Valentine's Day party promotes community

Posted 2/20/18

Community members of all ages gathered at the iconic Highlands Ranch Mansion on Feb. 13 to celebrate Valentine's Day. Young children occupied the dance floor, swirling around with their hands tied to …

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Valentine's Day party promotes community

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Community members of all ages gathered at the iconic Highlands Ranch Mansion on Feb. 13 to celebrate Valentine's Day. Young children occupied the dance floor, swirling around with their hands tied to each other's. Seniors sat at the tables, snacking on treats and laughing.

The Highlands Ranch Metro District hosts the annual event at the mansion, 9950 E Gateway Drive. Activities included free tours of the historical building, music and a variety of informational booths, like the metro district's Active Adult Programs and Services. The department provides resources for older adults, families and caregivers.

Volunteers in red and pink attire were scattered throughout the building. They greeted guests and shared with guests their knowledge of the historic building.

The event promoted community, some said.

“It's important for us to stay connected at all ages,” said Susan Pye, an ambassador for the metro district's senior program.

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