Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is your guest policy?

A: The City Club welcomes guests who are interested in hearing particular speakers or programs or are considering becoming members. You are invited to join us any one Tuesday for lunch. If you wish to attend more than one program, we ask that you become a member of City Club of Denver. Make your lunch reservation by clicking Programs.

Q: How do I make reservations?

A: Reservations can be made on our website, by calling 303-339-1360, or by e-mailing us at info@cityclubofdenver.org. Reservations must be made by noon on the Friday preceding the Tuesday meeting.

Q: What type of payment does City Club accept?

A: Check,cash or credit card. Payment is at the door on the date of the program, or online with your credit card.

Q: Can I come to a program without paying for a lunch?

A: No. Our arrangement with the Brown Palace Hotel does not permit us to admit attendees who wish to watch a program without paying for lunch.

Q: Is there a dress code?

A: The City Club does not have a dress code, but business attire is the generally accepted mode.

Q: How can I help plan City Club programs?

A: Selecting and planning each City Club program is the responsibility of the City Club's Program Committee. The Program Committee is made up of City Club members. All City Club members are welcome and encouraged to come to Program Committee meetings and to join the committee. If you would like to join the Program Committee please contact us, and we will add you to the meeting notification list.

Q: How do I propose a speaker or topic for a City Club program?

A: We are always looking for forum ideas and speakers. Please send ideas and materials to City Club and they will be passed on to the Program Committee.

Q: What are the criteria for selecting a City Club speaker?

A: Speakers are chosen at the discretion of the Program Committee. Criteria for picking speakers include:

  • Established speaking ability
  • Credibility/expertise of speaker on the proposed topic (How will professionals in the field regard the speaker? Is this a good topic but the wrong speaker?)
  • Marquee value (Is he/she a "name" speaker that will draw a crowd?)
  • Does the speaker have a "hidden agenda" or is there any self-promotion involved?

For forum topics:

  • Is there a clear, concise and defined subject?
  • Timeliness of topic
  • Is the topic of broad interest to Club members and the community?
  • The relationship to City Club's overall programming

Other considerations:

  • Format: What is the best way to feature the speaker or subject: single speaker, debate or panel?
  • Marketing: How might we broaden the interest in, and attendance at, this program? What other groups could we contact? Is a co-sponsorship possible?
  • Source of the recommendation

City Club of Denver   PO Box 691, Denver, CO 80201
(303) 339-1360
info@cityclubofdenver.org
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