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  • Rocky Mountain Memories
    Discover the latest trends in video games at Rocky Mountain Memories in Estes Park and go home with some new releases. Your boundaries are unlimited when you are in control of an awesome radio control toy. Take it anywhere you want! Cute stuffed animals have the power of making people smile. Brighten someone's day by buying one today. No toy chest is complete without an action figure. Pick up one at this store to make sure you have this for your next play date! A toy can keep your children entertained and smart with its educational spirit. Have a fun-filled night with the board puzzles and card games that you can pick up while you're here. Get your hardhat on! Pretend to be a construction worker today with your kiddos and start building with a fun set from this Rocky Mountain Memories. Take on your next nature adventure with a new pair of binoculars and enjoy the endless sites. A great selection of parking spots are nearby. So find the time to visit Rocky Mountain Memories for the best video game selection in Estes Park.
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    140 Moraine Ave
    Estes Park, CO US
  • Fort Collins Peach Festival
    There's a reason why, when life is going well, you say "everything's peachy." For the Rotary Club of Fort Collins Breakfast, the phrase is doubly meaningful; through their annual peach sale, the philanthropic group raises enough money to give free dictionaries to every 3rd grader in the Poudre School District. In 2011, the club joined with the other three Fort-Collins-area Rotary Clubs to start the Fort Collins Peach Festival, a celebration of all things fruity (and charitable). The festival returns for its fifth edition in 2015, this time benefiting both the Rotary Clubs of Fort Collins and the STEM Education Fund. The fest's true stars are the peaches; grown by Colorado farmers, they add their sweetness to events including the pancake breakfast and the pie-eating contests. Visitors can work up an appetite during the early-morning run/walk, or sit back and take in live performances including a cheer and dance competition and live sets from bands including Winchester Holiday, American Blackout, and the Commoners.
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    1800 South Overland Trail
    Fort Collins, CO US
  • Coal Creek Traihead
    Lafayette's Coal Creek Traihead knows how important it is to get the job done, so call the experts next time your home needs a little TLC. Keep the circuitry in your home well maintained with the help of the skilled electricians at Coal Creek Traihead. When it's time to take care of all those fixer-uppers around your house, remember to call the helpful handymen at Coal Creek Traihead.
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    1580 Sagrimore Cir
    Lafayette, CO US
  • Human Movement
    The course itself carries on that fun vibe, too. Winding through city streets and local parks, the 5K route is dotted with hydration stations that dole out hot chocolate. Holiday music, a giant Santa inflatable, and snow blowers help to set
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    1111 South St.
    Louisville, CO US
  • 5KRunDead
    Running is a great way to stay healthy in general; it's also the only way to stay healthy if you're on the course of a 5KRunDead race. Each competitor is armed with flags, and as zombies nab them, they grow weaker. Lose all your flags and you're out of the game, while the fastest and nimblest get rewarded with prizes at the end. Zombies are rewarded with prizes, too, plus the fun of being transformed into genuinely gruesome creatures by pro makeup artists. Proceeds seek to spread good health far and wide?100% will benefit cancer and Alzheimer's research.
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    7969 Alkire St
    Arvada, CO US
  • Move Forward 5K/10K
    Roughly a month into their fall semester the students of Regis University's physical therapy department receive a unique homework assignment: to organize a joint 5K/10K race. The result is the Move Forward 5K/10K, two races that loop around the main campus en route to a post-race party with food, music, and the black sheep of the architecture world: a bounce house. The purpose of the assignment is to raise awareness of physical therapy and fitness and to benefit The Argyle Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports low-income residents at The Argyle senior living center.
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    3333 Regis Boulevard
    Denver, CO US