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Curbside Pickup During Limited Hours Begins May 20

College Hill and Irving Street Libraries will offer curbside pickup of holds during limited hours beginning May 20. See days, hours, and instructions.

Book Drops Reopen on Saturday, May 16

On May 16, book drops will reopen at College Hill and Irving Street libraries for return of materials checked out from Westminster Public Library only. Book drops will be open 24/7. Find out more.

COVID-19 Resources

Visit the City of Westminster COVID-19 resources page for information on food and utility assistance, eviction prevention, volunteeer opportunities and more.

New services

Career-related Tools

Whether you're taking this time to develop your career and personal skills, looking for work, or considering a career change, you'll find these job resources useful.

Virtual Programs

  • Mindfulness Tuesdays: Lu leads a thirty minute guided meditation by phone. Find out how to participate.
  • Creative Bug Crafts: Veronica demonstrates easy crafts from our online resource Creativebug, on Facebook, alternating Wednesdays at 2 p.m. Ages: 12 and older
  • Get Rec'd!: Discover new books and media recommended by our librarians on Facebook, Fridays at 2 p.m. All ages
  • Kathe's Book Talks: Kathe's themed book talks introduce you to titles and authors you may have missed, on Facebook, alternating Wednesdays at 2 p.m. Ages: 18 and older
  • Book Clubs for Adults via Zoom: Register today to participate in lively discussion at our Irving Street Noon Book Club, or Pages & Pints Book Club. To participate in the Evening Book Club, join our Westminster Public Library Evening Book Club group on Goodreads. Once your request is approved, you'll receive an invitation to the Zoom meeting.
  • Dungeons and Dragons on Roll20: Library DM Matt is hosting our D & D Clubs on Roll20. Email him for an invite. Saturdays at noon. Ages 12-18.
  • Story Time: Your littles will enjoy our virtual story times on Facebook, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. Ages: 0-6
  • Science Stories: Ms. Lyndsay shares science activities and crafts you can do at home on FacebookMondays at 11 a.m. Ages 6-11

New online resources available only while we're closed

  • Ancestry Library Edition  Billions of records in census data, vital records, directories, photos, and more for genealogy research.
  • Pebble Go and PebbleGo Next  Discover the go-to curriculum-connected research tool specifically for elementary school students. Log in with Username engaged and Password learning.
  • Capstone Interactive e-books  High-interest text combine with text-highlighting, read-aloud features provide a successful reading experience for emergent, struggling, reluctant and ELL readers. Log in with Username continue and Password reading.
  • Tumblebook Library  E-books for kids in grades K-6.
  • Tumble Math  A collection of math stories, games and quizzes for kids in grades K-6.
  • Teen Book Cloud  Over 1000 titles, including graphic novels, enhanced e-books with full audio narration and highlighted text, classic literature, national geographic videos, and more!