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Jamming on the Jetty needs volunteers
Jamming on the Jetty still has spots open for volunteers. This event helps to clean up Sloan’s Lake. All proceeds from Jamming on the Jetty go to Sloans Lake Park Foundation. Each volunteer will get a shirt and 2 beer tickets at the event. Please review the available slots at this link and sign up….
City of Denver, a coal boat in the early 20th century
Did you know? Sloan’s Lake was once called Manhattan Beach. This newspaper is from the early 20th century in the 1930’s. In the top center photo you can see Robert and Ernest Steinke along with Adam Graff, all owners of the City of Denver, a coal boat shipped here from the east. The lower photo…
Jamming on the Jetty comes back to Sloan’s Lake!
Jamming on the Jetty is the Sloan’s Lake signature live music event! We believe in bringing our neighbors and community together to create positive change and know that music has the power to do so. Since 2016, we have hosted four Jamming on the Jetty events with great turnouts and the community is hungry for…
Volunteer Clean Up Day at Sloan’s Lake
What a great day for a clean up! 300 volunteers helped the “International We Love You Foundation” clean up Sloan’s Lake Park this past weekend! A great big thank you to everyone that came out and helped! Listen to the CBS 4 Story.
Rates are Low, Inventory is Up – June 2021 Market Update
The Denver Metro Real Estate market is extreme right now but is there any chance it will slow? According to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR), June 2021 “shows a trending return to normalcy with a month-end inventory increase of over 50 percent” Let’s take a look at the numbers. New listings are up…