You will learn how to power the computer on and off, use a mouse, highlight and select, minimize and maximize your screen, perform basic word processing, work with Microsoft Word documents, use tool bars to change font, text size and color, cut and paste, save documents, navigate the Internet, create an email account, and much more. After the class, you can stay for open lab, where you can practice what you have just learned. Classes are free and no registration is required.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit West Africa? This digital slide show will give you a tour of Ghana, Togo and Benin. The show is presented by Margaret Donavan, a retired Denver Public Schools teacher with an interest in both travel and photography.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, this program has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Do you find thrift shopping overwhelming? Are you convinced that it’s impossible to find great clothing and shoes at the thrift store? Join Michelle from The Shop My Closet Project and learn how to incorporate thrift shopping into your reqular clothes shopping rotation. We will finish the talk at the Goodwill on 1st and Broadway to test our new skills. Please register: 720-865-0135 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll discuss the ever-changing tax environment, including some of the expiring tax rules of 2012 as well as ways you will be able to position yourself for the 2013 tax season to have a more efficient tax return. How will changes in the political environment affect your future finances?
The single most important step toward planning your life, setting out on a job hunt or finding a life partner is to WRITE DOWN what you want. In this workshop, we will create a written plan to jump start or re-start your career path. We will look at your current skill set, your priorities and what it takes to get the job of your dreams.