As the weather starts to cool down, you may be looking for some fall activities that let you stay nice and warm, while being inside. What better way to spend some indoor quality time, than at the library?
Did you know reading can help improve your memory and reduce stress? So, cozy up in a corner of the library to read a great book! If reading isn’t exactly your thing, the Boise Public Library puts on events and classes every week for all ages. From crafting events and puppet shows, to technology basics class, there will surely be an activity that sparks your interest. You can also borrow or download eBooks, magazines, music, CDs, DVDs, newspapers, and video games with a library card.
How? If you need a library card, it’s easy to get (and free)! You can apply online or in person and will get full access to all Boise Public Library events and books for one year. For more information about library cards, go here: https://www.boisepubliclibrary.org/info/library-cards/how-to-get-a-library-card/
Where? If you’re wondering where the closest Boise Public Library is to you, click here: https://www.boisepubliclibrary.org/locations/
When? To see specific classes, events, and times, check out this website: https://www.boisepubliclibrary.org/classes-events/calendar/#/?i=7
Need a snack while you’re reading? Try out these chocolate chip zucchini muffins!