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The Denver Press Club is the nation's oldest press club. Denver journalists met as "a press club" in 1867 and incorporated as "the Denver Press Club" in 1877, a year after Colorado became the 38th state...

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Home to media, public relations, advertising, education and politics. We welcome you to join the Denver Press Club – the nation's oldest press club - which traces to its first organizational meeting to 1867.

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The Denver Press Club is the venue of choice for media events, business meetings, wedding receptions and more!

This Week's Events

  • Book Beat features Denny Dressman
    08 Jul

    6 p..m, BOOK BEAT with author DENNY DRESSMAN, whose new book is titled "Heard But Not Seen: Richard Nixon, Frank Robinson and The All-Star Game's Most Debated Play. This event is free and open to the public.

    More than 16 million viewers saw the 1970 All-Star Game on national television, and more than 50,000 baseball fans watched in person at Riverfront Stadium. But a grop of sportswriters could only LISTEN to a description of the most debated play in All-Star Game history, the Pete Rose-Ray Fosse home plate collision. It had something to do with the presence of Richard Nixon -- truly an avid and knowledgeable baseball fan -- until the dust settled at home plate in the bottom of the 12th inning.

    "HEARD But Not SEEN" tells the best behind-the-scenes story, never told until now. It's the story of Cincinnati's rich baseball legacy, and of a long-gone ethic embodied in Pete Rose, who said before the game: "I play it like any other game -- I play it to win." The punch line is a surprising exchange with Frank Robinson, one of the game's fierecest competitors ever. 

    By the way, the All-Star Game returns to Cincinnati this summer -- on the 45th anniversary of that game and famous play.

     

  • Theresa Mercado on Scoggins Podcast
    08 Jul

    6:30-8 p.m., Live From the Denver Press Club presents "The Topic of Conversation Radio/Podcast with Rob Scoggins Jr.," who is a Denver Press Club member. His guest is Theresa Mercado, Denver's scream queen.  

     This radio program/podcast includes a 30-minute meet-and-greet session, then a one-hour recording of the show -- and you're invited to be part of the audience. 

     No reservations necessary; all are welcome to attend. 

    More info: http://livefromthedenverpressclub.com

  • SPJ Panel Discusses Craft Brewing Industry
    09 Jul

    6 p.m., the Colorado Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists presents a panel discussion about Colorado's craft beer industry. This event is free and open to the public.

    The panelists are Ed Sealover, Denver Business Journal; Natasha Gardner, 5280 magazine; and Eric Gorski, The Denver Post.

  • Journalism Apps on the Agenda
    10 Jul

    7 p.m., the Online News Association Rocky Mountain chapter and the Journalism and Women Symposium are hosting an event in which they'll demonstrate the latest online news applications.

    All DPC members are welcome; the event is free and will be held in the front room.

    Info: http://www.meetup.com/ONA-Rocky-Mountains/events/223014969

Upcoming Events

15 Jul

6:30-8 p.m., Live From the Denver Press Club presents "The Topic of Conversation Radio/Podcast with Rob Scoggins Jr.," who is a Denver Press Club member. His guest is Shanna Katz, an ACS board-certified sex therapist (a modern-day Dr. Ruth Westheimer), educator and author.

 This radio program/podcast includes a 30-minute meet-and-greet session, then a one-hour recording of the show -- and you're invited to be part of the audience. 

 No reservations necessary; all are welcome to attend. 

More info: http://livefromthedenverpressclub.com

16 Jul

7 p.m., the Denver Book Cub meets at the DPC. Cost: $3 per person. 

The fiction book to be discussed is "The Signature of All Things" by Elizabeth Gilbert. It's the story of the Whittaker family during the 18th and 19th century, spanning a period of monumental changes in science, religion, commerce and class.

Info: http://www.meetup.com/denverbookclub/events/223152828/?a=eal_grp&rv=eal

16 Jul

6:30 p.m., the Denver Press Club Board of Directors meets. Club members are welcome to attend.

16 Jul

6-7:30 p.m., GUEST BARTENDER AND AUTHOR DALE VAUGHN, who is the author of "Wine Snobs are Boring," an Amazon best-selling Kindle and paperback book in the categories of spirits, wine tasting, wine collecting, drinks & beverages, and happiness.

From humble beginnings pouring wine at an Olive Garden in Texas to educating the Hollywood elite in Beverly Hills, Calif., Vaughn has helped thousands of people discover their favorite wines and feel more confident in the process. 

The Society of Wine Educators has named Vaughn a Certified Specialist of Wine.

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Weekly Tally

  • Members: 368
  • Bank loan: $227,623.63
  • In the bank:$50,001.47
  • Dues billed for FY 2015: 294 invoices for a total of $41,322
  • Dues paid so far for FY 2015: 221 for a total of $32,790

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Buffet Dinner Meal Choices This Week

  • Wednesday, July 8: Burger Night, with hand-cut French fries. Choice of hamburger, vegetable burger or salmon burger, $6.00
  • Thursday, July 9: Sausage and peppers, tossed salad, $10.00.
  • Friday, July 10: No dinner service, but we will offer complimentary hot wings and cocktail meatballs.
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