Hear the story of the historic Fort Logan Field Officer's Quarters near Quincy and Lowell. The 3-story brick home, built in 1889 on Officer's Row, which still stands, is now a museum and has been designated a Denver Landmark. Fort Logan's story began in 1887 with the arrival of troops at the new "Camp Near the City of Denver." Over the years, thousands of soldiers and airmen enlisted, served, and were separated at Fort Logan until the post closed in 1946.
When Collins moved to the Denver area, she had a 2-year-old and was 6 months pregnant. She immediately began searching for a resource of fun and interesting places to take her children. Most of the information she found was either for older children or focused on a specific area or activity. She wanted a wide array of destinations for every season and every budget. Since she couldn't find one, she decided to create one. In the process, she learned a great deal about the city we all call home, made many good friends, discovered some true gems, and created the book Playdate With Denver.
Medicare, Medicaid, rehabilitation, home health care, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Guardianship, aging in place, VA benefits, Assisted Living, nursing homes: Aging is a swirl of unfamiliar terms. Learn from an elder law attorney how to make sense of legal tools available to you and your loved ones as we age.
Learn 10 tax strategies to get the most out of your tax return, both this year and in the future. This seminar presented by Kyle Laubenstein will cover tax strategies that will help you save. Great for both individuals and small business owners trying to maximize their returns. Please RSVP to email@example.com or 303-819-2845.
Join us for a needlework craft circle! Whether you like to knit, crochet, or do needlepoint, come and craft with us--whatever your skill level. Quick lessons, tips, and troubleshooting will be available for beginners--learn something new! Please bring your own supplies.
Is it time to follow your dream of shop ownership (brick or online)? Learn factors not typically mentioned in a business class but that are critical to your success as a store owner. Identify your strengths & weaknesses as they apply to selling, finding & displaying merchandise, your comfort with risk, and learn other skills you may not know you need! Presented by Dianne Denholm, owner of a Cherry Creek boutique for 20 years, currently Executive Director and Founder of TACtile Textile Arts Center. Look for Part 2 March 19!