Learn how good credit can impact your life. In this class, you'll learn how to build good credit, how your score is created, what a healthy score is, how to improve and maintain your score.
Class is provided by Mi Casa and mpowered. Space is limited, register today at 303-388-0324.
Tuesday, Sept. 23rd, 6:30-7:30 Immigration attorney Kristin Knudsen will share resources and information about deferred action and a variety of topics on immigration-related issues (naturalization, waivers, petitions, Colorado driver's license bill SB-251, etc).
Martes, 23 de septiembre, 6:30-7:30 La abogada de inmigración Kristin Knudson presentará recursos e información sobre la acción diferida y una variedad de temas relacionados con la inmigración (la naturalización, casos penales, peticiones, ley SB-251 de conductor de Colorado, etc).
Life happens and sometimes it involves the L-word. Where do you begin? Fahren Devine, Represented Litigant Coordinator with Denver County Court's Civil Self Help Center, will introduce resources available to those who help themselves.
Some of the topics will include:
Celebrate "Let's Talk" month, a national campaign encouraging the importance of parent/child communication about sexuality, with New York Times best-selling children's author, Robie Harris! Robie will present on her literature as well as facilitate a panel and Q&A session with some of Denver's most knowledgeable experts on the subject of adolescent sexuality. Brought to you by the Responsible Sex Education Institute of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains and Denver Public Library.
The film CEDDO (the commoners) portrays the conflict and local resistance created when both Islam and Christianity expanded into Senegal, West Africa. Director Ousmane Sembene, considered the Father of African Cinema, uses social satire to describe the cultural continuity and the threat of displacement in 17th century Senegal. This film was banned in 1977 for 7 years by the government of Senegal. Wolof and French with English subtitles. Runtime: 120 mins
How wonderful would it be to have the bulk of your Thanksgiving meal prepared BEFORE Thanksgiving Day? Monica Kadillak will provide a host of tricks, tips, recipes and samples for you to try this year. Learn how to make your 2014 Turkey Day your easiest one yet. At last you can enjoy your family, friends AND the meal!
From an award-winning, “meticulously observant” (The New Yorker), and “masterful” (Booklist) writer Helen Thorpe comes a groundbreaking account of three women deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq, and how their military service affected their friendship, their personal lives, and their families. Join us for a reading and discussion.
Tarot is a tool for understanding the myths we inhabit and for changing those myths to better reflect our sense of purpose. Erica Walker Adams will discuss the cards and provide demonstrations, and you'll learn how tarot facilitates self-growth and change.
Create modern folk art! We will be making felt calaveras to celebrate Mexico's Day of the Dead. These embroidered felt skulls resemble colorful, highly decorated "sugar skulls" popular during this time of year. All materials provided. 2hrs. Limited to 15 people - arrive early to secure your spot.