November 18—Health Care Colorado Sign-up Assistance
Monday, Nov. 18 at 5:30pm, League of Women Voters is hosting an event to educate people about the health care exchange. Health care representatives will join to answer questions about the exchange and navigate through the site. If people choose, they can enroll right then. The event is free and open to the public. It will be hosted in the McCollum Room at Montview Presbyterian Church, 1980 Dahlia. For questions contact Cynthia Thorstad at 720.480.8345.
November 20—Modern Conversations “Tricky Behavior, Part 2”
On Wednesday, Nov. 20, 7-8:30pm, Licensed Clinical Social Worker Hilary Silver will host the second part of the October Modern Conversations, “Tricky Behavior from Toddler to Teen.” The free MCA-sponsored event invites the public to learn about techniques for controlling behavior and sharing issues with others. A child behavior expert will join Silver to answer specific questions. Informational handouts will be provided. The session, held at the Stapleton MCA Community Rm., 2823 Roslyn St., is for parents only—no kids allowed. All parents welcome. Reserve at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 720.935.7393. Also see www.SilverTherapyGroup.
November 27—Stapleton Community Public Menorah Lighting
A Community Menorah Lighting will be held on the Stapleton Green November 27 from 5-6pm . The menorah will stand 12 feet tall and the first candle of the Menorah will be lit. The event, coordinated by the Jewish Life Center, will honor Keven Burnett, executive director of the Stapleton Master Community Association, and Dana and Melinda Elkind, community delegates to the MCA, with the lighting of the public Menora.
Refreshments will be served—a hot cocoa bar and doughnuts, a traditional chanukah treat. The event is free and open to the public.
December 14—The Kids’ Marketplace; Apply by Dec. 7
The Kids’ Marketplace is a market for kids to sell their products and for shoppers to find unique products made by kids. But kids who want to sell their creations need to apply for space by Dec. 7. The actual market will be Saturday, Dec. 14, from 10am–2pm at Clayton Early Learning located at 3801 MLK Blvd. A new Virtual Kids’ Marketplace will allow shoppers outside the metro area to support the kidpreneurs online. The vendor fee is $15. Vendor Marketplace applications are found at www.thekidsmarketplace.com. Contact Tammi at 303.564.8308.