Way back when, I would spend an occasional Friday night home [gasp]. But honestly, the TV shows were pretty great. I loved TGI Friday. Now TGI-HULU brings back some favorite Friday night sitcoms. They are streaming over 800 episodes from TGIF – America’s favorite Friday night lineup from the 1990s! Hulu debuts the iconic television favorites: Full House, Family Matters, Step by Step, Perfect Strangers,Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, Dinosaurs and Boy Meets World. Starting SEPT 29 only on hulu.
FreeRange Playground. Bring your kids ages 12 and under to this pop-up adventure playground at the Montessori School of Denver from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. There will be a primary play area for supervised, child-led, parent-free play with repurposed and recycled materials for 5 – 12 year olds, as well as a dedicated space for parents to play with their youngest children (4 and under). The pop-up playground incorporates PVC pipes, cardboard boxes, tires, plastic crates, burlap sacks, bike tires, yarn, computer parts, foam pieces, zip ties and so much more.
will feature 2 days of BEERFEST
, with unlimited tasting from 2-6 PM
each day, Bluegrass all weekend long, including an afterparty on Saturday night featuring Everyone Orchestra (full lineup below), an off-leash dog park from 11am – 6pm
daily, a cornhole tournament on Saturday, and of course TBW’s signature craft and boutique shopping and food trucks. Oktobergrass have a bouncy castle obstacle course for the kids, and Sunday will have a mini-golf course set up on-site — lots of family fun!
Colorado Pumpkin Patch. There are TWO Mile High Mamas Days at the patch on Sunday, Oct. 1 and Sunday, Oct. 15. Anyone who visits us at 4600 E. Hwy 86 in Castle Rock from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Oct. 1 and says they’re with MHM can get in for $8.50/person…PLUS each get a small pumpkin to take home. You have the option of upgrading to a larger, carving pumpkin for a few extra bucks.Normal admission is $9.50 for adults ($11 for kids in mid-October), so the $8.50 rate with a pumpkin is a great deal! Kids 2 and under are free. Or try the Family Pass: One day use for 4 people (any age), 4 drinks (any size), and 1 pumpkin ($5 value). This is a great value at $38 to save families cash when they visit. If you really love pumpkins try the Season Pass: Unlimited admission from Sept. 23-Oct. 29. $20/person, regardless of age.
FabFitFun Box. I may have mentioned before that I am a sucker for those monthly boxes in the mail with great products. Only, I honestly can’t afford that MONTHLY. That is a lot. So I was super excited when I found FabFitFun. It is only quarterly and packed full with fun stuff. Plus, with the code PUMPKINSPICE you will get $10 off your first box.
Good Buy Gear. If you’ve heard of high-tech kid consignment, but need to see it to believe it, now’s your chance! Good Buy Gear is hosting a Pop Up Garage SaleThursday, September 28 at their warehouse (6076 W. 55th in Arvada) so you can try on the carriers, take that stroller for a spin and just enjoy some good old-fashioned, hands-on browsing and shopping! Those who have stopped by, mention their surprise at the amount of incredible inventory they have in stock. Please consider this your personal invitation to come to the Good Buy Garage this Thursday afternoon to say hello, get your hands on some Good Buys and maybe even use that $10 off Birthday Coupon before the end of the month.
prAna Discount. Where do you prAna? There’s no place more glorious than Kenosha Pass in the fall and don’t miss our guide to Colorado’s best leaf-peeping! Also, get 15% off your next prAna purchase http://www.prana.com/ with discount code MHMAJ15. Offer valid until Oct. 3, 2017.
Broncos Fans. When the Broncos play you can get a couple deals: a free Conoco coffee from 6 a.m to 10 a.m. the day following a game, score a Big Mac or a Sausage McMuffin with egg for just a $1 with the app or if the Broncos score 2 or more touchdowns get an Arby’s classic for just $1. Go Broncos!
Avalanche Family Night. Family Nights are back at Pepsi Center! Bring the whole family to Colorado Avalanche games this season and get 4 tickets, 4 chicken tenders and 4 Pepsis for only $120! Grab your Family Night package today!
Winter is Coming. No, I’m not talking about the line from Game of Thrones. I’m taking about the awesome deals that you can get for yourself and your kids in the fall for the upcoming ski season.
· Vail Resorts (Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, and Keystone) are once again offering their Epic School Kids. Four free days at each of the resorts, one beginner ski lesson and equipment on the day of the lesson. You need to take your kids to a Ski and Golf/Ski and Sport/Boulder Sport location along with proof of them being in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. This is only available through October 8 so get it NOW.
· Colorado Ski Country’s Passport is back as well. Register your 5th or 6th grader for their free pass. The pass includes most of the state’s ski areas (at 21 awesome Resorts). 5th graders get to try three times at each resort, 6th graders pass has a very minimal fee (of just $105) but you get 4 times at each of the resorts. The pass also includes a beginner level lesson and equipment on the date of that lesson.
· Nobody loves kids like Crested Butte. All kids ages 12 and under visiting Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) Nov. 23 – Dec. 15, 2017 and April 1 – 8, 2018 ski or ride for free. No strings attached, no parent ticket required, no lodging stay required, no advance reservations, no purchase of a bottle of wine (though it’s not a bad idea), just a good ole free ticket for the littlest rippers. We’re also proud to say, kids ages six and under ski free at CBMR all season long.
· Junior Trade lets you score a deal on rental gear for kids. Purchase a used setup (both ski and snowboard setups available) at Colorado Ski and Golf (Ski and Sport OR Boulder Ski Deals) locations for around $100 use it all season long. Feel free to trade it back in if the kids grow out of it mid-season. Then, bring it back in the spring for 50% money back.
Email me if you know of any great Denver deals!
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