Four years out, Mayor Hickenlooper’s 10-year plan to end Denver homelessness is ahead of schedule. Question Dr. Jamie Van Leeuwen, project manager of Denver’s Road Home, on this claim at Goal: …
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Four years out, Mayor Hickenlooper’s 10-year plan to end Denver homelessness is ahead of schedule. Question Dr. Jamie Van Leeuwen, project manager of Denver’s Road Home, on this claim at Goal: End Homelessness, the next Downtown Democratic Forum breakfast, Fri., June 12, at Baur’s Ristorante, 1512 Curtis St., Breakfast ($15 with reservations) 6:45a.m., program at 7, close at 8. Public welcome. RSVP at 303-861-8050 or email@example.com by Wed., June 10, noon.
Celebrate the summer solstice (a little early) at the Humanists of Colorado Annual Picnic & Membership Meeting, Sun., June 14, at First Universalist Church (Colvin Commons Community Room), 4101 E. Hampden Ave. at Colorado Blvd. Potluck dinner at 6p.m., followed by nomination and voting for new and current directors of the board, and a musical guest. Public welcome. For more details, visit www.humanistsofcolorado.com.
As the most recent Colorado legislative session closes, find out what will affect retired Federal employees at NARFE Chapter #1119’s monthly luncheon, Fri., June 19, at the Leyden-Chiles-Wickersham Post of the American Legion, 5400 E. Yale Ave. Optional lunch at 11a.m., program at noon.
NARFE Chapter #1119 are members of a national organization formed to champion the rights of retired and current Federal employees. Info: call Hank, 303-779-4268.
Sabah Discovery – An Intimate Journey through Borneo is the Budget Treasures Travel Club’s topic at its next meeting, Thur., June 25, 6-7p.m., at Ross-University Hills Library, 4310 E. Amherst Ave. Info: Willie Pusede, 303-758-9213, firstname.lastname@example.org or online at www.budgettreasurestravelclub.com
The “Weeders” Gardening Group meets 1st Wed. each month at Cook Park Rec Center, 7100 Cherry Creek S. Dr., at 9:30a.m. Join this informal group of amateur gardeners interested in discussing the joys and problems of gardening in the metro area. Share tips, swap plants, seeds and catalogs. Required fee (annual Parks & Rec pass or $2/seniors, $5/adult drop-in charge). Info: Betty, 303-333-8138.
If you’re single, 40+ and love to camp, come join Camping Singles on the first Tuesday each month at the Flagship REI store, 1416 Platte St., at 7p.m. For details, call Ginann, 303-477-2337.
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