Author Matt Repplinger Presents the Story of Baseball in Denver.

Baseball in Denver, Colorado (Images of Baseball Series) Author Signing (History, Sports)
Saturday April 28, 2018 1:00 PM

From the early hall-of-fame players, to the storied barons of Denver's primitive days, baseball has always been on the forefront of the Denver sports horizon. Rapplinger's book highlights The Denver Post Tournament and the history of the Denver Bears. With the inception of the Colorado Rockies, Denver once again set the stage for big league baseball.

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Upcoming Author Signing Events at This Store

March 2018



Author Corey Stiles Debuts Her Beautiful Memoir
Author Signing (Self Improvement, Biography, Health & Fitness)
Sunday March 18, 2018 1:00 PM None of us escapes life without experiencing grief in one form or another. But the journey of a grieving mother is something no one can imagine … unless they have lived it. Grief Interrupted is a letter of love, hope, and healing. Her book is a great guide towards finding joy and purpose in life again after a loss.

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April 2018



Author Darron Spencer Book Signing
Author Signing (Current Affairs, Law, Non-Fiction)
Saturday April 07, 2018 1:00 PM In his book Humane Policing, Darron Spencer addresses the growing crisis in our society involving the frequently inhumane interactions between law enforcement and the public. Written for his fellow law enforcement professionals as well as the general public, Humane Policing explores why law enforcement needs to change and chronicles the experiences that shaped Darron's perspective.

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Prominent Denver Architect Don Ruggles Signing
Author Signing (Architecture/Design, Science & Technology)
Saturday April 14, 2018 1:00 PM Focusing on new discoveries in neuroscience, as well as recent developments in ­fractal geometry theory, microbiology, and psychology, Ruggles leads the reader on a journey through architectural and art history to discover the importance of timeless patterns and their impact on our well being.

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