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Today's Features

  • St. Brigit Episcopal Church,  110 Johnson St., Frederick, will host an autumnal equinox program at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22.

  • The August edition of the city’s full moon bike ride is at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 26, at Carmichael Park, 500 S. Fourth Ave.

    Bring a helmet, water, bug spray and lights. 

  • The Adams County Museum, 9601 Henderson Road, hosts an old-fashioned summer picnic from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11. It features a caricature artist, the Ladies of Déja Vu quartet, a stilt walker dressed as Charlie Chaplin and baseball players from the Colorado Vintage Baseball Association.

    There will be summer games, such as croquet and horseshoes, ice cream, hot dogs and brats from Archie’s Hotdogs. The museum’s buildings will be open during the picnic as well.

  • Teens ages 11 to 13 can sign up for October classes in self esteem and motivation at the Pennock Center for Counseling, 211 S. 21st Ave.

    The classes will be from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Mondays.

    On Oct. 8, teens will do activities to boost their self-confidence. Oct. 15, they can learn techniques to keep their motivation high. The final class Oct. 22 will be about relationship skills and what a healthy relationship looks like.

  • Tractor Supply Co. workers in Brighton will hold a pet adoption day Saturday, Aug. 25, as part of a month of events  planned to show appreciation for animals.

    Local animal groups interested in participating can contact the Tractor Supply store. Registration closes Wednesday, Aug. 22.

    In addition, Tractor Supply plans to donate $25,000 in grants to 10 animal nonprofit groups. Customers can nominate their favorite groups from Friday, Aug. 3 to Wednesday, Aug. 8.

  • The 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office is offering a free, eight-week citizens academy. It starts at 6 p.m. Sept. 27 and continues through Nov. 15 at 1000 Judicial Center Drive.

    The academy explains the criminal justice system and offers a look at prosecution and law enforcement in Adams and Broomfield counties.

    Applications are due Sept. 10. Call 303-835-5639.

  • Angelica Caballos and Jorge Echavarria welcomed a new son,. Kevin Aguiles Echavarria, to the world June 2 at Platte Valley Medical Center. Kevin weighed in at 7 pounds and 3 ounces.

    The grandparents are Maria Alcala, of Mexico, Crecercio Caballos, of Mexico, Cecila Canela, of Mexico, and Fidel Ecvhavarria Carabajal, of Mexico.

  •  Aleena Ann Burry entered the world at 6 pounds, 5 ounces and 19 ½ inches June 1 at Platte Valley Medical Center. Her parents are Brittany and Matthew Burry of Brighton.

    The grandparents are Michael and Katherine Carlow, of Thornton, and Allen and Jennifer Burry of Littleton. 

    Aleena joins Damien Alexander Burry and Dominic Michael Allen Burry at home.

  • The newest member of Kaitlyn Ann Turner’s home is her son, Gunner Chase Turner

    He was born June 4 at Platte Valley Medical Center. He weighed 6 pounds 6 ounces.

    His grandparents are Kimberly Turner and Kirk Pelis of Fort Lupton. The great-grandparent is Mary Jean Brewer of Fort Lupton.

  • Haley Lorentz and Kasey Dykman of Henderson, announce the arrival of their new son, Karson Ryker Dykman. He was born Oct. 6 at Platte Valley Medical Center. He weighed 7 pounds 15 ounces and measured 18 1/2 inches long. 

    Older sister Kayleigh Ruth, 1, welcomed him home.