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Online Resources

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  • Here's just a few

  • TumbleBook Library is an online collection of animated,talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading in a format they'll love. Kids, TumbleBook Library is now on the children's computers in the library or you can explore TumbleBook Library from your computer at home.
  • PebbleGo - A Free Online Resource for Kids - also available on the library's children computers or access from home.
  • OneClick Digital
  • Free downloadable audiobooks
  • 3M Cloud Library - Free downloadable e-books and audiobooks.

  • Mechanics will love the convenience of this new database. Search from anywhere, anytime as long as you have a library card from us.
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  • Sanborn Maps
  • Detailed, historic property and land-use maps from 1867-1970 covering Colorado towns and cities. Available only on Library computers.
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    HeritageQuest provides a collection of genealogy materials for tracing family history from the convenience of your home.
  • Note: to enter, barcode is alamosa
  • Colorado Grants Guide: A comprehensive resource that includes up-to-date profiles of national foundations, Colorado foundations, trusts, corporations, state agencies and religious institutions. Note: For free use, you must access this from our public computers at the library.

Alamosa Public Library News



The San Luis Valley Origami group (also known as SALVO) meets September 19, 2015 @ 10:00. See you there! See us on Facebook:

Parents please accompany your children.




2015 Summer Reading Program this summer in June - July


"Messages from the Hidden Lake"

The 7th edition of "Messages from the Hidden Lake" is now in the editing phase.

If you haven't bought your set yet, the 6 editions are now $50 set or $10 each.



Mormon Trail Digitization Project

Old Mormon Trails, Colorado:
Southern Peaks Public Library received a grant from the Colorado Digitization Program (CDP)  for a scan center in the library! We had scanned historical photos of early Mormon settlers that you can access from the Heritage West Database.  See what we have digitized! Browse collections using Southern Peaks Public Library in the search line. (Southern Peaks Public Library is now Alamosa Public Library, but to search this site, use our old name.)


Historic Downtown Alamosa - Alamosa Uptown and River Association (AURA) see this website for Historic Preservation Projects and more.