2017 Programs


2017 Programs

*Upcoming programs are subject to change.

“Faces of GW”- Students photography exhibit


“Faces of GW”is a collaborate photography project that was inspired and designed after National Geographic’s Faces of America article. Through this exhibit, we explore the stories of the faces that walk through the halls of our high school every day. Sometimes, in the hustle and bustle of school and work, we do not get to connect with each other in a meaningful way. Photographers were asked to photograph, and connect with a student or teacher at this school that they have never spoken to. The purpose of this exercise is to connect with each other as a GW community through our experiences, personal struggles and common struggles as we navigate the world around us. Ultimately, student or teacher, athlete or artist, we are human and it is this human-ess that drives our One George community to the core.



When:  March 13th – 31st, 2017

             Opening March 13th, 2017

              5:30- 7:00 pm

Where:   The Mexican Cultural Center

                 5350 Leetsdale Dr., Suite 200 W (2nd Floor) Denver, CO 80246


Cocina Series – “Mexico City Street Food” cooking class

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In this class you will gain an overview of one of the world’s most vibrant street food scenes. Street food is an experience of a sacred realm in Mexico City. While there are many award winning restaurants in Mexico City, the vast network of taquerias, fondas, market stalls and sidewalk grills are among the most revered and are held in high esteem by locals. Join us as we connect you with Mexico City on a deeper level by tasting and learning to cook dishes that will delight your taste buds and will have you yearning for a trip to Mexico!

When:  March 15, 2017 

              6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Where:   Stir Cooking School

                3215 Zuni St, Denver, Colorado 80211


 Tickets limited. To purchase tickets visit: https://www.stirtolearn.com/class.asp?id=2732



Cocina Series – a journey through the flavors and culinary traditions of Mexican cuisine


Cocina-Series-outline (5)This series will explore why Mexican cuisine is considered culture – is a factor of family and social cohesion –and how taste, smell and visual beauty of food enriches and inspires our spirit. Enjoy delicious appetizers, entertainment, cash bar, and a silent auction to benefit the Mexican Cultural Center. Tickets are $40 and includes heavy appetizers and one drink ticket.

When:  February 23rd, 2017 

              6 – 8 p.m.

Where:   Comal Heritage Food Incubator 

3455 Ringsby Ct. #105
                   Denver, Co 80216


 Tickets limited. To purchase tickets email events@mccdenver.org or call 303-331-0172