This Weekend: Yoga, Bees, and Candles

Keeping Honey Bees

Fresh City Life My Branch has a lot to offer this weekend, whether you're looking to learn about yoga, beekeeping, want to hear an author read, or make a candle in a teacup! All of these adult events are happening on Saturday, May 7:

Interested in urban beekeeping? Denver beekeeper Siobhan Keleher will talk about helpful books, websites, and local organizations for the beginning beekeeper, along with an overview of bees and equipment. She'll also answer questions about types of hives, styles of beekeeping, and how to decide what's right for you. 1 p.m. at the Ross-University Hills Branch.

The Bear Valley Branch will be hosting an introduction to yoga at 2 p.m. Mary-Ann Plocher from Rishi's Crossing Yoga Studio will introduce yoga through gentle movement and breath awareness. Topics covered will include the benefits of a yoga practice and what style or class might be the right fit for you. Wear comfortable clothing that allows movement.

Need a last minute Mother's Day gift? Make a candle in a teacup--one that you have at home that you're not using, or one that you find in a thrift store! Bring your own cup and create something new out of it! 2 p.m. at the Smiley Branch. Registration required: 720-865-0260.

The Colorado Authors Series presents Cort McMeel, author of Short, a novel set in the world of high stakes energy trading, at Schlessman at 11 a.m.

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