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The City of Castle Pines hosted its inaugural Unmasked event at The Haven in the Pines to benefit Mental Health Colorado, the states leading
advocate for the prevention and treatment of mental and substance abuse
Kids of all ages donned their Halloween costumes and hit the streets looking for treats. Thanks to the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce and all the sponsoring businesses for this year’s Trick or Treat Street!
Families and friends having fun on a beautiful fall evening. it must be the Movie at the Ridge.
Thanks to The Ridge at Castle Pines North, The City of Castle Pines, The Donut House, Popcorn Bliss and The Castle Pines Connection. (We can now reveal the name of the movie, “CoCo”.)
Families, neighbors and local business owners all gathered on September 16 for the community Run Wild at Elk Ridge Park.
New this year, the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce joined with the City and brought neighborhood businesses out for a more comprehensive health and wellness experience. “The addition of the Family Fit Fest was intended to further promote our health and wellness businesses to our residents,” stated Chamber Executive Director Amy Shanahan. “We are able to bring these types of events to the community because of the generosity of our business members who are invested in making Castle Pines a wonderful place to live.”
Wow, that savory, smoky, peppery scent wafting through the air can only be Chile Roasting at Tony’s Market in the Village!
FUNKIPHINO, the last of the Master Association’s four-part “Concert in the Park” summer series.
Thanks to the Castle Pines North Master Association, Kim Maguire, and Carla Kenny for another fabulous summer of music.
Castle Pines Village residents Jana and Fred Bartlit hosted the 17th annual Lulu’s Barkin' BBQ to benefit homeless pets and horses at the Denver Dumb Friends League. The event raised more than $800,000 to help provide veterinary care, behavior training and other critical services for homeless pets and horses in the Dumb Friends League’s care.
More chalk, more fun, more charity... Budding artists gathered at Elk Ridge Park as part of Party in the Park in August to take part in Chalk It Up 4 Charity, a community sidewalk art contest where 100 percent of the proceeds go to a local nonprofit and the winner gets to decide which one.
The end of summer vacation and the beginning of school meant it was time for another Party in the Park, brought to you by the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce. Residents had fun, raised money for local charities with The Connection's Chalk It Up 4 Charity fundraiser and community art contest, and all enjoyed the City of Castle Pines fireworks show!
Party in the Park through the lens of Maddie Provost
It was a perfect summer evening to enjoy the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce's Vino in the Village event, featuring great food, wine, whiskey and music.
An amazing weekend in Craig at the 19th Annual Whittle the Wood Rendezvous. Here’s a slideshow of the one hour “quick carve competition.” Music by bensound
The summer season kicks off with the annual Food Truck Frenzy at Coyote Ridge Park, brought to you by the Castle Pine Chamber of Commerce. Thanks to all who visited The Castle Pines Connection at our booth. We love seeing you! Enjoy the slideshow.
Pistons in the Pines community car show will be held the third Saturday of every month from 8 a.m. until noon for as long as the weather is good. The event will be held at the old Safeway parking lot in Castle Pines. There are no fees for the car show and residents are encouraged to login to the Pistons in the Pines Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/1225077820956177/ to get information about future events.
While snow fell, coating the streets and trees in a winter wonderland, Mayor Tera Radloff read “Tinyville Town Gets to Work!” in celebration of Castle Pines’ 10-year anniversary as a city,