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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
A reoccurring theme for people who live in Colorado is that they love being outside and active in nature. So it’s only natural a classic Colorado wedding is often centered around an outdoor ceremony. Sharing Colorado’s beautiful scenery with … 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
What I do I'm from Lone Tree. I'm a second-grade teacher at Pine Lone School in Parker with a Boettcher Teacher Residency. Second-grade teaching is the best. My favorite part of teaching is getting through to kids and encouraging kiddos who have … 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
Chaplain Tim Ralph has frequented Parker Adventist Hospital over the past few weeks. He visits Dan Brite, a member of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Impact Unit, and Brite’s wife Christine, a sergeant with the sheriff’s office. On … more
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