Colorado Events, Coupons, Reviews!
6 Colorado Locations
Feb. 20th - Apr. 24th
It's not too early to start thinking about Fall sports! REGISTER NOW for fall flag football, soccer and baseball with i9 Sports Aurora and take advantage of our Off-Season pricing -- You'll $AVE $46 off the full registration fee when you register by April 24th!
The fall season starts the weekend of September 7 & 8, with programs available on Saturdays or Sundays.
All programs will be 7 weeks of play with practices held immediately before games! Grab your friends and join us for FUN, SAFE & CONVENIENT sports leagues that have served the Aurora/Centennial area for 8 years. Come see THE WAY YOUTH SPORTS SHOULD BE!
$14 Buck Tues. & Thurs.
Every Tuesday and Thursday from open to close:
Only $14 per person
Unlimited Laser Tag, Bowling, and Video Games*
Outdoor Upgrade for additional $12 per person - open to close
Go-Karts, Slick Track, Rookie Track, Miniature Golf and Bumper Boats
Large One-Topping Pizza only $9.99!
* Excludes Redemption Games
Cannot be combined with any other offer, promotion or group.
Mr. Wilson and his daughter Brooklyn have put a rare doll, capable of granting three wishes, on display. The Toy Shop is visited by Presto, a magic shop owner struggling to keep his shop open, and Oddstrom, a very strange collector. The rare and valuable doll goes missing! It's up to you to help Mr. Wilson and Brooklyn find this priceless family heirloom
Recommended ages: 5 to 12 years old. Adults enjoy the show, too, and tickets must be purchased for them. Public Kids Shows are recommended for ages 4 and up!
Gratitude and yoga are connected, and by sharing yoga with kids we can help them reflect on what they are thankful for in their lives. Join us for a yoga story time with local children's librarian and certified children's yoga instructor, Leigh Ramey, from Little Trees Yoga.
1545 South Pearl Street, Denver, CO 80210
Colorado Bluebird Project
Improving bluebird populations
The Colorado Bluebird Project operates under the guidance of the Audubon Society of Greater Denver and is offered through POST Partners in Castle Rock. This volunteer-run project aims to improve the vitality of bluebird populations throughout Colorado and to inform and educate the public about bluebirds. For more information, see the project overview sheet.
Volunteers of all ages are needed to assist with monitoring of the nest boxes from April through August. Additionally, volunteers are needed to help with nest box construction and repair of older nest boxes. Wondering what to expect as a volunteer? Check out this slideshow featuring photos provided by our volunteers from this past season.
â€‹Natural Resource Specialist, Barbara Spagnuolo, conducts two education presentations in late winter to prepare residents for the start of the Colorado Bluebird Project season. Learn about the program and how you can help bluebirds in Castle Rock or in your own backyard at the open house with comprehensive monitoring training offered separately.
Thursday, Feb. 21
Wednesday, March 6
2018 Season wrap up
If you were unable to attend our end-of-the-season reception and presentation, but want to know how the season ended up, view the Natural Resource Specialist's presentation. Also, if you were a 2018 volunteer and are curious about the specific site you monitored, we can provide you with a site summary. Contact 720-733-2294 or email us for more information.
2019 Season Information
The 2019 season will start soon and we will need volunteers to monitor all our our sites. If you are interested in learning more about the Colorado Bluebird Project or volunteering to be a nest-box monitor in 2019, please fill out a CO Bluebird Project Volunteer Interest Form to get on our email notification list.
To apply to participate and volunteer in the Bluebird Program,
complete the Individual Volunteer Application and Volunteer Waiver Form, and submit both forms to the POST Partners Volunteer Program Coordinator by EMAIL.
Feel free to download our Colorado Bluebird Project Volunteer Training Manual as a reference for either your backyard monitoring or as one of our nest-box monitoring volunteers. We encourage those installing nest boxes in their own yards to follow these guidelines.
Locations of bluebird nest boxes in Castle Rock
Bluebird boxes are located throughout Castle Rock on various public parks, trails, open space and school properties. View a map of all the locations
Lil'Thinkers are so excited to have the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation come and read a story about Kindness. Learn how little acts of kindness can change your family, our community and the world. February 18-22 is Random Acts of Kindness Week, learn more at randomactsofkindness.org.
Kids Wonder- 7562 S. University Blvd. #GG, Centennial CO 80122. (303) 825-0709.
See Calendar @ https://Kidswonder.net
February 22, 2019 @ 10 AM
Families of kids 0-8
Story time is FREE with regular admission.
Local author Laura Roettiger is coming to Second Star to celebrate the release of her new book, Aliana Reaches for the Moon! In this charming STEAM book, children will see how the light of the full moon inspires Aliana to create a present for her brother Gustavo, which will surprise the whole family.
Laura will read her new book, answer questions from budding scientists, and lead them in fun activities!
"Aliana Reaches for the Moon interweaves science and art to tell a beautiful story about a budding young scientist who serves as a wonderful mentor and role model for her younger brother." ~Grace Wolf-Chase, PhD; Astronomer, Adler Planetarium
At Second Star to the Right | 1545 South Pearl Street, Denver, CO 80210
From 10:30am - 11:15am
Professor Micheal Dubson's "BOOM! The Physics of Sound and Music!" will both delight and inform kids of all ages! An award winning physicist demonstrates and describes in humorous, entertaining ways what makes sounds. Students at this show gain an appreciation of beautiful classical music as played on sawblades, the physics of variety of instruments & hands on educational demonstrations. Saturday, February 23, CU Campus in Duane Physics G1B30 from 9:30-10:30 am
Feb. 23rd - 24th
Ballerina by Degas tells the story of a young dancer, Simone, her rapid rise within the ballet company and the Impressionist artist, Degas, who records it all. Dappled with jealousies and rivalries, under the watchful eyes of their mothers, the young dancers vie for position at the barre and in the company. Performed to the music of George Bizet, Gabriel Faure and Adolphe Adam, three acclaimed composers of the day, Simone's hard work and commitment quickly propel her from neophyte to etoile (lead dancer).
Two mini-performances, telling the story of the young Simone in the Paris Opera school just for young audiences, will be presented on February 23rd at the Pinnacle Performing Arts Center, 1001 W. 84th Avenue, Denver, CO 80260 and on February 24th at Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Theatre, 119 Park Avenue West, Denver, CO 80205. The curtain will rise on these matinee performances at 3:00 p.m. Following each mini-performance will be a Little Ballerina Tea Party where children and their parents can enjoy delicious refreshments with Ballet Ariel company members still in costume.
Tickets for the mini-performances at the Pinnacle Performing Arts Center and Cleo Parker Robinson Theatre are $15 for adults and $10 for children. Tickets to the ballet with the Little Ballerina Tea Party are $25 for adults and $20 for children. For information on purchasing these tickets visit www.balletariel.org or call (303) 945-4388.
Join Play-Well TEKnologies for an all new LEGO engineering workshop. You can learn to design and build construction vehicles, including cranes, bulldozers and pneumatic cranes! Programs are at 11:30am and 1:30pm. Check out our website for further details.
Travel to Golden with Greenway Leadership Corps (GLC) for a screening of the Colorado Environmental Film Festival movies! We'll get to see 1-2 feature length films in addition to other shorter films. There will be a Q&A with someone in the industry, and we'll have a chance to explore the Eco Expo as well as see the Photography exhibit.
Greenway Leadership Corps (GLC) is a youth group in Denver for high school students to learn more about the environment and become active, informed citizens. At least once a month The Greenway Foundation will host a GLC event and meeting, often down by the South Platte River. In addition to completing volunteer work projects to help out the South Platte Greenway, students will complete team-building exercises, participate in career development opportunities, and have a chance to hear from different guest speakers in the environmental field. GLC students also have the opportunity to attend GLC Outdoor Adventure events, which involve traveling around the state for awesome new experiences in nature and additional opportunities to volunteer outdoors & learn about the environment.
All events are FREE and open to high school students. Transportation and lunch is provided. Space is limited, and registration is required. Visit our website to register today!
Bring the family to the annual Denver FamilyFest, Saturday, February 23, 2019, 11am - 5pm at National Western Complex, Denver. Denver FamilyFest has vendors, baby & kid's activities, creative stations, family type giveaways, kid's mascots, sampling and stage presentations. Denver FamilyFest was created to be an affordable and informative fun event for families. With a paid adult admission ($10 online and $15 at the show), kids admission and activities are FREE and all vendors are encouraged to have an interactive kid's activity. The event showcases dozens of activities and entertainment such as Build your own stuffed pet, LEGO engineered stem building, NERF blaster, Make a Greenscreen video, Hobby demo pavilion, Kids movie comps, Interactive music, Camp info, After school activities, Online Home-schooling, Talent search, Dinosaur masks, Selfie photo booths, Cornhole, Jumpies, Karate demos, Kids dance, Diaper & Toddler Derbies with ribbons given to the fastest baby & toddler, Childhood education and resources for new parents including latest info on ADD/ADHD, Safety information, Face painting and other local and national exhibits and activities. Denver Museum and Science will feature the interactive exhibit "Build to Fly" inspired by the flight of insects & birds and Denver-icon Tattered Cover the "Official" Bookstore of FamilyFest will feature kids illustrated and parenting books, with an opportunity to meet several authors for book signings including Claudia Mills, Lauren Myracle and Denise Vega. The Hobby Pavilion will have hands-on RC Cars, Model trains, Slot car demos, LEGO activities, Coding lessons and Technology hobbies. Admission for all kids under 12 is free. Pre -show tickets purchased online are: Adults $10, Seniors over 65 and military $5. At the show admission is Adults $15, Seniors over 65 and military $7. For further information on the large array of activities and exhibitors at the event, check out the website at www.denverfamilyfest.com .