Presented by National History Day in Colorado, Teaching with Primary Sources at MSU Denver, and History Colorado. Learn: · How to navigate and use the Library of Congress digital primary source collections in instruction · The benefits of – and how to – incorporate History Day in your classroom · How to create inquiry-based learning […]
The mass removal and confinement of West Coast Japanese Americans in World War II has been called America’s worst official civil rights violation in modern times. Less known is that Canadian and Mexican governments also participated in the confinement and expulsion of people of Japanese ancestry. Dr. Greg Robinson of the University of Quebec at […]
Learn more about volunteering with Goodwill’s youth career development program! Where: Sam Gary Library When: August 14th from 4:00 -5:00 PM For more information contact Evan Rose at email@example.com
All Fours Entertainment is proud to welcome back Grammy Nominated Anthony David to Jazz@Jack’s for the The Simple Man Summer Tour Featuring Anthony’s timeless hits as well as new unreleased material from his upcoming studio album entitled Simple Man! Followed by an after party hosted by Al Your Pal. Tickets $20 and can be purchased […]
Confluence Ministries is pleased to present “Truth-Infused: A Closer Look at Pot Culture and Colorado’s Youth,” an educational seminar exploring aspects of marijuana legalization in Colorado and its impact — real and potential — on the state’s children and teens. This morning of instruction is designed for anyone who works with youth — including educators, […]
First Friday Art Walk on Santa Fe in Denver always draws a big crowd with the locals. The Art District on Santa Fe is a unique area of Denver that is nationally recognized for the art and artists that are displayed throughout the over 60 different art galleries participating in the free First Friday Art […]
Marcus Anderson takes the stage August 2, 2014 to help benefit Ability Connection Colorado. This event will be hosted by Comedian EmCee Denver’s Funniest Lawyer Frank Schuchat. The show is at Jazz@Jack’s and starts at 5:30pm. Tickets are $35 for V.I.P seating and $25 general admission!
Frances W. Jacobs chapter will host a prospective member workshop Sat., Aug. 9, at Montview Presbyterian Church, Montview Blvd. and Dahlia St. Orientation at 1 pm followed by genealogy help until 3 pm. Bring materials showing your connection to the American Revolution. Contact Ella Margaret Cron at 303-771-7476.
The Northeast Community Co-op Market has been organizing to bring a natural, organic grocery market to the Aurora/Stapleton area and Our lovely project manager, Caroline Savery, will host a free “Co-ops 101” talk at the Sam Gary Library on July 20th at 3:30-4:30. If you’d love to know more about specifically how a co-op works […]
SEPTEMBER 6 SATURDAY (9AM-2PM) Starting at the Adagio Bakery (23rd Ave & Dexter St) in Park Hill we will head downtown to Union Station. Approximately 6 HOURS long. Finishing on the RTD BUS #20 back to our starting location. Ever thought about walking to work or to the store? Do you want to take Public […]