The future has arrived, but not everyone has heard. Why not place a Jetson's-style video call to let them know? Join us and learn the basics on how to use Skype to make video calls to friends and family.
Other than water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world and one of the oldest, tracing its roots (so to speak) to at least the 5th century BCE. Join Active Minds as we tell the story of tea, including the role it played in colonial empire building, the different types of tea, how it is grown and processed, who grows and drinks the most (which are not the same), and much more.
Whether you're looking to lose weight, live a healthier lifestyle or just like to eat--this is the class for you! Learn how to prepare simple plant-based recipes with easy-to-find ingredients. Vegan, nearly vegan or the just plain hungry are welcome to attend. Samples will be available.
Coffee cupping is the industry standard for judging a brew’s flavor and overall quality. Participants will learn basic tasting vocabulary and skills and use these to take in the savor of roasts from some of Denver’s top coffee roasters, including Copper Door, Corvis and Kaladi Coffee.
Our knowledgeable and skilled tech docent will lead a guided tour of Cloud Computing online, with a focus on Google Drive and Dropbox. Learn how to best share memories with loved ones, or work on a collaborative online project with partners from afar. It really is a small world, after all.
As the longest-serving First Lady of the United States, Eleanor Roosevelt was both outspoken and, at times, quite controversial. Join Active Minds as we examine her life and the impact it had on important causes such as human rights and the successful launch of the United Nations.
Members of the Rocky Mountain Wa Shonaji Quilt Guild will depict their individual journeys to Colorado. These quilts, original in design, are 18" x 24" and will be displayed both vertically and horizontally, with no borders or bindings, so that when hung together the roads and byways the members traveled will connect them to Denver. Though predominantly of African-American ancestry, the RMWSQG celebrates ethnic diversity in membership, as well as in the many different patterns displayed in their quilts. For information about the guild visit their website http://www.washonaji.org/