Want to know what it's like to have something of yours censored? Participate in this week long experience zone where you will create a displayable piece of work that will immediately be censored. Join Anythink's celebration of your freedom to read!
Take a look at some of the great programs for all ages happening at your local Anythink. Programs are posted on a monthly basis. Bookmark this page to see what's coming up next!
Join us in Explore Outdoors as we dance, play, run around, and move creatively. In the case of inclement weather, this program will be held indoors. For ages 3-6; registration required.
Creating a resume is the first step in any successful job search. In this class, you will learn to use available templates to easily create a professional looking resume. Bring your work history information so you can get your personal job search started. Space is limited; registration suggested but not required.
Middle School Anythinkers are invited to learn what The Studio has to offer. Sound recording, video editing, and using a green screen are some of the goodies we’ll be messing around with. Grades 4-7 welcome. No registration required.
Did you enjoy The Hunger Games? It is one of the top 10 banned books! Celebrate banned books week by discussing similar books (and upcoming movies) while munching on Hunger Games snacks. Grades 6-12 welcome.
Show your love for animals by joining us every week for presentations and crafts all focused on pets and wildlife. Grades 1-5 welcome. Space is limited; registration required.
- Sept. 5: Wildlife Mystery – We will use a kit borrowed from Colorado Parks and Wildlife to examine animal tracks and hair and solve a “whodunit” mystery.
- Sept. 12: Cat Toys – Kids will make cat toys to donate to the Adams County Animal Shelter.
- Sept. 19: Read to Madeline the Dog – Madeline the therapy dog will come to Wright Farms and listen to stories kids are reading.
- Sept. 26: Creature Feature – Representatives from the Denver Zoo will bring two live mammals for kids to get acquainted with.
Join us to learn about Connect for Health Colorado, a new online marketplace where individuals, families, and small employers in Colorado can shop, compare, pick, and purchase health insurance plans and apply for financial help to reduce costs. You can no longer be denied health insurance, even if you have had a serious illness or a pre-existing condition.
Join us at the library for a bilingual storytime! Every Thursday, we host a bilingual storytime for children and their parents. Come on in and enjoy stories in both English and Spanish.
Learn how to fix those photographs of your ancestors that you would like to bring back to life. Participants must bring a laptop with Photoshop Elements loaded - preferably v. 10 or 11. Space is limited; registration suggested.
Looking for a fun way to track your hobbies or a different place to sell homemade goods? See how these sites will help you store your interests and let you sell your crafted goods. An email is needed if you want to register with the site. Registration suggested, but not required.