Mission Statement:

Cole Neighborhood Association is...family and friends working together to preserve the architectural history and cultural diversity of the neighborhood while preparing today for a prosperous future.

The next CNA meeting will be Thurs 30 Aug from 6-7:30pm at Wyatt-Edison School (36th and Franklin)

The next CNA meeting will be Thurs 30 Aug from 6-7:30pm at Wyatt-Edison School (36th and Franklin)
Regular meetings of CNA take place on the last Thursday of each month.

August 24, 2009

Clases de YOGA en Español con Focus Points!


Yoga Classes in Spanish with Focus Points!

Yoga is a wonderful practice for a healthy mind and body!


When: The first and third Thursdays of the month
5:30-6:30pm

Where: St. Charles Recreation Center
3777 Lafayette Street

~Please call Linnea if you are interested in joining us: 303-928-7139
Clases de YOGA en Español con Focus Points!
La yoga es muy buena para la salud de
la mente y el cuerpo.

Cuando: El primer y tercer
jueves del mes
5:30-6:30pm

Dónde: St. Charles Rec. Center 3777 Lafayette Street

~Por favor, llamar a Linnea Bjorkman si está interestada en venir: 303-928-7139

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

el Yoga!

What new business would you most like to see in Cole? Please select your top 3 picks.

Considering current and future development and redevelopment in Cole, what type of residential options do you feel best fill the future needs of the neighborhood?

Cole Neighborhood | Denver, Colorado

Cole Neighborhood | Denver, Colorado

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The Cole neighborhood, which became part of the city in 1874, stretches from 32nd Avenue to 40th Avenue and from York Street to Downing Street. Cole Junior High School and the neighborhood itself are named after Carlos M. Cole, a superintendent of Denver's Public Schools who was instrumental in establishing junior high schools in Denver. More than half of the residential blocks were developed prior to 1900. Several historic buildings remain, like the cleanly designed red brick and sandstone Wyatt School on 3620 Franklin Street, built in 1887 and named after its former principal George W. Wyatt.