August 2022

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BASALT REGIONAL

LIBRARY Magazine & Program Brochure

August 2022


WHAT'S INSIDE... P.4-7

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Adult Programs

First Ever Camp Out at the Library

P.5 Library Business

P.8-9 Oceans, Coasts & seashores: Native Peoples

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P.5 Let's Talk About It: The Final Revival of Opal & Nev

Teen Programs

P.11 End of Summer Reading Information

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Movies in the Meadow

P.12 Children's Book List: Learn About Native Americans' Connection to Water

Music at the Library: AMFS Chamber Music Series

P.13 Children's Programs

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New Releases

Oceans, Coasts & Seashores: Native Peoples

P.16 Full Calendar

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P.13 Summer Performer: Foam Party with Ann Lincoln


COMING SOON

Music at the Library: Indigenous Sounds In Jazz Thurs, Sept. 29, 5:30-6:30PM The Delbert Anderson Trio is a culmination of musical styles; jazz, funk, instrumental jams all focused through the unique lens of an indigenous perspective. The Delbert Anderson Trio is composed of Delbert Anderson on trumpet, Nicholas Lucero on drums and Mike McCluhan on bass. With a repertoire that spans such composers as TS Monk to Chick Corea to Herbie Hancock as well as many of Delbert's original tunes - The DAT is bringing it's combined decades of experience and influences to the stage and wrapping it all in a jazz/funk package that's sure to entertain.


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Adult Programs Arts & Crafts Art for All Ages

A program to encourage adults and kids to spend time doing art projects together. Bring your creativity; and lets explore the great world of art! In this program you can enjoy painting, drawing and quality time with others. This is designed for all ages. Sat, Aug. 27, 2-3PM

Book Clubs Basalt Regional Library Book Club

Enjoy an informal discussion of all things books. We'll look at highlights of new releases that have just come into the library, and also have a discussion of books you've been reading, sharing with the group any favorites, or least favorites. Wed, Aug. 3, 12-2PM

Community Free Legal Clinic

Volunteer attorneys will assist you with your legal matters, oneon-one. Meetings are a maximum of 15 minutes. Spaces fill up fast, please sign-up by calling 970-927-4311 or emailing info@ basaltlibrary.org as early as possible. Thurs, Aug. 11, 2-5PM

Date Night: Dinner and a Play

Fateful Love is a new work by local actress and playwright Morgan Walsh. The play examines the relationship of Georgiana Hyde Lees and WB Yeats, and how their belief in the Occult saved their marriage and informed their life together. It also explores their friendship with Dorothy and Ezra Pound and the lives of women in the early/mid 20th Century. This Date Night will be held outside under the tent on the Patio as a dinner theater. Seating is limited and registration is required. Fri, Aug. 12, 5-7:30PM

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First Ever Camp Out at the Library

The First Ever Camp Out will be out on the Library Meadow. Are you new to camping? We will provide the equipment and demonstrations in how to set up your campsite, how to pack it up for easy transport, what to cook for dinner and how to tell a good nighttime story. We will have games and food and we will sleep out under the stars, with a catered breakfast by the Lions Club Pancake Wagon on Sunday morning. The First Ever Camp Out celebrates our recent grant award from Colorado Parks & Wildlife Outdoor Equity Program. We are pleased to announce the upcoming addition of camping equipment to our Library of Things, available for check out for one week at a time. Tents, sleeping pads, camp kitchens and more will be included! Registration required. Sat, Aug. 20, 5PM-Sun, Aug. 21, 10AM

Handiwork Yarn Group

The Knitters come together to work on and discuss projects, yarn, techniques and world events. Open to all; bring your own supplies and works-inprogress. Tuesdays, 5-7PM


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Health & Wellness COVID Vaccine Clinic & Testing Site

Our partners from Nomi Health Services will in the Conference Room from 10am-2pm delivering vaccines and boosters to all eligible, including infants. Please note the infant vaccine is a three-shot series; one shot will be administered. Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be available. COVID testing will be on-site. As the State and Federal government funding for COVID programs ended June 30, the Basalt Regional Library and our partners are working to ensure everyone who needs a vaccine, booster or test receives one. If you have insurance, please bring it. No one will be turned away or charged if they are uninsured. Pre-registration is suggested; walk-ins are welcome as always. Wed, Aug. 10 & 31, 10AM-2PM

Nia Dancing Workshop

Have you tried Nia Dancing? Come with friends or a partner for an hour of Nia dancing with our friend, Steve Alldredge. Steve is an experienced Nia teacher and comes with a playlist you can't help but move to! We are delighted to offer this movement class twice a month this summer. Wed, Aug. 10 & 24, 5:30-6:30PM

Library Business Finance Committee

Monthly meeting of the Library’s Finance Committee. Open to the public. Tues, Aug. 9, 5:15-7PM

Board of Trustees

Monthly meeting of the Library’s Board of Trustees. Open to the public. Mon, Aug. 15, 5:15-7PM

Literature Let's Talk About It: The Final Revival of Opal & Nev

Mary Fox will lead a discussion of the book, The Final Revival of Opal & Nev. The 2022 AspenWords Literary Prize winning book is a faux-oral history of music, civil rights, women's rights, and personal and cultural tragedies from the early seventies through the Trump 20teens. It is author Dawnie Walton's debut novel. Through a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities American Recovery Act, we are able to distribute copies of the book to our patrons. Wed, Aug. 17, 5:30-6:30PM

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Author Talk with Sandy Munro

Sandy Munro visits the library with his latest memoir, Aspen Unstrung, in tow. Arriving in 1969, Sandy and his family made a home in Aspen and thrived in a community unlike any other. Esteemed math teacher, banjo player, owner of the only music store in town, and Colorado Book Award winner, he has reveled in Aspen's quirkiness ever since. "Aspen Unstrung is a haiku drenched in music about lives lived to the fullest." Jim Hougan, John Case Series. Tues, Aug. 23, 5:30-6:30PM

Let's Talk About It: The Holly

Julian Rubinstein returns to the library with Terrance Roberts, protagonist of his book and new film, The Holly. This exploration into a Denver neighborhood undergoing gentrification and displacement of its long-time inhabitants brings into sharp focus the challenges facing American cities and towns in our times. Julian and Terrance will show clips of the film while discussing the pressures on young people due to gang influence, public opinion, the prevalence of gun violence and student activism. We are honored to partner with TACAW in bringing Mssrs. Rubinstein and Roberts to the Roaring Fork Valley. Following the library program, TACAW will host a viewing of the documentary, a recent Audience Choice Award winner at Telluride's Mountainfilm. Thurs, Aug. 25, 4-5PM

Movies Jazz In China: Documentary Screening & Discussion

Jazz in China chronicles the 100-year story of how jazz—a democratic form of music through improvisation—exists and thrives in China, a country with a long tradition of adherence to authoritarianism. The 60-minute documentary reveals the significant influence of African-American jazz musicians and twentieth century technologies on the spread of jazz in China. Dr. Eugene Marlow, MBA, Ph.D., is an award-winning composer/ arranger, producer, presenter, performer, author, journalist, educator and director/producer of the documentary. Through interviews with leading indigenous jazz musicians, sinologists, historians, and jazz club patrons in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, Dr. Marlow creates a compelling history of jazz, an improvisational, democratic form of music in a country with a 5,000 year history of adherence to a central authority. Dr. Marlow will be in attendance and participate in a discussion after the film. Wed, Aug. 3, 5:30-7PM

Movies in the Meadow

The season of outdoor movies is back! This summer join us on the lawn in front of the library for popcorn, snow-cones, and, most importantly, MOVIES! Bring chairs (or blankets) and join us for our 4th year of outdoor summer movies. The movie will begin after sunset. We look forward to seeing you! Ending the season will be the film about endless possibilities, "The Greatest Showman" Sat, Aug. 6, 8-10PM

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Music Music at the Library: AMFS Chamber Music Series

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A juried selection of the Aspen Music Festival and School’s brilliant student musicians play iconic works from chamber music repertoire. See the stars of tomorrow! Thurs, Aug. 4, 11 & 18, 5:15-6:15PM

Technology Classes Looking for tech help? Sign-up for a half hour appointment to walk through your questions at basaltlibrary.org/tech-help.

iPhone Basics

All iPhone users are invited to learn the basics about their device. This workshop will cover moving apps around, creating folders, the control center, settings, and more. Based on iOS 15 Registration required at bit.ly/14techbas. Thurs, Aug. 11, 1:30-2:30PM

Microsoft Word Basics

This Monday late afternoon course will cover Word software program basics, explaining the tool bar options so you can get an edge on document creation. Please bring a laptop with Microsoft Office Suite loaded, or you may request to borrow one of the library's laptops for the class. Registration required at bit. ly/14techbas. Mon, Aug. 15, 4:30-5:30PM

iPad Basics

iPad users are invited to learn the basics about their device. This workshop will cover moving apps around, creating folders, the control center, settings, and more. Based on iPadOS 15. Registration is required at bit.ly/14techbas. Thurs, Aug. 25, 1:30-2:30PM

Microsoft Outlook Basics

Outlook software program provided by Microsoft, is the most commonly used software for company email creation and monitoring. This class will cover the basics on creating emails, your address book, setting up meetings, your calendar and tasks. Registration is required at bit.ly/14techbas. Mon, Aug. 29, 4:30-5:30PM

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OCEANS, COASTS & SEASHORES: NATIVE PEOPLES


9 Although better known for scenic shores and recreation, coastal and Great Lakes national park sites also preserve elements of this country’s native heritage. Many native peoples have ties to these lands and waters, carrying on traditions that date back thousands of years. In some cases, archaeological sites in these parks preserve the only known records of ancient cultures, helping us envision the people who once lived, traveled, fished, harvested, and traded along our nation’s shores. Ongoing studies of archaeological sites at Bering Land Bridge National Preserve in Alaska provide evidence of the first peoples to arrive in North America over 10,000 years ago. Shell works in Everglades National Park preserve remnants of the Calusa people – a once thriving culture that was wiped out from disease not long after contact with Spanish explorers in the 16th century. In Acadia National Park, Wabanaki people still collect sweetgrass for baskets – just as their ancestors did for 5,000 years. These are just a few stories of how coastal and Great Lakes national parks reflect our robust national heritage. For thousands of years before the first western explorers set foot on these shores, cultures with different beliefs, traditions, and languages flourished here –rivaling the diversity we see in this country today. The one thing they all shared was a connection to the land and waters that inspired and sustained them.

Coastal Migration Often when we think of migration to this country we envision pilgrims arriving on the Mayflower, Europeans coming through Ellis Island or modern day immigrants from any number of countries seeking a better life on our shores. But migration was taking place far before recorded history. Today, scientists look to national parks along our coasts to piece together the story of how and when people first arrived in what is now America. Archaeological evidence suggests that roughly 16,000 years ago the first people to arrive in North America crossed over an ice-free corridor from Asia in what is now Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. Prehistoric sites in Channel Islands National Park suggest that people arrived on the California coast as early as 13,000 years ago. The National Park of American Samoa tells of skilled navigators from Southeast Asia who traveled great distances in double-hulled canoes and colonized the Pacific islands about 3,000 years ago – well before the first Europeans arrived in North America. Coastal national parks preserve archaeological sites that may help us uncover the earliest stories of migration to this country and allow us to learn more about our pre-historic heritage. Spiritual Ties Throughout human cultures,

origin stories and spirituality have been tied to place. The natural environment where a culture evolves often influences how people live and how they view the world, both in spiritual and practical matters. Oral traditions of the Wabanaki people passed down for thousands of years connect them to Acadia Naitonal Park where Koluskap (part trickster, part hunter-shaman) was said to have created the landscape protected in the park today. Despite the influence of missionaries, the modern day Chumach maintain ties to Channel Islands National Park with stories that describe how people came from a magic plant on Santa Cruz Island, and their connection with their dolphin brothers and sisters. Coastal tribes associated with Olympic National Park still perform a First Salmon Ceremony passed down through their ancestors to honor and give thanks to salmon returning from the sea. Coastal and Great Lakes national park areas preserve the landscapes that inspired spirituality in the people who made those places their homes. The National Park Service works with native groups today to provide access for traditional practices and help preserve oral tradition associated with these places. Although many traditional lifeways have disappeared, those that have persisted give us a window into the rich native heritage of this country that is intimately connected to the land and sea.

Reprinted from https://www.nps.gov/subjects/oceans/native-peoples.htm


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First Ever Camp Out at the Library

Come and grab a take and make kit! Kits contain a fun project, and each week will have a different focus. Might be art, might be STEAM, you'll have to pick one up to find out! We will have children's kits, as well as teen kits. Wednesdays, 5-7PM Thursdays, 10AM-12PM

The First Ever Camp Out will be out on the Library Meadow. Are you new to camping? We will provide the equipment and demonstrations in how to set up your campsite, how to pack it up for easy transport, what to cook for dinner and how to tell a good nighttime story. We will have games and food and we will sleep out under the stars, with a catered breakfast by the Lions Club Pancake Wagon on Sunday morning. The First Ever Camp Out celebrates our recent grant award from Colorado Parks & Wildlife Outdoor Equity Program. We are pleased to announce the upcoming addition of camping equipment to our Library of Things, available for check out for one week at a time. Tents, sleeping pads, camp kitchens and more will be included! Sat, Aug. 20, 5PM-Sun, Aug. 21, 10AM

Family Fun Night

Let's Talk About It: The Holly

Teen Programs Take & Make Kits

Come eat, play, and watch a movie! We will have food, as well as games set up for all ages to play prior to the Movie in the Meadow, which begins after dark. Sat, Aug. 6, 6:30-8PM

Movies in the Meadow

The season of outdoor movies is back! This summer join us on the lawn in front of the library for popcorn, snow-cones, and, most importantly, MOVIES! Bring chairs (or blankets) and join us for our 4th year of outdoor summer movies. The movie will begin after sunset. We look forward to seeing you! Ending the season will be the film about endless possibilities, "The Greatest Showman" Sat, Aug. 6, 8-10PM

Julian Rubinstein returns to the library with Terrance Roberts, protagonist of his book and new film, The Holly. This exploration into a Denver neighborhood undergoing gentrification and displacement of its long-time inhabitants brings into sharp focus the challenges facing American cities and towns in our times. Julian and Terrance will show clips of the film while discussing the pressures on young people due to gang influence, public opinion, the prevalence of gun violence and student activism. This program is for 12-19 year olds. We are honored to partner with TACAW in bringing Mssrs. Rubinstein and Roberts to the Roaring Fork Valley. Following the library program, TACAW will host a viewing of the documentary, a recent Audience Choice Award winner at Telluride's Mountainfilm. Thurs, Aug. 25, 4-5PM

Art for All Ages

Image from Teen Fly Fishing Clinic June 23

A program to encourage adults and kids to spend time doing art projects together. Bring your creativity; and lets explore the great world of art! In this program you can enjoy painting, drawing and quality time with others. This is designed for all ages. Sat, Aug. 27, 2-3PM

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Final chance to turn in your reading logs! To be included in the grand prize drawings, reading logs must be turned in by August 5th.

Babies & Preschoolers

Kids

Teens

• Strider Bike

• Mongoose Expo Youth

• GoPro HERO8

• Splash Mat • Water Table • Baby Float & Pool Toys

Scooter

• Lego Pirate Ship • Perler Beads Under the Sea Mega Activity Kit

• Kindle Fire 7 • Art Supplies • Prismacolor Premier

Colored Pencils • Winsor and Newton Promarker Brush Set • Strathmore Sketchbook • Sakura Micron Pens • Art Portfolio Carrying Bag • 17 Piece Sketch and Draw Art Pencil Kit

Turn in reading logs for small prizes through August 21st.


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LEARN ABOUT NATIVE AMERICANS' CONNECTION TO WATER We Are Water Protectors

The Water Walker By Joanne Robertson

By Carole Lindstrom Inspired by the many Indigenous-led movements across North America, We Are Water Protectors issues an urgent rallying cry to safeguard the Earth's water from harm and corruption.

Snail Girl Brings Water By Geri Keams A retelling of a traditional Navajo creation myth which explains how water came to earth.

all life on the planet.

This is the story of a determined Ojibwe Grandmother (Nokomis) Josephine Mandamin and her great love for Nibi (Water). Nokomis walks to raise awareness of our need to protect Nibi for future generations, and for

Nibi's Water Song By Sunshine Tenasco Nibi, a Native American girl, cannot get clean water from her tap or the river, so she goes on a journey to connect with fellow water protectors and get clean water for all.


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First Ever Camp Out at the Library

Come to the library's indoor gym to get out some of those wiggles! Our indoor gym includes tunnels, ball pits, toys and games and more! For ages 0-3. Fridays, 10-11AM

The First Ever Camp Out will be out on the Library Meadow. Are you new to camping? We will provide the equipment and demonstrations in how to set up your campsite, how to pack it up for easy transport, what to cook for dinner and how to tell a good nighttime story. We will have games and food and we will sleep out under the stars, with a catered breakfast by the Lions Club Pancake Wagon on Sunday morning. The First Ever Camp Out celebrates our recent grant award from Colorado Parks & Wildlife Outdoor Equity Program. We are pleased to announce the upcoming addition of camping equipment to our Library of Things, available for check out for one week at a time. Tents, sleeping pads, camp kitchens and more will be included! Sat, Aug. 20, 5PM-Sun, Aug. 21, 10AM

Tunes & Tales

Art for All Ages

Children's Programs Summer Performer: Foam Party with Ann Lincoln

For the final Summer Performer, Ann Lincoln, will make the Library lawn will disappear under a layer of foam and fun. Get ready to have a blast with music and biodegradable, hypoallergenic soap foam. Dance, sing and play the hour away. Tues, Aug. 2, 10-11AM

Outdoor Baby Gym

Get ready, get set, get wet! Our outdoor baby gym includes a baby pool, splash pad, water toys and a water table! For ages 0-3. Wednesdays, 10-11AM

Take & Make Kits

Come and grab a take and make kit! Kits contain a fun project, and each week will have a different focus. Might be art, might be STEAM, you'll have to pick one up to find out! We will have children's kits, as well as teen kits. Wednesdays, 5-7PM & Thursdays, 10AM-12PM

Indoor Baby Gym

Explore Oceans of Possibility during this musical storytime! Special guest reader Linda Slaybaugh will read stories while local musicians play along. Get your hands clapping as you enjoy this fan favorite event, back for another year. Thurs, Aug. 4 & 11, 10:30-11AM

Family Fun Night

Come eat, play, and watch a movie! We will have food, as well as games set up for all ages to play prior to the Movie in the Meadow, which begins after dark. Sat, Aug. 6, 6:30-8PM

Captain Pow vs. Pollutron

Set in a game-show challenge, Captain POW, a champion of environmental stewardship and Pollutron, a gas guzzling menace to natural habitats everywhere, go toe-to-toe in witty banter and combat about what causes climate change and how we can work together to combat it. Over three rounds of climate questions the protagonists address challenges facing our generation and generations to come, and takes on a hopeful note about the power we as humans have to save our planet. Tues, Aug. 16, 12-1PM

A program to encourage adults and kids to spend time doing art projects together. Bring your creativity; and lets explore the great world of art! In this program you can enjoy painting, drawing and quality time with others. This is designed for all ages. Sat, Aug. 27, 2-3PM


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FICTION

THE 6:20 MAN David Baldacci

SWITCHBOARD SOLDIERS Jennifer Chiaverini

THE BEST IS YET TO COME Katy Colins

THE DAUGHTER OF DOCTOR MOREAU Silvia Morena-Garcia

PORTRAIT OF AN RISING TIGER UNKNOWN WOMAN Brad Thor Daniel Silva

TWICE A QUINCEAÑERA Yamile Saied Mendez

THE LAST TO VANISH Megan Miranda

THE IT GIRL Ruth Ware

TOMORROW AND TOMORROW AND TOMORROW Gabrielle Zevin

NONFICTION

THE METAVERSE Matthew Ball

THE CARBON ALMANAC

DIRTBAG, MASSACHUSETTS Isaac Fitzgerald

LEADERSHIP Henry Kissinger

THE BIG LIE Jonathan Lemire

A LIFE IN LIGHT Mary Pipher

FRANCE: AN ADVENTURE HISTORY Graham Robb

INTO THE GREAT EMPTINESS David Roberts

THE MAN WHO COULD MOVE CLOUDS Ingrid Rojas Contreras

REBEL WITH A CLAUSE Ellen Jovin


ELEASES

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TEENS

KISSES FOR JET Joris Bas Backer

WAKE THE BONES Elizabeth Kilcoyne

GAMER GIRLS Mary Kinney

THE BAD GUYS: OPEN WIDE AND SAY ARRRGH! Aaron Blabey

NURA AND THE IMMORTAL PALACE M.T. Khan

HEAT WAVE TJ Klune

THE CHARMED LIST Julie Abe

KIDS

BOOKED Kwame Alexander

UNTIL THE END Derek Landy

MUMMIES IN THE MORNING Mary Pope Osborne

PICTURE BOOKS

ADA TWIST SCIENTIST THE WHY FILES: ALL ABOUT PLANTS Andrea Beaty

PIP AND ZIP Elana K Arnold

EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE Pauline David-Sax

MAMMOTH MATH David Macauley

REWILDING David A Steen

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Family Fun Night 8-10PM

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Microsoft Word Basics 5:15-7PM

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About It: The Final Revival of Opal & Nev

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About It: The Holly

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EVENTS, DATES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Check basaltlibrary.org/events-calendar for up to date info.

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