Join us for refreshments and a spirited discussion. Share your favorite authors and titles, and catch up on new releases and other news. This month’s pick is The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America by Erik Larson.
Join us and create your own terrarium using recycled jars, tiny plants and other adorable embellishments. Each person will leave with an easy-to-care-for miniature garden. Perfect for all levels of garden aficionados!
Use pressed flowers and fall leaves to transform a little box, a button, or other small objects into unique creations of your own. Enjoy this relaxing activity accompanied by soft background music. Take home a couple of treasures to keep, or to give as one-of-a-kind gifts.
For 3000 years, the Lamas of Tibet have been sharing a series of four simple standing exercises that help improve balance, vitality, strength, peace of mind and regeneration. This introduction to Tai' Chi Gung class presents these exercises with a detailed explanation by Master David Paul about how they can be used to improve health and vitality in a busy life.
Learn tips and secrets to extreme savings in a free coupon class taught by Authorized Couponing Instructor, Erin Lamberte. You will learn couponing secrets pros use to slash your grocery bill by hundreds of dollars a month. This method eliminates needless busywork from couponing with a simple system that only takes a few hours during the week! Sign up at: http://couponwitherin.eventbrite.com/
An informative, inspirational and entertaining multimedia presentation to raise awareness on environmental issues. The show features the stunning photography of renowned artists John Fielder and Karl Snyder, accompanied by live music from Laurie Dameron. Dameron is an award-winning performer who has been playing guitar and singing for more than 40 years.
Share your love of banned books with the world! Across the country readers are participating in a Virtual Read-Out, sharing their stories and celebrating their freedom to read.
Denver Public Library staff will help you film a short video supporting your favorite banned or challenged book, which will be shared online as part of the Virtual Read-Out.