Legos and China

fruitpieRemember the Methodist’s craft fair, which runs from 9-4.  They’ll be serving lunch from 11-2, including fruit pies for dessert.

School lets out early today. The Library will have games, LEGO® fun and crafts from 2-3:30.

Earth Sweet Botanicals is offering a free Food Talk tonight from 5:30-6:  Survive the Holidays – Treats without guilt!  Join Cheryl Rojic, holistic chef and health coach as she discusses how we can get through the holidays and enjoy healthy treats that taste yummy and don’t leave you with all the guilt!

The Railroad Museum is having Rails and Cocktails tonight from 6:30-8.  Take a journey with our own Rich Luckin through the history of dining car china from the 1880s to the present day. Luckin will examine the various designs and manufacturing processes that make this china so unique. Author of five collector books on railroad china, Rich Luckin literally wrote the book on this topic! Admission for event: $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Advanced tickets required, 21 and older only.

Teton Gravity Research is presenting a film tonight on the School of Mines campus.  “Tight Loose” marks 21 years of world-class ski and snowboard movies shot around the globe by TGR.  The movie will be in Coolbaugh Hall, Room 209.

Tomorrow morning from 10-11, Saoirse Charis Graves will host Coffee with a Councilor at Bean Fosters.  She’ll have a special guest speaker:  Cindy Peiropan, Community Development Analyst for the City of Golden, will be visiting to talk about Affordable Housing.