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Englewood Parks and Rec

Although you hear me yacking about Littleton all the time, Englewood is just a few blocks north of us and has a good deal to offer too. I received their summer activity catalog earlier this year and was so impressed with the classes and sports available for all ages, I did a little research.

I discovered on their website a fun find for families: Tuesday Kids Stage Family Nights. Click on the link to find a listing of all the fun shows for the rest of the month of July. While you are there, check out their children's events calendar and get a taste for what is happening all summer long!

Tomorrow's Kids Stage features Jim Jackson for magic, juggling, and comedy - sounds like fun to me! All Tuesday night events are held at the CityCenter Englewood Amphitheater at 1000 Englewood Parkway and begin at 7pm.

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