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 While everybody was riding rides, eating funnel cake,  and checking out booths, 4th, 5th and 6th graders from Jefferson County Schools were competing in the Arvada Harvest Fest

Do you know which city in Colorado has the longest running Labor Day parade?

Is it really all that possible to get chills on a 95° day, while standing outside in the baking hot sun?

How do authors get their inspiration?

The Urban is what it's called, an urban farm.  That means it's a farm not too far from  the city.

There was something for everyone at the festivities created by stage 6 of the 2012 USA Men's Pro Cycling Challenge, which went right through downtown Boulder.

On Saturday, August 18 was the grand opening of the new Asian exhibit called “An Epic Journey: Aurora’s Asian/Pacific Communities” at the Aurora History Museum.

The 1950s are returning to the 21st century. Look all around you, and you'll have to believe me.

This is a fun thing to participate in every year.

The 2nd Annual Rocky Mountain Music Festival at Clement Park!

Read all about the thrilling terror at Lakeside Amusement Park, the Tower of Zoom. Zoom is an adrenaline rush that has fans rushing to take their turn.

A Block Party of Young American Proportions

 

United Launch Alliance Host nearly 300 school children for Mars Science Laboratory Event

Help Kids in need on August 11!

Award Day for Stanley Lake Public Library brings fun for all ages.

Attention Cowboy and Cowgirl Wanna-Be's! Come Join Us for Some Old Fashioned Fair Fun!

 Slap on those hats, slop on some sunscreen, and head to the pool because Colorado is HOT, HOT, HOT!

Danny McMillan, or as most know him by, Mouse, is a highly experienced rafting guide who leads trips on the Colorado River. Not only is Mouse an expert at navigating rivers, he is also a hero.

Grant Bowman

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A recently opened history museum adds a new perspective to the history of Colorado.

Get a behind the scenes look at the Denver Public Library`s system to sorting their 2,236,686 items including movies, books, music, audiobooks, and e-books. This system is called the Circulation System.

A overview of Kellie Cannons current life and career. Kellie is a librarian at the Denver Library.

The Furry Scurry, the Wag'n Trail and so many other events that help sponser the dogs at the Dumb Friends League, but what about the cats? The Cat Fest answers that question!

Alyssa Quiett

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 Have you ever gotten a chance to dance in a different way? I’m talking about something that you may not have ever heard of!