As promised, I hope to share the new twist on my life as a Mountain Mommy. I definitely am no expert, but I am enjoying life in Steamboat through new eyes. Little eyes that at times squint with laughter or stare wide at the marvel of all the snow. As the mother of a one-year old, winter days have taken on a new challenge and delight.
My latest discovery has been our local Bud Werner Memorial Library. This incredible facility has always intrigued me as a standard in our community. Suddenly, it has become a haven of adventure, discovery and toddler meet and greets. Between story time, the fish tank and the rows of books we are in a new world! Lucky for us, it’s a perfect escape on those blistery winter days. I feel so fortunate to have such a remarkable place to visit and share with my daughter.
The long heritage of our library dates back to the late 1800’s where it offered a taste of the world to settlers. Following the tragic death of Buddy Werner in 1965 the community rallied to raise funds to build a new building in honor of Steamboat’s beloved ski racer. Fast forward to 2008 where the newly expanded library offers more community space and more specifically a designated children’s library and reading room.
The library serves as much more than just a house for books. It is one of the many components that make Steamboat unique and full of the community spirit we adore. As I meet with other moms and we chat about our kids and their silly antics we are continuing to make community and if I’m honest, that is what it’s all about.
For more info on the Bud Werner Memorial Library visit:
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