Last night was pretty fantastic here at Fresh City Life. We rechristened our partnership with Curious Theatre Company through Voices From the Front Lines -- a staged reading of works written by military veterans of contemporary wars. Several of the pieces had been written through a special program sponsored by Lighthouse Writers Workshop. There were tears and even laughter -- and our audience was rapt!
Write your own fortune this week, and predict that you will attend a Fresh City Life My Branch program on Saturday, February 4!
There are numerous options for all the crafters out there who want to exercise their creativity before watching the big game this weekend! All of these events are happening on Saturday, February 4 as part of our Make & Take Studio Series:
10 a.m.: Felt Fortune Cookies at Schlessman. Write your own creative fortunes and swap prophetic one-liners with your fellow crafters as you make these sweet treats!
How about a cup of coffee with your appetizers? Or your dinosaurs! Fresh City Life My Branch has all that and more!
Tired of the same old coffeemaker, or want to save money by brewing your own at home? Learn brew methods you may not be familiar with and how to make a delicious cup of coffee at home using both classic and new contraptions during Strange Brew! Please register: 720-865-0135 or email@example.com. Saturday, January 28 at 10 a.m. at the Ross-Broadway Branch.
The Fresh City Life My Branch Colorado Authors Series presents Kitty Migaki, author of Alphabet Denver on April 1 at 2:00 p.m. at the Schlessman Family Branch Library.
Why are we talking about it so early? Because we want you & your family to participate in the hunt! In advance of Kitty Migaki's April 1 presentation on Alphabet Denver - A GPS Alphabet Hunt Book, we are highlighting the GPS Alphabet Hunt feature of the book, by hosting a GPS hunt of our own! Follow this clue: 39˚40.472' -104˚58.045' in the first step towards our cache box and a fun prize!!
Enhance your health, embellish your t-shirt, or fatten your wallet this week with Fresh City Life My Branch programs!
Start your health quest on Saturday, January 21 at 2:00 p.m. at Ross-Cherry Creek with Healthy Detox. Learn how to dust out your body's cobwebs and start the new year with a gentle, foods-based detoxification. Learn how cleansing can give your body and mind more energy, better sleep, and greater concentration.
By now, most of you know about the eBooks you can download from Denver Public Library, but do you know about other places you can go to get free eBooks for your Nook, Kindle or other eReader? There are many sites out there that have taken books out of their copyright and digitized them for public consumption. They are free, and you never have to return them.
Because most of these titles are outside of copyright, you are not looking at current best sellers. But if you want to get your Shakespeare or Austen on, you've come to the right place. I have actually found a few surprises in some of the catalogs, including some Kurt Vonnegut, P.G.
This Saturday, join Fresh City Life My Branch for one of these special events! The Colorado Authors Series presents Sundari Kraft, author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Urban Homesteading, or learn how to arrange your home library with Thatcher Wine from Juniper Books.
What do you want to learn this week? Knitting? Guitar? How to use your new eReader? Fresh City Life My Branch has it all for you!
Maybe your New Year's resolution is to finally learn to play that guitar or ukulele that's been sitting in your closet? Join us starting tonight, Monday, January 9, at the Ross-Broadway Branch for So You Want to Play…Guitar? Ukulele? at 6:30 p.m. You'll learn how to choose an instrument, what accessories you need, and more! Space is limited, please register: 720-865-0135 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fresh City Life My Branch is back with a diverse, fun, and educational schedule of events for January & February! Check out the whole schedule here. Some upcoming highlights include:
Our first Colorado Authors Series event of 2012 is with Stephen Singular on Saturday, January 7 at 2:00 p.m. at Schlessman. Mr. Singular is a 2-time New York Times bestselling author who grew up in Kansas. His first book was Talked to Death about the murder of Denver radio personality, Alan Berg.
If you got a fancy new Nook or Kindle for Christmas but aren't sure how to make it work with Denver Public Library's downloadable books, fret not! The Community Technology Center is providing FREE instruction to show you how it's done.
Come to one of our eMedia classes at the Central Library, or attend a Tech Petting Zoo at your neighborhood branch library to learn how to find, check out, download and transfer books to your reader.
If you have an eReader and/or laptop, please bring them to class. If you are curious about purchasing an eReader, devices will be available to try out!