Events

Events


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Highland Haunt

October 29, 2016, 11-3

The 9th Annual Highland Haunt is Denver’s best Halloween Celebration! Visit us on the web at www.HighlandHaunt.com

 

 

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Elitch Movie Series

2016 Dates and Films:

June 10 – Raiders of the Lost Ark
June 24 – Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure
July 8 – Jaws
July 22 – Hairspray

RE/MAX Professionals is proud to partner with The Historic Elitch Theatre Foundation to host their Summer Film Series. This family friendly film series is a highlight of the year for our community and we hope you can join us for summer of films! All of the films feature Historic Elitch Theatre alumni. So bring your blankets and lawn-chairs and bring your friends and family too, and join us for an evening under the stars and help us raise funds to continue the restoration of the magnificent Historic Elitch Theatre! For more details visit https://historicelitchtheatre.org/events/

 

 

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First Fridays on Tennyson

2016 Dates:
May 6, June 3, August 5, September 2

Come hang out with RE/MAX Professionals for our First Friday Parking Lot Parties! Live music and VIP Beer Garden are complimentary (beer provided by our friends at Rock Bottom Brewery/16th St Mall), and grilled pizza is available for purchase from Infinitus Pie. The party begins at 6 at 3870 Tennyson and goes till sundown. Make sure to visit all the wonderful shops and restaurants along Tennyson Street!

 

 

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History of Highland Lecture Series

2016 remaining dates:
Our Merciful Savior Episcopal Church, 2222 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211
Stay tuned for more details

The History of Highland Series was begun as a way to educate neighbors and residents throughout the NW Denver area on the history and uniqueness of our amazing neighborhoods. The series is presented 3 times per calendar year, and has covered such topics as Women of Highland, Churches of Highland, the Schools of Highland, Living in our Historic Neighborhoods, and the origins and history of the Highland neighborhood and those who influenced her development. Meetings have been hosted and historic venues such as The Lumber Baron Inn and the chapel at the Gardens at St. Elizabeth.