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HOOKED      ON    PALMER          hour and a half. Admission $10; advance registration required.
                                LAKE,  a  day  of  fun  for  every-  To register, see the following website: https://www.flipcause.
                                one,  Saturday,  June  3,  11-a.m.-  com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTkwMTg
                                3  p.m.,  after  the  fishing  derby.
                                Vendors,  music,  games,  bounce   PERRY PARK BOOK CLUB will meet on Tuesday, June 21
                                house,  three-legged  race,  beer   at the home of at Christa Rheindt, 8475 Crow Court in Perry Park
                                and brats, snow cones. All money   Ranch.  The book for discussion is Cutting for Stone (BCE) by
        raised will benefit the Palmer Lakes fireworks.             Abraham Verghese, a novel of love and betrayal, medicine and
                                                                  ordinary miracles—and twin brothers whose fates are forever
        REGISTER  FOR  THE  LARKSPUR  WALKING  TOUR:              intertwined. The book for July is What Alice Forgot (BCE), a
        Put on your walking shoes and grab a bottle of water! Meet in   romantic comedy and satire by Australian novelist Liane Mo-
        the Larkspur Town Park at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 17,   riarty.  Newcomers and visitors are always welcome. For addi-
        with Danna Hamling of the Larkspur Historical Society. Learn   tional information, see the website at
        about the beginnings of Larkspur when the railroad arrived in
        1871 and about the creamery and its connection to a house that   DOUGLAS  LAND  CONSERVANCY’S  4TH  ANNUAL
        is on the Douglas County Landmark program. There will be a   “CAPTURING THE BEAUTY OF OPEN LAND” PLEIN
        $5 donation, and you will receive a black and white brochure   AIR  PAINTING  EVENT  JUNE  24  –  25:  Two  dozen  ac-
        published by the Larkspur Historical Society, featuring this his-  claimed Plein Air artists will showcase paintings of conserved
        toric town. To reserve your spot, call 303-681-3738 or email   lands in Douglas County. “Capturing the Beauty of Open Land” Rain date, Saturday, June 24.     provides an opportunity for artists to paint on beautiful, private
                                                                  properties in southern Douglas County over the course of one
        CALF OFFERS DONUTS FOR DADS: On Saturday, June            week (June 20 – 23). This unique week of painting will culmi-
        17,  10  a.m.,  Lowell  Ranch  (I25  east  feeder,  south  of  Castle   nate in a gallery exhibit featuring hundreds of works created
        Rock) treat Dad to donuts and coffee at CALF’s Lowell Ranch   throughout the week on display and available for purchase. The
        and then enjoy a tour of the livestock.  You will get to meet our   showing on the 24th-25th  will be at the White Pavilion, 414
        month old baby calf, baby lambs, pigs, chickens, and maybe   Perry Street in Castle Rock.  Admission is free.
        more.  You can also plan on photo opportunities with antique
        farm equipment and tractors! Typically the tour lasts about an                             Continued on page 3

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