Reviews and Blog Posts: flowers

Getting to Know Colorado Wildflowers

Colorado's Best Wildflower Hikes

The weather outside right now isn't exactly inviting--first it rains, then it snows, then it rains again. It's a good day to be inside. But snow or no snow, we all know winter is finished, and all this moisture means the hillsides are about to be covered with wildflowers. Most Coloradans recognize famous one like the Rocky Mountain Columbine, but what about the lesser-known wildflowers? Have you met the Blue Toadflax? How about the Curvepod Fumewort? Little Pink Elephants? I haven't, I'm afraid, but I've decided this is the year I will.

Authors, Flowers, and Book Clubs--Feed Your Mind!

Fresh City Life My Branch is ready to feed your mind this week, with everything from flowers to authors! Join us for a free program!

Always wondered what the life of a newspaperman was like? Meet Dusty Saunders and find out! Mr. Saunders worked at the Rocky Mountain News for 54 years. His book, Heeere's Dusty: Life in the TV and Newspaper World, chronicles his time in journalism. Meet the legend at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch on Wednesday, July 18 at 6 p.m.

March into Spring!

A Defining Moment: Barack Obama

While there may still be a chill in the air, Fresh City Life My Branch is ready for spring! Join us for a program this week!

Get ready for spring flower with Make & Take Studio: Throw & Sow Seed Balls on Saturday, March 3 at 10 a.m. at Schlessman! Get a little dirty making these balls that will produce summer flowers!

Mythical Programs @ Fresh City Life My Branch

It's no myth--Fresh City Life My Branch has a diversity of programs for you to choose from this week, including one on mythical geography!

If you want to improve your knitting skills, share your knowledge, or just find a great group of folks to share your hobby with, try the Sit 'n Knit group at Bear Valley, Tuesday, November 8 from 10:30-12:30. Fiber hosts: Kathy Orth & Charlotte Updike.

Investing, Flowers, Feng Shui, and Salads!

Feng Shui in the Garden

It's a great week to jump in and learn at a Fresh City Life My Branch program!

You have 2 opportunities to learn the basics of safe investing in Outsmarting Investment Fraud, presented by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.

Celebrate Summer!

Are you ready for summer? While the kids are doing DPL's Summer of Reading Program, adults can have fun and learn at the library all summer long, too! Summer's not quite here yet, but these upcoming Fresh City Life My Branch programs will give you a taste:

Learn to make (and sample) creative Summer Salads at Schlessman on Monday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m. If you're tired of iceberg lettuce, this class is for you! Cool off mealtime while keeping it healthy with these salads that will introduce more veggies into your diet and that your whole family will love!

On Meadowview Street

by Henry Cole

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When Caroline moves to her new house on Meadowview Street, she wonders "Where is the meadow?" A flower growing in the grass of her yard inspires Caroline to create a wildflower preserve. As one discovery leads to another, Caroline learns that we all can find nature in our own backyards.

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