March 2017 Around Town

John Atencio Introduces Luminaire — An Inspired New Diamond Ring Collection at $2,500 and under

Inspired by John’s search for the perfect ring while a student at CSU in 1971 – Is the newest Diamond Ring Collection from JOHN ATENCIO. In his original search for a truly inspired ring, John got the girl by creating the ring himself. The rest is history. Luminaire returns to re-create that special moment.

Reflecting light and brilliance, each Luminaire ring is designed by John with a conflict-free, ethically-mined diamond – one that has been curated for brilliance. In Rose, White or Yellow 18K Gold Settings, each Luminaire Ring is set with a white or exotic colored diamond. Each is a personal statement – in a combination that is beautifully original. The Luminaire Diamond Ring Collection reflects John’s artistry, authenticity and continued commitment to fine quality and exquisite detail.

Retail priced at $2,500 and under, Luminaire is inspired to appeal to Millennials, the soon-to- be-bride looking for a unique personal statement – and the multi-generational looking for a right-hand ring or a suitable gift. Most simply stated, Luminaire is about LOVE and capturing a special moment.

Team registration open until March 25 for Zonta’s April 8 Trivia Night

Excitement is building for the 13th Annual Trivia Night presented by Zonta Douglas County on April 8.

Zonta Douglas County hosts Trivia Night to raise funds for local and regional nonprofits and a lucky student heading off to college. Teams of six adults compete in eight rounds of mind-bending trivia for cash prizes that range from $300 to $900 for the top three winning teams. A decadent dessert bar, snacks, beverages, door prizes, and opportunities to win great silent and live auction items also are included with team registration of $300

During the past 12 years, Zonta Douglas County has donated more than $85,000 to local charities and gave more than $12,000 in scholarships to local high school seniors. Members also donated more than 900 hours of time to local nonprofits last year alone.

“Trivia is a fun way to raise money to help women and children in our community,” says Rhonda Bolich-Lampo, Trivia Chair. “The event takes places at Kirk Hall at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. We are just over half full for team sign-ups, so we encourage interested players to sign up soon.”

Douglas County Libraries 
Expands Adventure Pass Partnerships for 2017

Douglas County Libraries’ Adventure Pass program is expanding in 2017 with the addition of Denver’s Clyfford Still Museum as a partner. Through the Adventure Pass program, library patrons can reserve free passes to six local cultural institutions, including Clyfford Still Museum, using their library cards.

Douglas County Libraries’ 2017 Adventure Pass partners include Clyfford Still Museum, Butterfly Pavilion, Denver FireFighters Museum, Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys, Dinosaur Ridge, and History Colorado Center. Free passes to these local attractions may be reserved for a specific day, up to 30 days in advance. For more information or to reserve a pass,