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January 2015 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
Thanks for doing heavy lifting

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BUSINESS: Alliance supports youth biz efforts

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PEOPLE:
Shure seeks answers to 9/11 questions

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FOR THE BIRDS: Carbon tax aids species on the brink

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RAIL YARD: Free skiing & boarding at Ruby Hill Park

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Classes, Lectures & Forums | Print |  E-mail

Award-winning January Series lectures return to be live-streamed at First Christian Reformed Church, 1814 S. Emerson St., weekdays, Jan. 7-27, 10:30-11:30a.m., via  live internet video feed from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich., Free and open to the public, series features a solid lineup of speakers, including: Richard M. Daley, longest-serving mayor in Chicago’s history; Tova Friedman, among youngest known survivors of Auschwitz concentration camp; and Bryan Stevenson, considered by archbishop Desmond Tutu to be “America’s young Nelson Mandela.”

     With Christian perspectives on a wide range of topics, many of the talks are woven within a loose theme of the power of story, and global security: mass incarceration; persecution of Christians around the world; the obesity epidemic in America; and effects technology usage has on people’s spiritual and social lives.

     For information and a complete list of speakers, visit calvin.edu/january/2015 or call Shirley Van Heukelem, 303-733-4936.

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Kid Stuff | Print |  E-mail

First-time and beginner-level skiers and snowboarders, ages 7-17, have a low-cost learning option. Denver Parks & Rec is teaming up with Winter Park Ski Resort to offer daylong trips on Fridays: Jan. 16 & Feb. 6. Each trip includes transportation, all day lesson, lift ticket and equipment rental, all for $30/child per day. Registration, call Linda Donohoo, 720-865-3404. Info on all DPR programs: denvergov.org/recreation.

 

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Odds & Ends | Print |  E-mail
Wills and Wellness builds confidence when planning for the future; the payoff is peace of mind. Free educational sessions start Sat., Jan. 31, 10a.m.-noon, at Washington Street Community Center, 809 S. Washington St. Those needing estate planning guidance are encouraged to attend and receive expert legal counsel. Next session: Thur., Feb. 26, 10a.m.-noon.

     No Cook Night – Ragin’ Cajun New Year Kick-Off – Thur., 15, 4:30-6:30p.m.: jambalaya, cornbread, cobbler and sweet tea. Vegetarian option available. $6/4.

     Mom on the go? Try Fit4Mom stroller classes, Mon. & Thur., 9:30a.m. Community Breakfasts are Fridays, 8:30-10a.m., free wi-fi; Senior Lunches – Every Tues. at noon, a party atmosphere heats up – home cooking, bingo, trivia and jokes. 21, Active Minds – Colombia: A Powder Keg, 1:30p.m.; Final Fridays, 30, Book Club – Tender is the Night, by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Read or re-read the jazz-age romance.

     T’ai Chi moves gracefully into the year,  Tues., 9:30a.m.; Zumba! keeps the beat Tues. & Thur., 5:45p.m. & Sat., 10a.m.;Yoga balances the body, Thur., 4:45 & 5:45p.m., Sun., 10a.m.; Tae Kwon Do kicks it up a notch, Sun., 9 & 11:30a.m., and Mon., Wed. & Fri., 4p.m.

     Save the date! Thur., Feb. 19, Member Appreciation Spagetti Dinner – 2015 members are given the royal treatment!

     Info:wscc-denver.org or 303-733-4643.

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Meetings | Print |  E-mail
Citizens Climate Lobby meets twice a month; meetings are open to all concerned about climate issues. Attend CCL gatherings first Wednesdays (Jan. 7, Feb. 4), 6:30-8p.m. at Wash Perk, 853 E. Ohio Ave., to savor good coffee and craft strategies to influence Congressional representatives. Also, second Wednesdays (Jan. 14, Feb. 11), 6:15-8p.m. in Natural Grocers Community Room, 2053 S. Colorado Blvd. (at Evans).

     Questions, Betsey House, call 303-918-6964 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Information: citizensclimatelobby.org.

 

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Seniors | Print |  E-mail

Yikes, there go the pipes! Holidays were dampened when Assistance League of Denver’s pipes burst, and the historic kitchen at 1400 Josephine St. suffered a flood of near epic proportions. Unfortunately, ALD must cancel all January and February Hospitality House activities until repairs are made.

     Info:denver.assistanceleague.org or 303-322-5205.

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