Join Active Minds as we tiptoe through the haunted houses and ghoulish graveyards of the area. We will tell the ghost stories associated with the Stanley Hotel, Cheesman Park, the Molly Brown House, and more, as we visit the past and the past visits with us a bit. This program is brought to you by the Stapleton Master Community Association.
As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton once said of Indonesia, "It's important to listen as well as talk to a country that has demonstrated that Islam, democracy and modernity cannot only coexist, but thrive." Join Active Minds as we examine what's working in the world's largest Islamic country. This program is brought to you by the Stapleton Master Community Association.
Learn tips and secrets to extreme savings in a free coupon class taught by authorized couponing instructor, Erin Lamberte. You will learn couponing secrets pros use to slash your grocery bills by hundreds of dollars a month. This method eliminates needless busywork from couponing with a simple system that only takes a few hours during the week! Please sign up for this free class @ The Hadley Library @ www.couponwitherin.eventbrite.com
Join Active Minds for a review of aviation in the United States. We will begin the story with the Wright Brothers and end with a look at the airline industry today. In between, we’ll visit Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, aviation in the military, and the impact of 9/11.
Active Minds®: expanding lives and minds with community- based educational programs. Sponsored by the Stapleton Master Community Association.
With over 20% of the world's proven oil reserves, the importance of Saudi Arabia to the United States (and the world) has been clear for some time. That does not mean, however, that Saudi Arabia's place in the world is simple or straightforward; far from it. Join Active Minds as we tell the story of Saudi Arabia. We will cover Saudi history, the current impact of the Arab Spring, and the complicated role played by Wahhabi Islam and Sunni Islam in the country and the region.
Have you ever wondered what life is like on the prairie? Come learn about some of the North American animals and plants that call the prairie home with staff from the Rocky Mountain National Arsenal, a National Wildlife Refuge in our very own backyard! From prairie dogs to American bison, bring your family and discover how wildlife has figured out ways to adapt to the unique prairie ecosystem.
This event will be open to all ages but will be targeted for elementary school aged children and their caregivers.