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Douglas County Libraries Birthday Parties

Celebrate your child’s birthday with Douglas County Libraries!

Our two-hour birthday parties incorporate the love of stories and play for kids ages 2-12 in three fun themes: Once Upon a Time, Fantasy and Folklore, and Things That Roar. And dress-up is encouraged!  

Simply choose the library location for your party — Castle Pines, Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker, or Roxborough — and our professional event planners will handle the party planning and legwork for you.

All themed birthday party packages include:

  • Stress-free planning and on-site coordination
  • Custom invitations that you may email to guests and thank-you notes for use after the party
  • Party decor
  • Party setup and cleanup
  • Age-appropriate activities, including crafts and Storytime
  • Goody bags for guests, including age-appropriate toys and snacks
  • Birthday lollipop bouquet
  • Gift book for the birthday girl or boy

Take the stress out of planning your child’s birthday party by letting Douglas County Libraries do it for you! Birthday parties are offered on Saturdays and Sundays from 2:30–4:30 PM and cost $195 for up to 12 children (including the birthday girl/boy).

For more information or to book a party, visit DCL.org/birthday-parties or call (303) 688-7605.

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"Rowan's birthday party was fantastic! Frank and his helpers were wonderful and we were so impressed. We received so many compliments on the party and we owe it all to you and your team! Thank you for creating such a special day for our little girl." –Mollie D. 

"It was one of the best birthday parties we’ve had! [The library] did so many activities and supplied everything! They even did setup and takedown and helped us to the car with our stuff. If you’re looking for a good place to have a birthday, check them out!" –Jessica M. via Facebook

"The library does birthday parties! Michael took care of everything — literally didn’t even let me cut the cake. [The kids] did three activities (made a dinosaur hat, a picture frame, and a bookmark). They dressed up for a photo booth and got a Polaroid picture. They provided custom cookies, party favors with snacks and toys, did singing and dancing and stories. Highly recommend!" –Bri M. via Facebook