The Prenda Code Club platform lets kids, teens, or adults go at their own pace and work on projects that are interesting to them. Through numerous tutorials and projects, users will gain the skills necessary to build websites, video games, apps, animations, programs, and more.
RMPBS is continuing their distanced learning content on the TV. The new season of Colorado Classroom will feature daily literacy, science and math lessons for K-3 children and their families. New episodes begin September 7 on Rocky Mountain PBS and online. Any printed materials can be picked up at the library. Schedule: 8am-10am, Mon-Fri.
Pine River Library is happy to re-introduce Digital Magazines! RBDigital offers over 2000+ magazine choices! RBDigital requires that you make an account with username and password the first time you log in using your library card.
Pine River Library is delighted to announce a partnership with Kanopy to offer streaming video for our patrons for the first time! Sign up with your library card and start enjoying curated, streaming movies today!
Enjoy access to the award-winning coverage of the New York Times newspaper from the comfort of the library, your own home, or even on-the-go! Click the link from home and use your library card number and name to gain access. From the library campus, grab the WiFi, then go to www.nytimes.com/register to get access.
A to Z Food America is a database unlike any other on the market today. From regional cookbooks to an exploration of America's culinary heritage, from fun collections of historic cookbooks and old-fashioned television commercials to "how to" food preparation videos, A to Z Food America has something sure to educate and entertain everyone.