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Denver Deal: Soybu Activewear, Zoo Free Day, Chocolates and More

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Last year I didn’t really buy a bunch of presents for family (or friends) and I instead called it the “time spent with Christmas.” I made a point to do something with my loved ones individually. That is why I love FoxMind.com‘s new game Time In A Box. When you give Time in a Box, (MSRP $17.95 for 2 players ages 6 and up) you are offering a child you care about the gift no one else in the world can give them: your time. Inside the box you’ll find 96 activity cards that allow a child to momentarily shift your priorities and focus on doing a special activity together, such as playing a board game; solving a puzzle; starting a family tree; making a blanket fort; or carrying out an act of kindness that will bring a smile to a stranger’s face.

Time in a Box includes a simple written agreement between you and the child that sets the ground rules by which you’ll both abide. Adults (and teens) should switch off their smart phones and get ready for some quality time!

FREE DAYS. The Denver Zoo is free for Colorado residents Nov. 20.

Soybu Discount. Last spring, Mile High Mamas was thrilled to partner with Soybu women’s activewear to collaborate the grand opening of their flagship store in Greenwood Village next to Trader Joe’s. Their “Life is a Workout” messaging particularly resonates with moms; their feminine, stylish and comfortable clothes are perfect, whether you’re chasing a toddler around the house or fitting in a hardcore workout. On Black Friday: Everything will be 25% off for one day only – 11/28/14. Enter code “Merry25” at check out. Cyber Monday: Free Dianna Scarf for all purchases of $100 or more on Dec. 1, 2014 ($35 value).

Seattle’s Best Coffee. Among coffee-drinking holiday shoppers, 88 percent will need extra coffee to power through their shopping checklists.* To ensure coffee lovers fill their mugs with a taste of the best before hunting for deals, Seattle’s Best Coffee just launched Seattle’s Best Doorbusters, a month-long Doorbuster giveaway extravaganza – no sleeping bags, lawn chairs or early mornings required. On select days between now and Cyber Monday, deal hunters can visit SeattlesBestDoorbusters.com to enter to win one of hundreds of awesome prizes (like tablets, wireless music speakers and single-cup brewers), all stocked with everything needed to deal hunt, shop and sip the best coffee.

Mile High Cleaning. I am normally a girl who loves deals and I even do the cleaning myself (to save a buck – it always seemed like something only the rich could do). But then I found a deal from Mile High Cleaning Company. It is family-owned and operated in Denver. They offer many different cleaning services for both the residential and commercial customer. No job is too big or too small. Get 2 hours of cleaning for $44.95 or 3 hours of cleaning for $59.95 from Mile High Cleaning Company.

Cavanaugh’s Chocolate.   I love to have a few extra gifts around the house – something I can give a neighbor, friend or even a teacher. I love chocolates (so do most of my friends – so it makes for a convenient gift to have around). Mrs. Cavanaugh’s candies have earned a reputation for unquestionable excellence….Ask chocolate aficionados. MileHighMamas readers get a special deal – Buy 1 lb Get 1 lb FREE of Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolates use promo code: usfamily2014

School of Shred: Vail Resort’s FREE program for 5th AND 6th graders offers four free days at each of their resorts (Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone, Breckenridge and Arapahoe Basin) will end in just two weeks. Visit any Colorado Ski & Sport (Colorado Ski & Golf/Boulder Ski Deals) location to get your kiddos signed up now.   

Crested Butte: Crested Butte Mountain offers FREE skiing on their opening day on Wed., Nov. 26! 

We will be doing our Black Friday round up next week. If you know of some special deals please email us. 

-Gretchen

Here are some other great deals:

Gobble, gobble: Rocky’s Autos (6350 Federal Blvd.) sponsors “Operation Free Bird”, a free family-friendly event to increase awareness about public-safety issues and help those in need. On Nov. 22, from noon to 4 p.m., the auto dealership will offer food, music, public safety demonstrations, community resource tables, kids’ activities, dental screenings, flu shots and free turkey certificates for those who need a little extra help this Thanksgiving. operationfreebird.com

Ageless love. To help its more mature adoptable pets find homes, the Dumb Friends League is celebrating “Adopt-a-Senior-Pet Month” by waiving the adoption fee for all pets age 8 years and older in November. The standard adoption screening process applies during all waived fee promotions and spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, microchip identification and a free office visit with a participating veterinarian is included. The Quebec Street shelter is at 2080 S. Quebec St.; the Buddy Center is at 4556 Castleton Court, Castle Rock. 303-751-5772, ddfl.org

A World of Goods: Next weekend’s World Gift Markets, held at two locations, offer hand-crafted items from local nonprofits including The Women’s Bean Project and Mission Wear along with international artisans. An opening reception is 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 21 at First Universalist Church, 4101 E. Hampden Ave. The market continues 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 22 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 23 at First Universalist Church and First Plymouth Congregational Church, 3501 S. Colorado Blvd. in Englewood. Proceeds benefit local charities and fair trade groups working in developing countries. firstuniversalist.org.

Laura Daily and Bryan K. Chavez

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