Right here in Arvada, Colorado. I am just devastated!
Hi! Roscoe, Monty and Henry here with a guest blog post, this week’s extreme dog treats.
Pork skin rolls, freshly ground grass fed beef bone and marrow, Begging Brews gourmet spent beer grain dog treats.
The beef bone and marrow is from Western Daughters Butcher Shop. This shop provides local beef, pork, and poultry. All suppliers raise their animals in humane and healthy conditions. All parts of the animals are available and used in products with little or no waste. (Mom said she get us some chicken feet soon.)
The Begging Brews dog treats? They are from
A dog friendly brew pub.
A portion of all proceeds from the sale of these treats go to the Pink Boot Society, supporting women in the brew craft industry!
Dog friendly brewery with dog treats? See you soon!
Takayama, Japan has been Denver’s Sister City Takayama since 1960. The Takayama Women’s Chorale is singing at Simpson United Methodist Church Friday, August 11, 2017 at 4:30 pm. The Chorale will be performing traditional Japanese songs. The performance is free. For more information please contact Kaitlyn Lyle at 303.923.6865. Simpson is located at 6001 Wolff Street in Arvada. Want to learn about Takayama? Visit the city’s website here: City of Takayama website (English version): http://www.hida.jp/english/
the Arvada Chorale delighted again with their special guests the internationally famed Irish music group Colcannon.
what is Colcannon? This was not your potato and cabbage dish but as the name indicates this talented group has a great sense of humor.
Had a great time and got back into my sketching a bit.
Guess what I did today?
Joined some interesting people to sit and knit in public in Olde Town Arvada square. Sitting in the shade of huge trees and the light breeze made it very pleasant.
Made some great new friends who pick a different charity to knit for every few months.
and this guy?
getting ready for Beatles Night. Several bands will be playing Beatles music in the square. Free family fun. He was painting the circles for a game called Twister from that era. Green, orange and blue dots to follow. This guy was thin and wirey, he’s going to be great at the game!