Currently by appointment only
Mondays: 1pm – 5pm
Tuesdays: 1pm – 5pm
Wednesdays: 1pm – 5pm
Thursdays: 1pm – 5pm
Fridays: 1pm – 5pm
Saturdays: 10am – 2pm
310 South Main Street
La Veta, Colorado. 81055
La Veta Library Services
The Library building is open to the public. However, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has required us to cancel all of our regularly-scheduled programs, events, and meetings. For now – we’ll start everything back up again as soon as it is safe to do so. Thank you for your patience!
Storytime Explorers – Wednesdays 10am during the school year – Stories, singing, and playtime for children age 4 and their carers.
Lectures, movie matinees, discussion series – Every other Thursday 2pm, October – May – Always something new and interesting
Tech training and tech help – Programs run throughout the year – Check the website for details
Summer Reading Program – June and July (kids’ activities on Wednesdays at 2pm) – Every year a new theme during the summer vacation. Exciting crafts and activities every Wednesday in June and July.
Two Peaks One Book – February and March – Adults’ reading program focused on a new theme and book with lectures, movies, and discussion groups throughout February and March.
Check out a State Parks pass, a bicycle, a DVD player, snowshoes, a telescope, and more! – Seasonal – Come in throughout the year to see what we’re offering.
La Veta Library History
- June 5. 1974 the Library opened as guests of La Veta’s Jail House. The running joke was we had the best read prisoners – as the old jail cell was the book storage area.
- First book purchased by the Library was “The La Veta Posse” by Eugene Vories in September 1974.
- September 1975 the library opened its doors at its current address 310 S. Main St.
- The Library was begun through the vision, work and donations of the community it serves. It has evolved over the years with major renovation in 1978, 1986, and 2006. It continues to exist because of the steadfast support of our local community.
Below is a selection of the most frequently-requested Library policies: