Start the New Year off Right with Adult Programming!
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!
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.