Special Storytime for Four-Year-Olds. Join us to celebrate One Book 4 Colorado. We’ll be reading great books about *???* and you’ll get to take home a copy of the *winning title (while supplies last)! Anyone who is, was, or will be age four in 2015 gets a free book. No Registration Required. See you there!
*Winning Title to be Revealed April 13!*
Preschool Arts and Crafts for ages 3 - 5. We'll read a book or two and create a simple craft. We may also learn about color, experiment with different textures, get exposure to various art materials, and even practice with scissors. Come prepared to get messy. Please be on time! Limit 20 children. No registration required.
In honor of a great local poet, Jake Adam York, whose untimely death in December of 2012, left an entire community of family, friends and students reeling. York was a professor at Denver University and published three books of poetry. He was a great proponent of Southern cooking and especially BBQ; one of his finest poems is about the ways in which food brings us together. And we come together for Jake Adam York – to hear some of his poems read out loud, have a little lemonade and sample some southern cooking. All are welcome!
Native American Flute with Bear Livmere
Tradition and new age meet in this concert that blends Native American flute with the influences of Jazz, Blues and Estonian Folk music. Bear Livmere loves the tonal warmth of wooden flutes; he creates unique music full of heart and soul.
Saturday, April 25, 2-3 p.m., Schlessman Hall, Level 1
Jazz Classics with The Tom Gershwin Duo
Always searching for new challenges in his music, trumpeter Tom Gershwin explores the broad range of classic jazz in this duo project. Working with guitarist Bill Kopper, brass and strings combine effortlessly for intimate ballads, joyful swing tunes and some snappy bebop.
Saturday, April 18, 2-3 p.m., Schlessman Hall, Level 1