Travel back in time for a show about real women who have made an impact on Colorado, human rights and America. Hear about Helen Hunt Jackson’s dedication to Indian rights, Maude Nelson’s time as a baseball barnstormer and other stories from the Unconventional Women of the West.
Camping is a great way to connect with nature, especially in our beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado. There is excellent camping nearly everywhere in Colorado, with some of the best campsites to be seen. Colorado has a good mix of paid developed campgrounds and also underdeveloped primitive sites that are free. Some are good for tent-only camping while others are great for full-sized travel trailers or fifth-wheels.
The truth is out there. Have fun at different activity stations by learning about possible UFO sightings in Colorado, designing your own UFO, observing constellations and more. What would an alien think about you? Appropriate for elementary age kids. No registration required.
Books and beers: two great tastes that go great together! Join Perl Mack’s offsite, monthly book club at Bruz Beers, where we’ll toast to Coloradan-authored books of all genres with thoughtful discussion. Appropriate for ages 21 and up only. Drinks available for purchase. Please visit our online calendar to register and for details about this month’s book, Heather Abel’s The Optimistic Decade. Bruz Beers is located at 1675 West 67th Ave. in Denver, Colorado.
For December: The Optimistic Decade by Heather Abel. Available through Anythink’s online catalog and by request. If you have questions, or need a copy, please contact Kaelin Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you think about adopting a pet, dogs and cats probably come to mind. Did you know that you can also adopt bunnies that need homes? Join Junior Girl Scout Alison and the Colorado House Rabbit Society to meet some adoptable bunnies, make a bunny toy, and learn everything you need to know about how to adopt. Appropriate for all ages. No registration required.
Make a Colorado map that leads to treasure as we learn about the Gold Rush and pan for gold in water and sand. Check the weight of your gold and decorate a satchel for taking your treasure home.
Everything – big or small, beautiful or gross – needs a place to live! Learn about the lifecycle and habits of Colorado bugs as we create bug hotels made of mostly recycled materials. Take your hotel home to catch backyard bugs and observe the smaller members of our local ecosystem.
Create your own custom Colorado-themed vinyl decals for your car or home using Cricut, a precise cutting machine for crafting, designing and making. This program is appropriate for adults. Please visit our online calendar to register.
You see them on hikes and in your back yard, but do you know their names and uses? Learn to identify some of Colorado's most common native plants. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; online registration required.