Denver Central Library is closing for two weeks

Some services will still be available to the public.

Inside the Denver Central Library's new area for children. April 27, 2022.

Inside the Denver Central Library's new area for children. April 27, 2022.

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The Denver Central Library will close for two weeks starting Jan. 22.  And yes, that sadly also includes the very cool children’s library within.

During the two-week closure, services that are currently available to the public will be moved from the first floor’s south side to its the north side – which means the Broadway entrance will be closed.

Once the services have been moved, patrons will be able to use a temporary entrance between 13th and 14th avenues, facing the Denver Art Museum.

Books and other titles will be available through the hold pick up window and curbside service area on 13th Avenue.

Ongoing renovations are part of the Elevate Denver bond that voters approved in 2017.

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