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Lookout Mountain Nature Center hosts Annual Wildflower Festival
Celebrate Colorado’s native tapestry of colorful native wildflowers and pollinators. Go to the free Wildflower Festival on Saturday and Sunday, June 15 and 16 from 10 AM to 4 PM. Each day is filled with fun and ongoing activities for the entire family. Bring a picnic lunch and spend the day!
Sign interpreted tours of the galleries are available. In addition, the Center works with folks to provide interpretation for any classes. For more information, call 303.431.3939 (TTY: 303.431.3081) or visit the ADA compliant website at www.arvadacenter.org.
By Edith Weiss
The Three Prince Charmings is witty and bewitching stage magic told from the points of view of three beleaguered Prince Charmings. This three-part fairy tale introduces audiences to Prince Charming Hair, Prince Charming Smile and Steve, the third prince charming. Steve, a roving freelance narrator, tells the story of Cinderella’s hero, Prince Charming Hair, who is having a nightmare of a time at the ball until he finds Cinderella. Prince Charming Smile is loveless until he meets Rapunzel, and becomes instantly infatuated with her. Unfortunately, the monosyllabic and whiney Rapunzel is not interested in the Prince; she would rather have Steve. To rescue the distraught Prince, Steve conjures up a sleeping Snow White, allowing Prince Charming Smile to win her instead. This tale of wacky humor teaches audiences that while life may be a fairy tale, not all can end happily ever after without a clever narrator.
June 11-Aug. 7
Audio-described and sign language interpreted performance: Wednesday, June 26, 7:00 p.m.
Music and Lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin
Book by Ken Ludwig
This zany, lovable classic is one of the most popular Gershwin musicals of all time with lots of glitter, girls, big tap numbers and a score filled with memorable Gershwin favorites like “I Got Rhythm,” “Embraceable You,” “Someone to Watch Over Me,” But Not For Me,” “Nice Work If You Can Get It” and “They Can’t Take That Away From Me.” A banker who yearns to be in show business is sent West to foreclose on a rundown theater. The boy-meets-girl story begins when he sees the theater owner’s daughter (not knowing who she is) and falls in love.
All shows are in the outdoor amphitheater at 7:30.
July 9-August 4
Audio-described performance: Thursday, Aug. 1
Cost: Friday and Saturday: $36 covered/$15 lawn
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: $30 covered/$15 lawn
Assistive Technology for Beginners June 6
AT & Early Childhood - June 14
Adapted Cooking - June 21
Call 303-315-1283 to register
offers ongoing classes in the art of Taoist Tai Chi, Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30 at 1060 Bannock Street in Denver. Taoist Tai Chi is a health improving and gentle exercise for all levels of ability. Cost is reduced or waived for people with disabilities. Wheelchairs and other assistive devices welcome. The class may be joined at any time. Call or visit: 303-623-5163 or www.ttcs-co.org
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