Established in 1922, the City Club is Colorado's premier public affairs forum. It is a non-partisan and nonprofit organization renowned for its tradition of elevating discourse on local, statewide, national and international topics. It does not take positions on issues. City Club's purpose is expressed in its motto: "To inform rather than to reform."
From September through May, the City Club presents approximately 20 public affairs programs each year. It meets the first and third Tuesday for lunch from 11:45 to 1:30 pm usually at the historic Brown Palace Hotel in downtown Denver. Speakers are drawn from the fields of politics, business, education, science, sports, journalism, arts and culture. Some programs feature lively debates of issues of local interest, pro and con presentations about ballot initiatives and referenda, and joint appearances by rival political candidates. The program always includes time for questions from the audience.
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