Murmur Debuts in RiNo; Getting That Old Time Feeling

Denver Public Library is teaming up with Improper City to create Denver's newest sweet spot for Sunday mornings. Murmur debuts Dec. 2 and promises to bring all the good feelings of getting together with new friends to enjoy music, laughter, poetry and dramatic performances. We'll even have a food sampling for you. Join us for this exciting new venture and a chance to gather with your community. 

Murmur: A Community Gathering to Celebrate Art, Music, Storytelling and Each Other
Sunday, Dec. 2, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. @ Improper City 2901 Walnut Street, 80205
There’s a secret in the city, but not for long. Denver Public Library and Improper City present Murmur, a monthly event that highlights creativity from all walks of our community. Hosted by performance artist Julie Rada with sound, light and costumes provided by designer Kyle Lane. Enjoy fellowship with your neighbors along with live music, food sampling, a chance to sing with the ‘choir,’ an inspirational reading and some surprise performance pieces.

Coffee and nibbles available before and after the service at Improper City’s coffee bar—plus they have great food truck options for brunch. This month’s theme is 'Transformation.' Get a little dressed up and join us for the debut of Murmur. Free and open to the public. Please register to attend this event.

Written by Chris on November 13, 2018