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Local Resources

The Library

Located at 701 Manitou Ave. Manitou’s only library hosts many free community programs throughout the year. Built in 1911 by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation, the Manitou Springs Library join the Pikes Peak Library District in 2013. Check out some of their great programming below.

Library Lawn Concerts

Free live music on the library lawn every Tuesday evening starting at 7 pm from mid-June to the end of August.

Manitou Seed Library

Leave some seeds, take some seeds. The Manitou Seed Library exists to preserve high altitude, local heirloom varieties and to teach people how to save and pass on seeds.


Volunteer opportunities available at the Manitou Springs library for teens and adults.

programs & Classes

From knitting and book clubs to historic programs there's a lot going on in this little library on the hill.

Manitou Springs School District 14

Offers a “small town” educational environment and we are driven by “Relationships, Rigor, and Opportunity” as we serve our children and our communities. At Manitou Springs School District 14 we are proud of our success in meeting the needs of every student.

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Volunteer Opportunities

There’s plenty to do in Manitou Springs to lend a helping hand. Below is a list of organizations who often have volunteer positions available, contact them directly for more information by calling 719-685-5089, emailing, or clicking this link:


Saint Andrew’s Episcopal

808 Manitou Ave

Our Lady of Perpetual Help

(719) 633-8711
218 Ruxton Ave ​

Community Congregational

(719) 685-5255
103 Pawnee Ave

Manitou New Life

(719) 594-6602
455 El Paso Blvd ​


(719) 685-4121
512 Cañon Ave

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