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We at the Agency for Human Rights and Community Partnerships (HRCP) are thrilled to announce the 11th annual Denver Days! Registrations are now open for Denver Days 2023, celebrated during the first weekend of August.
From August 4-6, more than 150 neighborhood block parties, social events, and community service projects will be hosted FREE OF CHARGE. Denver Days was created in 2012 by Mayor Michael B. Hancock to promote neighborhood celebrations and encourage participation in community service projects.
“For 11 years now, Denver Days has helped thousands of neighbors connect with one another,” Mayor Hancock said. “By bringing our communities closer together in a fun and healthy environment, we’re making our city a safer, more vibrant place for everyone to live, work and play.”
The deadline to register a Denver Days event is July 21. Denver Days park permits are free of charge to those neighborhoods holding a picnic or public event. The cost for block party barricades is also waived. Before planning an event, visit Denver Parks Rules and Regulations.
For event registrations, visit the Denver Days Webpage at denvergov.org/denverdays.
Take a look back at Denver Days 2022: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlCvkXW-JzQ