July 2013

Found 4 blog entries for July 2013.

ItalyBonjorno!  The Smith family recently returned from a fabulous, fun and adventure-filled trip to Italy.  Everything everyone says about Italy is true - it is a country that oozes with history, rustic charm, incredible beauty, and an extreme passion for living.    Italy is a wonderful country to visit because the people of Italy love community, food, beauty, and celebrate life to it's fullest every day.      From the mid evil Tuscan hill towns of Sienna, San Gimignano and Volterra, to the countryside filled with vineyards, to the scenic sea side towns of the Cinque Terra, and last, but not least, to the historically rich cities of Venice, Florence and Rome, Italy spreads it's charm and loveliness every place you encounter.  Richness in detail is seen…
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Open Arts FestThis weekend if you live anywhere around Boulder, I hope you are planning to attend the Open Arts Fest! This event is scheduled for Saturday July 20th, 2013 from 10 am to 8 pm, and Sunday July 21st from 10 am to 5 pm on the Pearl Street Mall. This relatively new festival is a celebration of the local Boulder art scene and will showcase more than 100 artists from all over the country. Only in its 3rd year, the festival has received much praise for its focus and direct involvement of the community. This event is really a great way for the family to get out and get creative, while enjoying a beautiful day walking the Pearl Street Mall, you won't want to miss it!

The Open Arts Fest will host artists with a variety of talents from jewelry making and

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Chautauqua BoulderOne of Boulder's special cultural gems is the Colorado Music Festival held every summer at the historic Chautauqua Auditorium. Currently under the direction of maestro Michael Christie, the festival is a vibrant and joyful way to experience classic, and occasionally modern, orchestra concerts in Boulder. The Colorado Music Festival (CMF) states that their mission is "To inspire and connect community members of all ages by providing access to the best of the world's music through education and performance." After attending a recent concert, we feel they have met and exceeded their mission!

ChautauquaThis summer talented artists including Lara St. John, Olga Kern, and Johannes Moser join the CMF to help create magic and delight on stage. "Together we will celebrate

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The days when neighborhood parks consisted only of a child's playground and a baseball field are over! Today in popular active communities like Boulder, Colorado, parks are more commonly places like big sportsfield complexes, state-of-the-art outdoor facilities, and towering playscapes. With a huge portion of the population in Boulder being one that is fit, many people, not just families with small children, find that an afternoon spent outside at a local park is the perfect way get your fitness on and get close the community you call home.

Harlow Platts Park - Boulder, Colorado


Some of Boulder's most popular parks like Valmont Bike Park, East Mapleton Ballfields, Eben G. Fine Park, Scott Carpenter Park, Harlow Platts Park, North Boulder

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