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arvada high school (9-12)
7951 west 65th avenue
arvada, CO 80004
place1.88 miles from neighborhood
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secrest elementary school (pk-6)
6875 west 64th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place1.26 miles from neighborhood
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swanson elementary school (pk-6)
6055 west 68th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place1.02 miles from neighborhood
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406 total students
tennyson knolls elementary school (pk-5)
6330 tennyson street
arvada, CO 80003
place0.36 miles from neighborhood
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westminster high school (9-12)
6933 raleigh street
westminster, CO 80030
place1.00 miles from neighborhood
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shrine of st anne school (k-8)
7320 grant place
arvada, CO 80002
place1.70 miles from neighborhood
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353 total students
hidden lake high school (9-12)
7300 lowell boulevard
westminster, CO 80030
place1.50 miles from neighborhood
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ricardo flores magon academy (k-8)
5301 lowell boulevard
denver, CO 80221
place1.44 miles from neighborhood
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327 total students
early college high school at arvada (6-12)
4905 west 60th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place0.34 miles from neighborhood
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320 total students
josephine hodgkins elementary school (pk-5)
3475 west 67th avenue
denver, CO 80221
place1.09 miles from neighborhood
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two roads charter school (pk-12)
6980 pierce street
arvada, CO 80003
place1.41 miles from neighborhood
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626 total students
colorado stem academy (k-8)
7281 irving street
westminster, CO 80030
place1.55 miles from neighborhood
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385 total students

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Evening of Angular 2019
StartJan 17
EndJan 17
(Times subject to change) An Evening of Angular is back with a bang!  Space is very limited, and these tickets will go fast. Don't wait until the last minute! Rocky Mountain Angular and BrieBug are bringing An Evening of Angular back to Denver on January 17, 2019! This event will be held at the Alamo Drafthouse, a cool full-service movie theater located in the Sloan's Lake neighborhood of Denver, CO. This year: more speakers + more topics = more value! The speaker lineup this year includes 5 of the top Angular developers in the country (all designated Google Developer Experts (GDE) -- we're not joking around -- this is a legit group of developers right here), as well as a couple of Angular developers from right here in Colorado (also legit). ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Speakers and topics include: Bonnie Brennan, GDE, ngHouston, CodeBridge | TOPIC: Angular Performance Anti-Patterns Sam Brennan, @thelittlestdev, CodeBridge | TOPIC: TBD Brandon Roberts, GDE, Angular Team, NgRx Core Team | TOPIC: Demystifying NgRx (with Mike Ryan) Mike Ryan, GDE, NgRx Core Team | TOPIC: Demystifying NgRx (with Brandon Roberts) Kim Maida, GDE, Manager, Community & Technical Content Auth0 | TOPIC: Components: Life Beyond Init and Destroy Lukas Ruebbelke, GDE, OneHungryMind.com | TOPIC: NgRx, Thin Components, and the Twilight Zone Matt Vaughn, BuildMotion.com, Angularlicio.us  | TOPIC: Angular Workspace :: The Good Stuff Hudson Baker, Local Full Stack Developer | TOPIC: TBD As in the past, all net proceeds from this event will be donated to a local tech nonprofit. A HUGE THANK-YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: BrieBug Return Path Thinkster ----------------------------------------------------------------- FAQs Q: What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? The Alamo Drafthouse is located on W Colfax, along the RTD bus route. There is a parking lot behind the venue, as well as a parking garage located directly north of the theater. Directions and more parking info can be found here. Q: What do I do, and where do I go, when I get to the theater? When you walk through the front doors, head to the movie ticket counter, and tell the staff at the counter that you are there for Evening of Angular. Then take a right and proceed down the hall. We will be on the lefthand side, just past the restrooms. There will be signage and RMA members checking everyone in. Q: Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? You may bring a printed ticket, or use the e-ticket on the Eventbrite app on your smart phone or tablet. We will scan the QR code to check you in to the event. Q: Is there going to be food? There will be appetizers out on the stage at the beginning of the event, and are included in your ticket price. It will be cleaned up aproximately 15 minutes before the opening remarks at 4:50 p.m. There will be food and drink service available throughout the event (not included in your ticket). You can learn about how that works here. Q: What about drinks? When we scan your ticket at the check-in table outside our theater, you will be handed a drink ticket. The drink ticket can be used for 1 beer or wine (not cocktails or spirits). Q: Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Your ticket is transferrable. You can edit the registration information in your Eventbrite account. Q: Will Jesse Sanders be presenting in costume? You'll have to show up to find out. Q: How can I contact the organizer with any questions? You can email jessica.arbar@briebug.com with any questions.
ProCO360 Live Audience Podcast at Boa Technology
StartJan 17
EndJan 17
ProCO360's mission is to feature world-class entrepreneurs who could be successful anywhere, and choose Colorado (TM).  Join host Dave Tabor and other ProCO360 podcast listeners at this special event.  Enjoy refreshments hosted by Boa Technology, and a tour of its new headquarters including a look into the R&D facilities where its world-famous performance fit system is created.   Thanks to ProCO360 Sponsors!
COWA Holiday Party
StartJan 17
EndJan 17
Ring in the New Year with the Colorado Wireless Association! The event will include a buffet style meal, Wine Pull game, and a great opportunity for networking!Individual tickets to the event can be purchased online for $50 or at the door for $60 each.  Winter Clothing Drive – We will be collecting winter clothes for donation to a local homeless shelter. Attendees are highly encouraged to bring any of the following items (new or used in good condition): Coats for adults or children, all sizes Hats, scarves, earmuffs Gloves, mittens Blankets Wine Pull Game – Participating partygoers select a numbered cork at random and win the corresponding numbered bottle. You can win bottles ranging in price from $15 to $100+. Test your luck in the New Year and give our fun game a go – everyone is a guaranteed winner! 
TAB Focused Directions New Year's Party
StartJan 17
EndJan 17
The old year is passing ... the new year is coming. Join us to welcome 2019 and all the successes it will bring! Please join us for drinks and Hors-d'oeuvres and bring your spouse or partner. Celebrate the New Year with TAB members and other business owners. 2018 was a great year and we are looking forward to partnering with you for a prosperous 2019! TAB Focused Directions - Steve Drury, Laura Drury, Larry Rowland and Susan LeTerneau
Galvanize Denver Web Development Immersive Capstone Showcase - g99
StartJan 17
EndJan 17
Web Development Capstone Showcase – Thursday, January 17 Meet the graduates of Galvanize's Web Development Immersive program in Denver! We selected our candidates for quantitative ability and background, programming experience, business acumen, and communication skills.  They're bridging impressive backgrounds with 24 weeks of hands-on, project-based web development training. Each student spends two weeks at the end of the program on a self-directed project. They build full stack web applications, and the Capstone Showcase gives graduates the chance to demonstrate their creativity and technical expertise.  Join us for this exciting, action-packed evening! We'll start the event with drinks and networking and a project preview, science style, where you can chat with students one-on-one. Oral presentations start at 6:15.   Schedule 6:00pm - Happy Hour/Networking, 4th Floor Atrium 6:15pm - Welcome and Opening Statements, 4th Floor Atrium 6:30pm - Presentations Start, 4th Floor Atrium ***Please bring your ID if you wish to receive drink tickets for the event.*** FAQ: There is paid parking in the garage just to the south of the Galvanize building, and also at REI on Platte south of 15th Street. Please do not park in the lot next to Denver Beer Company. When you arrive, please enter through the main doors on Platte Street and use the elevators to proceed to the 4th Floor Atrium.  Please feel free to contact our Program Director at jess.k@galvanize.com with any additional questions. Thank you!
J-Calvin
StartJan 17
EndJan 18
J-Calvin at Larimer Lounge with Other Black and McKnight - Thursday, January 17
Thrive in the Value-based World: Financial Keys to Succeed
StartJan 18
EndJan 18
Join MGMA for real stories and real solutions to value-based care: panel of experts, including MGMA consultants! Our panel of experts include: Pam Ballou-Nelson (MGMA) - https://www.mgma.com/consulting Doral Jacobsen (MGMA/ Prosper Beyond) - https://www.prosperbeyond.com/  Jonathan Bradley (Ironwood Health) https://www.ironwoodhealth.com/ Scott Haas (USI Insurance Services) www.usicg.com | www.usi.com Angie Buckley (Cliexa) https://www.cliexa.com/ - Moderator This panel will help you discover how to thrive in the world of value-based care: Define “value” and learn how value-based care is different from traditional fee-for-service models Explore the different models of value-based care Discuss the impact value-based care has on the real cost of healthcare Understand, through real-life examples and best practices, how this care delivery model can be successful Learn how to measure the impact and effectiveness of value-based initiatives Save the date and we will see you on January 18th!  Refreshments and light snacks to be served! Need more info? Please contact consulting@mgma.com.
Fridays Uncorked - Live Music featuring Dotsero Trio
StartJan 18
EndJan 18
Yes, you read that right. Dotsero  is coming to the northside.  No Cover with food and wine available for purchase. Happy Hour from 4p-6p with $5 tap wine and apps. Friday, January 18th, 6:30p-9:30p Band: Dotsero Trio Food: Uncle Paulie's Italian Sausage
Young Living Live Your Passion Rally & Marketplace
StartJan 19
EndJan 19
Why just Rally when you can SHOP!!!! Join us for the first annual Colorado Live your Passion Rally AND Marketplace!!! Not only will you receive the education that you know and love but you can shop at over 20 vendors that are ALL Young Living based! That's right! Each of our vendors is also a YL Distributor so you will support our YL Family with your purchases! Speaking of support, 100% of the profits from your ticket sales will go to the Young Living Foundation and there will be lots of opportunities to support it more! Many of our vendors will be running specials to support the YL foundation as well! Let's talk education! Not only will you find awesome speakers during the main event but we will also have workshops and roundtables to get support on the topics that affect your business most! All of this plus a Ningxia Bar, Vitality Snack Bar, Aroma Domes, Aroma Freedom Technique, Foot Detox Baths, Mini Raindrop Treatments, Live Music, Door Prize Drawings every 15 minutes & More! Tickets will sell out FAST so tell your friends!
All You Can Drink Winter Silent Disco
StartJan 19
EndJan 20
Back by popular demand, we are doing an ALL YOU CAN DRINK Winter Silent Disco at Jackson's this January! Now with an even longer open bar, you'll get free drinks from 9:30PM to 12:30AM coupled with your own silent disco headphones, giving you the ability to tune into each of the 3 DJs playing at the same time all night. We've brought together 3 of the Mile High City's top talents to provide the soundtrack for your night, so it's a party you don't want to miss! You can learn more about each of the DJs below: Tanastadi Born and raised in Denver Colorado, now living in Las Vegas. Tanastadi has been Djing now for 14+ years. Starting out as a turn-tablist he pursued the art of scratching, beat juggling & battle routines. The passion didn't stop there, he started getting into the club/rave scene and started producing Mash Ups. After Serato was manufactured, Tanastadi knew he was ready to pursue his dreams of being a club Dj & radio Dj. First appearing on the scene in 2006, and since then, he has been blessed to show his talents in venues all across the U.S. like Colorado, Las Vegas, California, Oklahoma, & many more. This has helped lead Tanastadi into his dream of being a radio DJ. He has been apart of KQKS 107.5 FM since January of 2009. Which gave him the opportunity to be able to perform and collaborate with today’s hottest main-stream artists. Now, having clubs and radio under his belt, he is still not satisfied. Getting deeper into producing beats, mash ups, and mixtapes, he believes there are unlimited ways of being DJ, and unlimited ways he can portray what a DJ is, and with that being said, Dj Tanastadi is determined to set new standards. Queen Beats Queen Beats, reigning from the LED lit hallows of Denver, Colorado, is sure to spark the fire in your heart and get your feet moving. Like most, Queen Beats has found an escape in music and through music, she wants to create an escape for you. Drawing inspiration from classic four on the floor house music and hip hop, Queen Beats has created a sound that's unique to her. A sound that not only caters to the underground electronic music scene that she’s grown to love, but also moves dancefloors of the top clubs all around the nation. 2AR Moving to Las Vegas in 2001, 2AR was immersed in its club scene from the beginning, experienced its growth, and saw it mature to the world-class market it is today. Witnessing the transformation exposed him to a wide variety of music, programming, and top-notch talent. Together, these factors established a strong foundation for his DJ and promoting career. Once he made his move to Denver, he hit the ground running and can be found playing the city’s hotspots. His eclectic taste in music, coupled with the technical ability to mix and move from one genre to the next, 2AR is a versatile open format DJ that is able to play to the crowd that is put in front of him. *Must be 21 years of age or older to attend, all ticket sales are final.
January 20th, 2019 (Morning) Free Concealed Carry Class
StartJan 20
EndJan 20
This course will cover: •Handgun Rules and Etiquette •Colorado CHP Laws •Mindset •How to Choose The Right Gun •Fundamentals of Shooting •Accessing a Firearms •Defensive Shooting •Aftermath •and more Consider donating by clicking the link below or by selecting a donation amount during registration. http://concealedcarryforfree.com/donate/
2018 JDRF Award Celebration at the Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse
StartJan 20
EndJan 20
Celebrate the achievements of Walk, Ride, Challenge, and JDRF Your Way at the 2018 JDRF Award Celebration! Join the fun on Sunday, January 20th from 11:00-12:30 at the Pepsi Center during our annual award luncheon, held prior to the "Cross out T1D Mammoth Lacrosse Game". Enjoy a complementary lunch and celebrate your leadership in the fight against type 1 diabetes! Stick around after the ceremony for the "Cross Out T1D Mammoth Lacrosse Game" where a portion of your ticket price will be donated to JDRF. Tickets can be purchased online. Game starts at 1:00pm. 
Relay Residency Partner Symposium 2019
StartJan 24
EndJan 25
Join the Relay Dean of Residency, Relay faculty members, Relay campus operations leads, and partner school representatives for two days of collaboration, learning, sharing, and development.  Event website: rly.gs/symposium2019 Your registration fee will cover two meals each day, one happy hour, and event swag!
BEST FOR COLORADO : NETWORKING AND INFORMATION BREAKFAST
StartJan 24
EndJan 24
BEST FOR COLORADO NETWORKING & INFORMATION BREAKFAST Please join us for a Best for Colorado networking and information breakfast, organized and hosted by the Alliance Center. The Best for Colorado Challenge is a community-led program and awards campaign to inspire, equip, and celebrate businesses that create higher quality jobs, build stronger communities, and preserve a healthier environment through their business operations, products and/or services. Come and join a community of like-minded individuals at various stages of their corporate social responsibility, willing to share lessons learned and best practice information. Enjoy breakfast and hear directly from business leaders about this powerful program and awards campaign. Where: The Alliance Center, 1536 Wynkoop St, Denver, CO 80202 When: Thursday, January 24 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. During this networking event, attendees will: learn how building a better business will attract and engage employees, and strengthen their bottom-line learn how to set a baseline for their business’ impact, network and learn from peer business owners Learn more about the Best For Colorado program, the free assessment, free resources and ways in which the program can support you in your Corporate social responsibility journey. At this breakfast, attendees will walk away with: An understanding of how to participate in the Best for Colorado program Specific information for how the Best for Colorado program can help you in your corporate social responsibility journey. Opportunities to market your company through Best for Colorado New connections to other like-minded business s leaders For any question, please contact: abehlouli@thealliancecenter.org Can not make it? You can also join the Alliance Center and the students of CU Denver for a workshop to take the Best For Colorado assessment on Tuesday, February 19 at 6:30 pm. To learn more, click here.
2019 Healthcare Panel Event & CEU
StartJan 24
EndJan 24
2019 Healthcare Panel Event & CEU  This collaborative event is sponsored by: Cambria, Kohler, Krug, Mohawk Group, Stinson & Visual Interest Please join us for an evening of appetizers, drinks and collaboration as we hear directly from a panel of healthcare industry leaders to discuss the challenges in designing, planning and working in healthcare spaces.Plan to enjoy a thoughtful and educational discussion on tackling the ever-changing needs in the Healthcare Industry. This event is hosted at the Cambria Showroom, minutes from downtown with free parking available. No cost to attend!   Biophilia CEU by Mohawk | 4:00 – 5:00pm This course discusses Biophilia, “humankind’s innate biological connection with nature” and the theory that as humans we have an inherent need to affiliate with the world around us. The course examines the theory of biophilic design, along with its benefits and the types of effects it creates. It also addresses the 14 Patterns of Biophilic Design and how those patterns are incorporated into products and architectural design. Additionally, the course provides case studies highlighting how biophilic design has an economic and statistical impact on our society. Panel Discussion with special guests | 5:30 - 6:30pm      Moderated by: Rebecca Brennan, CHID, CID, EDAC, IIDA, LEED AP, RID      Principal and Founder of Design Studio Blue Rebecca has been following her creative passion through the practice of healthcare interior design for over 22 years. Her knowledge of and experience with healthcare environments ranges from medical clinics to international acute care medical campuses. Rebecca shares her experience and knowledge by speaking nationally about healthcare design and Integrated Lean Project Deliver. Rebecca has spoken on healthcare design topics at Healthcare Design Conference, LCI Congress, Neocon and NCIDQ. Along with education, skills, and experience, Rebecca is a firm believer in continued growth through certification. Rebecca became a board certified healthcare interior designer through AAHID and has served as President Elect, President, and Past-President of the national certification board. She is a specialist in the areas of evidence-based design, sustainable design, lean project delivery, and healthcare interior design.        Panelist: Lisa Gallun, ASID, CHID, EDAC, IIDA, LEED AP      Founding Principal As Gallun Snow's Design Principal Lisa Gallun is a founding principal of Gallun Snow Associates, Inc., established in 1988. Gallun Snow is a nationally recognized interior design firm, specializing in healthcare design. Their design solutions focus on client vision, evidence-based design, best practices and sustainability. Lisa has worked on over 200 healthcare projects, including remodels, additions and new construction.         Panelist: Chris Knight, LEED AP BD+C      Director at Project One Integrated Services Chris Knight has 19 years of diverse construction management and owner’s representation experience. After obtaining a degree in Construction Management from the University of Florida, Chris moved to Chicago where he worked with Pepper Construction on a multitude of project types ranging from Healthcare open heart surgery suites to full high-rise hotel renovations to distribution warehouse expansions. In 2005, Chris and his family relocated to Denver and worked for Mortenson Construction on multiple highly complex projects across the Front Range.   Chris also worked with Colorado State University’s Construction Management “CM Cares” program to develop future leaders and volunteered with Environmental Learning for Kids which provides safe outdoor learning programs to underprivileged youth. Over the last four years, Chris led the campus expansion for Vail Health’s campus helping to bring Vail Health’s facilities up to the latest standard of care for community healthcare. Chris has been involved in the USGBC’s LEED planning and certification of over 7 campus projects including 17 buildings ranging from vehicle maintenance facilities and dormitories to sports operations facilities and hospitals.        Panelist: Wendi J. Ekborg, AIA, LEED AP      Principal at Davis Partnership Architects Wendi Ekborg is a Principal at Davis Partnership Architects. With 25 years of experience, she has dedicated a majority of her career to healthcare design. Her project experience includes pediatric, medical office buildings, ambulatory, acute care, and behavioral health specialties. Wendi enjoys the journey with the client from facilitating the visioning process to implementation. She integrates lean design practices allowing all stakeholders an opportunity to participate and be heard. Ms. Ekborg stays abreast of current research, best practices and evidence based design to find the best approach for each client's needs. Wendi believes that every patient, family member, and professional is entitled to place in which dignity is held sacred.        Panelist: Jamie Staton      Senior Project Manager at Children's Hospital Jamie Staton is a Senior Project Manager with Children's Hospital, Colorado, where she is managing the 200K SF expansion to the North Campus facility via Integrated Project Delivery. Jamie has spent the past 12 years of her career on the owner side, exploring fresh and innovative approaches to the complexities and challenges inherent in health care design and construction. Prior to this adventure, Jamie kick-started her career space planning and specifying furniture for GSA and healthcare projects. In her "leisure" time Jamie enjoys life, which she describes as "happy chaos", with her husband and their four amazing children!        CEU Presenter: Di Anna Borders      Design Director, Healthcare, Senior Living, Education & Resilient – Mohawk Group As the face for Healthcare, Senior Living and Education, Di Anna is very passionate about the built environments effect on its inhabitants. Her role is to research current segment trends, meet with key A&D and End User influencers and to create a holistic portfolio across multiple product platforms that will serve the market intent. An award-wining product designer, Di Anna has over 15 years’ experience in the building products industry. She attends various shows and conferences to find the latest trends and influences for her segments. Di Anna lives in Dalton, GA, working in Mohawk Group’s Living Building Challenge Certified space, the Light Lab.
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