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Bringing Therapy and Exercise Together

Psychotherapist Brittni Fudge offers Walk and Talk Therapy near her Stapleton office, as a way to make therapy more accessible to many parents.

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Creative Ways to Pay for College

With the high cost of college in our children’s future, “college prep” means more than just taking challenging classes in high school. Paying for school may be the biggest challenge of all. Even if your family hasn’t saved since your child was in diapers, there are smart ways parents and students can still save some cash while working toward their goals.

Elf The Musical Opens at the Arvada Center

See the family-friendly show that follows Buddy the Elf’s journey from The North Pole to New York City in search of his dad; on stage through December 23.

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22 Family-Friendly Halloween Celebrations

From trick-or-treating in downtown Denver to a costume parade, concerts, and a haunted hayride, here's a roundup of festive Halloween outings the whole family will enjoy.

5 Old Town Trick-or-Treat Events

Celebrate Halloween a little early with these safe daytime trick-or-treating options.

6 Ways to Celebrate Día de los Muertos

Celebrate Mexican traditions during Day of the Dead, October 31 to November 2, with these family-friendly events.

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Camp Scholarships for Students

The John Austin Cheley Foundation works to remove financial barriers in order to make summer camp possible for more kids.

16 Graphic Novels That Teach

From history to science to different cultures, these graphic novels teach kids about a variety of topics.

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How to Inspire a Reluctant Reader

A love of reading doesn't come naturally for all kids, and we often need to give a reluctant reader a little nudge. If your child struggles to get into reading, here are tips to help your child become a life-long learner, even when they don’t want to.

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