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Broomfield Trail - Segment 6 Dedication

Wednesday, October 21       4:30 p.m.

Dedication location
This recently completed segment of the Trail extends west from Lowell Boulevard along the north side of Community Ditch and ties into an existing trail south of the Sheridan Parkway underpass, near the Wildgrass neighborhood.

The ceremony will be at the east end of the trail, near Lowell Boulevard just north of 147th Court. Limited parking is available , so please walk or bike in, if possible.

View a larger map of the site.

Speaker iconTrends in Open Space - Speaker Series

Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library, in the Eisenhower Room
3 Community Park Rd.

Wednesday, Oct. 28: "The Healing Power of Nature: The Science of Nature & Optimal Wellness"   ~ Brian Luke Seaward, Ph.D, Author, Teacher, Filmmaker - speaking on personal health and wellness through nature 

Ellie McKinley

Ellie's Pond Dedication

On the beautiful fall afternoon of October 7, approximately 70 people attended the dedication of Ellie's Pond, located in The Field Open Space just south of 10th Avenue. Mayor Randy Ahrens, Dan Wilkie and Tom Frenzel of the Broomfield Open Space Foundation, and Bob Davis spoke of Ellie's volunteer work that spans many decades.

Visit the pond and enjoy the quiet on one of the two benches there.

Nature Programs

There are several opportunities to explore Broomfield's open lands guided by a local naturalist! See the schedule for 2015.