Happy Birthday, Colorado!
Summer is almost over and that means one thing, back to school sales, and trying to squeeze the last big of fun out of the summer with your family and kids. Unfortunately, that means squeezing out a few more dollars from an already expensive summer vacation. Because, let’s face it, even a simple visit to one of Colorado’s world class state park can cost a pretty penny. So, as part of our “get to know your neighborhood and your neighbors” public service blogs, we’ve put together a little guide of things you can do for free in Denver, Colorado.
Celebrating Colorado Day 2015
There are 42 beautiful State Parks in Colorado. It’s the best of what Colorado has to offer, so before summer is over and the kids run off to school, take advantage of what Colorado does best: Parks, nature and wildlife. The only thing that could make our parks more attractive is free admission, and on Colorado Day, Monday, August 3rd, 2015, that’s exactly what they are: FREE!!
As if that wasn’t cool enough, all veterans and active duty soldiers get free admission to Colorado state parks for the entire month of August.
The reason for the free State Park Day is that on August 1st, 1876 Colorado was accepted into statehood. Today, we celebrate Colorado Day on the first Monday of every August and what better way to celebrate Colorado than to open the park doors and allow anyone who wants to visit a chance to do so without having to take out a second mortgage.
Free Day at the Denver Botanic Gardens in Chatfield
Didn’t get enough of fawn and flora on Colorado Day, then head to the Botanic Gardens in Chatfield and get inspired by flora and art from around the world.
The next free day at Denver Botanic Gardens in Charfield is Tuesday, August 4th, 2015.
Free Days at the Children’s Museum of Denver
If you’ve had enough of the great outdoors, or the Colorado weather is acting up, you can always grab your kids and head indoors to the Children’s Museum of Denver. Your younger children will love this interactive playground/museum featuring a full size fire truck in the lobby, to large play rooms, as well as smaller rooms for arts, crafts and music.
The Children’s Museum of Denver is free on Tuesday, August 4th, 2015 from 4-8pm.
Denver Metro fence installation, fence repair and fencing supplies
Nothing beats the beauty and ever changing scenery of the Colorado outdoors. At Boundary Fence we pride ourselves on providing beautiful property fences that will help accentuate your home and your property, making it inviting to your neighborbors and passers by, just like Colorado’s great outdoors.
Our company is a homegrown, organic, Colorado family business. We are proud to service our fellow Coloradans and we have set the standards in residential, commercial and industrial fencing throughout the Denver area and Front Range of Colorado.
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Boundary Fence and Supply Company – Est. 1973 in Denver, Colorado
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