It’s a common phrase meaning that our homes are a central place in our lives—where we rest our heads, nourish our bodies and make fond memories with loved ones. It’s the epicenter of our worlds, where we start and end each day, and where we keep our most prized possessions. This month, we bring you … Continued
Camp DCL: Full-Day Spring Break Camps Douglas County Libraries’ spring break camps for kids, March 18–22, offer fun, hands-on experiences with cooking, global culture, art, movie-making, music-video creation and super-creative superhero LEGO ingenuity. Parents can choose from three full-day camps for kids ages 6–11: Around the World with Cooking & Art Camp (ages 6–10) at the … Continued
Celebrity comedian, actor, author, talk show host and judge on America’s Got Talent Howie Mandel visited the PACE Center in January for a standup show. Before the show, the versatile Howie Mandel brought his frank, funny, no-holds-barred insights to the PACE Center stage. Producer Level members of the PACE Center were able to meet Howie before his … Continued
With the smell of manure in the air and bootprints on the new blanket of snow inside the horse arena, about 10 children line up waiting for their turn to ride a horse on a Saturday morning. Many of them wait all week long for the chance to saddle up on either Apollo, Whinna or Stella, the rescue horses at…
Comfort food may mean different things to different people, but I’m (almost) willing to bet my mama’s recipe for Texas Chocolate Sheet Cake that in Colorado, a steaming bowl of green chili and homemade tortillas will always hit the spot.