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Anythink Gets a Green Thumb
In March 2019, Anythink libraries in Colorado are hosting Dig It, a district-wide program that allows customers to explore “all things gardening and backyard farming,” according to the announcement. Regardless of experience level or age, people can learn new skills—such as indoor planting or creating their own food business—with the help of partners including Colorado State University Extension, Colorado’s Butterfly Pavilion, and the Colorado Cactus and Succulent Society (CCSS).
Also planned for Anythink’s 10th anniversary in 2019 are other programs relating to Dig It: Pop It and Own It. Pop It, in May, “will celebrate all things pop culture in conjunction with Denver Pop Culture Con,” and Own It, in September, will encourage customers “to further develop career and life skills to help them get ahead”; all three programs in this series offer “a platform for Adams County residents to create community, explore culture, and nourish personal and professional aspirations.”
For more information, read the announcement.
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