Whether you want to improve your knitting, learn about downloading books, bond with your unborn baby, or help the child in your life with literacy skills, Fresh City Life My Branch has a class for you this week!
Amy Winehouse died in London over the weekend at the age of 27. She tragically joins the ranks of many notable musicians that passed away at this young age. Winehouse's albums include Back to Black and Frank.
Don't miss the last night of the Film Fiesta: "It's All about the Food!" on Wednesday, July 27. See the films Tortilla Heaven and Like Water for Chocolate at Su Teatro at The Denver Civic Theater, 721 S. Santa Fe Dr.
Arrive early for the tortilla feast! Doors open at 5:30 p.m., movie begins at 6:30 p.m. seating is limited and on a first come, first served basis. All events are FREE and open to the public, except for parking in some cases. Free parking is available on the street for those that arrive early. Lots are available for $3.00 on the north and south sides of the theater.
Su Teatro at The Denver Civic Theater--303-296-0219.
Our new monthly event, ArtSkool, went on a field trip yesterday. We all met at Matter Graphic Design to learn about creating type, copy and art using antique printing presses. The results were pretty amazing. Matter's Rick Griffith opened the event with a brief introduction to the history and uses of printing type and then things got really interesting.
Michael Connelly, born July 21, 1956, is a popular author you may or may not know. If you want to know more about Michael Connelly or any other author, our database Literature Resource Center can help.
Wrap up your summer with an outdoor tai chi workshop.
Mearl Thompson, master tai chi instructor from the Ancient Harmony studio, will be leading our tai chi workshop this August. We'll be meeting every Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. on the north lawn of the library (at the corner of 14th Ave. and Broadway). I've always wanted to experience this aesthetic form of exercise, so I'm really looking forward to this workshop. More info.
Lynd Ward is known as a graphic innovator. A prolific artist, he has illustrated more than 200 books for children and adults.
In 2010, the Library of America published a two volume collection of six wordless woodcut novels by Lynd Ward. The first novel God's Man was originally published the week of the 1929 stock market crash and was considered the first woodcut novel published in the United States.
Don't you just hate it when the gasket flanges on your '84 Caddie rust? Try our online version of Auto Repair Reference Center and get instructions with diagrams to fix this and many other car-related issues. (Available with DPL card).
In addition to the illustrated automotive repair manuals from the Chilton Total Car Series covering 21,000 vehicles, you will find: