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Congratulations To The Winners of The Littleton Calendar Contest

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Congratulations to the winners of the City of Littleton 2020 Littleton Calendar photography contest winners:

Cover – JoAnn Weaver
January – Tim Canfield
February – Rosanne Jurgens
March – Lynette Roth
April – Heidi Kaye
May – Claudia McAdam
June – Yoshiko Wooten
July – Jeff Kuhn
August – Candyce Herman
September – Viktoriia Nadtochyi
October – Pat Dunahay
November – Penelope Todd
December – Rick Acres

We can’t wait to see your winning photos when the calendar comes out the first week in December.


The Most Colorful Building In Littleton

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There’s so much beauty in Littleton, natural and otherwise. These murals on the Reinke Brothers building in downtown Littleton are just one example of the manmade variety. It’s the perfect time of year to go see them for yourself. You can check out the murals and pick up a Halloween costume or scare yourself silly at Reinke Brothers’ Haunted Mansion. The store is located at 5663 S Prince St, Littleton, CO 80120.

Art Exhibits at South Suburban Recreation Centers in May

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Each month the South Suburban Public Art Committee selects local artists to display their work at three of South Suburban’s recreation centers. These temporary art exhibits at these facilities are intended to support and promote South Suburban’s mission to enrich the lives of all its residents and encourage a legacy of art to be enjoyed and appreciated.  All artwork is available for purchase.

Continue reading @ South Suburban Parks & Recreation Centers. 

Local sticks star in Patrick Dougherty’s 300th “Stickwork” installation at Chatfield Farms

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Since the early 1980s, artist Patrick Dougherty has delved into the relationships between structure and the natural world through his “Stickwork” installations. Each of his works, labyrinths of curved branches coalesced into cubes or castles, is unique to the space where it was built.

His 300th work is nearly ready for public enjoyment at the Denver Botanic Gardens’ Chatfield Farms, a curling network of hallways and tunnels meant to evoke the coils of a rattlesnake. Like many of his other projects, this installation embodies a lot of local influence: bendy willow branches collected from the region.

Read the full story, along with some amazing pictures, @ Denverite. 

Have An Eye For Photography? The Colorado Lottery Will Consider Purchasing Your Photos.

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The Colorado Lottery is seeking original photographs of the Colorado Lottery proceeds locations. The goal is to document the habitat, parks, playgrounds, recreation centers, and trails that have been funded with Lottery dollars since its inception in 1983. We are especially interested in photographs that are particularly beautiful or that tell a story about these locations.

The Lottery is willing to compensate photographers for their photographs. Purchased photographs may be used for digital, editorial, social, print, advertising, point of sale, or other purposes.

Find out all of the details and instructions on how to submit your photos at the Colorado Lottery website.

Click here for an interactive map of all of the places that have received funds from the Colorado Lottery.

This Weekend’s Fun Area Events 4/5/2019

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Colorado Rockies Home Opening Day Party!


Photos with the Easter Bunny

Special Beer Release: Pink Boots Society “Equal Hopportunity”

Loma Azul Tequila Tasting

Alamo Encore: Clue Movie Party

Endless Fondue in April

Community Breakfast at Gracefull Cafe Sponsored by Rylie’s ARK

Walk With A Doc – Exercise Is Medicine! Free & Family Fun!

Medicare Class and Afternoon Tea

Crawfish Boil

Salt Wash Beach Vibe Class!

Shaffer Elementary 3rd Annual Concert & Auction

Birdhouse Painting at High Plains Tap House

Book Launch and Signing – Kristen Krueger

Live music Jj Fraser

Midnight Vibes Meet and Cruise

Sunday Morning Trail Run

Rockin’ on the River 5K

Adoption is PAWSOME Event at Pet Wants Denver Southwest Sunday

Easter Carnival


Famed Littleton Artist Expands Comfort Zone With Sensory Art

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Kelly Montague, a street artist from Littleton, known across the world for her large-scale interactive angel wings, has landed a special project in Denver.

Kelsey Montague was a hardworking, struggling artist until superstar Taylor Swift found Kelsey’s first wings mural in New York City. Swift posed and posted the photo on Instagram and Kelsey’s art went viral.

“I feel like she dropped us on a wave, and we are riding that wave for as long, long and hard as we can,” Kelsey told CBS4’s Kathy Walsh.

Source: CBS4 Denver

Here is one of Kelly’s murals that you can see for yourself, in Littleton. It’s on the side of the former Spur Coffee building, located at 5624 S. Prince St, in downtown Littleton.


Chatfield Student A Finalist in Never Summer Snowboard Art Competition

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DENVER (CBS4)– There’s still time to vote for the next series of snowboards Never Summer Industries makes. The Denver snowboard manufacturer has teamed up for the past five years with Warren Tech to help raise money for the school’s art program.

“We work on logos and so many other designs, like banners, tons of stuff,” said Hunter Beckett, a senior at Warren Tech. “We work with clients and we work with Never Summer a lot.

Hunter is facing off against nine other artists in Never Summer’s Instagram contest for a new snowboard. The winning boards will be for sale later in the spring with the proceeds going back to Warren Tech.

Continue reading on CBS Denver 4


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Be sure to check out the Littleton Public School student artwork that goes on display March 2 through March 30 as part of Youth Art Month, a celebration of the visual arts that links more than 800,000 K-12 students and over 200 art educators all across America. These student exhibitions, along with public artworks, art festivals and school events raise awareness and support of the visual arts. This exhibit celebrates the creativity of the youth in our community.

There will be a gallery reception for LPS artists on March 6, 2019 from 5-7pm.

The Curtis Center for the Arts is home to many unique and exciting art exhibits, lectures, cultural events, concerts, activities for seniors and youth, and adult art programs. Curtis serves as the focal point in Greenwood Village’s commitment to the arts.

Source: LPS

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