Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) City Preparedness Update
The City & County of Denver is working with local, state and federal partners to provide the public with accurate information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Two ways you can sign up:
Just signed up for your "first" MY Denver Card? Stop by one of our Denver recreation centers to take a photo and pick up your card, then your benefits will be activated. Cards are not mailed out.
Already have a MY Denver Card? Stop by one of our Denver recreation centers to ensure your benefits are activated.
The MY Denver Card replaces any previously-issued card from Denver Public Library. To activate library privileges, present your MY Denver Card at any Denver Public Library location.
ACTIVITIES and EVENTS
|ideaLAB: Located in the Denver Central Library, this state-of-the-art digital media center provides teens access to professional-level equipment and software to create and record music and videos, explore digital art and create video games. Learn more.|
|Reading Rocket Bookmobiles: Can’t get to a Library? No problem! Every week, we visit 25 schools across the city providing books and materials. Anyone can climb on board and browse at any Reading Rocket stop.
View the schedule.
|After School is Cool: One of Denver Public Library’s goals is to provide safe, enjoyable learning experiences for children. This program provides activities designed specifically for kids at Athmar Park, Green Valley Ranch, Pauline Robinson, Valdez-Perry and Westwood branch libraries.|
|Summer of Reading: This is our signature summer program, which encourages reading throughout the summer by providing fun incentives and offering free programs and events.|
All Denver Public Library locations offer public computers and WiFi. Locate your nearest library or call 720-865-1363.
Denver recreation centers offer both structured and drop-in activities for MY Denver cardholders when school is out. This could include afterschool, during school breaks and some evening and weekend fun!
Programs are available in a safe environment and are designed to contribute to the academic and social development of all children and youth. Activities vary, falling under five categories:
Cardholders can access any of Denver's 24 recreation centers, including 13 indoor swimming pools, and 16 outdoor pools, which are open during the summer months, all at no cost. The MY Denver Card also provides an awesome variety of "structured" programs led by qualified staff members at 24 recreation centers. Select the center of your choice to view the activity calendar and go have some fun!
|Aztlan||Green Valley Ranch||La Familia||Stapleton
||Harvard Gulch||Montbello||St. Charles|
|Cook Park||Hiawatha Davis Jr.||Rude||Washington Park|
Visit Denver Parks and Recreation for additional program and membership information.
Take a trip with friends or family to any of Denver's cultural and seasonal facilities listed below. Our partners offer free admission to exhibits, programs, activities and events at no cost to MY Denver cardholders. Restrictions and limitations vary for each site. Visit our partners online to learn how you can use your MY Denver Card at their facility!
of Western Art
Museum and Grave
|Denver Center for
the Performing Arts
|Denver Museum of
Nature & Science
Contemporary Art Denver
|Museo de las
|Southwest Rink at
Thanks to Denver voters’ overwhelming support of Measure 2A in 2012, the city is equipped to eliminate its budget deficit, restore essential services and move Denver forward. Our plan to Deliver Denver's Future is made possible by these critical investments and will allow Denver to deliver a smart, 21st century city that is built on a solid financial foundation with good jobs, healthy children, accessible libraries and safe streets. Learn more.