SCALA has planned another library tour for the spring semester!  The tour will take place on Saturday, April 22nd and we will be touring several libraries in the Denver area. The tour will begin at 10:00am and run until 4:00pm, though attendees are not required to stay for the entire tour. We will be visiting the library at the Denver Women's Correctional Facility (DWCF), the Stephen H. Hart Library & Research Center at History Colorado, and the Central Branch of Denver Public Library.

We'll be charging two new/like new picture books per student as an admission price for this tour!  The books will support the DWCF Read to the Children Project, which you can learn more about by clicking here.  During our tour, we'll get the chance to speak with women who have participated in the project and learn about its impact firsthand.  If this will be a difficulty for you, please reach out to  Thank you for supporting this important initiative to connect children and their parents!

To visit the DWCF, you'll also need to submit a copy of your current, valid driver's license.  Please email this to no later than Monday, April 3rd.

Please fill out this survey ASAP so we can help set up carpools and finalize arrangements!

* 1. First Name

* 2. Last Name

* 3. Will you be able to attend the Denver area library tour on Saturday, April 22nd?

* 4. At what email address would you like to be contacted?

* 5. Would you like to carpool if someone lived nearby you?

* 6. Would you prefer to eat lunch on your own or go to a restaurant as a group?

* 7. Would you like to attend the Denver area field trip for the entire day, or just for half of the day? Please specify your preference. Here is the schedule for the day:

10:00am: Denver Women's Correctional Facility Library (special)
11:30am: Lunch
1:00pm: Stephen H. Hart Library & Research Center at History Colorado (special)
2:30pm: Denver Public Library
approximately 3:30pm: tour ends

* 8. Please indicate that you have read and understand the following special conditions of this tour.

* 9. We need your help to tell the SCALA story!  Would you like to write a guest blog post about your experience on the tour, let us snag some video footage with a comment or two about your impressions, or perhaps you have another idea?  Let us know if you're interested!