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For 15 years, the work of Colorado painters, sculptors and mixed-media artists has been featured at the Lone Tree Art Expo. Residents had their first opportunity to see each work of art and the 2016 winners at the Expo's Opening Cocktail … more
Beginning Oct. 3, the Lone Tree Recreation Center is offering residents of the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District a new class to get pumped up. The Bodypump class adds a new type of high-energy weightlifting to the center’s class … more
The concrete parking lot of Centennial Center Park transformed into a canvas for professional and amateur artists alike over the weekend of Sept. 24 and 25. “I wanted to pick something challenging,” said Laurel Thompson, a sophomore at … more
Like every week, a gym tucked away in an industrial area between Santa Fe Drive and the South Platte River was the setting for an early Saturday morning workout. Unlike the week before or the week after, getting fit wasn't the only purpose of the … more
Dachshund enthusiasts dressed their small, elongated dogs in costumes and headed to Progress Park in Littleton to celebrate the 9th annual Colorado Dactoberfest. Traditional Oktoberfest attractions like beer, bratwurst and German music were combined … more
Favorite Colorado author T.A. Barron, best-selling writer of the “Merlin Saga” series, will meet fans to talk about his newest series, “Atlantis,” as well as his earlier novels, on Oct. 1 at Smoky Hill Library, 5430 S. Biscay Circle, … more
“Swan Lake” opens Colorado Ballet's 56th season with 11 performances from Oct. 7 to 23 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver Performing Arts Complex. Accompanying the dancers will be the Colorado Ballet Orchestra, live, performing Pyotr … more
From engineering to Ikebana to mobiles, artist Mattie O has followed a winding path to her exhibit, “In Suspension” which opened Sept. 16 in Littleton. The Littleton Museum gallery where Mattie O's “In Suspension” hangs is transformed … more
Lights go up on “The Oldest Boy” as the mother (Candace Joice) sits in an Asian contemplative pose, in meditation. The time is “modern day,” according to well-recognized playwright Sarah Ruhl. The set, designed by Douglas Clarke, is a … more
The Lone Tree Arts Center launched its 2016-17 season on Sept. 14 with a matinee performance of “A Taste of Argentine Tango,” part of the Arts in the Afternoon series offered each month by the arts center. Dancers from Parasol Arts, a nonprofit … more
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