Denver Metro Area Events

April 6, 2022

Colorado Rockies Opening Day Friday 4/8/22


You know spring is here when the Colorado Rockies begin their season!  (and it didn't almost get there!)   The Colorado Rockies Opening Day is this Friday, and time to get ready for a summer of baseball games.


Opening Day at Coors Field is April 8th ...

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Dec. 23, 2021

GO GREEN - Recyle Your Christmas Tree

Here are the drop-off locations around the City - REMEMBER to remove all nails, decorations, and stands prior to drop-off!

Aurora - 

12/27-1/10/22 residents may drop off real Christmas trees anytime at -

Del Mar Park - 12000 E. 6th Ave.

Olympic Park - 15501 E. Yale Ave.

Saddle Rock Golf ...

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Dec. 6, 2021

E-470 has Decreased the Toll Rates

E-470 Board of Directors approved a toll rate reduction to begin in 2022.


2020 had fewer cars traveling this highway, 2021 saw a significant return of traffic, and with the ongoing pandemic, it was voted unanimously to approve a new toll rate policy and lower rates at all mainline ...

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Oct. 2, 2021

Things to do in Denver - Pumpkin Harvest Festival


It's Fall, and it's time for PUMPKINS!    Come and enjoy the Pumpkin Harvest Festival at 4 Mile Historic Park.     Bring the family, friends, and neighbors - FREE ENTRY!


  • Find the perfect pumpkin in the patch
  • Create a Scarecrow - SOLD OUT
  • Ax throwing
  • S'Mores Station ...
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Sept. 4, 2021

Labor Day in Denver - Cherry Creek Arts Festival

If you stayed in town for this Holiday, there is a lot to do!   You could go to the Taste of Colorado in downtown Denver, OR you could attend the 30th Anniversary of the Cherry Creek Arts Festival.

There will be over 200 national and international artists on display ...

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July 9, 2021

The 2021 All-Star Baseball Event Schedule - Denver


Having the All-Star Baseball game here in Denver, there are many events you can enjoy leading up to this big game!  The big game will begin on Tuesday July 13th at 5:30 pm. at Coors Field.


Thursday - July 8th

 MLB Pitch Hit & Run and ...

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June 27, 2020

More Information on Lightning Strikes in Colorado


It is that time of year once again where we see afternoon storms pass over Denver almost every afternoon.   Some areas are spared, some are hit hard with rain and/or hail.   Yesterday there were even tornado warnings around Colorado Springs.


Lightning was plentiful, even if ...

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April 21, 2020

Denver will Start Opening Up - Slowly....


Update:We are hearing that the "stay at home" order may be extended until 5/8/2020, and should find out today (4/24 or over the weekend).

Our latest Stay at Home Order was through 4/26, and I truly thought it would be extended, but our Governor ...

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Jan. 3, 2019

2019 Postage Stamp Increase


If you do any amount of mailing, and use stamps, you may want to stock up on those forever stamps soon.   Eff. January 27, 2019, the cost of mailing will increase.



I know many REALTORS have stopped doing direct mail, and the very reason I continue ...

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March 22, 2018

Is your Teenager Looking for a Summer Job?


Every county in the Denver metro area has jobs available to teenagers for the summer.   Never too early to apply now, versus waiting until the day before school lets out for the summer.


Check the county's web site where you live under Work Force Center, and ...

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