8th Annual HOOTenanny Owl & Music Festival
This fall season, the Audubon Society of Greater Denver invites you and your family to investigate and celebrate owls, the stealthy nocturnal hunters (a.k.a. ninjas of the night!), at our 8th annual HOOTenanny Owl & Music Festival sponsored by Live Urban Real Estate in Denver. Discover the secret life of owls through owl workshops, night hikes, live owl encounters, crafts, educational activities, and informational displays presented by local non-profit and government organizations.
May 5th – Blood Drive and more at Seven Stones
Second annual blood drive, held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on May 5. Bonfils Blood Center will bring their mobile unit to our grounds. At the same time, we'll be hosting one of our free Time & Togetherness family events honoring Cinco de Mayo. In addition to the amazing empanadas and other food, we'll have music and a special art project celebrating Mexican culture.
Women’s Basketball Summer camps
Do you love Basketball? Are you a fan of the School of Mines? Maybe this program is just what you need! Multiple Women's basket ball camps are available for various levels and skill sets during June and July 2018. Camp Director Brittany Simpson and Assistant Camp Director Ashleigh Ackerman have the coaching background and team mindset to bring your game to the next level.
Library closes for updates
The Roxborough library will be closed Sunday, April 1, through Friday, April 13, for remodeling. Several recurring events will be held at different locations, including two storytimes at the fire station.
Watersports Summer Camp at Chatfield
Join us for a week long watersports adventure. Kids will experience sailing, paddle boarding, and kayaking through fun and interactive games and activities while they explore Roxborough Cove at Chatfield State Park near the Marina.
Dads, daughters dance the night away
Fancy, twirling dresses and dark suits took over the night recently for an evening of dancing, while horse-drawn carriages laid in wait beyond the doors. Roxborough Primary School filled with dancers for the Parent Teacher Involvement Committee’s annual Father Daughter Dance on Friday, Feb. 2. The 11th annual event was geared toward girls in kindergarten through sixth grade and their father figures.
To all our officers
The men and women of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office commonly put themselves in dangerous situations on a daily basis. Our community is safer because of their continued sacrifices.