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Castle Rock
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CR Genealogical Society Events – July 1 & 17
All Castle Rock Genealogical Society programs and classes are offered free of charge and take place via Zoom Webinar. > Click to see the full line-up on page 25.
VetFest Fundraiser – July 3
The Douglas County Veterans Monument Foundation is proud to hold our annual VetFest fundraiser on Sat., July 3 from 10am to 4pm at Festival Park in Downtown Castle Rock. There will be a 5K Fun Run & Walk. The event will also feature live music, artist and vendor booths, beer tents, food trucks, and more. For sponsorship and vendor booth opportunities, please contact Nick Lucey at See ad on page 6.
Festival Park Farmer’s Market
EVERY SUNDAY 9am - 2pm
for fresh produce, local vendors, handmade, nuts, herbs and spices, essential oils, gluten free, fresh breads, cheese, co ee and more!
300 Second St., Castle Rock
Head over to Festival Park
CR Historical Society – July 8
Please join us on Thurs., July 8 to learn all about the 1878- 79 Royal Gorge War between the Denver & Rio Grande Railway and the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. Both lines wanted the rights to lay track to the mineral rich mines in Leadville, but only one would  t through the narrow gorge. We will be showing a video called “The Royal Gorge Wars” followed by a discussion. Refreshments will be served at 6:45pm with the presentation beginning at 7pm at the Philip S. Miller Library 100 S. Wilcox St. Castle Rock. For more info go to castlerockhistoricalsociety. org or contact the Castle Rock Museum at 303-814-3164,
Half Marathon Relay, 5k, and the
FREE 1k Little Rock-It RUN (8 years and under).
SUNDAY, JULY 4TH • 7:00-11:30am
In-Person at the Douglas County Fairgrounds & virtually from anywhere.
Start a new tradition on July 4th
and feel good about Changing Lives.
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Victory For Veterans Ride 2021 – July 10
Get ready to honor Veterans and First Responders at this year’s VFV Ride. The event starts at Wide Open Saloon in Sedalia and ends at American Legion Post 178 in Lake- wood. Enjoy cold beer, free food, and Raf es. Join us on the ride, volunteer at the event, or donate to help! See details on ad, page 7.
Run for Reece - Reece’s Roundup – August 14 Join Run To Change Lives at the 16th Annual Virtual Reece’s Roundup Sat., August 14 Philip S. Miller Park hosted by the Rubino Family. “It is because of our com- munity, friends, sponsors, and supporters who have been on this journey with us that Reece is surviving and thriving despite havibg Type 1 Spinal Muscular Atrophy.” Partici- pate in the 5K, 10K, 1 Mile Walk. See details and register from ad on page 8.
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