Are you freaked out because your son is bringing his vegan girlfriend for Thanksgiving? Wondering what to feed a gluten-free friend? Cooking for someone who has food preferences different from your own can be daunting. Fortunately, the internet has a treasure trove of recipes that will please any type of eater. So get out your laptop, fire up the oven, and prepare to sit down to a feast that everyone on your guest list can enjoy!
You're probably wondering what a post about special diets is doing in the Library's Technology Blog. Well if you're an adventurer like me, you hop online to get the latest news, check weather reports, and ooo and awwwww over photos of your friends' kids. The web is also my favorite place to find recipes! It's true. I can often be found whipping up vegan vittles in my kitchen with my laptop sitting safely atop the breakfast bar. I have piles of vegan cookbooks, but when I've cooked for friends with different dietary restrictions I went to the internet for recipes.
Arrive early for the tortilla feast! Doors open at 5:30 p.m., movie begins at 6:30 p.m. seating is limited and on a first come, first served basis. All events are FREE and open to the public, except for parking in some cases. Free parking is available on the street for those that arrive early. Lots are available for $3.00 on the north and south sides of the theater.
Su Teatro at The Denver Civic Theater--303-296-0219.
Fresh City Life My Branch has an event for you this week, whether you want to talk books, get recipes for your picnics, learn mahjongg or flower arranging, or hear about the history of NASA's Apollo program.
There are 2 opportunities to join in on a book discussion this week:
Explore space at the family-friendly A Whole New World: Dawn at Vesta event on Saturday, July 16 at 11:00 a.m. at the Schlessman Family Branch. NASA's Dawn spacecraft will arrive at asteroid Vesta this month. Learn about the faster than fast ion engine literally propelling the mission, science instrumentation, and how Dawn will contribute to our understanding of the Solar System.
Three free Film Fiestas remain in July at Su Teatro at the Denver Civic Theater! On the remaining Wednesdays in July--July 13, 20 and 27--see movies, performers and food related to various Latino cultures.
Plus, Byers Branch Library has related book displays and some children's activities during their regular hours.
All events are FREE and open to the public, except for parking in some cases. Free parking is available on the street for those that arrive early. Lots are available for $3.00 on the north and south sides of the theater.
There are offerings for whatever you want to learn this week through Fresh City Life My Branch! Hungry? Try Picnic Foods tonight, July 11 at 6:30 p.m. at Schlessman. Learn to liven up your picnics or hikes with dishes that everyone will love! Recipes and samples included! Or maybe you're thinking of changing the way you eat.
Smart singles will be heading down to MadWine & Novo Coffee tonight for our singles night: STAG. This social club is guided by Denver's enchanting author, burlesque artist and hostess -- Vivienne VaVoom. STAG offers Denver singles a chance to connect with other interesting people in a relaxed setting. Vivienne always brings a little magic to each gathering and tonight will be no exception. One drink minimum please. Time and info.
Celebrate National Brain Awareness Day with LearningRx on Saturday, May 21 starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch. There will be a different program every hour! Come for one, or stay all day!
9:30 a.m. Smart Toybox: A parents’ guide to improving cognitive skills through play with Andrea Pitman, Educational Consultant
10:30 a.m. Nutrition for a Healthy Brain, Erin Allgeier, RN
11:30 a.m. The Danger Zone Vortex of Stress, Joanne Hudson, MA
12:30 p.m. The Impact of Working Memory on Attention and Literacy, Christina Sevilla, MS, OTR