Bemis Public Library – June 2021

  • Adult Summer Reading Program – May 24-July 31
    Tales & Tails: Curl up with a good book and a furry (or feathery, scaly, or slimy…) companion, and enter to win great prizes. Adults, age 18 and up: Read books or attend library events, either virtually or in-person, for chances to win prizes. You can find all of the details at
  • Senior Social Club—Thursdays in June 9:30–11:30 a.m.
    We’re ready to meet in person once again! Please join us for a weekly outdoor chat, socially distanced but closer than Zoom. We will meet in the library’s conference room. You can still join by Zoom – call 1 (301) 715-8592, and enter Meeting ID 987 926 117 when prompted.
  • Summer Safety Series with South Metro Fire Rescue – Tuesdays, June 15, 22 & 29, 2 p.m.
      • June 15: Pedestrian and Community Safety
        Getting outside increases both physical and mental health. Outside safety concerns can lead to avoiding activity, isolation, depression and decreased mobility. Learn how to get out and about safely and continue to age actively.
      • June 22: Fall Prevention
        Falls are the # 1 risk of injury for older adults. Learn about the top causes of falls, how to get up from a fall, and how to decrease your chances of experiencing a life-changing fall.
      • June 29: Fire Safety
        Did you know that older adults are at a higher risk of injury and death from home fires? This presentation talks about how to prevent a fire in your home and how to plan for a fire emergency to keep you and your loved ones safe.
    • Cell phones & Landlines: Call 1 (253) 215 8782. Enter Meeting ID 992 4528 7818 when prompted.
    • Computers and smartphones: Click here to connect:
  • How to Train Your Dog – Saturday, June 19, 2 p.m.

    Join volunteers, both human and canine, from the Humane Society of the South Platte Valley for this special introduction to working with your dog safely and effectively. And because the family dog is, well, the entire family’s pet, kids are invited to come and learn, too! You’ll learn the basics of establishing a positive reinforcement training system, the importance of consistency and kindness in working with your dog, and how to set everyone up for success. And for those kids ages 3 – 8 who might lose interest pretty quickly, we’ll have a special balloon dog training class! Please note that your dog will need to stay home for this program – this class is about training the humans so that they can go home and teach the dogs!

    Registration is required for this class. Please call the library at (303) 795-3961 to register.

  • The Future of Bees with Active Minds – Monday, June 21, 2 p.m.
    Found on every continent except Antarctica, bees are vital pollinators, making possible much of the food humans eat. In recent years, however, crucial bee species have experienced significant loss. Since the 1990s, the bumblebee population has plunged almost 90%. Additionally, since 2006, a malady called Colony Collapse Disorder has afflicted honeybee populations.  Join Active Minds as we dive into the world of bees and examine the factors that are affecting these important species.
    Make & Shake Music with Think 360 Arts – Thursday, June 24, 2 p.m.

    Join us for an all-ages outdoor program, and make some musical noise! Participants will learn about the history of shakers, make a maraca from recycled and found materials, shake what they make to a song or two and then take their maraca home. Presented by Katherine Dines, an award-winning songwriter, recording and teaching artist with Think360 Arts

    Registration is required. Please call the library at (303) 795-3961 to register.

Bemis Public Library
6014 S Datura Street                    
Littleton, Colorado 80120

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