Come watch musician Chris Sauthoff play the sitar and the guitar on Saturday, October 9 at 3 p.m. at the Ross-University Hills Branch Library. Chris plays folk, gypsy, rock, blues and several styles of Indian classical and folk.
Adorned with cape, with tricorn, saintly soul singing in librarian tones an enameled song that coolly celebrates her chewing-gum enthusiasms. - Truman Capote
Hurry! Hurry! Step right up!
Yesterday a friend sent me a blog post about the trends in fashion and home decor titled Circus Maximus. Our end-of-the-year spectacle, Frock Out: Sideshow, will be en pointe with current design influences. This Project Runway-style competition will feature some of Denver's best independent fashion designers and a little bit of P.T. Barnum thrown into the mix.
Join bestselling author and Denver native Marne Davis Kellogg, creator of the Lily Bennett mystery series, for a discussion of her work and her much anticipated new title in the Kick Keswick series on Saturday, October 2 at 10am at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library.
I believe more in the scissors than I do in the pencil. -- Truman Capote
In conjunction with the Fresh City Life Series highlighting Truman Capote and his 1966 Black and White Ball, Denver Bookbinding Company is doing it up right for paper crafters and fans of DIY. DBBC recently launched their new bookNpaperlove branch of the business – highlighting learning experiences, crafting events, and bookmaking studios for… well, book and paper lovers. Great fall fun; sign up for one or two and enjoy!
Explore new worlds and civilizations with science fiction and fantasy reads, including Hugo and Nebula award winners, that are out of this world! We will be discussing these great genres and premiere reads on Wednesday, September 29 at 6 p.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library.
While we can discuss any Science Fiction or Fantasy title, I will also be sharing my favorites. A quick overview of the genre will include defining subgenres like Steampunk, Cyberpunk, Space Operas, and Urban Fantasy.
Sometimes the passages we like to read most are the hardest ones to write- especially those stories that make your palms sweat, your hackles rise and your pupils dialate. I'm talking about scary stories! This October we're proud to welcome author Mario Acevedo to Fresh City Life for
How did Penelope Tree become the enigmatic face of 1960s fashion and modeling? The right dress. The right place. At the right time.
Every once in a while, that romantic story of Lana Turner being discovered sitting at the counter in Schwab's Pharmacy repeats itself. American author Truman Capote threw a party in November 1966 for 500 of his closest friends; the party came to be known as the Black and White Ball and it is one of the most significant moments in American social history.
Join Jane Diamond of Memory, Magic and More to hear stories that will lead you to create your own "Freedom Note Paper" design on Saturday, September 25 at 10 a.m. for session #1 and Saturday, October 9 at 10 a.m. for session #2 at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library.
Class size is limited. Registration is required. Please call 720-865-0120 to reserve your spot!
In two sessions, participants will create and send a personalized package to our military troops plus leave with a package of their own designed note paper.
What is your therapist really thinking? Psychologist and author Dr. Jacqueline Simon Gunn discusses what it's like to be In the Therapist's Chair on Wednesday, September 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library. The evening will include a discussion, Q&A and signing of Dr. Gunn's new book.
If you've ever been curious about how psychotherapy works, join the discussion with Dr. Jacqueline Simon Gunn. As a trained Psychologist, Dr. Gunn demystifies the role of the therapist and reveals the thought process, conflicts and doubts occurring within the trained expert whom you've turned to for help.
Have you ever been curious about what a therapist's thoughts are while she is sitting with a patient? Do therapists feel emotions during session? What are they really thinking? How do therapists choose what personal information to share with their patients?