“Best of” lists seem to be proliferating these days—and they rank everything from restaurants to yoga classes to best characters from 1970’s sitcoms.
The “Wheels of Justice” riding team will participate for the 12th consecutive year in the Children’s Hospital Colorado Courage Classic bike tour dedicated to supporting our region’s only all-inclusive, nonprofit pediatric hospital.
Not many people can say they play on a team with a 24 – 0 record, but a fifth and sixth grade boys lacrosse team claimed that record this spring.
The city is soliciting your views and has posted a survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DenverPublicSurvey
In partnership with Denver Police Department, the MCA, and Northeast Transportation Connections, SUN developed a survey to: 1) Identify ways to improve community safety, 2) Measure community preferences for policies employed by Denver Public Schools, 3) Determine how residents could be encouraged to engage with public transportation, 4) Measure health behaviors and assess where community support could improve health, 5) Determine what additional services and amenities are desired in this large urban in fill project, 6) Assess barriers to community involvement, 7) Measure opinions on the community name, and 8) Measure overall satisfaction with community life. Results will be shared over a series of Front Porch articles, of which this is the first instillation.
Saturday, June 17, 9am-3pm. Purchase advance tickets online at www.parkhillgardenwalk.org
$12/$10 for seniors
The Park Creek Metropolitan District (PCMD) has agreed to pay the Westerly Creek Metro District’s (WCMD) costs for independent legal counsel.
Planned agenda items during the annual community forum were covered quickly and were generally well received by the audience.
“Set squarely in 1980, Xanadu is cheesy and campy, with a fabulous love story and a passion for art,” says Charlie Packard, executive producer at the Aurora Fox Arts Center.
The March opening of Backstory: Western American Art in Context at History Colorado Center stamps the imprimatur of a new era on the institution, but one that returns the museum to its heritage, rooted in local and material culture.