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Classic Holiday Films

Cuddle up with these classic films and a cup of cheer! Watch your favorites of years gone by. These classic films feel like family.

Who is Temple Grandin?

I saw the film Temple Grandin last week and can not stop thinking about this amazing, inspirational, woman! Temple Grandin has authored several books about animal behavior and her experiences with autism and her extraordinary way of seeing the connections between the two.

Warehouse Book Sale This Weekend!

Warehouse Book Sale

Do some holiday shopping and support the Denver Public Library at the Warehouse Book Sale!
Friday, December 10 - Sunday, December 12, 2010

 

1205 Osage Street, The Innovative Alliance Warehouse
Friday: 3-7 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

No Bake Healthy Family Snacks

Learn how to feed your family fun and healthy snacks that they’ll be excited to make AND to eat on Saturday, December 11, at 11:00 a.m. at the Ross-University Hills Branch Library.

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Shop the Barnes & Noble Bookfair Today!

Barnes & Noble Bookfair

Do your holiday shopping on December 9 and support the Denver Public Library!
Thursday, December 9, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Downtown Store at the Denver Pavilions: 500 16th Street

Shop at the Downtown Barnes & Noble on December 9 and benefit the Library! Just mention the Library when you pay, and 10-15 percent of net sales will be contributed to the Friends Foundation.

Create Art for a New Branch Library

Cloud Seeding

Help seed the clouds for an incredible art installation at the new Green Valley Branch Library.

The Denver Public Library is asking for your help in creating an interactive, dynamic artwork that will display your search terms on an array of large LCD screens in the new Green Valley Ranch Branch Library, and call up associative media clips culled from the Library's collection of books, DVDs, music, digital images and text archives.

Ceylon Pearl Tea Tasting

Tea

Come learn about the varieties and health benefits of tea while sampling the delicious tea of Ceylon Pearl on Saturday, December 11, at 10:00 a.m. at the Schlessman Family Branch Library. Stop by for a hot cuppa!

Interested in learning more about tea?

Christmas Comedies

12 Men of Christmas

If would like to put a little more Ho Ho Ho into your Holiday, check out these recent Christmas Comedies!

Colorado Authors Series: Jane Stanfield

Jane Stanfield

Author of Volunteer Vacations: Traveling on Purpose!, Ms. Stanfield will share details of the 12 international volunteer projects she completed in a year, as well as the local resources she used to plan her adventure on Saturday, December 11, 1 p.m. at the Bear Valley Branch Library.

These stories and pictures will leave you reaching for your passport, luggage and inspired to make a difference.

For more on volunteer vacations:

It Was 30 Years Ago Today

John: New York City

On December 8, 1980, John Lennon died in front of his Manhattan home.

It was the first "Kennedy moment" in my life, a memory that still seems fresh, almost like it happened yesterday. My ritual of falling asleep while listening to an old-school "digital" clock radio (the one with the rotating flat panels for each number), was jarringly interrupted by the breaking news that John Lennon had been shot in New York City. I leapt out of bed, ran downstairs, and stood motionless in front of the TV as Howard Cosell, on Monday Night Football, announced that John Lennon was dead. One of my heroes had been murdered, and it simply did not make any sense.

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