Here's what's happening at Regis University this month.

Register Now: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) Launches at Regis
10-11:30 a.m.
Every Tuesday
May 31-Aug. 9

Check out the classes coming together for the new Osher Lifelong Learning program at Regis. The low-cost, non-credit learning opportunities are open to anyone 50 years of age or better. Enroll now for a 10-week virtual summer series and watch the website for more classes coming this fall. Get all the information here.

Food Bank of the Rockies Mobile Food Pantry Distribution Site at Regis University
9-11 a.m.
May 3 and each first Tuesday of the month indefinitely

Regis University is proud to partner with the Food Bank of the Rockies to offer a Mobile Food Pantry on the University’s Northwest Denver Campus. The pantry will be open the first Tuesday of each month from 9 to 11 a.m. (or until the food runs out) in Parking Lot 6. Enter Lot 6 from 50th Avenue between Federal and Lowell Boulevards. Everyone – regardless of income level, immigration status, religious affiliation, etc. – is welcome to visit the mobile food pantry to receive canned food, fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy and meat products. No one will be turned away.

CSI: Regis - Investigating Samuel Little America’s Deadliest Serial Killer
6-9 p.m.
May 13
Claver Hall

Now in its 20th year, the Regis University Crime Scene Investigation Conference is proud to present Lt. Darren Versiga of the Pascagoula, Miss., Police Department. Lt. Versiga will discuss his role as investigator on the case of Samuel Little, America’s deadliest serial killer. Please note that the content presented by our speaker is explicit and suitable for mature audiences only. Learn more and register.
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Horseshoe Market at Regis University THIS Saturday
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
May 7

Visit the Regis campus this Saturday to shop at North Denver’s beloved Horseshoe Market. Established in 2010, Horseshoe Market is an indie craft flea market that hosts pop-ups around the Denver metro area, showcasing hundreds of local makers, artists and vintage collectors, food trucks and more. Vendors will be set up in Parking Lot 3 (50th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard) on May 7 — and again on Sept. 24 — to snag your “lucky finds.”  Learn more about the Horseshoe Market here.

Berkeley Regis United Neighbors | BRUN Annual Meeting
Doors open at 6 p.m., business meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
May 17
Local 46 Biergarten, 4586 Tennyson Street

Our local Registered Neighborhood Organization, BRUN, will host its annual meeting at Local 46 on May 17. Hear from and talk with elected officials’ representatives, RNO leaders and your fellow neighbors and learn about ways you can help strengthen the neighborhood. Topics include:
  • A presentation from the NW Community Transportation Network on proposed bikeway improvements in northwest Denver
  • A discussion with Historic Berkeley Regis about the Berkeley Bath House restoration movement for public use
  • BRUN Board of Director elections with eight vacant seats available for those interested in taking a leadership role.  Visit the BRUN website for more information. 

Northwest Community Transportation Network Public Meeting
6-7 p.m.
May 18
Get the latest information about the Northwest Denver bikeways and hear updated recommendations for Lowell Blvd. and Tejon St. Corridors. The meeting will be held virtually through Zoom here. For more information about this project and other similar projects, please visit the project website.

Mark Your Calendars! RegiRama: Regis University’s Summer Outdoor Movie Series Returns
6:30 p.m. - Movies begin at sundown
Boettcher Commons
Free parking in Lot 3 at 50th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard

Regis University’s summer outdoor movies series returns for its second year. Grab your lawn chairs, blankets, leashed dogs and all your friends for this family-friendly (and free!) night under the stars.

June 10: "Encanto" with the Arepas CO Venezuelan Kitchen and Happy Cones food trucks
July 8: "The Princess Bride" with the What Would Cheesus Do? and Rebel Cookie Dough food trucks
Aug. 12: "Luca" with the Barbed Wire Reef and Sweet Cow food trucks

Community Spotlight

Remembering Dennis Gallagher

Dennis Gallagher, an activist, scholar, teacher, public servant, podcaster, staunch Catholic and rabble rouser whose passion for his hometown — Denver — and his alma mater — Regis University — seemed to be his life’s blood, died April 22 after a brief illness. He was 82. A funeral mass was held at Saint Dominic’s Church on Saturday. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to the "Meaghan Gallagher Scholarship Fund" at Regis University, 3333 Regis Blvd, Denver, CO 80221. Keep reading about this beloved North Denver icon. 

Did You Know?

Berkeley Community Church has Rental Space Available for Community Partners 

The doors are always open at Berkeley Community Church on the corner of 50th Ave. and Meade St. — and now they have garden level offices and studio spaces available for rent, in addition to their banquet hall and kitchen. Get all the details on their website or contact the Berkeley Church office: or (303) 433-5881. 

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