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Week Of Special Interest 02/13/19
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By La Voz Staff

Applications for Five Points Jazz Festival vendors

Applications are now open for Five Points Jazz Festival vendors.

Applications are being accepted for food trucks, food tents, nonprofit booths, corporate booths, artisans, sponsorships and premium vendor spaces.

“We are really excited that this year we are incorporating a zero waste goal,” said festival organizer Brooke Dilling, Denver Arts & Venues. “We are asking that all vendors provide only compostable or recyclable packaging, utensils, plates and cups, and through our waste program, we will be providing trash sorting, recycling and composting.”

This year’s Five Points Jazz Festival will take place May 18, 11 a.m.-midnight, with vendors on site until 8 p.m. when outdoor programming ends. The 2018 festival featured more than 40 bands on 10 stages. Despite inclement weather, more than 30,000 people attended the event in 2018.

‘Say Yes to the Prom’ comes to Denver

TLC’s ‘Say Yes to the Prom’ initiative is back for the eighth consecutive year and kicking off the 2019 prom season alongside returning retail partner Macy’s to help 1,000 underserved and deserving students across the country find the perfect prom look. Travelling to five Denver, on Tuesday March 19, ‘Say Yes to the Prom’ will create the ultimate prom “shopping” experience, complete with one-on-one style sessions with Monte Durham of TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta to help the students find the perfect dress, tuxedo and accessories. Please visit to learn more about this year’s Say Yes to the Prom initiative.

New entertainment complex arrives in Thornton

The Summit, a 50,000 square foot multifaceted entertainment complex on the southwest corner of 144th Avenue and Washington St. in Thornton, opened to the public on Tuesday, February 12th.

The Summit offers 24 lanes of upscale family bowling, the Eagle’s Nest VIP bowling lounge with eight lanes and billiard tables, two-story laser tag attraction, 5,000 square-foot game room with redemption arcade games, a 175-seat Crossroads Tavern and Grille, patio dining, meeting and party rooms, and more.

The Summit is differentiated from the traditional dining experience by providing locally sourced high-quality food and beverage offerings with full service throughout the facility. While the upscale design and décor cater to active adults, the facility provides a comprehensive entertainment experience for the whole family as well.

Our Government

White House

Presidnet Donald Trump’s Promoting of Women’s Global Development and Prosperity: By the authority vested in the President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby directed as follows: It is the policy of the United States to enhance the opportunity for women to meaningfully participate in, contribute to, and benefit from economic opportunities as individuals, workers, consumers, innovators, entrepreneurs, and investors, so that they enjoy the same access, rights, and opportunities as men to participate in, contribute to, control, and benefit from economic activity.

Colorado Governor

Gov. Jared Polis today appointed Corrine Magid to the Jefferson County Court in the First Judicial District. Magid fills a vacancy created by the appointment of Ryan Stuart to the 18th Judicial District Court. Magid has been the presiding judge for the municipal courts of the Cities of Golden and Northglenn since January 2014 and June 2014, respectively. She also serves as a part-time magistrate for the Denver County Court. Magid earned her B.A from Colorado State University in 2000 and her J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 2003.

Denver Mayor

Mayor Michael B. Hancock joined Denver Zoo President and CEO Bert Vescolani to break ground on the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Animal Hospital. The new state-of-the-industry hospital will advance the Zoo’s ability to provide exceptional care for more than 3,500 animals who call the Zoo home. The 22,000 square foot facility, funded in part by the Elevate Denver Bond Program, encourages engagement and education, offering visitors an unprecedented look into the veterinary team’s daily work.





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