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Location: Denver, CO 80210

Little Libraries

There are 49 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

1200 Lincoln Street, Denver, CO 80203
10 W. Fourteenth Ave. Pkwy, Denver, CO 80204
Capitol Hill Books (0.4 miles)
300 East Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO
624 E. 13th Ave, Denver, CO 80203
Denver Comic Con (0.6 miles)
700 14th St, Denver, Colorado 80202
500 16th Street (Entertainment and Fashion Pavilion), Denver, CO 80202
499 Broadway, Denver, CO
675 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204
1999 Broadway, Suite 3320, Denver, CO 80202
Auraria Library (1.1 miles)
1100 Lawerence Street, Denver, CO 80204
Counterpath Press (1.1 miles)
613 22nd Street, Denver, CO 80205
2401 Welton Street, Denver, CO 80205
2 S. Broadway, Denver, CO 80209
32 S. Broadway, Denver, CO
900 Auraria Parkway, Denver, CO 80204
1628 16th Street, Denver, CO 80202
33 E. Bayaud Ave., Denver, CO 80209
1007 York Street, Denver, CO 80206
200 S. Broadway, Denver, CO
Who Else! Books (1.5 miles)
Broadway Book Mall, 200 S. Broadway, Denver, CO 80209
Broadway Book Mall (1.5 miles)
200 S. Broadway, Denver, CO 80209
1595 Wynkoop Street, Second Floor, Denver, CO 80202
Fahrenheit's Books (1.6 miles)
264 S. Broadway, Denver, CO 80203
2526 East Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80206
275 Clayton Street, Denver, CO 80206

Local events

Oct
27
MileHiCon 49
Hyatt Regency Tech Center-Denver, Friday, October 27 at 2pm
More than 100 science fiction/fantasy authors, artists, speakers and performers will participate, speak and autograph books at the 49th annual MileHiCon SF/F literary convention at the Hyatt Hotel – Denver Tech Center on October 27, 28, and 29th, 2017.
For SF/F and speculative fiction lovers it’s an annual weekend not to be missed. The convention will feature authors, artists, speakers and programming on every aspect of the science fiction and fantasy genres. Events, activities, and presentations include: the largest SF/fantasy art show and auction in Colorado, round-the-clock gaming, a room full of vendors selling SF, fantasy, and horror-related items, cosplay costume contest, the Critter Crunch (robotic sumo wrestling) and much more.

This year MileHiCon’s guests of honor include: authors Eric Flint and Jane Lindskold, and artist Carrie Ann Baade. Author Jason Heller will preside as toastmaster. In addition to the guests of honor, MileHiCon will be attended by over 100 other SF, fantasy, and horror authors from both the Front Range and across the nation. They will read from works in progress and participate in programs on various aspects of writing, publishing, SF/F themes, and just plain fun subjects. Other special guests will also give presentations and participate in panels on various topics in science, literature, and media.

The complete list of participants will be available on the MileHiCon website. http://www.milehicon.org.

MileHiCon has been run by local SF fans since its beginning in 1969 and continues to be run and staffed entirely by volunteers. Its purpose is to further interest in reading and writing science fiction and related genres, although it has long since branched out to include television, film, anime, gaming, and other genres of fannish interest.

Programming begins at 2 pm Friday and runs continuously until ca. 6 pm Sunday. All MileHiCon activities take place at the Hyatt Hotel - Denver Tech Center, located at 800 E. Tufts Ave., Denver, CO 80237. A three-day membership is $48. Daily memberships will be available at the door; (emilyee)
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Oct
28
MileHiCon 49
Hyatt Regency Tech Center-Denver, Saturday, October 28 at 12pm
More than 100 science fiction/fantasy authors, artists, speakers and performers will participate, speak and autograph books at the 49th annual MileHiCon SF/F literary convention at the Hyatt Hotel – Denver Tech Center on October 27, 28, and 29th, 2017.
For SF/F and speculative fiction lovers it’s an annual weekend not to be missed. The convention will feature authors, artists, speakers and programming on every aspect of the science fiction and fantasy genres. Events, activities, and presentations include: the largest SF/fantasy art show and auction in Colorado, round-the-clock gaming, a room full of vendors selling SF, fantasy, and horror-related items, cosplay costume contest, the Critter Crunch (robotic sumo wrestling) and much more.

This year MileHiCon’s guests of honor include: authors Eric Flint and Jane Lindskold, and artist Carrie Ann Baade. Author Jason Heller will preside as toastmaster. In addition to the guests of honor, MileHiCon will be attended by over 100 other SF, fantasy, and horror authors from both the Front Range and across the nation. They will read from works in progress and participate in programs on various aspects of writing, publishing, SF/F themes, and just plain fun subjects. Other special guests will also give presentations and participate in panels on various topics in science, literature, and media.

The complete list of participants will be available on the MileHiCon website. http://www.milehicon.org.

MileHiCon has been run by local SF fans since its beginning in 1969 and continues to be run and staffed entirely by volunteers. Its purpose is to further interest in reading and writing science fiction and related genres, although it has long since branched out to include television, film, anime, gaming, and other genres of fannish interest.

Programming begins at 2 pm Friday and runs continuously until ca. 6 pm Sunday. All MileHiCon activities take place at the Hyatt Hotel - Denver Tech Center, located at 800 E. Tufts Ave., Denver, CO 80237. A three-day membership is $48. Daily memberships will be available at the door; (emilyee)
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Oct
29
MileHiCon 49
Hyatt Regency Tech Center-Denver, Sunday, October 29 at 12pm
More than 100 science fiction/fantasy authors, artists, speakers and performers will participate, speak and autograph books at the 49th annual MileHiCon SF/F literary convention at the Hyatt Hotel – Denver Tech Center on October 27, 28, and 29th, 2017.
For SF/F and speculative fiction lovers it’s an annual weekend not to be missed. The convention will feature authors, artists, speakers and programming on every aspect of the science fiction and fantasy genres. Events, activities, and presentations include: the largest SF/fantasy art show and auction in Colorado, round-the-clock gaming, a room full of vendors selling SF, fantasy, and horror-related items, cosplay costume contest, the Critter Crunch (robotic sumo wrestling) and much more.

This year MileHiCon’s guests of honor include: authors Eric Flint and Jane Lindskold, and artist Carrie Ann Baade. Author Jason Heller will preside as toastmaster. In addition to the guests of honor, MileHiCon will be attended by over 100 other SF, fantasy, and horror authors from both the Front Range and across the nation. They will read from works in progress and participate in programs on various aspects of writing, publishing, SF/F themes, and just plain fun subjects. Other special guests will also give presentations and participate in panels on various topics in science, literature, and media.

The complete list of participants will be available on the MileHiCon website. http://www.milehicon.org.

MileHiCon has been run by local SF fans since its beginning in 1969 and continues to be run and staffed entirely by volunteers. Its purpose is to further interest in reading and writing science fiction and related genres, although it has long since branched out to include television, film, anime, gaming, and other genres of fannish interest.

Programming begins at 2 pm Friday and runs continuously until ca. 6 pm Sunday. All MileHiCon activities take place at the Hyatt Hotel - Denver Tech Center, located at 800 E. Tufts Ave., Denver, CO 80237. A three-day membership is $48. Daily memberships will be available at the door; (emilyee)
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Mar
2
Sydney Nathans, A Mind to Stay: White Plantation, Black Homeland
Sydney Nathans, A Mind to Stay: White Plantation, Black Homeland

Speaking and signing, Tattered Cover Book Store (Colfax Avenue) (added from Harvard University Press)
Jun
13
Samuel J. Redman, Bone Rooms: From Scientific Racism to Human Prehistory in Museums
Samuel J. Redman, Bone Rooms: From Scientific Racism to Human Prehistory in Museums

Speaking and signing, Tattered Cover Book Store (Colfax Avenue) (added from Harvard University Press)
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