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“Water is Life”

By Joe O’Connell and Creative Machines Photo by Pat Eichner


FISH Delivering Holiday Relief and Cheer

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New Public Art Displays Tackle Societal Issues and Celebrate Broomfield’s Natural Resources

Eight murals painted on a brick wall at Hwy 128 and U.S. 287 invite observers to contemplate some of the topics we face as a community and society today. Residents will also notice new sculptures at the Broomfield Community Center; "Water Is Life" and "Broom Corn" created by Joe O’Connell and Creative Machines.



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DEPARTMENTS 06 From the Editor 08 About 10 Community Events 12 Inspiration for Busy Families 29 Advertiser Index


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I have become weary with captivity and solitude. I love our home but I have started to loathe some of the walls as I spend more and more long and now darker days alone inside them. For 7, 8, and even 9 hours a day I am interacting virtually with dozens of people, but just like email and text, I am finding that true and accurate communication is difficult in the digital video world. A lot is lost in translation, tensions are increasing, and I see the weariness in my colleagues faces. People are beginning to be short with each other. And when the call disconnects it is quiet. Very quiet. Days stretch and I don’t leave my computer or my chair, and sometimes I don’t find time to go outside. Yet, I daily recognize and appreciate that I am one of the extremely fortunate, with few true impacts to my way of life and the comforts I am accustomed to. I am working and I have even managed to maintain my favorite pastimes, though slightly altered. But I miss small talk with strangers at the grocery store. I miss a morning visit with the barista at the office coffee shop and a hallway chat with a colleague that results in a fiveminute brainstorm. I miss running into friends at the dance studio. I miss spontaneous visits with friends and family. I miss hugs. And by the way, I am not a hugger. And I find myself worrying for those who are truly alone, or sick, or in need. And then I try not to think about those things because it is too much. So instead I am playing music and burning candles and buying myself flowers. I am going to step away from the computer and pause and greet my husband with a hug when he walks in. I am going to make more phone calls and check in on people just to say hi. I am going to go outside and play with my dog. And I am going to “schedule” more time out of my chair! Just one year ago we were all hearing about COVID for the first time. We were just learning about this mysterious and possibly very dangerous virus. A year later, life as we know it is unimaginably changed. The foreseeable future is uncertain. And now we are entering a holiday season unlike anything most of us have ever faced before. So be kind with yourself. Be kind to others. Find ways to give, love, help, and share. Do the small things to make life beautiful for yourself and others. It helps. I promise, it helps.









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BUSY FAMILIES Give Grandma A Holiday Connection She Will Never Forget By Lisa Payne

The holidays are a time to gather with family and friends, to connect over meals, watch sports, and play games together. This year may look different for some, and that “different” can feel very lonely for a lot of people. I have interviewed people my whole life. I did it for 25 years while helping people find jobs in the corporate world and now I interview people on video about their life story so that they can leave their legacy for generations to come. When I thought about how lonely the older generation may be this holiday during COVID, it got me thinking. This might be a good year to interview your own parents and grandparents about their life so that you can deepen your relationship with them, whether you will be together or apart. This idea is very broad. Run with it however you like this holiday. If you will be together with family, you can have a conversation where you take notes, voice record or get it on video. If you can’t be with them, you can record a phone conversation or record a Zoom call. It can be with your own parents or grandparents, aunts and uncles who have stories about them or your own stories that you remember them telling you that you don’t want to forget. A little prep work is helpful if you have the time. Have the interviewee/s look through old family photos to get the memories flowing. They can also write down a list of stories they want to tell so you can ask them about each story. I would also ask if there are topics they do not wish to talk about so that sensitive subjects don’t disrupt the interview. Now onto the fun part! Here are some main areas I would cover and go from there. It is important to really listen to the answers and ask questions about each story. It’s more important to follow the story and perhaps find another story within it than to follow the list of questions off your sheet. First and foremost, ask open ended questions such as “tell me more,” “describe the time” or “what happened when.” And then touch on each of the following areas so that you are able to discover your history and magnify what it means to belong to your family. 1. Tell me about your childhood and where you grew up. Describe your home. What were your parents like? Best and worst childhood memories? 2. What were you most proud of during your school years? How would your friends have described you? What did you do for fun? Tell me about a time that you got in trouble and how your parents handled it. 3. How did you meet your husband/wife? When did you know he/she was “the one?” Tell me about your wedding day and honeymoon. What was life like before kids? Describe how having children changed you. 4. What was your first job like? How did you get into your line of work? Proudest moment in your career?


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5. What are the biggest challenges you faced in your life and how did you overcome them? Proudest moment of your life? What makes you laugh more than anything? Have fun with these questions. You may be surprised at the stories you have never heard had you not taken the time to ask. You will forever be grounded by the history that makes your family special. And you will have brought a deep sense of meaning and connection to those who could have otherwise felt very alone this holiday. To share any comments or questions, contact me at:




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DECEMBER 18 Virtually Christmas: A Few Untold Stories presented by Broomfield Community Players The Broomfield Community Players will perform and record their holiday show, Virtually Christmas. The show is an assortment of stories all with the underlying theme of hope. With smaller casts and a masked crew, BCP is confident and excited to film a safe holiday show. Rather than live stream the performance, the stories will be recorded and the entire show will be uploaded to YouTube to view for free. The link will go live on December 18 at 7:00 p.m. and be available until New Year’s Day. RSVP to the Virtually Christmas, a Few Untold Stories, Facebook event for early access to the show, otherwise the YouTube link will be posted on the Broomfield Community Players Facebook page.

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Partners with Community, Other Local Groups to Deliver Holiday Relief and Cheer By Megan Mayes

Broomfield’s local food bank is meeting holiday needs and helping maintain treasured traditions even as it accommodates changes brought on by the pandemic. With increased community needs, FISH has adjusted its plans and approaches to continue providing food and family resource services amidst growing demand. The organization’s spirit of giving provides a message of strength and a lesson in charity for Broomfield during this time of life and this time of year.

Emily Joo, who leads Community Engagement and Fundraising for FISH, shared with us how the organization is meeting needs during COVID, persevering in holiday giving, and hoping to see a positive impact from Colorado Gives Day. The pandemic has heightened needs for many families already experiencing struggles with paying for food and housing. Meeting these needs has always been the primary goal for FISH, but current community demands are far greater and on top of that, delivery methods have had to be completely revamped. “Since the start of the pandemic in March of 2020, FISH has witnessed firsthand the skyrocketing need in our community! We are seeing more than double the number of families in need of food, a 50% increase in the amount of food we are distributing, and six times the number of emergency housing assistance


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requests,” she said. This all means that FISH’s hard working volunteers are distributing 150,000 pounds of food and $55,000 in rent and utility assistance each month. To make sure this is accomplished as safely as possible, food is given out through a drive up service and financial assistance is provided through remote appointments. This year, FISH’s holiday distributions are focused on baking kits and hot chocolate kits for families receiving food assistance. There will be a drive during December to gather the supplies for the kits which will help bring holiday cheer to the families who receive them. Individual items can be donated or for those who wish to donate their time to build kits, a sign up sheet is available online at Families who would like to donate goods or time can also construct kits at home as a holiday bonding activity and then bring them to FISH. Emily said, “FISH is incredibly grateful for the generosity of the Broomfield community. We would be unable to meet the needs of our neighbors without their support. If everyone who is able, gives what they can, we will make a huge impact on the future stability of our community.” There are many upcoming opportunities for those wishing to contribute. Monetary donations currently have the greatest impact for FISH to purchase necessary goods in bulk, as they are currently spending $80,000 more in operating costs than they normally would during this time of year. Financial donations can be made at while food donations are currently being accepted at Broomfield King Soopers locations.

Broomfield community members can also help provide meals to others through FISH by simply enjoying a meal out. Broomfield’s Roots restaurant has an ongoing commitment to donate 5% of proceeds to FISH, and iPIE is hosting an All Day Dine Out fundraising event on December 8 at the restaurant with their food truck located at FRIENDS of Broomfield for a socially distanced block party. Also on December 8, FISH is hoping for a significant contribution from Broomfield residents through Colorado Gives Day. Emily described this unique fundraising opportunity and said, “This is our second largest fundraiser of the year and we really appreciate everyone in advance for their important contributions.” FISH is collaborating with FRIENDS of Broomfield, Bal Swan Children’s Center, and A Precious Child to strengthen fundraising efforts for the state-wide event and bring greater attention to our community needs for education, daily essentials, and support services for children, families, and people with disabilities. The easiest and best way to support these organizations is by visiting www.caringforbroomfieldtogether. org to link directly to donation pages and to learn about partner

events from local restaurants that will be donating profits to the cause during December. You can also search for each organization on the Colorado Gives Day website, and then schedule a donation to be made on December 8. These Colorado Gives Day donations are quite powerful as they are also supported by a matching gift from the Colorado First Foundation’s One Million Dollar Incentive Fund. Please take some time this month to donate food, time or money to support these community organizations that care for our Broomfield neighbors in need. The holiday spirit of giving is the greatest gift of all!

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Cooking Up

Some Kindness By Lisa Payne

The holidays bring up so many different emotions for people. For some, it is pure comfort and joy and for others it can feel sad and stressful. You never know what someone’s circumstances are or how their family life feels at home. If you’ve ever ventured out to shop or have a meal during the holiday rush, it feels like the entire world is unhappy. You know what I’m talking about. The rude drivers, the crabby customers, the impatient shoppers. I try not to judge when a stranger is rude to me. I don’t know this person’s struggles, what may have happened to them that day or what reality they face they when go home. However, I will never forget the time I was going through a drive thru to pick up lunch. I turned into the lane to order when apparently the car behind me wanted to turn in ahead of me. Since there was no way around me, they sat and yelled at me and made obscene gestures for what felt like forever. I could feel my heart racing and my anger rising. In these situations, I have no problem getting out of the car and trying to reason. But in today’s world that is not a smart thing to do. So, I made the decision to choose kindness over anger. I can’t control what other people do, but I can control how I react to it. When it was my turn to pay for my food, I told the cashier I wanted to pay for the car behind me as well. She looked at me like I was crazy since she could hear their frustration. I asked her to please tell them I was sorry for whatever I did and I hoped this gesture would make them feel happy. I’ll never know their reaction, but it didn’t matter. I let go of the anger and took back my happiness by being kind. I had never felt so powerful. This holiday season, when you or someone you know needs some extra kindness in their life, make this soup. It is sure to warm your soul.


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Bring Cheer to Altered Holiday Shopping Experience By Kristen Beckman

Holiday shopping is a favorite December tradition for many, but there’s no doubt that the shopping experience will look different this year thanks to the effects of COVID-19. For local retailers, shopping centers and restaurants, holiday shopping dollars have never been more important as shutdowns throughout the year have put pressure on their revenues.

“Shopping local keeps our economy going and every dollar spent in the community has a multiplier effect of up to three dollars when those local retailers spend their profits at other local establishments,” said Sam Taylor, president and CEO of the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce. “Our local retailers are also much more likely to support the nonprofits in our community whose resources are stretched thin because of the pandemic.” Many local retailers are working hard to bring Broomfield residents the best and safest possible shopping experience this holiday season. Most retailers have implemented safety measures to keep shoppers and employees safe, including encouraging social distancing, cleaning hightouch surfaces, providing hand sanitizer, and requiring masks to be worn. Many have also implemented curbside pickup services. Monkton Guitars has been offering specials to its customers already this holiday season while keeping a close eye on customer safety by offering shopping appointments. The store is offering 15 percent off new guitars to children and students through Christmas and will be supporting the nonprofit Rise Against Suicide with a donation Christmas tree.


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Broomfield Plaza Danaria McCoy, vice president of operations and marketing for Broomfield Plaza, said the shopping center’s tenants have met the challenges of the pandemic with creative ways to continue serving their customers. KidCreate Studio, for example, is offering an array of socially distanced art classes with fun holiday themes, she said. Unfinished Furniture of Colorado is offering furniture that customers can finish in their choice of stain or paint and give as a unique holiday gift, such as Adirondack chairs and student desks, McCoy said. Gift cards for merchandise, spa or other services, and restaurants also make great gifts, she said. The shopping center will have a socially distanced Santa set and is planning to offer a couple of drive-in holiday movies complete with candy and other goodies, said McCoy. “One of the greatest things we’ve seen at this time is our merchants and our stores staying open, serving customers, finding ways to get creative, and making the most of the situation so they can be there for Broomfield,” said McCoy. “We have seen that the Broomfield community has really appreciated that and they recognize that businesses are doing a lot to keep them engaged and provide goods and services they need. We encourage the

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FlatIron Crossing FlatIron Crossing is gearing up for the holiday shopping season with extended hours, holiday specials and the traditional Santa experience. The mall and its retailers have implemented curbside pickup, virtual queueing, and in-store pickup options. One lucky member of the community who has gone above and beyond for their family and community will win $500 from FlatIron Crossing as part of its Gift It Forward Sweepstakes. In addition, the mall plans to offer contactless Santa photos at the Grand Staircase. The visit with Santa is free and photo packages will be available for purchase. Reservations are strongly encouraged but walk-up visitors will be accommodated as space allows.


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New Public Art Displays Tackle Societal Issues and Celebrate Broomfield’s Natural Resources By Kristen Beckman

At the intersection of Hwy 128 and U.S. 287, eight murals painted on a brick wall invite observers to contemplate some of the topics we face as a community and society today. At the intersection of Hwy 128 and U.S. 287, eight murals painted on a brick wall invite observers to contemplate some of the topics we face as a community and society today. The murals touch a range of emotions through color, symbols, and designs. A central mural that includes a butterfly surrounding a semi-colon a symbol popularly used to denote suicide survival - proclaims ‘You Matter’ in bright and hopeful text. The mural was created by an artist personally touched by suicide. Another mural depicts a figure standing alone near a fence, evoking feelings of loneliness. “The mural I painted illustrates a blue monochromatic silhouette standing in front of a fence,” said artist Haley Ekstrand. “The meaning behind it is the idea of feeling lost and stuck, something that is very common to feel with depression and anxiety. I was so excited to participate in this project not only to help people feel like they are not alone with their battle but to inspire other young artists that they can achieve any goals they have.” The murals are a project created by the Broomfield Public Art Committee to bring conversation, representation, and awareness to complex issues of mental health, diversity, suicide prevention, and inclusion. Each mural is designed to stand as a unique piece of art, separated by structural pillars between each section, but also fitting together in a cohesive narrative. “My mural uses Gestalt concepts to paint a picture of people coming together to establish clear lines of communication,” said artist Lewis Neeff. “I chose my colors to be timeless, based off of old food labels and advertisements. I wanted to make something that was engaging across scale and its meaning easily read. Right now it is so important that we communicate clearly on next steps.” Following a call for entries, the committee received 57 submissions from a range of artists - from first-time applicants to experienced muralists - and selected eight finalists to create murals. The committee made its selections via individual voting and committee discussion based on artistic qualities, color flow within the broader display, and representation and visibility of diverse cultures and experiences. The intent of the project was to give voice to essential conversations impacting the community through the artistic vision of multiple artists. The artists whose projects were selected completed their murals over a two-week period this fall using a combination of exterior paint and spray paint. The murals are expected to last between three and five years. “Conversations around a public mural project have been active in the Public Art Committee for over five years and this project, at this time, with this message


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Photo courtesy of The City and County of Broomfield

Photo courtesy of The City and County of Broomfield


Mural Name

Lewis Neeff

Community, Strength, Balance

Kristiana Miller & Lindsey Bell

Femme Forte

Lionnel Bumbakini

To Persevere with Love

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Community Changes the World

Tif Choate

You ; Matter

Marina Nicole

United We Stand

Haley Ekstrand

Lost Soul

Morn Mosley

One Earth

of inclusion and hope feels so necessary at a time of unprecedented stress, grief, and worry in our community,” said Mary Wilkie, chair of the Public Art Committee. “Art inspires us to consider, invites us to communicate, and engages communities to see each other in new ways.”

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Broomfield residents will also notice new art installations at the Broomfield Community Center. The sculptures are a joint project of the Public Art Committee and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee and were created by Joe O’Connell and Creative Machines, the design and fabrication firm he founded. “Water is Life” is an outdoor sculpture that celebrates the essential role water has played in the history of Broomfield. The sculpture, made of marine-grade stainless steel with a dull rubbed finish, looks like a large water droplet. Cutouts in the material depict the front range, water underground, surface water, snowflakes, and plants. The sculpture is lit from inside by a light fixture that casts illuminated shadows on the ground. “Broom Corn” is a suspended sculpture that features 12 stalks of broomcorn in an ascending arc that moves with the air currents around it. The stalks are made of brushed stainless steel, and the seeds are handmade polished glass spheres in amber, turquoise and lavender.

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Snowshoe Hikes By Bette Erickson

Water. Sunscreen. Map. Layers. Phone. Packing for a family winter day hike or snowshoe outing isn’t really much different than hiking during any other time of year along the Front Range. No matter the season, it’s important to be prepared for the unexpected whenever you are outside for any length of time.

If getting away for a snow day hike with youngsters appeals to you, consider one of the following trails within about an hour drive of Broomfield. If you’re new to snowshoeing and don’t want to buy a pair, many sporting goods stores rent snowshoes at a reasonable price. Experienced snowshoers will tell you, hiking on snowshoes is a bit more challenging than trekking without wearing snowshoes. So, keep that in mind as you plan your distance and elevation gain. The following destinations are good for hiking or snowshoeing and are rated in order from easiest to more rigorous.

Caribou Ranch Open Space Caribou Ranch, with its neighboring Blue Bird Mine and 1870s DeLonde Homestead offers 2,180-acres of designated open space. The trail here is a manageable 4.5 miles out and back, offering a pleasant, quiet loop. The lack of elevation gain staying steady at about 8,600 feet, and the fact that more than half of the route is on a road; Caribou Ranch is a great place for novice snowshoers. Getting There: From US 36 in Boulder, take Canyon Blvd. (CO 119) west to Nederland. Turn right (north) on CO 72. Go 1.9 miles to CR 126, turning left (west) and drive 0.9 mile to the parking area. (The Caribou


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Ranch Open Space is different than the historical Caribou town site, located just west of Nederland on CR 138.) Distance: About 4.5 miles roundtrip Difficulty: Moderate to challenging in the snow Elevation Gain: Negligible Dogs: No

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Teryl Fabry: Committed to Enriching Life for Broomfield’s Seniors By Bette Erickson

On a warm and bright November afternoon I had the opportunity to chat with Teryl Fabry, executive director of Senior Resources of Broomfield (SRB). For those of you who may not know her, Ms. Fabry exudes a calmness that perfectly couples with her commitment to bettering the lives of aging adults in our community.


hen it comes to compassion and improving outcomes for our neighbors, compassion mustn’t only apply to people who have less than us, Ms. Fabry and I both agreed. Compassion should apply to everyone who could use a little help and understanding – which is to say, everyone. So, Ms. Fabry and I shared with each other some of the ways Broomfield residents can help their neighbors this month and beyond. During the holiday season, and really throughout the year in Broomfield, residents of all ages, abilities, and income levels are known to give where they can. Often that includes giving to seniors and the organizations that serve them. SRB is a great place to invest your charitable donations if helping aging seniors is your priority. I asked Ms. Fabry what is the best thing about her job as executive director of SRB: She replied, “There are so many good things. How do I choose just one? I love being able to help our seniors. I’m passionate about advocating for older adults. They should be celebrated, appreciated and valued.” When asked how the Broomfield community can best contribute to seniors this upcoming holiday, Ms. Fabry suggested donations to SRB (www.broomfieldseniorresources. org) are always much appreciated and put to good use. “Another way to give that I like, is that SRB is partnering with the City in what’s dubbed a ‘Pick Me Up’ program,” Ms. Fabry explained. The program identifies older adults that may be struggling and has a volunteer call them and ask what they would like. Ms. Fabry prepares a greeting card and items such as handmade fleece blankets made by Girl Scouts, cherry pies,


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or jigsaw puzzles, for example. Ms. Fabry then delivers the gifts to recipients each Friday. This program is a part of Broomfield’s Community Resources led by program coordinator Michael Navarro (contact Mr. Navarro at For more information about how to contribute, go to www.broomfield. org/368/Valuable-Resources. “It’s about meeting seniors where they are and helping them live the best life they can,” explained Ms. Fabry. “They are modest and humble unlike so many others today.” One recent example of how Ms. Fabry looks out for others is in October she organized a socially-distant community celebration recognizing a Broomfield resident’s 104th birthday. (For privacy concerns, his name is omitted.) Dozens of people, including representatives from the police and fire departments, the Veteran’s Museum, Broomfield Senior Resources Board and elsewhere, contributed gifts and good wishes to the former WWII Veteran. Improving the lives of aging adults in Broomfield continues to be an important conversation that many community stakeholders are having. According to Broomfield’s 2018 Successful Aging Study, Colorado’s State Demographer projects the number of city and county residents over the age of 60 is expected to more than double, growing from some 10,650 in 2015 to a projected 24,540 residents by 2040. Bette Erickson serves on the Board of Directors of Senior Resources of Broomfield. Contact her at

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