Calendar of events

July 15 — 21, 2018

Found 9 events

Wednesday, July 18

Active Minds presents Coffee: A brief history

1:45 PM
Join us as we trace the history of coffee from its origins in Ethiopia to the Starbucks around the corner.

FREE Educational Seminar & Raffle (Ketogenic & Medically Supervised Weight Loss Program)

6:00 PM
Learn about our Medically Supervised, Lifestyle Changing Weight Loss Program (ideal protein) + Raffle (prizes from local salons)

Thursday, July 19

Active Minds presents: The Callenges of Mexico

2:00 PM
Join Active Minds for an in-depth look at our neighbor to the south. RSVP: 303-525-9408

Saturday, July 21

Jr. Ranger Explorer Series

10:00 AM
Discover if you have what it takes to be Standley Lake's newest Junior Ranger!

Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Castle Rock

10:30 AM
The Castle Rock Museum is hosting a Free walking tour of Downtown Castle Rock on Sat. July 21, 2018. The 45-minute tour will begin at 10:30am at The Courtyard on Perry Street, between 3rd and 4th streets and will conclude at the Castle Rock Museum, 420 Elbert Street. The remaining tours will be on Aug. 25th, and Sept, 22nd. You do not need a reservation. Contact the Castle Rock Museum for more information (303) 814-3164, museum@castlerockhistoricalsociety.

The Golden History Roundtable

12:30 PM
The Golden History Roundtable meets monthly at the Golden Public Library.

The SciBabe's Guide to BS (Bad Science) Detection

In the internet landscape of health and science, we frequently find ourselves confronted with fantastical information that sounds like science. How can you tell if something is science or pseudoscience?

The SciBabe's Guide to BS (Bad Science) Detection

In the internet landscape of health and science, we frequently find ourselves confronted with fantastical information that sounds like science. How can you tell if something is science or pseudoscience?

The SciBabe's Guide to BS (Bad Science) Detection

In the internet landscape of health and science, we frequently find ourselves confronted with fantastical information that sounds like science. How can you tell if something is science or pseudoscience?

July 15 — 21, 2018

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