Arrive with one or two of those old “rare” books that Grandma told you were valuable. Denver booksellers Linda Lebsack, Nancy Stevens, and Lyman Rhoades will be on hand to discuss your special adult or children’s books.
Amy Gibson is a lifelong crafter and her quilts have been featured in numerous publications; she is also the creative force behind the blog and original pattern store StitcheryDickeryDock.com. Learn more about the beautiful art of creating a quilt that tells a story and deepens our relationships with our families.
Why do we have Christmas trees? Or for that matter holiday lights, egg nog, holly or mistletoe. Join us as we seek to explain the origins of a wide variety of holiday traditions and examine how they have evolved and changed over time. Bring your own fruitcake.
PW3 is an experimental music project featuring current members of, and past contributors to, seminal indie rock outfits such as The Apples in Stereo and Neutral Milk Hotel. Formed in the mid 90s out of a shared interest to perform jazz standards, they have gone on to pay homage to influences like James Brown, Sun Ra, Sonic Youth and Stereolab in original compositions.
The Force is strong at the Library! Star Wars Reads Week, a celebration of all things Star Wars and the joy of reading, has returned. Each location will host different activities, so you may want to attend more than one. Family friendly activities may include crafts, games, costume contests, trivia, snacks and fun worthy of a galaxy far, far away. Costumes encouraged!
Meet with neighborhood gardeners to swap stuff, ideas and tips. Join us for a discussion on putting the garden to bed for winter and celebrating (and mourning) the bounties (and losses) of the gardening season.