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galleries, three classrooms and an outdoor
courtyard. Educational programs include
summer camps in history, art and science,
and evening lectures and concerts.
ater, history programs, dance, special
events, a volunteer program, and an arts
outreach grant program. More than
400,000 people participate in its programs
or attend its events annually. Facilities
include Bicentennial Art Center, Aurora Fox
Arts Center and the Aurora History Museum.
Film Festival. In partnership with the
University of Colorado at Denver’s College
of Arts & Media, the society operates the
Starz Film Center, which showcases art
and independent cinema daily.
Mizel Center for Arts and
Culture at the JCC
350 S. Dahlia St.
The Mizel Center illuminates the human
experience through creative and cultural
programs in the performing, visual and
literary arts for the Jewish community
and the community at large. Major
programs include the Leah Cohen
Festival of Jewish Books and Authors,
the Mellon Financial Denver Jewish Film
Festival, and the Denver Children’s
Theatre. Craft a creative summer experience for your child at our theater and
art camps, or mix-n-match with JCC
sports camps. Visual arts and pottery
classes are available for adults.
Colorado Chautauqua Association
900 Baseline Road
This association preserves the site and perpetuates the spirit of the historic Chautauqua
in Boulder by building community through
unique cultural, educational, social and
recreational experiences. The association
also hosts a film and concert series from May
to September in Chautauqua venues.
Denver Film Society
1725 Blake St.
Founded in 1978, the society is one of the
premier cultural arts institutions in the Rocky
Mountain region. It offers year-round
cinematic programming and special
events that reach more than 150,000
film-lovers annually. Its season includes film
festivals throughout the year, including the
award-winning Starz Denver International
Lakewood Heritage, Culture
and the Arts
470 S. Allison Pkwy.
The City of Lakewood offers a variety of
cultural programs, classes, exhibits,
performances and interactive learning
experiences. Its facilities include
Lakewood’s Heritage Center, a 20th century museum with more than 30,000
artifacts and an amphitheater; Washington
Heights Arts Center, a renovated early
20th century schoolhouse that hosts cultural
arts and dance classes for all ages; and
the Lakewood Cultural Center, which has
a 300-seat theater, gallery/exhibit space
Robert E. Loup Jewish
Community Center (JCC)
350 S. Dahlia St.
For more than 80 years, the JCC has offered
social, recreational and educational programs to the community. The center and its
programs are open to individuals and families regardless of religion, ethnicity, gender,
sexual orientation or ability to pay. JCC offers
programs for all ages and interests, including
fitness and tennis centers, day camps, a preschool, programs and special events.
Longmont Museum and Cultural Center
400 Quail Road
The city of Longmont’s historic museum and
cultural center are at home in a $6 million,
24,000-square-foot facility with four exhibit
Town Hall Arts Center
2450 W. Main St.
From theater productions to gallery
shows, Town Hall Arts Center is Littleton’s
cultural center for the performing and