Local Fall Festivities

It’s that time of year again when the leaves are changing colors and the winds start getting uncomfortably cold. Colorado is known for its colorful autumns, with fiery red and golden patches of aspen in the mountains. But as amazing as those nice mountain views are, it’s pretty far away from those of us who reside in the cities (though it’s probably worth a weekend trip anyways).

  Luckily, you can still enjoy the beauty of nature at your local botanical gardens. Not only do they have seasonal plants available for your viewing pleasure, the Chatfield Farms in Littleton has a Corn Maze with plenty of family events—such as hayrides and games—during the day, and even has an After Dark Corn Maze During for the brave. And for the completely fearless, there is a Dead Zone Scream Park available as well. Please visit their website at https://www.botanicgardens.org/events/special-events/corn-maze for more information.   Don’t wait too long though. These events are only going until October 29, 2017.  

Cesare’s Team-Building Event @ The Clue Room

        Thank-you for attending Cesare’s 3rd Annual Wellness/ Team-Building Event at the Clue Room. We learned a lot about the importance of communication and teamwork when learning how to solve a clue room mystery or when working together at Cesare.  

Centennial Chalk Art Festival 9/23 & 9/24

Enjoy  a colorful weekend as more than 40 talented artists bring masterpieces to life right at your feet! Enjoy live music along with a variety of fine art vendors. Food from metro area food trucks and beverages will be available for purchase. There is potential for rain Saturday night into Sunday. We will continue to watch the forecast and make necessary adjustments as needed. Please check the City’s social media or website www.centennialco.gov for updates.

When: 9/23 & 9/24 from 11am-4pm

Where: Centennial Center Park

Donate to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey through AGC Charities

As we continue to learn more about the devastation throughout Texas and other states caused by Hurricane Harvey, we wanted to let you know that the charitable arm of AGC of America, AGC Charities Inc., will be supporting members of the AGC family and their communities affected by this storm. You can support this effort by making a contribution to AGC Charities.   AGC of America worked closely with our chapters in the wake of Hurricane Katrina to provide significant assistance for member firms’ employees, their families and their communities affected by that storm and the subsequent flooding.  We plan to work closely with AGC chapters in the affected areas to do the same in response to Hurricane Harvey.   Please consider supporting AGC Charities as we help members of our AGC family whose lives have been disrupted by this historic storm.  You can make your financial contribution today by visiting www.agccharities.org.  Thank you in advance for your help and support.   Sincerely, Art Daniel, President, AGC of America Michael Anderson, Chairman, AGC Charities, Inc.