Calendar of events

Tuesday, January 21

Guided Group Balancing

11:00 AM
In the group balancing sessions you will have the opportunity to receive energy sitting comfortably through a guided healing meditation in a group format. I will guide you through a visualization and bring in a flow of energy designed to facilitate the intended balance.

Mingle with the Mayor - Northglenn

6:00 PM
Mayor Meredith Leighty hosts her first public discussion meeting.

Thursday, January 23

Tot Time

10:00 AM
Nature programs designed for our youngest explorers! Tots discover the park using all their senses and hands-on activities.

Heart Health is Wealth 2020

6:30 PM
Join us for a talk presented by Dr. Wygonski It feels sweet to have a healthy heartbeat

Friday, January 24

Proper Fish N Chips

5:30 PM
fresh home made battered cod with fries

Saturday, January 25

Early Bird Walk

8:00 AM
Quiet mornings provide the perfect opportunity to seek out our feathered friends on the trails of Westminster Open Spaces. Join the park naturalist in search of resident and migratory birds who call local trees, burrows and waterways home. Locations may vary. AGES: 8 and older

The Six Pack Series 1 mile to 10k

9:00 AM
Stay motivated throughout the winter months and accomplish your distance goals starting with 1 mile at the first event and working up to 6 miles (10k) at the final event!

Conservatory of Dance presents the 5th Annual Big n’ Little Snow Ball

6:30 PM
Join us in our magical winter wonderland for an evening of dancing, playing games and making special memories with your child.

Sunday, January 26

Mindfulness Meditation with Anthony Dalessandro

9:00 AM
Mindfulness meditation is a mental training practice that involves focusing your mind on your experiences (like your own emotions, thoughts, and sensations) in the present moment. (Note: No Meditation on Dec. 22nd or 29th)

Tuesday, January 28

Jewish Origins of Western Civilization six-session course

10:30 AM
  This winter, Rabbi Benjy Brackman of Chabad of NW Metro Denver will offer Judaism’s Gifts to the World, a new six-session course by the acclaimed Rohr Jewish …

Guided Group Balancing

11:00 AM
In the group balancing sessions you will have the opportunity to receive energy sitting comfortably through a guided healing meditation in a group format. I will guide you through a visualization and bring in a flow of energy designed to facilitate the intended balance.

Living With Wildlife

6:00 PM
Learn what steps you can take to keep from attracting wildlife and what you should do when you encounter them.

Wednesday, January 29

Jewish Origins of Western Civilization six-session course

10:30 AM
  This winter, Rabbi Benjy Brackman of Chabad of NW Metro Denver will offer Judaism’s Gifts to the World, a new six-session course by the acclaimed Rohr Jewish …

Thursday, January 30

Jewish Origins of Western Civilization six-session course

10:30 AM
  This winter, Rabbi Benjy Brackman of Chabad of NW Metro Denver will offer Judaism’s Gifts to the World, a new six-session course by the acclaimed Rohr Jewish …

Friday, January 31

Jewish Origins of Western Civilization six-session course

10:30 AM
  This winter, Rabbi Benjy Brackman of Chabad of NW Metro Denver will offer Judaism’s Gifts to the World, a new six-session course by the acclaimed Rohr Jewish …

Alice in Wonderland

2:00 PM
Danse Etoile Ballet presents Alice in Wonderland January 31-February 2nd at the Broomfield Auditorium. #ballet #arts #performance #bestindenver

Proper Fish N Chips

5:30 PM
fresh home made battered cod with fries

Saturday, February 1

The Six Pack Series 1 mile to 10k

9:00 AM
Stay motivated throughout the winter months and accomplish your distance goals starting with 1 mile at the first event and working up to 6 miles (10k) at the final event!

Jewish Origins of Western Civilization six-session course

10:30 AM
  This winter, Rabbi Benjy Brackman of Chabad of NW Metro Denver will offer Judaism’s Gifts to the World, a new six-session course by the acclaimed Rohr Jewish …

Pups of the Prairie

11:00 AM
The prairie dogs are familiar faces to all who walk the trails of Standley Lake, but their complex lifestyle is lesser known. Explore the many ways these resourceful rodents contribute to Standley Lake’s ecosystem and benefit the wildlife around them. ALL AGES
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