COSA National Get Outdoors Day – June 10, 2017 @ Sloan’s Lake Park in Denver

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Please join outdoor agencies in celebrating the 10th annual National Get Outdoors Day on June 10, 2017, in Denver, Colorado. This event is free for kids and their families, and will take place from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the north shore of Sloan’s Lake. Our goal is to foster and facilitate an educational experience and to encourage participants of all skill levels to interact with the outdoors.

We’ll be hosting fishing classes for youth, paddling activities, live music, climbing, bike riding, and much more. Each year, the event draws roughly 5,000 families excited to learn more about the outdoors and healthy living.

In 2008, the United States Forest Service and American Recreation Coalition partnered together to launch a day to celebrate the outdoors and health. As a result, National Get Outdoors Day was born and continues to be held in more than 120 cities throughout the country – the Denver event is recognized as the flagship event.

For more information, visit: www.getoutdoorscolorado.org

Opportunities for Involvement

Become a sponsor! Each partnership is custom-built to meet the needs of your brand. National Get Outdoors Day is managed by the Colorado Parks and Recreation Association, a nonprofit, and is tax-deductible. Support National Get Outdoors Day by contacting Ben Baldwin at ben_baldwin or (303) 969-2319

Become an exhibitor! National Get Outdoors Day organizers envision an event where every organization represented will be sharing activities and information to promote healthy, active, outdoor lifestyles and/or connect people to the natural resources of our state. For information such as pricing and deadlines, please contact: Claire Finn at claire_finn or (303) 969-2638

Become a Volunteer! This event is made possible each year thanks to the support from our volunteers who help with everything like setup, serve as information guides, assist photographers and videographers as they capture the fun, assist with stage activities, teach kids to fish, and more! To join in the fun, please contact: Julia Oleksiak at julia_oleksiak or (303) 969-2735

Thank you!

Take Care,
Vanessa Lacayo
Public Affairs Specialist
National Park Service
Intermountain Regional Office
Office of Communications and Legislation
Office: (303) 969-2062
vanessa_lacayo@nps.gov