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The Club’s annual summer picnic will be held at the Allen House Pavilion (64th and Quail) on Wednesday, July 15, from 4 to 8 p.m. more
Spend Saturday, July 25, celebrating craft beer and barbecue in a big way at the first-ever Arvada On Tap festival. more
If you have had the opportunity to travel near I-70 and Kipling over the past couple of months, you may have seen the home of a Grizzly Bear. Once you step inside, you will realize that you have arrived at Grizzly Creek Custom Framing at 4910 Iris St. more
Michael Selden, who's middle grade novel "The Boy Who Ran" won the 2014 IPPY gold medal for Juvenile fiction has released his second book, a young adult science fiction novel set in a dystopian future, called "The Balance" more
Nicole Ozols, a Senior at Heritage High School of Littleton has been nominated to attend the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Boston, MA on June 28-30. more
The prestigious American Diabetes Association Education Recognition Certificate for a quality diabetes self-management education program was recently awarded to the New West Physicians’ Diabetes and Nutrition Center program. more
Dignity Memorial and Olinger igland Mortuary and Cemetery welcomes returning Funeral Director David Heckel back to Denver in the role of Family Service Counselor. In this role, Mr. Heckel will be helping families avoid last minute funeral arrangements by offering advanced planning services. more
Douglas County Singers, Non-Profit Community Choirs for Children, is holding it's second annual Summer Singing Splash for kids in grades 1-6 from July 13-17. For info and to register online, go to www.douglascountysingers.com. more
Arvada’s community events are great ways to explore the city, experience something new, and connect with family, friends and neighbors. more
As summer approaches so does the question, “What are my kids going to do for fun?” more
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