Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals, Denver, CO - perryandco.comPerry & Co. Real Estate Professionals has compiled this list of 2014 Denver Colorado July 4th Fireworks Displays for your convenience.

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Denver - Civic Center Park/Downtown: July 3 8pm-10pm Civic Center Park on Facebook Colfax & Broadway. Independence Eve details. Colorado Symphony concert and Fireworks. CBS Channel 4 will broadcast the event live and it will take place rain or shine.

Denver FireworksDenver – Coors Field: July 3 & 4 6pm-10pm Contact: 303-292-0200 coloradorockies.com Coors Field Neighborhood Lodo 2001 Blake St Denver , CO 80205 Fireworks after the Rockies vs Los Angeles Dodgers games both nights.

Denver – Denver Country Club July 4 9:30pm Historically the DCC opens their east gate across from Bed, Bath & Beyond about 8:30 to allow friends to watch the fireworks show from the fairway. If not, the best place to watch is north of the Country Club along 1st Ave.

Denver – Elitch Gardens: July 4 9pm elitchgardens.com Fireworks around 9:00.

Denver – Invesco Field: July 4 7pm denveroutlaws.com Contact: 720-258-3000 Invesco Field at Mile High 1701 Bryant St. Denver, CO 80204 Fireworks after Outlaws vs Boston Cannons lacrosse game – Tickets to game starting at $25.

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Jennifer SchellJennifer Schell has been promoted to Managing Broker from her current position of Staff Manager at Perry & Co. She will manage the brokers at all Perry & Co.’s Denver offices helping them with their real estate transactions as well as provide on-going training in sales and contract issues.

Jennifer started her real estate career in 2002 at Perry & Co. as a Real Estate Assistant.  This experience taught her every facet of real estate by working with the top producers in the company.  Wanting to become a contract expert, Jennifer acquired a formal and more in-depth education in 2004.  She got her real estate license and began to sell, along with maintaining her full-time career as a Real Estate Assistant.  In 2012, she acquired her Employing Broker License to further her education and her knowledge of the ever-increasing complexity of the real estate industry.  Her work ethic and attitude were rewarded in 2012 when she was asked to take on the role of Staff Manager for Perry & Co.

Jennifer Schell is awarded the Denver Metro Association of Realtors Roundtable of Excellence Support Person of the YearEarlier this month, Jennifer received the broker- and peer-nominated Denver Metro Association of Realtors® Round Table of Excellence 2013 Support Person of the Year Award for her service to the brokers and staff at Perry & Co.

“In her twelve years with Perry & Co. Jennifer has consistently demonstrated her ability, and desire, to take new challenges and responsibilities head on. She truly knows her stuff and now the time is right for Jennifer to lead our Realtors,” said Jon Larrance, COO of Perry & Co.

The brokers and staff welcomed Jennifer with a rousing round of applause at the announcement. “I’m thrilled to enter a new phase with Jennifer Schell at our helm. Jennifer has been my right hand support for twelve years. Now everyone else will experience the benefit of her calm expertise,” said Barb Perry, the company’s top producer. “I’m delighted to be working with Jennifer. It’s so impressive that she has the support from everyone here and I know she has the talent to be a terrific managing broker,” agreed Sandy Colling, broker and sales manager for the company’s DTC office.

A Colorado native and University of Colorado graduate, Jennifer has direct experience in the Denver Metro area.  Born and raised in Lakewood, Jennifer’s clients span from Boulder to Lakewood, (Solterra and Green Mountain), Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, Parker, Castle Rock, Central Denver and Lowry which has given her great knowledge of neighborhoods throughout the Metro area. She appreciates Perry & Co.’s association with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International™. Perry & Co. is one of only two companies in the Metro area affiliated with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, the largest consortium of private real estate companies representing more home sales volume than any national real estate network. Perry & Co. is the exclusive Denver Metro affiliate of Luxury Portfolio, a collection of over 200 global real estate companies who specialize in luxury properties.


Claire AverillClaire Averill a leading REALTOR with Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals has been recognized by the South Metro Denver REALTOR® Association (SMDRA) as a 2013 Diamond Circle Club Member. SMDRA held its second annual Diamond Circle Awards celebration on Friday, April 4, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center.

Diamond Circle Club recipients for 2013 must meet the minimum requirement of $3 million in total sales volume or 20 real estate transactions to qualify for the prestigious 2013 Diamond Club Member recognition. SMDRA is a non-profit trade association that provides real estate professionals with the resources they need to help them grow and prosper in the highly competitive real estate business.

“We are pleased to recognize Claire as a Diamond Circle Club Member for 2013,” said Dale Carroll, 2014 President of SMDRA. “She has demonstrated a sincere dedication to the real estate business, old-fashioned hard work, and superior customer service to achieve success regardless of market conditions. We are proud to have Claire as a member of our association.”

Claire Averill at SMDRA AwardsA real estate agent is a Realtor® when he or she is a member of the local, state, and National Association of Realtors®, NAR, The Voice for Real Estate and the world’s largest professional association.  The term “Realtor” is a registered collective membership mark that identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the NAR and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics and they hold themselves to a higher standard of business from other licensed agents in the real estate industry.  Only real estate licensees who are members of the Realtor® Association are properly called Realtors®.

Claire has lived in the Denver area for over 30 years. She worked in the telecommunications industry for over a decade before beginning her full-time career in real estate in 2001 with Perry & Co. Her business background and acumen quickly enabled Claire to master the complexity of the real estate transaction process and she has been in the top 10% of Perry and Co.’s production since she began. She attributes her success to experience with the market and caring about her clients needs. Her experience ranges from assisting clients moving to Colorado and to those who are relocating out of state. She has successfully negotiated transactions from large ranches and horse property to single-family homes and condos/townhomes throughout the Metro area. She is constantly building her real estate education and knowledge and currently holds several designations: as a Graduate of the Real Estate Institute (GRI), for working with international clients (CIPS), and Seniors (SFR), and as a Certified Negotiations specialist, (CNE).


Perry & Co. recently welcomed two new broker associates and Realtors®, Audrey Huntzinger, to the Cherry Creek headquarters and Christine Trigg to the DTC Landmark office. “Audrey and Christine bring an international savvy to our brokerage. Both have lived abroad and understand the process involved in making a move to another country and coming home again,” said Jon Larrance, COO & Relocation Director of Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals. Audrey has lived and worked in Europe, Asia, the South Pacific and Canada while Christine lived in Spain and is fluent Audrey Huntzinger in Spanish. “As Denver becomes an international hub for business and tourism, it’s so important to work with brokers who have a global perspective. Audrey and Christine broaden our horizons and bring unique skills to their clients; we’re thrilled to have them join us,” Larrance continued.

Having lived all over the world, Audrey Huntzinger knows what it is to move family and belongings from one place to another. She is prepared to help clients ask the additional important questions when thinking about making a move. “What about school and medical care? Where are the good restaurants and groovy places to hang out? Where can I practice yoga or play tennis? How will I make friends? These are the questions I asked myself and I want to make sure my clients think about all aspects of their move, too,” says Audrey. She understands that making a move – whether it’s across town or from overseas – is a process, not just a transaction, and she focuses on helping clients with the transition. Her love of architecture and her design degree help her to key into the type of home and neighborhood to suit her clients’ personalities and style.

Christine TriggYears of international negotiations have given Christine Trigg the skills to look for, and create, mutual understanding between all parties. Her background translates beautifully to real estate, and she uses these skills to ensure that her clients arrive successfully at the closing table. The hallmarks of Christine’s service are her ability to build rapport with all types of people, her ingenuity, and the ability to recognize and meet her client’s needs. Christine speaks fluent Spanish and looks forward to working with clients who, while comfortable speaking conversational English will also appreciate understanding contractual information if their native tongue is Spanish. “¡Dígame cómo puedo ayudarle! Las transacciones de bienes raíces pueden ser intimidantes. Tengo muchos años de experiencia en negociaciones bilingües y te puedo aconsejar en cada paso del camino,” says Christine.


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Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals has compiled this list of 2013 Metro Denver Front Range Colorado July 4th Fireworks Displays for your convenience. In fact, for 2013 we’ve included virtually every other town in the state.
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Aurora: July 4 9:30pm Contact: 303-739-7756 auroragov.org Aurora Municipal Center 15151 E. Alameda Pkwy. Aurora , CO 80012 Fireworks display on Great lawn (west side of Aurora Municipal Center) with patriotic music simulcast provided by KEZW radio AM 1430. Food and beverage booths.

Arvada: July 4 3pm-10pm Contact: 720-898-7000 arvada.org Stenger/Lutz Complex – W 58th Ave & Oak St. Arvada, CO. Various activities, events for children, food, live music, and more. 25 mins of Fireworks at 9pm. KOOL105 to simulcast a music medley choreographed for the fireworks display.

Aspen: CANCELLED aspenchamber.org  

Luixury Portfolio InternationalBoulder: July 4 8:00pm boulder4thofjuly.com Folsom Field Gates open at 8:00 PM and the Fireworks start at dark. Come early and enjoy the Monarch High School Marching Band, the Boulder Parks and Open Space Singing Rangers, Mad Hops and Ralphie.

Breckenridge July 4 9:30pm townofbreckenridge.com Fireworks will be set off from the center of town and will be visible throughout Breckenridge. 

Brighton: July 4 9pm brightonco.gov Carmichael Park 500 S. 4th Ave. Brighton, CO. Concert & Fireworks around 9pm

Broomfield: July 4 5:30pm broomfield.org Contact: 303-464-5509 Broomfield County Commons Park 13200 Sheridan Blvd. Broomfield, CO 80020 Various family activities, free concert by FACE & Soul X. Fireworks around 9:15

Castle Rock CANCELLED crgov.com

Colorado Springs: July 4 5-10pm csphilharmonic.org  The evening will include food, drink, and fun for the whole family. Colorado Springs Philharmonic at 7:30 concluding with thunderous fireworks over Memorial Park.

Commerce City: July 4 7:30pm-10pm Contact: 303-727-3500 coloradorapids.com Dick’s Sporting Goods Park 6000 Victory Way Commerce City, CO 80022 Fireworks following the home Rapids vs New York Red Bulls soccer game. Tickets start at $29.

Cripple Creek: Postponed visitcripplecreek.com 

Denver FireworksDenver - Civic Center Park/Downtown: July 3 8pm-10pm Civic Center Park on Facebook Colfax & Broadway. Independence Eve details. Colorado Symphony concert and Fireworks. CBS Channel 4 will broadcast the event live and it will take place rain or shine.

Denver – Coors FieldJuly 3 & 4 6pm-10pm Contact: 303-292-0200 coloradorockies.com Coors Field Neighborhood Lodo 2001 Blake St Denver , CO 80205 Fireworks after the Rockies vs Los Angeles Dodgers games both nights.

Denver – Denver Country Club July 4 9:30pm Historically the DCC opens their east gate across from Bed, Bath & Beyond about 8:30 to allow friends to watch the fireworks show from the fairway. If not, the best place to watch is north of the Country Club along 1st Ave.

Denver – Elitch Gardens: July 4 9pm elitchgardens.com Fireworks around 9:00.

Denver – Invesco Field: July 4 7pm denveroutlaws.com Contact: 720-258-3000 Invesco Field at Mile High 1701 Bryant St. Denver, CO 80204 Fireworks after Outlaws vs New York Lizards lacrosse game – Tickets to game starting at $10.

Dillon/Frisco: July 4 7:15-10pm townoffrisco.com Marina Park at 902 East Main Street Cody Canada and the Departed concert at 7:15pm followed by fireworks at 9:30pm.  Music simulcast on Krystal 93 FM.

Durango: July 4 9pm durango.com Fireworks at dusk over Vallecito Lake  

Edgewater CANCELLED edgewaterco.com

Englewood: July 4 3pm-10pm Contact: 303-762-2300 englewoodgov.org Belleview Park (near the corner of Windermere and Belleview) 5001 S. Inca Dr., CO 80110 Field games, activities, and live entertainment from 3 – 9 pm. The grand finale is Fireworks at 9:30 pm.

Estes Park: July 4 9:30pm  visitestespark.com Fireworks over Lake Estes at 9:30 pm

Evergreen: CANCELLED

Firestone: July 4 10am-10pm ci.firestone.co.us Miners Park, 226 Grant Ave. Live music through the day starting at 11am. Fireworks at 9:30pm at Saddleback Golf Club

Fort Carson: CANCELLED

Fort Collins: July 4 11am – 10pm fcgov.com Live music, a beer garden and good ole American fun in the Town Square. The Honey Gitters opening for Ft. Collins Symphony at 6pm. Fireworks shot over City Park Lake at 9:35pm.

Glendale: July 3 9:00pm glendale.co.us The fireworks will be fired from Creekside Park, but are visible at various viewing locations throughout the City. The best viewing is at Cherry and Exposition.

Glendale – Four Mile Historic Park: July 4 10am-4pm fourmilehistoricpark.org Four Mile Historic Park 715 S. Forest St. Denver, CO 80246 Various activities, games, music, etc. but no fireworks show.

Golden July 4 12:30pm-10pm goldenlionsclub.org Lions Park 1300 10th St & Maple St. Golden, CO 80401 Children’s activities, free rides, face painting, food, live music all day. Fireworks at 9:30pm – but some sources are listing  this as cancelled

Grand Junction: July 4 9:45pm gjcity.org  Tickets are available at the Parks & Recreation Office 1340 Gunnison Avenue (970) 254-3866

Grand Lake, Fraser, Winter Park: July 4 10pm grandlakechamber.com  Fireworks over Grand Lake at 10pm.

Greeley: July 4 10pm greeleystampede.org Parade at 9am. Live music starting at 11am. Fireworks following the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra starting at 8pm at Stampede Park.

Greenwood Village: No Fireworks planned greenwoodvillage.com

Green Valley Ranch: No Fireworks planned gvrco.com

Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals, Denver, CO - perryandco.comHighlands Ranch: Fireworks Rescheduled  hrcaonline.org Directly across from Town Center, at the intersection of Highlands Ranch Parkway & Blake Dr. Highlands Ranch Town Center, and Civic Green Park are great locations to watch the show. Balloon Twisters, Face Painters, Vern’s Mini Train, Hayrack Rides, Games & Inflatables, parades, 5k and 3 live bands.

Indian Hills CANCELLED indianhillsfirerescue.org Events begin with a pancake breakfast, followed by an Air Life helicopter fly-in and display, a traditional parade, food vendors including a beer garden, and live musical entertainment beginning in the late afternoon.

Kiowa: CANCELLED

La Junta: July 4 8:30-9:30pm Fireworks at the La Junta Rodeo Grounds 

LakewoodCANCELLED lakewoodonparade.org

Littleton – Belleview Park: July 4 3pm-10pm Contact: 303-762-2300 englewoodgov.org Belleview Park (near the corner of Windermere and Belleview) 5001 S. Inca Dr., CO 80110 Field games, activities, and live entertainment from 3 – 9 pm.The grand finale is Fireworks at 9:30 pm.

Luxury Portfolio InternationalLittleton – Hudson Gardens: July 3rd 7pm hudsongardens.org 6115 S Santa Fe Dr. Fireworks to follow the Super Diamond concert. Tickets $25.

Lone TreeCANCELLED cityoflonetree.com Sweetwater Park 8300 1/2 Sweetwater Rd. Lone Tree, CO Residents from Lone Tree and Acres Green are invited to attend Lone Tree’s 16th Annual Independence Day Celebration. Wristbands are required for entry . Enjoy live music and a huge variety of activities including, quad bungee trampolines, climbing walls, face painters, caricature artists, airbrush artists, inflatables, clowns, petting zoo and our popular Celebration Hat making activity. Fireworks at 9:15pm

Longmont: July 4 9:30pm ci.longmont.co.us Boulder County Fairgrounds located at Hover & Boston. Fireworks at 9:30pm.

Louisville: July 4 6-10pm louisvilleco.gov At Coal Creek Golf Course, 585 West Dillon Road. Face painting and balloon animals for the kids. Music by Boulder Concert Band. Free shuttle bus service provided from 6 to 11PM from the Louisville Recreation Center & Home Depot parking lots.

Loveland: July 4 8pm ci.loveland.co.us Contact: (970) 962-2727 Celebrations at North Lake Park located at the corner of Taft Ave & 29th St. An 80+ member band will play patriotic favorites culminating with the fireworks show at 9:17pm.

Manitou Springs: CANCELLED.

Monument: CANCELLED.  

Morrison: July 4 3pm-10pm bandimere.com Bandimere Speedway 3051 S. Rooney Rd Morrison, CO Fireworks * Jet Cars * Drag Racing * Troop Salute * Games * Rides * Music * Contests * Magicians *Food * Show * Car Toys Aftershock Stage with live entertainment * More! Fireworks at 9:45pm. Tickets $22.

Northglenn: July 4 6:30am-10:30pm Contact: 303-450-8800 northglenn.org EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park 11801 Community Center Dr. Northglenn, CO 80233 Patriotic Pooch Parade, 4-mile and ½ mile runs, military recognition, Bike, Trike and Wheelchair Parade and live music. Fireworks at 9:30pm

ParkerCANCELLED parkeronline.org Contact: 303-841-0353 Salisbury Park, 9200 Motsenbocker Rd in Parker. Live music. Food vendors and children’s activities.

Steamboat Springs July 4 7-9:30pm steamboatchamber.com Lots of activities all day long starting at 7am and culminating with Firework Show at Howelsen Hill at 9:00pm.

Superior: July 4 7am-12pm townofsuperior.com Contact: 303-544-0359 Community Park 1500 Coalton Rd. Superior, CO Superior Downhill Mile race, parade, pancake breakfast, live music. No mention of Fireworks.

Telluride: CANCELLED visittelluride.com 

Thornton: July 4 5pm-10pm cityofthornton.net 108th & Colorado Blvd at Thorton Multipurpose Fields. Beer Garden & Food Vendors, Kory Brunson Band at 7:30pm. Fireworks at 9:40pm

Vail: July 4 9:30pm vailamericadays.com Fireworks will take place downtown Vail Village at dusk (Approx. 9:30pm). Fireworks will be synchronized to a to a powerful musical soundtrack.

Westminster: July 4 6-9:30pm Contact: 303-430-2400 ext. 2223 ci.westminster.co.us Westminster City Park 10455 Sheridan Blvd. Westminster, CO Concert by Heartbeat at 7pm, food vendors. Fireworks at 9:15pm.

Windsor: July 4 7-10pm. windsorgov.com Fireworks show over Windsor Lake will follow the 7pm The Jurassicasters concert at dark.

Woodland Park: July 4 9:30pm city-woodlandpark.org Fireworks from Memorial Park can been seen from anywhere within the City starting at approximately 9:30.

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The old cliché of the overbearing landlord and dissatisfied tenant is too often considered a harsh reality. However, this only happens if both parties let it be true – it doesn’t have to be this way at all. Landlords and tenants can have pleasant relationships if they take the right measures. It will make for better business for the property manager and a better living situation for the tenant.

1. Be Upfront with Rules in the Beginning

Before a tenant moves in to rental, the landlord and tenant should make sure they are on the same page. This means going over the lease with a tenant is crucial to setting the right tone for the relationship.

Often tenants feel blindsided by stipulations that are covered in the lease but never addressed by the landlord. Going line by line through the lease can clear up all of the regulations and prevent nasty surprises on either end. This will prevent any potential disputes as to what the rules of the rentals are and can promote dialogue with any subtle discrepancies that may arise later on.

2. Make Yourself Available

When problems with the rental arise, not being able to get ahold of their landlord can be very frustrating. Property managers need to make it a priority to be available when their tenants need them. This often comes up with maintenance issues. Responding quickly is also important. Replying to urgent requests in a timely matter shows that the landlord is committed to insuring a safe and stable environment for the tenant, as promised with their lease agreement.

Tenants should also have a direct way to contact their landlord. A phone number, e-mail address, and mailing address should all be provided to a tenant. Some landlords may even opt to use social media platforms with tenants as well, but this should really only be used if the landlord intends to check it regularly and does not use it to publicly call out a tenant.

3. Respect Privacy

One of the biggest grievances a tenant can have with their landlord is if the landlord enters the home without notice or while the tenant is away. Many see this as an evasion of privacy and can be the catalyst for a lawsuit. It is important to always call ahead and clarify with the tenant when a good time for you to come by would be.

Even when the tenant has been given a warning that you are going to be entering the home, it is important that you make as little disruption to the space as possible. In some cases, you may have to move things to access pipes, circuit breakers, etc. but it is crucial that you put everything back where it was when you got there. Letting the tenant know you had to move things before they ask can also reassure them that they can trust you and they will appreciate the sentiment.

4. Go Out of Your Way

When you are aware of something that needs to be done for the rental and the tenant hasn’t reported yet, offering up to fix it first can be a great way to show your tenant you are willing to go above and beyond to make the effort.

Replacing aging fixtures, built-in furniture and improving the yard are just a few examples of things that could be instigated by the landlord. With things that directly hinder tenant lifestyle, these things should be taken care of immediately and the tenant should alert you in this case. However for things which simply improve the quality and aesthetic, the landlord can also instigate developments.

5. Check In (But Don’t Be Overbearing)

Making it a point to check in once a month or once a quarter is a good way to make sure your tenant’s needs are being met and that they are satisfied with their service. You should take note on how you can improve; often this can carry over to other tenant’s as well. This all can be done via a phone call, email, or whatever the tenant is most comfortable with.

Keep check-ins at a reasonable frequency, keeping to a prescheduled pattern as much as possible. Calling a tenant up every week is overbearing and shows distrust with the tenant. If it is something routine, then it can be assumed that it is protocol. If a landlord is calling of the time to see how the house is it’s assumed he or she thinks the tenant is doing something wrong.

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Perry & Co. Realtors has announced that President & Managing Broker Heather Parness has resigned effective June 16, 2012. Heather joined the company in September of 2009.

As President & Managing Broker of Perry & Co. Heather oversaw Realtor productivity, regulatory adherence and agent recruiting.

I am appreciative of the opportunity to have worked for Perry & Co., and having worked with Don Larrance,” said Ms. Parness.

Perry & Co. CEO R. Don Larrance said, “We enjoyed our association with Heather and wish her every success in her future career.”

Perry & Co. management has yet to name a replacement. Company COO Jon Larrance, and a committee of company agents, are currently conducting a statewide search for a replacement, and in fact have identified several suitable candidates. In the meantime, Don Larrance will resume the role of Managing Broker, a position he held at the Denver Metro real estate company for roughly 20 years prior to 2009.

 

 


Perry & Co. south Denver metro real estate agents gathered at the DTC/Belleview Promenade office to say good-bye to their neighbors of 10 years in preparation for their move to The Village Shops at The Landmark in July. They delivered potted geraniums with farewell cards describing the location of the new office.

We’re excited about our move, but we’ll miss our nice neighbors,” said Kim Hutchins, Perry & Co. Broker Associate who delivered flowers to Fleur de Lis gift shop.

Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals is moving to The Village Shops at The Landmark into a larger space which will provide a brighter work environment and more opportunity for expansion.

We couldn’t be more thrilled about moving to The Landmark because of the active night life and weekend activity there,” said D.J. “Sandy” Colling, Perry & Co. DTC/South Suburban office Sales Manager.

The new address will be 5425 Landmark Place #F-104, Greenwood Village, CO 80111. All company phone numbers remain the same with 303-399-7777 staying the main company number.


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(UPDATED 7/3) Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals has compiled this list of 2012 Metro Denver Front Range Colorado July 4th Fireworks Displays for your convenience.  And if you Love this list please “Like” us on Facebook!

Here’s a quick list from 9News.com of cancelled and not cancelled Colorado shows. See below for more detailed information.

Aurora: July 4 9:30pm Contact: 303-739-7756 auroragov.org Aurora Municipal Center 15151 E. Alameda Pkwy. Aurora , CO 80012 FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Arvada: July 4 3pm-10pm Contact: 720-898-7000 arvada.org Stenger/Lutz Complex – W 58th Ave & Oak St. Arvada, CO. Various activities, events for children, food, live music, and more. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Boulder CANCELLED

Breckenridge CANCELLED

Brighton: July 4 9pm brightonco.gov Friendship Park S. 8th St. & Southern St. Brighton, CO. Concert & Fireworks around 9pm

Broomfield: July 4 7pm broomfield.org Contact: 303-464-5509 Broomfield County Commons Park 13200 Sheridan Blvd. Broomfield, CO 80020 Various family activities, free concert by Soul School at 7pm. Fireworks around 9:15

Castle Rock CANCELLED

Commerce City: July 3 7pm-10pm Contact: 303-727-3500 coloradorapids.com Dick’s Sporting Goods Park 6000 Victory Way Commerce City, CO 80022 Fireworks following the home Rapids vs Vancouver Whitecaps soccer game. Tickets start at $22.

Denver  – Civic Center Park/Downtown: July 3 8pm-10pm Civic Center Park on Facebook Colfax & Broadway. Independence Eve details. Colorado Symphony concert and Fireworks. CBS Channel 4 will broadcast the event live and it will take place rain or shine.

Denver – Coors FieldJune 29 & 30 6pm-10pm Contact: 303-292-0200 coloradorockies.com Coors Field Neighborhood Lodo 2001 Blake St Denver , CO 80205 Fireworks after the Rockies vs San Diego Padres games both nights.


Denver – Denver Country Club CANCELLED

Denver – Invesco Field: July 3 7pm denveroutlaws.com Contact: 720-258-3000 Invesco Field at Mile High 1701 Bryant St. Denver, CO 80204 Fireworks after Outlaws vs Ohio Machine lacrosse game – Tickets to game starting at $15.

Edgewater CANCELLED

Englewood: July 4 3pm-10pm FIREWORKS CANCELLED Contact: 303-762-2300 englewoodgov.org Belleview Park (near the corner of Windermere and Belleview) 5001 S. Inca Dr., CO 80110 Field games, activities, and live entertainment from 3 – 9 pm.

Firestone: July 4 10am-10pm ci.firestone.co.us Miners Park, 226 Grant Ave. Live music through the day starting at 11am. Fireworks at 9:30pm at Saddleback Golf Club

Fort Collins: July 4 11am – 10pm fcgov.com Live music, a beer garden and good ole American fun in the Town Square. Fierce Bad Rabbits opening for Ft. Collins Symphony at 6pm. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Glendale – Infinity Park: FIREWORKS CANCELLED July 3 8:00pm glendale.co.us Infinity Park 950 S. Birch St. Glendale, CO 80246

Glendale – Four Mile Historic Park: July 4 10am-4pm fourmilehistoricpark.org Four Mile Historic Park 715 S. Forest St. Denver, CO 80246 Various activities, games, music, etc. but no fireworks show.

Golden July 4 12:30pm-10pm goldenlionsclub.org Lions Park 1300 10th St & Maple St. Golden, CO 80401 Children’s activities, free rides, face painting, food, live music all day. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Greeley: July 4 10pm greeleystampede.org Parade at 9am. Live music starting at 11am. Fireworks following the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra at 8pms at Stampede Park.

Greenwood Village: No Fireworks planned greenwoodvillage.com

Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals, Denver, CO - perryandco.comGreen Valley Ranch: July 4 8-9:30pm gvrco.com Green Valley Ranch Amphitheatre 4890 Argonne Way Denver, CO 80249 At Amphilitheater & Place. The Julius Show Concert, etc. Fireworks at 9:30.

Highlands Ranch: July 4 11am-10pm hrcaonline.org Directly across from Town Center, at the intersection of Highlands Ranch Parkway & Blake Dr. Highlands Ranch Town Center, and Civic Green Park are great locations to watch the show. Balloon Twisters, Face Painters, Vern’s Mini Train, Hayrack Rides, Games & Inflatables, parades, 5k and 3 live bands. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Indian Hills CANCELLED

Lakewood: July 3 3pm-10pm lakewoodonparade.org at Jefferson County Sports Stadium located at 500 Kipling St & 6th Ave. Art Activities, Games and Rides for the kids. Live Music (starting at 3pm), Arts & Crafts, Entertainment, and a Beer Garden for the adults. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Littleton – Belleview Park: July 4 3pm-10pm Contact: 303-762-2300 englewoodgov.org Belleview Park (near the corner of Windermere and Belleview) 5001 S. Inca Dr., CO 80110 Field games, activities, and live entertainment from 3 – 9 pm. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Littleton – Hudson Gardens:  July 3rd & 4th 7pm hudsongardens.org 6115 S Santa Fe Dr. Lee Greenwood concert on both nights. Tickets $29. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Lone Tree: July 4 3pm-10pm cityoflonetree.com Sweetwater Park 8300 1/2 Sweetwater Rd. Lone Tree, CO Residents from Lone Tree and Acres Green are invited to attend Lone Tree’s 15th Annual Independence Day Celebration. Wristbands are required for entry . Enjoy live music and a huge variety of activities including, quad bungee trampolines, climbing walls, face painters, caricature artists, airbrush artists, inflatables, clowns, petting zoo and our popular Celebration Hat making activity. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Longmont: July 4 9:30pm ci.longmont.co.us Boulder County Fairgrounds located at Hover & Boston. Fireworks at 9:30pm.

Louisville: CANCELLED

Loveland: July 4 8pm ci.loveland.co.us Contact: (970) 962-2727 Celebrations at North Lake Park located at the corner of Taft Ave & 29th St. An 80+ member band will play patriotic favorites culminating with the fireworks show at 9:17pm.

Morrison: July 4 3pm-10pm bandimere.com Bandimere Speedway 3051 S. Rooney Rd Morrison, CO Fireworks * Jet Cars * Drag Racing * Troop Salute * Games * Rides * Music * Contests * Magicians *Food * Show * Car Toys Aftershock Stage with live entertainment * More! FIREWORKS CANCELLED. Tickets $20.

Northglenn: July 4 6:30am-10:30pm Contact: 303-450-8800 northglenn.org EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park 11801 Community Center Dr. Northglenn, CO 80233 Patriotic Pooch Parade, 4-mile and ½ mile runs, military recognition, Bike, Trike and Wheelchair Parade and live music. Fireworks at 9:30pm

Parker: July 4 6-10pm parkeronline.org Contact: 303-841-0353 Salisbury Park, 9200 Motsenbocker Rd in Parker. Live music by Under the Radar, local rock and pop band from 6 to 7 p.m., Rocky Mountain Brassworks 35-piece brass band from 7 to 8 p.m. and Buckstein’s country favorites from 8 to 9:30 p.m.  Food vendors and children’s activities. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Steamboat Springs CANCELLED

Superior: July 4 7am townofsuperior.com Contact: 303-544-0359 Community Park 1500 Coalton Rd. Superior, CO Superior Downhill Mile race, parade, pancake breakfast. FIREWORKS CANCELLED

Thornton: July 4 5pm-10pm 5 p.m. cityofthornton.net 108th & Colorado Blvd at Thorton Multipurpose Fields. Beer Garden & Food Vendors, Thornton Community Band 7:50pm, Longmont Symphony Orchestra 9:30pm. Fireworks at 9:40pm

Westminster: July 4 6-9:45pm Contact: 303-430-2400 ext. 2223 ci.westminster.co.us Westminster City Park 10455 Sheridan Blvd. Westminster, CO Concert by Boogielicious at 7pm, food vendors.  FIREWORKS CANCELLED.

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