"In the past, people buying coverage directly from an insurer could generally sign up any time of the year as long as they got through the medical underwriting process that insurers used to evaluate applicants. Not anymore." (see this Denver Post article for more)
1) As the end of March draws near, Connect For Health Colorado (CFHC) wants everyone to know that open enrollment is ending for health insurance throughout the state.
The Denver Public Library's Plaza program has partnered with the Art Students League of Denver to offer ArtC, a collaborative workshop series designed to challenge immigrants of all ages to create their own art, respond to the ideas that art conveys, and experiment with new techniques and materials to showcase the many voices of our global community.
Scroll down to check out our latest video from Case Drury, featuring artist Tom Mazzullo!
Here at the Children's Library, storytime isn't just about books. We follow each of our Tales for Twos and Preschool Storytimes with a craft in our craft room. Crafting not only encourages creativity, but it also develops early literacy skills that will help children learn to read when they get older.
I’m not sure about you, but I miss seeing Neil deGrasse Tyson on NOVA. Good news! He revamped Carl Sagan’s Cosmos and it is airing on Fox (KDVR 31) starting this Sunday at 8. It’s been a great year and a half for science documentaries and books, so if you need more geek in your week, here’s a list:
March is Sing With Your Child month, so break out in a joyous song. Even if you can't carry a tune, your child won't mind. In fact, they'll probably love your singing and make you feel like a singing sensation.
Hushpuppy is her name and she is the definition of bravery!
She has the biggest heart and is the bravest of the brave! Hushpuppy is a girl who can change the world and is a child who can show you how beautiful life is. Beasts of the Southern Wild tells the tale of struggle, pain, loss, perseverance, and bravery.
For the librarians on the Personalized Reading List team, making custom lists is one of the best parts of our job! We've been going strong for over a year now and, to date, we've completed over 400 personalized lists for our customers. Each list is unique, consisting of titles hand-selected by a librarian based on that customer's preferences. If you haven't requested your list yet, we want you to know what you're missing! Each month in this new column, we'll feature a recently-created list to give you a taste of what to expect from this new service.
Maisha I shares her life story in her book, Journey to I, encouraging others to never give up and to find the winning strength within themselves. Dr. Bryant honors the creativity of parents with her book, Original African American Names: Undefined. Each author shares the inspirational and empowering feeling when meaning is rendered from one’s name. Stop by and join us for what promises to be an interesting afternoon.
We are learning to knit at the Montbello Library! During our Monday evening Plaza programming, our knitting circle takes over the storytime room with our yarn and needles. We are a diverse group of adults, teenagers, and a few children, and it’s a lot of fun getting to know each other.
We’re learning the basics of knitting, and one of our members has offered to teach us all to crochet, too. Some of our kids have even been sewing toys out of felt! We’ve been meeting for a couple of months now, and many of us have finished our very first knitting and sewing projects.