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Carousel of Happiness

The Carousel of Happiness, operating year-round, is Nederland's magical menagerie with 56 whimsical, hand-carved animals on a restored 1910 Looff carousel, turning to a 1913 Wurlitzer band organ. Ride tickets are still only $2 and small group Carousel rentals are also available. Please Note: In accordance with current State social distancing requirements, the number of visitors allowed to ride the Carousel will be 9 at a time. Face masks are required for riders age 3 and up.
20 Lakeview Drive, (just off Highway 119) PO Box 1811
Nederland , CO , 80466
Phone: 303-258-3457
39° 58' 22.1196" N, 105° 27' 53.1288" W

Staenberg - Loup Jewish Community Center

For nearly 100 years, the JCC Denver’s mission has been to build a community, rooted in Jewish values, where everyone feels like they belong. Our center was founded in 1922 as a place of refuge for the Jewish people of Denver, where they could safely gather under one roof to celebrate the cultural aspect of being Jewish–the ish. Since then, the JCC Denver has evolved into something more–more than a single building, more than just a gathering place, and more than our individual departments and programs. Today, the JCC Denver is a community that extends beyond the walls in which we do business. We open our literal and figurative doors to anyone who wants to celebrate life and be a part of something more. The JCC Denver has been, and always will be, a place where you belong.
350 S. Dahlia St.
Denver , CO , 80246
Phone: (303) 399 - 2660
39° 42' 35.2224" N, 104° 55' 51.1752" W