Zoo lights – a Denver holiday tradition

We were excited to finally make it to the Denver Zoo for their annual Zoo Lights! We were happy to attend opening night, with a thanks to Toyota's local PR team who invited us to partake of this Denver tradition! If you're interested in going it's well worth the stop, and runs every night from now until January 4th from 5:30pm to 9:00pm. The lights were fun and a great … [Read more...]

Cheyenne Frontier Days asks you to #ShowUsYourCowboy

The "Daddy of 'em All", Cheyenne Frontier Days has been "showing it's cowboy" since 1897 as the world's largest outdoor rodeo.  The first Frontier Days was held as a cowboy roundup that featured bronco busting and steer roping contests as well as pony races. July 2014 marks the 117th year of Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world’s largest outdoor rodeo, with 10 days of fun, … [Read more...]

15 Things you probably don’t know about the Butterfly Pavillion!!

The kids and I hadn't been to the Butterfly Pavilion in years and last week we got a chance to learn more about what they do and what they have to offer. We were all amazed at the things we didn't know! Things about bugs (with help from my kids!): Black Widows aren't as dangerous as they seem - there hasn't been a black widow fatality since There are over 50 "Rosies" … [Read more...]

Family Fun at the Denver Art Museum

This summer in Denver plan a day with the kids at the Denver Art Museum. Two temporary exhibits make the visit downtown inspiring, educational and simply fun. Nick Cave: Sojourn opened on June 9, 2013 and combines Cave’s talents as an artist and a dancer, with his unique sculptural Soundsuits on display. The exhibit begins with what looks like wallpaper made from the image … [Read more...]