

Join a very brave girl and her furry friends on an adventure to Read Island! Through the power of imagination and the pleasure of reading,... Learn more.

Read Island
Friday, October 1, 2021 - 6:00pm

Come celebrate the release of "Read Island" by local author Nicole Magistro and local illustrator Alice Feagan! This is Magistro's debut book and the third that Feagan has illustrated. Magistro and Feagan will be giving a presentation about their book, the process of putting it together, and their experience delving into the world of independent publishing. 

Join a very brave girl and her furry friends on an adventure to Read Island! Through the power of imagination and the pleasure of reading, this curious trio set sail for a magical island made of books. On their... Learn more.

Canyonlands Carnage
Tuesday, October 5, 2021 - 6:00pm

Come listen to Colorado author Scott Graham as he speaks about and signs copies of his newest novel, "Canyonlands Carnage!" Seventh in Graham’s acclaimed National Park Mystery Series, "Canyonlands Carnage" provides insight into complex cultural and environmental concerns of the American West, an insider’s look at the world of whitewater rafting, and a page-turner of a tale set in the uniquely breathtaking redrock desert landscape of Canyonlands National Park.

Water has become a high-valued commodity in the arid West, where explosive growth and increased drought are taking... Learn more.

Out of the Blue
Friday, October 8, 2021 - 9:15am

Join author Elizabeth Shreeve for special storytime with her book "Out of the Blue!" In a lively and accessible outing into the prehistoric past, you will learn how and why creatures began to emerge from the deep--from the Cambrian Explosion to crustaceans, mollusks to fishes, giant reptiles to the rise of mammals--and how they compare to the animals we know today. Shreeve has some engaging activities planned, will even be bringing puppets!

Elizabeth Shreeve is the author of several books for young readers, including the chapter book series "The Adventures of Hector Fuller"... Learn more.

Seeing Silence
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 - 6:00pm

Join award-winning and globe-spanning photographer Pete McBride as he speaks about and signs copies of his newest book, Seeing Silence! This gorgeous coffee table book showcases the natural beauty often from vantages where no other photographer has ever stood, places that remind us of the magic of being "truly away" and how such places are vanishing. 

This seven-continent visual tour of global quietude reveals the wonders of hushed places in spectacular imagery--from the thin-air flanks of Mount Everest to the depths of the Grand Canyon, from the... Learn more.

Desert Chrome
Tuesday, October 26, 2021 - 6:00pm

Join Colorado author, Kathryn Wilder, as she speaks about and signs copies of her new book, Desert Chrome, a powerful story of grief, motherhood, and return to the desert entwined with the story of America's mustangs. This memoir illuminates these controversial creatures--their complex history in the Americas, their powerful presence on the landscape, and ways to help both horses and habitats stay wild in the arid West--and celebrates the animal nature in us all.

In Desert Chrome: Water, a Woman, and Wild Horses in the West, Kathryn Wilder weaves her... Learn more.