Mulligans and Margaritas
July 27 (RSVP by July 25)
4:30 – 10 p.m. (golf tournament begins at 4:30 p.m., fiesta begins at 6:30 p.m.)
Fox Hollow Golf Course, 13410 W Morrison Rd., Lakewood
Metro State Sponsor: Recreation Professions
Contact: Joni Saunders at email@example.com
Cost: $75 Golf tournament with fiesta; $40 fiesta only; $35 fiesta purchased by golfer (limit one/ golfer)
Description: Come to this charity golf tournament
for the Colorado Parks and Recreation Foundation, organized with the
help of students from RECR 393F, Special Event Planning for Recreation.
The nine-hole golf tourney begins at 4:30 p.m. and includes
on-course contests and prizes for top men's, women's and mixed teams and
also an agency cup challenge. Purchase of the golf tournament includes
the fiesta, which includes two margaritas, food, a cash bar, music and
dancing, games, drawing prizes and a silent auction.
All proceeds go to the Colorado Parks and Recreation Foundation.
Space is limited, so put on that sombrero, dust off the clubs and
register today at
**Must have valid ID on person for alcohol and some other attractions.
Responding to Place: Taos
6 – 8 p.m.
Center for Visual Art - 965 Santa Fe Dr.
Metro State Sponsor: Center for Visual Art
Contact: Cecily Cullen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Join MSU Denver art history faculty,
Deanne Pytlinski, Taos Contemporary exhibition co-curator, Stephanie
Grilli, and Taos director of public affairs and tourism, Cathy Connelly,
for a fun and lively discussion about Tao’s legacy as an artist’s
colony. The discussion will explore not only how the New Mexican city’s
unique environment and community has served as a source of inspiration
for artists throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, but also how these
inspirations are alive in the creations showcased at the Taos
Contemporary exhibit. Come discover the Taos that goes beyond Main
Street and the galleries, and you may find yourself planning your own
southwestern pilgrimage. This event is part of the series, “Collective
Vision: New Ways of Seeing with Metropolitan State University of Denver
Faculty at the Center for Visual Art.'' The Taos Contemporary exhibition
runs through August 11.