Four talented chefs, four spectacular, moist and delicious breads -- but only one will be crowned the winner.
Fresh City Life is bringing together food entrepreneurs and chefs for Battle Quick Bread – including Ellen Daehnick of Helliemae’s Salt Caramels. Though Ellen has a legion of fans who love her caramel sauces and candies, she jumped at the chance to compete for the bragging rights of Best Quick Bread. When asked about the competition, she said, “Look, I’ve got excellent recipes for quick breads with caramel in them, but maybe I’ll mix it up and do something chocolatey or with a touch of booze.
"The best things in life are free. But you can give them to the birds and bees. I want money." -- The Flying Lizards
Social workers are notoriously underpaid and most of them have copious student loans to pay off while working relatively thankless jobs and trying to make ends meet. Emily Anderson fit that description perfectly – finding herself financially strapped much of the time – until she went on a spending fast. Emily shares the ins and outs of money fasting this month at the Denver Public Library:
Join Fresh City Life My Branch this weekend: learn to meditate, travel to Guatemala, create a magnet, or learn to preserve your garden's vegetables to enjoy all winter!
All these events are happening on Saturday, September 17 at 2:00 p.m. How will you decide?
Needing a way to quiet your body, mind, and thoughts? Be introduced to Taoist Meditation at the Ross Cherry Creek Branch. Be introduced to the basic methods of sitting, quieting the mind, focusing the breath, and finding stillness. Basic theory of Taoist meditation and the concepts of Jing, Qi, and Shen, and the three treasures of the human body will also be explored.
Fresh City Life My Branch has something for you this week, whether you're thinking about retirement, want to make sure your kids (or grandkids) are ready for school, or want some insider travel tips!
Tonight, September 12at 5:00 p.m. at Schlessman representatives from the Social Security Administration and from Waddell & Reed, Financial Advisors will answer your questions in Social Security and Retirement: What You Need to Know. Learn how to estimate your Social Security benefits, if there is a "best age" to start receiving benefits, and if you can work and receive benefits at the same time.
Looking for ways to be green in your life? Fresh City Life My Branch has ideas for you this weekend!
What's greener than reading a book & sitting down to discuss it? Slow down your life with Bear Valley's Saturday Morning Book Club this Saturday, September 10 at 10:00 a.m. Join the group for a cup of coffee and a discussion of Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay. Seen the movie? Come discuss the differences!
Whether you have questions about Social Security and retirement, technology, or just want to virtually travel to India, join us for a Fresh City Life My Branch program this week!
Got computer questions? Whether you want to know more about being safe online, sending email, the Denver Public Library catalog or databases, or how to download ebooks or audio ebooks from the DPL web site, our Tech Open House can help you feel safe and successful when using the computer! Bring your questions! Wednesday, September 7, 2:00 p.m. at the Bear Valley Branch.
Whether your favorite game includes spelling rare words for a triple score or discovering that Colonel Mustard did it in the library with a revolver, Fresh City Life's Game Night offers something for everyone. Hosted by MadWine Bar and Novo Coffee (13th and Acoma Plaza), you'll be treated to fun times and the chance to mingle with other old school gamers.
It's never too early to look ahead and plan your upcoming week. Whether you need to fix up your resume, learn some computer skills, or try your hand at knitting, there is plenty for you to enjoy at these Fresh City Life My Branch events!
Do you think you know Colorado History? Well learn about the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Colorado history at this great program, presented by the Fairmount Heritage Foundation. Hear stories that didn’t make it into the history books about Speer, Iliff, Lowry, Elitch, and others. This event is happening at the Ross-University Hills Branch on Thursday, August 25 at 6 p.m.