Space shuttle made out of cardboard for the Cherry Creek School Foundation’s Cardboard Challenge. This year, Taste of Greenwood Village will beneift the foundation. Photo courtesy DTC| Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce
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A 9-year-old boy from Los Angeles who created an arcade made entirely out of cardboard inspired school districts across the country to encourage creativity and better illustrate STEM-based curriculum for students. The Cherry Creek Schools Foundation’s Cardboard Challenge is one such program.
The DTC|Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce supports this entrepreneurial spirit and has partnered with the Foundation as the beneficiary of this year’s Taste of Greenwood Village – with its 2016 theme “Spirits of Colorado” — event on Oct. 20, at the Denver Marriott Tech Center, 4900 S. Syracuse.
“The Cardboard Challenge is something the chamber loves to get behind since it fits what we do as a business association,” explained John Herbers, president and CEO of the DTC|Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce. “I am thrilled to have the foundation join us again this year. The Greenwood Village community has so many exceptional businesses, along with a top-rated school district, that it makes sense to bring both together for a successful partnership.”
More than 40 restaurants will be offering samplings at the 16th Annual Taste of Greenwood Village extravaganza. Patrons will enjoy fare from amazing restaurants, vintners, craft brewers and distilleries from the area.
Advance ticket purchase is encouraged but not required. Early Bird (50% off retail) pricing is available at DTCChamber.com for a limited time. For more information about the Taste of Greenwood Village or to purchase tickets, visit business.dtcchamber.com/events/details/the-taste-of-greenwood-village-spirits-of-colorado-8921.
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