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Public Open House
Tuesday, May 30th
5PM to 7PM
City Park Pavilion
1700 N. York Street
Project: City Park Master Plan Update
Purpose: Join Denver Parks & Recreation and Historic Denver at City Park Pavilion to learn about the master plan update, discuss what makes City Park “the people’s park” and share your ideas for this planning process!
For more information, visit www.denvergov.org/parkprojects or contact Kelly Ream | Project Manager 720.913.0671 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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The City Park Ice Cream Soctal kicks off the season for the Denver Municipal Band with a concert, entertainers, free ice cream, and free face painting.
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We are happy to announce that Phil Goodstein, independent historian, renowned speaker and one who knows where all of the bodies are buried….. will be our featured speaker at CPFAN’s June meeting.
Well known Denver historian and prolific author, Phil Goodstein will talk about where Denver is headed.
The city is in a crazy building boom. Vintage buildings fall victim to development as developers and the media tout trendy new builds in LoDo, RiNo, Hi-Lo, and more.I 70 expansion compounds environmental and social injustice.
What’s going on? How does development impact Denver residents? How does the city’s history affect current development decisions? What part does Denver’s energy economy and its boom-and-bust cycles play? How does Denver’s sports fixation affect its future?
JOIN us on Saturday, June 10, from 2 -4 for a backyard barbecue and support the effort of the neighbors of Globevllle , Swansea and Elyria to stop the expansion of inner city Highway I 70.
ANY DONATION IS WELCOME. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Please join the Sierra Club Foundation, Unite North Metro Denver, the Cross Community Coalition and our generous hosts and sponsors listed below for a fundraiser for our ongoing fight against the I-70 Central Expansion. Learn the latest updates about lawsuits and other actions fighting the proposed expansion through the Globeville, Swansea and Elyria neighborhoods.
It’s Not Too Late to Ditch the Ditch!
These communities are in the most heavily polluted zip code in the United States. No other populated area in the country carries as high an environmental risk. Childhood asthma rates are 40% higher and congestive heart disease is 70% greater than in other Denver neighborhoods. The environmental and social injustice will continue unless we continue!
Your donation at any level is very much appreciated. To give at a higher level and be recognized for your gift at the event, the following sponsorships are available. In addition, an anonymous donor has agreed to match all donations up to a total of $15,000.
Host – $500
Jake Jakubowski, Ed and Alice Harris
Sponsor – $250
Co-Sponsor – $100
Bettie Cram & Peggy Abeyta
Refreshments will be served. A short program of information about the project will begin at 3:00 pm
If you cannot make our event, you may always make a tax-deductible donation online at the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club at: https://sierra.secure.force.com/donate/rc_connect__campaign_designform?id=70131000001Lqmt&_ga=2.5381754.8375557.1493871983-14532696.1493337289#!form=00P3100000UILq7EAH
Simply cut and paste the link into your browser.
photo credit: Steve Kinney