Author Nancy Peterson discusses her new novel. In the upheaval of 1942, the small town of Hiram’s Spring suddenly becomes home to a B-17 Bomber training base, then a German Prisoner of War Camp. The Axis powers seem unstoppable. With her brother fighting in North Africa, and fear and suspicion rampant, ten-year-old Sis struggles to understand who is friend and who is foe.
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Come learn the basic hand weaving technique used to create the “Ojo de Dios” (God's Eye) symbol. This workshop is a fantastic opportunity to play with color and is a great hands-on activity for all ages.
This workshop is presented by Chicano Humanities and Arts Council (CHAC), a collective of artists dedicated to promoting Chicano/Latino art and culture. There is no cost to attend and light refreshments will be provided.
Stress kills, but do you know how? Your illness, fatigue or weight gain could stem from chronic stress- most modern illnesses do. We will discuss how the body reacts to chronic stress and how this affects your long- term health. Learn what foods and nutrients can help your body better manage your stress response.
The author believes that death is not the end and that our deceased loved ones are watching us and helping us. At this event, she will talk about her ideas about the afterlife, and she will attempt to help you experience the presence of your departed loved ones. She will give some attendees a brief personal reading.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts will lead a discussion of its production of Shadowlands, a biographical look at the late-in-life blooming relationship between author C. S. Lewis and his wife Joy Davidman.