On the Hunt for Ghosts, History, Crafts, and Bread!

SpiritPI
Four Mile Historic Park

On the hunt for great adult cultural programs? Look no further than Fresh City Life My Branch this week!

Meet the Ghost Hunters on Wednesday, October 10 at 6 p.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch! Denver's leading ghost hunters, Spirit Paranormal Investigations, will provide a fun and informative presentation about ghosts and the art of ghost hunting. SpiritPI will share spooky stories about what it's like to investigate the paranormal and demonstrate the tools they use to detect ghosts. They will even display real scientific evidence captured during formal investigations at some of Denver's most famous haunted locations. Can't make it this week? SpiritPI will be at the Smiley Branch on October 24!

As always, Saturday provides a wealth of choices for programs. Here are the options for Saturday, October 13:

10 a.m. at Schlessman: Apps for Readers and Writers--learn how to use your smartphone or tablet to keep your reading and/or writing organized and focused! Keep lists, take notes, and even keep from getting distracted by other things on the internet! Bring your own favorites to share!

Our Make and Take Studio gets seasonal with Jack O'Lantern Jars at 2 p.m. at the Ross-University Hills Branch. Make these painted jars from recycled materials & liven up your fall! Please register: 720-865-0955 or fclmybranch@denverlibrary.org.

Ready for some comfort food? How about Easy Homemade Bread? Learn how easy it can be to make your own with Monica Kadillak at 2 p.m. at the Bear Valley Branch. Recipes and samples included.

Did you know that the oldest standing house in Denver is at Four Mile Historic Park? Learn about the Booth House, Four Mile's history, and other programs that they offer for both children and adults, and get inspired to visit this Denver treasure. 2 p.m. atSchlessman.

Join the Geeks Who Read in discussing Ray Bradbury's classic Something Wicked This Way Comes at 2 p.m. at Schlessman. Get seasonal with the geeks!

Ever wonder who the Jeppesen Terminal at DIA was named after? Join Colorado authors Flint Whitlock & Terry Barnhart and learn the history of the name and the man as they discuss their book Captain Jepp and the Little Black Book. Discover this piece of Colorado history on Sunday, October 14 at 2 p.m. at Schlessman.

Make sure to look ahead to more great Fresh City Life My Branch events here--join us!

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