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Littleton Cleanup and Recycling Program

Littleton Recycling

The city of Littleton is providing their Summer Recycling and Cleanup program to city residents. This popular program allows city residents to call and schedule a crew to come to their home and pick-up and take away your junk.

To schedule your pick-up, just call 303-795-3744. This programs runs from May 21st through the beggining of August, but slows fill up quickly, so call early to secure your spot.

You can get more information at the Littletongov.org website.

Music Man Coming to Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center

Littleton Theater - Music Man

The classic musical “The Music Man” will be coming to the Littleton Town Hall Arts Center this May through June!

Enjoy the music and performance retelling this classic story of a traveling salesman whose plans don’t work out the way he thought they would.

You can buy tickets at the Town Hall Arts Center website here.

Free Movie Night: Captain Philips

Littleton Movie Night

Looking to see a good movie – for free? Take a trip to Bemis Public Library on February 22 and enjoy the free movie, free popcorn and free lemonade!

The movie is rated PG-13 and tells the story of Captain Richard Phillips whose ship was hijacked by Somali pirates and took the captain hostage. Starring Tom Hanks, the movie has received great reviews from critics.

Guitarist Greg Green Performing At Bemis Library

Littleton Guitar

Local guitarist Gregg Green will be performing at the Bemis Public Library on January 11th from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. He will be featuring some of John Denver’s classic songs including “Rocky Mountain High”, “Sunshine on My Shoulder” and many more.

Hudson Gardens Christmas Lights

Hudson Gardens Christmas

The best Christmas light experience in town is “A Hudson Christmas” presented every year by Hudson Gardens. The gardens are transformed into a beautiful light show boasting over 100,000 lights, a holiday train, hot cocoa, and Santa himself.

The display is arranged in a loop with two refreshment stations, a warming hut, a very large model holiday train track, musical lights and a visit with Santa.

We took some pictures of our outing last night, but to do the display full justice, visit The Hudson Gardens website where they have a video of the highlights.

The display runs from Thanksgiving to Christmas and prices range from $6-$9. The full schedule can be found here:

Free Celtic Harp Concert – Star Edwards – Dec 18th

Littleton Harp Concert

Join the Bemis Public Library for a seasonal concert featuring the celtic harpist Star Edwards. Edwards is the director of the Colorado Celtic Harp Orchestra and has recorded two CDs featuring the Celtic Harp and the Irish Wire harp.

The convert is free and promises to be a unique seasonal treat this holiday season.

December 18 th from 2:00-3:0

Christmas Lights with Santa in Old Littleton

Downtown Littleton Christmas Lights

Every year, the Friday after Thanksgiving brings Main Street in Old Littleton alive. The yearly tradition starts when the sun sets and has Santa rides down main street on the Littleton fire engine, as the street is lit up block by block. Everyone follows behind with lit candles. It’s a lot of fun and has a more “small town” feeling than the downtown Denver holiday lighting.

My family and I were there this year, had hot coco, and took a few pictures. Please excuse the photo quality. I took them myself which explains why I hire a professional photographer to take photos and virtual tours of all of our listings ;)

Littleton Leaf and Tire Recycling

Littleton Leaf Recycling

This Sunday, November 10th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., volunteer will be at Mountain States Wood Recyclers to accept your recycled leaves and tires. This is the final week of a three week program.

Do your part and bring your leaves and tires buy instead of throwing them in the trash.

Please note that a $2 per tire charge will be assessed for each tire ($5 if on a rim). Also, this is for households only. No materials will be accepted from commercial companies or contractors.

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