Living Local at the Four Mile Historic Park
715 South Forest St
Denver, CO 80246

Sunday, April 14 | 10:00 am–4:00pm

Are you tired of eating food that has ingredients only a scientist could understand?
Do you yearn for the days when life was simple and you knew your neighbor by name?

Join us for a full day as we share the agricultural and horticultural practices of Colorado Pioneers and how we can incorporate these lessons into our daily lives for a healthier tomorrow.

Activities will include seed-starting, tours of the Four Mile House Museum and grounds, horse-drawn wagon rides, learning from organic and local vendors, demonstrations of 19th century conservation methods & much more! The Creating Your Community team will  be there with a scanning and preservation booth. We can scan items up to 8.5” X 11.7”, a USB drive will be provided. Plus we can give you some tips about preserving your family treasures at home.

Sponsored By: Whole Foods Market, LiveWell Colorado, and Basil Docs Pizza

Event Partners: CSU Master Gardeners, Denver Handmade Alliance, Denver Public Library, Denver Urban Gardens, Grow Local, Hardpan Horticulture, Kinda Collective, Mile High Business Alliance, Renewal by Anderson, Spout City Farms, and Revision International

Admission: Adults: $5, Seniors (65+) & Mlitary w/ID: $4, Youth 7-17: $3, children 6 & under and FMHP members: FREE


Zion Baptist Church and The Denver Public Library Present Three Celebrations, Saturday, May 18, 2013

Denver’ s 147-year-old Zion Baptist Church and the Denver Public Library’s Creating Your Community grant program present the “I Do” on-line photographic project about African Americans holy matrimonial vows. The project features photographs of weddings, anniversaries, vow renewals, and a wedding dress display. We will be available to scan your “I Do” photos.

Join us for a screening of Rocky Mountain PBS and History Colorado’s locally produced “Colorado Experience: Justina Ford, MD” written, produced and directed by donnie l. betts.  Born with two strikes against her, Dr. Justina Ford overcame barriers of race and gender to become the first African-American woman to practice medicine in Colorado and delivered over 7,000 babies. You will enjoy the twenty-seven minute film about a medical pioneer and one of Zion’s “First Ladies.”            

The final celebration will honor the Blair- Caldwell African American Research Library’s Tenth Anniversary.



Saturday, May 18, 2013

Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library
Third Floor Cousins Gallery
2401 Welton Street

Display Time: Noon - 6:30 pm

Scanning Time*: Noon - 2:00pm

Program Time: 2:00 - 3:30 pm


No Cost – Open to the Public


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* We can scan items up to 8.5” X 11.7”, a USB drive will be provided