Learn about the women, well-behaved and not, who have made history in Colorado. Fairmount volunteers Joan & Garry O'Hara will be your guides for this slide show through the history of Colorado's notable women.
Mr. Hall's book is a memoir of his days as the world's first parachuting mining engineer. He completed over 1800 jumps in his 60 years and has received many awards and honors for his parachuting innovations. Mr. Hall is a retired Colorado Air National Guard Brigadier General and was inducted into the Colorado Aviation Hall of Fame in 1985. See pictures from his adventures and find out more about him on his website.
In her novel, St. Joan draws from her extensive travels and research to share with readers a compelling portrait of the compelling, heartbreaking, and sometimes terrifying lives of the women and men in the social, political, and religious maze that is Pakistan. St. Joan is an award-winning poet, travel writer, teacher, and lawyer. She has worked as a county judge, a law professor, and a child and human rights advocate. My Sisters Made of Light is her first novel.
Whether you're interested in crafts, safe driving, helping others by donating blood, or learning how you can keep chickens in your yard, Fresh City Life My Branch has something for you this week!
There are several options for you crafty folks. On Tuesday, March 1 at 10 a.m., the Bear Valley Branch will be hosting Sit 'n Knit, a group sure to please any fiber maven. Both experienced knitters and beginners are welcome to share their knowledge and learn something new. Fiber hosts are Kathy Orth and Charlotte Updike.
Denver Master Gardener Barbara Masoner will share how she grows food throughout the year. Learn how to build a cold frame in your own yard. It's cheap, it's easy, and it provides fresh greens even during the winter!
Want to learn more about growing your own food, either throughout the year or in a small space? Check out some of these titles:
Lindsay Karson, owner of Greater Good Foods, LLC, will answer your questions about how food travels from the farm or factory to the consumer and help you make informed decisions while shopping local food businesses in Colorado. Brought to you by Denver Urban Homesteading.
Want to learn more about the farm to table philosophy of shopping, cooking, and eating? Check out some of these titles:
Do you or a loved one have questions about gluten? What is it? Who is affected by it? What are the medical implications of undiagnosed gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease? ;These questions and more will be answered in this presentation by Lindsay Karson, owner of Greater Good, LLC. She will answer your questions and increase your awareness about this common protein.
Want to learn more about gluten-free diets or find some recipes? Try these: