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Holiday Shopping Made Easy: Find Unique Gifts in Denver at Stanley Marketplace

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.

Fashionista gifts the Christmas

Unique Gifts in Denver for the Fashionista

For your guy who knows “the shoes make the man” and your gal who can never have too many pairs, Goose & The Goat is your go to. The have great options, but when we shopped the store we were drawn to Bed Stu shoes. Specifically, the “Shala” taupe bootie for her and the “Brentwood” in black for men. Pick out an accessory and you are all set.

Facebook/Twitter: @gooseandgoat and #gooseandthegoat.

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Avoid the Stress: Get a Premade Thanksgiving Meal in Denver

Premade Thanksgiving Diner

We love Thanksgiving. But admit it… it can be a bit stressful. The desire to make a moist, delicious turkey and perfect pumpkin pie often become the focus of this holiday that is really about family and counting blessings. Why not simplify your Turkey Day and let someone else do the cooking. Below are some wonderful places where you can get a premade Thanksgiving meal in Denver. And we won’t tell if you want your mother-in-law to think you did all the work!

IMPORTANT NOTE:

If you are interested in a premade Thanksgiving meal in Denver,

DON’T DELAY – most order deadlines are this week!

Premade Thanksgiving Meal in Denver Option #1: FIVE EGGS

ORDERING DEADLINE: End of day Wednesday, November 14

Talk about easy! With a couple of clicks, you can have a complete Thanksgiving meal brought right to your door. The complete meal serves two, but of course, you can order more to accommodate a larger crowd. In addition to turkey, the complete precooked Thanksgiving meal has cranberry sauce, gravy, cornbread stuffing, choice of three sides and pie.

Five Eggs will deliver a fully cooked natural turkey, or take care of the prep and bringing and let you roast it yourself.

If you’re just looking for a few precooked Thanksgiving dinner side dishes, Five Eggs has that too. You can order candied sweet potatoes, classic green bean casserole and other sides, plus pies. We are eyeing the apple pecan arugula salad. It’d be good to have something on the lighter side and the price is very reasonable at just over $2 per person for a salad serving 8.

Premade Thanksgiving Meal in Denver Option #2: MONDO MARKET

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What to Do in Denver with Kids: November 2018

To do in Denver with Kids

The Halloween excitement – and sugar rush – is starting to fade and the full-blown holiday season is still weeks away (that’s a long time for kids… for us adults, we’re wondering “how is it November already?!”), you can bet your kids will be whining “I’m bored” before you know it. Since November is such a busy time in grownup land, we saved you some time and did the research on what to do in Denver with kids in November. We hope it helps save your sanity… at least a little.

WHAT TO DO IN DENVER WITH KIDS – November 5-11

NOVEMBER 5: Let’s Build It – Arctic Diorama, Sam Gary Library, 4-5 p.m.

Hands-on educational craft for kids. 

NOVEMBER 6: FREE Day at Chatfield Farms, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Enjoy nice walks, historic buildings and a play area for kids.

NOVEMBER 7: Paint Pedestrian Silhouettes, Decatur and Federal Light Rail Station, 1-5 p.m.

“Imagine 2020” councilmembers have commissioned life-sized silhouettes, but they need to be painted before they are installed. Put paint clothes on the whole family and leave your mark.

NOVEMBER 8: Family Game Night, Ford-Warren Library, 5 p.m.

Play the classics! 

NOVEMBER 9: Disney Trivia, The Cube in Stapleton, 7 p.m.

Cinderella or Snow White? See if you or the kids know your Disney trivia best.

NOVEMBER 10: Denver Veterans Day Parade and Festival, Civic Center Park, 10 a.m.-noon

Who loves a parade? We do! All the better when it recognizes our brave veterans.

NOVEMBER 11: Denver Veterans Day Run, City Park, 8 a.m.

Run or walk with your kids and the dogs in the memorial 5 and 10K. Proceeds benefit Colorado veterans....