Eight months of the year, one hour informative FANS meetings are held at the Dos Chappell Bath House, 600 S. Marion Parkway, Denver, Colorado 80209. The Bathhouse is also home of Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado.
These meeting are typically featured on the menu to the right ->
Meetings take place the second Wednesday of each month.
Meetings typically include a brief overview of the latest park news and often feature a guest presenter. We frequently have presenters from the city discussing park improvement projects. Other topics have included, park lake water quality, recycled water impact on trees, chemicals used in the park, guided tree walks, guided bird walks, park photography tips, geese control and squirrels.
Meetings are open to the general public are run from 6pm-7pm.
We are always looking for topic suggestions and presenters of interest to the Washington Park community. If you have a suggestion you may contact anyone on our board.
August and September we normally are on summer meeting hiatus.
November and December we are normally on a winter meeting hiatus.
Previous topics and presenters have included:
- Lake water quality. October, 2019, Alan Polonsky, Environmental Analyst II with Denver Department of Environmental Health, Environmental Quality Division discussed the quality of the water in our lakes. Click here for more information.
- Dan Goldhamer, Extension Agent-Horticulture discusses Japanese beetles. Click here for more information and reference materials.
- Amy Yarger, Horticulture Director Butterfly Pavilion.
Topic: improving pollinator habitat and what plants attract pollinators Amy’s handouts and resources.
- In May we typically conduct a Denver Parks central green house tour.