We’ve been hearing about the upcoming zombie apocalypse for quite some time—even the CDC has a zombie preparedness web page! Even though it’s coming, not many people have taken the steps to prepare themselves. The teens at the Central Library decided to remedy this problem. With tons of books about zombies, maps of the Central Library, and a lot of creativity, the teens created a zombie safety plan.
Some of the teens worked on a detailed map showing how we could help with triage and defense. Almost everyone made zombie warning signs and contributed to a list of things we would need at Central to keep safe. After the teens finished, we presented our plan to a member of DPL’s security team. If they implement all of the teens’ requests, you will soon see guard bears and salt moats around all of our branches.
Social networks aren't just about sharing what you had for breakfast and posting oh-so-cute pictures of your niece with jam on her face. They're a big deal. And they're also an excellent way to spread your message as a small business or organization.
Whether you're selling products, offering services, raising awareness or promoting an event, social networks like Facebook and Twitter can lend serious firepower to your marketing efforts. But using social networks to promote yourself takes more finesse than just punching in a random broadcast- you need to craft your message and build your brand.
Last night was pretty fantastic here at Fresh City Life. We rechristened our partnership with Curious Theatre Company through Voices From the Front Lines -- a staged reading of works written by military veterans of contemporary wars. Several of the pieces had been written through a special program sponsored by Lighthouse Writers Workshop. There were tears and even laughter -- and our audience was rapt!
January 12 - March 31, 2012
Central Library, Gates Reading Room, Level 5
"Personal Geographies" is an exhibit of handmade, mixed media maps by Jill K. Berry and other artists. The show is in the Western History and Genealogy department, on Level 5 of the Central Library through March 31, 2012.
January 10 – March 25, 2012
Central Library, Level 5 Western History Gallery
Closing reception Sunday, March 25, 3-5 p.m.
Jurors: Chuck Mobley (Associate Director, San Francisco Camerawork); Brian Paul Clamp (Gallery owner and director, ClampArt, NYC)
iWorld is a juried show of images responding to the “i-zation” of our culture. The exhibition runs at two venues: The Denver Public Library show features Colorado-based photographers only; the CPAC show features works from across the nation, and includes a solo show awarded to New York-based photographer Charles Ludeke.
You are invited to learn about and celebrate Kwanzaa at the Library. Kwanzaa is a non-religious African American holiday which celebrates family, community and culture. It is celebrated for seven days: December 26 - January 1.
Join us for Kwanzaa programs featuring performers and light refreshments:
Free and open to the public. No reservations required, but space is limited. Adults and children are welcome. If you wish to have a book autographed by Mr. Steptoe, please bring personal copies of your books. There will be no books available for purchase.
Deadline for Entries:
Jpeg images must be received by Wednesday, November 30, 5 p.m. MST
Exhibition runs at two venues:
CPAC, January 10 - February 11, 2012 (Reception Friday, January 13, 5-8 p.m.)
Central Library, Level 5, January - March 2012 (Reception tba)
It’s official; our world has become inundated with instruments of intrusion, invention, interaction, and instant gratification that have changed the way that we interpret our environment. This i‐volution has affected photographers as much as anybody, giving us more ways to see, capture, and share the images that surround us. iWorld invites you to respond to the “i‐zation” of our nation with your best interpretation, inspiration, innovation, or illustration of the world that you see.
Think you can beat your friends at Super Smash Brothers? Want to see what it’s like to play games with no controller with our new Kinect?
If you are in grade 6-12, come on down to the Community Technology Center at the Central Library every other Tuesday afternoon and show everybody what you can do! We have a Wii, a PS3, and a Xbox 360 PLUS a Kinect! Did I mention all this fun is 100% FREE?
Grade 6-12, No registration required.
Every other Tuesday, 3-5 p.m.
Community Technology Center, Level 4, Central Library