Why is making – and keeping – friends as an adult so hard? Learn how to shift your thinking, feeling, and actions around friendship in order to meet and care for people with whom you can build a satisfying social life. Part of Anythink Perl Mack’s Start Something series.
Do you want to make an impact in our community while sharing, broadening, and challenging your perspective on hot-button issues? Join Perl Mack’s Books to Action program to read new and notable writing about current events, and hear from local experts about the forces that are shaping our city, country, and world. Then, we’ll make a difference through a variety of direct-action, volunteer, and creative projects. In this inaugural meeting we’ll find out what we’re passionate about, and discuss the road ahead. Meets off-site at Backstage Coffee. Best for adults. Drinks and snacks available for purchase. Registration encouraged. Please visit our online calendar to register. Backstage Coffee is located at 1675 W 67th Ave #300 in Denver, Colorado.
Have a talent you would love to share with your neighbors? Meet community members with unique talents and share your own to build a local network of expertise you can call on. Refreshments will be provided. No registration required.
Join Anythink York Street’s Teen Advisory Board for an evening of food, fun and helping others. Selfless Service: Digital Edition is a way for you to connect with peers in person while also making a difference online. Choose from a variety of activities and earn community service credit hours. Dinner will be provided for all participants. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
In an age of increasing diversity and widening inequality, what does it mean to be an American? Join Anythink Libraries, the Aspen Institute, and Rocky Mountain PBS for an interactive dialogue.
Based on the Aspen Institute’s “What Every American Should Know” initiative, the goal of this event is to explore local perspectives of how this country can cultivate a sense of shared destiny and common civic purpose in an age of increasing diversity and widening inequality. PBS’s John Ferrugia will moderate the conversation featuring local artists, cultural leaders, elected officials, and community members.
Light refreshments will be served.
Join this opportunity to meet your neighbors as community members from around the area share their special talents at our “how-to” fair. Have a talent you’d like to share? It can be anything -- juggling, repairs, languages, anything!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how you can share your skills. Entertainment and light refreshments will be provided. Appropriate for all ages. No registration required
I just finished a great children's chapter book recently about a young girl who was quite the crackerjack rascal of her community. She was quick to think, quick to act and quick to get the job (any job) done. I liked her straight away. Her name was Moses (Mo for short) and she told her story in the book Three Times Lucky by Sheila Turnage.