Come celebrate the end of summer and help us say aloha to the Eastside YMCA! Dress in your best luau attire and join us for a summer sendoff featuring food trucks, face painting, yard games, costume contests, music, giveaways, a photo booth and more! This event is free and open to the public, so bring your friends and family! #AlohaEastsideYMCA
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Thank you to Kilyn’s Kitchen for sponsoring this post. As always, the thoughts and opinions are 100% our own, and we always partner with brands we love and trust. Live Simply It is a message that we see, hear and remind ourselves of often. A simple life is a beautiful life. It is easy, less […]
It was 2003. My wife just had the first of our three children as I was finishing up the first month of my OBGYN internship. You hear about men running scared when they are about to become a father. But I guess I was too busy to feel any kind of fatherhood pressure. I mean, […]
Sometimes the very best thing you can do is to say something, and to say it well. Some of us will always opt to say something, or to say everything. I usually err on the side of saying something, and I’m learning that there are many times when the very best thing I can do […]
We are thankful to our partner Dion’s for providing this sponsored post. Dion’s is our family’s Friday night dinner. Let’s just say it’s my husband’s “go to” meal when it’s his turn to cook. I use the word “cook” lightly. My Husband considers calling or ordering online, “cooking.” We usually order pizza, salad, and a […]
Not only was I neglecting my family and friends, I was neglecting myself. I fretted and I lost sleep. I was tired… so, so tired. Some time away from my career allowed me to refocus on what is truly important in my life. Around the kids, I was much more relaxed. I could contribute more […]
This is the fourth in a series about communication between you and your child. Why focus on communication? Brazilian educator Paulo Freire says it best: “Yet only through communication can human life hold meaning.” We talk to our children from birth; we spend countless hours and millions of words communicating with them over a lifetime. […]
Calling all Girl Scouts! Participate in these fun, hands-on sessions to meet badge requirements: Daisies (Buddy Camper 9-11 a.m.); Brownies (Cabin Camper 9-11 a.m. and Outdoor Adventurer 1-3 p.m.); Juniors (Eco Camper 1-3 p.m.); and Cadettes (Outdoor Survival 1-3 p.m.). Prepaid registration required, limit of 30 participants/session.
Join us once again and treat your family to a night at The Broadmoor while supporting international adoption!
Please note the change in venue this year — The Broadmoor’s Cheyenne Lodge is nestled behind the Broadmoor golf course. Guests can park at this venue.
If you plan to spend the night at the hotel, you can call the front desk for a shuttle to the Cheyenne Lodge. Please watch for a map to be posted soon.
There will be dinner, dancing, and something for everyone: entertainment during dinner, arts and craft table, silent auction, photo booth.
VIP Dinner 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Check-in begins at 5:00
(Dance entry included with purchase)
Adult plate: $100
Child plate (12 and under): $40
Reserve your own table for 10 guests: $1,000
Family Dance 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Couples ticket: $45
Family ticket: $60
Stay the night. Rooms are available at a group discount. Please call 719-577-5775 to book your room.
Sponsored by: Porsche of Colorado Springs, Hoff & Leigh, Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group and UCHealth