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One World One Water Events

The following are some events you may be interested in. For the most up to date event announcements, follow the One World One Water Center on Facebook and Twitter.  


Colorado Water History Series

"Long's Gardens - An Urban Oasis"
Museum of Boulder
February 26th
Longs Gardens is an urban oasis in Boulder, growing irises that are shipped all over the country.   Long’s Gardens opened in 1905 and has been passed down through the generations to Catherine Long-Gates.  Come hear Catherine talk about the past, present and future challenges and opportunities facing Long’s Gardens as an urban farm in the heart of Boulder.

Wheat Ridge Recreation Center
April 8, 2015

"Remembering the 1965 South Platte Flood"
History Colorado Center
June 17th
Time: TBD

In June of 1965 Heavy rains on four consecutive days in three different areas of the South Platte basin caused flooding from Plum Creek, south of Denver, to the Nebraska state line. The flood devastated the South Platte Valley and shaped the future of the river in Denver.

"Kassler Water Facility"
History Colorado Center
Date & Time: TBD

"Colorado Water Stories in Lining West"
History Colorado Center
Date & Time: TBD


Denver Metro Water Festival: Volunteer Opportunity
Auraria Campus
May 19th

Denver Water, OWOW, and Suburban Distributors of Denver Water will host 1,200 sixth graders on campus and conduct a variety of presentations such as a Water Education Theatre Ensemble and a Water Wizard trivia game. Please check back for a link to the website. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Alyssa at