A group of neighbors working on issues relating to racial and economic justice has identified #ChangeTheNameStapleton as the current focus of their efforts.
Stapleton Food Drive. Presented by New Perspective Real Estate. To volunteer/donate, www.StapletonFoodDrive.com
Park Hill teen Tom Cassidy earned his Eagle Scout award through a multi-year, dedicated focus, earning over 21 merit badges and completing a 160-hour Eagle service project.
Preparing for her November 2017 Bat Mitzvah, 13 year-old Leah Grossman remembered seeing a Bicycles for Humanity (BFH) flyer and thought it might be the perfect service project for her.
At The Urban Farm’s (TUF) annual Farm Fest, Sam Gary librarian Lily Rose Kosmicki reads a story as a goat tries to eat the sign.
“In Stapleton, crimes are overwhelmingly property crimes and crimes of opportunity,” says Lt. Ian Culverhouse, who presides over the Stapleton/Northfield section of Denver Police Department’s District 5.
The League of Women Voters is hosting a school board candidate debate on Thursday, Oct. 12, broadcast on Denver Channel 8.
On Sept. 6, 100% of profits at Yellow Belly Chicken will go to flood relief. Yellow Belly Chicken at Stanley (also Boulder and Vail locations) will contribute 100% of their profits on Sept. 6 to the Red Cross and United Way of Houston. Farmers Market The Farmers Market will be every Sunday in September from […]
“A story speaks to an audience and gives them an opportunity to take a walk in someone else’s shoes,”says Stories On Stage Artistic Director, Anthony Powell.
The fifth annual self-guided Stapleton Open Studios tour of artists’ studios is back, with 28 artists ready to meet visitors, show their work and demonstrate how it is made.