The book High on Country: A Narrative History of Cherry Hills Village is now available for purchase to the community and general public.
Cherry Hills Land Preserve News & Events
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The Cherry Hills Land Preserve hosted its second annual “Young at Art” show and competition at Glenmoor Country Club Wednesday evening, October 5. More than 200 fourth and fifth grade students from Cherry Hills Village Elementary School submitted art as part of the competition. The theme of the children’s art was, “How the Outdoors Inspires Me.” Art submissions featured everything from reed-lined lakes to downhill ski racing to a wolf leaping after a deer. The newly appointed members of the Cherry Hills Village Arts’ Commission served as judges for the event.
Villagers of all ages delighted in a perfect Autumn day on Sept. 18 touring some of the Village’s most spectacular barns for the First Annual Cherry Hills Village Barn Tour. “We’re Leaving the Barn Door Open” was the theme of the afternoon as families, friends and neighbors — many riding bikes — enjoyed a special peek inside three unique Village barns — all of which embrace the equestrian lifestyle.
The first annual Cherry Hills Village Barn Tour will take place on Sunday, September 18, 2011 from noon-4p.m. The free, self-guided tour will offer a peek inside four unique Village barns all of which celebrate the equestrian lifestyle and pastoral nature of the community.
“An Evening of Art in Cherry Hills Village.” On Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010, the Land Preserve hosted an art event at a private residence in the Village. Gates Foundation Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Denver Art Museum Timothy Standring entertained the more than 75 guests with a talk on the joys of collecting art with references to Cherry Hills Village.