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September 5, 2017
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The Inside Scoop on September in Stapleton

Happy September!  I just love this time of year – college football is on, everything starts switching over to pumpkin spice and the weather finally finds the 70s.  So wonderful.  There are so many wonderful events in the neighborhood this month, but here are a few selections to get you and your family out and about!

Sunday, September 10
Park Hill Home Tour and Street Fair
www.parkhillhometour.org
This Denver tradition began in 1978 when a local Realtor organized a tour of Park Hill homes to showcase the rich history and diverse architecture of the neighborhood. Over the years, the Home Tour & Street Fair has grown and evolved into a community event that, in addition to featuring beautiful homes and historic landmarks, includes over 100 vendors, food trucks, live entertainment, children’s activities, and a wine & beer garden.

Friday – Saturday, September 15 & 16
StapletOM @ Founders Green in Stapleton
www.stapletom.com
Kids Yoga!  Kids Karate!  Free to enter… local vendors, food and breweries… affordable ticketed classes all day!

Friday – Sunday, September 15 – 17
Cherry Arts Festival @ Stanley Marketplace
cherryartsstanley.org/
National art & local flavor including plenty of family activities, interactive art installations, live entertainment and even an Art Brunch on Sunday!
Produced by the Cherry Creek Arts Festival; proceeds benefit CherryArts, whose 501c3 non-profit mission provides access to art and supports art education year-round.  Free Admission, ticketed events (like the brunch) available here.

Saturday, September 16, 10am – 12pm
Kids Fishing Clinic @ Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge
www.fws.gov/refuge/Rocky_Mountain_Arsenal/
Grab your fishing pole and head to Lake Mary for a hands-on clinic offering tips and tricks for fishing fun! Experienced anglers from Environmental Learning for Kids’ Youth Urban Ranger Program will be on hand to help, and poles will be available for loan. Recommended for ages 6 and up.  Free event, reservations required.  Call 303-289-0930 to reserve!

Saturday, September 23, 11am – 3pm
FarmFest  @ The Urban Farm
theurbanfarm.org
Chicken agility, brats ‘n burgers, bouncy castle, equestrian demonstrations, craft vendors, crafts for kids, hay rides, pick your own salad, make your own pizza, learn about our year-round classes, and so many other fun things to do!  $10-$35/tickets available here.

Saturday, September 30, 12pm – 2pm
Seed Collection @ Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge
www.fws.gov/refuge/Rocky_Mountain_Arsenal/
Help Refuge staff gather flowering shrub seeds to be used in prairie restoration projects throughout the Refuge. These plants provide late season nectar sources for pollinators like bats, birds, bees, and butterflies while they are in the area. Recommended for ages 8 and up.  Free event, reservations required.  Call 303-289-0930 to reserve!

 

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