Hello <<First Name>>.  Are you ready for an vibrant spring in Littleton? We've got some fun stuff for you this month...

'Littleton Social Cycle' kicks off this Sunday 4/2 from Sterne Park at 10:30 AM

It's ride weekend! What is Littleton Social Cycle all about? A casual bike ride with stops at local cafes and eateries building a community of people who love biking in Littleton, Colorado. We're so excited to see and meet everyone! The weather looks like it is going to hold out for us 🤞🌞. We will be posting the route later this week on our social media, so keep an eye on our stories for the link. If you have any questions, let us know. Otherwise, we will see you on Sunday!

Check out Littleton Social Cycle on Facebook >

Sandra Petry's fascinating life journey

Sandra Petry’s life has been anything but ordinary. From waitressing to selling high-end women’s clothing to designing closets to reporting the news, she has adventured well and now calls the Bradley House, here in Littleton, home. Sandra’s fascinating journey begins with her growing up right here in Littleton and she spent a significant amount of time in California where she worked as a reporter with a Korean newspaper in Los Angeles. Read the full story on Sandra here >

Read the full story about Sandra's life >
Facade of the proposed Denver Beer Co

Denver Beer Co. hopes to bring new energy to corner of Main St and Prince St

Denver Beer Company showed their plans for their fifth pub planned for Main Street (the former site of Jackass Hill Brewery) at a community meeting held on March 13. Denver Beer Co. has four other locations: Platte Street, Lowry Boulevard, South Downing Street and Olde Town Arvada. The City of Littleton requires several more rounds of review/approval (including one at the Historic Preservation Board) before work can begin. But it's exciting to see the drawings (love the solar panels!) and we're hoping this new space will open soon. More pics on our Facebook feed.

GraceFull Cafe needs our help

Each Spring GraceFull invites us all to their annual Gather Eat Give event to celebrate the stories and impact from their work over the past year. This year their invitation is different in its urgency. GraceFull Foundation's 2023 annual budget shows an operating deficit of $130,000. Their annual budget needs have increased from approximately $375,000 to over $500,000 in the past two years. Their work simply cannot be sustained without increased financial support from our community. Please read their recent email from Heather, the foundation director. You can also donate directly right now.

Read Heather's letter to the community >

Did you know 39% of your property tax goes to South Suburban Parks & Rec? Become an educated voter in their election

The Littleton Business Chamber and the South Metro Community Foundation are hosting a South Suburban Board Candidate Forum so you can learn more about who's running for board seats (event details below). There are six candidates running for two openings on the five-member board: Alexis Barrere, Michael Edwards, Pam Eller, Ken Lucas, John Priddy, Elizabeth Watson. All are welcome to this free event.

  • When: Meet & Greet from 5-6pm; Candidate forum from 6-7:30 pm, Wednesday, April 12
  • Where: Shift Workspaces - Littleton, 2679 Main Street
Eventbrite link for the April 12 Candidate Forum >
Get your ballot for SSPRD Board Election >

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