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Flu Shot Clinic at Central October 5

Flu Shot

Flu season is almost here! Protect yourself and your loved ones by getting a flu shot this year.

The Visiting Nurse Association will be at the Central Library October 5, 12 noon - 2 p.m. in the Level B2 Conference Center to administer flu and pneumonia shots. Prices are:

Brain Food

Listening to music can make you smarter! Mathematics and music are intrinsically linked through keeping time and harmonics. Ties have also been made to learning new languages, spatial-reasoning and relating to others. What music gets your brain juices flowing?

Teacher Set Requests Are Back Online

Our online Teacher Sets service is back!

Ordering teacher sets by email is easy - visit kids.denverlibrary.org/teacher_sets and fill out the form. Or if you'd rather use the phone, just give us a call at your most convenient location.

Haute fashion: Circus Sideshow

Frock Out: Sideshow logo designed by Josh Wills

Adorned with cape, with tricorn, saintly soul singing in librarian tones an enameled song that coolly celebrates her chewing-gum enthusiasms. - Truman Capote 

Hurry! Hurry! Step right up!

Yesterday a friend sent me a blog post about the trends in fashion and home decor titled Circus Maximus. Our end-of-the-year spectacle, Frock Out: Sideshow, will be en pointe with current design influences.  This Project Runway-style competition will feature some of Denver's best independent fashion designers and a little bit of P.T. Barnum thrown into the mix.

Colorado Author Series: Marne Davis Kellogg

Join bestselling author and Denver native Marne Davis Kellogg, creator of the Lily Bennett mystery series, for a discussion of her work and her much anticipated new title in the Kick Keswick series on Saturday, October 2 at 10am at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library.

Happy Birthday Trey Anastasio!

Shine

Trey Anastasio, born Ernest Joseph Anastasio III on this date in 1964, is most famous for his involvement with the band Phish. Having written songs since Junior High, it is no surprise that he is credited with writing over 200 songs!

Albums with Phish

Tony Curtis 1925-2010

American Prince

Tony Curtis, Oscar-nominated actor, died in his Las Vegas home on Wednesday evening. His first of six wives, Janet Leigh, is the mother of his daughter, Jamie Lee Curtis. Born Bernard Schwartz in 1925, Tony Curtis led a bold and stellar life.

Cavalia Rides into Town

If you love horses, you already know that Cavalia is in town until October 17. Cavalia is a magical evening featuring 50 horses of a dozen breeds as the focal point of the evening. Praised for its excellent treatment of their equine performers, this family-friendly event celebrates the magnificent grace and artistry of the horse.

Paper Training Your Animal Spirit Guide

 I believe more in the scissors than I do in the pencil. -- Truman Capote

In conjunction with the Fresh City Life Series highlighting Truman Capote and his 1966 Black and White Ball, Denver Bookbinding Company is doing it up right for paper crafters and fans of DIY. DBBC recently launched their new bookNpaperlove branch of the business – highlighting learning experiences, crafting events, and bookmaking studios for… well, book and paper lovers. Great fall fun; sign up for one or two and enjoy!

Premiere Reads: Fantasy & Science Fiction

Explore new worlds and civilizations with science fiction and fantasy reads, including Hugo and Nebula award winners, that are out of this world! We will be discussing these great genres and premiere reads on Wednesday, September 29 at 6 p.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library.

While we can discuss any Science Fiction or Fantasy title, I will also be sharing my favorites. A quick overview of the genre will include defining subgenres like Steampunk, Cyberpunk, Space Operas, and Urban Fantasy.

My Top Five Favorite Fantasy Books

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