Paint, sip tea, and have fun! Michelle will guide you through an acrylic painting featuring the cubism style of Picasso. Appropriate for adults and teens in grades 9 and up. Space is limited; registration is required.
Try your hand at soldering to create a light-up pin. Appropriate for adults only. For younger scientists, please see Tween STEAM Club on Thursdays. Space is limited; registration is required.
Love podcasts? Join us for a book club style conversation about your favorite podcasts. In this inaugural session, we will discuss our favorites and choose which to listen to for the next month. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration is required.
Join fellow wizard lovers at this themed party! There will be snacks, trivia, prizes, and more! Costumes are encouraged. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration is required.
Anythink York Street offers a monthly morning book club with a very different style: we choose a theme for the meeting, and you choose the book you want to read based on that theme. Each person discusses their choice. It’s a fun way to discover new authors and books while reading a title that speaks to you. Bring your pick and a morning beverage, and we’ll talk books. This month’s theme: books with a one-word title. Appropriate for adults. No registration required.
Join us for free, fun cooking classes and free groceries! Cooking Matters will teach families how to cook delicious and affordable meals at home. At each class, your family will cook and eat a healthy dinner, and receive a bag of groceries to take home so you can make it again. You’ll also receive a book with nutritional information, recipes, and more. Appropriate for caregivers and kids ages 6-12. This program is a series of classes taking place Tuesdays from 4:30-6:30 pm starting April 2 and running through May 14. Please plan on attending at least five of the seven sessions. Space is very limited; registration is required and holds your spot for the full series. Please register each family member so we know how much food to have.
Sign up is for these class dates:
Tuesdays, 4:30pm - 6:30pm
April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
May 7, & May 14
How do artifacts help to tell the story of history? We tend to think of history as centered on the lives of influential people, but in this workshop we’ll examine the past through the life of things. Working as historical detectives, we’ll piece together the past by examining artifacts that clue us into Adams County history. Part of the Perl Mack Museum Project, a year-long program to develop a pop-up museum exhibit by, for, and about our community.
It might not be rocket science, but growing tomatoes in Colorado can sure prove a challenge. Join Kirk Surry, co-founder of Grow Some Good, to learn the best practices for bringing your tomato harvest to fruition. Then, get your hands dirty as you prepare seedling starters to start off the season! Part of Anythink’s Dig It series.