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Ducky Derby & Farmers Market - August 23
The 24th Annual Rotary Ducky Derby and Street Festival, which was cancelled in June because of the covid-19 crisis, is now scheduled for Sun., August 23 in Castle Rock. Tickets for the Ducky Derby can be purchased online at ro-, or from any
Rotarian. Tickets also will be sold outside of Castle Rock King Soopers store on most weekends and Sundays at the Farmers’ Market. Tickets cost $5 a piece or  ve tickets for $20. See full details on page 14.
Locally Owned & Operated David Garcia, Parishioner
Your Castle Rock Swag Store
Customization, Screen Printing & Embroidery
• shirts • hats • bags • more
877.422.9922 •
[Smash] Fine Arts Festival - August 29 & 30
3rd Annual [Smash] Summer Fine Arts Festival is set for August 29 & 30 from 10am – 5pm in Fillmore Plaza in the exclusive Cherry Creek North District, right off of 1st Avenue. The show will feature premier national  ne artists (painting, photography, drawing, mixed media, metal, wood, jewelry) +  ne catering + live violin and acoustic guitar music. See more details on page 7.
20th Annual “Fall Swing” - September 2
You are invited to participate in the Castle Rock Senior Activi- ty Center’s 20th Annual “Fall Swing” Golf Tournament on Wed., September 2 at Arrowhead Golf Club in Littleton. This tour- nament bene ts the Castle Rock
Senior Activity Center, supporting a variety of programs and services for our growing senior population, which are focused on keeping seniors active, independent and aging in place. Call 303-688-9498, visit castlerockseniorcenter. org. See more details on page 8.
Tri The Rock - September 13
Calling all athletes in the making.
The motto is simple – all you have
to do is try. The Town’s annual
Tri the Rock event inspires kids
to get active and try their best. So,
get ready. This year’s event is Sun., September 13. The youth triathlon will be from 7:30 a.m. to noon at Butter eld Crossing Park and Pool, 3952 W. Butter eld Crossing Drive. Registration is now available at See ad on this page.
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