SATURDAY: Barn Party & Art Auction
SUNDAY: Trail Walk


And the Trail Walk on Sunday - Have you RSVP'd for all the fun? 

The 9th Annual Barn Party & Art Auction
Date: Saturday, September 14
Time: 6 pm - 10 pm
Location: The Rady Barn

Join your neighbors TOMORROW night to support a great cause at the beautiful, rustic Rady Barn!

The Cherry HIlls Land Preserve's annual Barn Party and Art Auction is an evening to reconnect with friends and neighbors after the long summer while supporting our mission to preserve open lands and inspire land stewardship through education

The Silent Art Auction will feature over 20 local artists - bidding for their beautiful pieces begins TODAY at NOON.

Preview and bid by clicking the button below!

Preview & Bid
  • Janet Anderson
  • Duke Beardsley
  • Susan Bell
  • Mary Lou Blackledge
  • Lorenzo Chavez
  • Virginia Diaz
  • Yi Ellis
  • Dolan Geiman
  • Melinda Smith Haymons
  • Susie Hyer
  • Kent Lemon
  • Leon Loughridge
  • Michael Lynch
  • Kristen Larson Moore
  • Johanna Mueller
  • Scott Parker
  • George Rentz
  • Kathy Riedinger
  • Peter Roosevelt
  • Dancy Gould St John
  • Betsy Johnson Welty
For instructions on how to bid, click here.
The 3rd Annual Trail Walk is this Sunday!
Date: Sunday, September 15
Time: 10 am - 2 pm
Location: Quincy & Lafayette

Due to the presence of the petting zoo, horses and raptors, this is a dog-free event.

Bring your whole family and get outside at our 3rd Annual Family Trail Walk, exploring our open spaces, enjoying some tasty pizza and learning from local conservation organizations! Organizations joining us include:

Cherry Hills Village Art Commission

The Cherry Hills Village Public Art Commission (CHVAC) is devoted to developing a Public Art collection by selecting, locating, placing and maintaining art in public places, exposing the community to the arts, and fostering education programs.
At this year’s CHLP Trail Walk, the Art Commission table will provide information about our public collection, rotating sculpture-on-loan program and exciting search for a permanent piece for the new Village Center.
Families will be provided maps of the City’s public art collection and each child will receive their very own canvas. The CHVAC encourages families to get out and explore the art in the Village. Use your favorite pieces of sculpture and fine art, along with their picturesque natural setting, as inspiration for your own creation! Return your finished canvas to the Village Center and have your masterpiece featured in the Village Crier.


The High Line Canal Conservancy

The High Line Canal Conservancy is a tax-exempt nonprofit that was formed in 2014 by a passionate coalition of private citizens to provide leadership and harness the region’s commitment to protecting the future of the High Line Canal. With support from each jurisdiction and in partnership with Denver Water, the Conservancy is connecting stakeholders in support of comprehensive planning to ensure that the Canal is protected and enhanced for future generations. For more information, please visit

The High Line Canal has long been a beloved asset across our region, but it is outliving its historic use as an irrigation channel. The High Line Canal Conservancy is working to preserve, protect and enhance this ecological and recreational resource by reimagining it as a 71-mile park.

Be a High Line Hero.
Become a High Line Hero today and help shape the next generation of the High Line Canal!


RSVP LINK FIXED - Stargazing
Date: Friday, September 27
Time: 9pm - 11 pm
Location: 4400 East Quincy Avenue, Englewood, CO
It was brought to our attention recently that the link to RSVP in our newsletters and on Facebook were incorrect - so if you would like to attend the Stargazing event, we have now fixed the link! Please RSVP below for this early fall evening under the beautiful Colorado night sky to observe and learn about the many stars in our solar system and beyond.
Do you have a story or upcoming event you want to share with your neighbors about our beautiful open lands here in the Village? Send a message and tell us about it! 

The Cherry Hills Land Preserve is a local non-profit organization dedicated to preserving open lands and inspiring land stewardship through education.

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