10:00 am10:00

Parenting Safe Children

  • Isabella Bird Community School

Join us! 

Adults are responsible for keeping children safe from sexual abuse - and child sexual abuse can be prevented.  Here's how:

  1. Educate yourself about how child sexual abuse happens.
  2. Speak with all of your children's caregivers about body safety.

Just as you keep your children safe when bicycling, swimming, cooking, or driving, you can also keep your children safe from sexual abuse.

We believe that keeping children safe is a community imperative, that's why parents from High Tech, Westerly Creek, Swigert, Bill Roberts, and Isabella Bird schools have come together to partner with Parenting Safe Children to bring you this illuminating workshop.

Join us - the prevent plan starts with YOU!

6:30 pm18:30

Being Enye Screening with Mayor Michael Hancock

The ñ Experience, is an engaging 90-minute presentation that combines a screening of the documentary “being ñ” infused with directors cut-style commentary from the film’s star and co-director Denise Soler Cox, offering viewers a unique perspective on the film and an unforgettable live experience.

In 90 minutes, Denise leads the audience on a powerful journey of cultural self-discovery and personal reflection. The result is a heartfelt, humorous and interactive experience that offers audiences a refreshing perspective on how to talk about culture and the feelings we all share around acceptance.

Post-screening we will host a dynamic discussion with Mayor Michael Hancock on the film and themes of culture, acceptance, bias, and privilege.

2:00 pm14:00

A Presentation on Bullying and Assaults on Marginalized Members of Our Community

  • St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral (Dagwell Hall)

We are deeply honored that one of our co-founders, Katica Roy, has been asked to sit on an interfaith panel with Rev. Dawn Duval and Iman Jodeh, sponsored by the Abrahamic Initiative and the Anti-Defamation League.

Here is the agenda for the event:

  1. The event will open with remarks from Jeremy Shaver, Assistant Regional Director of the Mountain States Anti-Defamation League. Jeremy will share what has happened locally and nationally since the election on 11/8/16.
  2. We will then hear from the interfaith panel about what has happened to them personally and to members of their communities.
  3. Jeremy will conclude the presentation with suggestions for ways the audience members can respond to bullying situations that occur in their presence.
  4. We will then break into small groups and share our experiences and reflections.

Please join us for this insightful event.

5:30 pm17:30

Community Menorah Lighting

Join us!  The Community Menorah Lighting begins at 5:30 pm at Founders Green in Stapleton.  It will include refreshments, hot cocoa, and a spectacular fire performance. You can find more info here: