Bordered by Lincoln, Colfax and Speer, Denver's Golden Triangle is brimming with galleries, museums, restaurants, live music venues, theatres and remarkable architecture. We boast many of Denver's landmarks including the Denver Art Museum, The Colorado Historical Society, The Denver Public Library, and the Byers-Evans House Museum.
Founded in 1993, the Golden Triangle Association (GTA) is a volunteer-powered neighborhood association. Current projects include graffiti remediation, litter clean-up, pet waste stations, monthly Third Thursday parties, HOA Presidents meetings, Urban Design Committee (works with prospective builders and city planners), Good Neighbor Committee, collaborative merchants' events, a semi-annual newsletter, a semi-monthly e-newsletter, and more.
All monies raised by the Association are invested in the neighborhood. Join us!
GTA thanks Rocky Mountain PBS * Dazzle JAZZ *Rooster & Moon Coffee Pub for their collaboration in making our EARTH DAY Celebration and neighborhood clean-up a great success !! Caring for the Earth, and caring after the Golden Triangle.
A big GTA Thank You to SANDRA PHILLIPS GALLERY for a lovely April Third Thursday amidst the brilliant abstract art of Ania Gola-Kumor's "Moving Paint", and the other art and sculpture in this wonderful gallery. Thanks also go Tenth and Blake Beer Company for providing the unique, exceptional Blue Moon Brewery "Impulse", crafted with the juice of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and wheat for notes of dark berries that blend effortlessly into the evening, one of the "Vintage Ale Collection."
GTA thanks Jessica and Josh Barhaug and all the fabulous team at FIRED UP for hosting our March Third Thursday. The most awesome assortment of unusual fantastic pizzas were generously appearing before our eyes- certainly not your father's pizza! Another great neighborhood spot we're glad to have in the Golden Triangle!
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A review of the activities and events, projects and impact of the GTA during the Year 2010
Summary Notes from Annual Meeting 1-15-2013