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Many children, veterans, single parents, retirees and people with mental illnesses or disabilities share the difficulties associated with getting enough food to eat and having a safe place to live. The impact of homelessness and hunger in … more
The Jefferson Political Action Taskforce has drafted a bill called the American Anti-Corruption Act, and citizen groups are working to get it passed. The bill is intended to redefine the meaning of corruption and end the “pay for play” system … more
Bring your apples and a clean jug, then watch as the Wheat Ridge Historical Society’s authentic cider press works its magic. In addition to leaving with freshly made cider, Apple Cider Day guests may enjoy craft demonstrations and buy lunch … more
Protect your identity and personal information by taking part in the Arvada Police Shred-A-Thon. Shredding will be done from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 14 at Arvada High School, 7951 W. 65th Ave., in the north parking lot. Residents and … more
Children and teens who don’t have access to health care can get affordable vaccines, including the flu shot, at a number of Shots for Tots and Teens clinics, including one Saturday, Sept. 30, at the Arvada Safety Fair. The Arvada Fire … more
Denver Beer Co. tapped its new Water Tower Witt Sept. 21 at its Arvada taproom. The beer is an Olde Town Arvada exclusive made in partnership with Arvada Mayor Marc Williams. Water Tower Wit, a traditionally inspired Belgian Wit brewed with lemon … more
Quilt museum free dayA Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) free day will be offered at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, 200 Violet St., Suite 140, in Golden, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. … more
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