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Creative Corner

Easy ideas for activities to do with your kids that involve fun, learning, and creativity.

DIY "Boo Tube" Halloween Candy Launcher

How can you pass out candy in a socially distant, safe way? If you want to get creative, the Holderness Family has a fun solution with this DIY Candy Launcher.  Materials 4″ PVC 4” to 2″ coupling 2″ to 11/2″ Bushing 11/2” Pipe (10 ft) 11/2″ Tee Cap Cement 3/8” Rods (3 feet or 6 […]

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25 Awesomely Fun Summer Activities for Families

Beat the heat and get outside this summer. When kids are having fun and getting dirty, all their COVID cares will melt away. We have crafts, recipes, games and more for the whole family.  1. Make your own DIY sidewalk chalk and a fun science project. Then draw with it for an art product! Double winning! 2. Have […]

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Take a Virtual Tour of the Denver Art Museum

While the Denver Art Museums’s buildings are temporarily closed, their staff is still working. Because they know that art has the power to build community, deepen social connections, and convene dialogues, they are creating online resources to inspire you and offer respite and comfort in these challenging times. Explore the museum’s offerings from home until […]

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"Virtually Denver" has growing list of online/virtual activities

Can’t visit your favorite attractions in Denver? No problem!  Denver residents complying with a mandatory “stay at home” order to help curb the spread of the coronavirus can still explore The Mile High City’s rich cultural and performing arts scenes and attractions from the safety of their homes with a new online resource called Virtually Denver. The new web […]

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President's Day: Fun Facts and Insights for Kids

Happy President’s Day! The holiday honors two of our greatest Presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Every year, the third Monday of February is set aside by the federal government to honor these men and their contributions to the nation. The celebration officially started in 1880, when Washington’s Birthday (February 22) became an official holiday […]

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