Peter Roper of the Denver Bicycle Cafe will cover all the basics you need to know to maintain your bike, including air, brakes, chain, fixing and cleaning your bike, and the tools and parts you need. Special emphasis on getting your bike ready for winter riding, and what you need to know to keep on cycling through all seasons!
Staff from Colorado's Butterfly Pavilion will be bringing live invertebrates and presenting a fascinating slide show full of fun animal facts! Learn all about their residents--including insects, spider, and their diverse relatives--as you "take a walk" through the Pavilion.
Founder of Colorado Pure Essentials and lifelong entrepreneur Destiny Faithe will motivate you to start your own small business. Learn how to take your business from idea to open.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, this class has been canceled. Please see the calendar for other small business classes, or check out BizBoost: http://www.denverlibrary.org/bizboost for more help!
The Denver Public Library has amazingly sophisticated ways to help businesses and nonprofits for FREE! Want to analyze the demographic makeup of people who live within one mile of your business, church, or school? We'll show you how!
Whether you run a small retail establishment, display your wares at craft shows, or help with a school's book fair, chances are you do some merchandising and displays. Learn from an industry expert, FloraJane DiRienzo of Whole Foods, what makes for an eye-catching customer experience and thus profit for you.
This class introduces students to yoga through gentle movement and breath awareness. We will answer any questions that students may have about the practice of yoga, including the benefits of doing the practice and what style and class might be the right fit for you.
This senior fitness class is designed to increase strength, range of movement, agility, balance, and coordination to improve participant's functional capacities, physical fitness level, and sense of well-being.
Making homemade bread--with yeast!--is relatively simple. You'll learn how easy and satisfying it can be to make bread at home. We'll demonstrate several methods, both new and traditional. Recipes and samples included. Fear not--you can do this at home!
Surprise family and friends with your new cake decorating skills just in time for fall festivities. Basic fondant, coloring, and piping techniques will be demonstrated. Please register: 720-865-0135 or email@example.com.