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
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