Start the New Year off Right with Adult Programming!

We have a multitude of interesting programs coming up this week. If you like crafts, writing or cooking you will want to be sure to visit us. A reminder--please call in advance to sign up for all of the following writing and craft programs!

We have a lot of options for you on Saturday, January 11. At
10 a.m. Barb Lundy, a Colorado author, will be at Ross-University Hills for a poetry program. ​Poetry Tells Life Stories helps us ​bring our view of the world, language and our experiences ​to life​ through the art of poetry.​ There will be writing and sharing as well as information about the publishing process.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to sew by hand? Join us at Ross-Broadway on Saturday at 11 a.m. ​Each participant will be given a kit with the tools and instructions for the basic stitches -- running, back, buttonhole, blanket, hemming and appliqué -- needed to make a sampler.​
​At 2 p.m. on Saturday January 11 we have an Infinity Scarf program at Bear Valley. ​Join Holly Willis ​for this great beginners​ project​! Materials provided, but if you have material that you’d like to use, feel free to bring it.

​​Can't answer your smartphone when it's cold outside? Bring a pair of your own gloves to Ross-University Hills on ​Saturday, January 11, at 2 p.m. and we will turn them into touchscreen gloves by using conductive thread!​

Finally, at 3 p.m. at Smiley learn to make delicious Slow Cooker meals with Monica Kadillak!  There will be samples to taste and recipes to take home.

​​​We all have stories to tell, but sometimes the task of shaping those stories into a book seems overwhelming. Author and teacher Cindy Myers will encourage you and help you choose a theme, create an outline, and be on your way to writing your book. Join us on Tuesday, January 14, at 6 p.m. at Ross-University Hills to learn how to shape your ideas into a book!

​On Wednesday, January 15, at 6 p.m. visit us at Ross-Cherry Creek to learn about the Secret Life of Specialty Diets. ​​In this age of food allergies intolerances, the simple pleasure of eating can feel more like a chore. 5280 Magazine’s Food Editor, Amanda M. Faison, has personal experience navigating this sometimes overwhelming world. She’ll share her tips on how to dine out, read a menu, grocery shop and feed your family. Recipes included!

For more events, please visit our online events calendar.

Written by Susan on January 9, 2014

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