Sheila Weaver

Sheila Weaver

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Nearby Schools of Allendale

allendale elementary (pk-6)
5900 oak street
arvada, CO 80004
place0.30 miles from neighborhood
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200 total students
arvada west high school (9-12)
11595 allendale drive
arvada, CO 80004
place0.38 miles from neighborhood
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campbell elementary school (pk-6)
6500 oak street
arvada, CO 80004
place0.78 miles from neighborhood
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drake junior high school (7-8)
12550 west 52nd avenue
arvada, CO 80002
place1.40 miles from neighborhood
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fremont elementary school (k-6)
6420 urban street
arvada, CO 80004
place0.74 miles from neighborhood
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vanderhoof elementary school (k-6)
5875 routt court
arvada, CO 80004
place0.22 miles from neighborhood
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lincoln charter academy (pk-8)
7180 oak street
arvada, CO 80004
place1.47 miles from neighborhood
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594 total students
maranatha christian center (pk-12)
7180 oak st
arvada, CO 80004
place1.48 miles from neighborhood
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faith christian academy (k-12)
administrative offices 12189 w 64th ave
arvada, CO 80004
place0.77 miles from neighborhood
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1050 total students
faith christian academy - middle school (6-8)
6250 wright street
arvada, CO 80004
place0.87 miles from neighborhood
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alpine valley school (1, 3-4, 6-12)
4501 parfet street
wheat ridge, CO 80033
place1.76 miles from neighborhood
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25 total students
warren tech north (10-12)
11325 allendale drive
arvada, CO 80004
place0.36 miles from neighborhood
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253 total students

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Upcoming Events

New Volunteer Orientation
StartMar 21
EndMar 21
Volunteers are vital to The Action Center’s success!!In 1968, The Action Center was formed by a group of volunteers concerned for struggling families in the community. Today, nearly half a century later, volunteers are still at the core of The Action Center. There are more than 40 unique volunteer opportunities that include direct participant interaction, behind the scenes tasks and special events, just to name a few. Opportunities fall into one-time or weekly formats and are available for individuals, families, and groups – there’s a match for everyone! In 2016, 4,734 individuals contributed 103,048 hours of service! Without them, The Action Center would have needed 80 additional staff members to meet the needs of the community! Check out this brief history of volunteerism at The Action Center. Our volunteers list “To Help Others” and “The Volunteer Team” as their top two reasons for volunteering with The Action Center. Volunteers produce a direct and immediate impact on the lives of our struggling neighbors every day. They create a vibrant and active volunteer community where they make new connections in a rewarding and supportive environment. Learn More! The first step to becoming a volunteer is to sign-up for a New Volunteer Orientation! For more information about Orientation, contact the Volunteer Manager at volunteer@theactioncenterco.org or 303.237.7704.
Brews with Builders (Aviation Market Focus)
StartMar 21
EndMar 21
Join us and our guest, United Airlines, at our upcoming subcontractor outreach event. Meet Abel Garcia, Sr. Manager of Corporate Real Estate and Planning Development and his team to find out about their upcoming opportunities at DEN. Agenda Meet the Swinerton team (estimating, operations, supervision, accounting, administration and safety) and learn how to prequalify, get on our subcontractor list and get briefed on upcoming projects Introduce your company. Give us your elevator pitch (2-3 minute ) Meet the United Planning and Development team Network
Plank & Pearl "VIP Early Shopping Night at Our Vintage Extravaganza Sale!"
StartMar 21
EndMar 21
Plank & Pearl Vintage is closing its rental business and parting with 3,000 square feet of our unique and beautiful vintage inventory. Be among a select, invitation-only group to have the first opportunity to shop before the weekend's public sale. You'll find curated collections of furniture, tableware, servingware, barware, eclectic props, accent decor, themed collections, cake and dessert stands, trays, metalware, rugs, pillows, art, textiles, and SO MUCH MORE! You'll have secure parking in our lot, plus lots of available street parking. And we'll have staff from "The Strike Crew" onsite to help carry bulky items to your car. NOTE: if you purchase furniture, we'll hold it for 48 hours, so you can arrange for a truck or van. Please NOTE that this event is not for children.  Our two-story building will be filled to the brim with breakables and valuable items. Don't miss this singular opportunity to see one of Denver's best vintage collections!   FAQs  Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Must be 16 or older. NO CHILDREN allowed, due to all the breakable collections. What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? We have a parking lot in front of our building, and there is plenty of free street parking, too. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? plankandpearl@gmail.com What's the refund policy? No exchanges or refunds. All sales are final. What can I bring into the event? We will have a limited amount of cardboard boxes and bubble wrap available for packing up glassware, plates, cake stands, vases, decanters etc.. We would so appreciate it if you could bring cardboard wine boxes, other cardboard containers, and newspaper for your purchases. Thanks so much!
Love Lift, Thursday, March 21st, 7:00pm, $27
StartMar 21
EndMar 21
At Sipping n Painting Highland you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n’ painting with you soon!
Tee Off with Sean Simon and Planet Home Lending
StartMar 22
EndMar 22
Join us in celebrating Sean Simon as he tees off at Planet Home Lending. Visit the The Club at Rolling Hills banquet room for scenic views of South Table Mesa. A private bar and appetizers will be available. In addition we'll have a golf simulator Par 3 contest with prizes. Plus ones are encouraged.  Please RSVP to aolea@planethomelending.com 
Free writing workshop with Rheea Mukherjee
StartMar 22
EndMar 22
The Politics of Personal ‘Everything is political’Most writers don’t intend to write a story with a political motive. But in the absence of this intention, there exists a whole world of direct and indirect political commentary. No matter how apolitical a story may seem, every narrative we write allows us to understand gender, sexuality, globalization, ethics, privilege, and class in a unique way. What are the merits of examining the personal perspective we employ when we build our stories? Do political labels matter when it comes to writing fiction? This two-hour workshop will include mini-readings from global literature in order to facilitate rich conversations and observations. We’ll also be working with writing prompts and examining its political relevance together. This workshop will be fun, intense, and probing. This is a space where we can discard binary truths and jump into the grey!What to Bring: A notebook, a pen, and a wide-open mind!
March 22nd, 2019 (Evening) Free Concealed Carry Class
StartMar 22
EndMar 22
This course will cover: •Handgun Rules and Etiquette •Colorado CHP Laws •Mindset •How to Choose The Right Gun •Fundamentals of Shooting •Accessing a Firearms •Defensive Shooting •Aftermath •and more Consider donating by clicking the link below or by selecting a donation amount during registration. http://concealedcarryforfree.com/donate/
Denver Skyline, Friday, March 22nd, 7:00pm, $32
StartMar 22
EndMar 22
At Sipping n Painting Highland you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n’ painting with you soon!
Jomon Event at SUMC
StartMar 23
EndMar 23
Jomon Lecture & Workshop Master Potters Ifurai, Genya Murakami, and Ryujiro Oyabu Simpson United Methodist Church  is hosting master potters from Japan for a lecture and hands-on workshop in partnership with Studio Arts Boulder. "Jomon" means "cord pattern" and describes the decorative style of pottery made during this ancient era in Japan. The event at Simpson United Methodist Church will include a lecture (free to attend), a potluck lunch, and a hands-on workshop (ages 12+). Learn ancient ceramics techniques of the Jomon era, starting with a coil pot and incorporating elemental symbols to create dramatic forms. Pottery students of all levels, including beginners, are invited to register. Saturday, March 23rd 10:00am - 11:00am Free Lecture 11:30am - 12:30pm Potluck Lunch 1:00pm - 4:00pm Hands-on Workshop (ages 12+)     $25 per person     10% discount for families (Use code: SUMC-FamilyDiscount) Sponsored by the Nisei Veterans Heritage Foundation. To learn more about the Jomon era, the artists, and their work, visit www.studioartsboulder.org/workshops. Space is limited! Register today! Questions? Call (720) 379-6033 or Email contact@studioartsboulder.org
March 24th, 2019 (Morning) Free Concealed Carry Class
StartMar 24
EndMar 24
This course will cover: •Handgun Rules and Etiquette •Colorado CHP Laws •Mindset •How to Choose The Right Gun •Fundamentals of Shooting •Accessing a Firearms •Defensive Shooting •Aftermath •and more Consider donating by clicking the link below or by selecting a donation amount during registration. http://concealedcarryforfree.com/donate/
March 24th, 2019 (Evening) Free Concealed Carry Class
StartMar 24
EndMar 24
This course will cover: •Handgun Rules and Etiquette •Colorado CHP Laws •Mindset •How to Choose The Right Gun •Fundamentals of Shooting •Accessing a Firearms •Defensive Shooting •Aftermath •and more Consider donating by clicking the link below or by selecting a donation amount during registration. http://concealedcarryforfree.com/donate/
IEHC Writing Club: Month 4 (March retreat)
StartMar 25
EndMar 25
Who? All IEHC Early Career Researchers (ECRs) What? Writing. PCs are available or you can bring your laptop. When? March 25th, 9:30am- 4:15pm (there will be optional sessions before and after the retreat for those wanting extra writing hours!) Where? Torrington Place, B07 Teal. Come in through the main reception, go down the stairs by the elevator and follow the signs to the room! Food? There will be tea, coffee, treats and lunch provided! Schedule: Keeping in line with Athena SWAN principles, core writing hours will be between 10:00 and 16:00. 08:30-09:30: Bonus pre-retreat writing session (for those wanting an early start!) 09:30-10:00: Arrival, set-up, introduction 10:00-11:10: Writing session #1 11:10-11:30: Break 11:30-12:30: Writing session #2 12:30-13:20: Lunch (provided) 13:20-14:30: Writing session #3 14:30- 14:50: Break 14:50-16:00: Writing session #4 16:00-16:15: End, discussion, feedback 16:15-17:30: Bonus post-retreat writing session (for those who don't want to stop!)
Simplifying a Blood Gas Analysis with Dr. Kaitlyn Mazzaccari, DVM
StartMar 25
EndMar 25
Join Dr. Kaitlyn Mazzaccari, for her lecture:  "Simplifying a Blood Gas Analysis" Blood gas is a non-invasive, cost-effective tool that can provide valuable information regarding a patient's acid/base status, ventilation, and electrolytes. This lecture will provide a review on obtaining a blood gas sample (arterial vs venous), how to interpret the values, and then most importantly, how to clinically apply this information to the patient in front of you. This lecture is sponsored by Care Credit and they will also be providing lunch. One (1) hour CE - CACVT approval pending for Technicians Please arrive 15 minutes early to check-in. Attendees will need to enter the hospital at the south east entrance, just off of 43rd Ave and Kipling. 
Paint your Pet, Tuesday, March 26th, 7:00pm, $35
StartMar 26
EndMar 26
Paint your Pet registration ends 1 week prior to class. Once registration has ended, you will be asked to submit a front facing or profile photo of your pet. We will use this photo to create a sketch of your pet on a 16"x20" canvas for you to paint. One pet per canvas. At Sipping n’ Painting you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n painting with you soon!
Rocky Flats Film Series
StartMar 27
EndMar 27
Please come to our inaugural event for the Rocky Flats Film Series. We will show "On The Tracks" by Erik Sween, and possibly other short films, followed by discussion Food will be provided
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