Art work to be installed
along Grange Hall Creel

During its regular meeting Aug. 12, council unanimously approved to install “Bee My Honey” — which won the 2012 People’s Choice award for the Art on Parade program — at the west fork of the Grange Hall Creek trail near Washington Street. The Northglenn Arts and Humanities Foundation bought the art work and gifted it to the city. The statue will be installed directly on a ground-level cement pad paid for by NAHF. A dedication will likely be held in the spring 2014.

Doggy Dip in the pool

Doggy Dip in the Pool will be 3-6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 2, at the Kiwanis Pool, 550 Garland Drive. All dogs must be vaccinated and friendly.

Cost is $5 per dog. Each dog must be accompanied by at least one person. Up to 70 dogs will be allowed in the pool. Tickets are not being sold for this event, so first-come, first served. Call 303-450-8800 for more information.


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