Movies, Crafts, and Scandals!

Movies and the Meaning of Life
Fairmount Heritage Foundation

Ready for another Fresh City Life My Branch program? Get involved this week!

Local author Wayne Omura discusses his book Movies and the Meaning of Life: The Most Profound Films in Cinematic History on Tuesday, April 16 at 6 p.m. at the Ross-University Hills Branch.

Saturday, April 20 brings many opportunities for crafting, learning, and cooking:

Learn Where Denver's Scandals Are Buried at 11 a.m. at the Sam Gary Branch. The Fairmount Heritage Foundation will show you how the Victorians were not as prudish as you might think! Sex, bribery, and other crimes of early Denver were taken to the grave in Denver's Fairmount Cemetery--learn the stories!

Already know how to knit, but need some inspiration? Sylvia Montoya will help you gather ideas for Knitted Gifts at the Ross-Broadway Branch at 2 p.m. Bring chunky yarn and size 15 needles. Please register: 720-865-0135 or fclmybranch@denverlibrary.org.

Learn the Art of Printmaking with My Art Workshop at 2 p.m. at the Schlessman Family Branch. Please register: 720-865-0000 or fclmybranch@denverlibrary.org.

Do you want to cook for yourself, but hate the idea of eating leftovers for weeks? Monica Kadillak will give you some inspiring, scaled down recipes in Cooking for One or Two at 3 p.m. at the Ross-University Hills Branch. You're worth a healthy, homemade meal! Recipes and samples included.

For more Fresh City Life My Branch inspiration, check out the complete schedule. Look for the May/June brochures in your local library!

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