Upcoming Programs:

2018 Winter Reading Challenge

The Winter Reading Challenge is back and bigger than ever! This year's program starts January 1 and runs through March 31. To celebrate the Friends and the Foundation's 40th anniversary, this year's program will have 40 different challenges. Adults and teens can print off a log or pick one up at the library. For every four challenges that participants compete, they will receive an entry into prize drawings. We will be having drawings weekly for small prizes and all entries go into the drawing for our grand prize!

You can receive an extra entry for posting about what you're reading on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) and either tagging the library or using the hashtag #ACPLWinterReads.

The reading log is available by clicking here. Be sure to get both pages! 

Seed Stratification Workshop

January 27, 9am

A workshop lead by master gardener Helen Coates. Now is the perfect time to a get a jump on Spring and start plant seeds for next year's gardening season. Join us for a free, hands-on workshop where Helen will share tips, techniques and seeds to allow you to learn how to cold-stratify perennial seeds and plant them. 


Weekly Programs:

Free Stress Relief Clinics

Tuesdays, 12pm

The Laramie Free Stress Relief Clinics are a resource that uses group ear acupuncture as formulated by the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA). Ear acupuncture treatment helps to relieve stress, reduce cravings for drugs and alcohol and is in general an excellent tool for people in recovery. It is also helpful for balancing our mental health and in the aftermath of a traumatic experience. Everyone is welcome!


The Game Bazaar

Tuesdays, 7pm

Discover a world of games at the Game Bazaar, a weekly tabletop gaming event for all ages.

Zero Zone Yoga

Fridays, 10:15 am 

At 10:15 am every Friday, we host a free yoga class open to all ability levels. Just bring a yoga mat!

High Plains Seed Library Work Days

Second Saturday, 9am 

Once a month, we get together and clean and package donated seeds to enter into our Seed Library. We rely on volunteers to get new varieties added so that they can be checked out by community members! 


Book Clubs:

ACPL has many book clubs that cover various genres. Click here for the schedule and upcoming book club picks.



Computers for Beginners/Search the Internet Classes

Next Class: Every third Thursday of the month at 1PM at the Eppson Center for Seniors


Additional Resources

We Deliver

Permanently or temporarily homebound patrons can have books delivered to them. Large print and audio books available! Please call Tyler Brown at 307-721-5566 to set up a visit.