Top Upcoming Educational Seminars In Denver

July 8, 2013 6:00 AM

A class at Metro State University (credit: CBS)

A class at Metro State University (credit: CBS)(credit: CBS)

Hungry for some knowledge? Well you aren’t alone. There are a number of fascinating educational seminars and lectures that are offered in Denver, just about every day of the year. From seminars that focus on business skills and specific practices to artistic lectures and even spiritual ones, there is something for everyone. So get out and try something new, decide what it is that you’d like to learn more about and try one of these great educational seminars coming to the Denver area.

How to Become a Better Communicator
Holiday Inn
455 S. Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80246
(800) 349-1935

Date: October 21

Proper communication is essential for any organization. Whether you run a small business or you work for a big company, brush up on your communication skills with this seminar. You’ll learn how to get support within your team, managers and co-workers. You’ll learn how to quickly and efficiently express your ideas and how to “fit it” with just about any group. In addition, you’ll get tips on making that all-important first impression with proven techniques and traditional business etiquette tips.

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Excellence for Women
Homewood Suites
4210 Airport Way
Denver, CO 80239
(800) 258-7246

Date: October 22

Dr. Kimberly Ventus-Darks has made a name for herself in the business and professional speaking world. She is president of her communication business, an author, speaker, wife and mother as well as a faculty member of four colleges and much more. Her talks have a reputation for being motivational and inspiring, so this is sure to be an interesting day. This talk covers Dr. Kim’s Personal Power Test, her secrets to career success for women, the three laws of effectiveness, the reasons you fail and so much more. It is a seven-hour course sure to leave you filled with all the motivation you need to go out and find your own success.

Power to the Author Event
Hilton Hotel
1400 Welton St.
Denver, CO 80202

Date: September 13

Self-publishing has been growing by leaps and bounds over the past few years. Now, with the rise in popularity of e-readers, even more authors are getting their books into the hands of readers all over the world. This event is lead by Allistar Publishing founder Brandon McBride, and he teach you how to easily publish and market your own e-book for use on a Kindle or Nook. It will include all of the important basics like writing, editing, formatting, publishing and even marketing. Before you know it, you’ll be writing more and more books for everyone to enjoy.

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Perspective Series Tour 
Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York St.
Denver, CO 80206
(720) 865-3585

Date: July 10

The Denver Botanic Gardens is offering this fascinating look at an art exhibition lead by the artists themselves. Emmett Culligan is an internationally renowned artist and graduate from the University of Colorado at Denver with a degree in sculpture. Andy Miller is another highly recognizable artist in Denver, and both create large-scale works that are seen all over the world. Don’t miss this tour as the two artists lead you through the Catalyst exhibit, with all the insider knowledge only they can share.

Conversations With “All That Is”
Nic Nac Nook Metaphysical Bookstore
4280 Morrison Road
Denver, CO 80219
(303) 384-0043

Date: July 20

Led by Ann Salisbury, PhD and founder of the Transpersonal Hypnotherapy Institute, this is a metaphysical event where Salisbury will channel with the help of her spiritual guides. The goal of this lecture is to provide spiritual growth and energy assistance to those that attend the workshop. If you have some specific questions, you will have an opportunity to ask Salisbury, who states that she’s been able to communicate with the other side since a very early age. This is sure to be a fascinating event.

Deborah Flomberg is a theater professional, freelance writer and Denver native. Her work can be found at