The Historic Building Was 100 Years old in 2011                  
Read the Library Board's "Vision Plan" of what the Eaton Library
should try to include and look like when an addition is constructed.
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The addition to the library began during the week of July 14, 2014.  Rhinotrax
Construction Company of Longmont was selected as the builder. A
temporary entrance has been created on 2nd Street with parking on
2nd Street or Maple Avenue.  The Book Drop is now located on 2nd Street. 
Inside the current building the childrens collections are moved into the
adult materials area because the childrens area has been walled off for
remodeling.  Please endure the inconveniences as the result will be a
wonderful new addition and remodeled interior.  The project is
expected to be fully completed in May, 2015.
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The Eaton Public Library presents Nathan Taffel, holocaust survivor
author to Eaton
on Tuesday, April 14 at 1:30 PM.  His presentation,
being held at the Eaton High School Auditorium,
covers his early life in Poland
under the Nazi control and his teen years working in several Nazi

camps.  His book "Stolen Childhood" is available at the Eaton Library
for checkout.
  This program is free to the public.
The Next Book Club and Dinner will be Friday, April 17 at 6:30 PM.
The book to be discussed is "The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry" by Gabrielle
Zevin.  Books and seats are limited so stop by the library to
register and pick up a copy of the book.

                              Childrens Programs

Mondays At 10:00 AM:  Lapsit for parents or caregivers and their infants or toddlers. 
Simulation through music, activities and colors.

Wednesdays At 10:00 AM:  Storytime for preschoolers and their parents or caregivers. 
Stories and a fun craft.

Third Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM:  PJ Night with stories for all children. 
Children are invited to wear pajamas.

Library Board
    The Board holds its meeting the first
Wednesday of each month. Meetings are open to the public. Call
to confirm date and time if planning to attend.

AGENDA - Eaton Public Library Board of Trustees - April 1, 2015

  1. Call to Order. Declaration of a quorum.
  2. Approval of the agenda.
  3. Report of the President.
  4. Report of the Friends of the Library.
  5. Director’s Update.
  6. Approval of the Consent Agenda (Members can request any items be removed from Consent)
    1. Meeting Minutes of March 4, 2015
    2. Director’s Report
    3. Financial Report
    4. Invoices
  7. Items removed from the Consent Agenda.
  8. Old Business:
    1. Board terms ending for Nomie and Marlene
    2. Election of Officers
    3. Construction Update: project calendar, change orders, furnishings, etc.
    4. High Plains Library District issues including fines on materials
    5. Library Logo and plaque update
    6. Multi-purpose, Meeting and Study Room policies
  9. New Business:  a. Nunn Telephone Company broadband grant application

     10. Next Board Meeting: Wednesday, May 6 at 5:30 PM.

--Libary Board Application.  
--Patron Conduct Policy

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    Mission          Books for Babies
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Eaton, CO  80615                                               
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Library Hours:   
Monday through Thursday.......9 AM to 7 PM
Friday......................................9 AM to 6 PM
Saturday................................10 AM to 5 PM