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COMMUNITY Events If your business or organization is holding an event, please e-mail
Recycle Christmas Trees through January 31
Give one last holiday gift to the environment by taking your live Christmas tree to: Douglas County Fairgrounds
520 Fairgrounds Rd., Castle Rock Mulch is available on-site while supplies last.
See more details and locations on page 26.
a brief write-up to Cost is only $30.
New Years Eve Fireworks - December 31
The New Year’s Eve Fire-
works will blast off from Santa
Fe Quarry Mesa, located just
south of The Meadows, above
Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course,
starting at sundown on Thurs.,
December 31. The show can
be seen from almost anywhere
in Town, though, visibility may be limited in some areas east of Interstate 25. We recommend viewing the  reworks from your home or neighborhood if possible. The show is weather and  re restriction dependent.
Resolve to Change Lives - January 1–31
RUN to Change Lives is looking for Heroes in 2021. Beginning in January we’ll start to RUN as Heroes by RESOLVING to Change Lives and save them. The month starts with a walking/running plan leading up to a worldwide RTCL Resolution RUN on Sat., January 23rd, and ends with a feel-good life saving blood donation! Let’s start 2021 off right by resolving to become Heroes. For more information on how it works. > Click here.
Play It Again Sports Fitness Equipment Gear
Mention this ad for
10% off
your next purchase
Buy online and pick up in-store!
to Downtown Castle Rock!!
Visit us in the BLUE House between 7-11 and Crowfoot Coffee
740 Wilcox St., Castle Rock • 720-479-8245
Rhyolite Gallery Receptions – January
Please join Rhyolite Gallery, Castle Rock’sonly neartgalleryandgiftshop, at 505 Second St., just over the tracks, for their monthly Artist Receptions generally Thursdays. Check back as events get added. > See more about the Gallery on page 18.
DLC Owl Presentation - January 5
Douglas Land Conservancy is teaming up with their partners at Nature’s Educators and Douglas County Open Space to bring you a virtual presentation about owls in our region. The evening will begin with a special presentation by
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Nature’s Educators. There will be live owls to view and the experts will teach us about their special features used for hunting and the necessary role of the owl as predator in our local ecosystem, and there will be time for Q&A. The presentation is free, but  lls up fast. A $10 per person or $20 per family donation to DLC is suggested. > Register here.

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