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It all started with a trip to the grocery store
24 Feb 2015

It all started with a trip to the grocery store

If it weren’t for the over-the-top King Soopers in Commerce City, Dawn and Johnathon Wilson might not have moved to Reunion last December. “We were living in Green Valley Ranch, but driving three miles over to get groceries,” says Dawn. “The Commerce City King Soopers has a great sushi bar and cheese bar. They even sell jewelry and furniture.” On one of their shopping forays,...

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Meet me at the barn, AKA the amazing Reunion Rec Center
17 Feb 2015

Meet me at the barn, AKA the amazing Reunion Rec Center

Dubbed “Big Red,” Reunion’s rural-themed, award-winning, 21,000-square-foot rec center is more than a $5.28 million investment in the community. It’s an investment in a sense of community. On any given day at the rec center, you’ll see countless children’s sports programs in progress: basketball, soccer, and flag football, just to name a few. “We have a young, dynamic community with lots of kids in the...

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So much to love in February
08 Feb 2015

So much to love in February

There’s a lot more to February than Valentine’s Day. And we’re not just talking about Groundhog Day. Thankfully, we found plenty of delightful diversions to get you through this hunkered-down, not-yet-spring stretch, especially if you live in Reunion. Here are our sweetest suggestions for the month, whether you feel like zipping into downtown or enjoying our community’s own home-grown fun. Danny Elfman’s Music from the...

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The Quintessential Coloradan’s Bucket List
02 Feb 2015

The Quintessential Coloradan’s Bucket List

Our thriving economy is one logical explanation of why people keep moving to Colorado. But really, how many people do we know who came here on vacation… to college… to visit friends and family… and got hopelessly hooked on the state? It’s the natural beauty—and the endlessly fun, associated activities—that just keeps ‘em coming, year after year. So as a welcome to all the newbies...

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Union Station, perfect for a date night
28 Jan 2015

Union Station, perfect for a date night

It’s officially been six months since the grand re-opening of Union Station. Which means that since the hubbub has leveled off, now is a great time to check it out. Especially on a date night. Happily, getting there from Reunion is easy. And then, behold the wonder of this beautifully updated Denver icon. Inside Union Station, the Great Hall greets you with loads of original...

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Make your 2015 resolutions stick
21 Jan 2015

Make your 2015 resolutions stick

We’re here to help you if you’re still seeking to make changes in 2015, and especially if you’ve already fallen off the wagon. It can be easy to burn out after a few days or weeks because change really is hard!   According to Twitter (based on a ranking of English-language tweets), the top resolution is to “work out.” That’s easy to do close to...

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FREE winter activities!
08 Jan 2015

FREE winter activities!

If winter seems to be stretching on a bit too long for your taste, maybe it’s time to shake up your routine. And don’t worry about breaking those “spend less” resolutions just yet, as all of the boredom-busting suggestions below cost absolutely nothing. Free Day at Four Mile Historic Park-Feb. 6, noon-4pm Travel back to 1859 at this Denver landmark, where you’ll pan for gold,...

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Where the Colorado wild things are
01 Jan 2015

Where the Colorado wild things are

The obvious answer is, of course, the Denver Zoo, especially handy for Reunion residents. Even if you consider yourself an ardent animal lover, you may not be aware that Colorado is home to several wildlife sanctuaries. These home-away-from-home facilities do an outstanding job of taking in wildlife in need of care. And good news for humans: visitors are welcome too. The Wild Animal Sanctuary http://www.wildanimalsanctuary.org/...

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