Littleton, Colorado

Littleton is home to the Colorado Center for the Blind and the Denver Theological Seminary. Operated by the National Federation of the Blind, The Colorado Center for the Blind runs a program in skills training for blind teenagers and adults. Littleton is also home to the grave of Alferd Packer, one of three people in the history of the United States who was imprisoned for cannibalism (no, he didn't commit his crimes in the Littleton area).

Littleton is a suburb on the south side of the Denver Metroplex and is the county seat of Arapahoe County. Just to the south of town is the Chatfield Reservoir on the South Platte River, home of Chatfield State Park. Town Hall Arts Center (pictured above) runs a number of arts oriented programs during the year but is best known for its excellent professional theater productions.