From a small, rough mining camp’s bakeries to the modern metropolis’ continental cuisine, join local historians Robert and Kristen Autobee on a stroll through Denver’s lost restaurant history one bite at a time.
Did you know only two of the 56 signatures of the Declaration of Independence were penned on July 4, 1776? The others didn't sign until nearly a month later. Join Active Minds for a look at this pivotal document and its historical context. We will examine the philosophy and ideas that underlie the text as well as the continuing influence of the document today all around the world.
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 studied at the Kansas City Art Institute and spent his early adult life in New York City before moving to Lamar, Colorado. One of his first paid commission was painting a Works Progress Administration mural for the Loveland Post Office. Sherman's subjects included cattle in landscape, cowboys, and human activity. Sherman also did paintings campaigning against drunk driving. He spent the last years of his life living in Denver's Capitol Hill where he did several paintings of his neighborhood.