The Library Café Temporarily Closed

The Library Café is temporarily closed until further notice. When available, we will provide a reopening update here and on the library’s Facebook page.

Job Posting: Circulation Assistant (part-time)

Application deadline is Monday, November 30, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. Please review the job posting included below for application instructions and required documentation. If you do not receive an email confirmation within 3 business days after submitting your application, please check your email’s spam folder or call 307-634-3561 to inquire status. The hiring committee will contact applicants who are selected …

Welcoming New Board Member Michael Pearlman to the Library

Laramie County Library System recently welcomed Michael Pearlman to its Board of Directors. Michael’s first term on the Board will last from October, 2020 to June 30, 2023. Board members for Laramie County Library System are appointed by the County Commissioners who are required by Wyoming State statutes to provide library services to their constituents. Individuals who are interested in …

Laramie County Library System Honored with the Compassion-In-Action Award from Compassionate Cheyenne Organization

Laramie County Library System was honored with the Compassion-In-Action Award from Compassionate Cheyenne in a small ceremony at the library last week. The award, which seeks to recognize organizations or individuals who are helping foster compassion throughout the community, acknowledged the library’s efforts to welcome and support every single member of the Laramie County community. The award extends to all …

Autumn in the Library’s Rain Garden

Nancy Loomis, the project leader for the Community Wildlife Habitat Project, West Edge District, is returning to our blog for another post in her series about the Laramie County Library Rain Garden Project! Read below to learn about late season blooms and preparation for the winter.

Gardening for Water Quality?

Jeff Geyer, the Water Specialist with the Laramie County Conservation District is visiting our blog for another post in the series about the “Laramie County Library Water-wise and Pollinator Bio-retention System (Project).” Read his post to learn about how gardens can play a huge role in our water quality!

The Booklovers Bash Has Gone Virtual

C.J. Box is in the house! Or, should we say C.J. Box is in your house? The famous author will be live-streamed straight to your home from the Cheyenne library on Friday, September 25 for this year’s virtual Booklovers Bash.

Taking a Genealogical Journey back to Ireland

It’s been said that everyone is Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day, but if you really do have Irish ancestry every day of the year you aren’t alone. More than 36 million Americans reported that they had Irish ancestry in the 2008 American Community Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. That’s approximately 12% of the total population of the country.

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, No It’s a Monarch Butterfly!

Nancy Loomis, the project leader for the Community Wildlife Habitat Project, West Edge District, is returning to our blog for another post in her series about the “Laramie County Library Water-wise and Pollinator Bio-retention System (Project).” Read below to learn about Monarch butterflies, and how some of the floral additions that were made to the library’s detention pond are helping …