With the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, we look closely at the Supreme Court in transition. Experience a “behind the curtain” approach to the process of Senate confirmation, highlighting the key players and their motives in order to assess how the court may change. We’ll also make comparisons to historic confirmations in order to better understand the intricacies of the process.
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!
Born in 1564, William Shakespeare is regarded by many as the greatest writer in the English language. Although he is most famous for his plays, he rose to fame in his life as a poet, writing 154 sonnets and two long narrative poems. Most of his plays were not published until after his death in 1616, leading some to question his authorship. We will seek to understand Shakespeare’s life and connect his story to his plays and poems.
From the bland diets of Europeans in the early 16th century to the myriad of culinary flavors available today, spices have had a huge impact in the world. We’ll trace the rise of spices from colonialism and the spice trade to the hundreds of varieties that are commonly stocked in nearby supermarkets.
The Colorado Hebrew Chorale presents:
L'Chaim! A Celebration of Sholem Aleichem's Legacy in Story and Song
Join the Colorado Hebrew Chorale and actor Albert Banker in a family-friendly evening of music and stories centering around Sholem Aleichem (1859-1916), the acclaimed Yiddish writer whose stories of Tevye and his daughters gave birth to the musical "Fiddler On the Roof."
Eleanor Roosevelt, the longest-serving First Lady of the United States, was both outspoken and, at times, quite controversial. We’ll examine her life and the impact it had on important causes such as human rights and the successful launch of the United Nations.
Did you hold on to journals, yearbooks and notes from your teenage years? Megan Nyce invites you to dust them off and join her for a hilarious trip down memory lane. Listen to friends and strangers read these keepsakes aloud and get to know your neighbors in a whole new way. Due to possible subject matter, attendees must be 18 or over. Sign up to read your journal aloud at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.myteenageangst.com.
Seven artists explore both their individual and collective journeys navigating the world as women of color, mothers, daughters, sisters and more. This show is the result of five months of collaboration through art, confession and sharing wisdom. Artistry includes painting, jewelry, mixed media and spoken word. Light Refreshments Served.
On Display Until May 27
Cousins Gallery - Level 3
For more information about the exhibit or reception please contact curator Helen Littlejohn at (303) 907-4589 or email email@example.com.
Would you like to have fresh, chicken eggs right from your own backyard but don’t know where to begin? Learn what kind of housing and supplies you need to keep chickens, how to acquire chicks or adult chickens who are ready to lay, the right kind of breed for your needs, how to properly care for your feathered friends from feed to health checks and medication. Why does my chicken do that? Learn about natural behaviors and special poultry talents. Finally, what are my options when the chickens stop laying?
Travel through Colorado's wine country with author Paula Mitchell. Learn about the history of Colorado's wine industry, discover its distinct wine regions, and get suggestions on visiting wineries as she discusses her book, Exploring Colorado Wineries: Guidebook and Journal.