Celebrate motherhood on a macro-level: Empower women around the world. Choose an Udi’s signature salad or sandwich and sip wine as you enjoy a presentation from guest speaker Joanna Murray, president and CEO of Women’s Vision Foundation, along with a video message greeting from a Guru woman who has received support from the Women’s Global Empowerment Fund.
Itchy wool sweaters and fruitcakes aside, handcrafted products are finally receiving the praise they deserve at this market highlighting locally made and sustainable goods. Housing multiple Colorado vendors selling their house-made wares—from soaps to cakes—this monthly affair gives up-and-coming producers the opportunity to expand. The result?
Doll collections—from red-haired Raggedy Ann dolls to porcelain-glazed China dolls and American Girl dolls—bring a wave of nostalgia. Still passionate for doll collections? Don’t miss this doll sale, where you’ll find antique and modern selections and dolly accessories. Are the stitching and knots coming undone of your favorite doll? Drop it by the doll hospital for a little TLC.
We’re not failing quite yet, but our children’s overall health grade dipped to a D+ on the 2012 Colorado Health Report Card. From obesity to food allergies, we break down five issues facing our state’s kids—and examine the latest research, treatments, and programs you should know about to keep your child healthy and happy.
Say goodbye to summer with an event for the whole community. Grab some solid shoes because you'll be on the move all weekend exploring the more than 100 arts and craft exhibitors, visiting the interactive Sports and Kids Expo, or riding the carnival rides in the children's area.
Head down to Colorado Springs to see one of the most colorful skies in the Rocky Mountain Region. More than 75 hot air balloons of all shapes and sizes will dot the morning sky, but don't be just a spectator. Talk with the balloonists, take a ride, or even crew one of the balloons.
Do you catch your kid dashing down the halls and racing across the yard? Give their sprints a direction in the second race of this youth running circuit. Tots to teens can slip on, velcro, or lace up their running shoes and challenge one of the five age-appropriate courses that range from a 25 yard crawl to a 3 mile run.
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