Camp DCL: Full-Day Spring Break Camps

Douglas County Libraries’ spring break camps for kids, March 18–22, offer fun, hands-on experiences with cooking, global culture, art, movie-making, music-video creation and super-creative superhero LEGO ingenuity.  Parents can choose from three full-day camps for kids ages 6–11: Around the World with Cooking & Art Camp (ages 6–10) at the library’s Lone Tree location; Superhero Movie Making & LEGO Camp (ages 7–11) at the Castle Rock location; and Art & Music Video Camp (ages 7–11) at the library’s Parker location. For more information, visit, email or call 303.688.7627.

Memory Care Kits

Douglas County Libraries has added Memory Care Kits to its collection of nontraditional items that library cardholders can check out. The kits include an assortment of books, DVDs, books on CD and hands-on activities such as puzzles and games that can help spark conversations, despite any age or generational gaps. 

“The Memory Care Kits are designed to trigger special memories of life experiences and encourage positive interactions between those affected by memory issues and their caregivers,” said Operations Director Sheila Kerber.

For more information, visit or call 303.791.7323.

The Odd Couple at PACE Center

PACE Center members had the opportunity in February to sit in on the first reading of The Odd Couple, which will be performed March 8 at the Schoolhouse Theater. The director spent time explaining his direction, the costume designer shared her vision, and the characters came to life as they read the script through the first time together. For ticket information, visit


Humanex Academy Resource Fair

On March 13, Humanex Academy is hosting a resource fair that will include various local providers who focus on providing services to a neurodiverse population, which includes attention deficit disorder and anxiety issues. This free event will be held at the private alternative middle and high school in Englewood. For more information, visit