Breaking the Barriers 2.0 – The Asian Connection Portrait Series
The United Tennis Association-Colorado District and Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Barry Gutierrez are collaborating to bringing stories of diversity, health, creativity, wellness and inclusion through art. Barry Gutierrez specializes in corporate clients with experience as a photojournalist and as a photographer. For more information on his work visit www.barrygutierrez.com
Come and meet Officer Gomez from District 1 Denver Police Department. She will be reading fun stories to you and you will even have the chance to sit on her car and see how it feels to be a police officer.
Ven y conoce a la Oficial Gómez del Distrito 1, del Departamento de Policía de Denver. Ella leerá historias divertidas y podrás subirte a su carro de policía y ver que se siente ser parte del departamento de policía.
The Denver Police Museum presents a look at the past, highlighting male and female African American police officers who have served the community. The exhibit will feature oral histories from retired officers, as well as uniforms, badges and other artifacts.
Express the art of yoga through body and mind, while reducing everyday stress with Mile High Fitness. Progressive movement to increase flexibility and strength over time is introduced throughout each session. Various types of yoga may be offered depending on participant fitness levels.
Join players and coaches of the Glendale Raptors Rugby Club for a free clinic for ages six and older. Come and learn to play one of the fastest growing sports in America. In addition to the outdoor fun, there will be a chance to support local food vendors and a special all-ages storytime.
Award-winning multi-media artist and educator Valerie C. White has been creating quilts for almost 25 years. Come and peruse pieces of White's art, from traditional work to contemporary expression.
Wednesday, June 10, 5-7 p.m.
Valerie C. White - Quilt Artist & Educator
An award winning Fiber Artist Valerie C. White has been creating quilts for almost twenty years. A retired Art educator from the District of Columbia Public Schools in Washington DC, she continues to share her passion for textiles, teaching and presenting lectures nationally.