Having trouble gardening in this finicky Colorado climate? Learn the skills necessary to become an enthusiastic gardener by understanding the annuals, perennials, vegetables, trees, and shrubs that are appropriate for our climate, elevation, and varying soils. A knowledgeable guide will lead you to different areas of the Gardens to discuss plant selection, planting, and troubleshooting.
This year marks Ted Leitner's 33rd season behind the microphone for "My Padres." Join the voice of the San Diego Padres and San Diego State University's Aztecs football and basketball as he brings his iconic commentary to the Mile High City. In a speech entitled "I Saw It But I Don't Believe It," Leitner will present personal anecdotes and remarks about the world of sports.
Join New York Times best-selling author Susan Piver as she leads this weekend retreat. Practice meditation and journaling while taking the time to write and engage in group activities. Days, times vary.
Create fabulous jewelry to add to your ensembles through this easy to follow workshop. Colorado artist Laura Reinhardt will teach you how to make the most common types of beads including skinner beads, cane beads, pillow beads, hollow beads and beads shaped like candy pieces using polymer clay, tools, and an ordinary oven.
Learn how to manipulate and work with molten glass using a blow pipe, puntel rod, and other tools to create a masterpiece. You will be guided through the glass blowing process to create your own paperweight or shotglass. Fundamentals on health and safety will also be demonstrated throughout the lesson. Sat 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Living in Colorado offers a wealth of opportunities to scale the Rocky Mountains. Cultivate a new appreciation for climbing with this introduction class while working with representatives from the Colorado Mountain Club who will provide you with basic skills and knowledge about the lingo, knots, and types of climbing available. Mon 6:30-8 p.m.
Stop your night photos from turning into a blurry mess under the night sky by learning how to focus with limited light, take a photo with longer exposure, and shoot creatively in new environments. The outing offers a unique perspective on the city and a chance to explore Denver from behind the lens of a camera as you work with instructors and veteran nightshooters to improve your photography.
Freelance writers don’t have to struggle to make money. Local writer Doug McPherson will lead you through this fun workshop and cover the basics of starting your own freelance writing business, identifying hidden markets, generating article ideas, and the ever difficult task of query letter writing. Sat 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
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