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A chance to meet wonderful, involved people who serve our community to insure Bemis Library and the Littleton Museum remain vital links to our future…and our past

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The Library

The Edwin A. Bemis Public Library is a community gathering place used for meeting the informational, educational, recreational, and cultural needs of Littleton citizens.

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The Museum

The nationally-renowned Littleton Museum includes a main building with 4 galleries; 2 living history farms; and 20 historic buildings.

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Wednesday Night – Summer Concerts at the Littleton Museum

  The Concerts at the Littleton Museum are underway for 2016 – each wednesday evening at 7 pm. June 15 thru August 3rd on wednesday, with a final concert on August 21, Sunday, during Western Welcome Week. Wednesday night concerts are held on the front lawn of Littleton Museum and are free to the public. […]

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Bringers Of Swing. July 6th

BRINGERS OF SWING. July 6th, 2016 Vocalist Bob Harris along with some of the Denver region’s most seasoned musicians, performs the best in swing, blues and R&B music from the 30s-50s, perfect for listeners and dancers alike.

Wednesday night concerts are held on the front lawn of Littleton Museum and are free to the public. Shows […]

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Double Bills. July 13

Double Bills Double Bill’s is a local Denver acoustic duo that plats all your favorite Classic Rock & Blues songs along with some of today’s favorite hits. Bill Owens and Billy D’Vette have been playing for over 30 years. Wednesday night concerts are held on the front lawn of Littleton Museum and are free to […]

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The Friends

The Friends of the Littleton Library and Museum is a group of people who provide financial and volunteer support for the Edwin A. Bemis Public Library and the Littleton Museum. The Friends have provided on-going support since 1963.