Area events taking place in June and early July
Phantom Pavilion, the newly installed public art sculpture in Prairie Basin Park, is located in the promontory on Trenton Street at Stoll Place.
A standing-room-only crowd filled the sanctuary at Park Hill United Congregational Church on Saturday afternoon March 10.
Will the 155-acre Park Hill Golf Course be an urban planner’s dream? Or will restrictions that allow only golf course use continue?
NE DENVER/NW AURORA EVENTS 2/1 Thursday—Opening Reception – Mask(ed) –Invitational Curated Exhibition. Art Gym Denver, 1460 Leyden St. www.artgymdenver.com/gallery/current-shows/ 2/1 to 2/28—One-on-One Technology Appointments. Personalized tech assistance/instruction from one of […]
“Urban Farm was my life since I was 5. Without that, I don’t know what I’d be doing now,” says Monica Marrs, a 19-year-old student at Oklahoma State University majoring in animal science production. “Urban Farm helped me find my passion.”
“Bison are an important part of plains ecology,” says Dave Lucas, manager at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge—and the public has great opportunities to visit the wildlife refuge and see these huge animals. The 15,000-acre refuge is also home to the world’s only indoor/outdoor black-footed ferret exhibit, enabling visitors to see the endangered species that now helps control the prairie dog population at the refuge.
Funds from measures 2A thru 2G would go toward maintaining and repairing Denver’s infrastructure before it breaks down. The best part: we can do this and keep your tax rates the same.
City Council is considering a proposal to purchase the Park Hill Golf Course from the Clayton Trust and neighbors are already gearing up to oppose any changes to that property. Opposition to any development here is misguided. Because of the proximity to transit, it is critical that the City is able to strike an appropriate balance between housing and green space on the Park Hill Golf Course Property.
Have you been developing an urge to tackle one of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks?