Help raise funds for the Red Apple Fund for Life-Long Learning, which supports the zoo's educational programs. Grab some ice cream as you hang at the zoo’s Northern Shores playground, watch animal demonstrations, and take free rides on the carousel and train. Tickets will not be available at the door, so get them in advance. Sat 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m.
Kids can celebrate comics and pop culture during this family-friendly expo. Comic book artists will man two animation stations, and youngsters can also design costumes with recycled materials. In addition, the Colorado Movie Cars organization will be on site with a fleet of famous movie car replicas. Sat 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Relive a time when Colorado was the train mecca connecting the East to the West. Youngsters can climb aboard choo choos for tour rides and demonstrations on old-time equipment. As they take a trip into rich Colorado history, they'll learn how steam engines and old trackers were operated. Sat 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Be active for a good cause. Kids will swim laps in the rec center and then head to Winter Park's trails for the biking and running portions. Distances vary by age. All proceeds will be donated to the Fraser Valley Recreation foundation for youth scholarships. Sun 8:30 a.m.-noon.
Take your own little buzzing bees to this educational event to learn about pollinators' relationship with vegetables, flowers, and people. Children will learn about pollination from a bee’s perspective and taste some of the veggies that the bees help pollinate. They can also peek inside a live beehive during a presentation from on-site beekeepers. Sat 10 a.m.-noon.
Gear up for a cool car day presented by the Highlands Ranch Community Association. Kids can hop in fire engines, police cars, construction trucks, military vehicles, and more to learn what makes them go. Youngsters will also have a chance to talk to the personnel that uses the machines everyday. Sat 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
American Indians have long blended function and religion into beautiful pieces of art—and now your little one can learn, too. This weeklong camp teaches students how to create totem poles, masks, arrows, and dream catchers, and encourages them to not only make their own versions of these traditional crafts but also to infuse their personalities into these time-honored creations. Ages 6-9.
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