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- Digital Creative Arts Lab The Arvada Center is excited offer a wide variety of new classes for all ages in our state-of-the-art, digital creative arts lab. Come and learn how to create digital art - paintings, collages, or movies and more on one of our provided tablets or laptops.
- Spring Break Camps 2018 Looking for something fun and educational for your child to experience over spring break this year? Well, look no further. The Arvada Center has brought back our most popular teachers from our wildly successful summer camp program to offer your child just the camp to explore their creativity.
- “Where Do We Go From Here?”: America in the First World War On April 6, 1917, the United States formally entered what came to be known as World War I. This decision followed a presidential election in which keeping the nation out of the war was a major point of debate, and on which public opinion was divided.
- Summer Camps 2018 The Arvada Center is offering Summer Camps for ages 3-18. Let your child explore their creativity in exciting classes from our most popular teachers! We also offer Extended Day and Lunch Bunch sessions for busy, working parents.
- Stories from Wartime Every spring semester for the past 23 years, Regis University’s Center for the Study of War Experience has led a public history series, "Stories from Wartime," featuring veterans and civilians sharing their wartime experiences.
- The Legacy Show The Legacy Show is a multimedia concert of music by African-American composers performed by violinist Tami Lee Hughes and pianist Byron Burford-Phearse. Buy Now Learn More
- War of Words World War I inspired hope, despair, anger, anxiety, patriotic fervor, and more—all of which found its way into our most intense and powerful language, the language of poetry. In “War of Words,” actors lend their voices to long-dead poets, with the aim of helping us hear them as they were. Buy Now Learn More