With the help of some common household items, super creativity and a little bit of science, we will all make beautiful, colorful and very unique creations. Usando solo algunos objetos cotidianos de la casa, tu creatividad y un poco de ciencia, vamos a hacer hermosas creaciones originales de muchos colores.
St. Patrick's Day is coming soon. Make a leprechuan trap to catch some luck during the month of March. Ya casi es el Día de San Patricio. Haz una trampa para duendes irlandeses y espera atrapar la buena suerte durante el mes de marzo.
A very basic chemistry class that asks, who doesn't like to get their hands in slime? Learn how to make slime! En esta clase de química básica hacemos la pregunta, "¿Cómo puede ser que no te guste meter las manos en la baba?" Aprende a hacer baba.
Decorate a tile that will be fired in a kiln and then brought back the next week. Ponle decoraciones en un azulejo de cerámica que luego será horneado. Recibirás tu azulejo original la semana siguiente.
Download popular eBooks FREE from the Denver Public Library! Learn how to find, check out, download and transfer eBooks and audio eBooks to your computer or e-reader. We will talk about Kindles, Nooks, tablets, smartphones, and more! If you have an eReader and/or laptop, please bring them to class. If you are curious about purchasing an eReader, devices will be available to try out.
Born in Pabianice, Poland in 1929, Jack Adler and his family were swept into the terror of the Nazi concentration camps. His parents and four siblings all perished at the hands of the Nazis. In his powerful and inspiring firsthand account, Y: A Holocaust Narrative, Jack (Yacob) tells his story and describes his struggle to survive, overcome and regain a sense of joy about being alive. Always warm and gracious, Adler will share readings from his book as well as take questions and engage in dialogue with the audience. Book signing to follow.
Create some beautiful poetry and raise your voice at the same time. Writers of all ages are invited to participate in this spoken word workshop on bigotry and social justice. Students will be guided by musician, spoken word artist and educator, Molina Speaks. All students will be encouraged to share their work, and Molina tops off this workshop with a performance of his own recent work. Registration is required. Please register online http://denverlibrary.org/fresh#other or call 720-865-1206.