Local pinata extraordinaire, Maribel Arredondo of Maribel Pnatas, leads up through the process of creating our own traditional Mexican pinatas. Supplies will be available for pick-up from Anythink Perl Mack beginning Friday, March 5. This program will be held online via Zoom; a link will be emailed to registered attendees in advance. Supplies are limited and registration is required.
Show your civic spirit and join our experts from the Molly Brown House Museum as they dive into the battles and victories of the suffragist movement. As part of this talk, you will be invited to craft along with us as we recreate banners with suffrage messages.
Supplies will be available to pick up at Anythink York Street starting November 5. Registration required. This program will be held online via GoToMeeting. A link to the online meeting room will be sent out via email to registrants.
Margaret “Molly” Brown was involved in everything from politics and reform efforts to women’s suffrage. Learn about several of the causes she was involved in to help all Coloradans. Then, create a poster for an issue you care about. Appropriate for kids in grades 3-6.
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.
Hear ye, hear ye! Visit ye olde Medieval Faire brought to you by The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) and stroll through various booths showcasing medieval wares and tools, and learn about this fascinating time in history. The SCA is an educational group dedicated to the study and recreation of life before 1600 CE. They will host many demonstrations including armored fighting and rapier combat among other historical battle equipment. Artisans will be on hand to demonstrate and talk about their artistic recreations including topics that may range from calligraphy and illumination, to period clothing reconstruction, woodworking, and so much more.
All ages welcome. No registration required.
No passport needed for this inter-continental journey! Join our ongoing series of exploring cuisine and culture from around the globe. Each month we “travel” to a new country – this month we’re headed to China. Come prepared to whip up some delicious eats, learn new things and make new friends.
Blast off into the past to discover the food, art, people and events that have shaped history. This month, we travel to the Roaring 20s to learn the Charleston, create a lie detector and flip some flapjacks. Appropriate for elementary school-aged kids. Space is limited; registration recommended.
Learn the history of hip-hop’s founding fathers: DJ Kool Here, Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa. Learn how to use the techniques they innovated that ushered in the early days of hip-hop. Space is limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Blast off into the past to discover the food, art, people and events that have shaped history. This month, we travel to different dynasties from ancient China to learn the art of papermaking, create a shadow puppet show and drink tea like an emperor. Appropriate for elementary school-aged kids. Space is limited; registration recommended.
Join us each month to learn about the history and traditions behind our favorite breads. Participants will take home a complete batter that should be baked at home following the program. Space is limited; registration required.