Join us on Wednesday, August 18, 6 p.m. at the newly renovated Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library for a magic lantern show, "Touring Cherry Creek from Francis Parkman to the Future," by noted historian Tom Noel on the historic transformation of Cherry Creek from its muddy beginnings to its glittering present.
Celebrate Colorado's 134th anniversary of becoming a state on Sunday, August 15 at 3pm by exploring the rich diversity of the Colorado Book Awards. Pick from the wide selection of winners, or other books celebrating our great state! Share what you're reading or just come to learn about titles that you'll want to read.
You should look at job searching as a marketing campaign, with you, the job seeker, as the product. Learn techniques to identify the types of employers who would be looking for an employee with your qualifications.
* Keyboard/mouse/Internet skills required.
CLASS IS FREE. No registration needed. The class is on a first come, first serve basis. Seating is limited, please arrive early.
Whether you are looking for a fun and easy craft to revitalize your refrigerator, an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon, or a new creative outlet to express yourself, we would love for you to join us for our Magnet Making event at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library Saturday, July 31 at 10 a.m.
Inspired by a button maker, an abundance of old magazines and a creative eye, these magnets combine all my favorite elements of handicraft including reusing normally discarded materials!
Looking for more great craft or DIY projects for home? The library has many resources for artisans of all skills and interests!
Have you been dedicated to Livejournal in the past, but it's getting a little bit old now? Try video blogging instead! Learn how to record yourself on your computer then upload the video for an online blog!
One Book, One Denver is Mayor Hickenlooper's citywide book club created to build community and stimulate people to read. Denver citizens, young and old, are encouraged to join others in the shared experience of simultaneously reading the same book and participating in related events.
Learn how to take control of your finances with money management tips.
The basic concepts of money management may not be rocket science, but many of us have trouble managing our finances to reach our financial goals - and sometimes even to make ends meet. This interactive presentation will cover applying a decision making process to personal financial choices, emotional influences on money management, and will help you begin a plan for earning, spending, saving, and investing.
The first hour of this course will allow participants the chance to learn basic skills in resume writing, reviewing and revising for today's job search regardless of industry and professional level.
The second hour will be an open forum used to address various questions regarding today's job market, so come prepared with your most important question. Topics for questions may include resume writing, interview skills, applications, personal marketing, job hunting resources, networking, etc. We will also take some time to review resumes.
Roger Whitacre worked as a commercial photographer in Denver for 35 years, between 1970 and 2005. His specialties included architectural, commercial and editorial photography, much of it focused on Denver’s architecture, including many of its historic landmarks and neighborhoods.