Fresh City Life My Branch has exciting programs for you this week!
On Monday, May 2 at 6 p.m. at SchlessmanFamily Branch you can learn how to Outsmarting Investment Fraud. The FINRA Investor Education Foundation will teach you about the basics of safe investing, including questions to ask before making investment decisions, how to verify if an investment product or professional is legitimate, how to identify and report investment fraud, and common fraud tactics and how to avoid them.
Saturday, April 30th is jam packed full of great library activities! Whether you enjoy Nia at University Hills, Peep contest judging at Schlessman or learning about restyling kids' clothes at Smiley - we would love to have you join us!
Polish up your cake decorating skills on Tuesday, April 26th at 6pm at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library with Michelle Bush from Gateaux Specialty Cakes and Pastries as she instructs you in how to create molded fondant animals, tiffany and square bows for present cakes, and cut-out and molded flowers.
Have your friends been pestering you to set up a Facebook account? Are you brand new to social networking? Come and learn how to use Facebook safely and effectively. It's easy - and FUN!
If you've been putting off learning to use Facebook, or if you're new to the social networking scene, Facebook 101 is for you! In this class you'll learn the basic functions of Facebook, as well as how to adjust privacy settings for a safe online experience. There are over 500 million active Facebook users worldwide, so connecting with college roommates, grandchildren, and former coworkers is easier than ever.
The Peep with the Dragon Tattoo? War and Peeps? Twipeep? Harry Peeper? Are you ready for our 2nd annual Peep Your Book contest?
If you have a favorite book, and enjoy those marshmallow Peeps that surface in grocery stores every spring, put them together for the Fresh City Life My Branch Peep Your Book Contest! Create a shoebox-sized diorama of a scene from your favorite book using marshmallow Peeps as the characters. See branches accepting entries for complete submission details. Categories and prizes for adults, teens, kids, and families!
Denver Public Library and Craig Bergsgaard Studios present:
Lessons Learned at Bloody Sand Creek, a free panel discussion on one of the most infamous chapters in Colorado history.
Sunday, April 17, 2 p.m.
Central Library, Level B2 Conference Center
Of all the atrocities perpetrated on the Native American people during the Westward expansion, Colorado was home to one of the worst: The Sand Creek Massacre.
On November 29, 1864, on the banks of the Sand Creek in southeastern Colorado, a 700-man militia raided a peaceful Cheyenne and Arapaho settlement, slaughtering and mutilating the inhabitants—most of whom were women, children, and elders.
For 146 years, people have been trying to understand why and how seemingly civilized people could perpetrate such a grisly act.
Whether you want to take a virtual trip around the world or expand your craft skills or mystery book knowledge, FCL My Branch has an event for you this week!
Learn about healthy lifestyle changes that you can make on Monday, March 21 at 6:00 p.m. at the Schlessman Family Branch with Certified Personal Trainer and Licensed Sport Nutritionist Melissa Anderson. She'll help you get your groove on!
Ready to get healthier but don't know where to start? Fresh City Life My Branch has a few places for you to begin!
On Saturday, March 19, 10 a.m. at the Schlessman Family Branch, learn about the health benefits of yoga from Michelle Corriell, Registered Yoga Teacher and owner of neighborhood studio Harmony Yoga. Michelle will answer common questions that people have about starting a yoga practice and help you decide if it's right for you. You don't have to be flexible to try yoga, and you don't have to be of a certain age or ability level, either!
Jim Hall will be speaking about his book Parachuting for Gold in Old Mexico on Saturday, March 12 at 2:00 p.m. at the Schlessman Family Branch Library.
Mr. Hall's book is a memoir of his days as the world's first parachuting mining engineer. He completed over 1800 jumps in his 60 years and has received many awards and honors for his parachuting innovations. Mr. Hall is a retired Colorado Air National Guard Brigadier General and was inducted into the Colorado Aviation Hall of Fame in 1985. See pictures from his adventures and find out more about him on his website.