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When the Tesoro Cultural Center’s 13th Annual Indian Market and Powwow opens on May 18 and 19 at The Fort, local potter Padponee of Elizabeth, who … more
Students, teachers and local schools are recipients of grants totaling $6,000 from the Stars 4 Douglas County organization. Funds were raised for … more
Chatfield State Park, Red Rocks, Trailmark, Roxborough State Park, Deer Creek Canyon and Frisco — most near to photographer Andy Marquez’s home … more
The set onstage at Curious Theatre for “God of Carnage” speaks to the entering audience of sophisticated refinement in the Novak home. A bouquet … more
O’Neill goes ape “The Hairy Ape,” by Eugene O’Neill (1922) is presented in a new bilingual translation and interpretation by the LIDA Project … more
Terry Meiger will present a program on macro photography for the May 14 meeting of the Englewood Camera Club. The club meets at the Greenwood Village … more
“Give the gift of seeing songbirds up-close as they migrate through the South Platte River corridor” says the invitation from the Audubon Nature … more
A pageant that doesn’t allow makeup for girls under 12, one in which all girls are required to wear age-appropriate clothing, is what pageant … more
Cattle branding, an age-old Western tradition, is a rite of spring. In Highlands Ranch, the community association also uses it as an opportunity to … more
Putting “Love in Action” for the fourth consecutive year, Cherry Hills Community Church members, along with a slew of other area volunteers, … more
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