Events

Free Summer Music and Arts Festival at Civic Green Park

Highlands Ranch announces 2018 lineup for 13th Annual Festival ~ Highlands Ranch, Colorado – Highland’s Ranch annual music and arts festival returns for the 13th consecutive year to Civic Green Park and Amphitheater this June 23 and June 24, 2018.  This free, two-day family event features a variety of music groups, with jazz and swing performances along with […]

Free Concert at the Adams County Fair in Honor of Deputy Heath Gumm

Midland, a recent Academy of Country Music (ACM) award winner, will be heading to the Adams County Fair, United Power Grandstand, 9755 Henderson Rd., Brighton, onWednesday, Aug. 1, 8 p.m., for a free concert featuring songs from their latest album, “On the Rocks.” Download your free ticket at adamscountyfair.com – four tickets per individual may be downloaded at […]

Free Conference For Active Adults Features Keynote Rabbi Naomi Levy

DENVER, CO – Kavod Senior Life is excited to announce its fifth annual event called “L’Chaim! A Conference & Resource Day For Boomers and Beyond.” Held on Sunday, June 10 at Temple Emanuel (51 Grape Street, Denver), the keynote speaker will be Rabbi Naomi Levy, founder of Nashuva (a spiritual community in Los Angeles) and […]

Mental Health Partners To Host Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy Workshop

Workshop is 2nd in 4-part series led by respected psychologist specializing in spirituality ~ Mental Health Partners (MHP) will host the 2nd in a 4-part workshop series focusing on spiritually integrated psychotherapy. The series: Sacred Matters: Integrating Spirituality into Mental Health Care and Mental Health Care into Faith Communities, will be led by Dr. Ken Pargament, […]

ZEE JLF Celebrates World Literature in Boulder

4th-annual ZEE JLF at Boulder, Colorado takes place September 21-23, 2018 ~ BOULDER, Colo.  – The fourth edition of the ZEE JLF at Boulder will bring leading authors from around the world to host live discussions of today’s most important topics. ZEE JLF at Boulder celebrates diversity, words and ideas as authors and the community […]

One of largest ovarian cancer runs/walks in the country is scheduled for June 9

Still Going Strong: 48 Years After her First Cancer Diagnosis, Survivor Inspires Others at Jodi’s Race for Awareness DENVER, Colo. – At age 75, Joan Shrimpton has been dealing with cancer for well more than half her life. Fortunately for Shrimpton and others battling gynecologic cancers, the support available to them has improved vastly during […]

Estes Park Rotary Duck Race Festival set for May 5

It’s time to shake your tail feathers and make plans to attend the 2018 Estes Park Rotary Duck Race Festival. Set for Saturday, May 5, this year’s race will feature expanded activities for the whole family. In addition to the race of thousands of “adopted” yellow plastic ducks in the Fall River, the event will […]

Pedaling 4 Parkinson’s — June 16

Spring is here, which means it’s bicycling season in Colorado. On Saturday, June 16, hundreds of cyclists and their supporters will gather in Lone Tree’s Sweetwater Park for the ninth annual Pedaling 4 Parkinson’s charity ride and expo. “P4P” gives 100% of the money raised to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, and […]

The Tech Trek Comes to Salute to Creative Aging May 12

~ By Eileen Doherty, MS ~ DENVER, CO – Smart phones, smart cars, smart TVs, robots to clean your kitchen. Technology is taking over America. And then there are remote locking doors, security cameras for safety, GPS systems to track our location. And now there is the cat that purrs, turns over and asks you […]

Dumb Friends League Furry Scurry Returns to Wash Park May 5

Nation’s Single Largest Dog Walk Celebrates 25 Years DENVER, Colo. – Be part of the nation’s single largest dog walk and a Denver tradition by participating in the 25th annual Dumb Friends League Furry Scurry Saturday, May 5. The event takes place at Denver’s Washington Park and raises money to help the Dumb Friends League […]

Become a Contestant for the 2018 Ms. Colorado Senior America

Time is Running out – Make a New Year’s Resolution to Become a Contestant in the 2018 Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant ~ It’s a new year and time to create a new YOU! If you are 60 years of age or older and you feel you need a new lease on life or a […]

Outspoken Speaker Series

Queer Voices – Sharing Our Stories ~ Tivoli Student Union Multicultural Lounge on the Auroria Campus. Reserve Free Tickets: glbtcolorado.org Adrienne Norris Artist, “Women Behaving Badly” March 8 • 7pm Denver-based artist Adrienne Norris showcases pioneering female role models in her continuing series “Women Behaving Badly”. She combines watercolor paintings with newspaper clippings and old photos to create […]

“DEAD SEA SCROLLS” COMING TO DENVER

Tickets on sale now for world-renowned exhibition, opening at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science on March 16 DENVER – Tickets are on sale for “Dead Sea Scrolls,” the exhibition that has captivated millions around the world, which opens at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science on March 16. The presenting sponsor is […]

The Sandhill Cranes and Monte Vista Crane Festival Return!

Monte Vista, CO – Thousands of Sandhill Cranes will soon be descending upon the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge in Colorado’s scenic San Luis Valley. To celebrate the crane’s return, the 35th annual Monte Vista Crane Festival will be held March 9 – 11, 2018. It’s the oldest birding festival in Colorado and one of […]

Saturday January 6, 2018. Heritage Fine Arts Guild presents “Abstracted Realism”

LITTLETON, CO—The Heritage Fine Arts Guild of Arapahoe County presents “Abstracted Realism” – a one-day workshop by popular Denver artist and teacher Victoria Kwasinski. Victoria Kwasinski attended Colorado Institute of Art and went on to receive her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design where she graduated class valedictorian.  […]