Have questions about gluten? Get them answered on Tuesday, February 15 at 2:00 p.m. at the Bear Valley Branch Library.
Do you or a loved one have questions about gluten? What is it? Who is affected by it? What are the medical implications of undiagnosed gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease? ;These questions and more will be answered in this presentation by Lindsay Karson, owner of Greater Good, LLC. She will answer your questions and increase your awareness about this common protein.
Want to learn more about gluten-free diets or find some recipes? Try these:
THE CPAC 2011 JURIED SHOW features photographs by 23 artists based in the United States. Works were selected by photographer and Guggenheim Fellow Elijah Gowin and April Watson, associate curator of photography at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Join us for Read and Romp Denver
Saturday, February 26, 2011
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
PPA Event Center, 2105 Decatur Street, Denver
Admission $10, children under 2 are free. Includes lunch.
Check out the literacy line-up! Spend some time with Frog and Toad and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Eat the Alphabet and play I Spy! You and your kids will be enriched by this massive exposure to literacy.
Reading to an infant, a toddler, a pre-schooler, or a young child affords a multitude of benefits to children, parents, families and communities alike. Over time, you'll see the time spent reading with children taking positive effect. Shared reading promotes:
Guitarist Laurie Dameron will be performing at the Schlessman Family Branch Library on Sunday, February 6 at 2:00 p.m.
Laurie Dameron is a Billboard Magazine award recipient, and has been playing guitar for over 40 years. She has performed at hundreds of venues both in and outside of Colorado, and her versatile selections include folk, instrumental, country, blues, and jazz music.
The Fresh City Life My Branch Colorado Authors Series presents Carol Denker, author of Autumn Romance: Stories and Portraits of Love After 50 on Saturday, February 5 at 2:00 p.m. at the Ross Cherry Creek Branch Library.
When Denver author Carol Denker fell deeply in love at age 62, she was startled to see how nothing in society reflected her experience. Not one image of an older couple in love! For almost three years, she traveled the U.S. seeking couples who had found true love in the second half of life--and photographers to take their pictures. The result is a paean to ordinary people who never gave up. Inside Autumn Romances' pages are beautiful black and white photos of mature couples and true tales of courage, coincidence, happiness, and healing.
Enjoy martinis, merrymaking and spirited conversation at the 2011 Evil Companions Literary Awards, set for Thursday, April 14 at the Oxford Hotel.
This year's award goes to Ted Conover, a beloved Denver native, nationally acclaimed author, and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. His works cover a vast array of subjects, from the rarefied air of Aspen, to riding the rails with hoboes in titles such as The Routes of Man, Newjack, Coyotes, Whiteout, and Rolling Nowhere.
Featuring signature martinis, live music and a scrumptious buffet, and benefiting the Denver Public Library, Evil Companions is a literary event not to be missed. For tickets, visit www.dplfriends.org or call 720-865-2050.
Staff Art Show on display until February 27, 2011.
Next time you're at the Central Library, plan on spending some extra time to make your way up to Level 7. The beautiful Vida Ellison Gallery is housing this exhibit of fine art created by staff for the 8th consecutive year.
In addition to highlighting the creativity, diversity and individuality of the Denver Public Library staff, the gallery offers spectacular views of downtown Denver. Not to be missed!
Give the gift of life - donate blood. Each week, Bonfils Blood Center needs more than 4,000 donors to meet the needs of our community and to be prepared in case of an emergency. Give blood on Thursday, January 6, 1:00-6:30 p.m at the Bear Valley Branch Library.
To schedule an appointment, please call (303) 363-2300 or visit their website.