Helping Horses and Dining with Neighbors

Horse Protection League

Do you like horses? The Horse Protection League at the historic Churches Ranch is looking for new board members. Join them and help with their mission to find new homes for horses. You don’t need to be a horse expert–just have a desire to help. If you are interested, please submit a short biography (200 words or less) to by November 8th.  Learn more about the Horse Protection League….

Makers Guild – 12:30-2:30 at the Library
Calling all makers! Have a project idea but not all the tools? Want to learn a new skill? Golden’s DIY Lab gives you a place to meet other tinkerers and use our Maker Space to work on your latest project. Become part of a like-minded community of adults while exploring the possibilities, from fiber arts to hand tools to robotics. Suitable for: Adults

Flavors of Golden
Don’t forget tonight’s Flavors of Golden potluck at the Masonic Lodge (map), from 5-7. This dinner was organized to provide Golden people from different backgrounds to meet and talk to each other, so you are most definitely invited! Bring a dish to share.

City Meetings
The Historic Preservation Board will meet tomorrow night at 6:30 in City Council Chambers. They will be asked to approve a second floor addition to a pre-1873 house at 810 10th Street in the 8th and 9th Street Historic District.  See the meeting packet for more information….

The Parks, Recreation, and Museums Board meets Tuesday night at the Community Center. Not a lot of details are available. This is the entire agenda: 1. Crime Prevention – Park Rules Discussion 2. Special Interest Group Process Discussion.

Do you still have a ballot sitting around your house?  Tuesday is election day, and your ballot must be in by 6PM Tuesday.  It’s too late to mail it, but there’s ballot box in the vestibule at City Hall (map), which is accessible 24 hours a day.  If you have ever groused about anything regarding Golden and you have not voted…well, you’re not entitled to grouse.  Check out the City Council candidates, pick the one you like, and VOTE.

Ward 1
Robert W. Reed
Micah Allen

Ward 2
Deborah Ann Deal
Paul Haseman
Daniel Sung
Josh Thompson

Ward 3
Jim Dale

Ward 4
Mikey Sheridan
Laura Weinberg

This page shows which ward you live in.  This is also your opportunity to vote on the solar garden and school board members.