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One Book, One Broomfield

 The 2015 selection is

 NEVERHOME by Laird Hunt

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 One Book, One Broomfield Special Events 2015

          Thursday, October 1 at 6-8 p.m.

    Getting Started in Genealogy
     Beginning genealogy class with professional 
   genealogist Diane Barbour.
 Two-part series with 
American Wars.

             Thursday, October 8 at 6-8 p.m. 

          American Wars, So Many Records
         Learn about wars in America from the Revolution to
          1900 and how to utilize records to find ancestors.

    Sunday, October 11 at 2 p.m. 

          Exploring the Civil War: History Through Artifacts
         See artifacts from Spotsylvania and the Andersonville
        prison site and learn how the study of artifacts helps
            gain a deeper understanding of historical events.
Michelle Pearson of History Colorado. All ages.

            Sunday, October 18 at 2 p.m. 

                Clara Barton: Living History Presentation

                Hear Clara’s tribute to the soldiers and find out how she
                 worked through government red tape to care for the
                 wounded and establish the American Red Cross.
                   Special presentation with Chautauqua actor
                  Susan Marie Frontczak. All ages.

       Thursday, October 29 at 7 p.m.

        Civil War and Society

         Join us for a discussion about lasting impacts of
          the Civil War with Dr. Patricia Richards, professor
           of American History at Metropolitan State University.


                Thursday, November 5 at 7 p.m. 

                Book Discussion with the Bookwoman
                   Kerry Pettis from the Broomfield Enterprise  
                  will lead the discussion.


   Meet Author Laird Hunt

   Saturday, November 7
   Broomfield Auditorium
   7 p.m. Author Talk
    8 p.m. Book Signing

   Books will be available for purchase 

                Laird Hunt 

  All programs take place in the Library's Eisenhower Room except where noted. 

       To register call 720.887.2350 or email