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It's time we met!

Join us on a journey to elevations where our mental horizons expand celebrating curiosity and community

A Time-Honored
Denver Tradition

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The purpose of the Club is to foster a community of friends who share the desire for a broad outlook.  To welcome into that community men and women of distinction, and to journey together to the elevations where mental horizons widen.

 We wish to dine well, to laugh heartily, to cultivate the gift of speech and the greater gift of silence. To explore the workings of our great city and state to enhance our participation in advancing the progress of Denver and the state of Colorado. Together we seek some tangible expression of that sentiment toward our community and toward the commonwealth which a fair city and a great state inspire.

From the beginning in 1902, we have gathered to learn and

Join Us!

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Meeting four to five times a year our lectures cover a full spectrum of topics that pique our interests, entertain, or inform us, as we foster bonds of friendship sharing the desire for a broad outlook. Limited to 300 members, guests may be invited for an additional charge.


Enjoy cocktails in the logia of the Denver Country Club during social hour where members meet to greet friends and make new acquaintances. Cocktail hour is followed by a presentation by the speaker of the evening with discussion and dinner afterward. 

Upcoming Presentations

You are invited to attend

the 497th meeting of

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Steve Snyder

Manager of Executive Communications for Denver Water

April 4th, 2024
6:00 p.m.

The Mile High Club


Managing Water Resources

in the Wild West

Cocktails 6:00 p.m.

Presentation 6:45 p.m.

Dinner 7:00 p.m.

Reservations Required

or call 303.558.1020

Country Club Attire

You are invited to attend 

the 498th meeting of 

The Denver Country Club

First & Gilpin Street

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Steve Snyder currently manages executive communications for Denver Water.


Prior to joining Denver Water, Steve held senior positions in the public, private and non-profit sectors, including at Denver International Airport, Frontier Airlines and Saint Joseph Hospital. Steve also worked for 10 years as a television news journalist in both Texas and Colorado, garnering local and national awards, including the Edward R. Murrow Award for Journalistic Excellence in 1995.


Contact Us

If you would like further information, please reach out to a Board Member or contact the Club Coordinator below: 

Jackie Royle

Club Coordinator (720) 391-6709

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