Saco DeBoer & the Visionaries Who Shaped Our Western Gardening Philosophy

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Artists, Sarah and Josh Palmeri will activate City Park’s Lily Pond

 “COLOR FIELD at the LILY PONDS” PROJECT Denver Arts & Venues has announced their 2019-2020 “P.S. You Are Here” funded projects. These projects are designed to revitalize neighborhoods through collaborative and community-led outdoor experiences. CPFAN is one of the eleven grantees. Our project, “Color Field at the Lily Pond,” (Color Field) was created and will be executed  by Denver artists and City Park enthusiasts, Sarah and Josh Palmeri. The project has also received funding from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Color Field will draw attention to the historic Lily Pond that lies deserted for now southwest of the

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UPCOMING CPFAN EVENTS – GEESE AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

  Scott Gilmore, Deputy Manager of Parks and Recreation, will address wildlife management issues in City Park, particularly the management of the goose population, at the CPFAN December 3 meeting from 6-8 pm at Messiah Community Church, 1750 Colorado Blvd. Gilmore worked for the Colorado Division of Wildlife before working for DPR. He is very knowledgeable. There will be an extensive Question and Answer session to follow his remarks. CPFAN presents Wildlife Management with DPR’s Scott Gilmore Messiah Community Church 1750 Colorado Blvd. Nov. 5, 6-8 pm Free parking behind the church, off 18th Ave. Senior City Planners, Scott Robinson

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How will ECAP effect City Park? Senior City Planner will respond

    Update from CPFAN President, Stephen Eppler View this email in your browser Our Mission: “To actively protect the classical, pastoral character of Denver’s City Park.” Denver’s Senior City Planner, Scott Robinson, will discuss the East Central Area Plan (ECAP) at the City Park Friends and Neighbors (CPFAN) meeting on November 5 from 6-8 pm at Messiah Community Church, 1750 Colorado Blvd. The East Central Planning area includes Capitol Hill, Cheesman Park, Congress Park, City Park and City Park West. An upcoming draft plan will include “summaries of the public input we have received,” according to the ECAP website,

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Letter from the President, Stephen Eppler

The “History of City Park” presentation by Liz Clancy and Kris Haglund at our well attended last meeting on June 11 was wonderful.  The historic photos were particularly interesting as they showed how City Park has evolved into its current form as well as documenting the Park’s long history.  We are planning to post the video of this presentation when editing is complete. The planned sale of the Park Hill Golf Course land to Denver-based developer Westside Investment Partners was the next topic.  Woody Garnsey, a retired attorney, involved with Save Open Space Denver [sosphgc@gmail.com] explained what was known about

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