There are debates and there are conversations. The former has a clear objective: to win. But a conversation doesn’t have to be a zero-sum game.
Local Events taking place in October & early November 2018
Stapleton United Neighbors (SUN) will host an education forum during its regularly scheduled outreach meeting on Tuesday, October 16 from 6:30 to 7:40 at Central Park Rec Center.
On October 31, as much of our community is trick-or-treating, some among us will be thinking of their departed loved ones and preparing to celebrate All Souls’ Day—the Day of the Dead.
Approaching Susan Crane’s house, it’s apparent an artist lives there. A self-portrait in red clay peeks out from under a shrub. A vortex fountain, surrounded by a swirl of blue and white glass mesmerizes before stepping inside.
Four years ago, the Riptide girls competitive softball team was formed—and they didn’t win a single tournament game that year.
Three programs have responded to the Denver Public Schools (DPS) call for quality middle schools issued in late July 2018: The Denver Green School, High Tech, and Beacon Middle School.
The Jets Lacrosse Club, which started in 2009 with “a handful” of players, now has 14 teams with a total of about 250 players, mostly from Stapleton, Park Hill and Lowry, says U13 coach Stephen Flannery.
“Singing is as good for me as yoga; it’s great for my brain and my soul,” says Betsy Leighton, founder of Voices Rock! Denver, a 170-voice choir that welcomes singers of all skill levels to perform popular songs in a no-pressure environment.
“I don’t know where it comes from,” Kellye Giles says, “when I am on the deck I’m a whole new person.”