libraries in colorado
I just returned from Colorado, and while there, enjoyed using libraries to keep in contact with September Project participants. Colorado is such a glorious and awe-inspiring state, and it seemed no matter what town I visited, a library welcomed me. I used the Rocky Mountain College library in Leadville, CO (at 10,430 feet, walking to the library was a workout!), the Pitkin County Library (a bustling and beautiful setting in Aspen), and the John Tomay Memorial Library in Georgetown (a friendly librarian in a warm and inviting building set in a charming old town).
It was a joy visiting these mountain town libraries, talking to librarians, and using their computers. Thanks to Colorado for being such a welcoming and stunning host! Please visit the map to see which libraries in Colorado are participating in the project.