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arvada west high school (9-12)
11595 allendale drive
arvada, CO 80004
place2.26 miles from neighborhood
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drake junior high school (7-8)
12550 west 52nd avenue
arvada, CO 80002
place2.30 miles from neighborhood
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fairmount elementary school (k-6)
15975 west 50th avenue
golden, CO 80403
place1.86 miles from neighborhood
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621 total students
stott elementary school (pk-6)
6600 yank way
arvada, CO 80004
place1.50 miles from neighborhood
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365 total students
van arsdale elementary school (pk-6)
7535 alkire street
arvada, CO 80005
place1.74 miles from neighborhood
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518 total students
oberon junior high school (7-8)
7300 quail street
arvada, CO 80005
place2.82 miles from neighborhood
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west woods elementary school (k-6)
16650 west 72nd avenue
arvada, CO 80007
place1.17 miles from neighborhood
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740 total students
lincoln charter academy (pk-8)
7180 oak street
arvada, CO 80004
place2.91 miles from neighborhood
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594 total students
maranatha christian center (pk-12)
7180 oak st
arvada, CO 80004
place2.95 miles from neighborhood
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faith christian academy (k-12)
administrative offices 12189 w 64th ave
arvada, CO 80004
place1.92 miles from neighborhood
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1050 total students
faith christian academy - middle school (6-8)
6250 wright street
arvada, CO 80004
place1.70 miles from neighborhood
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ralston valley senior high school (9-12)
13355 west 80th avenue
arvada, CO 80005
place2.26 miles from neighborhood
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warren tech north (10-12)
11325 allendale drive
arvada, CO 80004
place2.38 miles from neighborhood
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253 total students

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Upcoming Events

Denver Area Hiker Trash Meetup: MAY
StartMay 21
EndMay 21
For May's meetup; we're once again teaming up with the CDTC! Get all the details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1038093289730524/ Good drinks, better company.  This is a monthly(ish) meetup for the Denver-Area Hiker Trash.  Thru-hiker, section hiker, backcountry enthusiast- this is an excuse to mingle with people who relish bad hygiene and good company. Come one, come all. 
The Chief Medical Officer’s Physical Activity Guidelines 2018 Update: Implementation, Insights and Implications – Dr Andy Pringle
StartMay 22
EndMay 22
The Chief Medical Officer’s Physical Activity Guidelines 2018 Update: Implementation, Insights and Implications – Dr Andy Pringle  The current UK physical activity guidelines were published by the Chief Medical Officers (CMOs) in 2011 and offer evidence-based recommendations for physical activity. In 2018 a decision was taken to review the guidance and provide updated practical public health guidelines and the development of potential implementation pathways for all groups, from healthcare to communication professionals.   During 2018, six Expert Working Groups (EWGs) worked with key national stakeholders to review the current guidelines and present new recommendations to the four UK CMOs based upon the latest scientific evidence. The EWGs were made up of UK and international experts in the field, covering four age ranges of UK physical activity guidelines (under 5s, children and young people aged 6 to 18, adults aged 19 to 64, and older adults aged 65 plus), plus new groups for sedentary behavior across the life course and Implementation and Surveillance.   Dr Andy Pringle was appointed to the Expert Working Group for Implementation and Surveillance.      This is the first time that a Leeds Beckett Academic has been appointed to this role and it is also the first time Implementation was included in the Review of the Physical Activity Guidelines.   The 2018 update is currently planned for publication in 2019, so the purpose of this seminar is to NOT to provide an overview of the updated recommendations for physical activity.  The aim of this seminar is to share the process by which the 2018 Review was undertaken, insights and reflections from the EWG for Implementation & Surveillance/the 2018 Review and to share some of the potential implications of the CMO Guidance for research, practice and our curriculum.  Further information on the 2018 update can be found here https://www.bristol.ac.uk/sps/research/projects/current/physical-activity/ : Chair: Dr Stephen Zwolinsky
Golden ED Roundtable: Peer to Peer Discussions
StartMay 22
EndMay 22
Please join us for a unique Golden ED Roundtable meeting. We will be breaking into groups of 3-4 so that each person can share a problem or a question with their peers, and you will have an opportunity to problem solve together. 
Ladies exclusive Sunset Shred
StartMay 22
EndMay 22
Join like minded lady shredders at Golden Bike Shop for an all Women's Squad Ride.  Afterwards stay around for sharing stories, libations and grub, also get some free swag.  Make new ride buddies for the summer season!!  Sign up soon to ensure a spot for this exciting event, as we are limited to only 8 spots.
2019 PADI Member Forum - Denver, CO
StartMay 23
EndMay 23
Member Forum 2019 reviews PADI’s commitment to being A Force For Good on key issues facing the dive industry and our ocean planet. While remaining dedicated to safe diving practices, PADI’s newest endeavors focus on optimizing diver education, building communities of active divers worldwide, and preserving our marine environments for future generations. As always, your knowledge of PADI Standards will be tested, and you’ll gain insight into better managing risk while reviewing dive-incident scenarios. In addition, Member Forum 2019 will also provide you with innovative training methods and growth opportunities you can implement to increase core and specialty certifications in all markets. Registering for Member Forum 2019 is free and recommended. * If you are unable to attend any of the live events, take Member Forum online (coming soon on PADI's Pros' Site). * Dates and locations are subject to change.   PADI  Americas 30151 Tomas Street Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688-2125 Telephone: 800 729 7234 (US and Canada) or +1 949 858 7234 applicable charges. Toll Free: Colombia 800-710-2192 - Argentina 800-333-9072 - Brasil 800-892-1153 - Uruguay 416-201-7292 Venezuela 800-100-9244 - Mexico 866-668-6685 - Chile 1-230-020-1439  Fax: +1 949 267 1261 Email: membersvcs@padi.comWeb: http://www.padi.com  
Learn to Save a Life: Suicide Prevention Training
StartMay 24
EndMay 24
Would you spend one hour to learn how to save a life? The signs of crisis are all around us. Do you know how to recognize them?  In this two-part training, you will learn the three simple steps anyone can use to help save a life from suicide. You'll walk away equipped to notice “pre-warning” signs and know how to take action steps before the issues become serious. MQC Program Director Kimberly Britt Petersen will kick off the training by teaching the QPR method—Question, Persuade and Refer—so that you can be empowered to make a positive difference in the life of someone you know.  Then Joannie DeBrito, LCSW will jump into the Alive to Thrive curriculum, the exhaustive suicide prevention resource developed by Focus on the Family. This curriculum is centered around building a strong foundation at home and preparing kids for healthy living. Together, we can learn how to recognize the warning signs and learn effective tools on how to intervene when crisis hits.  You just might save a life. About our speakers:  Joannie DeBrito is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with 30 years of experience providing individual, couple and family therapy; facilitating numerous groups, classes and seminars; directing human service programs and supervising other mental health professionals. She is the current Director of Parenting and Youth at Focus on the Family and was the previous Director of University Counseling Services at Colorado Christian University. She has been married to her husband John for almost 40 years and has two married daughters and two grandchildren. Kimberly Britt Petersen is the Program Director for My Quiet Cave. She holds a BA in TV/Video from Emerson College and an MA in Counseling from Colorado Christian University. She and her family live in Denver, Colorado.
May 25th, 2019 (Morning) Free Concealed Carry Class
StartMay 25
EndMay 25
This course will cover: •Handgun Rules and Etiquette •Colorado CHP Laws •Mindset •How to Choose The Right Gun •Fundamentals of Shooting •Accessing a Firearms •Defensive Shooting •Aftermath •and more Consider donating by clicking the link below or by selecting a donation amount during registration. http://concealedcarryforfree.com/donate/
May 26th, 2019 (Morning) Free Concealed Carry Class
StartMay 26
EndMay 26
This course will cover: •Handgun Rules and Etiquette •Colorado CHP Laws •Mindset •How to Choose The Right Gun •Fundamentals of Shooting •Accessing a Firearms •Defensive Shooting •Aftermath •and more Consider donating by clicking the link below or by selecting a donation amount during registration. http://concealedcarryforfree.com/donate/
May 26th, 2019 (Evening) Free Concealed Carry Class
StartMay 26
EndMay 26
This course will cover: •Handgun Rules and Etiquette •Colorado CHP Laws •Mindset •How to Choose The Right Gun •Fundamentals of Shooting •Accessing a Firearms •Defensive Shooting •Aftermath •and more Consider donating by clicking the link below or by selecting a donation amount during registration. http://concealedcarryforfree.com/donate/
Ending Ageism? YES, WE CAN!
StartMay 28
EndMay 28
Have you, a friend, partner or family member experienced ageism? Have you caught yourself using ageist language, e.g., “I’m having a senior moment”? Do you get frustrated and angry by ageist stereotypes you see in the media, and the failure to recognize the strengths and talents that older people bring? If so, please join us for a fun and interactive workshop on this important topic and learn how we can all better address ageism when we see it. You’ll learn: What ageism is, and the harmful effects it has not only on older adults, but also on our communities and the economy What the general public believes about older people and about aging in America • Why telling a new story about aging and ageism is so important The benefits to all of us as we age of having positive views of aging How words and phrases in common use can have negative consequences that we don't intend because they reinforce ageist attitudes and prejudicial stereotypes about older people Language that we can use instead to advance a different story about aging and older people You'll leave with some concrete tips and tactics for using the new language and messages, and for addressing ageism, and sharing them with those around you. The workshop will be facilitated by Janine Vanderburg from Changing the Narrative in Colorado, a campaign to change the way people in our state think, talk and act about aging and ageism. Read more about us here: https://changingthenarrativeco.org/ If you or someone you know has experienced ageism, or if you simply want to know more about why this is important—you won’t want to miss this. Together, we can make a difference.
COMBA Ladies' Ride-North Table RESCHEDULED
StartMay 28
EndMay 28
COMBA Ladies' Ride-North Table Mountain-RESCHEDULED
Volunteer on the Farm!
StartMay 31
EndMay 31
Join Colorado Open Lands on a walking tour of this 13-acre farm in the heart of Wheat Ridge. Learn how Dr. Amanda Weaver is using soil, water, and farm animals to enrich statewide agricultural practices. Then, stick around to help spruce up the barn with a fresh coat of paint! Lunch and water will be provided. Please Note: Due to the nature of the property and schedule for the day, attendees must be 15 year of age or older to attend. No pets will be permitted on the property.
When You Wish Upon A Star
StartJun 01
EndJun 01
The Colorado Chord Company and The Denver MountainAires Barbershop Choruses have joined together to Present: "When You Wish Upon A Star" recorded 80 years ago (1939) began a Disney movie and television musical dominance in the entertainment industry that has touched the lives and hearts of four generations...and our show contains songs that each generation will find memorable. Our family rate ($30) is an incentive to bring the kids (or grandkids) as we have something for everyone. Young and old alike will be thrilled by our headline quartet Vintage Mix, 17-year old quadruplets (three sisters and a brother) who harmonize like seasoned veterans, and co-headliners Saturday Evening Post really are seasoned veterans (International Senior Quartet Champions). Get acquainted with Vintage Mix: https://vintagemix.us/      Timeless Disney songs arranged for barbershop truly is 'Magic in Harmony'. 
Of Mines & Beer!
StartJun 03
EndJun 03
Gold mining & commercial beer brewing in Colorado started in the same year, 1859. Demand for good beer arose due to the dusty and dangerous conditions faced by Europeans streaming to Colorado to strike it rich in gold. The linkage between mining and brewing in Golden, along the front range and in nearby mountain communities was at times terrifying, educational and even comical. Historian, author and craft brewer Dave Thomas relays the historical accounts of these 19th century brewing families, often in their own words, and compares the historical brewing styles and techniques with those of craft brewers today. Dave Thomas spent 32 years working for Coors Brewing Company in Golden, Colorado; Chungwon, South Korea; Memphis, Tennessee; Burton-on-Trent, England; and the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. After working at some of the largest breweries in the world, he now brews at one of the smallest as brewer emeritus at Dostal Alley Brewpub in Central City, Colorado.
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