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arvada west high school (9-12)
11595 allendale drive
arvada, CO 80004
place3.59 miles from neighborhood
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drake junior high school (7-8)
12550 west 52nd avenue
arvada, CO 80002
place3.21 miles from neighborhood
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fairmount elementary school (k-6)
15975 west 50th avenue
golden, CO 80403
place1.75 miles from neighborhood
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621 total students
stott elementary school (pk-6)
6600 yank way
arvada, CO 80004
place2.90 miles from neighborhood
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365 total students
van arsdale elementary school (pk-6)
7535 alkire street
arvada, CO 80005
place3.02 miles from neighborhood
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518 total students
west woods elementary school (k-6)
16650 west 72nd avenue
arvada, CO 80007
place1.27 miles from neighborhood
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740 total students
faith christian academy (k-12)
administrative offices 12189 w 64th ave
arvada, CO 80004
place3.29 miles from neighborhood
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1050 total students
faith christian academy - middle school (6-8)
6250 wright street
arvada, CO 80004
place3.03 miles from neighborhood
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compass montessori - golden charter school (pk-12)
4441 salvia street
golden, CO 80403
place2.42 miles from neighborhood
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255 total students
ralston valley senior high school (9-12)
13355 west 80th avenue
arvada, CO 80005
place3.40 miles from neighborhood
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manning options school (7-8)
13200 west 32nd avenue
golden, CO 80401
place4.19 miles from neighborhood
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warren tech north (10-12)
11325 allendale drive
arvada, CO 80004
place3.73 miles from neighborhood
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253 total students

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Upcoming Events

Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure-Golden Colorado Mini Quest
StartFeb 21
EndFeb 21
Turn Golden Colorado into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a two-hour city tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Start when you want and play at your pace.  Price is per team, not per person. Find details and Redeem your ticket as a Prepaid Code online at www.UrbanAdventureQuest.com.
Kangaroo Experience with granola feeding
StartFeb 21
EndFeb 21
Spend 30 minutes face to face learning and interacting with Red Kangaroos. This experience includes: feeding the kangaroos treats (granola), time to take individual photos, learn about the kangaroos and marsupials from our "Zoo Crew", and learning about the missions of Zoo Chateau. The interaction will be 30 minutes and the time will start as soon as the liability waivers are signed and we have entered the kangaroo enclosure.  Please note that this interaction is not the best environment for children under 3 years old. If parents would like to have their children that are under 3 participate, please ensure that there is an adequate number of adults to trade off holding or watching the kids as the kangaroos can react to crying and sudden movements. This is to make sure that you and our other guests get the most out of the interaction with our animals. All children will need a ticket reguardless of age due to limited ticket availability and limited space in the barn.  Guests should be comfortable around all types of animals. As a disclaimer: cats live on the property and occasionally dogs will also be present on the property. The itinerary for the Kangaroo experience will include: - Safety orientation on how to interact with the kangaroos (including signing release of liability) - If the roos are inside, two guests at a time will get the opportunity to go into the enclosure to feed the kangaroos and take photos as well as pet the roos. If they are outside, the group will go out into the enclosure and get the chance to individually feed and interact with and take photos with the roos.-The Zoo Crew Representative will give information about Bindi and Rooney, and kangaroos in general, and guests may ask any questions that they have- Meanwhile, the rest of the group will be watching and will be able to take photos from the viewing area (or within the enclosure) while they await their turn, or after the conclusion of their turn DISCLAIMER: Here at Zoo Chateau, our first priority is our animal and guest safety. If for some reason we feel that it is not in the best interest of the kangaroos or the guests, we reserve the right to cancel. In the event that Zoo Chateau cancels an interaction, guests will receive a voucher for a future date.  Please arrive on time as we will begin promptly. Entry may be refused to guests who arrive after the intended start time.   FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a PAYING legal guardian or adult assuming responsibility. Waivers/release of liability must be signed as soon as you enter the property, therefore minors CANNOT participate in this experience on their own. Since this is a legal document, ID may be required to be presented. This will be strictly enforced.  Can someone come observe and not participate for no charge? No. Due to the limited amount of space and our intimate experience with our animals, unfortunately we cannot allow for people to just observe. Please email us directly if you have additional questions about this.   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? As for transportation, personal vehicles and Uber or Lyft are the best options. It is the first property passed the gate so it is easy to locate.  What can I bring into the event? We encourage you to bring a camera or phone for taking photos (no flash photography), clothes that can get dirty, and closed-toed shoes. Zoo Chateau shall not be held responsible for any lost, stolen, or ruined personal items while you are participating in the interactions or while presiding on the property.   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please email zoochateau@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.  What's the refund policy? A full refund will be given if it is at least 7 days before the event. If it is after the 7 day mark, in special circumstances we may be able to reschedule but this is not guarateed due to the high demand of these interactions.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Please have proof of ticket purchase when you arrive. This can be in the form of a ticket or just confirmation of payment and may be electronic or printed.    Can I update my registration information? Yes, you are able to update your registration information.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Your ticket can be purchased by or given to anyone. However, any additional email confirmation and information will go to the person who purchased the ticket. If you do sell or give your ticket to someone else, please ensure that they reach out to zoochateau@gmail.com in order to get thier confirmation email.   Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes, we encourage you to purchase tickets for friends and family. However, if you give a ticket to someone else, please ensure that they reach out to zoochateau@gmail.com in order to get thier confirmation email since email confirmation will go to the person who purchased the email.   
2019 Colorado Environmental Film Festival
StartFeb 21
EndFeb 23
Get inspired at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival! A celebration of the power of film to inspire, educate, and motivate audiences, CEFF presents thought-provoking films from around the world and dialog with filmmakers that raise awareness of and inspire action on a wide variety of interconnected ecological, social, and economic themes. Schedule & Tickets CEFF opens Thursday evening with an awards ceremony and FREE films. Friday features CEFF for Kids, family-friendly films and dialog built for student groups. Friday and Saturday regular sessions run all day in two theaters. Tickets are $9 per session (in advance online); $20-25 per day to view any session in any theater all day; and $65 to view any session in any theater ALL weekend, plus a FREE festival mug with FREE beverage refills. Purchase in advance to save over prices at the door! Arrive early to get the best seats in your desired theater! Seating is first come first serve for all ticket holders in each theater and once full, we will not be able to allow any more entries to that screening. All screenings are held in two separate theaters inside the American Mountaineering Center. Visit www.ceff.net for the full schedule and film descriptions announced in Mid-January. Thursday, February 21 5:30-9:30pm - FREE Community Night @ Foss Auditorium. Enjoy a great film lineup, featuring the film Hearts of Glass,  and the announcement and celebration of CEFF 2019 award winners Friday, February 22 10:00am-12:30pm - FREE CEFF for Kids @ Foss Auditorium and CPT12 Theater. Enjoy family-friendly and student-oriented films and discussion. Reservations required. 10:30am-12:30pm - Regular Film Session @ CPT12 Theater 12:00pm-7:00pm - EcoExpo Open to the Public (free) 1:30-3:30pm - Regular Film Sessions @ Foss Auditorium and CPT12 Theater. Enjoy feature films and dialog with filmmakers and attendees. 4:00-6:00pm - Regular Film Sessions @ Foss Auditorium and CPT12 Theater.  7:30-9:30pm - Regular Film Sessions @ Foss Auditorium and CPT12 Theater. Saturday, February 23 EcoExpo Open to the public (free) 11:00am-1:00pm - Regular Film Sessions @ Foss Auditorium and CPT12 Theater 1:30-3:30pm - Regular Film Sessions @ Foss Auditorium and CPT12 Theater 4:00-6:00pm - Regular Film Sessions @ Foss Auditorium and CPT12 Theater 7:00-9:00pm - Regular Film Sessions @ Foss Auditorium and CPT12 Theater 9:00-11:30pm - Wrap Party @ AMC Special thanks to our 2019 sponsors! CPT12 - RMPBS - Colorado Creative Industries - National Endowment for the Arts - American Alpine Club - Colorado Mountain Club - The Rock 93.7FM - World Tree - Golden Downtown Development Authority - Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media - Ceavco - Garceworks - Your True Nature - Eco-Products - Alpha Graphics -  Golden Real Estate -  Sargent Studios - Buglet Solar - Wildlife Protection Solutions - Dumpster.com - Mountain toad Brewery - Golden City Brewery - Denver Metro Solar Home Tour - REI - Vapor Distillery - Eldorado Water - University of Colorado Masters of the Environment Program - EcoVessel - Chinook Book - Nature's Educators - SubCulture - GaiaVideo - Colorado EcoWomen - Metro Denver Nature Alliance - Audubon Society of Greater Denver - Kalicos Community - Evan Anderman Photography - PointLight Digital - ePoint Group Insurance Solutions - Nature Connextions - Steve's Weave - MacShack - Your Castle Real Estate
Women's Wellness Day
StartFeb 23
EndFeb 23
Join Jessey, Stephanie, and Kristine for a day that's all about you! Explore the many ways to wellness with a full day of workshops!
Kangaroo Experience with granola feeding (weekend)
StartFeb 23
EndFeb 23
Spend 45 minutes face to face learning and interacting with Red Kangaroos. This experience includes: feeding the kangaroos treats (granola), time to take individual photos, learn about the kangaroos and marsupials from our "Zoo Crew", and learning about the missions of Zoo Chateau. The interaction will be 45 minutes with the first 15 minutes being dedicated to signing liability waivers and a safety orientation.  Please note that this interaction is not the best environment for children under 3 years old. If parents would like to have their children that are under 3 participate, please ensure that there is an adequate number of adults to trade off holding or watching the kids as the kangaroos can react to crying and sudden movements. This is to make sure that you and our other guests get the most out of the interaction with our animals. Guests should be comfortable around all types of animals. As a disclaimer: cats live on the property and occasionally dogs will also be present on the property. The itinerary for the Kangaroo experience will include: - Safety orientation on how to interact with the kangaroos (including signing release of liability) - If the roos are inside, two guests at a time will get the opportunity to go into the enclosure to feed the kangaroos and take photos as well as pet the roos. If they are outside, the group will go out into the enclosure and get the chance to individually feed and interact with and take photos with the roos.-The Zoo Crew Representative will give information about Bindi and Rooney, and kangaroos in general, and guests may ask any questions that they have- Meanwhile, the rest of the group will be watching and will be able to take photos from the viewing area (or within the enclosure) while they await their turn, or after the conclusion of their turn DISCLAIMER: Here at Zoo Chateau, our first priority is our animal and guest safety. If for some reason we feel that it is not in the best interest of the kangaroos or the guests, we reserve the right to cancel. In the event that Zoo Chateau cancels an interaction, guests will receive a voucher for a future date.  Please arrive on time as we will begin promptly. Entry may be refused to guests who arrive after the intended start time.   FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a paying legal guardian or adult assuming responsibility. Waivers/release of liability must be signed as soon as you enter the property, therefore minors cannot participate in this experience on their own. Since this is a legal document, ID may be required to be presented. This will be strictly enforced.  Can someone come observe and not participate for no charge? No. Due to the limited amount of space and our intimate experience with our animals, unfortunately we cannot allow for people to just observe. Please email us directly if you have additional questions about this.   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? As for transportation, personal vehicles and Uber or Lyft are the best options. It is the first property passed the gate so it is easy to locate.  What can I bring into the event? We encourage you to bring a camera or phone for taking photos (no flash photography), clothes that can get dirty, and closed-toed shoes. Zoo Chateau shall not be held responsible for any lost, stolen, or ruined personal items while you are participating in the interactions or while presiding on the property.   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please email zoochateau@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.  For more urgent matters please call management at: Keaton: (303)715-8292 Rachel: (303)330-5885 What's the refund policy? A full refund will be given if it is at least 7 days before the event. If it is after the 7 day mark, in special circumstances we may be able to reschedule but this is not guarateed due to the high demand of these interactions.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Please have proof of ticket purchase when you arrive. This can be in the form of a ticket or just confirmation of payment and may be electronic or printed.    Can I update my registration information? Yes, you are able to update your registration information.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Your ticket can be purchased by or given to anyone. However, any additional email confirmation and information will go to the person who purchased the ticket. If you do sell or give your ticket to someone else, please ensure that they reach out to zoochateau@gmail.com in order to get thier confirmation email.   Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes, we encourage you to purchase tickets for friends and family. However, if you give a ticket to someone else, please ensure that they reach out to zoochateau@gmail.com in order to get thier confirmation email since email confirmation will go to the person who purchased the email. 
Past Life Regression Meditation
StartFeb 23
EndFeb 23
We all have deep, stored-away memories of having lived on this Earth plane before. By using self-hypnosis, we can tap memories of those past lives. Remembering our past lives is about soul exploration and healing; learning more about our inner mind and the continuity of life. $35 $25 for YourAshtanga members
Past Life Regression Meditation
StartFeb 23
EndFeb 23
We all have deep, stored-away memories of having lived on this Earth plane before. By using self-hypnosis, we can tap memories of those past lives. Remembering our past lives is about soul exploration and healing; learning more about our inner mind and the continuity of life. $35 $25 for YourAshtanga members
A HEART OPENING JOURNEY ~ Sound, Scent, & Guided Relaxation
StartFeb 24
EndFeb 24
Please join us for our 90 minute class, A HEART OPENING JOURNEY with sound, scent, and meditation. The Tibetan sound bath is an ancient practice that opens the Chakras, circulates stagnant energy and can facilitate the healing process. During your sound bath, you will experience a handcrafted aromatherapy blend, awakening the senses and deepening your meditation. The guided meditation technique practiced in this class is called Yoga Nidra. Nidra translates to mean "sleep" in Sanskrit. You will be guided through a healing meditation, while the whole body remains at rest. This allows the mind to become quiet, yet focused. Pre-purchasing tickets is recommeded. Vemno @juliebrown0626 to save on fees!  Shannon Boarman www.denvermindfulmedicine.com Julie Brown www.infinitelydivine.org
Thermomix® Cooking Class Arvada, Colorado
StartFeb 26
EndFeb 26
Do you have a Thermomix or want to know more? Come for tips and tricks to cook with the world’s most desired Kitchen Appliance, made in Germany and with more than 10 million followers around the world. See (and taste!) what everyone is talking about. Why attend a Thermomix® Cooking Class?   -To experience the “magic” of the smallest and smartest kitchen in the world, the Thermomix® . -To taste, touch, smell and see fresh ingredients being transformed into a finished dish, with the Thermomix® , in real time. -To learn techniques and tricks you can take back to your own Thermomix® Kitchen. -To ask questions and get answers, whether you are an owner or not. -To give your Thermomix® skills a boost. -To socialize with other like-minded people of the Thermomix® Culinary Community.   -To attend with a friend and have a blast. -Because you deserve the best!  *FREE Parking available. For more informations contact: Natalee Mahoney: nataleemahoney@hotmail.com  Spaces are limited, reserve your spot.
Be the Master of Your Kitchen
StartFeb 27
EndFeb 27
Do you need Marie Kondo for your kitchen? That's what we're here for! Are you tired of figuring out what to eat at the last minute? Do your kids make a mess getting out their own snacks? Do you want to feel like you have control over your kitchen and meals?  Meal prep is a wonderful way to make your weeks more easeful, healthy, and powered by great food. With a little advanced planning (and an organized kitchen!) you can make a few foundations of great meals ahead of time for the week. No more standing in front of the refrigerator at 6:00 wondering what to put together (and realizing you’re out of something you need), and feeling pulled in fifteen directions without enough time to get everything done. With delicious, gourmet, healthy dinners ready to be quickly assembled at home, or simply heated up, you can quickly get dinner on the table. You'll no longer need to pick up a take-out dinner to bring home or heat up a frozen meal from the grocery store. You won't even have to think about what's for dinner, because you'll already have made it!  Come to this workshop to learn how to get your building blocks ready for great tasting, healthy meals for you or your family in a couple hours one day a week. We'll give you simple, time-saving techniques to make your meals taste great, and ways to mix them up so you don't get bored throughout the week. You’ll also gain tips and tools to keep an organized, stocked, and functional kitchen that works for you and your family! YES!!! Menu: Kale Chips Roasted Carrot, Ginger, Turmeric Soup with Toasted Bread on Side Seared Tempeh Salad with Edamame, Cashews and Asian Ginger Dressing Chocolate & Avocado Mousse Hot Tea Menu is vegetarian, dairy free and can be served gluten free. There will be soy in the dressing and salad. Workshop is a collaboration between Valerie Recore, Professional Organizer of Home Most Simple, and Katrina Brink of The Empowered Kitchen. Valerie Recore is a changemaker. A time-giver. An organize-not-just-your-home-but-your-whole-life kind of consultant. She helps people shift their habits, organize their home, and be more productive. Everyone needs help organizing their home and time so they can do less looking (for keys, phones, spatulas) and more living (hiking, recitals, bedtime rituals). And she do it from a no-nonsense, sometimes sarcastic, always supportive perspective. 
emPOWERUP 2019 Tech Summit: Denver
StartFeb 28
EndFeb 28
At GrayMatter, we're all about transforming operations. But a second part of who we are, empowering people, is equally as important. The 2019 emPOWERUP Summit is an event designed for engineers, operators and managers who thrive on the plant floor and (usually) specialize in Operational Technology (OT). Greg Hazel from TMMI powered by GrayMatter and Dave Geiger from GrayMatter will take you through the most important technology updates that operators need to know. Scott Duhaime from GE Digital will be on hand to discuss updates to iFIX 6.0 and more.
SheJumps Golden Wax and Wine
StartFeb 28
EndFeb 28
Tune in and Tune up! Come meet and befriend other Front Range lady shredders while enjoying an awesome evening of education! SheJumps is putting on a Ski and Board Wax and Wine Event on Thursday, February 28, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Bent Gate Mountaineering. The technicians at Bent Gate will provide hands on instruction for how to wax and tune your own skis and boards. You bring your skis or board and we’ll bring the wine and wax! Come to learn for the first time or to refresh your skills. Register soon because space is limited to only 15 ladies.
DMELD February 28, 2019 Program: "Hammer and Nails: A New Way to Plan Employee Development"
StartFeb 28
EndFeb 28
Join the Denver Metro E-Learning Developers (DMELD) on February 28 from 7:00-8:30 pm with James Finder presenting, “Hammer and Nails: A New Way to Plan Employee Development.” Program Description Are there better solutions for team performance than hokey exercises? Join us to explore the following questions, and ask your own questions during this evening with a strategic planning expert: - How can design thinking become my superpower?- What is the Performance Problem Canvas?- How can I use the Performance Problem Canvas to create effective employee development experiences?- How can I construct training blueprints that result in better teamwork and great results? Meeting Details Date: Thursday, February 28, 2019Time: 7:00-8:30 pmCost: Free and open to the publicLocation: Home Advisor, 14023 Denver West Parkway, Golden, CO 80401, about 3-5 minutes from I-70 at Denver West Parkway (exit 263)Seating is limited. Register online at https://dmeld-february2019.eventbrite.com.
 About the Presenter James Finder is an education technology and design thinking consultant with nine years of training experience. Earning an MSIT from the University of Wyoming and a BA from Florida State University, James began his career in instructional design in Seoul, South Korea. Currently, he serves as the Lead Strategist for Promethean Learning Experience Design. James oversees all aspects of the design and implementation of the Performance Problem Canvas. He keeps abreast of the latest in ed-tech and instructional design by contributing regularly to podcasts and webinars from TLDChat, The Future of Learning Podcast, and Dear Instructional Designer. James has also served as a Sprint Ninja for 10.10.10 Denver, and as a project manager for xAPI Cohort’s Team Twine. About the Denver Metro E-Learning Developers (DMELD) Now in our 20th year, DMELD evolved from the Denver Metro Authorware Users Group. Today over 600 group members develop e-learning and multimedia using a wide variety of tools. Featured tools now include many from Adobe (Captivate, Director, Dreamweaver, Flash), along with the Articulate family, Moodle, many other authoring applications, plus various development environments. Group members write, code, and produce cross-platform programs deployed on disc, or deployed online and accessible through all types of computers and mobile devices.Please patronize the DMELD sponsors, Peachpit (http://www.peachpit.com) and O'Reilly (http://www.oreilly.com), publishers of technology books and training. We also thank HomeAdvisor (http://www.homeadvisor.com) for providing the meeting space and refreshments.Visit DMELD online at https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/dmeld DMELD Press Contacts and Information Anne Wyman 720.333.6951John Endicott 720.937.5181Please feel free to repost and redistribute this notice.
Wine Tasting for Women - Raise Money for Families in Need
StartMar 02
EndMar 02
Hello Ladies! Join us for a relaxing and fun evening of wine tasting at a fabulous event space! This month we are featuring Four Organic Wines Made by Women. Enjoy community and conversation while learning about wine. Light appetizers will be served. Half of the net proceeds will be donated to help families in need at The Action Center (https://theactioncenterco.org). Bring your business card for a chance to wine a door prize. Tickets are limited, so buy yours today! We hope you and your friends can join us! Cheers, Reina
Group Guided Meditation
StartMar 04
EndMar 04
Intuitive Coach Fran Gallaher; who owns Really Flourish; with over 30 years of meditation and counseling experience will be providing insight and healing through the power of meditation.
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