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Check Out the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Pass

Lake County Public Library has partnered with Colorado Parks and Wildlife to loan a state park entry pass for one week. This partnership provides an outdoor learning experience for library cardholders and expands public library services. The goal of the program is to provide residents an opportunity to explore state parks before purchasing a park pass, and the hope is that library cardholders will enjoy the experience they will want to purchase their own park passes. 

Starting June 20, the first day of summer, the public library will have two backpacks to loan that each contain a state park pass hangtag for the rearview mirror, one set of binoculars, a Colorado wildlife guide, a Colorado trees and wildflower guide, a guide to Colorado’s 42 state parks, a Leave No Trace card, an activity ideas list and a program evaluation card. We ask that you inventory all items in the backpack to make sure they are in good repair before return, and to fill out the evaluation form to help sustain the program. Packs and passes will circulate to adults, with no holds or renewals.

Talking book library

 

For people who can't read standard print, CTBL provides audio, Braille and large print books keeping you connected to reading, stories and adventure.​ Click here to get started!

 

Power Meter Checkout

Power Check Device

Available for check out, these devices show how much energy your appliances use.

Power Check is an energy efficiency and education initiative provided in partnership between Xcel Energy and Lake County Public Library. Check out a Power Check meter  connect it to an appliance in your home to learn the appliance's current, minimum, and maximum energy use.

Knowing which appliances are major energy drains can help you make smarter decisions about energy usage in your home — and that can help you save on your bills.