Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Barry Gutierrez will conduct a photographer's workshop. Gutierrez, a photojournalist, created the images for the current exhibit "Breaking the Barriers" that celebrates the accomplishments of Denver diverse tennis pioneers.
Everything you ever wanted to ask about ADHD, but didn't get the chance! Our local psycho-pharmacology expert, Dr. Hebert will offer his perspective and 20+ years of experience on the matter. All questions welcome.
December 7, 1941 brought an attack upon the United States the likes of which had never been seen before. Join Active Minds as we tell the story from both the Japanese and the U.S. perspective. We will cover not only how the Japanese planned and executed such a bold attack, but also how the U.S. could have been caught so completely unaware. We will also examine the impact this had on World War II and the American psyche.
Imagine sitting around the campfire, telling scary stories. You jump at shadows and sounds! Now imagine that those stories are actually happening right in front of you, and in some cases...to you! Be there and be ready to scream! (This program is rated PG due to some parts actually being scary).
Registration is required. Call 720-865-0325 x2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For 4th grade and up.
Water may well become the most disputed natural resource of the 21st century. Population growth, climate change, urbanization and other factors have put increasing pressure on a finite resource. Competing water interests have affected Colorado’s history for over 100 years. The legal right to divert and use water in Colorado has been debated, legislated and litigated since before the time of statehood in 1876.
Concern over the global spread of diseases such as Ebola, Swine Flu, AIDS, and others has increased dramatically. Join Active Minds® as we seek to understand the current threats by examining both the science of how diseases spread as well as the history of pandemics.
Join Active Minds as we tiptoe through the haunted houses and ghoulish graveyards of the area. We will tell the ghost stories associated with the Stanley Hotel, Cheesman Park, the Molly Brown House, and more as we visit the past and the past visits with us.
The history of cheese goes back as far as 6000 BCE, long before the Ancient Egyptians and Homer. There are thousands of varieties of cheese, with local flavor differences influenced by subtle factors such as the type of grass eaten by the cows. Join Active Minds as we trace this cheesy history, including an overview of how it is made and the major categories of cheese. We’ll even cover a couple of controversial topics debated by cheesophiles (yes, that’s a word!).