Learning CURVE autumn speaker series

Hosted by Congress Park Neighbors IncTOPIC
Streetlife: how and why transportation–past, present and future–plays a role in the Congress Park neighborhood.

September 29, 2015
7:00pm – 8:30pm


Representatives from RTD, Department of Public Works,B-Cycle and others have been invited to participate.


A beautiful night, Frank Snell walking tour


At the beginning of Let’s Be Frank: a walking field study, we gathered on the porch of Barbara and Frank, two of our neighbors. About 50 people participated. We divided into small groups and explored Colfax A, Colfax B, Madison and Cook streets. Two hours later, a half-dozen remained on the porch, pondering many aspects of our historic neighborhood. Thanks Katie Bates, thanks for documenting this activity and Kris Schindler for making the series and event happen

See and download the handout


Congress Park Heritage

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Explore and Engage with Congress Park Neighbors
Bungalow Boogie: a walking field study to identify details, variants and features of our streetcar suburb
Tuesday, June 30
7pm for 90-120 minutes
meet on the front porch of 1058 Madison Street, finish there too or drop off the walk at your convenience
Question? Contact Kris Schindler, 303-895-8622
Look on Facebook and in your email inbox for information on walks planned for July and August. The fall issue of Congress Park News will include information on the new direction of the Historic Preservation and Education committee.
 See Bungalow Boogie Handout for even more information