Fresh City Life My Branch has exciting programs for you this week!
On Monday, May 2 at 6 p.m. at SchlessmanFamily Branch you can learn how to Outsmarting Investment Fraud. The FINRA Investor Education Foundation will teach you about the basics of safe investing, including questions to ask before making investment decisions, how to verify if an investment product or professional is legitimate, how to identify and report investment fraud, and common fraud tactics and how to avoid them.
Fresh City Life My Branch has programs for the crafty adults out there as well as those of you with questions about downloading eBooks and eAudios and using DPL's databases.
Want to learn how to knit or improve your skills? Join the Sit 'n Knit group at the Bear Valley Branch on Tuesday, April 5 at 10:00 a.m. This is a group for both experienced knitters willing to share their knowledge and newbies wanting to increase their knitting know-how. Fiber hosts are Kathy Orth and Charlotte Updike.
What does Fresh City Life My Branch have in store this week, you ask? The answer, as usual, is something for everyone!
The choices for your crafting and educational pleasure this week include:
Felting Fun on Saturday, April 2 at 10:00 a.m. at the Ross-Broadway Branch. In this introduction to needle felting you'll learn to make a basic chick and a more challenging rabbit. All supplies will be provided, and you'll go home with your own felted critters! Registration is required, call 720-865-0135 or stop by the reference desk to register.
Our beloved knitting teacher, Jani Fellows, is moving to Los Angeles to be near her family -- and Fresh City Life and all of our knitting students wish her a bon voyage!
Jani Fellows was there at the beginning of our knitting program. In the fall of 2004, before Fresh City Life had a name, when it was still just a pilot project, I put together our first knitting class to see what kind of response we'd get for fibers workshops. Thirty-five people came the first night and Jani was a bit surprised by the turn-out.
Color palettes became one of the important aspects of a recent knitting workshop.
I got to use my color theory training a little bit during our Stripes and Bobbles Scarf workshop. Well-attended by a group of beginning and intermediate knitters, the pattern called for students to choose one space-dyed yarn and combine other solid yarns with it to create their stripes.
Whether you're interested in crafts, safe driving, helping others by donating blood, or learning how you can keep chickens in your yard, Fresh City Life My Branch has something for you this week!
There are several options for you crafty folks. On Tuesday, March 1 at 10 a.m., the Bear Valley Branch will be hosting Sit 'n Knit, a group sure to please any fiber maven. Both experienced knitters and beginners are welcome to share their knowledge and learn something new. Fiber hosts are Kathy Orth and Charlotte Updike.
Sylvia Montoya, former owner of Posh, a Yarn Boutique, returns with "fiberlicious" ideas for knitting with purpose. She'll show you projects to make and tell you about some local organizations that accept them. Bring size 7 or 8 needles (double point or 16 inch) on Saturday, January 15 at 1 p.m. to the Bear Valley Branch Library and Sylvia will help you get started on a hat.
Some knitting books are all about making hats and caps. Next time you are in your Library, look for the call number 746.43204!
Join a group that is sure to please any fiber maven on January 4, 2011 from 10-12 a.m. at the Bear Valley Branch Library. If you are an experienced knitter, this is your opportunity to share your knowledge and if you’re a beginner, this is your chance to increase your knitting know-how. Fiber hosts: Kathy Orth and Charlotte Updike.
The library has books for knitters of all skill levels!
Knitters! Need a fresh idea for those holiday gifts? Sylvia Montoya, former owner of Posh, a Yarn Boutique, shares some fab, “fiberlicious” projects you can make as gifts or for yourself! Got your own project? Bring yarn and your knitting needles and Sylvia will get you started, Saturday, November 6, 1 p.m. at Ross-University Hills Branch Library.