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arvada high school (9-12)
7951 west 65th avenue
arvada, CO 80004
place0.93 miles from neighborhood
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north arvada middle school (7-8)
7285 pierce street
arvada, CO 80003
place0.95 miles from neighborhood
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secrest elementary school (pk-6)
6875 west 64th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place0.35 miles from neighborhood
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swanson elementary school (pk-6)
6055 west 68th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place0.44 miles from neighborhood
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406 total students
westminster high school (9-12)
6933 raleigh street
westminster, CO 80030
place1.48 miles from neighborhood
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shrine of st anne school (k-8)
7320 grant place
arvada, CO 80002
place1.20 miles from neighborhood
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353 total students
colorado state academy (4-12)
7506 w 74th place
arvada, CO 80003
place1.29 miles from neighborhood
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early college high school at arvada (6-12)
4905 west 60th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place1.12 miles from neighborhood
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320 total students
two roads charter school (pk-12)
6980 pierce street
arvada, CO 80003
place0.56 miles from neighborhood
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626 total students
doral academy of colorado (k-8)
7100 wadsworth boulevard
arvada, CO 80003
place0.99 miles from neighborhood
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260 total students

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Upcoming Events

Aurora Borealis, Sunday, January 20th, 4:00pm, $27
StartJan 20
EndJan 20
At Sipping n Painting Highland you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n’ painting with you soon!
January 20th, 2019 (Evening) 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/
Walsall for All - Integrated Area Programme Drop-In Sessions
StartJan 23
EndJan 23
Join Walsall Council's Community, Equality and Cohesion Team at one of two procurement sessions regarding Walsall’s Integrated Areas Programme (Walsall for All). The session will provide an opportunity for service providers to find out about the Programme, how your organisation can get involved in the project, register with In-tend (Walsall Council Procurement Portal) which will give you access to funding opportunities which will be available. The procurement information sessions will take place at the following venues: Wednesday 23rd January at The Crossing at St. Paul's (Darwall St, Walsall WS1 1DA) between 10am and 12pm. Monday 28th January at Frank F Harrison Community Association (Stephenson Square, Walsall WS2 7DY) between 5pm and 7pm.  Please note that there is no expectation to stay for the whole duration of the session. There will be an opportunity to ask questions on a one-to-one basis with Walsall Council staff. The Agenda will include: An introduction to Walsall Integration Programme. 'Cafe Style' table top sessions about key priorities/funding opportunities. Next steps. For further details, please do not hesitate to contact Haroon.Ravat@walsall.gov.uk.
The Spleen and Splenectomy Procedures: Who, What, When, Why? with Dr. Nekesa Morey, BSc, BVM&S
StartJan 23
EndJan 23
Join Dr. Nekesa Morey, BSc, BVM&S, for her lecture:  "The Spleen and Splenectomy Procedures:  Who, What, When, Why?" The spleen is an intricate organ, visualized usually at the most ventral aspect of the abdomen with both AFAST and abdominal radiographs. Its structure is usually divided into the head, body and tail of the spleen, with various vessels connecting to the spleen before supplying the rest of the abdominal organs. Its primary function includes haematopoiesis, circulation and destruction of red blood cells as well as primary immunologic function. As it is directly connected to the circulation, it is a primary organ for the release of lymphocytes and monocytes, which increase antibody release to fight disease. As the animal continues to get older, the spleen can become more susceptible to the development of diseases directly to the organ. The most common biological insults include splenic torsion, splenomegaly and splenic masses. Usually, depending on the clinical scenario that arises, a splenectomy can be performed to remove the spleen. This is an organ that an animal can live without, and depending on the cause, most animals can continue to do well without their spleen. A splenectomy may be performed under emergency circumstances or in some instances can be an elective procedure. This lecture will go into further significant detail about the primary functions of the spleen, as well as any differences in structure and physiologic function between small mammals and humans. We will continue to describe the three diseases mentioned above, the more likely signalments we would expect in the veterinary world that could develop these diseases and therefore would warrant a splenectomy. We will continue to describe the procedure of a splenectomy itself and discuss medical management if a splenectomy is not opted for. Overall, this lecture should increase confidence in the approach to diseases involving the spleen, and increase awareness of its functions during disease.  Lunch will be provided One (1) hour CE - CACVT approval pending for Technicians Please arrive 15 minutes early to check-in. Attendees will need to enter the hospital at the south east entrance, just off of 43rd Ave and Kipling. 
Client Appreciation Party
StartJan 23
EndJan 23
On January 23, 2019 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, join Butterfly Pavilion for a celebration of YOU, our corporate event clients! Network, enjoy tasty bites and beverages, and learn about our 2019 corporate event offerings. This event is totally free and you're welcome to forward this invitation to all who may be interested. RSVP by clicking the "Register" button above by Monday, January 21st.  Email events@butterflies.org with any questions! Butterfly Pavilion is located at 6252 West 104th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80020 at the corner of US36 and 104th Avenue. 
Brain and Body Workshop: DEPRESSION
StartJan 23
EndJan 23
Join us for a new monthly workshop at Take Root Brain and Body Development.  This month we will be discussing and putting on workshops on the topic: Depression.  Canine Partners of the Rockies and a few of their off-duty service dogs will be in attendance. Hear from dog trainers and behavior consultants about service dogs and how they can help people with depression.  FREE MINI CHAIR MASSAGES FREE HAND ANALYSIS FREE SNACKS AND DRINKS  HANG OUT WITH OFF-DUTY SERVICE DOGS When: Wednesday, January 23, 2019 from 6-8pm Where: Take Root Brain and Body Development, 4907 W 29th Ave. Denver, CO 80212 What to Bring: Yourself and a few friends, everything else is provided for you 
Country Roads, Wednesday, January 23rd, 6:30pm, $27
StartJan 23
EndJan 23
At Sipping n Painting Highland you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n’ painting with you soon!
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.
Paired: Beer + Sushi (Bamboo Sushi x Zuni Street Brewing)
StartJan 24
EndJan 24
Join us for a unique 4-course dinner with beer pairings created in partnership with Zuni Street Brewing. Tickets are $55 per person. Two different seating times at 6pm or 8pm. Limited seats available. The menu:  Amuse Bouche: Kumamoto Oyster with Persimmon Granita paired with Gingergrass Ale First Course: Black Cod Ceviche-Shishito, Yuzu Tobiko, Togarashi Popcorn paired with Eva's Golden Ale Second Course: Yakumi (scallop, salmon, kanpachi) paired with 522 Pale Ale Third Course: 3 Piece Oshizushi-Hoki Poke Box paired with Way West Wit Fourth Course: Yuzu Tart-Pretzel Beer Brittle paired with Old Man Willow Imperial Stout
Friends Annual Luncheon featuring Margaret Coel
StartJan 25
EndJan 25
The Jefferson County Library Foundation welcomes Margaret Coel to speak at the Friend's Annual Luncheon.  About the Friends of Jefferson County Public Library Friends of Jefferson County Public Library (JCPL) is a membership program of the Jefferson County Library Foundation (JCLF), a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the programs of JCPL through fundraising and advocacy. Friends of JCPL are famous for their used book sales, selling more than 200,000 used books throughout the year and raising nearly $250,000 annually to support the programs of JCPL. About Margaret Coel Margaret Coel is the New York Times best-selling author of the acclaimed Wind River mystery series set among the Arapahos on Wyoming's Wind River Reservation and featuring Jesuit priest Father John O'Malley and Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden. The novels have received wide recognition. They have been on the bestseller lists of numerous newspapers, including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News. Five novels have received the Colorado Book Award. The Spirit Woman received the Willa Cather Award for Best Novel of the West and was a finalist for the Western Writers of America's Spur Award for Best Novel. She is a native Coloradan who hails from a pioneer Colorado family. The West — the mountains, plains, and vast spaces — are in her bones, she says. $25 for Friends, $35 for non-Friends   Friends memberships will be available at the door
The MOTOWN DANCE PARTY @ Monkey Barrel! All of your FAVORITE MOTOWN HITS
StartJan 25
EndJan 26
HELLO COLORADO!! After the LANDSLIDE success of our SOLD OUT Motown & Mimosas brunches in December - we are back again - and this time we are doing an evening event. RYAN DYKSTRA RECORDS proudly presents THE MOTOWN DANCE PARTY All of your favorite hits of yesteryear all night long! DJ Disciple 13 will be on the 1s and 2s covering all spectrums of Motown music. Special Motown themed dinner and drink menu - full menu available until 10PM. Every tcket includes a $5 Gift Certificate to the Ryan Dykstra Records pop up vinyl shop that will be on site. Early Bird tickets start at $10 - but those aren't going to last very long! Please share with your friends that you want to come.  
Help for Achy Hips, Knees & Shoulders
StartJan 26
EndJan 26
If you experience painful hips, knees, or shoulders from arthritis or injury, you know how easily it interfere with your daily activities. Join the experts at Panorama Orthopedics to discover the many options available today for relieving joint pain and getting you back to the things you love! Enjoy FREE breakfast and parking. Bring your Questions!  Dr. David Schneider- world renowned shoulder expert, will talk about shoulder arthritis and the options available to bring back mobility and reduce pain and stiffness. Dr. Schneider will demonstrate exercises you can do at home to relieve pain and stiffness.  Dr. Jeremy Kinder- joint replacement expert will speak on the different options for treating hip and knee pain from arthritis as well as the latest advancements in joint replacement. Dr. Karen Knight- non-operative specialist will give a comprehensive look at PRP and Stem Cell Therapies. She will cover the difference between the two, when it is appropriate to use each, what conditions can be treated, associated costs and how they work.    This FREE workshop will be presented in conjunction with OrthoColorado Hospital and includes a delicious breakfast and free parking. Bring your questions and learn about the best ways to manage your joint pain.
Adult Mental Health First Aid Class 2-Day Course - January 26th and February 2nd, 2019
StartJan 26
EndFeb 02
Mental Health First Aid is an innovative, 8-hour course designed to give you the tools to recognize a range of mental health problems and the skills and confidence to help someone in a mental health crisis. The program provides a concrete action plan to help the individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional, peer and self-help care. This class will be 2 days. You must complete both days to receive certification. January 26th, 2019 and February 2nd, 2019 8:30a.m.-12:30p.m.
January 26th, 2019 (Morning) Free Concealed Carry Class
StartJan 26
EndJan 26
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/
Barbed Wire Reef Restaurant - Soft Opening!
StartJan 26
EndJan 26
You are invited to celebrate a night of fun, music, drinks, and food at the soft opening of Barbed Wire Reef Restaurant!
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