Coffee with Councilors and a Trip to the Spa

February 9, 2019
Coffee with Councilors

Saoirse Charis-Graves and Casey Brown are hosting their monthly Coffee with a Councilor this morning at 10AM at Bean Foster’s (map). There’s a lot going on in town, and this is the best place to learn all about it and ask questions.

Virtuosity Dance Centre (map) is hosting a Spa Day Fundraiser today from 1-5. Come relax as we pamper you and your loved ones! Choose from a menu of services. You can get as many as you want! These are all walk in services, but don’t worry…if there is a wait, you can relax with snacks, sugar scrubs, and scalp massages in the waiting room.

Massage – $20
Facials/Skin Treatment – $10
Waxing – $5
Hair Styling – $5
Pedicures/Manicures – $5

This is all to benefit our dancers who are heading to NYC this summer for a week of dance and learning.

Virtuosity Dance Centre, 109 N. Rubey Drive, Unit C, Golden, CO (map

Tonight’s Live Music
Ace Hi Tavern – Karaoke, 9PM
Dirty Dogs Roadhouse – The Strange Parade (Doors Tribute) and Ten Years Gone (Led Zeppelin Tribute), 7PM
Golden Moon Speakeasy – Soultyme, 8-11P

City Council, Holiday Art Mart, GHS Plays, and Live Music

November 15, 2018

The Sustainability Board will meet at 6PM in the Public Works building, 1445 10th St. They will compile feedback and draft preliminary recommendations for goals to discuss with City Council at an upcoming meeting.

Hunger Free Golden - Golden ColoradoCity Council meets at 6:30 in City Council Chambers. They will hear from Bethany Thomas, the Chair of Hunger Free Golden. This group has accomplished a number of things this year to ensure that low-income families in Golden have access to fresh, healthy food. They have arranged for GoFarm to distribute 311 local food shares. They have worked to increase enrollment in SNAP (formerly food stamps) and WIC programs. They set up a “Healthy Corner Store” pilot program at the East Tincup Market (17881 W. Colfax Avenue – Map). They’re doing good work.

After that, Council will adjourn to an Executive Session (no public access) “For Determining Positions Relative To Matters That May Be Subject To Negotiations; Developing Strategy For Negotiations; And Instructing Negotiators Regarding Property Lying East Of Ford Street Near 10th Street.” This often means that the City plans to buy some property. In this fall’s budget discussions, City staff has been emphasizing how tight our finances are, so perhaps it means something different this time. “East of Ford near 10th Street” is a pretty small area, so it will be interesting to learn what they’re discussing.

East of Ford in Golden CO
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Rick Weiss, the founding director of SciLine, will offer a free talk today at 5:30PM in Brown Hall W210 at the Colorado School of Mines about “Evidence in an Era of Synthetic Credibility.” The talk is free, but reserve your spot online. Refreshments will be served.   Brown Hall W210, 1610 Illinois Street, Golden, CO (map)

Accel at Golden Ridge will host a free talk at 6PM: After the Diagnoses: Scrambling to Put the Pieces Together.

Holiday Art Market at Foothills Art Center in Golden ColoradoIf you’re a member of Foothills Art Center, you can attend their Member Preview of this year’s Holiday Art Market from 6-8PM.

Shelton Elementary will celebrate International Night from 6-7:30PM. Shelton Elementary students represent dozens of countries and cultures. Come learn more and experience a night of foods from around the globe!

Golden High School’s Stage Right Productions will present Student Directed One-Acts tonight at 7:30. Buy Tickets here….

Tonight’s Live Music:
Live Music in Golden ColoradoAce Hi Tavern – Karaoke at 9PM
Golden Hotel – Teresa Carroll and her Jazz Quartet, 6-9PM
Golden Moon Speakeasy – Ryan Flores, 7-10PM
New Terrain Brewing – Shaky Hand String Band, 7-10PM

Holiday Craft Fair/Bake Sale at the Golden Gate Grange

November 10, 2018

Holiday Craft and Bake Sale at the Golden Gate GrangeThe Golden Gate Grange is having a Holiday Craft Fair/Bake Sale today from 9AM-4PM. Browse a wonderful selection of items from local crafters and artists including an array of items including the photography of Barb Bliss; books by local author Mary Ramstetter; photos, calendars, cards by Mr. P’s Pics; pottery by local artist, Judy Madison; an array of spectacular jewelry and accessories by Helene Arendt, Starfire Studios, Elle Phillips, Vicki Renee Originals; leather and western accessories by Kismet Designs, beautiful handmade dragons for kids; handcrafted wooden toys and art; Christmas decorations, artwork, jams, jellies, soaps, candles, gift baskets, antiques and vintage treasures, unique pocket knives, bee and bat boxes, natural oils, baked goods and much more!! Lunch will be available. Free admission.  The Golden Gate Grange is located at 25201 Golden Gate Canyon Road just 4 miles west of Route 93 in Golden (map).

Janet Nunn class at Foothills Art Center - Golden COAt 10AM Foothills Arts Center offers “Painting Notecards with Janet Nunn.” In this class participants learn to paint notecards with watercolor techniques. We cover splattering paint, washes, masking the white of the paper, all on notecards. This small format makes it easy to put a painting together. What a perfect time of year to create your own note cards. $5 materials fee. Non-members $105 / Members $90.

At 10AM, there will be a Suicide Prevention & Remembrance WalkThis is a community-wide walk that will start in Parfet Park in downtown Golden and end on the Colorado School of Mines campus on Kafadar Commons in front of the CoorsTek building.  Learn more….

11AM:  A Mental Health Wellness Fair will be held immediately following the community walk at the CoorsTek Center (1523 Illinois Street) and will conclude the week’s suicide prevention events. Booths will be hosted by campus and community organizations working to support suicide prevention and mental health. A variety of resources will be made available to the public for free.

From 12-3PM, the three new stores in the Foss Building will celebrate a joint grand opening and ribbon-cutting.  Stop by and check them out!

Barrels & Bottles is celebrating the 243rd Birthday of the United States Marines today from 3-10PM. They will donate a portion of sales from today through Monday to the DAV. They will also accept gently used coats, warming layers, Gloves, scarfs, and hats.

Live Music Tonight
Ace Hi Tavern – Karaoke, 9PM
Golden Moon Speakeasy – Soultyme, 8PM
Mountain Toad Brewing – Kenny Lee Young with Chris Carter, 6-8PM

Mines Little Theater - She Kills MonstersSee Mines Little Theatre’s performance of “She Kills Monsters,” by Qui Nguyen! “She Kills Monsters” is an action-adventure dramedy about loss, discovery, and a Dungeons and Dragons campaign.  The performance will take place in the theater at the Mountaineering Center (10th & Washington). Tickets can be purchased at the door (cash or check only). Tickets are $7 for students and faculty and $10 for community members.  Doors open at 6:30 and seats are first come first served.

Sunday Preview

The Golden History Museum will open the 1968 Golden Time Capsule tomorrow morningWitness the exciting and long-anticipated opening of Golden’s 1968 time capsule, which has been buried in front of Golden City Hall. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I with a day of celebration, programs, and free admission to the Golden History Museum. The Museum opens at 10 a.m. and ceremonies begin at 11 a.m

The Quilt Museum will host Sunday at the Museum from 2-4 tomorrow, with the intriguing name, “A Splash of Color: A Rainbow of Brilliant Black and White Quilts.”