Never heard of Garden Arduino? It could change the way your garden grows by automating your watering system using robot technology. We’ll meet at our Community Garden, 1650 S. Birch Street (Two blocks from the Virginia Village library) for a demonstration and installation.
Celebrate children and world cultures with the Denver Public Library, Denver Art Museum, History Colorado Center, Clyfford Still Museum, and Byers-Evans House Museum. Fun activities for children and adults: international dance and music performances, artmaking, storytelling, costumes, tours, and more. There will be a children’s craft in the Central Library’s Schlessman Hall.
Our Active Minds presenter will use the recent events involving terrorism in France as an opportunity to review the country's complex dynamics involving minorities and immigration. This lecture will explore the history and current challenges as well as how French culture and values impact current national and regional issues.
As we commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day, join Active Minds for a look this crucial turning point in World War II. We will examine the dynamics that led up to the Invasion of Normandy, the complicated and challenging preparation process, and the decisive impact this battle had upon the outcome of the war.
Recent terrorist events in France have spawned a renewed focus on the nation’s immigration policies and social dynamics. Active Minds will explore how French culture and values impact current national issues, and examine the role of France in the European Union.
Children of all ages and caregivers are welcome to join this lively storytime yoga program. Miss Mattie will share the book Infinity and Me (Kaye Hosford) through basic yoga poses. No yoga experience necessary. Registration is required. Please call to reserve your space.
The story of wine is as old as the hills used to grow the grapes. It is a tale intertwined with the influences of civilizations, agricultural methods, cuisines and more. Join Active Minds as we describe the history of wine and give an overview of the various types and their most salient characteristics.
Enjoy an 18-and-over show with Adam Cayton-Holland, recently honored as the 2014 Comic of the Year during the 2014 Denver Comedy Awards. You may have seen this Denver-based comedian during his monthly live comedy show and web series The Grawlix, on Conan or Comedy Central’s @midnight. Opening the show is Sam Tallent, the host of Film on the Rocks at Red Rocks Amphitheater. He would love to talk to you about Flannery O'Connor, Larry Brown or Camus.