Tomorrow in Denver: A public celebration of the life force and legacy of Joe Shoemaker


From email from the Greenway Foundation:

A public celebration of the life force and legacy of Joe Shoemaker, Founder and longtime Chairman of both The Greenway Foundation and the Foundation for Colorado State Parks, will be held on Tuesday, August 28th, at Confluence Park (map), beginning at 10:00 a.m. Following, a reception will be held across the River at Shoemaker Plaza. Complimentary parking has been made possible by the Downtown Aquarium (map).

Confluence Park is a large open area. Chairs will be provided, but please be prepared for the weather. It is often very hot and sunny, and there is also the possibility of rain.

The Downtown Aquarium’s parking lot is located on Water St. – one block off of the I-25 and 23rd Ave. exit (#211), across the street from the Aquarium and Fishback Landing Park. The parking lot is situated approximately one block away from Confluence Park. Shuttles are being provided to assist those in need of transportation from the Downtown Aquarium parking to Confluence Park. Attendees are encouraged to car pool to maximize the availability of the limited free parking so generously provided by the Downtown Aquarium.

More South Platte River Basin coverage here and here.

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