Little Free Libraries are popping up all over Park Hill and Denver and are a great way to share a love of books and reading with your community. Come and contribute the success stories and lessons learned from your Little Free Library while socializing and snacking with neighbors and fellow book lovers in a casual setting!
Come to Eugene Field to hear about, and maybe even meet some of the real-life characters in Don Morreale’s new book, Cowboys, Yogis and One-legged Ski Bums: The Extraordinary Lives of Ordinary Coloradans.
In Farm Fork Food: A Year of Spectacular Recipes Inspired by Black Cat Farm, Eric Skokan invites home cooks to partake of the immediacy and excitement of vegetables just out of the garden and fruit right off the branch. Come meet Eric to learn more about Black Cat Farm, his Boulder restaurants Black Cat Farm Bistro and Bramble and Hare, and some truly inspired “locavore” cooking!
Calling all stitchers, knitters, embroiderers, crocheters; come one, come all! Enjoy the company of other crafters while sharing your most intriguing read of the month, from novels to poetry to magazine or newspaper articles. Limited materials and instructions will be provided but please bring your own project and come prepared to tell us about your favorite read. Light refreshments will be provided.
From an award-winning, “meticulously observant” (The New Yorker), and “masterful” (Booklist) writer Helen Thorpe comes a groundbreaking account of three women deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq, and how their military service affected their friendship, their personal lives, and their families. Join us for a reading and discussion.
Share your love of a banned book with the world! Readers across the country are participating in a Virtual Read-Out, sharing their stories and celebrating their freedom to read. Denver Public Library staff will help you film a short video supporting your favorite banned or challenged book, which will be shared online as part of the Virtual Read-Out.
Share your love of a banned books with the world! Across the country readers are participating in a Virtual Read-Out, sharing their stories and celebrating their freedom to read.
Denver Public Library staff will help you film a short video supporting your favorite banned or challenged book, which will be shared online as part of the Virtual Read-Out.