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Heritage, Culture & the Arts

Do you want to see a play, hear a concert, attend a festival, learn to dance, paint a picture or experience the nostalgia of a 20th Century Museum? The City of Lakewood offers residents a wide range of cultural opportunities throughout the year, and you can learn more about them here.

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Heritage and Promise, the new artwork in the lobby of the Civic Center, reflects the history of Lakewood with images from its agricultural heritage and historical structures while also showing the promise of the future with snap shots of Belmar and the city’s landmarks. The artwork consists of 16 tiles that were sketched, carved and textured with imagery and fired in a kiln. Layers of paint top the surface, creating a bright and whimsical touch. This artwork by Carol Fennell was commissioned by Lakewood’s Public Art Committee. If you’d like to know more about Lakewood’s Public Art Master Plan, visit Lakewood.org/PublicArtMasterPlan.

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Explore the many opportunities available at the historic Washington Heights Arts Center.

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A tour of the Lakewood Cultural Center.

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March 1, 2011 - A look at the tractors preserved at Lakewood's Heritage Center and the dedicated people who maintain them.

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A look at the past, present and future of Colfax Ave.

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A tour of Lakewood's Heritage Center, the events held there and the historic buildings preserved there.

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January 31, 2011 - Denver once had an extensive electric rail transit system that included over 250 miles of city tracks and 40 miles of high-speed interurbans connecting Denver with Golden and Boulder. No. 25 is the last remaining, completely intact, electric railway car out of more than 250 that once served the Denver area. Join us as we take a tour of this car.