In this informative workshop, Michael Bean from the Office of Emergency Management for Adams County will train participants how to prepare themselves, their family, and their community for emergencies. By learning how to prepare and plan ahead, participants will be ready when disaster strikes. Registration recommended but not required.
Tag: Town Square 2020
What does it mean to be American? Join us for a screening and discussion of the PBS documentary American Creed, a film covering the stories of a diverse group of Americans and exploring whether a unifying set of beliefs can be more powerful than the issues that divide us.
Learn what it takes to be a local journalist from the publisher and editor of the I-70 Scout, Douglas Claussen, and help to create a newspaper full of your own local events and ideas. Appropriate for ages 7 to 12.
Story time needs a mascot – help us choose the best candidate! Read fun stories about the election process and participate in one of your very own. Let’s decide together who gets to be the story time mascot. Appropriate for preschoolers.
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.
Bond with another generation over a shared love of dancing. Tweens, teens, and seniors are invited to an afternoon of showing off favorite dances, sharing their stories, and learning some new moves. Whether you prefer the foxtrot or TikTok, you might be surprised by how much you have in common.
In parnership with Northglenn Heights Assisted Living and Memory Care Community
Do you know a street corner or bus stop that could use an artistic touch? Together with the arts group Parallel Artistic, we’ll analyze images of Colorado public spaces, discuss their stories, and hear about what it takes to make an artistic intervention happen with before & after examples. Then you’ll design your own reimagining of a public space to improve the lives of all who visit it
Use the power of pop culture to make positive change in your community. Join the Harry Potter Alliance to learn how the story of Avatar: The Last Airbender can apply to real world issues and help you take action in your community. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12.
You don’t need to be an adult to change the world! Make your own pop-art inspired poster of the change that you want to be while we explore examples of kids and young adults who are modern day change-makers. All materials will be provided.
Scholar and historic interpreter Mary Jane Bradbury will commemorate the celebration of the centennial year that women were granted the vote with a living history portrayal of Jeannette Rankin, the first woman to serve in the U.S. Congress. All ages welcome.