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Colorado Ballet announces 2012-2013 Season

Colorado Ballet Artistic Director Gil Boggs announced the 2012-2013 season, which will feature technically-challenging classical ballet with innovative contemporary premieres.  Marking the Company’s 52nd season, the four-production lineup will stay true to Boggs’ artistic vision of presenting superior quality classical ballet and innovative dance.

CU law professor takes Denver, Thornton and Lyons high school students

Ten high school students from Denver, Thornton and Lyons are likely in for an experience of a lifetime when a University of Colorado Boulder law professor takes them to Washington, D.C., for a moot court competition March 29-April 1.

A new social website where you can connect and preserve your Colorado history

The Denver Public Library (DPL) is pleased to announce the launch of Creating Your Community (CYC) a new interactive website that allows people to share their stories, upload images and create their own community all while preserving Colorado history.

The Arc of Colorado Celebrates Developmental Disability Awareness Month with Film Festival

 

In celebration of Developmental Disability Awareness Month, The Arc of Colorado and its 11 local chapters will host a film festival featuring short films starring or produced by people with developmental disabilities. The festival will be held at the Denver Film Center on Colfax on Tuesday, March 20.

Denver Museum of Nature & Science hosts Slithering Spring Break March 24 through April 1st

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science invites families and visitors of all ages to enjoy a Slithering Spring Break from Saturday, March 24, to Sunday, April 1. The weeklong event celebrates the Museum’s new temporary exhibition Lizards & Snakes, which features 60 live animals from all over the world. Participants will experience reptile fun throughout the Museum, including reptile-themed games, art projects, live animal demonstrations, and more.

Colorado Ballet presents world premieres by three female choreographers

Colorado Ballet will present Tribute, a mixed-bill production of three contemporary world premieres by three innovative female choreographers March 29 through April 1, 2012 at the Newman Center at the University of Denver.

Earth, Wind and Fire to perform for Denver Health Foundation

Philip Bailey, lead singer of Earth, Wind & Fire will be getting back to his roots when the band performs at NightShine, Denver Health Foundation’s annual fundraising gala, on April 28, 2012 at the National Western Events Center.