Love books and want to both learn about the history of the art of the book and how to make your own? Join us! Basic Book Arts: Creating Your Own Books on Sunday, July 10 at 2:00 p.m. at Schlessman.
In this 2-hour class, you'll learn the basic tools, terms, history, and experience of book arts. You'll hand bind 2 or 3 different kinds of books, and explore Japanese stab binding, the accordion fold book, and more! We'll discuss and experiment with everything from cover design to using unique materials to the contents of your books (poetry, photos, drawings, etc). You will leave with at least 2 finished books and the knowledge of how to make books at home.
The farm is at your fingertips with Community Supported Agriculture.
Are you guilty of filling your fridge crisper with veggies and then ignoring them until they’re well-past their use-by date? Our Chef Shellie Kark, from KitchenCue, has teamed up with our friends at Whole Foods Market and the dedicated farmers from Grant Family Farms for a cooking demo series to inspire you to seek out the best produce for your table.
Since 2004, Fresh City Life events and programs have offered many ways to become acquainted with Denver's vibrant and intellectual organizations, groups and individuals. One of the comments that I hear most often from people after attending an event is (and I'm paraphrasing), "Thanks for giving me the opportunity to spend time with my community."
Whether you want to talk about books or make them, restore your old furniture or learn about keeping chickens, Fresh City Life My Branch has the answer for you this week!
Have an old piece of furniture or a door hanging around that you keep thinking you'll restore, but have never gotten around to it or don't know how? Get inspired with Restore Your Old Wood Furniture (and save a tree!) on Thursday, July 7 at 6:30 at the Bear Valley Branch. Irina Bertini of Denver Urban Homesteading will teach you about how to best restore antique or vintage furniture, doors, and cabinets.
Join us for How to Live on the Cheap: Thriving in the Recession this Saturday, July 2, at 1:00 p.m. at the Ross University Hills Branch.
Laura Daily, co-owner of MileHighontheCheap will share tips for saving money during these tough economic times. During this free event, she'll talk about ways to save on groceries (wait 'til you see her coupon system!), dining out, shopping, travel, and attending local cultural events. She'll also explain the ins and outs of deal of the day sites, how to find free and low-cost classes and workshops, and safely join and navigate e-Clubs and other online loyalty and savings web sites.
Time to get all those Fresh City Life My Branch events onto your calendar for July! Whether you want to do some crafting, meet a Colorado author, arrange flowers, eat some picnic food samples, or hear about the space program, we've got the event for you!
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Feeling a bit crazed with everything going on in your life? Come relax at a Fresh City Life My Branch program this week!
Maybe you're worried about your money, and whether you're investing it in a legitimate place. Ease your mind with Outsmarting Investment Fraud presented by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation on Thursday, June 16 at 6:00 p.m. at the Bear Valley Branch. Learn questions to ask and how to find out if an investment product or professional is legitimate.
Fresh City Life My Branch has 2 great authors featured this weekend. Choose one, or be eclectic and come to both!
Romance author Cindi Myers will be at Schlessman on Saturday, June 11 at 2:00 p.m.Ms. Myers believes in love at first sight, good chocolate, cold champagne, that people who don't like animals can't be trusted, and that God obviously has a sense of humor. She is the author of over 40 novels. Her latest is Work of Heart. Others include: