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Circuit boards, web development and summer fun

Plugging in wires to a circuit board, typing code, following detailed instructions and bragging about the soda their mom packed into their lunch is a typical afternoon for the 10- to 16-year-old campers in Rudy Klucik’s summer coding camp teaching …
  • Arts & Entertainment

    • High school theater achievements noted with awards presentation

      The fifth annual Bobby G Awards, which recognize Colorado high schools’ winning musical theater productions, designated Valor Christian High School senior Elleon Dobias as outstanding actress in a competition between 42 Colorado High Schools — …

    • In the art trade, exhibit is tied to actual art trade

      Lone Tree’s Art Commission has selected works by Colorado abstract impressionist painter Doug Kacena for the next Commissioners’ Choice exhibit, which will nun through Sept. 11 at the Lone Tree Arts Center. The exhibit, named “Redeveloped,” …

    • Curtain Time

      Benefit performances Area theater people volunteer each summer to produce a play in the lobby at the historic Barth Hotel, 1514 17th St., Denver. It’s a benefit for Senior Housing Options, which provides for more than 500 senior and disabled …

    • ‘Annie’ gives audience chance to see red in downtown Denver

      That optimistic little red-headed girl, Annie, part of our cultural fabric since Harold Gray’s popular comic strip started in the 1920s, will once more overcome the difficulties of life as an orphan in the Depression Era this summer — in Phamaly …

    • Child actors get chance to take part in program

      “Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum! I smell the blood of an Englishman! ...” Actors with the Missoula Children’s Theatre will return to Douglas County for a fourth year to coach young actors and stage a play: “Jack and the Beanstalk.” They will be in …