The Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library has become a community destination for the people in Broomfield, CO. The minute we open we have young children rushing to get to the play area. Our space is well loved and maintained by our community. Rain or shine, we have families playing, finding books and attending programs in the Children's Library. Children feel great pride when they pick up their toys and receive a sticker for doing so, which gives librarians an opportunity to greet parents and talk about our many library programs. We have noticed many friendships blossoming in the play area. People who do not normally meet in their regular social circles see each other at the library and talk with one another about a shared experience-- raising young children. Becoming a Family Place Library has also positioned us as a partner with other family serving agencies in the community. Through these connections, we are able to provide additional opportunities for patrons and staff. Our Parent Child Workshops are well attended and many patrons comment that they would recommend this program to other families. Most of all, parents find great value in playing one-on-one with their toddlers and receiving support from our community experts during the Parent Child Workshop. The library as a whole works together to provide a space and services that are welcoming to all. Patrons are generous with their appreciation for our library. "I've been to many libraries. Since going to this one, I have never gone back to another." "You won't find a nicer, cleaner, community involved library anywhere."; "The people are so friendly and helpful. They have so many programs for all ages. I really can't say enough."; "More than just a library, community involvement is a great success here."