Going back to school as an adult can be stressful; research techniques may have changed since the last time you were a student. We will show you how to: find and reserve library materials, including books and government documents; search library databases for newspaper, magazine, and journal articles; employ the help of a librarian when working on research projects.
NOTICE: Short Plaza today, as we are welcoming a professional artist at 5:30 to share her medium with us, the art of paper.
A program for all ages to work towards personal goals using FREE community resources and support. Come meet people and see something new for work or home each time! We will help you search for work on the internet, create or modify your resumé, learn a language, study for the GED or any other test, do homework, practice computer skills, and/or research health topics. Children may do homework, play with our toys, use the children's computers, or read.
Life happens and sometimes it involves the L-word. Where do you begin? Fahren Devine, Represented Litigant Coordinator with Denver County Court's Civil Self Help Center, will introduce resources available to those who help themselves.
Some of the topics will include:
Tarot is a tool for understanding the myths we inhabit and for changing those myths to better reflect our sense of purpose. Erica Walker Adams will discuss the cards and provide demonstrations, and you'll learn how tarot facilitates self-growth and change.
This is for everyone: Recovering Catholics, “Spiritual but not Religious,” Evangelicals, Atheist Jews, Mormon Bicyclists, Amateur Philosophers, Circus Performers, Muslim Accountants, Plumbers, people who read “The Secret,” and Snake Handlers…yes, Snake Handlers! Warm Cookies of the Revolution will discuss the topic of forgiveness: Is it harder to forgive or be forgiven? Are there unforgivable acts? Is forgiveness something we do for others or ourselves? Cookies and milk provided!
The fall Colorado ballot promises to stir up strong emotions in the state. With a variety of complex issues coming to a vote, it is important that we understand the ballot and what is at stake. Join Active Minds for an objective review of the ballot issues and a presentation of the arguments on each side of the proposals.
Please attend our Social Security Planning Seminar
Filing for Social Security is one of the most important and complex decision you’ll make in your lifetime, and there are many factors you must take into consideration.
At the seminar you will learn:
• Why your Social Security filing decision matters
• What you need to know about Social Security
• How to make your Social Security decision count for you and your family
Date: Tuesday September 16th
Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: Cherry Creek Library
Host: Devin Vigil
Presented by: Gabe Terry