Water World Debuts New Attractions
Guests are enjoying the new 7-acre Alpine Springs fun zone! Water World's two newest attractions have received rave reviews so far this summer.
The two attractions include the Roaring Forks which is the second water coaster in the state of Colorado (both coasters are located at Water World). It utilizes patented water nozzle propulsion for a two-guest rider coaster experience on dueling paths with another set of riders. This allows the riders to see and taunt each other through enclosed spaces and open air splashes over hills and fast corners that feature Water World’s first open air flying saucer turns.
The other is Centennial Basin offering a fast drop with mesmerizing effects that you won’t soon forget. The two-person raft whirls you down an enclosed tube with high tech visual effects that make you feel like you are descending at a quicker rate than you actually are. Riders then splashdown into a Colorado-proud mega-bowl where rotations eventually lead to a runout area.  
“Sleeping Beauty” Was A Success 
It was a beautiful thing to witness on June 25th and 26th when 45 school-aged aspiring actors and theatre crew members performed Sleeping Beauty at the Westminster High School Theatre in front of more than 200 parents, grandparents and other well-wishers.

All the children auditioned, rehearsed, and performed during a one-week summer residency. The production was part of the international Missoula Children's Theatre's unique touring project and was presented locally by Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District and the North Metro Arts Alliance.
 
Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District congratulates everyone who participated!
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