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Sept. 19 and 20—StapletOM Yoga and Music Festival
This inaugural event will offer a variety of yoga classes, live music, local artisans, food trucks, wine and craft beer, and raffles and prizes. On The Green at the 29th Ave. Town Center in Stapleton. Weekend pass is $100; kids yoga class $5. Friday night only is $25. Music-only pass Friday is $10 including beer/wine. Saturday music-only pass is $5. Tickets at www.StapletOM.com.
Sept. 20—Bikes For Life Community Bike Event
From 9am to noon on Sat., Sept. 20 at Central Park Rec Center, learn more about biking at an event hosted by Children’s Hospital Colorado. Practice cycling on a course, teach your kids how to bike without training wheels, get a repair fixed by a bike mechanic on-site, go for a group ride, participate in a bike competition and more. The event is free. For questions, call 720.777.4166.
Sept. 19–28—4th Annual Stapleton Community Food Drive
Sept. 19–28 local businesses and neighbors will participate in a food drive benefiting Food Bank of the Rockies, “Fighting Hunger. Feeding Hope.” One in seven Coloradans worry where they will find their next meal- nearly half are children. In 2013 28,000 pounds of nonperishable goods were collected through Food Bank of the Rockies. This year’s goal is 30,000 pounds. There are several ways to be a part of the event, which is presented by New Perspective Real Estate. For details, visit http://www.foodbankrockies.org/
Monday, September 22—Deputy Mayor and Chief Financial Officer Cary Kennedy Speaks at Denver League of Women Voters Meeting
On Monday, September 22, Cary Kennedy will speak the the League of Women Voters Meeting in the McCollum Room at Montview Presbyterian Church at 5:30pm. She will present an update of the city budget as well as highlights from Mayor Hancock’s State of the City Address from her perspective. There will be a generous Q & A period, so bring your questions.
Oct. 4—Urban Farm FarmFest
On Sat., Oct. 4, from10am to 6pm, The Urban Farm will host the 5th Annual FarmFest. Admission is $1; activity and food tickets are $1, or $20 for 25 tickets. The day includes pony rides, face painting, carnival games, hayrides, goat feeding, and petting farm animals. Rudy and the Buffalo Riders, Briar Branch and Stapleton’s own Porch Jam will perform. The Urban Farm and Denver Sheriff Mounted Posse will present. All proceeds go to The Urban Farm. Visit theurbanfarm.org or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.307.9332 for details.