33 hours ago

Sloan's Lake Neighborhood Association welcome...

Sloan's Lake Neighborhood Association welcomes both new and old West Colfax and Sloan's Lake residents who are concerned about quality of life issues: traffic, adequate parks and open space, maintenance and improvements for Sloan's Lake Park and contextual zoning. The following article is primarily about the drastic changes that have occurred in our neighborhood over the past several years.

    The scraping of Denver: bye-bye bungalows; hello townhomes, duplexes and mansions (depending on neighborhood) - BusinessDen
    On one stretch of West 13 th Street a block south of West Colfax Avenue, every street for 10 blocks has had at least one lot scraped and developed in the last three years. That puts the West Colfax neighborhood, where rows of townhomes are replacing 100-year-old bungalows, near the top for scrapes competing with hot spots in Sunnyside and East Wash Park.
    https://businessden.com

2 days ago

Although we had advocated for and been involv...

Although we had advocated for and been involved in the planning of the Sloan’s Lake Soft Surface Trail (Running Trail), it has come to the attention of SLNA that the preferred alignment of of the Trail will require cutting down more than 40 mature trees from the canopy along 17th Avenue. It is our understanding that Parks and Recreation proposed doing the same thing, cutting down trees at Washington Park, before the neighborhood rejected their plan and required them to come up with a more creative design. SLNA will be addressing the issue of the removal of these trees and alternatives at an August 16 meeting.

    Sloan's Lake Neighborhood Association
    Although we had advocated for and been involved in the planning of the Sloan's Lake Soft Surface Trail (Running Trail), it has come to the attention of SLNA that the preferred alignment of of the...
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2 days ago

UPDATE ON SLOAN'S LAKE SOFT SURFACE TRAIL; RE...

UPDATE ON SLOAN'S LAKE SOFT SURFACE TRAIL; REMOVAL OF 40 TREES We have been advised that there has been an update to the plan currently on the Parks & Recreation Website and shown below. The new and current plan does NOT call for the removal of ANY trees from the Park. SLNA has requested that a new updated plan be posted on the Website and still plans on having a Parks & Recreation representative present at the August 16 SLNA meeting to address the final plan for the Trail and address concerns about the safety of the trees during construction. Although we had advocated for and been involved in the planning of the Sloan’s Lake Soft Surface Trail (Running Trail), it has come to the attention of SLNA that the preferred alignment of of the Trail will require cutting down more than 40 mature trees from the canopy along 17th Avenue. It is our understanding that Parks and Recreation proposed doing the same thing, cutting down trees at Washington Park, before the neighborhood rejected their plan and required them to come up with a more creative design. SLNA will be addressing the issue of the removal of these trees and alternatives at an August 16 meeting.

    Sloan's Lake Neighborhood Association
    Although we had advocated for and been involved in the planning of the Sloan's Lake Soft Surface Trail (Running Trail), it has come to the attention of SLNA that the preferred alignment of of the...
    https://www.facebook.com

4 days ago

Jun 20

25 Unique Things to do in Denver this Weekend

Where: 4460 W 29th Ave., Denver 

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Where: Mile High Blues, 3550 Federal Blvd, Denver 

Where: The Source Hotel and Market Hall, 3330 Brighton Blvd., Denver 

Where: ROLL, 1399 35th St., Denver 

Where: Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St., Denver 

Where: LFX Filmworks, 1701 31st St., Denver 

Where: Hi-Dive Denver, 7 S Broadway, Denver 

Where: Fort Greene Bar, 321 E 45th Ave., Denver 

Where: BE A GOOD PERSON, 2830 Larimer St., Denver 

Where: Ophelia’s, 1215 20th St., Denver 

Where: Ralston Park, W 64th Ave. and Simms St., Arvada

Where: Fox Street Compound, 725 W 39th Ave., Denver 

Where: Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey, 200 S Kalamath St., Denver 

Where: Sakura Square, 1905 Lawrence St., Denver

Where: Confluence Park, 2250 15th St., Denver 

Where: Denver Zoo, 2300 Steele St., Denver

Where: Elitch Gardens, 2000 Elitch Cir., Denver 

Where: Syntax Physic Opera, 554 S Broadway, Denver 

Where: Highland Tap & Burger, 2219 W 32nd Ave., Denver

Where: REI (Denver), 1416 Platte St., Denver 

    25 Unique Things to do in Denver this Weekend
    The sun has almost set on June but Denver has some great events to keep it light. Kick off your weekend by learning about oceanic animals at Science Lounge and end it by visiting the zoo at the Denver Zoo Field Trip.
    https://303magazine.com

Jun 20

Jun 18

Denver Taco Festival and 18 Other Food & Drink Events this Week

Where: 4460 W 29th Ave. — Denver 

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Where: Rackhouse Pub — 2875 Blake St., Denver 

Where: Denver Milk Market — 1800 Wazee St., Suite 100, Denver  

Where: Avanti F&B, a collective eatery — 3200 Pecos St., Denver 

Where: Skyline Beer Garden — 1601 Arapahoe St., Denver

Where: Comal Heritage Food Incubator — 3455 Ringsby Ct. #105, Denver 

Where: Adelitas Cocina y Cantina — 1294 S Broadway, Denver 

Where: LOW Country Kitchen – LoHi Denver — 1575 Boulder St. Ste A, Denver 

Where: The Source Hotel and Market Hall — 3330 Brighton Blvd., Denver 

Where: Hi-Dive Denver — 7 S Broadway, Denver 

Where: Renegade Brewing Company — 925 W 9th Ave., Denver 

Where: Fox Street Compound — 725 W 39th Ave., Denver 

Where: Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey — 200 S Kalamath St., Denver 

Where: Tivoli Brewing Co. — 900 Auraria Pkwy. Ste 240, Denver 

Where: Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery — 1139 20th St., Denver 

Where: Denver Zoo — 2300 Steele St., Denver

Where: Spangalang Brewery, 2736 Welton St., Denver 

Where: Cervecería Colorado, 1635 Platte St., Denver 

Where: The Infinite Monkey Theorem, 3200 Larimer St., Denver

    Denver Taco Festival and 18 Other Food & Drink Events this Week
    June is nearing the end and Denver has some cool events to keep your month going. Start off your week by digging into brunch at the Hair of the Pride Recovery Brunch and end it by taking a trip to ...
    https://303magazine.com

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Jun 04

The Six Best Events on the Culinary Calendar This Week

...their hands in despair and flounced off in a huff? The Inventing Room Dessert Shop, 4431 West 29th Avenue, is here for the assist. Every Wednesday during June, starting Wednesday, June 6, Ian Kleinman...

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...how to make mojitos at Mile High Spirits on Tuesday, June 5. The distillery at 2201 Lawrence Street is teaching a class on rum cocktails from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m...

Nocturne, at 1330 27th Street, put the "supper" in "supper club" from the moment it opened in 2015. Its Renditions...

...of harried working moms and feckless dads the world ’round. On Thursday, June 7, Snooze, 1701 Wynkoop Street, is staying open late to offer pancakes for dinner to early birds, night owls, athletes...

...RiNo" summer movie series. Starting at 6 p.m., LFX Filmworks and Events Space at 1701 31st Street will open its doors to humans and goats alike for a screening of But I...

...Eat Serve: Wings & Whiskey. What can we say? People love the bird. Ace Eat Serve, 501 East 17th Avenue, is hosting the event for the fifth year, and after last year's sellout bash...

...on Thursday, June 28. This year, the fiesta is moving from RiNo to Stanley Marketplace, 2501 Dallas Street in Aurora, where unlimited tacos, booze and parking await attendees (okay, the parking won't...

May 25

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