Are you ready for another great week of Fresh City Life My Branch events? Did you know that many of our classes require sign up? Plan ahead this week & make sure you sign up for the classes that interest you!
Plan ahead and sign up for these classes NOW to make sure you have a spot! Either call the branch, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, and the event you want to sign up for!
Garden Stepping Stones, Wednesday, July 11, 6 p.m. at the Smiley Branch(this week!)
You're free to learn & grow this week with Fresh City Life My Branch!
Finally get those technology questions answered at our Tech Open House this Thursday, July 5, from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. at Schlessman! Bring your gadget (laptop, tablet, eReader), and a librarian will be available to help you with what you need!
You have your choice of 3 Fresh City Life My Branch events this Saturday, June 30, at 2 p.m. What do you love most: summer salads, your small business, or your dog?
Monica Kadillak is back with her popular Summer Salads class at the Ross-University Hills Branch. Get some ideas for cool summer meals or sides that your whole family will love. They're healthy, too! Recipes and samples included.
Do you want to learn about organizing music on your computer? Interested in Denver history? Are you a mystery buff? Feed your mind with Fresh City Life My Branch programs this week!
Tuesday Technology Night at the Ross-University Hills Branch on Tuesday, June 26 at 6 p.m. will focus on MUSIC! Bring your questions about playlists, iTunes, Windows Media Player, or anything else related to music and computers (bring your laptop and/or your portable device, too!), and a librarian will help you out!
Have you ever asked yourself what it means when your dog's tail is wagging? Have you been itching to do a craft or see a movie? We have three great programs coming up this weekend that can help you solve these quandaries.
First up, on Saturday, June 23 at 11 a.m. we will have a representative from the Dumb Friends League at the Schlessman Family Branch Library teaching about animals' body postures and vocalizations and the messages behind them. Get ready to learn more about your pet!
Have you been wanting to learn more about opera or trying to figure out how to better use your new eReader? If so we have those programs and more coming up next week through Fresh City Life My Branch!
Did you receive a Kindle or a Nook for Father's Day? Have you been waiting for a time to try and figure out how to put library books on your eReader? Drop in on Monday, June 18 at 11 a.m. for our Tech Open House at Ross-University Hills to learn how to load library books on your device as well as any other questions you might have.
"The life of our city is rich in poetic and marvelous subjects. We are enveloped and steeped as though in an atmosphere of the marvelous; but we do not notice it." -- Charles Baudelaire
Downtown Denver offers up fantastic art, good eats, great music, free films, and some eccentric crafting for the urban adventurer. Here's a short list of 10 things to do at the library or mere steps away.
10. Hear French Metro-inspired accordion music played by a real live Frenchman. (Sunday, 2p, Central Library) ('Frenchman' is an exaggeration as accordionist is actually from New Zealand)
9. Find a rare first edition of The DaVinci Code or an ABBA cd amongst the treasures at the Denver Public Library Used Book Sale. (Thursday-Sunday, hours and info, Central Library) (The DaVinci Code not rare)
Make time for a Fresh City Life My Branch program this week, and add a bit of something to your life!
If you want to try out the benefits of yoga but are intimidated by visiting a studio, try it at the library, with Beginning Yoga at the Bear Valley Branch on Tuesday, June 5 at 5:30 p.m. Get your questions about yoga answered, and try it out! Wear clothing that allow for movement, and bring a mat or towel if you have one.
One of Denver's most controversial Mayors, Robert Speer, had big plans for Denver. He envisioned Denver as a grand European city. Fresh City Life celebrates our City of Lights with a memorable party. Please come if you Can-Can-Can.
The dream of Mayor Robert Speer (1855-1918) to make civic Denver into a world-class city is all around us. The City Auditorium, which housed the historic 1908 Democratic National Convention, still stands as a testament to Speer's endeavors. As does the beautiful Civic Center Park. Even Speer Blvd is a tease of what might have been -- a spectacular street for an American Paris.