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2019 Family Favorites: More Reader Favorites

There are so many categories of favorites, we just couldn’t include them all. But you told us about some categories you would like to see and places around town that you love and trust. Here are some more favorites you shared with us.

Place to Learn About Farm Life

The Urban Farm at Stapleton

Plant a seed, care for an animal, nurture a garden; what used to be lessons reserved for kids on the farm is made accessible to kids in the city through The Urban Farm at Stapleton. Classes, school visits, camps, and weekly opportunities to interact with goats, rabbits, chickens, and cattle introduce kids to the care and respect of the earth and her many animal inhabitants in a delightfully unplugged setting. 10200 Smith Rd., Denver

Specialized Therapy

Rehabilitative Rhythms Music Therapy

According to this specialized practice, music delivers distinct neurological stimulation that leads to breakthroughs patients may not have experienced in other forms of therapy. Helping individuals with everything from autism and learning differences to traumatic brain injuries, this music-based practice focuses exclusively on neurological and developmental differences. 2222 S. Fraser St., Suite 2, Aurora

New-Parent Gathering Spot

Mothers’ Milk Bank Baby Café

Gather weekly with a breastfeeding specialist for answers to your nursing challenges. Grab coffee and a treat and enjoy the friendly support of a community of other new and expecting parents; share tips and techniques, and those “been-there” moments in a child-friendly space. 5394 Marshall St., Arvada

Spot to Om Together

Kids Yoga Guide

The rewards of a yoga practice are plentiful and it’s not just for grown-ups. Kids gain the benefits of breathing, focus, and movement as well. The Kids Yoga Guide offers classes for ages birth to adult, including parent and toddler, tween, and teen. Family Yoga class invites everyone from babies to grandparents to experience yoga together with the kids. Camp Gratitude, birthday parties, and special needs classes round out their offerings. Two locations in metro Denver

Place to Teach Kids About Money

Young Americans Bank

Kids learn the basics of personal finance, economics, and business through the classes and camps held at this learning center that is also an FDIC-insured, state-chartered bank, where children can open and manage their own bank account. The life-like Young AmeriTowne has been a part of local school curriculum since 1990, teaching kids in a fun, hands-on way about banking and business. Three locations in metro Denver

Family Food

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