Starting in 2018, we will be selecting a monthly project/organization within the community to focus on; Mitchell's Project has been selected for January!
Mitchell is accepting donations of scarves, mittens, gloves, and hats to be given out to people in need within our community.
Drop off donations at the Lamar Public Library.Read more
Comics Plus: Library Edition brings unlimited access to thousands of digital graphic novels and comics to library patrons on any Web-connected device.
- View titles through your Web browser on any computer, tablet or smartphone with an Internet connection.
- Check out and read titles through iOS and Android Mobile Apps.
- Browse by genre, publisher, and comic — then instantly check out your favorites.
- Access comics whenever you want them — no holds or waiting.
If you have a passion for the arts and want to bring community theatre to Lamar, join us!
On Saturday, January 20th, the Library will be hosting a Formation meeting in the Cultural Events Center at 3 p.m.
Be in on the ground floor as members of the Picketwire Players in La Junta will be present to answer questions and help us get started.
There is so much you can help out with and do:
Lighting*Writing*Directing*Set Design*Acting*Costuming*Ticket Sales*Stage Manager*Producing*Set Construction*Singing*Promoting*Watching*Dancing*Laughing*Choreography*MusicRead more
The movie for this month is Despicable Me 3!
On January 26th, at 5 p.m. join us and watch as the grumpy, retired villain Gru meets his charming and cheerful twin brother.
Join us and bring yourself and friends to the Cultural Event Center!
Popcorn and water will be provided!
Please note that this movie is rated PG.Read more
Speakaboos ignite a love for reading throughout young children--ages 2-6 years.
Speakaboos is a library of over 200 interactive stories and songs designed to make reading your child's favorite activity. Screen time turns into learning time! Speakaboos has Read Along Highlighting that is designed to catch children's attention and build early reading skills. There is also Touch Screen Interaction which engages children in reading and improves comprehension. You can also read books offline when you aren't connected to the internet!
Click here to be directed to a login in screen where your library card number is your username.Read more