30 Jun 2016
Neighbors, please remind all the drivers in your household that summer means more children playing in the alleys and on the sidewalks – running, riding bikes, etc. and to please use caution when entering, driving through and exiting the alleys. Parents, you may want to remind your children how to safely use the sidewalk as it crosses alleys (i.e., stopping at alley entrances to make sure there are no cars coming) and to be aware and cautious of vehicle traffic through the alleys.
28 Jun 2016
Located at 101 N. Ulster Court.
28 Jun 2016
Presented by Spotlight Theater Company
July 2 – August 13, 2016
a study in terror!
by Lucille Fletcher
Directed by Mari Geasai
Unable to sleep and haunted by her past, Elaine Wheeler paces the living room in her New York apartment. When she looks out the window, she is horrified at what she sees: a dead body in the abandoned building next door. The police question her story when they search to find nothing but an empty chair, and Elaine is forced to ask herself – did she really see it….or is she slowly going mad? Then when she sees a second body through, will even her husband and her best friend begin to doubt her sanity?
The cast includes Haley Johnson (Elaine Wheeler), Todd Black (John Wheeler), Margie Lamb (Blanche Cooke), Eddie Schumacher (Curtis Appleby), Linda Suttle (Helga), TJ Hogle (Lt. Walker), AJ Volition (Vanelli), Renee Sobering (Dr. Tracey Lake) and special guests.
Lucille Fletcher thrilled audiences in the 1940’s with her suspenseful radio plays. Her greatest success was “Sorry, Wrong Number” which won the Edgar Allan Poe Award and the Mystery Writers of America Award. It was adapted for both the stage and film.
Tickets are $12 – $22
720-530-4596 or online at www.thisisspotlight.com
The John Hand Theater, 7653 E. 1st Place, Denver, CO 80230
21 Jun 2016
Hang Loose at the Hangar 2 Patio Party this Saturday 11-7P.
Recreate at Montclair Recreation Center.
Visit Schlessman Family Library for a craft, story, book club, or for access to great books, music and movies.
Learn a skill or explore a passion at Colorado Free University.
Play in the shade at Sunset Park.
Get in some tennis at the Lowry Sports Complex.
Go for a bike ride around Lowry.
Enjoy a picnic under the shade structures at one of the pocket parks in NW Lowry (Liberator or Mustang Park).
Have a block party with your neighbors.
Walk the Westerly Creek Dam at sunset (amazing views of the city skyline!).
Go ice skating at Big Bear.
Turn your minds skyward with a visit to Wings Over the Rockies.
Sign up for a music class at Swallow Hill Music.
Eat ice cream in the Lowry Town Center or at Hangar 2.
Grab some free summer reading at the Little Free Library in Lowry’s Reading Garden (named 2015’s Best Pocket Park in Denver!)
Check out the Summer Concert Series and what’s on tap at the Lowry Beer Garden or enjoy a handcrafted alcoholic soda at North County.
Grab a bite from the newest restaurant in Hangar 2: Lucky Cat.
Eat Denver’s best Cubano at Masterpiece Kitchen.
Pick up a pizza for a summer pizza party from Serioz Pizza – they’ll even deliver ice cream from Glacier Ice Cream!
Relax on the patio at Salty Rita’s.
Keep the kids entertained with toys and games from Timbuk Toys.
Learn about our neighborhood’s rich history as Lowry Air Force Base.
Enjoy some live music at The Lowry Tavern.
Bring the whole family for the Concert in the Park on Friday, July 15th.
Take in an summer movie outdoors at Fairmount Cemetery.
It’s not to late to shape up for summer at 24 Hour Fitness, Base Fitness, Endorphin, Orange Theory Fitness or Montclair Recreation Center.
See a play at John Hand Theater – next on the stage: No Sex Please, We’re British.
14 Jun 2016
a scandalously funny farce!
June 25 – August 13, 2016
by Alistair Foot and Anthony Marriott
Directed Luke Allen Terry
When a postal accident lands boxes of Scandinavian pornography in the living room of young newlyweds Peter and Frances, they must do everything they can to get rid of it before Peter’s mother shows up, not to mention his uptight boss at the bank! Add in a bumbling best friend, a couple of policemen, and two “ladies of the evening,” and this day will be one the happy couple will not soon forget! This zippy farce ran for over eight years in London!
Buy Tickets here.