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So Much To Do, So Little Time (to write about it)

I've been taking a lot of time to do take advantage of summertime here in Colorado.... the last three weeks have been an awesome mix of over-night adventures and local kid activities. This week, I'll be highlighting a few of the things we've been doing, but for now...

Here's a quick rundown of all the free activities to take advantage of in Littleton:

Tuesdays at 2pm in June: Bemis Public Library has programs just for kids each week

Wednesdays from 10am - 3pm: Farmer's Market at Aspen Grove  (bring some money to buy local or just enjoy the sights and sounds!)

Wednesdays at 7pm: Concerts at the Littleton Historical Museum on the lawn through the end of July

Wednesday evenings: Aspen Grove Family Movie Nights through the end of July ( BYO blanket & plan for a movie under the stars - better for families with older children)

Saturday June 25 is Great American Backyard Campout night! - Get the neighbors together for a fun night right on your block!

Southglenn Library and other in the Arapahoe Library District have other great summer reading programs much like Bemis - click the link to take you right to the listings.

Not quite Littleton & not quite free... Regal Riverpoint movie theater has $1 movies every Tuesday and Wednesday at 10am through early August. A great way to beat the heat - click HERE to search for the theater nearest you!

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