Upcoming Events

Mar 1

CAL Legislative Committee

The CAL Legislative Committee is an advisory committee to the CAL Board on matters concerning first amendment rights and legislative actions affecting Colorado libraries, overseeing CAL lobbyists, and encouraging advocacy and education.

Mar 13

Intellectual Freedom Committee

The CAL Intellectual Freedom Committee serves to educate the Colorado library community about intellectual freedom principles and issues through programs, lectures, and publications.

Apr 5

CAL Legislative Committee

The CAL Legislative Committee is an advisory committee to the CAL Board on matters concerning first amendment rights and legislative actions affecting Colorado libraries, overseeing CAL lobbyists, and encouraging advocacy and education.

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Welcome to Colorado Association of Libraries!

The Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL) is the common bond, voice, and power for the library community. We are united to advocate for quality library services, support access to information, and foster the professional development of our members.

Latest News

February Update

House BB19-1048 (Election of Library Trustees) and SB19-048 (Protect Students from Harmful Materials) Killed in Committee!

January Update

Happy New Year! On behalf of the Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL), we would like to introduce you to the new board, our new association management firm, and some exciting volunteer opportunities.

Looking to Volunteer with CALCON 2019?

Click here to leave us your contact information, and we will get back to you with the time committment and details at the beginning of February. 

CAL New Professionals Interest Group - Career Workshop

CAL New Professionals Interest Group will be hosting a Career Workshop on Saturday, January 26, from 1-4 PM. Register here to reserve a spot!

2018 CAL Board Election Results

The 2018 CAL Board elections results are in. Check here to see the winners!

CALCON 2019 

The 2019 CALCON website is now live. Check here for updates, and don't forget the conferencerence committee is currently accepting session proposals