Colorado author Theall's memoir alternates between her early years in a strict Catholic family in Texas and her dealing with her son's Catholic school's decision to expel children of same sex parents in 2010. Theall's story of isolation, yearning for acceptance by her mother and the church, and hiding the...
Start off your weekend with other bookish folks at a Fresh City Life My Branch event!
The Smiley Branch invites you to join the new Las Comadres and Friends National Latino Book Club! We will be meeting the 4th Saturday of each month at 1 p.m. starting this Saturday, May 25. Membership is open to every book lover interested in reading English-language works written by Latina and Latino authors.
Colorado author Gregory Hill joins the Fresh City Life My Branch Colorado Authors Series lineup at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch on Wednesday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m.
Hill's novel, East of Denver, won the 2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, is a Colorado Book Award finalist in the Literary Fiction category, and was named "one of the year's best crime novels" by Booklist. East of Denver combines going home, family, misfit friends, a plane, a farm, humor, and a bank robbery to create a unique reading experience.
Want to experience a piece of Denver history, get inspiration for your garden, or express your creativity? Look no further than a Fresh City Life My Branch program!
Here are your choices for Saturday, April 13:
At 11 a.m., volunteers from the Fairmount Heritage Foundation present The Civil War at Riverside Cemetery at the Sam Gary Branch. Riverside is home to more than 1,200 Civil War veterans, including three Medal of Honor recipients, soldiers who fought with the "Colored Troops," and even some Confederates. Come learn some of their stories!