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Lakewood, CO 80235
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Any religious structure is erected with a sole purpose — to ennoble the existence of our belief in the supreme power. Denver First Seventh Day Adventist Church is no different. And while the church offers routine prayer services, there are other activities too, through which, the church strives towards imparting hope to its seekers. There are several ministries practiced by the church for depression recovery, benefit of children, aid for Iraq and other charity work.
Pick up this paved path at the east end of Bear Creek Lake Park for hiking, horseback riding, or biking. The trail runs from Kipling Parkway to Wadsworth Boulevard. Travel west to enjoy the open space of Bear Creek Lake, or head east along the weeping willow lined Bear Creek.The Greenbelt runs a little over a mile before turning into the Bear Creek Trail (west). Parking and restrooms are available at the historic Stone House.
Going by the records, the first burial at this cemetery took place in 1889. The notable veterans that are buried here include Medal of Honor Recipients, Major William E. Adams, First Sergeant Maximo Yabes,Private and John Davis. The on-site memorials are mostly dedicated to soldiers who lost their lives in the wars fought during the 20th Century.
Clement Park is the perfect stop for active, outdoorsy families, featuring an impressive array of sports facilities, including six baseball fields, eight tennis courts, a skate park, volleyball courts, batting cages, Johnson Lake, and much more. Whether you want to have a picnic, let the kids loose on the playgrounds, or even attend an event at the Grant Amphitheater, Clement Park's the place.
This center consists of 15 acres of barns, buildings and exhibits from the turn of the century. Once the property of May Bonfils Stanton, the center hosts educational events and public programs such as luncheons, nature walks and workshops. The kids can explore an old country school, as well as participate in special summer programs. Tours take place regularly in the Ralston Crossing School, dating back to the 1920s, and the Streer-Peterson House, dating from 1872.
Visit Fun City and you will swear to have never seen so many exciting activities packed under one roof! There are various attractions to look out for like go-carting at Grand Prix Raceway, laser tagging at Laser Maze and Lazer Jam, Rock Wall climbing, Mini-Golf, bowling and more. Jump into the foam factory, a unique 3 story high clubhouse which has 20,000 foam balls jumping around, now where have you seen that before? After you burn-out all that energy you can re-fill yourself delicious pizzas, burritos and more! A one-stop fun destination for the whole family, once you're here, you wouldn't want to go back home!
This beautiful home was earlier, a farm and later a health care facility for hospitality industry workers. This Craftsman style structure was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
Haunted houses never go out of style. If you're looking for a chill down your spine, then the Reinke Brothers Haunted Mansion will happily fulfill that wish. It's located in Littleton and is billed as Denver's oldest haunted house. There are over 30 elaborately crafted rooms, each displaying astonishing attention to detail. Entrance fees are reasonable and you get an experience well worth your money. Check website for more.
The purpose of this church is to imbibe scriptural holiness in the devotees of Jesus Christ. Denver Family Church, A Church of the Nazarene owns several sections under its ministries. These include men's ministry, women's ministry, senior citizens, youth, pre-school, art and worship ministries. The church also allows concerts and events such as golf for kids, hymn singing and social gatherings. However, the focal belief of the local congregation of this church revolves around atonement in the name of Christ; for Christ.
Following the meandering flow of a tree-lined canal, this easy, paved trail for biking, running and strolling travels through the southern section of Denver, from the edge of the western foothills to the eastern outskirts of the city. The route runs along side the Wellshire Golf Course before heading decidedly east. This trail crosses the Cherry Creek Bike Trail, which goes southeast to the Cherry Creek State Park, or northwest to the edge of Denver proper. Continue east on the Highline Canal Trail and tour through the Fairmount Cemetery before the trail shoots into the dark reaches of Aurora.
Here, you can enjoy hiking, biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, fishing, picnicking and camping on 2600 acres of open space. Sailboats, sailboards, canoes, kayaks, paddle-boats, and bikes are available to rent Memorial Day to Labor Day at the Soda Lake Marina. Park rangers offer a variety of interpretive programs including nature guided hikes and weekly campfire programs in the summertime. Public golfing is also available. 50 campsites are available at the Indian Paintbrush Campground.
A quick trip from downtown Denver and facing the hills of the Rockies, this park is part of the larger group of federal buildings of the Denver Federal Center, run by the U.S. General Services Administration.