Performance and Presentations

Noche de Cuentos: Angel Vigil

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Performance and Presentations
4:00 pm - 4:45 pm

Join us for our third annual Noche de Cuentos. This year, Angel Vigil will be our guest storyteller. Come listen to bilingual stories for young and old. Acompáñanos en nuestra tercera Noche de Cuentos anual. Este año nuestro cuentista será Angel Vigil. Escucha cuentos bilingües para pequeños y grandes.

Top Hogs

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Performance and Presentations
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Meeting Room

Join us at 11 AM on the first Saturday of every month for family programming at the Sam Gary Library! Top Hogs presents an amazing, comedy-filled trick pig show that is action-packed and fun for the entire family! Get ready for non-stop thrills, audience participation, and education in this three act show- you might even catch a pig on a SKATEBOARD!

Created Equal Film Series - Freedom Riders with Special Guest Rev. James Peters

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Performance and Presentations
5:30 pm

In celebration of Black History Month, the library will present Freedom Riders, an important documentary about the time period during civil rights era when people came together to stop segregation. Special guest Rev. James Peters, Jr. will lead a powerful and insightful discussion along with showing clips of the film.

Reinventing the Human: Shakespeare and the Awakening of the Renaissance Man

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Performance and Presentations
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

There was a shift in the experience of the medieval humans from being miserable, unquestioning, keep-your-head-down and don’t-make-waves commoners to citizens who entertained aspirations of becoming a Renaissance adventurer, creator, and scientist. Could Shakespeare’s characters have provided fuel for the intellectual fire? Actor John McDonald is our guide on this experiential tour of the 16th century. How can we access Shakespearean wisdom, apply it to our own lives and embody the spirit of adventure, creativity and curiosity to fuel a Renaissance for our time?

Reinventing the Human: Shakespeare and the Awakening of the Renaissance Man

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7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

There was a shift in the experience of the medieval humans from being miserable, unquestioning, keep-your-head-down and don’t-make-waves commoners to citizens who entertained aspirations of becoming a Renaissance adventurer, creator, and scientist. Could Shakespeare’s characters have provided fuel for the intellectual fire? Actor John McDonald is our guide on this experiential tour of the 16th century. How can we access Shakespearean wisdom, apply it to our own lives and embody the spirit of adventure, creativity and curiosity to fuel a Renaissance for our time?

I Love to Read: Special Guest Reader TaRhonda Thomas

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Performance and Presentations
10:00 am

Literacy Event Presented by the Denver Public Library and Volunteers of America
Special Guest Reader, TaRhonda Thomas from Channel 9

Grades K-3. Children will receive a book from Scholastic.

Free and Open to the Public
No Registration Required

Please contact the Blair-Caldwell Library at 720-865-2401 or email blairstaff@denverlibrary.org for more information.

Created Equal Film Series - Slavery By Another Name with Special Guest Hassan Latif

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Performance and Presentations
2:00 pm

Join us for a in depth look at the American Penal system with special guest Hassan Latif, the founder and Executive Director of Second Chance Center, Inc.

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