We are excited to have Sticky Fingers Cooking back again at Byers to teach us how to make delicious, healthy recipes. Each week, we will create and taste something new! This program is open to children and teens of all ages and is limited to 18 participants. Please sign-in at the front desk when you arrive to ensure a place in the class!
CONNECTING VECINOS is proud to present the La Alma-Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association for a hands-on workshop that invites you to participate in the Butterfly Walk Project. Together we will explore the life cycle of six butterflies native to Colorado. Then you will paint your own unique butterfly that will be displayed in Denver’s La Alma-Lincoln Park. This program is bilingual (English and Spanish), free and for all ages.
African American Women have played a role in every war effort in United States history. Sisters, Soldiers examines the past and present military service of black women, from the Civil War to the War on Terror. Placing black women as soldiers within a broad historical context, the exhibition highlights the impact of race and gender issues on military service as well as the "breakthrough" moments in the history of that service.
This exhibition was created by the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.
A documentary film about the life and career of legendary Jamaican reggae artist Bob Marley. The film explores his life including his childhood and youth and his rise to international stardom, and includes rare footage and interviews with people who knew him best. Among those who talk about this social and political prophet are his mother, Cedella Marley; his wife, Rita Marley; Neville 'Bunny' Wailer (of the original Wailers); and Chris Blackwell, owner of Island Records. Directed by Kevin McDonald.
Runtime: 2 hours, 25 minutes.