The Colorado-based space exploration company United Launch Alliance showed its support for the Children’s Museum on Wednesday in conjunction with the launch of the mysterious “space plane.”
The three-piece Cloudscape sculpture has been moved from it’s original location along Pena Boulevard to the Children’s Museum of Denver where drivers along Interstate 25 can see them.
The snow is melting and summer is just around the corner. Admit it, parents. Spending the day surrounded by zoo animals and butterflies or soaking up the Mile High sun at the baseball park is just about as fun for the grown-ups as it is for the kids.
Get out of the stores and enjoy something else on your four-day weekend. There are lots of great activities for the whole family on that long weekend after Thanksgiving.
New Year’s came early for children celebrating at the Children’s Museum on Monday.
There is no better way to bond with your child and instill strong core values than to volunteer together. Most non-profit organizations rely heavily on volunteers, and most volunteers find the work rewarding and challenging. […]
Little ghosts and goblins were out wandering the streets of Denver on Saturday.