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Twenty-two pieces of artwork by Douglas County High School students “gave us a gift — a positive and beautiful space within the hospital,” said curator/artist Mary Williams of Castle Pines, speaking about an exhibit at Castle Rock Adventist … more
Art shows, concerts and other creative events will take place in Littleton during Western Welcome Week, which runs Aug. 8-17. • The 31st Annual All Colorado Art Show: Depot Art Gallery, 2069 W. Powers Ave., Littleton. Included: paintings, … more
“Perils on the Platte” is a new Western Welcome Week event: an old-fashioned melodrama, performed by the Encore Players, a ministry of Littleton United Methodist Church. It is co-directed by Kathy Peterson, who has lived in Littleton for 51 … more
It was love at first sight when Maggie Wild met Dinky and Aspen, and she decided to put that love on parade. “When I would walk them, I was almost stopping traffic because they were so cute to watch,” she said. “I thought, ‘How can I … more
Cowboy Steve “Smitty” Smith doesn’t need Music City USA to be a country star, because he’s a celebrity right here at home. “I made a trip to Nashville, but it just never really materialized for me,” he said. “I didn’t want to pick … more
Skilled paintings of cowboys, horses and the Western landscape will fill the Stanton Gallery at Littleton's Town Hall Arts Center during the month of August, especially during Western Welcome Week, with the Western Heritage Art Show. The exhibit … more
“Fictions: Recent Works,” a collection of more than 30 of contemporary realist Daniel Sprick's extraordinary paintings, is open in the Gates Family Gallery at the Denver Art Museum through Nov. 2 and invites more than one visit by anyone with an … more
“rita derjue: An Evolving Vision” will open Aug. 4 and extend to Sept. 20 at the Lone Tree Arts Center, with a reception for the artist hosted by the Lone Tree Art Commission on Aug. 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The artist says she views it … more
The Colorado Wind Ensemble's summer schedule includes two free outdoor concerts in our south suburban area: ● 7-8 p.m. Aug. 7: Smoky Hill Library, 5430 S. Biscay Circle, Centennial. Marches, movie music and classics. Chairs will be provided. … more
When it's Saturday night at the Colorado Scottish Festival in Highlands Ranch, there's always a concert. This year, it features a Spanish bagpiper on Aug. 9. His name is Carlos Nunez and he has become an international pop star with his … more
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