Slow Cookers are enjoying a revolution. They are convenient and enhance flavors with slow cook times. Join Monica Kadillac as she supplies recipes and instruction on fast prep time with hot examples of what you and the slow cooker can do.
Recipes and samples provided
Meeting every fourth Saturday of the month in the basement Community Room.
We welcome any book lover interested in reading English-language works by Latina and Latino authors. For more information, visit: http://www.lascomadres.org. Under the Subscribe and Events tabs, click on Book Club sign up and view the books for upcoming months.
The December book selection is, It's Not Love, It's Just Paris: A Novel by Patricia Engel.
Can't answer your smartphone when it's cold outside? Bring a pair of your own gloves and we will turn them into touchscreen gloves by using conductive thread! Registration is required. Please call 720-865-0955.
Author Nancy Peterson talks about her book "Not to be Forgiven: On the Home Front in World War II." 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, 10-year-old Sis struggles to understand who is friend and who is foe.
Join us as Dr. Greenwood discusses her newest publication By the Grace of God: The True Life Journey of 100 Years.
Please RSVP, (303) 934-6784 by Friday, November 22nd
Note from the Author…
“I have written this autobiography as a bit of family history, which I am passing on to my children, grandchildren, great grands and future descendents. I am convinced that my life has been guided by a God-given Divine Plan. It has been an exhilarating experience reliving my busy life as I have written this autobiography. Hopefully, it will be an adventurous document for the readers.”
You are invited to learn about and celebrate Kwanzaa. Come and watch a performance and after kids will make a Kwanzaa Kinara.
The word "Kwanzaa" comes from the Swahili phrase "matunda ya kwanza," meaning "first fruits." Kwanzaa begins on December 26 and ends with a communal feast called the Karamu on January 1.
Kwanzaa is a seven-day holiday that celebrates Family, Community and Culture. The seven days of Kwanzaa match the seven principles celebrated.