People of all ages -- adults, children, families -- are welcome to attend this drop-in Plaza to practice computing skills, improve communication in English, study for the GED, and get help with homework. No registration is required. During some of the sessions, there are craft activities for children.
The eminent national humanities and Chautauqua scholar Charles Everett Pace will explore African-American history and culture during his vivid performance portraying the life and times of Frederick Douglass.
Are you a fan of Anna, Elsa and Olaf? Then come to the Park Hill Branch Library and join our celebration of all things Frozen with crafts, games and fun for the family. Come in costume or make a crown or antlers to get in character.
The Way We Worked, explores how work became such a central element in American culture by tracing the many changes that affect the workforce and work environments over the past 150 years. The exhibition draws from the National Archives’ rich collection to tell this compelling story. In addition, the exhibit will feature four local Get the Inside Story audio recordings highlighting businesses in the historic Five Points neighborhood.
More than Gold and Silver: Mining in Colorado
Saturday, January 24, 2 p.m.
The African American Quilters and Collectors Guild of Denver (AAQ&CG) will exhibit a variety of quilts made by guild members. Themed "Civil Rights: Past, Present and Future", this exhibit continues the annual Table of Brotherhood celebration in honor of the MLK Holiday festivities. AAQCG is committed to serving the Rocky Mountain Front Range region in the preservation of quilts and promoting the art of quilting.
Table of Brotherhood Award Ceremony
Saturday, January 31, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.