Quincy Farm Comes to Life at CHLP’s 4th Annual Trail Walk

200 Cherry Hills Village residents, friends, and family gathered to celebrate CHLP’s biggest event of the year at the City’s historic farmstead and open space treasure, Quincy Farm. Mountain Crust served up a boogie good time with delicious wood-fired pizza, and the CHV elementary school ran a popular and sweet lemonade stand. Local Boy Scouts helped attendees learn the principles of Leave No Trace, and kids romped and played in the great outdoors, solving nature riddles from their handy Trail Walk Field Guide. Petey the horse made everyone feel young at heart with his generous, gentle nuzzles and quiet stares from those baby blues. Young Villagers decoupaged pumpkins and happily wandered the winding pasture with their parents. From babies to grandparents, and all ages in between, the business and hustle of life slowed down for this beautiful morning, with everyone enjoying the fresh air, the farm, and community. Mother Nature put on her own show, giving us a spectacular, perfect fall day for all to get outside and take in the oasis that is Quincy Farm. 

We are so grateful to our generous sponsors who made the day possible for our community and to our Trail Walk partners…THANK YOU!

Mountain Crust Pizza
Art Barn
HawkQuest
CHVE Reach Out Club Lemonade Stand
Cherry Hills Art Commission
Denver Audubon
Boy Scouts
CHV Beekeepers
Platte Valley Pony Club
PTRC
Highline Canal Conservancy
The City of Cherry Hills Village ~ Quincy Farm

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