The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office is initiating a series of public sessions to share information and gather public comment regarding the implementation of the new patent legislation called 'America Invents Act' that will affect individual inventors, businesses and entrepreneurs.
Denver Public Library - GVR Branch (4856 North Andes Ct.) and The Office of Economic Development/Workforce Development are offering the following job skills class to help increase your employability: Interviewing Skills: Designed to help customers improve interviewing techniques and market themselves effectively to employers. Customers will develop a customized 30-second commercial for job search interviews.
Location: Denver Public Library - GVR Branch (4856 North Andes Ct.) Meeting Room
Finding another income is critical for so many during these hard economic times. The audience will be introduced to traditional and non-traditional options, how to find a second job that fits, their benefits and disadvantages and the effect of work on SSI disability benefits.
Mondays, September 10, 17, 24, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Central Library, Level 1 Fresh City Lounge
Registration Opens August 27
Fresh City Life has been creating new knitters since Fall of 2004 with the aid of our expert knitting teachers and the relaxing multiple-night classes. This will be our last beginning knitting class of 2012. Learn the basics and we’ll help you move on to more advanced knitting as your confidence grows. All materials provided; $10 materials fee. Registration is required and will open on Monday, August 27.
Kindle owners- would you like to find out how to access library eBooks for free? Thinking about buying a Nook for a loved one? Did you know you can download audio eBooks directly to your iPhone, Android, or BlackBerry? A tech guru from DPL's Computer Technology Center will be at the Sam Gary Library to demonstrate the following: 10:00 - 10:30 Kindle; 10:30-11:00 Nook; 11-11:30 iPad and Android Tablets/Phones; 11:30-12 Audio eBooks. Be sure to bring along your laptop, tablet, or smartphone! Don't have a portable device? Show up anyway, and learn about the eMedia possibilities.
This program is for practicing English conversation. It will be geared towards intermediate to advanced English speakers, but others are welcome to come listen and contribute as they can. There will be crafts for children at the same time.
Este programa es para practicar tu habilidad de conversar en inglés. Es para las personas con nivel medio o avanzado de inglés, pero los hablantes de inglés con otras niveles de habilidad también pueden llegar para escuchar y participar tal como puedan. Habrá programas de manualidades para los niños al mismo tiempo.
Jacquelyn Benton will facilitate the viewing of two short films, “Jonathan Green’s ‘Seeking’” and “Down Yonder: The McIntosh County Shouters,” in preparation for the arrival of Jonathan Green and the McIntosh County Shouters to Denver in September. They will be here to take part in “The Water Brought Us: Passport to Africa in America,” a two-week exhibit that will showcase Gullah/Geechee history and culture.
Denver's exciting and diverse female singers come together for this night celebrating the fun, sexy and double-entendred music of the American songbook. Denver Public Library’s Fresh City Life plays host to this special event that highlights fine music and Denver’s most spectacular voices. When you hear Rosemary Clooney singing Too Old to Cut the Mustard and Mae West crooning A Guy What Takes His Time, you know both these ladies are telling two stories: the catchy song you’re listening to and the read-between-the-lines lyrics that might get you banned in Boston.