Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Library Service Hours Change at Derby Resource Center

Temporary Service Available During Anythink Commerce City Renovations

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. –June 30, 2010–During the expansion and renovation construction project of the Rangeview Library District’s Anythink Commerce City, limited library services are available at the Derby Resource Center , located at 7270 Monaco Street , Commerce City , CO 80022 . Library customers can return library materials at this location, place holds, browse a changing collection of popular books and use computers.

Hours of operation for this service are now Monday and Thursday, 9 am-12 pm. Call 303-287-0063 for service information. Anythink in Motion, the district’s bookmobile, makes several weekly stops in Commerce City and surrounding areas as well. They are as follows:

McDonald’s, 1-2 pm
10400 Belle Creek Blvd.
Commerce City, CO 80640

Reunion Rec Center, 2:30-4 pm
17410 E. Parkside Dr. N.
Commerce City, CO 80022


Fronterra Village at Second Creek Elementary School , 9-10:30 am
9950 Loredo Dr.
Commerce City, CO 80022

Lester Arnold High School, 1-2:15 pm
6500 E. 72nd Ave.
Commerce City, CO 80022

Commerce City Rec Center,
2:30-3:30 pm
6060 E. Parkway Dr.
Commerce City, CO 80022

Monaco Park, 5-6 pm
5700 Monaco Park
Commerce City, CO 80022

Visit for a complete bookmobile schedule.

Anythink Commerce City renovations will include a 2,300-square-foot addition to the existing building with a new entry plaza facing the corner of 72nd and Monaco ; a children’s pavilion, computer lab and teen area; and a reading nook with fireplace looking out onto a small enclosed garden. The children’s pavilion will include glass walls looking out onto an outdoor children’s area and the coveted cottonwood tree, which has been a part of the site since before the original library was built. Renovations are scheduled for completion in fall 2010.

About AnythinkTM
Anythink is a new style of library – a place of unlimited imagination, where play inspires creativity and lifelong learning. Rangeview Library District serves the residents of Adams County with six Anythink libraries and Anythink in Motion – the district’s mobile library. Construction and renovations are underway on three existing libraries, all scheduled to open in 2010-2011. For more information, go to

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