Learn about the hidden cognitive health benefits of dance, movement and the importance of the mind-body connection. Discover how your brain is activated when you move and even try out a few "moves" yourself at this fun and interactive program taught by the Alzheimer's Association and local dance artist, Lisza Gulyas.
Water may 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. The legal right to divert and use water in Colorado has been debated, legislated and litigated since before statehood in 1876. Learn about our water history, the current challenges, including the drought in California, and what the future holds for our use of this precious resource.
Meet Eric & Angelyne, a unique and inspirational team. Their story offers a passionate perspective on resilience, compassion and building character. Their presentation will warm your heart, mind and soul. No registration required.
Come learn the stories of the Mile High City. You will learn how our city was founded and the roles played by William Larimer, John Evans, and others. We will trace the development of this resilient city that has enjoyed tremendous booms and weathered debilitating busts. Bring your favorite Denver trivia to share!
Learn about a movement that is sweeping the nation. Barbara Mariner, CEO of Live Simply Colorado, will discuss everything that’s involved in building a tiny house, including costs, land, legal issues and lifestyle considerations.
OFF-SITE: Harriman Lake, S. Kipling St. and Quincy Ave.
Ducks and geese nest at Harriman Lake along with warblers and hawks. Walk with us along a 1.8 mile trail around the lake to spot and learn about these animals. Meet in the large parking lot just south of S. Kipling St. and Quincy Ave. Be prepared to walk on dirt.
With the end of the Space Shuttle program, the Obama administration has laid the groundwork for its policy regarding the future of space exploration. We’ll look at the future of manned and robotic space travel at this pivotal juncture, plus we’ll cover the future of the International Space Station and the debate over how to prioritize investing in NASA versus other pressing needs.