Welcome to The Dahl House from the Denver Film Society

The "Welcome to the Dahl House" series will highlight 7 family friendly films from the beloved children’s author, Roald Dahl. Each week the Denver Film Society will screen a film on Saturday morning at 10:30am. All tickets are $5 (children 6 and under are free) and include an all-you-can-eat cereal bar beginning at 10am. The series will kicks off this Saturday, June 4 … [Read more...]

Interview: The Laurie Berkner Band, kid’s music even parents love!

We get a lot of requests here at Denver Parent and it's not often we ask to write MORE about an upcoming event than a PR firm requests, but this was Laurie Berkner! If you've never heard of her or her band, then your kids were deprived! Some of her songs are some of my kid's favorites still (and they're 13 and 15) and we often burst out in song when a similar phrase or the … [Read more...]

Super Tuesday – How to participate in the Colorado Caucus

First, what is a caucus: Primaries and caucuses are two very different methods of accomplishing the same basic thing. Simply put, they are both a means for each political party to let vote­rs nationwide select their party's presidential nominee by selecting delegates (representatives of party members in each state) to send to the party's national convention. ­ At each … [Read more...]

Ho-Ho-High Tech Fun at Flatiron Crossing’s Santa HQ

How does Santa do it? Not only is he running the show at the North Pole, he's busily preparing for for the holidays locally at Flatiron Crossing mall's Santa HQ. This innovative holiday wonderland combines Santa's special magic with fun, eye-popping technology. Santa HQ is an engaging way to experience the classic mall visit with Santa. Of course, he's the star … [Read more...]

Enter giveaway for free tickets to play Minecraft at the movies

My kids adore Minecraft (if you have younger kids and haven't  hit this stage yet - you will! :) ) My two teens go on and on about this fabulous game and all the great things you can do with it. It was a foreign language at our dinner table until we watched what they were doing and the possibilities are endless. Do you have one of these Minecraft-obsessed kids? Then here's … [Read more...]