Oh hey! Aurora Public Libraries are popping up at Stanley every Friday from now through September 14. Sign up for a library card, discover your next great read at their mobile library, and learn more about their year-round library programming.
Fridays, May 18 — Sep. 14
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Stanley Marketplace, 2501 Dallas St.
In our Community Area close to the southeast entrance
Keep It Public is throwing a big ol' shindig in Denver, Colorado. Beer from 20 local breweries will be on hand, as well as some of their favorite outdoor retailers, live music, tasty food, and a raffle including prizes for all outdoor adventurers. All proceeds benefit Keep It Public, a volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit. This event is open only to participants over 21 years of age.
Join us on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from June through August for live swing music, free swing dance lessons from Swingin' Denver, and lots of fun on the West Patio at Stanley Marketplace, near the patios of Comida, Sweet Cow Ice Cream, and Stanley Beer Hall.
Dates and bands:
June 12th: La Pompe Jazz
June 26th: Royal Street Ramblers Feat. Jeremy Mohney
July 10th: La Pompe Jazz
July 24th Odessa Rose
Aug. 14th La Pompe Jazz
Aug. 28th Royal Street Rambles Feat. Jeremy Mohney
This is a family- and dog-friendly event. Grab some snacks or drinks from our Stanley businesses and enjoy them in between dance steps.
We're going to have lots of fun and hope you join us!
Join our friends at Aurora Public Libraries for a short story reading club! We'll meet once per month in August, September, and October, and each time we'll read and discuss a different short story with APL librarian Chris Grawl.
This is perfect for our friends who'd love to join a book club but worry they don't have the time, or our friends who are already in twenty book clubs and just can't get enough.
For August, we're reading "Where I'm Calling From" by Raymond Carver. We'll have a copy of the story for each attendee, and we'll give you time at the beginning of our gathering to read the short story, so reading it in advance is not required.
For September, we're reading "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" by Raymond Carver.
For October, we're reading "Al Roosten" by George Saunders.
Let us know if you'll be there, and please spread the word amongst your literary friends!