Every Sunday from Father’s Day through October 12, 8:30am – 12:30pm. The Green, E. 29th Ave. and Roslyn.
The last Saturday of the month through September, 9am-12pm. The Green, E. 29th Ave. and Roslyn.
FREE tours by foot, bike, scooter, for art/architecture lovers. Reservations required. Schedule/signup online. Also download PDF of Denver www.denvergov.org/publicart
Indoor, year-round farmers market and homesteading school with local/organic foods. Thurs/Fri 3-7pm, Sat 9am-3pm. 200 Santa Fe Dr. FREE. For classes/seminars: www.denverurbanhomesteading.com
1st Wed., 10am, crafts/light lunch; 2nd Wed., 12pm, big lunch/entertainment; 4th Wed., 12pm, light lunch/bingo. RSVP: 303.439.7554 for big lunch. NO WEBSITE
Complete listing of concerts, classes,events and festivals. www.swallowhillmusic.org
Hunting, fishing and marine seminars offered throughout month. 720.385.3600. www.BassPro.com
Prices vary based on comedian and show time.Tickets: 303.307.1777. www.denver.improv.com
303.728.9468, Local and regional live music nightly. www.countrybarco.com
Most car seats are used incorrectly. Children’s Hospital Colorado offers free inspections at Aurora Main Campus by child passenger safety professionals. Wed. 1-3pm. Sat. 9-12pm. Schedule appointment 720-777-4808
1-5pm, 3rd Thursday monthly and by appt. 4545 E 9th Ave, #120. Shannon Southall: 303.951.3694.
Wands and Wishes Character Story Tim. 2nd Thursdays. The Bookies Bookstore.
100 West 14th Ave Parkway, www.denverartmuseum.org
Dolls and Toys Workshops. Museum adm.: $6/adults, $4/kids 5-16/under 5 free. 1880 Gaylord St. See website for current workshops. www.dmmdt.org
Nonprofit agency that owns and manages unique urban wildlife refuge and outdoor classrooms in northeast Denver. 3400 Havana Way. http://www.blufflakenaturecenter.org. 303.344.0031.
Reservations required for events unless noted. Hours: Mon.-Sun., 6am-6pm. Visitor Center: Wed-Sun., 9am-4pm. Refuge closed federal holidays. 303.289.0930. Directions/events: http://www.fws.gov/refuge/rocky_mountain_arsenal/
For children’s story hours, book club info, crafts sessions and complete program list visit www.denverlibrary.org
4705 Montview Blvd. 720.865.0250. Closed Sun. www.denverlibrary.org
5575 E. 33rd Ave. 720.865.0290. Closed Sun. www.denverlibrary.org
Sam Gary Library
2961 Roslyn St. 720.865.0325 www.denverlibrary.org
100 Poplar St. (1st and Quebec). Closed Fri. 720.865.0000. www.denverlibrary.org
Weekly. Wine Cellars, the Bottle Shop of Stapleton. 4-7pm. FREE. www.facebook.com/WineCellarsatStapleton
4670 E. 17th Ave. 303.322.3901. www.unityontheavenue.org
Seeks members to help underserved in metro Denver. Programs for victims, students, children, seniors. 303.322.5205, www.denver.assistanceleague.org
Kids/families free course on budget shopping and preparing healthy, affordable meals. Volunteers needed at multiple locations/days to help. Learn Share our Strength Cooking Matters and all opportunities at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With thousands of girls on waiting lists, Girl Scouts of Colorado critically needs adult volunteers. Contact: email@example.com or 1.877.404.5708. girlscoutsofcolorado.org
In need of volunteers, particularly working on adult units, providing clerical services, staffing the Ronald McDonald Family Rooms and serving as greeters and escorts. Contact Lorie Klumb, Director of Volunteer Services, firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-839-6107.
Volunteers for teams (6-month commit) to assist Burmese refugees by www.projectworthmore.com
At Odyssey School or Venture Prep Middle School for 2014-15 school year to share one-on-one reading with kindergarten through eighth graders. One hour a week. No experience necessary. Email Julie@PartnersinLiteracy.org or call 303-316-3944 ext 241
Reading Partners works with school districts to provide one-on-one tutors in school-based reading centers. The program is looking for passionate community volunteers to work in one of 9 schools in Denver Public Schools. Volunteer tutors implement literacy intervention skills with Reading Partners’ easy-to-use curriculum. No previous tutoring or teaching experience is required, and the commitment can be as little as one hour per week. Please sign up at http://info.readingpartners.org/volunteer-in-colorado or call 720-369-7269 for more information.
Year-round volunteers needed to read with students/assist in office. 303.381.3738, www.summerscholars.org
Seeks adults 55+ with lower incomes who love working with kids and can give 15/more hours/week. Small stipend given; transportation reimbursed.303.297.0408 (Naomi Taggart). www.voacolorado.org
For kids summer camps and classes, check our Summer Camp Guide and our Guide to Music and Art Teachers at FrontPorchStapleton.com
Programs for kids/teens. 303.778.6990, www.ASLD.org
Drama classes ages 4 and up. Lisa Mumpton: 303.739.1573, www.aurorafox.org
Dolls and Toys Workshops- Museum adm.: $6/adults, $4/kids 5-16/under 5 free. 1880 Gaylord St. See website for current workshops. www.dmmdt.org
Variety of programs for kids grades K-5. www.jcc.org
Classes for dancers all ages/skill levels: modern, ballet, jazz, tap, repertory, hip hop. 9900 E. Colfax Ave, Aurora. Schedule/performance info: www.kimrobardsdance.org
Ages newborn-6 years. Learn Spanish in interactive parent/tot classes. email@example.com, www.musiclingua.com
Private and group instruction, piano, voice, guitar, ukulele, mandolin, violin and drums. Ages 3 and up. Skye Barker Maa. 720.353.6622, www.neighborhoodmusicstapleton.com
Variety of sewing classes for kids ages 6 and older, including adults. www.sewcreativestapleton.com
Kid/adult classes, workshops, camps, etc. www.solvidadance.com
Art classes in Stapleton. www.sparkitdenver.com
Spring and summer program registration now open: tennis, golf, cheer and dance; baseball: skills and league. www.stapletonallsports.com
Art classes. Startartkids.com
Classes ages 4 and up. Adult evening classes also. 6100 E 23rd Ave, Park Hill. www.artgaragedenver.com
Embracing Horses. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.theurbanfarm.org
Weekly themed day camps, sports camps and leadership camps for kids ages 4 and up. over 20 metro locations. www.denverymca/summer
Space: the Summer Frontier 6/23-7/3 and Lets Build Stuff 7/7/-7/18. Camps held at Swigert, 8:30-11:30. $25/session email@example.com
3rd Tuesday, 8am. 7350 E. 29th Ave. 3rd floor. firstname.lastname@example.org
First Tuesday, 8:30-10am, 303-955-0861, Aaron.Ktafoya@farmersagency.com
1st Wednesday. 12-1pm. Brown bad or group order for lunch. www.meetup.com/Stapleton-Home-Business-Network/
Every Wednesday, 8-11am. Bluff Lake Nature Center. 303.945.6717 blufflake.org
9 AM to 12 Noon. Contact Caroline Fry, Sand Creek Regional Greenway. CFry@Sandcreekgreenway.org or Lucia Correll Lcorrell@dotnet.net for place each month.
Supporting women’s educational opportunities. 2nd Thursday, 7pm. email@example.com
Every Tuesday, 7:30am. Central Park Recreation Center, Multipurpose Room B, 9651 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Bill Rawlsky firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Saturday, 8am. Bluff Lake Nature Center. 303.945.6717 blufflake.org
Every 3rd Thursday at St. Luke’s Church, 13th & Quebec. 10am-12pm. All are welcome. email@example.com.
3rd Thursday, 6pm. 200 Quebec. www.cycleton.com 303.367.0093
To join the Denver chapter fill out contact form at www.denverchapterdar.org/contact.html.
2nd & 3rd Wednesday 12-1pm at the COPIC Insurance Company Building, 7351 E. Lowry Blvd., Denver CO 80230.
To join invite list or host a party e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Tuesday, 8:30am. 7350 E 29th Ave, 2nd Fl. Lcorrell@dotnet.net
4th Thursday, 7:30-9am. 7350 E. 29th Ave., 2nd fl. 303.393.7700
3rd Tuesday, 7:30pm. Central Park Rec Center, 9651 MLK Blvd. email@example.com
1st, 3rd and 5th Fridays of month–Mom Time at Montview. Mothers learn/support each other. Sessions on parenting, life balance, self-care. Breakfast/childcare provided. Montview Presbyterian Church, 1980 Dahlia. Rm. 305. 9:15-11:15am. firstname.lastname@example.org; Anna.A.Clark@gmail.com www.montviewmomtime.wordpress.com;
Every Tuesday, 7:30pm. 7350 E. 29th Ave, 3rd floor. 303-912-7075
Every Tuesday, 6pm. St Thomas Episcopal Church, 22nd and Dexter. Shirley 303.726.2998
4th Tuesday, 7:30-9pm. Montview Presby. Church, Gallery Room. AISCTC.org 303-232-6302
2nd Wednesday, 7pm. Montview Presby. Church, Robinson Conference Room. 303-960-6964
2nd Saturday, 10:15_11:45am. Dist. 2 Police Station, 3821 Holly St. 303-329-0619
Every Monday 7:00 pm, @ Hangar 61 8700 E 21st Ave Denver CO 80238 Mary 720-291-9065 or Mike 303-325-6650
4th Saturday, 9:30am. Boys & Girls Club, 3333 Holly www.parkinsonrockies.org