Do you want to avoid those long lines at the Denver DMV? You can! Join us for a brief presentation from Denver Department of Motor Vehicle staff, who will share convenient options to renew online, by phone or by mail.
Join Active Minds for a journey into the world of monsters and legends. From the vampires of Eastern Europe, to the stories of the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, and more, we will explore the origins and history of familiar (and not so familiar) tales and how they have evolved and grown over time.
This session provides parents and educators an exploration of dyslexia, including early warning signs, characteristics, assessment, intervention, accommodations, assistive technology, self-advocacy, and how to best support your student. Included are a series of simulations to help you experience what it feels like to be dyslexic!
Come learn the stories of Colorado History. You will learn about the competing claims to Colorado dating back to the Native Americans who originally lived here. We will cover the 15 year struggle to become the 38th state as well as the role of mining and oil in the evolution of the state. Bring your favorite Colorado stories to share!
Interested in learning birding in the field? Meet us at the Stone House in the Bear Creek Greenbelt for a guided birdwatching walk among cattail marshes, riparian ponds, and woods along both concrete and dirt trails. Bring your binoculars if you’d like to see birds from a distance. The walk is rain or shine and the group will depart just after 9 a.m. from the parking lot.
Identify birds you see on your favorite walks, bike rides and hikes. We'll cover the basics and ethics of birding, how to distinguish passerine from non-passerine birds, birding techniques and location recommendations.
Have you ever wondered what your little one might be thinking? Children aged 0-3 and their caregivers are invited to join us for a class where they can learn basic signs together to help the communication process. Our Family Literacy series continues this week with this class - looking forward to seeing you there!
Generations of Celebrations: Recording the Past for the Future
Dr. Larry H. Spruill - educator, scholar, author, theologian and artist. Currently, Dr. Spruill is an Assistant Professor of History at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. He has a creative vision and has published texts, academic and literary manuscripts. His motivational, inspirational, and creative talents are demonstrated in some of his photojournalism and via his global awareness in the civil rights moment.