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Exercise therapy is emerging as a new and exciting area of treatment for Parkinson’s, not only because it can lead to significant improvements in symptoms, but also because it has minimal side effects and comes with a whole lot of additional health benefits.While it is still early days for research on exercise therapy, says Associate Professor Susan Fox, professor of neurology at the University of Toronto, the evidence is mounting.”People are recognising that it’s good that these patients are moving and exercising,” says Fox. She says evidence suggests exercise can help improve some of the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s such as tremor or rigidity in a similar way to adding in a new drug.”You’re getting equivalent benefit without the side effects, plus all the other added benefits of exercise,” says Fox. “It’s cheap, easy therapy.”The role of dopamineParkinson’s disease currently affects around one in 350 Australians, and 1 per cent of people over the age of 60 will be diagnosed with the disease.It’s a degenerative neurological condition caused by the loss of cells that produce dopamine deep inside the brain. Dopamine is message carrying chemical (or neurotransmitter) that is associated with movement. The loss of these cells, and the resulting depletion of dopamine, leads to a range of motor symptoms, including tremor, rigidity, slowed movement and gait difficulties.In addition, people with Parkinson’s experience other symptoms, such as depression, sleep problems, lethargy and sometimes dementia, not all of these symptoms seem to be related to dopamine depletion.There is no cure for Parkinson’s, but treatments can reduce the severity of symptoms. Most Parkinson’s treatments have focused on trying to boost dopamine levels in the brain using medications. While these have been very effective in managing motor symptoms of the disease, they have significant side effects and their effectiveness reduces over time.”[But] there’s now some preclinical evidence that when patients move and exercise that it releases dopamine within the brain, so there’s some biological evidence that it may actually have a positive symptomatic effect,” Fox says.What types of exerciseThe big question is what kind of exercise is best.At a recent Parkinson’s disease conference in Sydney, researchers presented data on everything from tango to tai chi, and how these many and varied forms of exercise therapy can reduce symptoms of the disease.Associate Professor Colleen Canning and colleagues recently presented at the conference on findings from a study that used exercise therapy to reduce the risk of falls in people with Parkinson’s disease. Falls are a particular problem in Parkinson’s disease, resulting from poor balance and symptoms such as ‘freezing’ a sudden, temporary inability to move.”The approach we took was to target three risk factors that exercise could potentially improve, that is, loss of muscle strength, poor balance and freezing of gait,” says Canning, team leader for Parkinson’s disease research in the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.The largely home based exercise program consisted of just 40 to 60 minutes of exercises, including balance, stepping and strengthening exercises, three times a week for six months.The program was particularly effective among people with less severe disease, leading to a 69 per cent reduction in the risk of falls.”Our results suggest that this particular program has the potential to be quite an effective method of reducing falls in people with lower disease severity,” says Canning. “This is an important finding because that’s the group that often doesn’t get offered exercise, because they don’t have major motor difficulties early on.”Dance therapyDance is one form of exercise attracting interest. A 2009 review concluded that dance appeared to meet many, if not all, of the recommended components for exercise programs specifically designed for people with Parkinson’s disease. “Most studies of dance for PD have included primarily individuals with mild to moderate PD [and] while benefits can be obtained with a short, intensive dance intervention, longer interventions may prove to be more effective.”For example, Argentinian researchers found that a ‘Dance Therapy Program’ involving Argentine Tango did lead to improvements in some Parkinson’s symptoms. Equally importantly, the discovery that their bodies were still able to tango gave many people with Parkinson’s a valuable psychological boost, so the program had a high compliance rate.Another approach combines exercise with music to help people with Parkinson’s overcome issues such as freezing and shuffling.The AmbuloSono system, developed by researchers from the University of Calgary, uses music as an incentive to encourage people with Parkinson’s disease to not only take longer steps but to walk faster and further.The system uses iPod motion sensors to measure stride length and distance walked, and ties to a music program that only switches on above a certain stride length. The device is housed in a pouch strapped above the knee and connected wirelessly to headphones.”It uses music as a reward, so you have to walk larger steps in order to trigger the music to play and when your step size becomes smaller, the music stops,” says AmbuloSono inventor Professor Bin Hu from the Hotchkiss Brain Institute, University of Calgary.The results from a pilot study of 42 participants are promising. Researchers found that over nearly a year, participants stride length increased 10 to 30 per cent and their walking speed increased 10 to 20 per cent over long distances. Furthermore, participants of the study improved in other areas, showing a reduction in fear and anxiety associated with tasks such as using an escalator, and were less likely to avoid physical activity during periods of depression or apathy.
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Believe it or not, exercise is not meant to be work. It’s meant to be fun.

Area fitness experts suggest those who need to get moving for the sake of their health, do so with a bit of enthusiasm and find something they enjoy doing.

“The easiest way to do exercise is to do something you enjoy. Whether it’s swimming, basketball, biking, make sure you enjoy it. Try different things,” he said. “When I started working out, for example, I didn’t like it. But for some reason, I found I enjoyed weight lifting, and that is what I do. At the Y, we have so many different things you can try.”

David Wassmer, MS, ACSM CFS with Susquehanna UPMC agreed that the best way to incorporate exercise is to keep it entertaining.

“Is the activity fun and interesting? If it’s not, it will be harder for you to stick with and chances are you won’t continue to do it,” he said. “There are plenty of ways to get the workout you want.”

No pressure to push it

Peltz said gradual increases in exercise are necessary for your first time off the couch.

“If you’re currently doing nothing, five minutes of activity at first is better than what you have been doing. Thirty minutes might be a lot of activity for you,” Peltz said.

Wassmer advised that you know your current fitness level before you begin.

“Doing something that’s too hard also has a high burnout rate,” he said. “Understand your limits and work toward larger goals with smaller, attainable goals.”

This includes those 65 and older who feel worn out at the concept of exercise at this point in their lives.

Ryan McNally, wellness educator with Evangelical Community Health and Wellness said seniors need to pay attention to rest between exercise routines. This may include 48 72 hours before the next exercise section for some older individuals, he said.

“Be conscientious of what the body tells you. Make sure you are in your range of motion and that it is pain free,” McNally said.

Talk to your doctor to see if you have any limitations and what he or she suggests in regards to moderation, Wassmer said.

“Speak with a professional to help design a routine that will work best for you. Consider factors such as proper lifting techniques, using a spotter and being alert to your body’s feedback.”

Be motivated as you move

Reminding yourself that the exercise is improving your overall health is also important.

“The top three causes of death in our country are heart disease, cancer and stroke,” Wassmer said, ” These are chronic diseases often contributed to many factors, one being unhealthy lifestyle. Heart disease and stroke often can be prevented by living a healthy lifestyle which includes consuming a nutritious diet and incorporating physical activity into your daily routine.”

As you age, lack of activity can lead to bone density and muscle density decreasing, McNally said. These densities can become normal again with exercise. Otherwise, injuries are more likely if an older individual has a fall. Without exercise older individuals are at high risk for osteoporosis (loss of bone density) and sarcopenia (loss of muscle density).

“It’s important for people to realize mass and bone density peek at age 30. It’s downhill from there. It is a lifelong effort to maintain the function,” McNally said. “You can get it back by following an appropriate exercise program. What it comes down to is as you get older things get harder to maintain. You want to be able to do things as long as you can.”

Exercise is also beneficial for the mind, Peltz said.

“Exercise is not just about the body. It helps the brain, too,” Peltz said. He noted there are exercise classes at the Y for Parkinson’s patients that helps them with brain development. “(Exercise) connects the synapses. If you don’t use it, you lose it. The more you move, the better.”If a gym or community center exercise program is not in your budget, there are ways to get exercise in your own environment. You are free to make a routine no matter how busy life may be.

Wassmer said recommended exercise for adults aged 18 64 is at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week. Another option is 75 minutes of “vigorous intensity” aerobic physical activity throughout the week.

McNally said making it a priority to walk further and longer when you’re out an about is part of this process.

“When you are at the grocery store, for example, instead of choosing that first parking spot, park further away. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. You do not have to buy exercise equipment to get enough exercise,” McNally said.

Make sure you are walking at faster pace, he said. “I suggest doing the ‘talk test.’ If you can have a conversation while walking but are not able to break into song, then you are walking at the proper moderate intensity.”
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Where: Between Canyon Boulevard and Arapahoe Avenue on the Boulder Public Library lawnActing as the unofficial end to Boulder’s summer for the 12th year, the Boulder Creek Hometown Fair is slated for Labor Day weekend. The fair, held on the Boulder Public Library lawn, features family friendly fun like the “Great Zucchini Race” and a classic car show. to close all three days. A full list of performances and special events is available on the Boulder Creek Events Web site.

Chris Dailey has been Boulder Creek Events executive director for the entire 14 year history of the company. The former carpenter took over the Boulder Creek Festival in the late ’90s and has been adding events to his company’s calendar ever since, including the Boulder Creek Hometown Fair.

Dailey recently talked to the Camera about keeping the Hometown Fair fresh and preparing a zucchini for racing.1. What makes the Hometown Fair a good choice for families on an event filled Labor Day weekend?

The event is focused on family fun in the Boulder community. We have something for everyone. For adults, we have a phenomenal musical lineup, food and beverages, 100 arts and crafts exhibitors, the Chili Inferno Cook Off, a classic car show and a sports expo. For kids, we have the Great Zucchini Race, the Big Wheel 300, a kids and dance stage, a climbing wall, bungee trampoline, mechanical bull, obstacle course, mountain bike course and many kid specific vendors offering interactive activities.

2. What’s your favorite thing to see at a Hometown Fair?

The coolest thing I see at the Hometown Fair is kids working together with their parents and using their hands to build their zucchinis, then standing at the end of the ramp watching them fly down the track. I also enjoy the pie eating contest and the Big Wheel 300. It is always fun to see families out and about having fun together.

3. In your experience, what makes for the best race ready zucchini?

I believe that creativity makes for the best race ready zucchini. I like it when the kids get really into the decorations which include pipe cleaners, feathers, paint, googly eyes, stickers, etc. Just how the wooden axles are fitted helps too.

4. What’s something new fair goers can expect from this year’s event?

This year, on the Municipal Building lawn, the Hometown Fair is featuring a sports and kids’ expo consisting of various organizations, services and equipment geared toward Boulder’s active, fitness oriented community. This area will also include several top athletic gear and apparel companies on hand to offer their items at discount and close out prices.

This will also be the first year for the Family, Fun and Fitness 5K Walk. The 5K walk will target families and individuals who are inspired to be physically active while enjoying time together in beautiful downtown Boulder. on Monday at the sports and kids’ expo.

5. What’s the key to making a Hometown Fair successful and fun?

We have everything in place for another fun and successful event. Now, we just need good festival weather.

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Echo Bay native Antero Tarvudd is the top local qualifier to compete in Saturday’s 50th annual, International 500 Snowmobile Race in the Michigan Sault.

The 41 year old Tarvudd, who now resides in Petoskey, Mich., completed the three day qualifying in 26th place on Thursday as lead driver for Team Applebees.

Riding a Polaris, Ryan Faust of Bunke Racing was second among qualifiers (39.621 seconds), while Gabe Bunke, also of Bunke Racing, qualified third (40.133 seconds) on a Polaris.

Meantime, Tarvudd spoke of how he and his teammates qualify as high as we’d like to, but we’re confident about Saturday.

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qualified 31st in a time of 42.939 seconds.

Joseph, 32, is riding a Polaris IQR.

Following Thursday’s final qualifying session, Joseph spoke of how he a lot of changes at the beginning of the week. We tried a lot of set ups to get faster and I think those changes helped us today.

He also spoke of possibly adding Terry Wright, a veteran driver from the Canadian Sault, to the team before Saturday’s action begins.

Ted Ritchie of Team Rivercity Motorsports wound up qualifying 36th with a top time of 44.361 seconds.

The 48 year old, about to run his 29th I 500, said he was with qualifying 36th.

“Once they drop the green flag, it’ll be okay, added Ritchie, who’s aboard a Polaris IQR. were making adjustments all of this week.

“Everyone else ran with a qualifying set up, the lead driver added. we ran consistent speeds all week and we were faster today (Thursday) that Tuesday,
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The Old Testament Studies and Biblical Archaeology division of the Faculty of Protestant Theology at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) and the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) this year again conducted excavations on the ancient hill of Jaffa in Israel. The recent excavations have not only shed new light on the destruction of elements of the fortification, but also unearthed evidence pointing towards the presence of an Egyptian population on the site. Historically, Jaffa, now part of the city of Tel Aviv, is the oldest port documented in world history. Kaplan in the 1950s. However, the findings from Kaplan’s digs have never been extensively published. by investigating the phases of the fort’s destruction and the nature of the Egyptian presence. The German site director Dr. Martin Peilst of JGU explains that it has now become clear that the gate itself was destroyed and rebuilt at least four times. Moreover, it also appears that there is more than just the mud brick architecture and household pottery that reflect Egyptian tradition. Some of the discoveries made during the excavations are to be put on display in a special exhibition at the Bible Experience Museum Frankfurt in 2013.
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Your gallbladder is like a little storage sac: It sits under your liver, collecting bile until the liquid is needed to help break down fats. After you eat fatty foods, your gallbladder contracts to pump bile into your small intestine for digestion. William Silverman, MD, a professor of medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and the Iowa governor of the American College of Gastroenterology, says that when people develop a problem in this pear shaped organ, it’s typically one of two things: “Gallstones, which are incredibly common, or gallbladder cancer, which is exceedingly rare.” Read on to learn more about both.

Women are more likely to get gallstones

This is especially true as we age. (Gallstones occur in almost a quarter of women by age 60.) It’s thought that the female hormone estrogen stimulates the liver to divert cholesterol into bile.

Pregnancy ups your risk. “During pregnancy you secrete the hormone progesterone in an increased amount and that decreases the gallbladder contraction,” explains Dr. Silverman. Bile lingering in the organ may become stagnant and stones may precipitate out.

RELATED: What Pregnancy Does to Your Health

Certain populations are predisposed to gallstones, says Dr. Silverman, including the Pima Indians in Arizona. But most cases aren’t related to genetics, he says.

Waist size, however, does play a role: A large 2013 study published in Hepatology found that the higher a woman’s BMI, the more likely she was to develop gallstones.

Diabetes also raises a person’s risk, as well as bariatric surgery and extreme weight loss. (Gallstones are one of the reasons you should seek medical supervision when you hope to lose a large amount of weight.)

But the truth is, the majority of people who get gallstones don’t have any of the major known risk factors, says Dr. Silverman. “That would suggest that there are many things that we still really don’t understand.”

Are there non surgical options?

Oral medications are sometimes prescribed to patients who can’t undergo surgery, although it may take months or years for them to work, if they work at all.

In the 1980s, doctors began experimenting with a procedure called extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy, which successfully pulverized gallstones using sound waves. But the treatment has since fallen out of use. “The stones would simply recur for whatever reasons caused them in the first place,
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In the slides ahead you’ll find the most common signs of a gallbladder problem.

Symptom: Pain in the upper right abdomen

This is where your gallbladder is located, just beneath your liver. Sudden, extreme pain could mean that stones are causing a blockage: Your gallbladder may be contracting but unable to drain, “so pressure builds up and it hurts,” explains Dr. Silverman. But there are many other reasons you might experience pain in this area, he stresses, including muscle spasms. Call your doctor for emergency advice.

Sudden, intensifying pain in your intestines in the center of your abdomen also be a sign of gallstones.

RELATED: 18 Reasons Why Your Stomach Hurts

Symptoms: Fever and chills with abdominal pain

A blockage by gallstones can cause a buildup of bile in the gallbladder, which may lead to an infection called cholecystitis. Pain, chills, and a fever of 100.4 degrees or higher are classic symptoms, and may come on after a big meal. There are a variety of ways to detect the problem, including blood tests and a scan that tracks the flow of bile. If you’re diagnosed, your MD will likely want to check you into the hospital. The treatment might involve fasting, antibiotics, and pain meds until the inflammation subsides.

A sign you may need your gallbladder removed

Gallbladder polyps are growths on the inside of the gallbladder wall show up on ultrasounds, often when doctors are investigating unrelated problems. Most of the time, they’re nothing to worry about. But people with big polyps have a higher risk of developing gallbladder cancer, Dr. Silverman says: “I would emphasize that these are very large polyps, not tiny ones.” As a preventative measure, your doctor may recommend gallbladder removal.

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SNAKES SHARE THE same distinguishing characteristics of other reptiles. They have scales covering their body, which are comprised of keratin the same material your fingernails are made of, giving them a dry, smooth feel.

Snakes are ectothermic (cold blooded) and rely on the external environment to regulate their body temperature this is why snakes and other reptiles bask in the sun. And although most species lay eggs, some snakes such as the red bellied black snake give birth to live young.

Relying on sight, smell, and vibrations, smell is their strongest sense. Flicking out their tongue, they are able to taste particles in the air; these chemicals are then processed by the Jacobson’s organ and allow the snakes to visualise their surroundings. Some snakes, such as pythons also have heat sensing pits above their lips which allow them to see warm blooded creatures the same as an infrared camera would be able to.

Snakes through history

Snakes have evoked love and hatred among humans for thousands of years.

Representing sin in Christianity, other cultures and religions view snakes more highly. In ancient Egypt the Egyptian Cobra adorned the crown of the Pharaoh. In ancient Greece they could be found in many medical symbols, such as the Rod of Asclepius, which is still used today. Further east in India, Hindus celebrates Nag Panchami, a day when snakes are venerated for their power over the rains. In China, the snake holds a place on the Zodiac calendar. And in non Eurasian cultures, snakes were welcomed in Peru and Mexico, where they were revered as mortal forms of the gods.

Eve Tempted By The Serpent, painting by William Blake. Snakes have held strong symbolism throughout history and are referenced throughout the Christian bible. In fact, one of the oldest snake fossils in existence, dating back 120 million years, Tetrapodophis amplectus (literally meaning, four legged snake) shows a snake with distinct limbs.

While snakes today do not appear to have any limbs, some species still have remnants of their legged past. Pythons and boas,
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for example, still have tiny hind leg bones buried in muscles toward their tail ends. While they obviously offer no benefit to the snakes today, they serve as an evolutionary puzzle piece to their past.

In July 2015, scientists described the first known fossil of an approximately 120 million year old four legged snake.

Despite Australia harbouring many of the world’s most dangerous snake species, snakebite deaths are rare and only account for about two deaths a year. Statistically, you are more likely to be killed by a dog or a cow than a snake.

“Ninety per cent of snakebites in Australia are from people mucking around with them, trying to kill them or impress a girlfriend,” says Billy Collett, head of reptiles of the Australian Reptile Park, and one of the few people who makes a living milking snakes for the production of antivenom.

If immediate proper medical care is sought, bites are rarely fatal.

The eastern brown snake (Pseudonaja textilis) and its western counterpart (P. nuchalis) are responsible for most fatalities. Combined, they inhabit nearly every corner of the country.

Although they have small fangs, they can deliver large quantities of venom. Evolved to disable and digest prey, venom is modified saliva. It contains powerful enzymes that begin liquefying prey from the inside out. Nearly all Australian snakes have a neurotoxic type of venom; this type of venom causes the brain to lose its ability to communicate with other bodily organs. In addition, the venom contains potent toxins that interfere with blood clotting.

The eastern brown snake is Australia’s most deadly. (Image: Peter Woodward).

“Back away slowly”

It is recommended that if you see a snake, back away slowly. Most snakes are skittish and will do their best to avoid conflict if given the opportunity to escape. Avoid walking in the bush with open toed shoes and wear pants. It is also advisable to carry a pressure bandage with you if going on a hike. Spring is usually the most active month for snakes, when males are actively seeking females to mate.

If you are bitten it is important to stay calm, don’t try and capture the snake, as doing so will likely result in repeated bites. Anti venom is available for all venomous snake species in Australia.

“Doctors have become good at diagnosing by symptoms, and they can do a test from the bite site or the blood to determine the type of anti venom you require,” says Collett.

Cancer (various types): A protein called eristostatin, taken from the venom of the Asian sand viper, could be helpful in the fight against melanoma and other cancers. In the USA, an enzyme from copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) venom is under development to treat breast cancer.
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What To WatchWalker watch: A lot can probably be learned about where Megan Walker is in her progression. She’s coming off three strong performances, was named the AAC’s freshman of the week, has seemingly locked down the seventh spot in the rotation and earned the right to play an important role down the stretch. Still, UConn’s most recent games have been against Temple, Memphis and Tulane and playing South Carolina on the road is a totally different situation, more daunting and probably a closer game with few minutes for Geno Auriemma to waste. Walker did not enter UConn’s game at Texas Jan. 15, but she has earned trust since then. If she checks in and plays well, UConn has grown as a team.

Stevens in the mix: Azura Stevens sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules and, therefore, was in street clothes as UConn defeated South Carolina at Gampel Pavilion for its 100th consecutive victory. On Thursday, her 22nd birthday, she adds a new dimension to this rivalry. She has been particularly efficient on offense, and this would be a good game for her to have a defensive breakthrough by helping UConn on the glass and altering shots attempted by players such as Wilson.

Handling Wilson: Expected to be the No. 1 selection in the upcoming WNBA draft, Wilson is a force inside with an ability to score from the perimeter as well. Gabby Williams and Napheesa Collier handled the bulk of the defensive load last year against Wilson, and handled it well. UConn might play it similarly this time, with Stevens probably matching up with Wilson, too.

Inside/outside approach: South Carolina does not have strong percentages from the perimeter, but Auriemma warned that the Gamecocks are a better shooting team than one might realize. Many opponents allow South Carolina more room on the perimeter in order to focus on Wilson and Jennings inside.

Soreness, minutes: Many Huskies were given a close look and a breather during practice leading up to this game. On Tuesday, Katie Lou Samuelson made it through the team’s workout but left the Werth Champions Center immediately afterward because she felt ill. Gabby Williams (hip) and Crystal Dangerfield (shin splints) continue to be limited in practice and less than 100 percent. Both missed part of practice Tuesday. Kia Nurse hit the sideline for a little while, too, with hamstring soreness. The Huskies are preparing as usual, and Geno Auriemma doesn’t seem overly concerned, saying that these situations simply need to be monitored.

Atmosphere: Colonial Life Arena is considered one of the loudest and most intimidating places to play. UConn earned a 66 54 victory in its most recent trip there, before a sellout of 18,000 on Feb. 8, 2016. The Huskies can’t allow the crowd to affect them, and recent experience in a victory at Texas should help. Most UConn players are used to the big stage, of course. “Nothing new,” Williams said.
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A collaboration like this is a first for the popular restaurant, famous for its pizza, cilantro fries and fantastic craft beers.

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Through November you can try more than 10 different dinners, cocktails and desserts. For breakfast there’s a chorizo omelette with kimchi and cheese served with a side of kimchi fried rice. For lunch or dinner there’s flatbread with kimchi sauted in butter, sweet and spicy wings and absolutely gorgeous tacos with a colorful chorus of toppings across expansive white plates. There is even a spicy kimchi bloody Mary. Expect to learn and taste Gochujang,
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COLORADO SPRINGS Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are some options:

Skate in the Park

It is the final weekend for Skate in the Park at Acacia in downtown Colorado Springs. Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. To get in, it costs $10 per person which includes skates, and children under the age of 4 get in free with a paying adult. Anyone who presents a valid military ID can get $1 off.

Painting With a Twist

Saturday evening, downtown in the Springs, Painting With a Twist is hosting a Military Appreciation Paint Sip night. Everyone who attends will receive free drinks and a gift at the end of the class. To reserve a seat and for more information see their

The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

Also on Saturday, The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is offering free museum admission. But don worry if you can make it this Saturday as free admission is offered the second Saturday and third Friday of each month. In addition the Fine Arts Center is hosting A Benefit Concert with funds raised earmarked for the Youth Repertory Program along with other Theatre School classes at the Fine Arts Center. For more information about the Fine Arts Center and their activities go to their

Buckley Homestead Supply

If you want to learn how to make your own lotions, body scrubs,
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If you need a little country in your life, a big event happening in Denver is the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo.

From this weekend through January 21, head up to Denver for National Western Stock Show and Rodeo. Activities this weekend include a Wild West show preview, Pedal Tractor Races, Horse Shows, Livestock shows, and the Pro Rodeo. Tickets are on sale now. Check out the
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