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Bark for Art Dog WalkGreenwood Village offers a wide variety of recreational and cultural activities that appeal to youth, seniors, and everyone in between. In addition to sports and art activities, residents enjoy art exhibits, lectures, outdoor concerts, dining, and shopping at Greenwood Village businesses.

In addition, outdoor interests can be pursued at the Village’s developed parks, playgrounds, and shelters or on the pedestrian, equestrian, and bicycle trails that wind through the village.


Online Art & Recreation Activities Registration
Register online for youth and adult art and recreation activities.

2014 Winter Youth and Adult Art & Recreation Activities Registration begins:
For Residents:  Monday, November 3, 2014
For Non-residents:  Monday, November 10, 2014

Upcoming Activities in the Village
Check back often for information about activities and events coming soon.

"Sock it to 'Em" Sock Campaign
When: Now to December 31
Drop-off Site:  Greenwood Village City Hall

Mayor Rakowsky and other city Mayors are calling attention to the "Sock it to 'Em" Sock Campaign which is a grassroots effort to put socks on the feet of the homeless.  Mayor Rakowsky is appealing to the hearts of citizens - in homage of the homeless' need for socks - to consider providing new socks for the homeless between now and December 31, which can be dropped off at Greenwood Village City Hall.



Author Talk: Paula Burger, Author of Paula's Window
When:  Tuesday, December 9, 2014, at 6 p.m.
Where:  Curtis Arts and Humanities Center
FREE

Because we learn from the past, the Curtis Arts and Humanities Council invite you to join Paula Burger at the Curtis Arts & Humanities Center on December 9 to listen to her Holocaust survival story. Books will be available for purchase at the event.

African-American Contemporary Artists Exhibit
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 6, 2014, at 5:30 p.m.
When:  December 6, 2014 through January 8, 2015
Where:  Curtis Arts and Humanities Center
FREE

The cold month of December brings to the Center the artwork of contemporary African-American artists which includes Joel Cook, Michael Gadlin, Yenni Tawahade, Christine Fontenot and others. 

Cowboys and the West Exhibit
Opening Reception: January 11, 2015, 5 to 7 p.m.
When:  January 11 to February 14, 2015
Where:  Curtis Arts and Humanities Center
FREE

Greenwood Village University for Residents - Coming Soon!
February 26 - April 12, 2015
Watch for more information in the January newsletter

Save the date...more information to follow.
Youth Art Month
When:  March 4 - 20, 2015
Where:  Curtis Arts and Humanities Center

Please Note:  All 2014 Recreation Reimbursement Receipts are due by January 15, 2015.