If you haven’t heard about Go:Westwood, it’s one of the biggest volunteer Work Days Extreme Community Makeover hosts, hundreds of volunteers participating each year. This year’s Go:Westwood project will be held on Saturday, May 4th. Volunteers work alongside Westwood residents and focus on various projects like, cleaning up alleys, removing graffiti, cleaning up Alameda Avenue and Morrison Road, cleaning up parks, and preparing a school garden for planting. It’s a neighborhood effort to help to revitalize the neighborhood, block-by-block.
After the volunteer Work Day, the neighborhood hosts a block party at Westwood Park, from 3:00-4:00 pm. It’s a time to enjoy great food and meet the community, while celebrating everyone’s hard work that day. Here are the local businesses that have donated food to the block party. Check them out sometime if you’re looking for some new places to dine in Denver!
As Colorado’s only USDA-approved bottling facility focused on growing companies. Customers find all of the equipment and expertise necessary to take their culinary recipes to the next level. The Kitchen Network is a one-stop solution for all of mixing, packaging, and labeling needs. Their state of the art facility, and equipment, allows them to work quickly and effectively, and they can handle orders of all sizes.
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Kahlo’s serves traditional Mexican food. It’s known for its tasty home-style cooking. Learn more and click here.