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Adult Storytime

Burning Bright (book jacket image)

Start your weekend early on Friday, September 24 at Noon at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library  with your very own story time. Bring a bag lunch and sit back and enjoy a short story being read to you.

Being read to is a rare pleasure. It not only stimulates the mind, but invigorates the imagination. Bring your lunch, a friend, and/or a pillow to this unique event.

Did you attend storytime as a child? Did you know that each Denver Public Library branch offers storytime that reinforces your child's ability to learn?

Adult storytime offers the same pleasures of your youth, but tailored to your grown-up interests and schedule.

Colorado Author Series: Rebecca Rosen

Spirited: Connect to the Guides All Around You

Join us at the Schlessman Family Branch Library on Sunday, September 19 at 2 p.m. to hear author Rebecca Rosen speak. As a messenger for spirit, Rebecca's intentions are to offer guidance in one's present life, as well as opening minds and hearts to the knowing that our souls are eternal and our deceased loved ones are at peace and always with us.

Author of Spirited: Connect to the Guides All Around You, Ms. Rosen is a world renowned psychic medium with over ten years experience. She has appeared on Entertainment Tonight, The Rachael Ray Show and Nightline.

More Books on Spiritualism and Channeling:

Knitting Workshop

More Last-Minute Knitted Gifts

Calling all Knitters! Join us on Saturday, September 18 at 11:30 a.m. at the Ross-University Hills Branch Library, as Sylvia Montoya, former owner of Posh, a Yarn Boutique, shares some fab, "fiberlicious" projects you can make.

In addition to providing inspiration and ideas for holiday gifts, Sylvia can help with motivation too! Got your own project in mind you just aren't sure how to start? Bring yarn and knitting needles and Sylvia will get you going!

Introduction to Nia

Join us at the Schlessman Family Branch on Saturday, September 18 at 10:30, for an Introduction to Nia, offered by Kerstin of Harmony Yoga. Nia is a body-mind-spirit fitness class set to danceable beats of world music.

Nia blends the martial arts, the dance arts, and the healing arts into an inherently non-impact cardiovascular workout. Come wearing comfortable clothes!

Nia engages the mind as well as the body. The mind is used to imagine, witness, focus and direct attention. The emotions are used to personally engage the individual with activity, thereby creating the coupling effect needed to trigger the mind-body connection.

Introduction to Yoga

Curious about Yoga? Try out this free introductory class with Vital Yoga at Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library on Saturday, September 18 at 10 a.m. and find out about the benefits that yoga could bring to your body and mind. BYOM = Bring Your Own Mat!

The History of Yoga

Hatha Yoga

Colorado Author Series: Dr. Michelle Anthony

Little Girsl Can Be Mean

Join us at the Schlessman Family Branch Library on Sunday, September 12 at 2 p.m. to hear Dr. Michelle Anthony speak on the cultural pressures and obstacles confronting young women and girls today and what we can do to help. A book signing will follow this illuminating event.

Dr. Anthony, co-author of Little Girls Can Be Mean will present a how-to strategy session for addressing the growing problem of girl meanness in elementary school, including how and why meanness happens, ways to help girls deal with and resolve friendship struggles, and girl bullying. Attendees will learn a simple Four Step process, along with a variety of take-back tools, strategies, and activities to help their children approach many social struggles in the early years.

Storytime for Adults

Stories: All-New Tales

Start your weekend early on Friday, September 10 at Noon at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library  with your very own story time. Bring a bag lunch and sit back and enjoy a short story being read to you.

Being read to is a rare pleasure. It not only stimulates the mind, but invigorates the imagination. Bring your lunch, a friend, and/or a pillow to this unique event.

While I won't unveil which story you will be treated to on this fair afternoon, there are many great collections of short stories that make excellent read aloud material.

If you aren't able to make it to this event, the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library will be hosting another Adult Storytime on Friday, September 24 at noon.

The Buzz on Beekeeping & Honey

Bees

Join staff from DenverBee.org on Saturday, August 21, at 10:30 a.m. at Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library as they talk about their experience with and love of beekeeping and honey. Participate in a honey tasting! It will be the Bee's Knees! Learn more about having your own hive!

Author Talk with Tom Noel

Tom Noel

Join us on Wednesday, August 18, 6 p.m. at the newly renovated Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library for a magic lantern show, "Touring Cherry Creek from Francis Parkman to the Future," by noted historian Tom Noel on the historic transformation of Cherry Creek from its muddy beginnings to its glittering present.

Dr. Tom Noel, a Professor of History and Director of Public History, Preservation and Colorado Studies at University of Colorado in Denver is also known as "Dr.

Chef Daniel is an Avocado

Chef Daniel (image)

We're very excited to present you with the RootDown cooking demo series every Saturday in August from 10:30-12 in the B2 Conference Center.

RootDown is one of Denver's best healthy fine-dining restaurants, and Chef Daniel Asher is ready and willing to teach us how to make a fancy four course RootDown-style meal using local organic products! I recently had the opportunity to ask Daniel some personal questions about food, childhood and vices. Read on, reader:

You are undeniably passionate about ethical, healthy food. How did you eat as a kid? Did your passion start then, or later?

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