Sunday, February 16, 2020

First Sign of Spring in Denver

Most of us have probably seen some pretty orchids. They might have been really nice. But the ones at the Denver Botanic Gardens Orchid...

This could (coral)ate to a good time!

Small, yet intriguing, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s newest exhibit - After The Asteroid - uses newly uncovered fossils to discover more...

The Nutcracker: Denver’s 59th Year of Holiday Enchantment

Leaping back for a 59th season of pirouettes, plies, and graceful lifts it’s The Nutcracker. This holiday season the Colorado Ballet returns for another...

Youthbiz, a Wonderful Opportunity for Young Entrepreneurs

Youthbiz, an event hosted by the Young Americans Center for Financial Education, was a wonderful experience. It was an opportunity to see young peoples...

Haunted Field Of Screams will give a scare!

The Haunted Field of Screams in Thornton is THE place to get scared! With four different attractions to visit, it’s hard to get bored....

Extreme Sports: Beyond Human Limits

Have you ever skydived, ice climbed or white water kayaked? If you have not, then you are in for a treat! On the third...

Art you looking for some fun?

Paintings, pottery, pendants, and more!! This year’s Stanley Arts Festival had 30 to 40 very talented artists, hand-picked just for this one two-day art fair. All...

Labor Day Lift Of

  This past weekend in Colorado Springs, I visited the Labor Day Lift Off Festival. LDLO is basically a 3 day hot air balloon festival...

An Un-bee-lievable Week

Out of 11 million students who started their quest for the Holy Grail of spelling in August of 2018, only 564 made it to...

Madama Butterfly

At Central City Opera many have just experienced their first opera with exciting and educational activities leading up to it. In case you’re wondering what...
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