Ned Wynkoop and the Lonely Road from Sand Creek

Submitted by Lara Herrington on Thu, 10/11/2012 - 3:21pm

Colorado legend Ned Wynkoop made plenty of friends and enemies during the Wild West days. As a sheriff, actor, and colonel, Wynkoop's part in Colorado history is only hinted at by the LoDo street named for him. Historian Louis Kraft's expert knowledge of Wynkoop’s life history is prevalent in his new book, Ned Wynkoop and the Lonely Road from Sand Creek. Kraft will discuss this book, which details Wynkoop’s efforts to prevent war with Native Americans during the volatile 1860s. Mon 2 p.m. 


Kids Yoga

Submitted by Lindsey R. McKissick on Wed, 10/17/2012 - 1:52pm

Exuberant energy and perpetual sugar highs surround families throughout the holiday season. Help your little wind down with an hour of yoga followed by 30 minutes of crafts and a snack. Kids attempt postures and poses that follow weekly themes, such as birds or butterflies. Parents can either take 90 minutes to themselves or check out the all-levels yoga class that runs at the same time. Mon and Thu, 4:15-5:45 p.m.

An Evening with President Bill Clinton

Submitted by Lindsey R. McKissick on Thu, 10/18/2012 - 12:13pm

Colorado was a bull's-eye during the 2012 election cycle, and now that it's over, a different president is coming to town. President Bill Clinton spent much of his two terms globe-trotting to the corners of the world in attempt to improve relations with foreign nations. He continues that passion by sharing his experiences with audiences and offering his opinions on how foreign nations can build their independence, manage international challenges, and create a sustainable future. Mon 8 p.m.