Sunday only, visit the Butterfly Pavilion for the Bugaboo event

We had the best time at the Bugaboo event at the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster, CO today! This even is running again on sunday and it’s a must see! Your kids can trick or treat, learn about all kinds of buys and don’t forget to let them wear their costumes! My kids would have stayed all day if I would have let them. We even competed in the roach races and Solomon’s roach won! haha!

We will make this a yearly thing to attend.

Experience Metro Denver’s favorite Halloween event – Bug-A-Boo at Butterfly Pavilion! Celebrate the fall season dressed in your Halloween best while enjoying indoor trick-or-treating, creepy crawly activities, a parade led by Pete the Mantis, and lots more fun for the whole family to enjoy! Kick off the holiday a week early! Festivities will run from 9am to 5pm on both days. My kids love the butterfly pavilion so we can’t wait to go!!

  • Costume Parade at Noon
  • Cockroach Races Every Half Hour
  • Face Painting All Day
  • Stilt Walker from 11 am – 1 pm
  • Balloon Artist from 12:30 – 2:30 pm

– See more at: http://www.butterflies.org/calendar/bug-boo#sthash.5eBZUVdb.dpufFor more info, go here:  http://www.butterflies.org/calendar/bug-boo

 

Coupon Offer: $2 off admission for up to 4 people!

 

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Cottonwood Farms…Can’t wait to go back!

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We visited Cottonwood Farms this past week and had a ball! If you want to visit a pumpkin patch, visit Cottonwood Farms! It’s free admission and it’s in such a beautiful spot you will get lots of amazing pictures! It’s been freezing so they have to bunch all the pumpkins together so they won’t ruin but they told me this weekend they will have them all set back out. You can still purchase pumpkins though! There we’re so many fun attractions, my kids could have stayed there all day!

We plan to go back next week! They staff was so nice plus I forgot my wallet and am dying to buy some of their honey they sell!

Open Daily 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. September 22 through October 31 with free admission!
Cottonwood Farmfollow is located east of Boulder on 75th Street & Arapahoe Rd. with a great view of the Front Range.  Bring your camera to capture of all the family fun.

 

They have a Corn Maze Bring that the whole family for a walk in the corn maze free of charge. Their two acre corn maze provides the “real feel” of being on the farm.

 

They also have a Straw Bale Maze! You can snap some shots of your children in the straw bale maze from one of our two raised platforms.

 

They have a Pumpkin Patch where you can borrow one of their red wagons or bring your own! Each pumpkin is unique and it’s fun to see which one each family member chooses.

 

They also have a slew of animals along the farm where you can say hi to Rocco the donkey, and Bentley the miniature horse.

 

There is also a hay rides! They offer a hay ride for $3 every weekend day in October. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 3 ride free.  You will sit on straw bales on a real farm wagon pulled by a tractor. This ride takes you around the patch and back. You will get a bird’s eye view of the activities at the farm as well as a view of the Front Range with all the fall colors.

 

Cottonwood Farms
1535 N 75th St.
Boulder, CO 80303
(720) 890-4766

 

Get more information here!

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Check out Cottonwood Farms for Fall Fun!

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Open Daily 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. September 22 through October 31 with free admission!
Cottonwood Farm is located east of Boulder on 75th Street & Arapahoe Rd. with a great view of the Front Range.  Bring your camera to capture of all the family fun.

They have a Corn Maze Bring that the whole family for a walk in the corn maze free of charge. Their two acre corn maze provides the “real feel” of being on the farm.

They also have a Straw Bale Maze! You can snap some shots of your children in the straw bale maze from one of our two raised platforms.

They have a Pumpkin Patch where you can borrow one of their red wagons or bring your own! Each pumpkin is unique and it’s fun to see which one each family member chooses.

They also have a slew of animals along the farm where you can say hi to Rocco the donkey, and Bentley the miniature horse.

There is also a hay rides! They offer a hay ride for $3 every weekend day in October. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 3 ride free.  You will sit on straw bales on a real farm wagon pulled by a tractor. This ride takes you around the patch and back. You will get a bird’s eye view of the activities at the farm as well as a view of the Front Range with all the fall colors.

Cottonwood Farms
1535 N 75th St.
Boulder, CO 80303
(720) 890-4766

Get more information here!

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JOIN COLORADO EGG FARMERS FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL PJS & EGGS CHARITY EVENT

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Put on your pajamas and join us for the Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association’s second annual PJs & Eggs event benefitting the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver on World Egg Day – Friday, October 11, 2013. For this family friendly event, select Colorado breakfast restaurants will open their doors throughout the day to serve breakfast, brunch and/or “brinner” (breakfast food for dinner) and collect unused children’s pajamas for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver.

In conjunction with the Good Egg Project, CEP has partnered with restaurants across the Denver metro area that will participate in PJs & Eggs including: Breakfast on Broadway (Englewood), LePeep (Boulder), McCoys (Denver), Ralston Road (Arvada), Syrup (one location in Denver and one location in Cherry Creek), Toast (Littleton) and Wild Eggs (Denver). A portion of each restaurant’s proceeds from that day will benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver.

Those who are unable to join the event but want to support the cause may drop off a pair of new kids PJs or a monetary donation at any participating restaurant before October 11th.

WHEN: Friday, October 11, 2013

Time varies at each location.

 

WHERE: The Eggshell

5777 Olde Wadsworth Blvd

Arvada, CO 80002

 

Breakfast on Broadway

2901 South Broadway

Englewood, CO 80113

 

LePeep
2525 Arapahoe Rd.
Boulder, CO 80302

 

McCoys

4855 Federal Blvd.

Denver, CO 80221

 

Ralston Road Cafe

9543 Ralston Rd.
Arvada, CO 80002

 

Syrup (two locations)

300 Josephine St. #20       and 999 18th St. Suite 105

Denver, CO 80206 Denver, CO 80202
Toast

2700 W. Bowles Ave.

Littleton, CO 80120

Wild Eggs
300 E. Alameda Ave.
Denver, CO 80209

HOW: Purchase your meal ticket in advance at www.pjsandeggsco.eventbrite.com for $20 (price includes a meal, a non-alcoholic drink, one-dozen eggs to take home, a donation to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver) or show up at any of the above locations on October 11th with an appetite for eggs and a pair of new kids-size pajamas to donate.  You can also enter a drawing to win prizes at the restaurant of your choice. No purchase is necessary to enter prize drawings. Organizers encourage attendees to wear their own PJs to support the effort.

If you can’t join the event but want to show support, please drop off a pair of new kids PJs or donate money on Eventbrite or at any participating restaurant before October 11th.

 

 

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Anderson Farms… a MUST SEE in Colorado!

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Yesterday we got to visit Anderson Farms in Erie, CO. The weather was nice and the drive wasn’t far but we didn’t know what to expect. My kids were so excited because there was promises of a Corn maze so we drove their right when they opened.

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After getting our tickets and being greeting by some lovely folks, my kids ran straight over to the goat pen! They had goats you could pet and feed and chickens you can feed. My kids could have stayed in that area most of the time but I talked them into checking out the corn maze.

I am only 3 weeks out from having a c -section so I am not in the best shape of my life but I decided we were going to make a go of it. My 5 year old navigated the maze with ease (because if I am being honest, I had no clue where we were going!) There are 2 enormous mazes that we could have spent hours in! My little 2 year old stayed behind but my 4 and 5 year old had a blast in it but I also think it would be fun for older kids too!

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This picture is inside the corn maze on top of one of the platforms. The view is simply amazing! I couldn’t have asked for better scenery or better company.

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This is a picture of the older kids/adult themed part of the park! It’s the “Terror in the Corn” attraction that is Colorado’s only Haunted Hayride and Ghost Town experience. This attractions starts at 7pm at night so it wasn’t up and running when we went but I hear it is a TON of fun!

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Next up was a tractor ride out to the pumpkin patch. We fed some long horned cows along the way and headed to an enormous pumpkin patch where there were pumpkins of all shapes and colors!

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And last but not least we headed to the country store to pursue all the goodies they had for sale, pay for our pumpkins and sit down for a nice lunch. Let me tell you, I got the corn chowder and it was delicious! I was so impressed they even had healthy options including wheat buns for my kids hot dogs and apple sauce!

I cannot say enough good things about Anderson Farms. We even plan to come back and have my oldest’s birthday party there in a couple of weeks!

So here my top 10 reasons to visit Anderson Farms:

1. One of a kind adventure…literally the most fun attraction we have been to in denver!

2. Extremely clean…I mean even the port-a potties smelled good!

3. Helpful and accommodating staff. They treated my kids like special guests!

4. My kids didn’t want to leave

5. It is stroller friendly so if you have small kids you can bring your strollers

6. Great price for all the fun things you get to do

7. Not to far of a drive

8. Everywhere you turn, there is something fun to do

9. HUGE pumpkin patch

10. A fun place to make great memories!

Go here for prices, hours and more information!

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