Tired from the week and need a place to escape and have some fun? On Friday evenings the recreation center is yours! Join Denver Parks and Recreation for our Night Moves program where you can unwind and be yourself! You can socialize, eat food, join an activity, and develop important life skills.
Night Moves provides teens a safe space to enjoy a variety of sports, wellness, arts, and cultural activities. Join us on Friday nights between January, 6 2023–May 26, 2023 from 6:00–9:00 p.m. at one of our six locations:
Aztlan Recreation Center [paused at this location until March 2023]
Barnum Recreation Center
College View Recreation Center
La Alma Recreation Center
Montbello Recreation Center
St Charles Recreation Center
We are partnering with the following organizations to increase the diversity in activities:
New Cottage Arts believes in transforming lives through engagement in the arts. We provide year-round group classes, private lessons, workshops, and performances for all community members.
Classes include: piano, guitar, strings, voice, DJing, digital music production, student ensembles including jazz ensemble and rock band, all levels of visual art classes in painting, drawing, portraits, and mural design.
New Cottage Arts believes in bringing the arts to everyone, and is excited to be partnering with Denver Parks and Recreation for Night Moves.
Locations with New Cottage Arts programs:
- Aztlan Recreation Center
- St Charles Recreation Center
Struggle of Love Foundation (SOLF) is a 501c3 organization located in the Far Northeast, Montbello / Green Valley community. SOLF was created to provide community awareness, involvement, educational, and enrichment activities for at-risk children and youth. SOLF addresses academic gaps, youth mental health, youth violence prevention, gang intervention, and promotes healthy lifestyles. Our goal is to give back to the community in areas of struggle | “Showing Our Love to Save Our Lives.”
Locations with Struggle of Love Foundation programs:
- Montbello Recreation Center