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Inspiration for Busy Families Supporting Kids' Learning Senior Resources of Broomfield Addresses Ageism, Other Challenges of Aging Community Members The Refuge Strives to Provide a Place of Belonging Broomfield's Builders: Jane Spain Weaving a 60-Year Tapestry of Dance and Art in Broomfield

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Broomfield Farmers’ Market Provides, Adapts to the Times – Fresh, Local Products Sold Each Tuesday

Dave Carter remembers the very first night, when the concept of a community farmers’ market was just an idea shared over a few drinks. It very quickly became reality, and the Church Green Team was calling vendors and setting up tents.


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Things Work Out

Whatever your belief system, I think people are inherently hopeful. Without some sense of optimism, what would our purpose be? How would you get up each day? The world begs us to “live” and to “be” and it is hard to do those things without hope – whether you call it that (or admit it) or not. When life is difficult, I find it comforting to tell myself that no matter the challenge I might be facing in the moment, there’s bound to be something better a little further down the road. Sometimes we may need to actually pass the good thing and look back, and only recognize it as something good in the rear view mirror. My journey to start this magazine was a little like this. Some bad and uncomfortable things had to happen to open the door for the many positive and good things that birthed this publication. And some of the things that were bad and uncomfortable as they passed by were actually quite good in hindsight. As the months of living under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic stretch on, like me, you may constantly be asking questions. Why is this happening? What are we supposed to take away from this? When will it be over? Will things ever be “normal” again? And each of us has something to mourn. Freedoms taken, jobs lost, friends and family members missed, occasions skipped. I write this column as we prepare for my older daughter’s wedding; a wedding that for the past four months we doubted would happen at all. But the world opened just enough in late July that we were able to put together a celebration. It is not the celebration that we planned and portions of it feel stitched and taped, but it is happening and we are thankful and hopeful and optimistic. Our home is filled with boxes. Boxes of decorations, boxes of gifts, boxes for moving – because the bride and groom are relocating to Houston after the wedding where he is going to Grad School. And each box is simultaneously filled with abundant joy and sadness and a million other emotions that as her mother I can’t describe. And sitting next to the boxes is a slightly anxious, blossoming young woman who just yesterday was our baby girl, and then our precocious preschooler, and our beautiful ballerina, and our softball slugger, and our high school salutatorian, and now this young man’s bride. By the time you read this the wedding will be done and we will be loading a moving truck. And none of it will have turned out the way that we thought it was going to be but all of it will have been just the way it should have been. And they will get in a truck and drive. Full of optimism and hope. And I will cry, but I will try to smile too. And things will work out. This year my husband and I have been married 24 years. A few years ago I wrote this on our anniversary: “You walk down the aisle with a vision of what your life together will be. Years later it is quite a bit different than the vision, but more wonderful, in ways that you could not have imagined.” And that’s life. It is not always the way we expect or plan it, but things work out … they might even be wonderful. Congratulations Megan and Dylan. We love you. Thanks for reading,

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EVENTS AUGUST 4 Broomfield 100 Women Who Care Join 100 Women Who Care virtually for their quarterly meeting on August 4 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The Broomfield Community Foundation, the non-profit’s recipient from last quarter, will share how the donation has helped them serve their community. Three representatives from different non-profit organizations will then give short presentations so that members can vote for who will receive a donation this month. Zoom meeting details will be emailed to members on August 3. For more information on how to join 100 Women Who Care visit their website

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Guys Who Give will be hosting their third quarter event on August 12 at Wonderland Brewing Company. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. with the event following from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Participating men in the community each donate $100 per quarter to a different local nonprofit organization with a goal to donate $10,000 a quarter. For more information on the event, search for Guys Who Give Broomfield on Facebook.

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BUSY FAMILIES Parents Can Support Kids’ Learning, Whatever That May Be By Lisa Payne

Here we are in August. And I’m pretty sure we are all asking ourselves if our kids will be going back to school or doing online learning this fall. This is usually the month of trying to soak up every last minute of summer in conjunction with buying school supplies and managing feelings of change with the new season and new schedules. I have asked myself a lot of questions this summer. Are my kids using tech too often? Is Snapchat a good idea? Will my kids ever forgive me for my impatience with online learning? Will they forget everything they’ve learned because I am not making them read every day? Will I have more bad mom moments if I have to teach them again in the fall? How has this pandemic affected our kids emotionally? Since I am not an expert in the education department, I thought it might be helpful to interview Nichole Barnett, who has been teaching for 24 years in first grade through graduate school and has been working for BVSD for years. I first asked her about how the statewide quarantine affected the end of the 20192020 school year, and Barnett, a 6th grade reading teacher at Aspen Creek PK-8, said that mental health during these unprecedented times is her number one concern. “Students, at their core, are social beings. They learn and work best when they are with other kids. When normal socialization was taken away from our students, it potentially created a huge hole in their social and emotional development.” She further explained the importance of balancing learning with providing time for students to deepen their social skills with friends however possible during quarantine. Barnett said that parents can put social-emotional supports in place for their kids so that they can be successful no matter what the new school year looks like. Here is her advice. “First, do as much as you can to provide routine and structure. Kids thrive when their learning environment is free from distractions and is designed for learning. Second, parents need to be their child’s biggest cheerleader. Don’t do the work for them. Explain that learning should be challenging and growth happens when outside their comfort zone.” And lastly, Barnett addressed the big screen time concern. “It is important for parents to monitor screen time. If students are online learning, they are most likely using their devices for social connections to the world.” Barnett explained that “it can be tricky to monitor screen time since we want them to have social connection with friends but not spend all day on tech.” She suggested scheduling “tech free” time each day to ride bikes, hike, and get moving physically. I need to intervene here for a brief moment to say that I thought a week off of tech was a good idea. While the kids had a ball using their creativity by weed whacking inappropriate pictures into the lawn and causing water leaks through the family room


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ceiling, Nichole’s advice for more sporadic tech free time seems like a better option. No matter what the outcome for the upcoming school year, Barnett wants everyone to know how much teachers miss the kids. “People who enter education as a career love kids and this separation has reminded us of what that human connection with our students really means.” Thank you to all teachers who love our kids and want them back in the fall. We want you to have them back too. Hoping for the best! Lisa Payne is a Broomfield resident and mother of four growing children.


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Continues Mission in Changing World

Community Support More Important than Ever

Gina Coufal is the Founder and Executive Director of Development at FRIENDS of Broomfield. We would like to thank her for taking time to provide us with an interview about how FRIENDS is adjusting their programs to continue serving their participants. ~ Megan Mayes

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How would you describe FRIENDS of Broomfield? FRIENDS is a nonprofit organization providing services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. For the last 20 plus years our mission has been to enhance our community by creating opportunities for individuals through an innovative and person-centered approach.

they lose ground and have to relearn tasks they had made progress with. The hardest situation has been with participants in our Supported Employment program. It’s hard enough to find a job, especially for someone with an intellectual/developmental disability. Of 20 participants, several lost their jobs permanently, six are back in job development, and the rest are waiting for word they can return to their job. The lack of income has been tough on them as well, given they all fall below the poverty level anyway. Still, they are the most positive individuals I’ve ever met.

How have your programs changed in response to the pandemic? We were forced to close on March 15 and it devastated our participants and families. We only re-opened for “in-person” services recently, serving a very small few. We realized early on that we needed to find a way to support our Friends. Staff creatively developed and quickly offered about 20 online classes for participants to ZOOM into including art, cooking, science, music, hiking, social hour, DIY, health and safety classes, and more. Online classes have been very popular as most seriously missed seeing their peers. As restrictions have changed, we have been able to provide split schedules for up to seven individuals on site at a time, and several more receive one-on-one staff support at home or in the community.

How have your FRIENDS responded to these changes? Our participants do best with structure and routine. They have had a rough time with being quarantined, schedule changes, and not having the ability to participate in activities the way they did before the pandemic. In addition, without constant opportunity to work on skills for everyday living,

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What can community members do to support FRIENDS during this time? Being a non-profit is challenging. FRIENDS is a service provider agency and we can only bill for services that are provided. Without programs operating, we may not recover the revenue needed. We are fundraising what we can but it’s tough in the current environment. Grant funders are also focused on front line Covid relief (food insecurity, housing, and healthcare) so FRIENDS doesn’t qualify. Participating in our GirlFRIENDS virtual Luncheon on August 1 and making donations to help us provide PPE and other program supplies will go a long way to helping us ensure our doors stay open for our Friends! We need our community to accomplish this. Please visit when it’s safe to do so, and see firsthand what your support can do. It’s truly heartwarming to see our friends living their best lives!

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Farmers' Market Provides, Adapts to the Times Fresh, Local Products Sold Each Tuesday By Megan Mayes

Dave Carter is Volunteer Market Manager for the farmers’ market, and has been since it’s creation in 2011. He even remembers the very first night, when the concept of a community farmers’ market was just an idea shared over a few drinks. It very quickly became reality, and the Church Green Team was


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calling vendors and setting up tents. On the first day the market had 16 vendors and almost 400 shoppers. Since then it has grown steadily into the weekly event Broomfield residents enjoy today. The mission from the beginning has been to “create a destination that connects the community with healthy food and local farmers, and demonstrates the stewardship commitment of Holy Comforter Episcopal Church.” The space and atmosphere were designed with the hope that people would want to stop by to hang out and connect with their neighbors after coming home from work. During normal operations, this included live music and food trucks for visitors to enjoy. Although it was organized by members of The Holy Comforter church and sits on their Photo by Pat Eichner previously empty lot, the farmers’ market was created with the intention of serving the entire Broomfield community through more than fresh produce. The organizers take all of

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their net profits and give back to the community through grants to Broomfield FISH, A Precious Child, Meals on Wheels, and other organizations. They have also Photo by Pat Eichner made sure that every person can have access to high quality and healthy food by doubling the value of WIC and food stamps used at the market. All of these efforts have contributed to shape the culture of the market into a community focused establishment. Recently, Carter has felt encouraged by the increase in community involvement, particularly from people outside of the church community who would like to volunteer in and for the market. He said, “there is a space for everyone regardless of how much time they can give.” The entire operation is made possible by a team of about 40 volunteers. They do a variety of jobs, including scheduling, finance, outreach, setup, and clean up. The team is popular with vendors because they are happy to help set up equipment and tents, and even help operate booths as necessary. Carter is their Chief Spokesperson and Vendor Coordinator. He is well equipped for the position based on his career in agriculture and experience with farmers’ markets in other capacities. He is the Executive Director of the National Bison Association and has his own herd which he runs in partnership with two other ranchers. The farmers’ market continues to support Broomfield every Tuesday afternoon by ensuring that shoppers have a safe and clean place to get food with social distancing measures enforced. They have arranged their market to have one entrance and one exit, with hand sanitizer provided and masks required for shoppers, vendors, and volunteers. If people arrive at the market without a mask, they are provided one for free so they don’t have to leave.

At the early “mini markets” this season there were about seven vendors, but plans are to slowly increase the size as health precautions allow. The market has also made accommodations to help vendors who have been financially impacted by these limitations. Vendors are welcome to the market free of charge as long as they are providing wholesome food to the community.

For more information or to learn about volunteer opportunities, please visit Broomfield Farmers’ Market at Holy Comforter on Facebook or email

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Focuses on Short- and Long-Term COVID-19 Efforts By Kristen Beckman


hen the COVID-19 crisis hit in mid-March, the Broomfield Community Foundation redirected its efforts to disaster response. Adopting the mantra to ‘Keep Moving Forward,’ the foundation has participated in efforts to fund local nonprofits that have provided food, shelter, hygiene, and healthcare equipment and services to those who need it most. “Every organization has been impacted negatively and thrown for a loop by COVID-19,” said Marianna Williamson, Executive Director of the Foundation. “Rather than conducting our usual fundraising and hosting events that keep the Foundation up and running, we have focused 100 percent of our efforts on disaster relief.” Much of the Foundation’s work to support Broomfield citizens during the COVID-19 crisis has been executed through Broomfield’s Disaster Relief Fund and the Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) initiative, which was created more than 10 years ago to plan for community crises. VOAD is a network collaboration of independent voluntary, community and faith-based organizations, community and business leaders, and government representatives focused on disaster preparedness, response, and recovery in conjunction with the City and County of Broomfield’s Office of Emergency Management to provide support and resources in times of need. This is the first time in its history the VOAD has been activated, said Williamson. As of July 1, the Disaster Relief Fund had raised and distributed more than $141,000 via 36 grants to fund local nonprofit organizations that are providing basic needs to the community’s most vulnerable populations. Williamson said she has been heartened by the generosity of Broomfield residents, several of whom donated their stimulus checks to the Foundation’s COVID-19 efforts. The Foundation is focused on both short- and long-term needs related to COVID19. Short-term initiatives include the Foundation’s Emergency Sheltering Fund and collaboration with the Refuge and FISH to provide safe shelter with local hotel partners for Broomfield’s unhoused population during the stay-at-home order, while long-term Targeted initiatives include:


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needs are anticipated related to mental health and small business recovery. Community foundations allow people to make charitable donations aimed at specific community needs, knowing that the recipients have been vetted and their dollars are making the greatest possible impact to populations and groups that need them. The Broomfield Community Foundation was founded more than 25 years ago with a focus on serving five areas: civic projects, human service programs, arts and humanities, senior citizen programs, and educational programs. Since 1993, the Broomfield Community Foundation has invested more than $2.5 million into the Broomfield community and supported more than 100 community nonprofits. Broomfield Community Foundation operations are funded through two events each year. The Heart of Broomfield Awards was held in early March this year, just days before COVID-19 hit the community. The Dancing with the Broomfield Stars event, normally held in September, has been canceled this year due to the pandemic, but Williamson said the foundation is tentatively planning a smaller Kentucky Derby-themed event, in partnership with Sill-TerHar Motors in September, that would help recoup revenue losses. Broomfield residents can help the Broomfield Community Foundation and fellow residents by making monetary donations, supporting one or more of its managed funds (https://broomfield., or directing financial support to its COVID-19 Disaster Relief and Recovery effort (www.

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Addresses Ageism, Other Challenges of Aging Community Members By Bette Erickson

Senior Resources of Broomfield, Inc. (SRB) works hard to advocate on behalf of the city and county’s older population and its impacts are clear. But the efforts and results of this non-profit are far more multi-dimensional. Because when you empower one segment of a community, the effects flow out to so many others. “I’m really passionate about helping seniors and I appreciate how our older residents have shaped Broomfield,” explained Kim Groom, a City Councilwoman and Broomfield native. “While there’s lots of resources for people who need assistance, sometimes our seniors are forgotten about. I think being involved in an organization that supports this population is what I like about serving on the SRB Board. Contributing to a population that has shaped our community.” Groom has been a part of the SRB Board for some five years. SRB’s important Mission Statement is: In partnership with the Broomfield Community, Senior Resources of Broomfield, Inc., (SRB) is an independent, nonprofit organization, striving to improve the quality of life for all seniors and their families through fundraising, volunteerism, advocacy, and representation of a diverse senior population to the Area Agency on Aging, and raising awareness about Broomfield’s seniors’ issues. (Source: With a median age in Broomfield currently at 46.7-years old, the city’s older citizens (age 65+) make up 13.8% of the population according to the 2019 Census. And it’s a vital and active group. “I think our seniors are very engaged and they continue to contribute to our community,” Groom said. “They were active as younger residents and they model what community service is all about.” She adds, “They take care of themselves, too. I have respect for that generation.” Let’s face it, all of us are aging. However, throughout America and elsewhere in the world it appears that ageism and its attendant discrimination is a problem. Indeed, ageism it seems, is the last acceptable prejudice. As if that’s not bad enough, prejudice creates an ‘us versus them’ mentality, pitting us against each other. If you give this a little more thought, whether you are a Baby Boomer, a Gen X or a Millennial, know that practicing ageism is creating a prejudice against our own future selves. And if we’re lucky, we’ll all get to be much older adults. SRB works to bridge all those divisions, bringing Broomfield residents together whether via fundraisers or all-inclusive community events.


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Groom is not yet old enough to have earned the moniker ‘senior citizen’ but she said the reason she advocates for that demographic is because we as a community must listen to older residents, continuing to figure out how best to create an outreach program as this group grows, and how best to partner with the city to meet those needs. SRB’s role is to meet those needs, by way of fundraising for senior programs. Some of those programs include Meals on Wheels, transportation, the respite program, facilitating the medical equipment rental program and the annual Broomfield Days SRB Classic Car Show and golf tournament. To learn more about SRB, its upcoming fundraisers and community events visit, call 303-416-6073, or email

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For Those on the Margins, The Refuge Provides

Compassion and Connection By Kristen Beckman

There are many people in communities everywhere who feel like they don’t have a place where they belong. In Broomfield, The Refuge strives to provide a place of belonging. The Refuge is a Christian community and mission center built on the shared values of presence, engagement, transformation, welcome, creativity, and celebration. Founded in 2006, The Refuge focuses on community members on the margins and those who are in need, including single moms and their kids, retirees, LGBTQ+ community members, people with disabilities, people whose housing situation is unstable, and others in need. The Refuge offers a variety of services and fills many needs for community members, from hosting recovery support groups and art classes to providing a place to take a shower and have lunch among friends at the Refuge Café. The Refuge also reaches outside the walls of its facility on Quay Street to help individuals in need wherever they are. “The Refuge fills a niche in Broomfield and the surrounding North Metro area as a community where people are welcomed and offered hospitality and invited into a community in which all are called to give and receive – it’s really a journey that everyone who is part of the Refuge is on, because we’re all God’s image-bearers, we all have our own stories and pain and trauma and triumphs,” said Marrton Dormish, Minister of Community Engagement at the Refuge. During the COVID-19 crisis, the Refuge was instrumental in addressing some of the immediate needs vulnerable members of the community faced. Members of its clergy were able to raise $10,000 from local churches to provide hotel vouchers for individuals with nowhere else to go.


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“When the statewide “stay-at-home” order went into effect, we knew we needed to do something, because you can’t stay safe at home if you have no home, and since Broomfield has no full-time shelter, the only viable alternative was to put people up in local hotels,” said Dormish.

The Refuge was able to leverage relationships with hotels that it had created through its involvement in the Code Blue Warming Center network, and it knew which community members needed help with housing thanks to its ongoing contact with them throughout the year. Together with Broomfield Health and Human Services, the Broomfield Community Foundation, Broomfield FISH, and others, the Refuge provided shelter for 35-40 people, including single parents with their children, families, veterans, long-time Broomfield residents, and victims of domestic violence. Dormish said they were able to help one elderly couple who have been living in their truck for two years after their apartment burned down. “There are so many stories like theirs, and that’s the important thing, really, is to know that people on the margins are people first, that they have names and faces and loved ones and hopes and dreams just like everyone else,” said Dormish. “One conversation I had with a woman who has been unhoused off and on for the last three years also comes to mind in that it encapsulates life on the margins for many of our friends. We were talking about how difficult it was for her to stay in her car sometimes and then be in a nearby shelter sometimes, when she would be afraid for her safety, and she said to me, ‘Some of us just don’t have a place in this world.’” In addition to helping with shelter, The Refuge has provided care packages of food and household items to those in need and has transitioned its Café, which provides free lunch, Wi-Fi, and help with accessing resources, to include drive-through services and outdoor gatherings. Dormish said the best way for the community to help The Refuge is to help their neighbors and community members in need. “There are so many challenges and they seem neverending and we already feel extremely stretched doing what we’re doing! We need new initiatives and new volunteers, not just at the Refuge, but all across our community at schools, at senior-focused facilities, at our Code Blue Warming Center in the winter, and more. We need people to envision what it would look like for Broomfield to become the best version of itself, a great small town where neighbors help their neighbors and where everyone is known and respected and has a voice.”

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A Precious Child Prepares to Help Students Succeed During Coming School Year By Kristen Beckman

Each summer, A Precious Child helps prepare students in need for the upcoming school year by providing them with backpacks filled with supplies and necessities donated by local businesses and members of the community.

This year, the organization has had to re-think its strategy for reaching not only students but also their families and other community members in need. When schools first closed down this spring in response to COVID-19, A Precious Child provided 333 Inspiring Minds STEM kits filled with educational activities to children in need through its agency partners and Resource Center in order to enhance learning outside of the school setting. In addition, the organization surveyed its clients and agency partners to assess their most pressing needs in order to determine which services and resources would be the most critical. It pivoted its programming and immediately began working to provide essential cleaning, hygiene and baby items to those in need. A Precious Child distributed more than 11,000 bottles of hospital-grade disinfectant cleaner that families couldn’t find anywhere else, as well as other essential items to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The organization is now evaluating what different needs students may have during the upcoming school year, but it remains focused on the fact that no matter where students are spending their time learning, they will still need supplies. Early in July, A Precious Child kicked off its Fill A Backpack program and is asking for the community’s help with donations of backpacks and school supplies, ranging from glue sticks and crayons for kindergartners to composition notebooks and graph paper for high schoolers. “A Precious Child’s need for Fill A Backpack donations has grown this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Misti Wright, Programs Director for A Precious Child. “Ensuring students enter the school year with confidence and prepared to learn is especially important for low-income students. They are most at-risk for falling behind during distance-learning because they are less likely to have consistent access to technology and out-of-school educational support than their more affluent peers. We’re adopting virtual donation options in order to provide a safe experience for all of our donors to continue to be involved in supporting children with their needed supplies. We are hopeful that anyone who is able will consider sponsoring a child’s backpack.”


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Backpacks and supplies are distributed to children through the organization’s Resource Center and agency partners including schools, human services organizations, at-risk youth centers homeless shelters, and foster care organizations. Broomfield residents can help by hosting a general supply drive, hosting a virtual supply drive, hosting a virtual fundraising page, donating funds or volunteering their time. A Precious Child also continues to collect donations of cleaning supplies, hygiene items, and diapers. Based in Broomfield, A Precious Child impacts children in eight Colorado counties through numerous programs, including distributing more than 17,000 backpacks each year. “Our Fill A Backpack program is important because it ensures underprivileged children get to start the first day of school feeling confident and prepared to succeed academically. This year’s need is higher because so many families have lost their income and have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some families who were in a good place last year may have different circumstances now – and we want to be there to support them. Our goal is to give children a sense of normalcy and to be on the same footing as their peers by providing them with these necessary supplies. With school ending so abruptly this past year, creating a solid foundation for the new school year is more important than ever,” explained Carina Martin, CEO and Founder for A Precious Child. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Email: Call: 303-466-4272 7051 W. 118th Ave., Broomfield, CO 80020


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Broomfield’s Builders:

Jane Spain Weaves 60-Year Tapestry of Dance and Art in Broomfield By Tina Eichner

Editor’s Note: This month I am excited and proud to introduce a new feature in Our

Broomfield™ Magazine: Broomfield’s Builders. In each issue we will interview one of the dozens of people who have helped shape our city, county, and community, either in the early days or more recently. This month, I was honored to sit down with Jane Spain, founder of Dance Arts Studio and a key contributor to establishing Broomfield’s rich arts and culture foundation.


visited Jane Spain at her home in Broomfield on a sunny afternoon in early July, with her long-time friend and colleague Heidi Thomas (current owner of Dance Arts Studio). I’ve known Jane for a long time. My siblings and I went to school with her children, and for more than 10 years my girls took dance instruction from Heidi and Jane’s amazing staff at Dance Arts Studio. For as long as I can remember, Jane has been a presence in the Broomfield Arts. From her many roles at Dance Arts Studio, to her constant volunteer efforts – most notably with the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities – active Broomfield residents are bound to encounter Jane. At 90-years-old she still projects the aura of a dancer – with an elegant posture and unmistakable grace and liveliness to her Heidi Thomas (current owner of Dance Arts Studio) and Jane Spain movements. And I cannot remember ever seeing her without a broad smile on her face. Credit may be 1961 with about 20 students. In 1961 she due to her early training in ballet, which she described as, “a strict curriculum that held the studio’s first recital at Emerald provides a foundation for any style of dance.” Elementary School. In 1965, a new I asked Jane about her path to Broomfield and her dance journey, and she young student named Heidi moved to joyfully told me the story. Jane was a young dancer living in Iowa in the late 1950s Broomfield and began taking dance with and was exploring several dance teaching and performance opportunities in Jane. At the time, the two did not know Colorado, including directing a dance program at Denver’s Elitch Gardens. When that they would become lifelong friends that opportunity fell through, she found her way to Broomfield and a small studio and partners in the Arts. on Quay St. that had been built for another teacher who also had a change of plans. Heidi recalled, “Mrs. S. was so Jane started the Morrow School of Dance at that studio on Quay Street in


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graceful. She had beautiful long black hair and high-heeled silver tap shoes,” and smiled as she shared her first impressions of her dance teacher. “And she had such foresight. She knew that Broomfield was going to grow.” “There was nothing in the way of Arts programs in Broomfield at the time,” said Jane. “A community that doesn’t have Arts is not providing a full service to the community.” Her vision and desire to create this in her community led her to the Broomfield City Council and Broomfield’s early leaders where she made a case for the creation of The Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities. The rest, as they say, is history. The Morrow School of Dance grew from 20 students in 1961 to more than 200 in 1983. Heidi later bought the studio from her friend and mentor and renamed it Dance Arts Studio. And through the years Jane has remained an active, visible, and viable part of the studio. From mentoring and inspiring students, to providing creative direction, to making sets and props and costumes, and directing and producing recitals, she is the heart of the studio. Her career and impact in Broomfield are grounded in her desire to “Share your Art.” This motivation led her to create Children’s Dance Theatre in 1974. The annual program brings free dance performances to Broomfield area schools. “So many children never get a chance to see a live production. Children’s Dance Theater was my gift to the community.” Jane has been recognized numerous times for her contributions including earning the Heart of Broomfield Arts Award in 2001 and being named a Living Legend of Dance in Colorado in 2018. Her greatest contribution is undoubtedly bringing the beauty and art of dance to thousands of local children through her 60-year career in Broomfield. Jane Spain

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Broomfield Hiking Offers Exceptional Experiences for All By Bette Erickson

The year was 2015 when city and county planners came up with the brilliant Broomfield 100 challenge. The goal of the three-month Broomfield 100 event is to encourage outdoor exercise, expose participants to the city’s expansive and well-planned trails system, and generally get residents enthused about healthy activity. It’s called the Broomfield 100 because the goal is for participants to complete some 100 miles of walking, running, biking or hiking on the city’s extensive trails network. Those interested are encouraged to pick up a virtual trail passport via the city and county website and hike or bike the routes. The program culminates at the city’s annual Broomfield Days celebration in September. See the sidebar article for more detailed information on how to participate.

Here are a couple of ideal hiking destinations to add to your Broomfield outdoor repertoire, with or without a canine companion:

Metzger Farm This expansive open space offers several miles of inter-connected gravel hiking routes, a dock, picnic pavilion, and designated parking area for up to 40 vehicles. The 152acre farm is a result of a municipal award-winning joint effort between the cities of Broomfield and Westminster. The public park, open from sunrise to sunset, offers dogs and their caregivers a valuable connector from existing Broomfield trails to the popular Big Dry Creek trail system in Westminster. If you’re visiting Metzger Farm with a young puppy, consider a quick mile out and back jaunt along the trail from the north edge of the parking area. Continue east staying right to drop down by the pond’s spillway and crossing the bridge connecting to the Big Dry Creek Trail. Return the way you came. Alternatively, you could take a left where the trail forks just past the farmstead and head north looping around either by turning west or turning right (east) completing a larger circular route. To get there: Metzger Farm is located on the northeast corner of Lowell Blvd. and 120th Ave.

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and uninterrupted views of the mountains to the west. The leisurely 1.5-mile loop circling the lake is ideal for a quiet walk with curious canines. Runners, equestrians and cyclists also enjoy the route. From the parking area, go right along the single-track dirt path near the water and through the brush. Notice the interpretive sign and pier nearby. Fishing is allowed. You will briefly be walking alongside a fenced farm to access a wide social trail to the west of the lake, eventually coming upon the new south dam of McKay Lake. Walk east on the wide gravel route with those wonderful cottonwoods framing the trail. Be on the lookout for a variety of waterfowl that frequent this lake. Follow the footpath as it passes over the large spillway and make your way back to the parking area. To get there: A spacious parking lot is on the south side of 144th Avenue just west of Pecos Street.

Broomfield 100 This year’s Broomfield 100 is virtual! The annual Broomfield Trail Adventure gives residents the chance to explore the beauty and diversity of nature through our City’s vast parks and trails network. Participate in the virtual Broomfield 100, using the Broomfield 100 App and plan trail visits, find areas of interest, and add your name to the community guestbook to share your trail adventures while practicing social distancing. The Broomfield 100 promotes outdoor exercise, healthy living, and learning about Broomfield and its trail system. It is not necessary to cover the entire mileage of every trail, but rather to visit the site, learn the trail connections, and enjoy the area. To access the Virtual Passport and learn more visit https://www.



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