Panel discussion about wilderness with Dan Jiron, Regional Forester, U.S. Forest Service; Sue Masica, Regional Director, National Park Service; and Ruth Welch, State Director, Bureau of Land Management.
Charles Wilkinson, distinguished professor and author of "Fire on the Plateau" and "Crossing the Next Meridian," will deliver his lecture about wilderness, followed by audience remarks and book signing.
Legacy of Wilderness, Vida Ellison Gallery - Level 7
From the Conservation Collection of the Denver Public Library in partnership with The Wilderness Society.
Includes Photographic Exhibits "Colorado Wilderness 50" by John Fielder, September 3 thru October 1, and "The Ansel Adams Wilderness" by Peter Essick, October 3 thru November 2.
With his distinctive writing style and a clever sense for blending the lives of fictional characters into the stories of true life, Zachary Lazar is an author for the new century. Denver Public Library is thrilled to host Lazar for an exclusive reading and talk about his most recent novel, I Pity the Poor Immigrant, called 'brilliant' in the New York Times Book Review. Artfully blending the history of mobster, Meyer Lansky, with an eccentric cast of real and imagined characters, Lazar’s novel has been garnering fantastic reviews from readers and critics alike.
Boomers Leading Change in Health, an assistance site for Connect for Health Colorado, will provide answers to your questions regarding insurance. If you have it and need to know how to use it; if you don't have it and need to know how to get signed up. We are here to answer your questions and set up one on one appointments if necessary.