Offered by Susan Kline
Cooler weather has come….in fact Colorado had
the coldest temps in the country yesterday! It’s supposed to start warming up again soon…at least for awhile. It’s always so amazing to me how quickly the years pass. With all of Colorado’s seasons and efforts to enjoy them, there’s much to do and, often, not enough time to do it. We go about our everyday work and school activities without much intrusion except to try to keep on schedule. The recent tragedy of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria have changed forever the lives of others in our country. It’s hard to imagine what life would be like when everything is either under water or swept away by a hurricane. We seldom take time to appreciate the meaning of all the positives around us. This might be a great time to pause and be thankful for the blessings in our lives, and the beautiful state we call home.
Our communities in this magazine’s distribution area are all buzzing with activity this October. Please look through the magazine entirely as many events are listed with fun for your entire family. One of the biggest in the area is Brighton’s Harvest Festival to be held in Downtown Brighton on October 28th. There are scheduled to be over 100 vendors in attendance with candy and give-aways for families who attend. If you want to expand your horizons and meet a lot of people who are passionate about this area and its children, please take time between 12-4 p.m. on the 28th to attend this event. Your children will have great fun and can take home a treasure trove of candy and treats! Do jot down and attend all the other events advertised and if you need Halloween anything, please visit our cover advertiser, Fun Services, to pick up costumes and party supplies!
All The Best This October!