Friday, September 9, 2011

New coffee drinks coming soon...

We're currently in the 'kitchen' experimenting with new coffee concoctions to serve up with the cooler change in the weather. Wait till you taste what we have come up with so far. Feel nice and warm and cozy in the belly...

MULTI -AUTHOR BOOK SIGNING - September 10th (that's this Saturday!) 11am until 2pm

Attention all book lovers and aspiring writers! Come and interact with talented published local area writers. Talk to them about their current books and latest literary works. All books will be available for purchase direct from the author. Who will be there?

Jo Ann Colton is a published writer, seminar facilitator, and marketer. She specializes in business writing, newspaper and magazines articles. Website

Kim Burnett has four books facing publication, including this guide for men entitled, The Knuckle-draggers Guide to Romance (Yes Even a Caveman Can Do It). Website

Dave Knox has been writing creatively since the 1960s. Revolution: A Revisionist’s Fiction, is a story that embraces a different U.S. historical outcome for the period 1968-1974. Website

Kellee Henderson of Edit Write, Ink is a savvy editor with clients nationwide. She has nineteen (19) years of professional experience providing quality editing services. Kellee is a published author of non-fiction stories and articles.

This event is organized and hosted by the
For more information about the multi-author event, or the group’s monthly meetings contact:
JM Colton
(303) 670-1028.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Free Live Music: Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar by Jerry Barlow

Barlow is a consummate artist who is not only skilled as a musician but is also an amazing performer resplendent with wit, humor and the ability to mesmerize an audience, concert organizers promise. “He is also a storyteller whose repertoire is a synthesis of his own Celtic inspired compositions and the traditional music of the British Isles. His music has the power to transport the audience across time and space on an imaginary journey to a rustic Irish fishing village, the mist Scottish Highlands or an ancient English forest. Jerry tells the tales of the Celtic tunes he plays and the history and legends behind the music.”
this Sunday, September 4th
10.30am - noon

For more information, visit

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Closed Monday September 5th for Labor Day

You can come by, but we won't be here. We'll be BBQ'ing and visiting friends - and so should you.

Other things going on in Denver this labor day,even tho we're not...
- A Taste of Colorado
- Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Festival
- Celebration Metaphysical Fair
- Colorado State Fair
- Colorado Rockies vs. Arizona Diamondbacks game
- Last day to go to Water World!

Have a great Labor Day weekend off people. Enjoy what little is left of summer in Denver, and then on Tuesday be sure to come back into 'Read, Write & Brew' for your mocha-choca-cinna-latte, or whatever it is that tickles yer fancy.