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Upcoming Denver Area Family Events

  1. Gateway To The Rockies Art Show

    September 27 @ 9:00 am - November 11 @ 4:00 pm
  2. Pedalheads Bike Camps @ Berkley

    October 3 @ 4:00 pm - November 7 @ 5:30 pm

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Families in Need – nominate one here

Do you know a family in need? Amy G Law, a Denver-based law firm, is proud to announce it’s Adopt a Family initiative this holiday season. As part of the firm’s initiative to give back to the local community, Amy G Law needs your help to nominate a deserving family who would benefit from sponsorship during the holidays. The deadline for nominations is December 17 and the winner will be announced on December 18. To help families and children in the community, consider nominating someone who has positively affected his or her family, friends, or greater community! With your participation, more families and children will have the opportunity to buy family and friends gifts which is often a costly privilege. To learn how to nominate someone, please click here. The attorneys of Amy G Law are honored to help families and children of the greater Denver community and hope you can help! … [Read More...]

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Education:

Have you heard about or watched the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why? Suicide Prevention information for Parents, Kids and Counselors

If you have a child, niece, nephew, family friend, or teenage student, chances are they are one of the millions of viewers who are talking about this thought-provoking, disturbing, and at times horrifying story of the suicide of a teenage girl named Hannah. Each episode of “13 Reasons Why” outlines a different reason Hannah decided […]

Talking with Teens about Pot in Colorado

If you have teens, I’m sure you’re familiar with their common forms of deep and meaningful communication. ME: “How was your day?” TEEN: “Good” ME: “Did you end up doing ok on that English project you were worried about?” TEEN: “yep” ME: “So how is that issue with your friend you were struggling with?” TEEN: […]

Guest post: Coding Is For Women Too

By Angela Lindow My father helped me set my first email when I was 11. That doesn’t seem unusual now, but on the island of Guam in 1998, I was the only one of my friends who had an email address or cared about computers. My father loved technology and he helped me build a […]

Recipes:

Alaska Broiled salmon with Spanish saffron rice and cucumber cumin raita sauce:

With this recipe, we welcome our new Food Editor, Tina Sroka, who has her own food blog:  Read more about her here. Salmon: Broiled filet salmon with a few spread of butter and Paul Prudhommes’s Magic salmon seasoning sprinkled on top- broil on top rack of oven for 7-10 minutes until golden brown Rice: follow […]

Caprese pesto pinwheel

While surfing Facebook I found this recipe while looking for quick and tasty recipes for the school year. This definitely qualifies. I actually used pie crust and it wasn’t as pretty, but tasted pretty great! Ingredients: Ingredients: Puff pastry 3 tomatoes (sliced 1/4 – 1/2 inches and hulled) 1 zucchini (sliced 1/4 – 1/2 inches) […]

Simple Thrifty Strata Recipe

Great for leftovers and a yummy tummy filler for weekends or even a quick “breakfast for dinner” solution! Most recipes call for sitting overnight, I find if you pour the wet ingredients into the bread and toss and leave for 1/2 an hour it’s just as good. This is a fantastic way to use up […]

Denver Parent Features

Denver Area Haunted House Guide for all ages

Haunted Field of Screams and Maize in the City – Thornton 10451 McKay Road, Thornton, CO 80233 Haunted Field of Screams – Ticket prices vary but start at $49 for the 3 attractions, more for instant access Denver Parent enjoyed visit for our 2nd year in a row and this time we brought teens along! […]

Denver Comic Con is Fun for the Whole Family

We’re on a quest this Summer to find new things to do as a family. We’ve done a lot of the mainstream things Denver has to offer so I’m always keeping an ear out for new and unexpected things to try out. I was standing in line at Target recently when I overheard a conversation […]

Enjoying Date Night overnight in the mountains

My girlfriend, odd terminology at my age, was out of town for my birthday. She had wanted to get away for a night at a romantic location, together. She had used Denver Date Night to plan an evening out when we were first dating and decided to use the service again for our romantic overnight. […]