What's New at Denver - Colorado and Evans
Great news! We’re expanding our hours starting Monday, July 7.
Thank you for your input and for letting us know about your wishes for longer store hours. Because of your requests, we’re expanding our hours by opening earlier and staying open later…every day of the week. We thought you’d enjoy that news and the extra time!
We hope you’ll find our new summer hours very convenient for picking up something for lunch on your way to work, doing your shopping earlier in the morning or later at night, stopping in at night for that one special item you just ran out of, or for picking up the ingredients to the recipe that you just saw on Facebook or on our website.
We also know how much you appreciate that we keep our doors open for a few minutes after the hour so we’re keeping those unique closing times to give you a few extra minutes in your day…just in case life throws you lemons and you need to make lemonade.
Please check out our new hours and try them out. We’ll see you soon! Or, actually, we’ll see you sooner…and later.
Sponsored by: Food & Water Watch, Natural Grocers and
Colorado Interfaith Power & Light
Healthy Farms, Healthy Families
Speakers Forum & Potluck
Weds, April 2nd, 6:30 – 8 PM
Central Presbyterian Church
1660 Sherman Street Denver, CO
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Learn more about the issue of antibiotics resistant bacteria from guest panelists from Denver Public Health, Natural Grocers, American Grassfed Association and Windsor Dairy.
This event is free and open to the public!
Parking is free for the first 80 cars!
(Please park at Wells Fargo Center Garage: 1700 Sherman St)
(1700 Sherman Street)
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Come join us for an evening of good food, conversation, and education!
Learn more about the issue of antibiotics resistant bacteria from guest panelists Dr. William Berman, Medical Director of the Infectious Diseases Clinic of Denver Public Health, Alan Lewis, Director of Food & Agricultural Policy at Natural Grocers, Carrie Balkcom, Executive Director of American Grassfed Association, and Dr. Meg Cattell, veterinarian and co-owner of Windsor Dairy.
For too long, Big Ag has gotten away with prioritizing profit over public health. We should be saving medically important antibiotics for people, and not factory farms. We need our senator, Michael Bennet, to be a public health champion and co-sponsor the Preventing Antibiotic Resistance Act, which would end the overuse of antibiotics in livestock feed, and safeguard their effectiveness in treating you and your loved ones.
Guest speakers at the Forum will address the issue of antibiotic resistant bacteria and explain what can and must be done to counter this growing threat. The panel will conclude with a question and answer period and information on how you can get involved with Food & Water Watch’s Healthy Farms, Healthy Families Campaign.
For more info contact Lisa: 720-689-1937 or firstname.lastname@example.org