Library offers reading tips based on tattoos

Library offers reading tips based on tattoos

Durango library offers reading recommendations based on tattoos ◄
Tattoo artist Brian Loring displays a traditional tattoo on his arm Tuesday at Blue Tiger Tattoo. The Durango Public Library has started offering book, movie and music recommendations based on a patron’s tattoos.
Durango Public Library Assistant Director Colleen Galvin examines a graphic novel Tuesday, the kind of book she said may be of interest to some readers with bold, traditional tattoos.
Durango Public Library Assistant Director Colleen Galvin holds an “I Love Durango Public Library” button made in a classic tattoo style as part of the promotion for the library’s new service suggesting books, movies and music to patrons based on their tattoos.
Tattoo artist Bob Lyon displays a tattoo on Tuesday at Blue Tiger Tattoo. Tattoo artist Martin La Casee created the tattoo and named it after Lyon. Lyon can take advantage of the Durango Public Library’s new service suggesting books, movies and music to patrons based on their tattoos.
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The Durango Public Library, 1900 East Third Ave., is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday. It is closed Sundays.
While the tattoo promotion, including temporary tattoos, ends Nov. 10, librarians will continue to offer recommendations for books, movies and music based on tattoos on an ongoing basis.

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Library offers reading tips based on tattoos

Tattoo artist Brian Loring displays a traditional tattoo on his arm Tuesday at Blue Tiger Tattoo. The Durango Public Library has started offering book, movie and music recommendations based on a patron’s tattoos.
Durango Public Library Assistant Director Colleen Galvin examines a graphic novel Tuesday, the kind of book she said may be of interest to some readers with bold, traditional tattoos.
Durango Public Library Assistant Director Colleen Galvin holds an “I Love Durango Public Library” button made in a classic tattoo style as part of the promotion for the library’s new service suggesting books, movies and music to patrons based on their tattoos.
Tattoo artist Bob Lyon displays a tattoo on Tuesday at Blue Tiger Tattoo. Tattoo artist Martin La Casee created the tattoo and named it after Lyon. Lyon can take advantage of the Durango Public Library’s new service suggesting books, movies and music to patrons based on their tattoos.
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