Looking for an outdoor adventure for you and your family? Geocaching offers exploration, problem solving and fun on mountain tops, at local parks, and even within your local library. Come to our Geocaching 101 event and learn the basics of this fun and rewarding high-tech treasure hunt.
Play a 9-hole course of putt-putt golf in the library after hours. Golfers are encouraged to sign up for a tee time in advance by calling 720-865-0250 or stopping by the library. Walk-ins are welcome and will tee off on a first-come, first-served basis. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Meet authors Scott Peterson and Joshua Pruett as they talk about their novelization of Disney's blockbuster film, The Jungle Book. They are writers of the hit Disney television series, Phineas and Ferb, and the soon-to-debut Disney series, Milo Murphy's Law starring Weird Al Yankovic. Scott and Joshua will be in Denver to read from their novel, discuss the writing process, and sign copies of their book. They will also pull back the cover on their work on “Phineas and Ferb” with a multi-media presentation and live character drawing demonstration.
Indulge in ice cream with neighbors and donate a nonperishable food item to the Greater Park Hill Community Emergency Food Bank. Bring a can if you can. Learn about volunteer opportunities that will deepen your connection with your community.
Favorite Subjects is an exhibition of recent paintings by local artist Christine Fontenot. A collection of works that reflects her love of color while exploring figurative, floral and still-life genres, it seeks to remind us of the beauty that abounds in our everyday lives.