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IKEA Centennial Events & Activities

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What's happening at IKEA Centennial?
Friday, August 15, 2014
Swedish Crayfish Party
The ideal August night is warm and tender, just perfect for a traditional crayfish party. All you need is some friends, a heap of freshly boiled crayfish, and a selection of silly drinking songs.

IKEA FAMILY Member
Price: $9.99 for adults; Children 12 & under $2.49
Regular price
Price: $12.99 for adult; Children 12 & under $4.99

Tickets are on sale now! Seating is from 5:00pm - 7:0ppm. Ask a Restaurant co-worker for details and to purchase your tickets. Seating is limited, so don't wait!

The IKEA Restaurant will close at 2:00pm that day to prepare for this special event. Our Swedish Food Market and Bistro will be open and available all day.

Swedish Crayfish Party Friday, August 15, 2014
Sustainable Energy Solutions
IKEA Centennial has more than doubled the amount of solar panels on its roof, making it the largest single-use solar array in Colorado. The 83,700-square-foot solar addition will consist of a 623-kW system, built with 2,492 panels, and will produce 961,000 kWh of electricity annually for the store. Including the existing system, the IKEA Centennial store’s total 1,121-kW solar installation of 4,704 panels soon will generate 1,701,000 kWh of clean electricity yearly, the equivalent of reducing 1,200 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2), eliminating the emissions of 250 cars or powering 180 homes.

IKEA Centennial is also the first IKEA US store to incorporate a geothermal heating/cooling system. It is also the largest commerical system in the state of Colorado utlizing this type of technology.

We are excited by this commitment to use renewable energy, reduce our carbon footprint and continue to improve the lives of the many.
Sustainable Energy Solutions
Creating a better life for people and our communities
IKEA in the community
The mission of IKEA is to create a better everyday life for the many people. IKEA Centennial supports local non-profit organizations that work to help children and the environment. Most recently, IKEA Centennial has donated to the following organizations:

• Children’s Hospital of Colorado
• College in Colorado
• Colorado Center for the Blind
• Mi Casa Resource Center
• The Family Tree
• NEWSED
• RedLine

Please click below to read our Community Support Guidelines. If you feel your organization fits the requirements, fill out the Application Form and send it in.

Due to the volume of requests received, we only consider requests three times per year. The next deadline for consideration is February 24, 2014.
IKEA Centennial Community Support Guidelines & Application Form