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Mindfulness at Noon: I Love You [fill in the blank]. Now be Mindful!

Mindful Anger: A Pathway to Emotional Freedom

Oh, love. So beautiful, so inspiring, and so much work. Whether we're talking about a partner or spouse, a parent, a child or a friend, it's amazing how much love you can feel for someone, and at the same time how much work the relationship takes. Emotions run high and sometimes the person you love most is the cause of stress, anger or anxiety. In every relationship, it's important to nurture not only our partner, but also ourselves.

Plaza Voices: Asian Pacific Heritage Month — Tennis Art in Motion

Portrait of Debby Yodder, by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Barry Gutierrez

On display at the Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales Branch Library, May 1-31, 2015:

NEW TUNES TUESDAY 4/28/15

Greetings local music enthusiasts!

Today we have five more awesome additions to Volume Denver

Grand Prize Peep Winners

I See What You Mean

We are excited to announce the grand prize winners of the 2015 Peep Contest! This year the theme was "a famous painting or sculpture."

Congratulations to our "all ages" winner, the Park Hill Teen Advisory Board! They created Denver's big blue bear sculpture, I See What You Mean, with blue Peeps. We loved their creativity and shout-out to Denver!

The "adult" grand prize winner was submitted by a customer at Ross-Cherry Creek who created Peeps Playing Poker. It is an intricate masterpiece with amazing detail.

Plaza Voices: New Citizens to be Honored at the Central Library

Ms. Perez, a Plaza participant, became a citizen in 2010.

This Tuesday, April 14, 2015, the Denver Public Library is pleased to host its 15th annual naturalization ceremony at the Central Library. This year's event is a joint effort of the Library's Services to New Immigrants Initiative and its Reference Department.

Tell Us: What Would YOU Check Out?

The Denver Public Library is considering a "Library of Things"--items to be checked out or to use in the library that go beyond what you already expect from us (beyond books, DVDs, CDs, ebooks, etc).

Libraries across the country have been successful with such collections, and we want to know what YOU would check out from the Denver Public Library if it were available! Some ideas are:

Baking pans

Knitting needles

Button makers

New technology

Art

Not Your Father's Library Card - How to Save 15% on Select Performances at the DCPA

A library card recently sold at auction for $7500.00. It bore the signature, the earliest known signature, in fact, of eighth-grader Elvis Aaron Presley, and was issued by Humes High School in Memphis in 1948. The King of Rock and Roll had borrowed a copy of "The Courageous Heart: A Life of Andrew Jackson for Young Readers."

Plaza Voices: Mapping Your Journey

Map of the world

This Saturday, March 28, the Denver Public Library's Plaza and Services to New Immigrants Initiative will partner with History Colorado to offer free activities and museum tours for New Americans and their families.

Digital Magazines Available at DPL - Now Easier to Use

Zinio digital Magazines

Zinio for libraries offers full digital copies of your favorite magazines to view on your computer or mobile device. We have subscriptions to over 200 popular and specialty magazines. Your DPL library card will give you unlimited access to this entire collection. Best of all, titles do not have to be returned and do not expire.

Zinio for downloadable magazines is much easier!

Effective Tuesday March 10, 2015, you only need to create one account to sign in and check out digital magazines.

1. One Account – New users will only need to create a SINGLE account to checkout and read magazines. A separate account for zinio.com is no longer necessary.

2. HTML5 Viewer for PC/Mac – Allows you to read magazines from a web browser (NO need to download the Zinio Reader software or app)

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