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The Golden Community Center will host a class tonight from 6-8 on Water-Wise Landscaping.  There are plants that need little water to thrive and look beautiful. There are specific watering techniques that gardeners can use to support those plants so they are stronger, look better and live longer. To these, add some effort, care and patience, and even those with little experience can enjoy the success of a beautiful landscape that can withstand difficult conditions.

Each spring, the City partners with the Center for ReSource Conservation to offer free seminars on the how-tos of Xeriscaping and other water-wise landscape practices.  Seminars are FREE and open to anyone. 

Please register online with the Center for ReSource Conservation, or by calling 303-999-3820.

Tonight is Thirsty Third Thursday at the American Mountaineering Museum.  Drop by between 5:30 and 8:30 for live music, beer, and free admission to the museum.

Congratulations to Golden Frames and Gifts!

The Golden Frame Shop recently won Best Frame Job awards in several categories from the Colorado Chapter of the Professional Picture Framers Association (PPFA).  They used a metal steampunk-type frame for a picture of a mad scientist, a shadowbox and Native American matting designs for some Native American pictures and artifacts.  Perhaps the most intriguing entry was the picture of a woman holding a cleaver.  The frame has a cleaver embedded in it, and the matting may or may not be blood-spattered.  Is she a murderess, or just taking a rest, while preparing dinner?  The answer is in the eye of the beholder!

Golden Frames & Gifts  |  2221 Ford Street  |  303-278-2682


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