About the Burlington Public Library
The Burlington Public Library brings many opportunities and resources to our community that many residents would otherwise not have access to, such as:
- Board games
- Books for all ages
- The Burlington Record
- Cake pans
- Coffee bar
- Computers for public use
- Crafts and toys
- Friendly staff
- Interlibrary loan
- Juvenile Non-fiction
- Large print books
- Local history resources
- Participating Colorado Library Card (CLC)
- Quiet places for study
- Read and relax
- Step up to reading books
- Story time (Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.)
- Summer reading program
- Youth audio books
- Wireless access
Our catalog is now available to view online. Please feel free to browse, place holds, and renew your books.
If patrons would like to be able to utilize this service, please visit with library staff to receive your login credentials. All requests must be made in person, as patron information can not be released via phone.
Toddler Story Time
Mondays at 10:30 a.m.
Perfect for kids from 0 to 3. Join the librarian in singing classic children songs, reading books from our collection, hearing classic children stories, and playing with manipulative toys. You never know what to expect at Toddler Story Time. This program is completely free, parents are required to participate.
Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m.
Perfect for high school students and adults. Join the library in playing some Euro-style board games. Think, plan, and scheme your way to victory. Or maybe we work together to beat the zombies and stop the evil that has been unleashed in the world. From Dungeons and Dragons to X-Wing, from Ticket to Ride to Scythe. This program is completely free.
Classic Story Time
Perfect for kids from 3 to 5. Join the librarian for the classic Story Time you remember from your childhood. The program opens with a hand-selected book from our collection, and then kids and parents are directed on how to make a craft at their level with a theme from the book. This program is completely free, parents are required to participate.
Typically geared towards upper elementary and junior high students, kids learn new skills and create an interesting craft every week. The craft changes weekly, and you can see what we are making by calling the library or visiting us. Signing up before Friday is HIGHLY encouraged so supplies can be gathered. Space can be limited, and if you are not signed up you may not be able to participate. Parents are expected to participate, and there may be fees for materials.
The Burlington Public Library is pleased to announce that ebooks are now available via Cloud Library! Patrons can obtain their login credentials by visiting the library.
Technology Available for Checkout
Telescope, Microscope, GPS Unit, Makey-Makey, Action Camera