Offered by Moosehill Brighton
Moosehill Brighton was established in 2018 by my husband Eli and I, Letitia. We are excited to bring Moosehill to Brighton. My sister, Mandi, owns Moosehill on Colfax. That restaurant has been operating since 1984!
Moosehill is very close to our hearts as Eli and I met there back when we were in high school. We also got married at Moosehill Kipling (now closed) when it was operating in 2002!
I hope we can earn your business and support at Moosehill Brighton. We are a Veteran owned business as Eli served four years on active duty in the Marine Corps and we live in the Brighton area.
At Moosehill Brighton you will find Mexican food as well as Tex-Mex food. We are famous for our burritos, green chile and our Moosemilk. We also have Gluten-Free, Vegetarian and Vegan menus as well as catering service. If you live within a 7-mile radius we deliver through Doordash and Grubhub. We are working on our liquor license and we will soon have our famous margaritas for you to enjoy. In the meantime come in and try our Boba tea! Yes, you read this right, we have Boba Tea. When we took over our current location from Chopsticks Vietnamese restaurant we decided to keep the Boba tea since the current owners mentioned this was something many of their customers were going to miss.
We are super excited to serve our community and make new friends, so stop by and we promise you will find something on our menu that you will love. Please visit our website at www.moosehillbrighton.com for more information.
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Save on Jewelry Repair, Appraisals & Watch Batteries All Month Long!
Offered by Thollot Jewelers
Say “Thollot” to Colorado’s Most Trusted Jewelry Repair! Thollot Jewelers’ story started in jewelry repair and custom jewelry design. They have dedicated their lives to mastering their craft, restoring jewelry to new condition, and perfecting the elements of jewelry design. The jewelers at Thollot will have your jewelry repaired and looking like new in no time. They can also help you fall in love with your jewelry all over again by making improvements, customizing, or upgrading your diamond, all while completing the repair.
No one likes opening a jewelry box and seeing some of their favorite pieces in disrepair or looking at a watch with a dead battery that can’t tell time. You bought the jewelry to enjoy for a lifetime, so take it to your friends at Thollot. They truly care about you and your jewelry and will stop at nothing to make sure it always stays in tip-top shape!
Whether you have damaged, broken, dirty or dated looking jewelry, there has never been a better time to bring it into Thollot’s jewelry experts and take advantage of their Dare to Repair savings! Jewelry repair, custom jewelry design and restyling is an art that is only achieved through talent and experience, that’s why they built their business on the backs of Colorado’s most talented master jewelers.
Visit ThollotJewelers.com to learn more!
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Offered by Brian Margolis, The Margolis Team
Most home buyers are on the sidelines for the month of August which is great if you are motivated to buy right now. One of the biggest reasons for the lull is because we’re approaching back to school time. Lucky for you, inventory is much greater now than it was in the early spring. For the first time in a long time, buyers can actually shop for their dream home instead of fight for it.
Sellers, do not fret. While many are focused on getting kids prepared for school, there are still buyers who will take advantage of this time of year. We are still in an incredibly strong market and though inventory is better, it is still somewhat limited.
Want to make sure you still get top dollar for your home? The best way is to show pride in ownership. If you have a lot of deferred maintenance, buyers will notice. Take the time to spruce up your home and get it ready to show off.
If you want our professional services, including staging your home, professional photos, and expertise in buying and selling, hire our friendly, knowledgeable and dedicated Realtors at The Margolis Team. Please call: 720-791-5999 or visit www.TheMargolisTeam.com
We are always looking to add great talent to our team, so please call Brian directly at 720-352-0454 if you are interested in a great career in real estate.
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Offered by: City of Brighton Public Information Office
The Brighton Recreation Center has created special programming to accommodate School District 27J students who are looking for fun activities on non-contact Mondays. It’s called RecPlay Mondays and it starts when students head back to school in August.
School District 27J announced it was going to be transitioning to a four day school-week earlier this year and with the new focused academic schedule, students will only be in the classroom Tuesday-Friday. Meaning families are left to find their own childcare and entertainment for their kids on Mondays. The Brighton Recreation Center didn’t just sit back and wait for the community to ask to use its facility or for the school district to propose a partnership; instead, staff immediately went to work on what classes and educational opportunities it could offer.
“We are offering a variety of Monday programming that we hope will appeal to many different interests,” said Assistant Director of Recreation Services Jeffrey Hulett.
The approach was simple: create a wide variety of classes that will appeal to kids with a wide range of interests. The RecPlay Mondays programs are divided into age groups, much like school, and there are classes available for students in elementary all the way up to high school.
“In the morning we have our sports camps along with SpaceTime – a hands on science workshop—and LEGO Camp,” Hulett said. “Early afternoon is Culinary Kids, Strength Training and Pool Sharks.” He added, “We wrap up the day with more sports camps.”
All RecPlay Mondays’ programs run in either a three or four week session, according to the Recreation Center’s website. In addition to multi-series classes, like the ones mentioned above, the Brighton Recreation Center is also are offering one day classes held on various Mondays throughout the fall. These include classes for Babysitting and a CPR/First Aid class.
“We welcome the public’s feedback as we continue to develop programming to meet the needs of our community,” Hulett said.
Additional information can be found at www.brightonrecreation.com and click on “RecPlay Monday” or by calling the Brighton Recreation center at 303-655-2200
Offered by Susan Kline
This time of year brings a bit of emotion from all ages especially those that love the summer months. Maybe you’ve been busy with work or projects that have kept you sidetracked from having the fun that’s part of Summer in Colorado. We’re here to say that it’s not too late to take advantage of the remaining days before the kids go back to school! We’ve got a number of events listed throughout the magazine that will give you an opportunity to put some great activities on your calendar that are happening right in your own backyard! Jot them down, get tickets, and ENJOY AUGUST!.
It seems like things are buzzing and growing all throughout our distribution area. If you didn’t get a magazine the last month or two, some of our delivery routes were redistributed to give you better service from the Post Office. We reworked our distribution lists and added several thousand additional homes in the hope that we’re reaching everyone who’s asked to receive the magazines in these growing areas gets one!
All of our amazing farmer’s markets are coming into Harvest Time so don’t miss the opportunity to have outstanding produce on your table every night. Palizzi Farm, our cover advertiser, is having their annual harvest event from August 31st through September 3rd. Stop by and enjoy the delicious food, entertainment and fireworks on Sunday Sept. 2nd. Most of all, treat yourself to some Summer Fun!
Offered by Mackenzie Seibert, CPNP – Brighton Pediatrics
Now that the kids are out of school and the beautiful Colorado sun is out, many kids are spending much more time outdoors in the sun. It is important to remember that the UV rays from the sun can cause painful sunburns, early wrinkling of the skin and an increased risk of developing skin cancer.
It is crucial to know the best ways to protect your kids from the sun. The sun is most intense from about 10am to 4pm each day. You can minimize exposure to the sun by staying in the shade and covering as much skin as possible. This can be done by wearing hats as well as lightweight clothing that covers the arms and legs. For skin that isn’t covered, sunscreen should always be used. Before heading into the sun you want to apply a sunscreen that has “broad spectrum”, has an SPF rating of at least 15, and is water resistant. With any sunscreen, regardless of what the SPF is, you should always re-apply at least every 2 hours. No sunscreen is completely waterproof so it should always be reapplied after swimming, sweating or other water activities. For infants under 6 months of age it is best to keep them in the shade and keep their skin covered. However, for the times they cannot be shaded or protected with clothing, you may use a small amount of sunscreen on the exposed skin.
For more information, visit our website at: www.brightonpeds.com
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Offered by Jan Hepp-Struck, Hepp Realty
Last month I introduced the hot button topic of Aging in Place and the growing trend of universal design to more fully address the needs of our rapidly growing aging population and their desire to stay in their homes. But what does that really look like in terms of physical changes to your home and the impact on your life now.
First and foremost, universal (or ageless) design is about focusing on safety, ease of movement, and attractive design, both inside and outside, for all ages and abilities regardless of the stage of life. There are, of course, the more obvious and major design elements like open floor plans and widened hallways and doorways that allow for more accessibility for wheel chairs, scooters, and walkers. Another major consideration is accommodating the ability for single-floor living by ensuring kitchen, full bathroom, bedroom, and laundry are all accessible on the main floor.
But what about less major design elements outside of a major remodel… think about things that some might consider purely cosmetic adaptations such as lever-style faucet and door handles because they are much easier to operate for someone with painful joints or a weak grip. Additionally, some less obvious features could include lower or no threshold doorways. You might also consider lowered or more shallow countertops and sinks, lower cabinets, a curbless shower stall or even a walk-in bathtub that can also function as an individual jacuzzi bath, lowered light switches and thermostat, and lighting/fan fixtures with separate remotes or WIFI connectivity.
In short, your home doesn’t have to look like a geriatric facility to be functional for someone aging in place.
For proven expertise in buying or selling a home, call Jan at 303. 520.4340
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Offered by Wes Bear, Owner/Instructor – Concealed Carry Workshop
Are you the “organizer” in your circle of friends or family? If you can bring together at least 4 other people interested in concealed carry, at the same time and place, I’ll come to you, and the best part, your training is FREE!
Your group will enjoy a discount as well, $50 per person for 2 hours of Basic Training. This group class gets everyone the certificate required to apply for a Colorado Concealed Handgun Permit.
If you already have your permit, you can “gift” your training/certificate to another person, as long as there are 4 other paid attendees.
There are other available discounts for smaller groups of people as well: 3-person groups = $60/each, 2-person groups = $80/each, while 1-on-1 training is $100.
The Concealed Carry Workshop offers other classes as well, with different levels of training. Our classes are specifically tailored to what YOU want or need, NOT as a condition to get the certificate required to apply for a permit (many instructors require 6-8 hours & charge accordingly!).
For more information please call or text me at 303-548-4646 or visit my website: CCWorkshop.INFO
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Offered by Arlene Castro, iGo Realty
Now that we are in Summer, the flower fever has begun for me. I don’t know about you but I love planting flowers. I came across an article in 5280 Home Magazine and had to share this helpful information. If you want to grow a flower garden always bursting in color the entire season then these flowers will help to achieve that goal. Here is a list of flowers to plant:
- In July: Tri-Color Butterfly Bush, Red Knockout Rose, Osteospermums
- In August: Hummingbird Trumpet, Sunset Hyssop, Mexican Sage
- In September: Purple Dome Aster, Chocolate Flower, Joe Pye Weed
Local garden experts shared this bit of advice of easiest plants to keep alive in the Front Range:
- Red Valerian (perennial) blooms from May until frost.
- Ice Plant (low growing ground cover) can handle direct sun exposure.
- Blanket Flower (Sunflower origin) has an extended bloom time and doesn’t need much water.
If you are thinking of putting your house on the market, remember front and back yard landscaping will add great curb appeal to your home helping you sell it faster and for more money.
I hope this information is helpful in making your garden more colorful and your home more appealing.
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Offered by Dolan & Associates, P.C.
The storybook marriage was over, Mary lost her job, and with the extra time at home her husband’s infidelity was discovered. Mary’s father had died seven years ago and left Mary a substantial inheritance. Never guessing that their marriage would end this way, Mary simply merged her inheritance with all of the family’s assets. Unfortunately, during the divorce, there was no clear distinction between Mary’s inheritance and the remainder of the family’s assets. The judge was unable to determine the difference and divided the total of the assets equally between her and her unfaithful husband. The divorce was bad enough, but to make matters worse, this meant that Mary just lost half of her inheritance.
The outcome of this case could have been avoided. If Mary’s father had prepared a thorough estate plan, he would have left the inheritance to Mary in trust. Mary would then be able to control the trust, but the trust would help her keep the inherited assets separate from the marital assets. If Mary used the assets inside the trust for her benefit, but did not draw them out of the trust and spend them, she could have easily identified the inherited assets in the divorce. As a result, the inherited assets would have been her separate property and would not have been divided in the divorce.
Estate Planning can and should be more than avoiding probate and saving taxes. A properly designed estate plan can provide many additional advantages that protect your family. Most of these protections are ignored in cookie-cutter, form-driven estate plans. Individuals should look closely at all of the benefits a properly designed estate plan can provide them while they are alive, and provide their families after their death. After all, when is it okay that our children’s ex-spouses receive the inheritance you worked so hard to accumulate and pass on to your children? If you would like to learn more about an alternative estate planning process that is producing great results for families please visit: www.EstatePlansThatWork.com to sign up for a complementary educational workshop.
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