Spark Centennial Partners with OhHeckYeah
Spark Centennial has partnered with OhHeckYeah to bring a people-powered interactive game to The Streets at SouthGlenn throughout the holiday season. The video game engine, known as CATCHY: the Holi-play Edition, debuted at the shopping center’s popular Santa’s Arrival and Tree Lighting event in November across the street from where Hodson’s used to be. This experiential game is an extension of the Spark Centennial program’s continued goal of shopping center revitalization through creative placemaking and community wellness. CATCHY: the Holi-play Edition will be available for play through the first week of January.
Check Out Centennial’s Holiday Shopping Guide
Did you know doing your holiday shopping at local independent businesses helps keep your money circulating in the local economy? That's because these businesses are more likely to buy from other local businesses. It also ensures your tax dollars get spent on services that benefit you, like snowplowing and road maintenance.
Check out this map to find Centennial businesses that carry one-of-a-kind gifts for all your family and friends.
Council Members to be Sworn In Jan. 6
Three newly-elected Council Members and one returning Council Member will be sworn in during a ceremony before the Centennial City Council meeting at 6 p.m. Jan. 6. The Council Members are Candace Moon, District 1; Christine Sweetland, District 2; Richard Holt, District 3; and Don Sheehan, District 4.