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Labor Day in Louisville – A Message from the Mayor Dear Louisville Residents, …

Labor Day in Louisville - A Message from the Mayor
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2020-08-12 12:03:47

Labor Day in Louisville – A Message from the Mayor

Dear Louisville Residents,

With the gorgeous summer weather, it’s sometimes easy to forget that we are in the middle of a global pandemic – but we still are. Flu season has the potential to put additional strain on our medical supplies and resources. As we move towards flu season, it becomes even more important to reduce the number of new cases. We need to continue to do our part to limit the spread of the virus.

Everyone should:
– keep a safe distance of 6 feet or more from people outside of their household
– wear a facial covering that covers the nose and mouth
wash their hands frequently
– avoid large gatherings and crowded areas
– get a flu shot

At-risk populations, like Coloradans 65 years and older and those with pre-existing health conditions, should stay home as much as possible except for essential trips or to visit Colorado’s great outdoors.

Labor Day

On Labor Day (September 7), the City will host a Drive Thru Car Show from 10 AM – 12 PM at the Ascent Community Church Parking Lot. Labor Day is a big day for Louisville with our annual Parade and Fall Festival, but unfortunately neither is possible this year due to public health and safety restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19.

The Labor Day Drive Thu Car Show will allow us to come together as a community while practicing social distancing. While attending the event, you and your household will stay in your vehicle while you view the cars on display.

More details, including a map, will be available soon on the Drive Thru Car Show website. LouisvilleCO.gov/carshow

No registration is required to attend. If you would like to display your car in the Drive Thru Car Show or take part as an event volunteer, visit the Drive Thru Car Show website for details. LouisvilleCO.gov/carshow

Louisville’s Crosswalk Beautification Brainstorm Events

Last week the City launched a new engagement opportunity, inviting residents to share their ideas for crosswalks on Pine, Johnson, Hoover, Polk, Dahlia, and Cherry. You can share your ideas on Engage Louisville or register to attend one of two online Info & Feedback Sessions with Public Works Director Kurt Kowar next week (August 19 and August 20). LouisvilleCO.gov/brainstorm

Sincerely,
Mayor Stolzmann

To read this message with links and resources, visit the City's website:
https://www.louisvilleco.gov/H…/Components/News/News/4761/17

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Easy Ways To Be Safe At School – A Guide For BVSD Students

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2020-09-27 08:31:06


Help your young kids prepare for returning to school on Tuesday with this animated video about health and safety narrated by BVSD students. #backtogetherbvsd

En español: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=x7sqYcS-Lv4

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The Louisville Historical Museum and Louisville History Foundation were featured…

The Louisville Historical Museum and Louisville History Foundation were featured... 3

2020-09-24 16:32:58

The Louisville Historical Museum and Louisville History Foundation were featured in a recent Daily Camera article about their efforts to restore the Blue Parrot.

"The Louisville Historical Museum is having one of the stained-glass windows of the now-closed Blue Parrot restaurant restored for preservation after the window was damaged during the building’s remodel to the Mexican restaurant Verde. As part of its collection, the museum plans to display the stained glass in the front window of its building once restoration is complete. Before permanently closing in January 2017, the Blue Parrot served not only as a well-known restaurant, but as an icon for the town of Louisville. In business for almost a century, the Italian restaurant attracted crowds of diners with homemade pasta and sauce."

Read the full article >> http://ow.ly/q9QM50BAEEi

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Tune in now for our next Let's Talk Education episode. We will have distric…

Tune in now for our next Let's Talk Education episode. We will have distric... 4

2020-09-24 15:55:00

Tune in now for our next Let's Talk Education episode. We will have district leaders answering questions around the Phase 2+ Plan for returning students to the classroom. Join us on Comcast Channel 22 or live stream at bvsd.org/bv22.
You can submit questions on this form or in the comments below.:https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSfbEH1kYhX15X…/viewform

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