Contact: Debby McAllister; firstname.lastname@example.org
May 1, 2018 Castlewood Canyon
Main Entrance-2989 S State Hwy 83, Franktown, CO 80116
Entry fee required, drive past entrance gate and look for other painters at different overlooks.
May 8, 2018 Plains Center-Aurora
21901 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80013
The Plains Conservation Center is an outdoor education facility and state-designated natural area in Aurora, Colorado.
May 15, 2018- Silo Park- Greenwood Village
9300 E.Orchard Road- This location features gardens and trails with some nice views
May 22, 2018- Evans School- Downtown Denver
1115 Acoma St, Denver, CO 80204
May 29, 2018 Wonderview Tower
Join us for our 2nd annual paint out at Wonderview Tower Its on the Frontage road of I-70 90 minutes east of Denver, but worth the drive. Bring your lunch and we'll have a picnic after painting.
Genoa, Colorado Eastern Plains http://www.westword.com/news/wonder-view-tower-changes-hands-can-this-roadside-attraction-be-saved-7462726
Back in 1926, when Charles Gregory built his Wonder View Tower on a hill rising 5,751 feet above the small plains town of Genoa, Colorado, he swore that you could see six different states from the deck at the top. That claim was backed up by Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, and in 1934 the U.S. Geological Society reportedly confirmed that the tower’s peak was the highest point between Denver and New York City.
June 5, Curtis Park- Urban landscape
The neighborhood just to the northeast of downtown Denver, now called Curtis Park for the city park in its midst, is the creation of the city's first golden age, that time between 1870, when the railroad came to town, and 1893, when the Silver Crash brought a rude end to Denver's early prosperity. During that brief period, the rate of Denver's population growth was higher than that of any other city in the country. From a modest 4,759 in 1870, just twenty years later, in 1890, the city had 106,713 inhabitants.
Meet near 2501 California St. and we'll spread out from there.
June 12, Staunton State Park
12102 S Elk Creek Rd, Pine, CO 80470
Staunton State Park is a Colorado state park in Park and Jefferson counties, located 6 miles west of Conifer, Colorado. The 3,908-acre park, which opened on May 18, 2013, includes dramatic rock outcroppings, several streams and a waterfall. Meet in the first parking lot at 9 am and we can hike and sketch.June 19, Audubon Center, Deer Creek Canyon