Wednesday, December 11, 7 p.m.
Chautauqua Community House
900 Baseline Road, Boulder
$12 ($9 for members)
Historian Ellen Kingman Fisher brings her new book set in the historic heart of Colorado, Hill’s Gold, to the Chautauqua Community House for a reading and signing. Fisher uses letters and journals to re-create this story of fortunes, fate and the birth of the mining industry in the Colorado territory during the Civil War. Tickets are available now.
Thursday, December 12, 5:30 p.m.
2526 East Colfax Avenue
Beloved best-selling children’s book author and artist Jan Brett brings her newest work, The Tale of the Tiger Slippers, to the Tattered Cover for a reading and signing. Using both footwear and felines, the book reimagines a powerful Middle Eastern folk tale that celebrates hard work and an appreciation of one’s roots. Tickets to the event include a copy of the book and a spot in the autograph line.
Thursday, December 12, 7 p.m.
3131 Walnut Street
$15 to 20
Join the Storytellers, Denver’s favorite all-male a cappella vocal group, for a night of music, merrymaking and story. Share a drink, tell a tale, and feel rejuvenated after an evening of holiday classics and tales of Christmas past. In the true modern seasonal spirit, there’s a special prize for whoever wears the ugliest sweater.