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Image Credit: Day is right around the corner and it's certainly an occasion for celebration. On April 22nd the 44th Annual Earth Day celebration will happen throughout the city of Denver. This will be the date for the Earth Day Fair and many other events will happen, as well. Here's what you can enjoy on Earth Day this year.

Earth Day Fair 2014

From 10am to 2pm on Tuesday, April 22nd, the City & County of Denver will hold the annual Earth Day Fair. This year it will be held at the Wellington Webb Municipal Building found at 201 West Colfax Avenue. Plenty of exhibitors will be on hand providing residents with ways to reduce waste, recycle and tackle important environmental issues.

This is a free event for all to attend. Residents, students and teachers

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City Park is not only a historic neighborhood, but also one full of things to do. Residents of this area of Denver enjoy easy access to some of the top attractions, while other Denver residents often come to this neighborhood for fun. Here are a few of the most popular things to do in City Park.

City Park Golf Course

This 18-hole golf course provides plenty of wonderful views of the Denver skyline and so much more. It's open to the public and a very popular option for golfers in the area.

Denver Zoo

City Park is home of the Denver Zoo, which covers more than 80 acres of space. Over 3,500 different types of animals are found here and the zoo has been in Denver since 1896. The entire family will enjoy spending time exploring the many areas of

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Image Credit: 110-acre recreational area found in Golden, Colorado, Lookout Mountain provides a great day trip for those living in Denver. It's found about 20 minutes to the west of the city and admission is free. This specific park is maintained by the Jefferson County Open Space and provides plenty of room for hiking, rock climbing and biking.

Bikers will love the paved road, which provides elevation gains. This road can be used to navigate the area and mountain bikers can also enjoy the Chimney Gulch/Lookout Mountain Trail. This trail starts on Highway 6 and heads all the way to the top of the mountain.

Rock climbers will enjoy the ability to climb bolted routes rated from 5.7 to 5.10c. You will need to bring your own ropes, harnesses and other gear for the

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Walking with DogThe winter wasn't nice to us this year, but the spring is here and it's time to get back outside and enjoy the area. If you own a dog, there are plenty of great places to take your dog near Denver. Here are some of the top choices for a doggy day trip.

Mount Princeton Hot Springs - 15870 County Road 162, Nathrop

You may think you have to leave your dog at home when you head to the hot springs. This isn't true; you can take your dog with you. Mount Princeton has plenty of places for dogs to enjoy. Of course, you will have to enjoy the hot springs without your pup, but there are plenty of trails for hiking and you can even take your pup to the pool.

Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater - 18300 West Alameda Parkway, Morrison

Red Rocks may be the best

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Arapahoe Park Racetrack - Image Credit: is full of things to do and places to see. Arapahoe Park Racetrack is a very popular spot for horse racing fans. The track hosts may events throughout the summer including Quarter Horses, Arabians, Thoroughbreds, Pain and Appaloosa racing. The season runs from May to August and provides plenty of entertainment.

Arapahoe Park Racetrack is located in Aurora, Colorado. They stress a casual dress code, but welcome cowboy boots and hats. You cannot bring outside food or alcohol, but you will find both for purchase at the track. They serve hamburgers, hot dogs, bratwursts, beer and mixed drinks daily.

The racetrack features grandstands perfect for any summer day. Not only are the enclosed, but they also provide air-conditioning for better comforts.

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154 Fairfax St, DenverHilltop is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Denver and has been for many years. Ever since the 1930s, the area has been on the cutting-edge of architecture. Today, the homes are still mainly designed with 1930s and 1960s architecture, which can be very desirable for the buyer looking for a home with character.

Most of the homes in the Hilltop area are ranch-style and two stories. Many feature remodeling and some new homes have been built as "in-fills". Even the new homes fit with the overall appeal of this neighborhood. However, the newer homes come with a higher cost and typically sell for $1 million or more.

The influx of "in-fills" has given the Hilltop area a variety of home options. From older homes with a lower price tag and smaller

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BouquetMother's Day is right around the corner and we all need a reminder to get that flower order in for mom early. Denver provides plenty of great florists for Mother's Day and other occasions. No matter your reason for needing flowers, you can trust any of the following florists with your order.

The Perfect Pedal - 3600 West 32nd Avenue, Denver

This garden-inspired shop provides all types of top designs in the Denver area. It's found in the Highlands neighborhood. The Perfect Pedal will take care of all your flower needs from Mother's Day to a wedding and much more.

The Ruffly Rose - 1611 South Pearl Street, Denver

Voted as the best flower shop in the city for 2013, The Ruffly Rose provides all types of custom bouquets for any occasion. They

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April is usually a very busy month in Denver for events. The spring weather starts to make its way in and many indoor and outdoor events end up on the calendar. Here are some of the top choices coming up in April.

Free Days at Museums

Some of the area museums will provide free admission on specific days in April including:

  • Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield - Tuesday, April 1st from 9am to 5pm
  • Children's Museum of Denver - Tuesday, April 1st from 4pm to 8pm
  • Four Mile Historic Park - Friday, April 4th from Noon to 4pm
  • Denver Art Museum - Saturday, April 5th from 10am to 5pm
  • Denver Museum of Nature & Science - Sunday, April 13th from 9am to 5pm and Saturday, April 26th from 9am to 5pm
  • Denver Botanic Gardens - Tuesday, April 22nd
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Image Credit: you ever had a waffle sandwich? It's something a bit out of the ordinary, but the popularity is quickly taking off. These sandwiches are found at a new fast-casual restaurant in the Denver area called Bruxie. It's located at 100 South Colorado Boulevard.

The restaurant was originally started in Orange County, California and has finally expanded to Colorado. Their menu centers around the waffle and they use all types of different flavors, along with other items, such as fried chicken, cole slaw and ore. They offer breakfast, salads, waffle bowls, calorie-counter options and so much more.

The waffle sandwich itself, comes in a variety of flavors. You can try something for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert. Options include:

  • Buttermilk
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Tamayo Denver - Image Credit: you just want a brunch with unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys or some other type of booze. It just goes with a good Saturday or Sunday brunch. Here are a few of the top choices serving boozy brunches in Denver.

Table 6 - 609 Corona Street, Denver

As one of the most acclaimed brunch menus in the entire city, Table 6 is the best spot on Sundays for brunch. Not only can you enjoy the number of flavor-packed dining options, but they also provide live music from DG Ginger Perry and a large beverage menu. This is a party for brunch and a very popular one.

Coral Room Highlands - 3489 West 32nd Avenue, Denver

A delicious dish made with local ingredients is what you'll find at the Coral Room for brunch. They serve a number of great choices and

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