Join Anna Frances, RN, Certified Hypnotherapist as she talks about techniques for natural relaxation. Learn about hypnosis in general then practice a simple technique for achieving light trance and relaxation. Self hypnosis is safe and easy to learn. Come and enjoy a fun, relaxing evening.
Learn some basics of acrylic painting! You'll get step-by-step instruction and go home with your own masterpiece. Perfect for beginners, or anyone who feels like dabbling in some paint. We won't get too messy, but it's a good idea to wear something you don't mind getting paint on, just in case. All art supplies are provided. Registration required 720-865-0120
April is National Poetry Month, so let's celebrate! Join poet Marilyn Raff as she guides you through exercises and writing tips to stimulate your imagination and give your poems a "kick". We'll explore how to use the senses, and how to be specific with word choices.
Join us for a tea party with Molly Brown as she traces her life from her early childhood in Hannibal, Missouri to Leadville, Colorado where she met and married J.J., and finally to her days of glory in Denver and New York.
Jared Orsi, Associate Professor at Colorado State University will discuss his new book, which provides the first modern biography of soldier and explorer Zebulon Pike. Join us for a fun evening learning about the explorer for whom Pikes Peak was named.
Join Meighan Meeker, Professional Organizer and Owner of Simply Put Organizational Solutions of the Home as she shares her favorite tips on how to organize and maximize your kitchen and pantry space. We welcome you to bring specific challenges you may have at your home to discuss and find solutions with the group.
Large Classroom, Community Technology Center - Level 4
Going back to school as an adult can be stressful; research techniques may have changed since the last time you were a student. In part two of this two-part series, we will learn how to: use library print and database resources for test preparation; get help with technology questions; find the best internet resources for writing, citation, note taking, and study skills; learn about plagiarism and how to avoid it; employ the help of a librarian when working on research projects.
Meeting every fourth Saturday of the month in the basement Community Room.
We welcome any booklover interested in reading English-language works by Latina and Latino authors. For more information, visit: http://www.lascomadres.org. Under the Subscribe and Events tabs, click on Book Club sign up and view the books for upcoming months.
The January book selection is, Hunting Season: Immigration and Murder in an All-American Town by Mirta Ojito.