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Shakespeare comes alive in the Evergreen Middle School parking lot

Evergreen Middle School students were treated to some Shakespeare — not in a theater, but outside in a parking lot. In 45 minutes, the students saw a shortened version of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on Sept. 19, complete with Puck, Titiana, Oberon, Hermia, Lysander and more during Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, a program offered…

Evergreen’s Oktoberfest a ‘wunderbar’ event for attendees, Mount Evans Hospice

The German word “Gemütlichkeit” doesn’t translate directly into English, but its meaning captures the warmth of family, friends and community. That’s what Oktoberfest on Sept. 23 that benefited Mount Evans Home Health Care and Hospice was all about. Nearly 1,000 people came to the Buchanan fields to listen to music, try ax-throwing and beer-stein lifting,…

Split & Steak a special firewood-chopping event in Conifer

The fragrance of fresh-cut wood blended with the buzz of chainsaws and splitters as volunteers spent a day creating piles and piles of firewood for residents in need. After the work was done, the volunteers sat down to a steak dinner to celebrate their hard work. Therefore the name: Split & Steak. The Conifer Community…


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Coming Attractions: Hard questions and healing at ‘The Laramie Project’

When a tragedy happens, how do the victims and community at large pick up the pieces?   Twenty-five years after the murder of Matthew Shepard, the Wyoming town of Laramie is still grappling with the reverberations of the event. That story is the focus of “The Laramie Project,” the latest production at the Arvada Center,…

Illustrious art at Center for the Arts Evergreen

West Jefferson Middle School’s art teacher has a painting in a show at Center for the Arts Evergreen. This is Sarah Dignan’s first time in this show, which opened Sept. 21, and the honor couldn’t be much more prestigious. Her painting is one of 57 displayed in the 50th annual Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition. …

Hitting a high note: After weathering the pandemic, Golden Concert Choir sees major growth

All summer, the Golden Concert Choir hosted a thorough recruitment campaign. The group participated in Buffalo Bill Days and had a booth at the Golden Farmers Market one weekend. Members posted flyers at local coffee shops and breweries and promoted the choir online. This month, the group has seen the fruit of its labor with…

Coming Attractions: Autumn ushers in the cool and creepy

Your favorite equinox guy is back, checking in right before we officially begin the best season of the year — autumn. Now that we’re about to jump into the time of chilly evenings, falling leaves and hearty foods, it’s my duty to round up some of the best ways to welcome fall.  The spirit of…


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