Residents of Castle Rock spent Super Bowl Sunday in their own ways on Feb. 3, from exercising to concert going to watching the game from breweries. A snow-covered Miller Activity Complex didn't stop …
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Residents of Castle Rock spent Super Bowl Sunday in their own ways on Feb. 3, from exercising to concert going to watching the game from breweries.
A snow-covered Miller Activity Complex didn't stop Lora Machado, of Parker, from using the grounds to take in the day's sunset and tackle the 200-step Challenge Hill. Machado said it's how she spends many of her evenings and appreciating the outdoors was more important to her than attending a Super Bowl Party.
At Maddie's Biergarten was Tyler Kellogg, among family and friends. The group watched the game after attending the concert of Stelth Ulvang, a member of The Lumineers who played Maddie's earlier that day as part of a personal tour.
Down the street at Wild Blue Yonder Brewing was Jennie James, who traveled from Oregon to visit friends. James was decked out in Broncos gear as she watched the game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams.
James' friend, Lois Piccolottie, said the game offered a chance to do something exciting on their Sunday night.
“It's been fun,” she said. “Enjoying being out of the house.”
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