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THIRD ANNUAL 

2015 FANS Washington Park 
Photo Contest 

DATES: May 15 through June 15 to submit you park photos to

www.fansphotocontest.com

for more details visit the fansphotocontest.com website

Our thanks to this years sponsors: Frame de art, GREAT PLACE Real Estate,  LaMar's Donuts,  Larson Development,  TKH REALTY and  Wash Perk

Visit our 2015 Photo Contest page for more information

FANS of Washington Park

Join us 

June 10th

FANS Meeting

6:00 p.m. 

Topic:Squirrels

Kim Long, author and researcher shares facts and folklore about squirrels.  Squirrels are rodents with which we have a love/hate relationship. They are cute when playing, infuriating when they steal the ripe tomato we have lovingly watch since a flower. Don't miss this facinating topic

Join Us and bring a friend.

 

Wash Park News
May 2015

1. Weekend Drop-In volley ball permits are eliminated. The Denver Parks and Recreation Advisory Board  unanimously recommended a new policy that would limit the space where games like volleyball would be permitted but eliminate the need for most permits.

2. The construction trailers currently parked at Kentucky and Downing are a staging area for a major irrigation upgrade project this spring for the Perennial Garden and west section of the park between the Loop Road and Downing. The Perennial Garden along Downing was designed by S. R. DeBore and built in 1917.

3.  Seven ash trees were removed around the north edge of Grasmere Lake. They were in poor health and the city is proactively removing ash trees that are ailing. FANS project will be buying seven replacement trees and monitoring them during the first two years.

4. During the wetland and foot path project around Grasmere Lake  a portion of the old sidewalk was left unfinished. This portion of the path was not replaced due to anticipated 2 million dollar future restoration of City Ditch. This project is planned to address the significant amount of erosion of the irrigation ditch sidewalls. City Ditch remains the only open portion of the historic canal built in 1861, which remains within the City and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

5. All the water in the ditches and lakes of Wash Park was changed to “recycled water” beginning in 2004 with the completion of T-Rex on I-25 and Denver’s Waste Water Recycling Plant 


June 9th

Youth Fishing Derby

Youth Fishing Derby June 9th