Jefferson County Public Library’s Hello World series spotlights creativity, culture and the human experience

Creativity is an integral part of the human experience and a common theme in all cultures around the globe. Hello World brings the artistic achievements of peoples from near and far to Jefferson County for authentic, engaging cultural experiences.

The series begins at the Conifer Library on Saturday, June 8, opens a new window with an interactive live show presented by the pop and hip-hop group, 2MX2. Meet the band, learn about the Latino roots that guide them and enjoy a performance.

On July 20, Bianca Mikahn with CreativeU, opens a new window presents a workshop at the Golden Library designed to explore and celebrate the creative voice!

August 10 brings the Kusogea Nobi Drum Ensemble, opens a new window to the Bookmobile at Ken Caryl and take participants on a journey of rhythm, songs and movement that spans the globe.

Cleo Parker Robinson presents Anansi the Spider at the Evergreen Library on September 14, opens a new window, then brings the Cleo Parker Robinson Youth Ensemble to Standley Lake Library to perform the multicultural Granny Dances to a Holiday Drum on November 9, opens a new window.

The Fiesta Colorado Dancers celebrate the diverse cultural richness of Mexico and Spain through dance, music and art at Lakewood Library on October 19, opens a new window, and Arvada Library on December 14, opens a new window.

For a complete listing of Hello World events, visit, opens a new window.