August 2020 Neighborhood News & Events

Kotoske sculpture in Burns Park

Kotoske Sculpture Damaged – by a derecho roared thru Burns Park in June.  READ MORE HERE

Artwork Coming to Cranmer Park – this is a tease with a dollop of background on our city’s public art program. READ MORE HERE

Robinson Park Playground Update – neighborhood activists launch a campaign to raise funding to include additional updates in the playground design.  READ MORE HERE

Steck & Hill News – start of school update from Hilltop resident, Alise Kermisch.  READ MORE HERE

Climate Action Challenge – Hilltop resident takes up the challenge.  READ MORE HERE

Neighborhood Watch Dos and Don’ts – READ MORE HERE

Leetsdale Resurfacing Work – here is the latest update on these nighttime lane closures and roadwork.  READ MORE HERE

Public Review for Streets Design Guideline Parkway & Blvd Updates – lots to unpack here but we need to keep an eye on our parkways and boulevards.  READ MORE HERE

Things. To. Do.

The Art of the Brick – If you can get a ticket to this globe sensation now at the DMNS READ MORE HERE

Live Music on the Patio – Aug 9  Kid-friendly, socially distanced outdoor party at Stanley Marketplace. Bring your dancing shoes and your best mask.  READ MORE HERE

Norman Rockwell: Imagining Freedom – You may be surprised by how much his art resonates today.  At the Denver Museum of Art. READ MORE HERE

Accept the Challenge! – Support the Highline Canal in a self-paced walk, run, scoot, bike, or even a skip!   READ MORE HERE

How To Design a Wildlife Garden – Aug 12  attract a more diverse collection of birds to your backyard.  READ MORE HERE

Hidden Cost of COVID on Women – Aug 18  RISE Collaborative holds a panel discussion exploring the social and economic impacts of the pandemic on working women.  READ MORE HERE

The Electoral College & Democracy – August 20  History Colorado Center presents this virtual discussion of one of the Founding Fathers’ most controversial ideas.   READ MORE HERE

Support Hilltop Local Restaurants – we are all in this delicious world together.  READ MORE HERE

If you have a photo or a relevant and appropriate neighborhood event and/or news article you would like to share, please email [email protected] and we will let you know if we are able to include it a future Hilltop e-newsletter. 


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Please join or renew your support:

  • Online at our Website (preferred as it saves our volunteers time). We conveniently accept Visa, MasterCard or PayPal. $1 Fee.
  • Or mail a $25.00 check* to:
    Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association
    PO Box 201142
    Denver, CO 80220
    *For Business checks, please be sure to include your family name and neighborhood address. 
  • Pay by check, cash or card at any of our upcoming neighborhood events.

Your investment in and support of the Association is greatly appreciated!

Thank you.
Ann Spoor, CPHCA Membership Committee