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March 2015 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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LETTERS:
New garage
stirs debate
on S. Pearl

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BUSINESS: 
Chowder Room
brings tasty
seafood to
S. Broadway

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PEOPLE:
Barela drives
change on
Santa Fe Dr.
and beyond

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READER'S PEN: 
Farming and 
the overuse
of precious
resources

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REP VIEW: 
Your vote 
counts in City 
Council Election

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Classes, Lectures & Forums | Print |  E-mail

The best thing to do during long cold winter months? Why, read of course! Join Denver Public Library’s Winter of Reading program for adults – pick up a brochure at any DPL location, complete three of eight book-related activities and return to any DPL branch by March 31 to claim prizes. Information: The best thing to do during long cold winter months? Why, read of course! Join Denver Public Library’s Winter of Reading program for adults – pick up a brochure at any DPL location, complete three of eight book-related activities and return to any DPL branch by March 31 to claim prizes. Information: The best thing to do during long cold winter months? Why, read of course! Join Denver Public Library’s Winter of Reading program for adults – pick up a brochure at any DPL location, complete three of eight book-related activities and return to any DPL branch by March 31 to claim prizes.Information: denverlibrary.org/winterofreading.

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KidStuff | Print |  E-mail

Discover art that explores the world and lets the imagination soar at Children’s Art School classes, held in Carriage House of Fitzroy Mansion, Accelerated Schools, 2160 S. Cook St., Saturdays, March 7-28, 12:30-2:30p.m., Paint Palette Brushes – young artists create an oil painting self-portrait, ages 8+, $125.

To pre-register (required), information and brochure: Joy of Art for spring classes and summer camps, call 303-369-7956.

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Odds & Ends | Print |  E-mail

Donate unneeded, gently-used medical equipment, help others in need – Society of St. Vincent de Paul at Most Precious Blood Catholic Church is collecting durable equipment for sick elderly. Donations aid Dominican Sisters Home Health Agency in providing in-home nursing care. Bath benches/chairs, grab bars, rollators, knee scooters, wheelchairs, and in-home hospital beds, plus related smaller items are needed – in clean and working condition.

Call for pick-up info: 303-756-3083 ext. 333. Learn more about how donations are used: dominicansisters.org.

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Seniors | Print |  E-mail

Save the date – 26th annual Salute to Seniors presented by Colorado Gerontological Society kicks off Sat., April 18, 9a.m.-4p.m. at the Colorado Convention Center, 700 W. 14th St. All things Elvis flavor the day, so try p.b.j. & bacon sandwiches! Vegas-style razzle dazzle keeps attendees on their toes, while useful gold nuggets of information are shared – 100 booths offer resources and services for older adults and families about housing, home care, finances, entertainment and leisure, all to address the needs of aging parents.More Info: senioranswers.org, click on “Programs,” or 303-333-3482.

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Tattered Cover’s Travel Lovers Book Club meets every 2nd Monday (March 9), 5:30p.m. at 2526 E. Colfax Ave. Headed to the continent? Try Europe on 5 Wrong Turns a Day, by Doug Mack, with presenter Judy Caldwell. All are welcome. Info: Christine, 303-320-1469.

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