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Summer, meet fall
02 Sep 2015

Summer, meet fall

It really doesn’t matter how long it’s been since you were a student: September always feels like a month of transition. An end to meeting up with friends at the pool. A beginning, perhaps, of a new school year. Always, a slight shift in the schedule—not unlike those gradually cooling temperatures and yellowing leaves. Here are a few suggested activities happening at Reunion and beyond, all...

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Take a (virtual) walk in Reunion Park
26 Aug 2015

Take a (virtual) walk in Reunion Park

As many Reunion residents know, a stroll through this lovely, 52-acre park is a delightful way to start or end your day. But for those who don’t yet indulge in this daily pleasure, we invite you on this virtual walk. Reunion Park is the crown jewel of the community—although you’ll find no shortage of beautiful, natural spaces woven throughout the neighborhood. In fact, Reunion boasts 150...

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10 tips for babyproofing your new home
18 Aug 2015

10 tips for babyproofing your new home

Go ahead, pat yourself on the back. Buying a new home is one of the smartest safety decisions you can make for your child. Sure those vintage homes can be adorable, but the narrow stairs, cloth electrical wiring, lead pipes, lead-based paint, and asbestos? Not so much. Thankfully, you won’t have to deal with any of that drama in a new home! New homes, like...

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(Photo courtesy of Turnberry Elementary Facebook page)
12 Aug 2015

School Spotlight: Turnberry Elementary

Families opt to live in the suburbs for a variety of reasons, one of which is the schools. Reunion attracts plenty of young families who enjoy exactly this benefit. Children who live on the north side of Reunion attend nearby Turnberry Elementary School. (Southlawn residents go to Second Creek Elementary School, which we’ll profile in September. There’s also a charter school option, too, which we profiled last...

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August is American Adventure Month
04 Aug 2015

August is American Adventure Month

August is an excellent choice for a month devoted to snagging some last bits of summer adventure. School days are looming, so before the kids’ homework and your end-of-year obligations kick in, try something outside the regular routine. Here are a few ideas to get your wheels turning. Yoga at Reunion Rec Center-Wednesdays 6-7pm Don’t know your downward dog from your wild thing? Perfect. Try...

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A Grand Opening worth the (small) wait
22 Jul 2015

A Grand Opening worth the (small) wait

Crazy, rainy spring weather pushed it back a week, but the two new, Shea SPACES model homes made their debut at a Grand Opening on June 27. Mother Nature is always the wild card in home construction, but thankfully, winter was fairly easygoing. Nonstop spring rains were the only hitch in a generally very smooth process. At the Grand Opening, visitors were enthusiastic about the modern architecture,...

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School spotlight: Landmark Academy at Reunion
14 Jul 2015

School spotlight: Landmark Academy at Reunion

Between the affordable prices and family-friendly amenities, it’s no surprise that Reunion earns its fair share of the stroller-and-skateboard crowd. Having two elementary schools is yet another perk. Kids on the north side of Reunion attend Turnberry Elementary, while those in the Southlawn area can go to Second Creek Elementary. Both are less than a 10-minute drive away. There’s also a third choice that’s even closer....

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photo courtesy of Biennial of the Americas Facebook page
06 Jul 2015

Big ideas meet big fun. The Biennial of the Americas returns.

Back when our governor was the mayor of Denver, John Hickenlooper envisioned an event that would celebrate the ideas, art, and culture of North, Central, and South America—putting Denver at the hub of a globally influential discussion. His plan appears to be working. Launched in 2010, the Biennial of the Americas keeps getting bigger, better and, happily, more inclusive of metro residents. So, Reunion residents, think about...

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July events: Pick a festival, any festival
02 Jul 2015

July events: Pick a festival, any festival

With reliably warm weather, July is the quintessential festival month here in Colorado. While you’ll find wonderful festivals to explore all over the state, there’s really no need to travel too far given this fun lineup of events in our own backyard—including a movie night right here in Reunion. Because sometimes an outdoor movie under the stars is just the right amount of festive. Cherry...

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What’s inside those Richmond American homes?
23 Jun 2015

What’s inside those Richmond American homes?

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a walk-through is worth at least ten thousand. The two model homes Richmond American Homes offers at Reunion, the Alcott and Hemingway, are fully decked out and ready to give you a sense of what life is like in a Richmond American home. But if you can’t drop everything and go right now, here’s a little taste...

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