This weekend we have a variety of fun programs at three great branches! If you loves games, crafts and films...we have a program for you.
Be sure to visit Bear Valley on Friday, November 22 at 4 p.m. to try your luck at Bingo. This is a fun program that is open to adults as well as kids of all ages. Win prizes like snacks and gift cards!
We have three author’s coming to our branches this weekend...It’s an author extravaganza!
On Saturday, November 16, veteran sports writer Mark Kiszla discusses his new book, No Plan B: Peyton Manning’s Comeback with the Denver Broncos. The book follows Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning from training camp through the regular season as he stages one of the most hyped comebacks in National Football League history. Join us at Schlessman Family Branch at 11 a.m.
I'm going to a Fresh City Life, My Branch program this weekend!
Get some quiet sewing time in away from other demands! We’ll have our sewing machines set up with basic thread colors - just bring your own sewing knowledge and whatever you’re working on! Saturday, October 19 at 9 a.m. at the Schlessman Family Branch.
Get ready for this week's Fresh City Life My Branch programs! Get them on your calendar and don't forget to check if registration is required!
Learn how to transfer images from photos and magazines onto recycled jars to make a beautiful candle holder or vase. If you would like to use a particular photo, please bring at least two laser copies. Registration is required. Friday, October 11 at 3 p.m. at the Ross-Broadway Branch Library.
Join us for a viewing of the Academy Award® nominated documentary, Sun Come Up!
The film follows the relocation of the Carteret Islanders, a community living on a remote island chain in the South Pacific Ocean. Vincent Piturro, film professor at Metropolitan State University of Denver, will lead a discussion about the refugees, who must find a new home as the ocean rises. Directed by Jennifer Redfearn, Oscar nominee in 2011 for Best Documentary, Short Subjects.
Join Ted Engelmann, an American War veteran, as he tells the story of how he returned two small diaries to the family of a North Vietnamese woman doctor, who died in South Vietnam. Engelmann will also share personal slides during the presentation. Wednesday, October 2 at 6 p.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch.
“Remarkable. . . . A gift from a heroine who was killed at twenty-seven but whose voice has survived to remind us of the humanity and decency that endure amid—and despite—the horror and chaos of war.”
—Francine Prose, O, The Oprah Magazine
“Last Night I Dreamed of Peace is a book to be read by all and included in any course on the literature of war.”