The Denver Press Club is proud to announce that the annual Damon Runyon Award Dinner on April 22 honoring Eugene Robinson is sold out. The VIP reception prior to the
The Denver Press Club’s annual members meeting and board election is coming up March 23. We’ll have information closer to the election on the ways you can vote – but
With COVID numbers heading in the right direction and growing numbers of people coming to the club, we’ve decided it’s time to expand our hours – and we’re offering a
The Denver Press Club will reopen with limited hours, opening Thursdays and Fridays from 4-11 p.m. while implementing requirements for indoor masks social distancing while serving a limited menu.
Remarks by Denver Press Club president Dan Petty during the broadcast of the 2020 Damon Runyon Awards on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020, from the Denver Press Club.
The Denver Press Club’s board of directors has voted to move the format of the 26th annual Damon Runyon Award Banquet to a virtual experience, broadcast 6-8 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 12, live from the Denver Press Club.
The Denver Press Club has been forced to temporarily shut down after Colorado Gov. Jared Polis ordered bars and nightclubs to close because of a steady rise in positive coronavirus cases in the state.
New York-based freelance journalist Meena Thiruvengadam joined The Denver Press Club on Wednesday night to walk through how she’s pivoted and adapted her freelance journalism business since the emergence of the novel coronavirus.
DPC Newsletter: #GivingTuesdayNow today; panel on COVID-19’s impact on oil and gas in Colorado; how freelancers can thrive now
TODAY IS #GivingTuesdayNow, a worldwide day of giving focused on responding to the unprecedented need caused by the novel coronavirus. It is taking place in addition to the regular #GivingTuesday day this year in December.
Small Business Administration approves Denver Press Club for loan through Paycheck Protection Program
The Denver Press Club has been granted a $21,385 federal loan through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program to cover the salaries of its two main employees for just over two months.
The Denver Press Club has received a $500,000 gift from the estate of late Club member Walter Baas, a longtime photojournalist for Rocky Mountain PBS and KMGH-TV.
Denver Press Club members have elected a new board of directors to serve during the 2021 fiscal year.