26 May 2015
Maui Wowi is here, in Lowry! Mike Weinberger, CEO of Maui Wowi Hawaiian, reports that he is excited to bring healthy smoothies and Hawaiian Gourmet Coffees to the neighborhood. This location of Maui Wowi will be the first to be corporately owned; it will serve as a training ground for new franchisees, build brand awareness, and be a location to test and develop new systems. Come enjoy a bit of “paradise in a cup” at Hangar 2 (in the space formerly occupied by the Laughing Latte). Visit their website here.
20 May 2015
Thursday May 28th, 5-9P. A Lowry Foundation Event
Larimer Associates and The Lowry Beer Garden hosts the third anniversary of the opening of this popular Lowry gathering spot. This event is a benefit for the Lowry Foundation and its community programs, including Community Grants and the Lowry Elementary School Food for Kids Backpack Program. Advance tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children. In addition to the festivities, the Foundation will present a silent auction. Purchase tickets now!
07 May 2015
Lowry United Neighborhoods, also known as LUN, is an organization of Lowry neighbors committed to preserving and improving the quality of life in our award-winning neighborhood.
LUN is a Registered Neighborhood Organization (RNO), which connects greater Lowry to the City of Denver. As an RNO, LUN receives notices of all proposed zoning changes in Lowry and in the surrounding neighborhoods, as well as notifications of liquor and marijuana license applications and zoning change requests. LUN disseminates this information, often with analyses on the potential effect the changes would have on our neighborhood and on the City of Denver. LUN also works on traffic and pedestrian safety issues and safeguarding our city parks.
Dave Siefkas and others originally founded LUN in 2007. LUN provides a voice to the community regarding various political issues, and keeps everyone connected through social gatherings. LUN’s Mission: (1) provide integrity and oversight for responsible development; (2) unite neighborhood skills for the greater good; and (3) promote open, responsive and positive communication on behalf of and between residents.
LUN holds one annual meeting in January and other meetings throughout the year on issues and topics as they arise.
Sally Kurtzman heads up the active social network, providing great opportunities to mix and mingle at local eateries and to get involved in service projects.
Lowry United Neighbors hopes to provide a thoughtful voice to preserve the past, improve the present and plan for the future.
To become a part of the LUN e-mail list, send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org Sign up now as summer is fast approaching and LUN has weekly social events during the warm months. LUN is always looking for members to continue the good working of making Lowry a great place to call home!