Weekend: Meditate, Travel, Create, Can

Tao of Letting Go
Guatemala All About Canning

Join Fresh City Life My Branch this weekend: learn to meditate, travel to Guatemala, create a magnet, or learn to preserve your garden's vegetables to enjoy all winter!

All these events are happening on Saturday, September 17 at 2:00 p.m. How will you decide?

Needing a way to quiet your body, mind, and thoughts? Be introduced to Taoist Meditation at the Ross Cherry Creek Branch. Be introduced to the basic methods of sitting, quieting the mind, focusing the breath, and finding stillness. Basic theory of Taoist meditation and the concepts of Jing, Qi, and Shen, and the three treasures of the human body will also be explored.

Curious about Guatemala? Whether you're planning your own trip or want to take a virtual vacation, join Anna Winkel as she shares her adventures exploring Guatemala by Chicken Bus at the Smiley Branch. Journey from the old capital city of Antigua to the shores of Lago Atitlan to the mountains of Alta Verapaz. Food samples included!

There's still space left in Magnet Creations at the Bear Valley Branch! Get creative and create magnets or buttons with pictures from old magazines. All materials provided. Please register: 720-865-0975 or fclmybranch@denverlibrary.org.

And don't forget about Carol Batrus' Colorado Authors Series appearance at Schlessman!

At 3:00 p.m. on Saturday at the Ross University Hills Branch, join Denver Urban Homesteading for Canning: Preserve Your Garden's Bounty. College biology professor Rhonda Hatta will teach you the fundamentals of canning your garden vegetables for your enjoyment all through the winter and spring.

See the complete Fresh City Life My Branch schedule for more events!

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