Home is where the heart is. Create a personal wood-panel painting or a functional-yet-decorative chalkboard piece with your favorite saying on it. Get hands-on with reupholstering or create your own home-photography project. Class wraps up with a cocktail, then join the supper table for a meal fresh from the farm. Sun 8:45 a.m.–9 p.m.
A two-and-a-half hour defensive driving course could make the difference of a lifetime. As car crashes remain the leading cause of death for teenagers, Toyota is training a generation of young drivers to be more alert on the roads. The class consists of discussion and driving time, which address dangerous situations and smart navigation for young drivers.
This event will set you on your way to mastering money. Trilogy Financial Services offers its expertise at this three-part financial education series open to the public. Classes provide information and techniques for success regarding financial responsibility. Each event—set across the first three Thursdays in May—boasts a different topic.
Feeling stuck when it comes to fixing your bike? This six-part class will teach you how to fix everything on a bike, from the handlebars to the gears. Participants practice bike repair and maintenance on used bicycles that will be donated to charity (after a thorough inspection, of course!).
Try your hand at paper marbling, a decorative art widely used by European bookbinders from the 17th to the 20th centuries. Its original practicioners kept the process a secret, but now you too can learn to make colorfuly patterned paper that resembles the swirls and blotches of cut marble. You can also buy materials to make more at home for use as stationary or unique craft paper.
Are you looking for a backyard pet that can also help out in the kitchen? Chickens provide eco-friendly fun for adults and kids, and their eggs will help lower your grocery bill. Learn everything you need to know about raising backyard chickens including how to choose the best birds and how to keep them adequately corralled.
Are you curious about the birds perching outside your window? Experts from the Audubon Society of Greater Denver will help you discover spring birdwatching and teach you to identify local bird species, like the mountain chickadee or the western meadowlark. Participants will also learn how to best use binoculars and field guides.
Everyone wants one-of-a-kind jewelry, and this is your chance to make your own unique glass pieces. Assemble your own earrings and pendants before professional stained-glass artist Michael Thornton fires the hand-crafted baubles to finish off your own unique, colorful, and eye-catching trinkets. Sun 1 p.m.
Global climate change is an ever important part of Earth's history, but there were times it got chilly rather than toasty. Explore the physical elements and movements of glaciers, examine fossils of ice age mammals, and awaken the past with an artist-scientist collaboration that will bring the ice age to life.
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