Front Porch 2018 Guide to Summer Camps and Activities
When a vehicle starts to skid, a rush of adrenalin may prompt drivers to make accident-causing errors.
Stapleton residents Patrick and Amy Turner, parents of two children ages 7 and 3, have introduced the Goldfish Swim School business model, and its mascot Bubbles, to NE Denver.
On August 10, the auditorium at Hill Campus of Arts and Sciences buzzed with excitement as the eager sixth-grade class assembled for a special presentation.
A passion for encouraging children’s physical activity and movement prompted Robin Lozier, a former physical education teacher, and her business partner Chris Lindley, owner of Endorphin, to open Bounce.
With five children of their own, Neil and Denise Allman, husband-and-wife owners of Mighty Movement Academy, understand the value of keeping kids busy and active.
Taking advantage of an industry “on fire,” local residents Jake and Kim Crine are opening Übergrippen to climbing enthusiasts and novices in June.
2017 Tennis Camp with Coach Wilson and Coach Munroe (DSST). 6/5-6/9 and 6/12-6/16, 9:15-11:15am and 11:30am-1:45pm. Stapleton courts (Montview and Syracuse). Weekly camps on fundamentals and competitive games. Ages: 5-12. Coach Jenny Wilson: firstname.lastname@example.org 23rd Annual Denver Rocky Mountain Chess Camps. 6/12-16 and 7/10-12. Full-, half-day options, 9am-4pm. 8:1 staff/student ratio. Scorekeeping, etiquette, tournament preparation, […]
Art is a language, not just a craft,” said Mike Jaramillo, an art instructor from Fairview High in Boulder.
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