August 2016

Found 5 blog entries for August 2016.

Kids Ski For Free

  • 2016/2017 EPIC Schoolkids Colorado Pack
    The Epic SchoolKids Colorado Pack is a free program for Kindergarten through 5th graders that provides four days of skiing and riding at each of the state's top-ranked resorts: Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, and Keystone. No purchase necessary! It also includes one free first-timer ski or ride lesson with equipment rental. Register before Oct 9.
  • 5th Grade Passport
    Colorado Ski Country USA's 5th grade Passport Program provides participants with three free days of skiing or snowboarding at each of our 20 member resorts. Ski all 60 days, or just a few; the 5th grade Passport opens up the best of Colorado to your child!
  • 6th Grade Passport
    Colorado Ski Country USA's 6th grade Passport
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Robots 3D - Now - Sep 22 - Denver Museum of Nature & Science
The dynamic new IMAX film is a peek into the future of possibilities as scientists use innovative engineering and design to make cyber characters less "humanoid" and more just plain human.

The Phantom of the Opera - Aug 25-Sep 11 - Buell Theater, Denver
Hailed by critics as "bigger and better than ever before," Cameron Mackintosh's spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera boasts many exciting special effects including the show's legendary chandelier, new scenic and lighting designs, new staging and choreography.

AirPower History Tour Lands - Aug 26-28, 9am-5pm - Broomfield, Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport
See history come to life when the iconic

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STEM added Art and is picking up STEAM. All around Colorado Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math/Music have become the focus of extracurricular activities for kids of all ages.

Currently the Longmont Cultural Center’s “How Things Are Made” exhibit is doing just that, inviting kids and adults alike to come make things. From the simplest magnetic blocks to constructing a car, this exhibit is all hands on!

Use die-cutters to construct paperboard boxes or a cut-out a horse that stands on its own. Build a toy-size wooden trolly car on an assembly line and watch it break back down as it tumbles down the deconstruction ramp. They even have a routing machine set up that the youngest hands can maneuver. Vacuum seal your hand or create

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  • $385,000
  • 4 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2665 SqFt
  • 2 Car Garage
  • Southwest Longmont
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  • Listed by Greg Smith 303-497-0603

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY  - 8/6/16 - 10am-12pm

Conveniently located on the Southwest side of Longmont, this two-story contemporary home features soaring vaulted ceilings with large windows that bring in lots of natural light. Gleaming hardwood floors underpin the open and airy space. Look out from the second-floor balcony to the formal living room and dining room, both ideal for entertaining.

Step from the dining room into the stylish eat-in kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, classic subway tile, and stunning granite countertops. The 5-burner gas range is sure to be hit with the chef of the family. A

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As you know, Boulder, Denver’s groovy cousin, is often the butt of jokes due to its liberal, crunchy and affluent population. These are just a few low-lights. The list could go on and on.

1. Living In The Shadow Of The Flatirons

Living with a breathtaking view of the Flatirons every.single.day. is so, ugh. Imagine you’re on vacation and you’re comparing views and you’re thinking “Meh, I’ve seen better.” That’s no way to live! If you hate living in a postcard, you’ll hate Boulder, CO.

2. Bicycles Everywhere

If you’ve ever driven around Boulder you know what I mean. Cyclists rule the road. They are everywhere: kids, men in suits, athletes, and cruiser riders in costumes. There are mountain bikes, road bikes, recumbent bikes, elliptical bikes,

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