Application deadline is Friday, July 26, 2019 at 5 p.m.
All applicants must submit an LCLS employment application, cover letter and résumé.
The Laramie County Library System is launching its 2019 Summer Reading Celebration on Friday, May 24th. This year’s theme is A Universe of Stories, which is fitting, since exploring a library is much like exploring a universe.
What’s more enjoyable than reading a good book? For many people, the pleasure of reading is heightened when they have a chance to discuss the book with other people. That’s the whole idea of a book club—readers getting together to talk about books.Read More
You might think that the library is only for residents of Laramie County, however, our 100,000 square foot, air conditioned, three story building is brimming with services and activities for anyone visiting or passing through Cheyenne.Read More
Summer is finally here, even though it got off to a cold and rainy start! With summer comes summer reading at the library! The theme this year is A Universe of Stories. Sign up online or in any branch of the library, including the bookmobile. You can pick up prizes until August 18. Summer reading is not just for the kids, adults can set goals, read, and get prizes too! Perhaps though, you’re in a book rut. Maybe you finished the best book two months ago and just can’t find anything as good? I’ve been there, it’s a hard place in life. So, to help you get started on your summer reading goals, here are some books I’ve enjoyed.
I recently read Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover. It opened my mind to the various forms of education and how each individual is formed by their experiences. Tara grew up working in her father’s junkyard without ever being allowed to receive formal education, other than the heavily swayed religious, paranoid, anti-government doctrine of her father.Read More
Image: Mapping the Storm Within by Sarah Shearer
Introduction from exhibit curator, Camellia El-Antably:
As we opened and placed each piece of artwork, the word that came was resonance. The shapes, the content, the colors, the imagery…the artwork gravitated together into cohesive groupings.
Did you know that the only time “capitol” with an “o” is supposed to be used is when you are talking about a building? If you are on the third floor of the library, in the northeast corner, you will be standing in your library’s Capital Room, in the capital city of Wyoming, gazing at the newly unveiled Wyoming Capitol dome!!Read More
We have a new online events calendar accessible from the “Event Calendar” button on our homepage. The direct URL is: https://lclsonline.org/calendar/
Check out the image below for some of the new features! You can click on the image to make it larger.