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

 
Trick or Treat Street Returns
3-5 p.m.
Oct. 31
Regis University Boettcher Commons
Join the Regis University community as our spookiest event of the year returns! Trick or Treat Street, our free, family-friendly trick-or-treating event will be hosted on Boettcher Commons (also known as the Quad). All aspects of the event will be hosted outside, so please dress for the weather. See you there!


Join a Screening of The U.S. and the Holocaust
5-7 p.m.
Oct. 20
St. Peter Claver, S.J., Hall, Mountain View Room
Make plans to join a screening and panel discussion of The U.S. and the Holocaust, a film by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein. The event, presented in partnership with PBS12, History Colorado and Colorado Holocaust Educators, explores America’s response to the horrors of the Holocaust. Panelists will include Adam Rovner, Director of the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver; Estelle Nadel, a Holocaust survivor; Pamela Roth, the daughter of Holocaust survivors; Todd Hennessy, co-founder of Colorado Holocaust Educators, and Kristen Blessman, PBS12 General Manager. Learn more and save your seat here.  
 
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Scholar Dinner Series: Business and Computing
5 p.m. (optional campus tour)
6-8 p.m. (event)
Oct. 19
The Scholar Dinner Series is an exclusive event series for high school juniors and seniors who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore Regis in depth, including a campus tour, an interactive panel presentation and a sit-down dinner with Regis deans, faculty, current students and distinguished alumni. Learn more about various Scholar Dinner topics and register here. 


Día de los Muertos Concert
7:30-9 p.m.
Oct. 25
Regis St. Peter Claver, S.J. Hall Recital Hall
Join guest artists Lorenzo Ramirez and Grupo Folklorico Sabor Latino in the Claver Recital Hall for Una Ofrenda a Nuestra Antespasados/An Offering to Our Ancestors. This event, free and open to the public, will feature a traditional Folklorico performance in honor of Día de los Muertos.


Fall Tree Planting in Rocky Mountain Lake Park
9 a.m. - noon
Oct. 29
BRUN and Historic Berkeley Regis (HBR) need you! They’re working alongside Denver Forestry/Parks and Recreation to plant trees along I-70 to complement the restoration work throughout the park. Denver Forestry will dig the holes and provide all hand tools necessary; you’ll move the saplings into the holes and cover them with dirt. Prepare to get dirty so wear appropriate attire and bring water. Children, accompanied by a parent or an adult, are welcome. Meet at the Northeast corner of the park in front of the berm. Look for the organizers when you arrive! 
 
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Election Day is Nov. 8. Return Your Ballot at Regis
Ballots will hit mailboxes this week. Do you have a voting plan? Once you’ve completed your ballot,  either postmark it by Oct. 31 and mail it in or visit the Regis Ballot Drop Box, located in front of the Regis Bookstore, 5115 Federal Blvd. The Drop Box is accessible 24 hours a day until 7 p.m. on Tuesday Nov. 8. If you would prefer to vote in-person, visit denvervotes.org for a list of polling locations.  


Regis University to Sell Vacant Land at 49th Ave. And Lowell Blvd.
Regis is currently considering a sale of the two vacant lots at 49th and Lowell Blvd. for a light-density, mixed-use development. The exact size and use of the development will be determined by city zoning codes and the new owner. We value and prioritize our relationship with you as our neighbor and have a common interest in making sure this development positively impacts our community. Please note that once the prospective buyer submits a formal development application to the City for review, future updates will be distributed to the community as required by law. If you would like to receive updates on the progress of the sale up to that point, please send an email to rachel.colorosa@kw.com


Goldspot Brewing Shapes the Future of Craft Brewing
Regis neighbor and owner of Goldspot Brewing Kelissa Hieber is shaping the future of the craft brewing industry by advocating for more diversity. Kelissa, an alumna of the Regis Applied Craft Brewing Certificate program, spoke with 9News about the industry. Goldspot is located at 4970 Lowell Blvd. and represents one of few queer- and women-owned breweries in Denver. Watch the coverage. 

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