Bring new dimension to your knitting with this 3 part workshop that really pops the top. Expert Ann Myhre, owner of Knitty Cat, brings her mad genius to this class – you’ll learn simple and intricate methods for adding bas relief (raised) details to your knitting projects. You’ll also explore how to knit negative spaces (holes, really) into your pieces. It is knitting with a Pop! $20 materials fee, all yarn included. Registration is required and will open on Wednesday, July 24.
Wednesdays, August 7, 14 and 21, Noon-2 p.m. http://denverlibrary.org/fresh#pop
This intermediate knitting, 4 part workshop explores the technique of toe-up sock knitting. Taught by our expert knitters Janny Potter and Ann Myhre, you’ll bring your sock knitting anxiety to heel in a great class while creating a cozy pair of socks for cool autumn weather. Choose from a gorgeous selection of self-striping yarns for this project. Cost of yarn for this workshop is $8.50 and students bring their needles from home or their favorite LYS. Registration is required and will open on Monday, July 22.
Mondays, August 5, 12, 19 and 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The Petite Chanteuse has been dazzling international audiences with her lively music presentations and smoked-crystal singing voice. Her songlist is inspired and has a decidedly French café vibe – highlighting classics like La Vie En Rose and Mon Homme. She’ll also serenade our audience with some of her favorite songs in Spanish. Join us for a vocal concert that will delight. http://denverlibrary.org/fresh#jadore
Are you discouraged by your inability to lose weight – your inability to take charge of your mind and body and practice what you ALREADY know? To follow a healthy eating plan – rather than overeating today and peering into an empty box of cookies tomorrow? What’s wrong with our brain anyway?
COOKING DEMOS: BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER: SEASON FINALE
Hope you can make it to this incredible multi-tiered food event that represents the heart and soul of Chef Shellie's mission: helping regular, everyday cooks make and enjoy the best food possible while being a healthy eater and mindful chef. Here’s how we’re going to ‘set the table:’
“Produced by the team which made Food Matters, Hungry for Change makes its case quickly and simply, by utilizing people who walk-the-walk as well as talk-the-talk. The greatest strength of the film is the straightforward nature with which this information is delivered. What could be very dry and science-jargon-heavy is instead approached as one would a conversation. What makes Hungry for Change such a worthwhile endeavor is the sheer amount of motivation, information, and testimonials packed into the film. None of the topics are so overwhelming that the message is lost in translation.
The phrase ‘avant-garde’ is overused and has lost its meaning. If you’d care to be reminded of what this phrase truly means, catch Helen Gillet’s encore concert at Denver Public Library. She performed here last year, and brought the house down. We are lucky to host her again this summer while she travels and performs around the country.
Enjoy Latin rhythms al fresco – Daniel Ondaro’s group performs on our plaza (near the west entrance). Ondaro creates exciting, one-of-a-kind concerts by combining an eclectic blend of talented musicians and playing music that is multicultural while reflecting the personalities of each musician. http://denverlibrary.org/fresh#latin