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Deals: Chinese New Year, Elitch Gardens and More

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Happy New Year again. What I love about the Chinese New Year coming weeks after the regular new year is that if you have somehow already dropped your resolutions – to get fit, to watch your finances, to cook at home, whatever you planned… you can start again. Here’s to starting again! Here’s to New Years! Can we plan another in March?
 
Lunar New Year at Outlets at Castle Rock. To celebrate the Year of the Pig, Outlets at Castle Rock will give away Chinese red envelopes (with $8 Outlets gift card inside) from Monday, January 28 – February 9. Children 12 and under can craft lanterns that represent prosperity at Customer Service then return decorated lantern to receive an envelope with a special surprise! There will also be performances on Feb 9 from 1 p.m .to 2 p.m. of Chinese dancers.
 
Kung Hei Fat Choy. That is Happy New Year in Mandarin. Chinese New Year is Tuesday, February 5. In celebration of the holiday, Panda Express is giving away a Red Envelope (red envelopes are given as an offer of good luck) with a coupon for a free egg roll and a Dr. Pepper.
 
Curtis Hotel and Wizard of Oz. There’s no place like home! Dorothy, Toto and all of their fabulous friends are heading to The  Curtis – a DoubleTree by Hilton on Friday, Feb. 8th to celebrate the Colorado Ballet’s The Wizard of Oz with a special Follow the Yellow Brick Road Lemonade Stand.  Get your complimentary Yellow Brick Road lemonade from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and a photo with Dorothy (a cardboard cut out of her).
 
Arc Thrift. Arc Thrift stores is having a 99 cent sweater sale on February 8 & 9. I have heard from a few people that the advent of the Tidying Up show on Netflix is giving the thrift stores some of the best stuff in quite some time.
 
National Frozen Yogurt Day. Did you know that Wednesday, February 6 is national Frozen yogurt day? What that means is free frozen yogurt – in that case, I’ll celebrate! TCBY is offering the first 6 oz for free (you can get more if you wish – you just pay the additional); Yogurtland is offering a buy-one-get-one free from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.; and Menchie’s is offering a buy-on-get-one all day!
 
Motomaki. If you bought a ski/snowboard pass – show it at Motomaki fast casual sushi and Japanese, for a 25% discount (through April 30). Also, if you are attending a CU Basketball game, show your ticket at Motomaki the day of the game, and get a free MISO soup.
  
Snarfs. On Valentine’s Day, buy one Snarf’s sandwich and get one free for that lover, friend or family member. Heck, singles can devour both sandwiches – anyone can double down on Snarf’s Sandwiches on Valentine’s Day with their buy-one-get-one free offer. To enjoy the BOGO offer, customers go to their store of choice and show their sub love at the counter by liking Snarf’s Facebook or Instagram page. It will be love at first bite. Select any sandwich the heart desires from the menu including the ever-popular Italian, Artichoke and Feta, or Meatball Parmesan, and the “not-on-the-menu” menu items like the Chicken Cordon Bleu, the Reuben or the Farmer. 
 
Qdoba. Pucker up for smooching! On Valentines (Feb. 14) Kiss the person with you in line…or the person behind you in line, or your kiddo…any way you smooch – you can buy one get one free that day. (Psst. You might also want to stick a breath mint in your purse).
 
Greenwood Wildlife Thrift Shop. The Greenwood Wildlife Thrift Shop in Boulder is having a sale on Friday, February 8. Fill a whole bag with kids clothes get it for just $1!
 
Mountaineering Weekend at YMCA of the Rockies. Mountaineering Weekend February 15-19, 2019  at YMCA of the Rockies features guided snowshoe hikes & winter ecology explorations in Rocky Mountain National Park, backcountry ski meet-ups, ice climbing lessons, winter survival and avalanche awareness presentations, and demos by popular mountaineering equipment brands. Whether it’s your first time out or your family has camped many times, this special weekend has activities and excursions for every level and all ages. Children will enjoy story times, kid-lead hikes and fun snow activities, in addition to ongoing YMCA of the Rockies activities such as roller-skating, ice skating, arts & crafts, etc. Book your President’s Day weekend adventure now! https://ymcarockies.org/mountaineeringweekend/
 
Elitch Gardens. Parents with little ones (children three to five years of age), you have until May 19 to register your child online for the Pre-K Pass. Adult guests can purchase their 2019 Season Pass for just $69.99 which includes unlimited visits, free parking, free tickets for friends, free concerts and more. Available at ElitchGardens.com or at King Soopers.
 
Keystone Kidtopia. Keystone Resort gets a bit sweeter with the second annual Kidtopia Culinary Festival, Feb. 8-15, 2019. Hands-on events like family cooking classes and food challenges means that playing with your food will be encouraged. Celebrity chef host a savory lineup tailored to the youngest of foodies.This weekend, imagination and family fun are the main ingredients. A full lineup of events and where you can reserve a room if you want to stay up overnight. can be found at KeystoneResort.com.
 
Keystone Girls in STEM: Snow Science and Snow Safety. Keystone Science School’s next Girls in STEM program is focused on Snow Science and Snow Safety. Girls will learn about snow science and a wide variety of careers within snow safety and snow science. The program is February 8-10 and cost just $175 (including food, equipment, lodging and instruction). There are scholarships available. To register or for more information call (970) 468-2098 or email Support@KeystoneScienceSchool.org.
 
Subaru Winterfest at Copper Mountain. This one of a kind concert and mountain lifestyle tour puts skiers, snowboarders, friends and families together to celebrate all things winter. It is February 15 – 17that Copper Mountain. It includes music by national artists, giveaways, and a chance to test the latest gear. Plus, if you drive a Subaru…parking is VIP and you get a special gift (while supplies last). See you there
 
 
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