The Apprentice of Peace team is back and offering another 6 week program focused on Tai Chi methods that improve balance. This integrative approach strengthens the body —including bone strength, joint stability, cardiovascular health, immunity as well as focuses the mind and emotional well-being. Visit their website at http://www.aopeacewellness.com/
The Sam Gary knitting circle meets in front of the fireplace the third Thursday evening of every month. Bring your own knitting project to work on as you benefit from the camaraderie and expertise of other knitters.
James Russell Sherman, (1906-1989), studied at Kansas City Art Institute and Arts Students League of New York. One of his paid commissions, through a U.S. Treasury Department national competition, was a mural for the Loveland post office. Sherman’s subjects included landscapes, cowboys, cubism, abstracts, portraits, still life and social issues. Sherman also did a series of highway safety paintings to bring attention to accidents related to drinking and speeding.
Black and white images of the Colorado landscape by Thomas Carr, Staff Archaeologist for History Colorado in Denver. The images represent his second decade of photographic work in Colorado, where Thomas has lived for the past twenty years.