Posts tagged Watershed Outreach Coordinator Curry Rosato
“Boulder’s Water – Forest to Faucets and Beyond” panel discussion to be held on July 31
The City of Boulder will host a panel discussion of Boulder’s water resources on Tuesday, July 31, from 12 to 1 p.m. at REI Boulder, 1789 28th St.Residents and visitors are invited to attend this engaging presentation to learn about where Boulder’s water comes from, and how water is distributed and used throughout the community.
Northern Water Public Information Officer Brian Werner, City of Boulder Water Conservation Program Manager Russ Sands and City of Boulder Water Source Manager Jim Creek will speak about state and local water history, supply and quality, as well as statewide water initiatives, including the Colorado Water 2012 project.
The discussion will include tips and tools to help residents conserve water, learn about Boulder StreamTeams, and discover other fun ways to get involved. Free water bottles will be offered to attendees.
For more information about the city’s water education programs, including upcoming water facilities tours, visit www.boulderwater.net > “Watershed Education” or contact Watershed Outreach Coordinator Curry Rosato at 303-413-7365.
Celebrate Boulder’s historic train at a ribbon-cutting and spike drive ceremony on Aug. 4
The City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department will celebrate the restoration of its historic train (locomotive and tender, coach and caboose) with a ribbon-cutting and spike drive ceremony at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Colorado Railroad Museum.
The event will include remarks by officials, a ribbon-cutting and spike drive ceremony, free train rides and performances by the “Legendary Ladies.” Entrance into the Colorado Railroad Museum is free for Boulder residents on Aug. 4 (residents need to bring identification showing their address). The Colorado Railroad Museum is located at 17155 W. 44th Ave. in Golden.
“We are very excited to celebrate the renovation of this important aspect of Boulder’s history and unveil these treasured assets to the public following restoration efforts over the past decades,” said Parks and Recreation Director Kirk Kincannon.
For more information, please visit www.boulderparks-rec.org or call Boulder Parks and Recreation, at 303-413-7200. For information about the Colorado Railroad Museum, visit: www.coloradorailroadmuseum.org.