Check out JPUN’s July Newsletter!

Dog Days of Summer / Community Potluck – Brought to you by Urban Vet Care & Jefferson Park United Neighbors Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 5:30 pm at the Jefferson Park Pavilion.  Come meet your 2- and 4-legged friends and neighbors for a community potluck. You can bring a side dish, dessert or whatever food you’d like to share. For our 4-legged friends, we’ll have free pet grooming, a puppy pool, treats and pet-related vendors. The event is in conjunction with National Night Out and Denver Days to help neighbors get to know each other and get involved with their community. 

Music at Jefferson Park –  The weather couldn’t have been more perfect as The Highland Ramblers kicked off the 6th year of Music@JeffersonPark Concert Series. Both prompted a record crowd who were wowed by a lively performance. As if not special enough, the band held an acoustic encore sing along in the middle of the park to the delight of both young and old.

Save the date – July 23rd 5:00-8:00 pm. Get ready for a steady mix of blues, rock and folk from Max Mackey Band featuring founding members of  THUNK and Peak2Peak.

W23rd Bike Lane Extension – Denver Public Works is planning to extend the Bike Lane on 23rd Avenue. The Neighborhood will lose 5 parking spots. JPUN asked the City to examine recapturing those 5 parking spots nearby, without losing, or minimizing loss of, “A” residential permitted spots. If you have comments or questions, please contact Rachael Bronson of Denver Public Works at 720.865.265 or rachael.bronson@denvergov.org.

Become a Part of the Story – We are always looking for content for our newsletter, please send any pet of the month, neighbor of the month, picture this photos, and general stories to newsletter@jpun.org.

Volunteers Needed – Volunteers are needed to help deliver copies of the newsletter.  If you are interested please contact Brooke Bailey at kromer2036@yahoo.com

JPUN News Jul 2017

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