Heroes, Homes and History.

The Lowry Foundation was established in 1998 as a nonprofit organization with a mission of enhancing the quality of life and public spaces within Lowry. The Foundation provides a vital level of support to the vision of Lowry’s past, present and future as a community of pride and livability.
Heroes: Creation and support of ongoing programs that share the passion of military veterans, the contributions of our residents and the involvement of businesses.
Homes: Support the beautification of the neighborhood through the ownership and maintenance of public art, the Reading Garden, transit art (bus stops) and other neighborhood amenities. The Foundation also plays a key role in the creation and support of community events.
History: Preserves and promotes Lowry’s unique history through the ownership and maintenance of the historic Eisenhower Chapel and programs on the military history of Lowry Air Force Base.
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3rd ANNUAL ARTISTS IN AUGUST EVENT

3rd ANNUAL ARTISTS IN AUGUST EVENT The Lowry Foundation is pleased to announce that we will be hosting our Third Annual Artists in August Event on Sunday August 27, 2017 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the 27th. @Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum here in Lowry. We’re excited to once again partner […]

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June 8th Lowry Beer Garden Annual Fundraiser to Benefit the Lowry Foundation Community Programs

The Beer Garden is a favorite spot in Lowry for folks to gather, relax and enjoy. For the fifth year, the Beer Garden will host a family-friendly benefit evening in support of the Lowry Foundation’s community programs, including the Lowry Elementary School Food for Kids Backpack Program.   There are no ticket sales or cover charges […]

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John Fielder – Lowry Foundation Speaker Series

John Fielder is coming to the Lowry Speaker Series! Please join us at 7pm on Monday, May 1 at Machebeuf High School (in Lowry) as John talks about celebrating 100 years of Colorado’s National Parks and Monuments, and shares many of his related photographs. Admission is free; no reservations or tickets required. For more information, […]

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