Monday, February 28, 2011
Call Phil Goodstein (303)333-1095 to enroll.
Sunday, March 20: Bicycling Tour of Berkeley
Meet in front of Skinner Middle. School, along the north side of West 41st Avenue, between Julian and King streets. (King street is one block east of Lowell Boulevard.) The cost is $10 per person. This area will be featured in Goodstein’s forthcoming book, North Denver Story: Denver’s Most Intriguing Neighborhood. A copy of this schedule and information about books by Phil. Goodstein is on the Web site of www.LeonardLeonard.com/neighborhoods. Information on his books is at capitolhillbooks.com.
Saturday, April 2: West Highlands, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet in front of Edison School on the west side of Quitman Street between West 33rd and West 35th avenues. (Quitman is the “Q” street in the alphabet west of Federal Boulevard. It is about ten blocks east of Sheridan Boulevard.) This tour is $10 per person.
Sunday, April 3: Ghosts of Cheesman Park, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet at the gazebo along the 12th Avenue loop of the park near Gilpin Street. (This is a quaint wooden structure just south of the RTD bus stop. Park just east of the bus stop. This tour is $10.
Saturday, April 9: Washington Park, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet at the statue of Wynken, Blynken, and Nod at the southwest corner of Exposition Avenue and Franklin Street.(Exposition is four blocks south of Alameda Avenue. Franklin is eight blocks west of University Boulevard.) The cost is $10.
Saturday, April 16: Park Hill, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet at the gazebo of Ferguson Park, the southeast comer of 23rd Avenue and Dexter Street-locals call it Turtle Park. (Dexter is seven blocks east of Colorado Boulevard.) This tour is $10 per person.
Saturday,- April 23: Highlands/North Denver, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet in front of the old Granada Theater, 2917-25 West 25th A venue. It is just west of Eliot Street on the north side of the road. (Eliot is one block east of Federal Boulevard.) This cost is $10 ..
Saturday, April 30: Ghost Walk, 7-9 PM
Meet in front of the statue of the Indian on the east side of the Capitol on Grant Street between 14th and Colfax avenues. It will be repeated on May 21, June 18, July 30, September 10, October 21,22, and 28. This tour is $15.
Sunday, May 1: West Colfax/East of Sloans Lake, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet on the west steps of Lake Middle School at West 19th Avenue and Meade Street. (Take Lowell Boulevard north of Colfax to where it dead ends at 18th Avenue. Meade Street is one block directly to the west.) This tour is $10.
Saturday, May 7: Ghosts of Cheesman Park, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet at the gazebo along the 12th Avenue loop of the park near Gilpin Street. (This is a quaint wooden structure just south of the RTD bus stop. Park just east of the bus stop. This tour is $10. It will be repeated on September 18 and October 15.
Sunday, May 15: West Sloans Lake, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet at the torpedo near the northeast corner of West 17th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard. A parking lot enters the park at West 17th Avenue and Yates Street, two blocks east of Sheridan Boulevard. The cost is $10.
Sunday, May 22: Harvard Gulch, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet at the benches in the park at the southeast corner of South Logan Street and Iliff A venue. (Logan is four blocks east of Broadway; Iliff is two blocks south of Evans Avenue.) This tour is $10.
Sunday, May 29: Bicycling Tour of West Colfax, 11 AM-1 PM
Meet in front of Lake Middle School at 19th Avenue and Meade Street. This tour is $10.
Wednesday, June 1: Quality Hill, 6:30-8:30 PM
Meet at the Zang Mansion, 709 Clarkson Street. (Clarkson is eight blocks east of Broadway.) This tour is $10.
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