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Summer Semester, Week 11: August 22 (Tomorrow!)

Monday, August 22 @ 10 o’clock: The Frog Pond, along Clear Creek, Wheat Ridge Okay, just kidding! Despite all efforts, there’s STILL a (dog-killing) algae overgrowth at BCLP. We’re meeting along Clear Creek at one of our favorite swimming holes. A swimming hole is available, or kids can tube around the dome, too. On the …

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Summer Semester, Week 10: August 15 + August 17

Monday, August 15 @ 10 o’clock: The Frog Pond, along Clear Creek, Wheat Ridge Due to an algae overgrowth at BCLP, we’re going to meet along Clear Creek at one of our favorite swimming holes. There’s a parking lot off of Kipling and W 43rd Avenue (map link above, actual map below). You will just …

Summer Semester, Week 9: August 8 + August 10

Monday, August 8 @ 10 o’clock: The Frog Pond, along Clear Creek, Wheat Ridge Due to an algae overgrowth at BCLP, we’re going to meet along Clear Creek at one of our favorite swimming holes. There’s a parking lot off of Kipling and W 43rd Avenue (map link above, actual map below). You will just …

Summer Semester, Week 8: August 1 + August 3

Monday, August 1 @ 10 o’clock: Chatfield State Park, Littleton Due to blue-green algae in the swimming lakes, the beach at Bear Creek Lake Park has been temporarily closed. We’re going to mosey on down the highway to the next swim situation… at Chatfield State Park! Let’s find out together if the new beach area …

Summer Semester, Week 7: July 25 + July 27

Monday, July 25 @ 10 o’clock: Bear Creek Lake Park, Lakewood Set up on the left side of the swim beach (facing the water). Please bring all of the sunscreen, food and water, plus something to sit on. We usually have a paddle board + our swim gear on. Looks like it might be cool …

Summer Semester, Week 6: July 18 + July 20

Monday, July 18 @ 10 o’clock: Bear Creek Lake Park, Lakewood Let’s walk over and explore the Nature Center, inside the park, at 10:30am. (It’s supposed to be cooler, if that helps?) We can set out our blankets, and then wander the short, paved trail together and see what they’re keeping inside. Maybe we’ll even …