When Sarah Cox gave up her job as a social worker to be a stay-at-home mom, she was struck by the daily loneliness. Now she strives to support other stay-at-home moms.
For years, Rabbi Mendel Popack and his wife, Estee, wanted to move to a community with no Jewish infrastructure, either religious or social, and create a place for people to celebrate Judaism. They remember driving through Stapleton to visit Mendel’s family. “We were amazed with what we saw here and thought it’s such a perfect […]
Beginning March 3, Swallow Hill Music will offer classes in Lowry. The 35-year-old music center is opening a satellite location at Colorado Free University (CFU) where it will offer group classes and private lessons for kids and adults. It’s never too late to learn an instrument, Executive Director Tom Scharf said. “If you saw the […]
Beginning March 3, Swallow HIll Music will offer classes in Lowry.
A Stapleton couple’s wish to fulfill the Jewish needs of the community has budded a new development—a Hebrew school that will open February 9.
On a recent day, maintenance workers fix lights in the Social Rec Room, volunteers blend smoothies in the kitchen, people meet in the Cultural Arts room, and kids build a garden outside. The Nancy P. Anschutz Community Center in Northeast Park Hill is abuzz with anticipation of its projected opening in September. The Anschutz Center […]
A few highlights of Stapleton giving back this winter.
Whether you’re interested in adopting a pet or having pet issues, the Dumb Friends League is a local resource. Read about what they have to offer and how one volunteer fell in love with her German shepherd.
Watch a video of four Stapleton kids who recently participated in a cultural exchange program.