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People in Park

Welcome neighbors and Highland visitors to the

160th Anniversary Celebration 

Potter Highlands

This month-long celebration kicks off on

June 4

10 AM


MCA @ The Holiday Theater

Tour the historic Holiday Theater ~

learn what programming MCA has coming up

parking available at North High School

come by to say Hello whether or not you're touring with us! 

10:15 AM

Tour Potter Highlands

(approximately 45 min)

maps and tour guides will be available -

you decide what's best for you and your group

*Guests may enjoy self-guided tours using 

our 160th Anniversary guide book - it's free!

11:15 AM

Leevers Locavore

Ice Cream and Refreshments available for all!

160th Anniversary guide book available here for free!

11:15 AM

** Part II of Tour Potter Highlands available

for interested parties

ends at North High School parking lot

thanks to our sponsors

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Potter Highlands National Historic District

160th Anniversary Day Proclamation

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HUNI is hosting a special Clean Up on June 17 that is dedicated to

our Potter Highlands historic district. This event is a wonderful way

to support your community as a family, a book club or as volunteers in 

the spirit of your business. Please join us!

Please join us to learn more about this historic neighborhood as we celebrate this historic milestone:

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Vittoria Ensemble

Chamber Choir

Saturday, June 17



Gardens of St. Elizabeth

2835 W. 32nd Avenue

Performance of

sacred music

Home Construction

The Care and Keeping

of your Historic Home

Thursday, June 22

6:00 pm


The Lumber Baron

2555 W. 37th Avenue

Lecture presented by

Historic Denver


History of Highland presentation: Highland, Denver's First Suburb

Wednesday, July 12


The Kirk of Highland

3011 Vallejo Street

Presented by

Dr. Rebecca Hunt, long time

Highlands resident and Retired

Associate Professor CTT

Director Museum Studies and

Material Culture at

University of Colorado, Denver

Ethnic Tapestries

History of Highland presentation: Highland, was a Ethnic Mecca

Wednesday, August 9


The Kirk of Highland

3011 Vallejo Street

Presented by

Dr. Rebecca Hunt

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