Do you get sneezy, watery-eyed, or short of breath when gardening season rolls around? If so, your symptoms may be related to plants in your garden. Some plants' pollen can wreak havoc on allergy-suffers' immune systems. Denver landscape designer and garden writer Deb Courtner explains how to identify allergy troublemakers in your landscape and offers tips for selecting and appropriate plants so that you can enjoy your garden instead of taking refuge inside.
Everything you always wanted to know about traveling Europe with kids but were too afraid to ask! Join us for an informative and entertaining talk hosted by a family who lived abroad and traveled throughout Europe with young children and learn some of their tricks for coming home in one piece.
Think that training your dog is too hard? Learn how easy and fun it can be, using the positive clicker training method. You'll learn the basics, see some demonstrations, and be ready to start training your dog--or cat--when you get home. Humans only, please.
FREE family day at the Denver Art Museum- look at the art you and other children created at your library. Enjoy food, family activities, a walk through the museum and much more!
Saturday, April 20 from 10 am to 12 noon
Denver Art Museum, 100 West 14th Avenue Parkway (South of 13th Avenue between Broadway and Bannock)
There will be buses which will pick up families from the Hampden,
Hadley, Barnum, Woodbury and Montbello branches at 9 am. Buses will be back from the museum by 12:30 p.m.
START SMALL, THINK BIG…
Join us at the plaza netWORK
Woodbury Branch Library
3265 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80211
Thursday, March 21 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Connect with creative entrepreneurs, local businesses, and community members to collectively share ideas and feedback on how to thrive creatively in a tough economic climate. Sample goods from local vendors with special performances by The Stormcellars
Invented in China, but popularized by Johannes Gutenberg in 1440, moveable type was like the internet for the 15th century, allowing widespread reproduction of printed materials like books, announcements, and advertising. Today, it is taking shape in a printer with a mobile letterpress studio traveling cross country showing the art of letterpress printing. Join us on March 16, 2013 at Ross-Barnum (from 10-12am) and Woodbury (from 2-4pm) branch libraries to learn more about the tradition and craft of printing presented by Kyle Durrie and take home a print or two afterward!