Plaza is a meeting place where international migrants from all over the world connect with information, make new friends, and enjoy new experiences, building Denver's global community. What do you need to work on?! We can help you!
Finding another income is critical for so many during these hard economic times. The audience will be introduced to traditional and non-traditional options, how to find a second job that fits, their benefits and disadvantages and the effect of work on SSI disability benefits.
Tuesday Plaza will emphasize art projects for all ages, but particularly designed for adults and teens. There will be laptop computers if you need to do homework or look for a job. Assistants will be there to help you. Your children are welcome to come with you; they may do their homework, read, use the children's computers, or play with our toys.
Wednesday Plazas will concentrate on art projects for all ages, but specifically designed for teens and adults. If you need computer access and/or help to apply for a job, type your resume, study for a test (such as the GED), learn a language, research health information, or do homework, then this is also the place for you. Laptops and a printer are available. Assistants will be there to help you. Your children are welcome to come with you; they may do their homework, read, use the children's computers, or play with our toys.
Peter Roper of the Denver Bicycle Cafe will cover all the basics you need to know to maintain your bike, including air, brakes, chain, fixing and cleaning your bike, and the tools and parts you need. Special emphasis on getting your bike ready for winter riding, and what you need to know to keep on cycling through all seasons!
Challenge yourself in these dynamic spaces designed to help you work towards personal goals. Whether you want to practice using your new language skills or to search for a job, Plazas can suit almost any goal you have in mind. Come set up a blueprint for your life!
Local dog trainer Marie Seelmeyer (helpwithcrazypets.biz) will give you 10 tips that anyone can implement to improve their relationship with their dog(s), and prevent and help resolve common behavior problems. Bring your questions--but NOT your dog!