Feb 18 2010 - 6:00pm
Feb 18 2010 - 9:00pm
“Share Our Future” celebrates the Washington Street Community Center's past, present and future with drinks, hors d'oeuvres and a silent auction. Many donated goods and services will be available for bid and cash donations will be accepted. Plans and drawings of upcoming building improvements will also be available for viewing. The event is free and open to the public.
This event piggybacks onto No Cook Night downstairs in the dining room. $5 all you can eat Mexican Fiesta. Come for dinner, stay for the party!
WSCC is located at 809 South Washington Street in Denver.
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1. WWPNA Board Meeting - 10/7, 6:30 PM
2. West Washington Park Rezoning Public Meeting – 10/8, 6-8PM
3. WWPNA Meeting – Rezoning and Moratorium – 10/15, 7-9PM
4. Monthly Meeting of FANS – 10/7, 6-7PM
5. Volunteer Opportunities at WSSC
1) Zoning - Motions concerning the following initiatives:
2) Zoning Code Task Force Update
3) Update on Denver Design District / Open Space vote
4) Planning for October 8th and October 15th.
5) Date for November Board Meeting
May 12 2007 - 10:00am
May 12 2007 - 4:00pm
9TH ANNUAL EAST
In addition to the home tour, there will be a barbeque, student art show and plant sale at Steele Elementary School. Tickets are $15 each or $20 the day of the show, and can be purchased on-line at Washparkhometour.org after April 1. Tickets may also be purchased from Steele Elementary at 320 Marion Parkway, Coldwell Banker at 101 University Blvd., or the First Bank of Cherry Creek at 1st Ave. and St. Paul. Call 303-744-1717 with questions. The Washington Park Home Tour is sponsored by The Ron Buss Team at Coldwell Banker and FirstBank of Cherry Creek.
Those familiar with the "Committee for Washington Park" will have to adjust your sights a bit. Focused on the park itself, this committee has taken on a more descriptive name: "Friends and Neighbors (FANs) of Washington Park".
Started in January 2006 by Cindy Johnstone, the group is currently composed of residents from East and West Washington Park but is open to anyone who wishes to be a supporter of Washington Park. City Parks employees Britta Herwig and Mike McCown have attended the meetings and receive updates. The group’s purpose is to be stewards of Washington Park and support the park on various levels.
* to support the Park employees in keeping our park beautiful
Some of the work they have done may be seen in the flowers and boathouse projects in May 2006. Future projects include "Putting the Beds to Bed" (Washington Park on Saturday, October 21 at 8:00 a.m.) and the "Rock and Water Garden" historic preservation.
The local chapter of Mothers & More is a wonderful network of resourceful women that will help you find a sense of connection as you balance the roles of woman, mother and professional. Sample a few activities for free before joining ($45/year). ALL MOTHERS WELCOME, and scholarships are available. Contact: Anne Drake 303-744-9438. See a sample calendar & more info at