The UHNA will hold it’s Annual Neighborhood Picnic on Saturday, August 6th, from 12-4pm, at Eisenhower Park. Last year, over 700 neighbors, 15 business, and 10 non-profits got together to share information, play games, listen to local bands, and just have a nice outing in the park! Mark your calendar, and please join us!
DENVER DAYS REGISTRATION OPEN Four years ago, Mayor Hancock created Denver Days, a program that encourages neighbors to get to know each other by hosting block parties, picnics and service projects with an end result of neighbors feeling safer and more connected to the communities. The 2016 Denver Days is coming up July 30 – … More Denver Days at Eisenhower Park
SENIOR SERIES #3: MIND & BODY FITNESS Wednesday, May 25, 1-3 PM Eisenhower Rec Center Stay active and healthy! Come and learn about lifelong learning classes, volunteer opportunities and senior physical fitness programs in our district.
We “dues a lot” with the dues we get, so please pay your $20 annual dues today! Contribute online at http://www.uhna.com or pay at the Membership Meeting or the next UHNA Event!
Diane Young, former aide to retired Denver Councilwoman Peggy Lehmann, former Director on the Governor’s Council on Aging, and Senior Advocate, will be speaking on senior services and programs at the UHNA Membership Meeting on Thursday, May 19th, at 6pm, at the Bradley School Library. She is an excellent source for seniors, families with seniors, … More Senior Outreach and Services
Last summer, during Denver Days, the UHNA sponsored three evenings of family movies at dusk in neighborhood driveways. Each night drew about 40 residents, and everyone enjoyed popcorn, soda, and a fun movie under the stars. The UHNA is looking for University Hills neighbors with a driveway and garage door who would want to show … More Host a Summer Driveway Drive-In
The Highline Canal/Wellshire Golf Course informational meeting held on April 27th, sponsored by Denver City Councilwoman Kendra Black was a huge success . . . especially for attendance! Expecting about 30 attendees, the staff of the Wellshire had to scramble when at least 200+ neighbors and interested citizens showed up. Here is UHNA Non-Profit Chairman … More Notes from Highline Canal Meeting