Archives - July2019

Planting Now For Fall Harvest!

July 16, 2019

This is the time of year to give your garden its second wind. After harvesting all the salad greens, peas and rhubarb, you can still grow some root and other vegetables now, and reap veggie rewards in the fall! The Old Farmer’s Almanac calls it succession gardening for fall, a period of planting in mid-to-late summer …

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Apollopalooza, Willie Wonka and Mozart in Moonlight!

July 11, 2019

This month marks one of the most exciting anniversaries any of us have ever witnessed: it was fifty years ago this week that Apollo 11 blasted off, landing on the moon four days later. It was the first time a person ever set foot on the moon, when astronaut Neil Armstrong uttered those famous words, …

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How Much House Can You Afford?

July 9, 2019

Buying a house is one of the most important financial decisions you’ll likely ever make. It’s not something we do every day, or every few years like other big-ticket items such as cars, boats and RVs. In fact, a house is usually the biggest purchase you’ll make in your lifetime. Think about it, how often …

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Fabulous Fourth of July Fun!

July 3, 2019

America’s having a birthday party, and you’re invited! All of your favorite family summer activities can be found in Aurora and Denver this weekend, with an emphasis on FOOD! Kick off the long weekend with a July 4th parade and pancake breakfast, and indulge in an all-day food truck rally! It wouldn’t be the Fourth …

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Cool, Refreshing, Summer Treats

July 2, 2019

The warmer the weather, the more we like cold desserts, icy treats and cool confections for dessert. Whether you like your sweets creamy or fruity (or both) there’s a recipe here sure to please your palate! If you have a sweet tooth for ice cold desserts when the temps start to soar, read on for …

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