September 5, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Broomfield Auditorium
"The dancer believes that his art has something to say which cannot be expressed in words or in any other way than by dancing… ” Doris Humphrey
Classical, contemporary, Russian folk original choreographies mix with professional live musicians for an evening at the theater for the entire family. What better way to end the summer in music and dance? The show will lift your spirits.
September 5, All Day @ Children's Library
The Children’s Library presents a back-to-school reading program “Reading with Ringling”! Visit the library in September and pick up a Ringling Rewards Club Card for children ages 2 – 12 years. Just read any 5 books of your choice and return the card to the library to be stamped. Ringling Rewards Club Cards can be exchanged in advance at the circus box office for a FREE circus ticket. One adult ticket must be purchased for every three FREE kids’ tickets redeemed. See library for more details. Stop in now – program runs from September 1 - September 30, supplies are limited and the circus comes to town in October. Try out the Ringling website www.ReadingwithRingling.com for lots of cool games! More info 720-887-2318.
September 5, 9:15 AM - 9:35 AM @ Children's Story Room
For children newborn - 24 months and a caregiver. An interactive story time focusing on the three "Rs" - Rhythm, Rhyme and Repetition. Enjoy age appropriate books, songs, rhymes and baby sign language -- all intended to promote language development and early literacy in a lively and fun atmosphere! Facts on brain development, early literacy and social emotional growth are shared throughout the program. Includes time for adults to socialize and babies to play. No registration required. This program is repeated on Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.
September 5, 10:00 AM - 10:20 AM @ Children's Story Room
For children newborn - 24 months and a caregiver. An interactive story time focusing on the three "Rs" - Rhythm, Rhyme and Repetition. Enjoy age appropriate books, songs, rhymes and baby sign language -- all intended to promote language development and early literacy in a lively and fun atmosphere! Facts on brain development, early literacy and social emotional growth are shared throughout the program. Includes time for adults to socialize and babies to play. No registration required. This program is repeated on Thursdays, 9:15 a.m. - 9:35 a.m.
September 5, 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM @ Children's Library Story Room
All are welcome at our family Story Time! This program features participatory stories, songs and movement activities geared towards promoting early literacy and building a foundation for a love of books. Age appropriate activities are presented in 3 segments from younger to older in order to meet the developmental needs of babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Transitions are built into the program so younger children can take a break if necessary. Join us for a wonderful shared experience for the whole family! No registration required.
September 5, 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM @ Children's Library Story Room
Preschoolers enjoy stories and songs that develop early literacy skills and foster curiosity. This program is reserved for children ages 3 - 5 who can sit on their own and comfortably participate in a variety of literature based activities geared towards preparing children for learning to read. Asking children to attend without their caregivers helps to develop a sense of independence that will be needed as they start school. No registration required.Stop at the Children's Desk for a name tag and a ticket. This program is repeated on Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
September 5, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
After spending 2004 in Afghanistan working for the nonprofit Institute for War and Peace Reporting and helping build Afghanistan’s first independent news agency, Eichstaedt returned to Kabul in 2010. As he worked with Afghan journalists to document their history and collective struggles, he realized that although Kabul itself appeared cleaned up, with freshly paved roads, the optimism of the newly liberated capital had faded under the rise of the Taliban insurgency. Eichstaedt subsequently crisscrossed the country to interview an astonishing array of Afghans. In Above the Din of War, he shares these conversations, including emotional and critical commentary and opinions from a former warlord, a Taliban judge, victims of self-immolation, poppy growers, courageous women parliamentarians, would-be suicide bombers, a besieged video store owner, frightened mullahs, and desperate archaeologists.
Providing a forum for the everyday people of Afghanistan to be heard, Eichstaedt reveals the
September 5, 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM @ First floor, George Di Ciero City & County Building
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