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Deals: Spring Break Deals, Colorado’s largest Easter Egg Hunt & More!

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Happy Spring! Spring is officially here – which means warm days outside, my favorite Easter candy (Cadbury Mini Eggs) and bored kids. Just kidding about the last one – sort of. We don’t usually make plans for a Spring Break trip. We take advantage of the fun stuff around Denver. This last weekend I dragged them to the Home Show (should we stay?) and Travel & Adventure Show (should we go?). At the very least it gave us something to do.
Let’s Be Chefs. It’s a daily battle: What’s for Dinner? Castle Rock mom Suzanne Hayen knows this routine all too well and that’s why she founded Let’s Be Chefs,  an app-based service that makes it easier to get dinner on the table. They make it simple to find new recipes that you’ll like, plan your dinners for the week, grocery shop, and cook. Their goal is to help you with as many of the repetitive tasks having to do with meal planning and cooking as possible. Bonus: Try it for FREE!
Get Deals with Cyphr. Did you know that companies like Groupon give customers a great deal but may actually hurt businesses by taking 50% of the profits? There’s a new kid in down who has figured out a fun way to support local businesses AND be rewarded for it! With Cyphr’s free app, you unlock local businesses you choose. Those businesses send you time-sensitive “Secrets.” If you see a Secret you want to use later, you just press the “lock” button and it saves in your vault. At that point, it becomes like a mobile coupon you use before the expiration date. From five star restaurants in downtown Denver to nail salons to pet food, companies include Denver Bouldering Club, A Kneaded Touch Massage Therapy, Blowout Hair Studio, Bonnie Brae’s Tavern, Max’s Wine Dive, in-Tea, and Nixons Coffee House.
Beautiful Junk Sale will take place Friday, March 24 from 8:30am-7:00pm and Saturday, March 25 from8:00am-4:00pm at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. General admission is $4 for everyone 16 and older. Bring two or more non-perishable food donations and receive $1 off of admission!The Early Bird Sale will take place Friday morning at 7am, tickets are $30 and shoppers will get in FREE on Saturday. The Beautiful Junk Sale is the largest bargain shopping extravaganza in Jefferson County. The Sale is held at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Exhibit hall and offers 10,500 square feet of  jewelry, collectibles, vintage odds and ends, a vast array of household items, sporting goods, holiday decor, kitchen gadgets and MUCH more. Bargain shoppers can pay for their purchases with cash, check or credit card ($20 minimum.) The Jefferson County Fairgrounds is located at 15200 W. 6th Avenue in Golden
The Walkway Gallery (1423 Larimer Street) has a curated, rotating art display located in The Walkway down the steps on the north side of Larimer Square. This changing gallery showcases local artists, and all pieces are for sale. To kick off baseball season local multimedia artist, Kyle Bannister, who is well known for his baseball art, will be displaying his “Healing Power of Baseball” exhibit in The Walkway beginning Wednesday, April 5th with a free viewer reception from 4:30-7:00pmPlan to attend and meet the artist, enjoy light refreshments and share your favorite baseball stories while viewing five unique mixed media pieces, including paintings, drawings and 3D art through April.  For more information, visit
Denver Art Museum. During Spring Break, from March 18–April 2, 2017, at the Denver Art Museum (DAM), kids can make art in the galleries, enjoy a special presentation of a family-friendly play and learn about costume design in the Costume Studio, all for free. The Backpack Cart and in-gallery Create-n-Takes will be available every day for visiting families to get creative and discover art in the DAM’s permanent collection in new ways. Kids and families can also take a unique journey into the Star Wars™universe as characters are brought to life through a dramatic presentation of more than 70 original costumes. A special exhibition ticket is required for Star Wars™ and the Power of Costume, and tickets are only $5 for youth 6-18 years old and free for youth 0-5 years old. 
Bicycle Village offers Kid’s Trade Up program. As kids grow – so should their bikes.  Get up to 50 percent credit when you trade in a previous Bicycle Village purchase for a new junior bike within two years of first purchase. As kids grow, they can ride on the newest bikes with the latest technology and safety features while being on the right size bike for their height and weight. Each year, kids are measured and fitted to assure proper fit and the new bike gets a free tune to assure it is cleaned, oiled, adjusted and ready to roll. 
Consignment Sales. MileHighMamas has compiled a full list of all the great consignment sales this spring. The highlights of this week are:
·         April 1-2. New to You. Times: Friday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m.-noon ( half price sale)
$2 admission at Christ Lutheran Church, 8997 S Broadway, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
·         April 2. MOPS Annual Consignment Sale.Times: 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.; Admission is $3 at Grace Hill Community Church, 3900 Grace Boulevard, Highlands Ranch.
·         April 3-7. Rhea Lana-Southeast Denver. Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Monday 9 a.m.-9 p.m.;Tuesday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. (half-price sale)
at Cottonwood Square Shopping Center, 17888 Cottonwood Dr, Parker CO
Spring in Ski Country. One of the best times to get your tushie to the mountains is in the spring. Warmer weather and still great snow….plus, great fun events. Arapahoe Basin will have afternoon concerts, Cooper will have $30 Thursdays (lift tickets just $30) and afternoon concerts; Aspen/Snowmass celebrates spring March 15-19 with world cup skiing and concerts; Copper Mountain hosts Colorado’s largest Easter Egg Hunt April 16 (The Egg Hunt Features YOWIE chocolates – which shows kids an amazing way to save the environment); Crested Butte hosts Leftover Salmon concert on March 18; Eldora offers college specials on Fridays; Loveland offers free snowcat rides for the rest of the season; Purgatory has s’mores and tubing on March 13 as well as McDonalds cardboard derby on March 18; Steamboat has concerts planned every Saturday through April 8 and Winter Park celebrates Springtopia with concerts including the April 22appearance of Michael Franti.
The Rocky Mountain Super Pass + re-launched their Kids Ski Free Program for the 2017/2018 Season. Yeah, you read that right- FREE! With the purchase of a qualifying adult pass, like the RMSP+ which costs $529, you get a free child’s season pass for kids 12 and under. That’s a savings of up to $319 per pass, and offering significant savings, with a family of four (two kids/two adults) paying just $1,058 for entertainment November through April.  Ride unlimited at Winter Park ResortCopper Mountain, and Eldora Mountain, with six days at Steamboat, three days at Crested Butte, and three days at Alyeska Resort.
Epic Ski Kids. The free pass from Vail Resorts is back. It allows kids kindergarten through 5th grade (next year’s school year – since the pass is for next ski season) to ski for free at each of their Colorado Resorts including: Keystone, Breckenridge, Vail and Beaver Creek. Four times at each resort, a free beginner level lesson and equipment rental on the day of that lesson. Sign up now at a local Ski and Golf location (or Ski and Sport by Park Meadows or Boulder Ski Deals in Boulder). It is free with no strings attached. 
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