Tickets $10 in advance, $12 at door; buy at the Post, or RSVP by calling 303-757-1919. The Junior Auxiliary’s potluck dinner and organizational meeting is Sat., Jan. 9, 5p.m. Blue Star (Service) …
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Tickets $10 in advance, $12 at door; buy at the Post, or RSVP by calling 303-757-1919. The Junior Auxiliary’s potluck dinner and organizational meeting is Sat., Jan. 9, 5p.m. Blue Star (Service) Flags will be presented to children of parents in the 244th Heavy Engineering Battalion, currently deployed in Afghanistan. Parents and family welcome. Call Lue Anne Robbins at 303-795-2056 for info.
Humanists of Colorado starts a new Humanism in World Traditions series with two speakers on Buddhism on Sun., Jan. 10: Barry Albright of Denver and Abbot Tinh Man from the Compassionate Dharma Cloud Monastery in Morrison. Held at First Universalist Church (Colvin Commons Community Room), 4101 E. Hampden Ave. Potluck at 6p.m., speaker at 7. Public welcome. For updates and info, visit www.humanistsofcolorado.com, or call Richard at 720-256-6161.
Bring a travel tip, guide book or must-have international travel item to share at the Travel Lovers Book Club, meeting Mon., Jan. 11, 5:30-6:30p.m., at Tattered Cover, 2526 E. Colfax Ave. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Denver Botanic Gardens’ Senior Curator and Director of Outreach Panayoti Kelaidis talks on Plant Select, focusing on the more “herby” plants, at the Wed., Jan. 20, 7p.m., meeting of the Rocky Mountain Unit of the Herb Society of America, at First Reformed Church, 1601 S. Clarkson St. He’ll also talk about his recent Central Asian research trip.Parking on street and in back alley; enter at door off back alley. Free. Info: Betty Jo Page, 303-232-9105.
Master birder Tom Bush presents Birds in the Park and Backyard at the Wed., Jan. 13, meeting of FANS (Friends and Neighbors of Washington Park), 6-7p.m., at the Dos Chappell Bath House, 600 S. Marion Pkwy. He’ll share ways to attract birds and explain their spring migration to the mountains. Also, help is needed in developing a tree guide for Washington Park. Visit www.fanswashingtonpark.org for details.
Rosedale Harvard Gulch Neighborhood Association meets to hold its first elections Wed., Jan. 20, 7:15-9p.m., at Harvard Gulch Recreation Center, 550 E. Iliff Ave. They’ll also vote on by-laws. Meets bi-monthly, third Wednesdays. This recently formed association represents the neighborhoods bounded by S. Downing, and Broadway, from Evans Ave. to Yale Ave. Info: Ellen Winiarczyk, 303-808-8062, email@example.com; Cathy Darnell, firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-744-0207.
Tax expert Gary Sinisio shows how to account for “stimulus” money received in 2009 at the next NARFE Chapter #1119 meeting, Fri., Jan. 15, at the Leyden-Chiles-Wickersham Post of the American Legion, 5400 E. Yale Ave. Optional lunch at 11a.m., program at noon. NARFE Chapter #1119 are members of a national organization formed to champion the rights of retired and current Federal employees. Info: call Hank, 303-779-4268.
Bring your guitar and play a piece or two with the Denver Classical Guitar Society, meeting third Tuesdays (Jan. 19), 7p.m., at South Broadway Christian Church, 23 Lincoln St. Or just enjoy the music and fellowship. Info: www.denver classicalguitarsociety.org.
View an inspiring film about people with Parkinson’s disease participating in a yoga class Tues., Jan. 19, 10a.m., at the Englewood Parkinson Support Group’s next meeting, on the 8th floor of Englewood Meridian Retirement Community, 3455 S. Corona St. Info: Gail Greenwood, 303-805-3590, email@example.com.
Are you a Maker, or do friends call you McGuyver? The Denver Makers Group is comprised of hobbyists, professional makers, engineers, enthusiasts and hackers, hosting a guest speaker from the maker community on 3rd Thursdays (Jan. 21), 7-9p.m., at Club Workshop, 999 Vallejo St., #2. Free. Info: visit www.denvermakers.org, 720-324-7222.
Author P.J.Parma shares adventures in 120 countries & six continents with the Budget Treasures Travel Club, Thur., Jan. 28, 6-7p.m., at Ross-University Hills Library, 4310 E. Amherst Ave. Info: Willie Pusede, 303-758-9213, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.budgettreasurestravelclub.com.
If you’re single, 40+ and love to camp, come join Camping Singles on the first Tuesday each month at the Flagship REI store, 1416 Platte St., at 7p.m. For details, call Ginann, 303-477-2337.
The “Weeders” Gardening Group meets 1st Wed. each month at Cook Park Rec Center, 7100 Cherry Creek South Dr., at 9:30a.m. Join this informal group of amateur gardeners interested in discussing the joys and problems of gardening in the metro area. Share tips, swap plants, seeds and catalogs. Required fee (annual Parks & Rec pass or $2/seniors, $5/adult drop-in charge). Info: Betty, 303-333-8138.
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