The Underground Music Showcase is the largest Indie Rock Music Festival in the Rocky Mountains. Taking place at 30 different venues all along South Broadway over four days, July 22 - July 25, there will be more than 250 bands, local artists, burlesque dancers, comedians and droves of music lovers. This is the 10th year the Denver Post has put on this grand event.
Tired of just talking about setting goals? Join us at the newly renovated Ross-Cherry Creek branch library as Jane Diamond helps you get inspired this Saturday, July 17 at 10:30am.
Jane Diamond, owner of Memories, Magic and More, will help you create a vision page using magazines, catalogs, and scrapbooking tools. When you hang this collage in a place where you will see it daily, your goals will begin to take shape!
Learn more about goal-setting, collaging, and scrapbooking with the wide array of materials the library has to offer!
No Cable? No Problem. The library has many TV series for you to watch at home! Cartoon Network features hilarious animated programs that are fun for the whole family. Adult Swim shares channel space with Cartoon Network and features animated programs that are best left for after the kids are in bed.
July 12, 1979 - The infamous "Disco Demolition" took place in Chicago's Comiskey Park. This stunt, blowing up a dumpster full of disco records, turned into a mass riot which resulted in many injuries and arrests. Organizers failed to recognize the appeal of the event, and were swarmed with as many as 80,000 people screaming and hurling their records!
No Cable? No Problem! The library has a premium selection of TV shows! The SyFy Channel, formerly simply the Sci-Fi Channel, produces many TV miniseries, films and quality television programming. Their newest show, Haven, is based on the Stephen King novel, The Colorado Kid.
No Cable? No Problem! The library has a premium selection of TV shows! While Showtime is known primarily for showing films and sports, they have also created some unique and compelling original series.