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Movie at the Ridge, a Castle Pines summer tradition, features family fun, popcorn, drinks, food, a movie and smiles galore!
The City of Castle Pines partnered once again with Mental Health Colorado for the annual Unmasked; A Masquerade Party. The evening was filled with emotional and inspirational stories of tragedy and triumph in the arena of mental illness and substance use. More than $75,000 was raised toward the efforts of promoting mental health, ending stigmas surrounding mental illness, and ensuring equitable access to mental health and substance use services in Colorado.
Residents of Castle Pines and surrounding communities came out in force to enjoy the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce 4th Annual Food Truck Frenzy. The event included 14 food trucks, 36 vendor booths, live music, a pet area with a pet treat truck, an arts and crafts truck and a kids corner with a huge rock wall, craft area and bouncy houses.
If it's free pizza, ice cream, music and entertainment, it must be the City of Castle Pines Pizza in the Park!
Residents in and around the Castle Pines community were treated to an eclectic mixture of fine art at the [SMASH] Fine Arts Festival held in The Village at Castle Pines shoppes.
The outdoor exhibit showcased a variety of national artists with displays of painting, photography, mixed media and jewelry. The two-day event was a great kick off to the summer events calendar.
With the most perfect weather imaginable, hundreds of Castle Pines families gathered at The Ridge to participate in the City of Castle Pines Egg Scramble. In three separate waves according to age, the air horn sounded and children flooded the greens to collect eggs stuffed with candy, fun prizes and great gift certificates.
Well-wishers and dignitaries celebrated the opening of the Wildcat Corner exhibit at the Castle Pines Homes Association building in The Village at Castle Pines. Inspired by his Wildcat Lore monthly column in The Connection newspaper, local historian Joe Gschwendtner features the early history of Douglas County.