SAVE $5 OFF Elitch Gardens Season Pass or SAVE $10 OFF Elitch Gardens Season Pass WITH Meal Plan VALID FOR ONLINE ORDERS ONLY at http://www.elitchgardens.com/coloradokids/! Your 2017 Season Pass- Includes FREE Season Parking with every pass purchased, FREE Souvenir Cup with $.99 refills all season long (must purchase and visit by April 30th), 3 Bring-A-Friend FREE tickets (date restrictions apply and must purchase and visit the park by May 29) and unlimited visits to our Theme and Water Park. Kids age 3 and under are free and do not require a Season Pass. Purchase by dates, visit dates and restrictions apply. BUY NOW!
Expires: Mar. 31st, 2017
15% off 2 nights or 20% 3 nights or more! Stay Winter Park offers affordable and premium lodging. We always have family specials and deals. Just check out our website for more information.
Expires: Jan. 31st, 2017
Learn all about how our world class entertainment and sports venue, home to the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and Colorado Mammoth hosts over 250 events a year. Tours last 90 minutes and are $10 for adults and $8 for kids/seniors. We offer tours Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10am, 12pm and 2pm. Saturday tours begin October 8th and will be offered at 10am and 12pm. Times, dates and stops on the tour are subject to change based on availability. Call 303.405.8556 or visit www.pepsicenter.com/tours for more information. *Coupon not valid for group tour pricing.* Limit 9 per coupon, 1 coupon per visit.
Expires: Dec. 31st, 2019
This Monday, January 16, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday. It's also a Fee-Free Day in all of America's more than 400 national parks.
So if you have the day off on Monday, why not spend it in a national park near you? You can locate one at FindYourPark.com. It's the perfect way to celebrate the beauty, history, and heritage of our nation.
Dr. King believed in the promise of America. He dedicated his life to creating freedom and opportunity. You can celebrate his legacy at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta, reflect on the power of his words by visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C., or honor those who progressed the civil rights movement at sites like Selma-to-Montgomery National Historic Trail.
Wherever your plans take you, we hope you can reflect on what freedom and equality mean to you as you experience the national parks.
Your support for the National Park Foundation helps care for all of America's national parks. They are yours to enjoy and appreciate. So this Monday, bring a friend and bring your curiosity, because the parks are fee-free!
Jan. 17th - 18th
Event Time: 10:00am-12:00pm each day
Science is for everyone, science is everywhere, and science is fun! WOW!'s Discovery Days program encourages free exploration of different monthly themes through multi-sensory science activities, dramatic role play, relevant math and reading opportunities, and craft projects. This month, we're learning about Colorado weather! Discovery Days activities are included with Museum admission.
Event Time: 4:00pm
Join us for a fun, encouraging beginner level yoga class for all ages (toddlers too)! In this 30 minute session, you'll learn basic poses that help to create healthy energy, offer physical challenge and inspire your imagination. No mat necessary, just bring a smile and wear comfortable shorts or pants. Parents are welcome to join too! Included with Museum admission.
Event Time: 8:00am-10:00am
Sensory Friendly Playtime is a special Museum event for children with autism spectrum or sensory processing disorders. WOW! will limit admission to 20 families, turn down sounds and lights, and provide adaptive equipment to offer a safe and fun experience for all! Reservations are required and space is limited. To reserve your space visit: http://wowchildrensmuseum.org/visit/sensory-friendly-playtime/.
Admission is free thanks to our donor supported Play for All Initiative and sponsors KidSpot Pediatric Therapies and Brain Balance of Superior and Longmont!
Event Time: 4:00pm
Danse Etoile Ballet is delighted to share excerpts read from The Snow Queen, their new story ballet for all ages. "The Snow Queen" is based on Hans Christian Andersen's story of love triumphing over evil as one friend rescues another from the evil Snow Queen. Join us to learn how a story can be told through ballet, including a question & answer time with real ballerinas. This special program is included with Museum admission.
Jun. 27th - Jul. 31st
The Cottonwood Gulch Prairie Trek began in 1926 when our founder, Hillis Howie, learned of plans to pave Route 66. He wanted to make sure that his students learned about the American West and Native cultures before it was too late. This 5 week, all male Trek will inspire and challenge young men through wilderness backpacking, local service projects, rock climbing, mountaineering, canyoneering, and exploration of cultural and scientific sites around the Four Corners. Prairie Trekkers spend a large part of their Trek traveling from site to site, bound only by the road and their destination. The remaining time will be spend at our Base Camp property located in the Zuni Mountains. Here Trekkers will work on their personal legacy projects that may include forest restoration projects, organic farming projects, or special carpentry additions to Base Camp. Prairie Trekkers have the highest rate of return and represent a 90 year legacy here at The Gulch.
Jun. 27th - Jul. 31st
Mountain Desert Trek is an experience unlike any other. Are you ready to spend 6 weeks backpacking through desert canyons, up mountain peaks, across rivers, and into the wilderness? Do you enjoy ghost towns, Native American cultures, local artists and musicians, service learning, and organic farming? The Cottonwood Gulch Mountain Desert Trek is our longest and most intensive Trek designed for young men and women ages 16-18. This Trek will spend much of their 44 days exploring sites like a Colorado 14er, Mesa Verde, Monument Valley, The Great Sand Dunes, and many other world class destinations. MDT Trekkers will develop leadership skills through personal projects, planning expeditions, demonstrating expedition mentality, and communal living. Most importantly, Trekkers will learn self-reliance, compassion for their peers, and how to overcome personal challenges.