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Denver is a truly diverse city, with residents from all walks of life. From young professionals in the tech sector to artists and musicians living in the city's vibrant cultural districts, there is truly something for everyone in Denver. Whether you're looking to connect with new people or find your unique community, you have found the right city.
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Will March be snowy, or will spring show its pretty face? The answer is probably both! So in our March roundup of things to do in Denver with kids, we included activities inside and out.
- Please check this any day you are looking for something to do, but also scroll through the month as there are ticketed events and others that require reservations, which we do try to note to note those that do.
- It is always a good idea to call ahead to make sure the event you are interested in is still happening.
WHAT TO DO IN DENVER MARCH 7-10
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We’re penning this blog on a chilly day and it has us longing for summer. What we aren’t looking forward to is Denver summer camp registration season – which, by the way, is right now!
There are some camps everyone knows about: Denver Museum of Nature and Science and Denver Zoo to name a couple. The February edition of Front Porch also included some great options for Denver summer camps, but if you are looking for a few lesser-known Denver summer camps, especially those in NE Denver, keep reading!
Sarah’s Summer Camp
Call us biased as this Denver summer camp is operated by our own Laura Fuller’s daughter, Sarah, but this is a true best-kept secret. Each day features a theme...
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Exercising more, eating healthier and saving money typically rank as the top three New Year’s resolutions. If you have put any of these on your list, we’ve got you covered with great fitness and weight loss specials in Denver – in fact, right here in Central Park so you can get healthy, save money and really support local!
Don’t sign up for fitness or weight loss special in Denver until you have the right gear. Activ, a Scandinavian clothing line owned by Central Park residents, is offering 40% of Newline Sports workout clothes (code: Newline40) and 15% off Moonchild yoga clothing (code: Moonchild15). @aktiv5280
Anytime Fitness Northfield
Join for $1! There are also personal training...
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If your New Year’s Resolution includes getting out more, here are ideas to get you started.
WHAT TO DO IN DENVER JANUARY 1-6
JANUARY 1: Mad Hatters Tea Party Recovery Brunch, ViewHouse Ball Park, 10 a.m.
JANUARY 2: Candlelit Restorative Yoga and Essential Oils, RiNO Yoga Social, 7-8:15 p.m.
JANUARY 3: Intro to Knitting, Grandma's House, 6:30 p.m.
JANUARY 4: First Friday Art Walk,...
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Happy New Year! If your resolution is to take your children on more outings – and get them off those screens! – here some ideas for QT in the neighborhood and beyond.
WHAT TO DO IN DENVER WITH KIDS – JANUARY 1-6
Stapleton: Kids Winter Camp – Snow Day, Whimsy Paint and Sip, 10:30 a.m.
Tinker Studio, Denver Public Library Main Branch, 2-4 p.m.
Most Denver holiday light displays are found in the city’s suburbs, which can make an evening of light peeping a bit of a challenge for urban dwellers as the littles rarely want a long drive. But, we’ve uncovered some gems right here in NE Denver so tonight be sure to grab a holiday treat for the road and set out for the festiveness. (By the way, one mom reported they had peppermint milkshakes – brilliant!)
Park Hill Denver Holiday Light Displays
Christmas Light Wonderland, 3070 Hudson St.
This house boasts a 13 ft. Christmas tree with a “surprise inside,” a tunnel of light that is a perfect “selfie spot” and 65,000 lights set to music.
Joy and Peace, 2802 Jasmine
This decorator reports this is their first year decorating after...
The holidays bring so many fun activities you could do something different with your family every day! If you need help planning, here is a daily list of thing to do in Denver with Kids in December 2018.
WHAT TO DO IN DENVER KIDS – December 7-9
Gingerbread House Party, HashTAG, 4-6 p.m.
Recurs Dec. 8-9 and 14-16
Olde Golden Christmas Parade, Downtown Golden, 10:30 a.m.
Also on Dec. 15
Chances are slim you have a night free in busy December, but just in case you do, check out our “What to Do in Denver” picks.
WHAT TO DO IN DENVER – December 6-9
Twist Your Dickens, Aurora Fox, 7:30 p.m.
Recurs Thursday through Sunday each week through Dec. 23
Ugly Sweater Party, Stoney’s, 7 p.m.
Festivus Tapping Party of Candy Cane Chocolate Stout, Wood Boss Brewing, 4 p.m.
You braved the crowds on Black Friday. You scoured the web for the best deals on Cyber Monday. Still, you haven’t found the perfect gift for your significant other. Take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. The Stanley Marketplace is the place to find unique gifts in Denver, all in one stop. Just make sure you are extra sneaky so you don’t run into your loved one while shopping! We’ve also included the Facebook and Twitter handles for these great businesses so you can stay in the know. And while you are doing your “liking,” don’t forget to follow us at @stapletonneighborhood and @neirteam for things to do, dining recommendations, tips, our “best of” reviews and more.