03 Jan 2019

A Fresh Start to 2019

Most people think of January as a dreary month. Although Colorado  weather tends to be gorgeous most of the time, post holiday blues and the chill in the air can bring even the most optimistic person down.

But maybe it’s time to turn that attitude around and see what’s actually good about the first month of the year. Sure the weather can be cold and cloudy, but that’s what some of us call “cuddle weather!” No major holidays means no major obligations, especially of the financial variety. And if we took a few weeks off from a nightly wine indulgence, we might actually start forming a waistline. See? January ain’t all that bad.

Your friends here at Reunion prefer to see the bright side of things, so we found a few events that will help our community kick off the year in several unique and exciting ways. This is just one of the many benefits of being a Reunion resident!


January 3-4, 1pm-4pm, Rec Center

The Force is strong in this class! Designed for ages 8-12, kids will learn to build complex machines and structures based on the best designs from a galaxy far, far away. Projects include X-Wings, Pod Racers, Star Destroyers, and Cloud Cities. Register today.


January 8-20, Buell Theatre

Bursting with high-energy dance numbers, this hit crowd-pleaser takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s, where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d like to be. This performance is an unforgettable story of loyalty and family. Learn more.


Thursday, January 10, 6:30-7:30pm, Rec Center

Looking to help your family build healthy eating habits, even with a busy schedule? Learn how to combine foods for maximum benefit to your metabolism, plan meals, and enjoy what you’re eating without feeling like you’re dieting. Register here.


January 12-27, National Western Complex

Enjoy a rodeo experience featuring top-notch bull riders, horse shows, livestock competitions, auctions, and Colorado’s largest western trade show! Events include top professional rodeo athletes, Mexican-style rodeo events, dog shows, dancing horses, petting farms, and pony rides. Get tickets.


Friday, January 25, 9am, Eagle Pointe Recreation Center

Have you ever seen wondrous snow sculptures in person? They’re pretty amazing! So bundle up and view these sculptures made from expert teams from around the world. You’ll want to dress warm and wear shoes with good traction. Register now.

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