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¿Que Pasa?-Week of 10/09/19
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By La Voz Staff

To celebrate the 3rd Annual Breakfast Burrito Day, Santiago’s is throwing back their price for breakfast burritos on Saturday, October 12, to the same $1.25 price as when they first opened their doors in 1991. All 28 locations will serve breakfast burritos ALL-DAY long, so visit a Santiago’s and celebrate Breakfast Burrito Day. Customers are limited to five (5) breakfast burritos per order, per customer, at the throw-back price, and orders will include breakfast burritos with bacon and chile, as well as with or without cheese – but NO substitutions or add-ons will be available at the throw-back price that day. Memorabilia and giveaways will feature reusable Breakfast Burrito Day cups and vintage ringer shirts distributed to customers throughout the day or until supplies last. Closing hours will vary by location. Santiago’s will donate 3 percent of Breakfast Burrito sales to next year’s charity, Precious Child.

For 23 years, the Festival of Scarecrows in Old Towne Arvada has invited the community out on Saturday October, 12 (7307 Grandview Ave.) to see creative scarecrow designs, enjoy fun hayrides, and participate in family friendly activities. Costume parade, pumpkin decorating, corn maze (bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Rising Church Food Bank for free entry), check out the giant pumpkins from the Arvada Gardeners, enjoy delicious fall treats, and be sure to vote for your favorite scarecrow – the winners will receive prizes. New this year is the Great Chili Cook-Off Contest, share samples of your homemade recipe to win prizes. Free family fun event to support community non-profits.

Spooky Season is here so head out with the family to Trunk or Treat at Mile High Flea Market (7007 E. 88th Ave., Henderson) on Saturday, October 12th at 10 a.m. and the Kid’s Costume Contest starts at 11 a.m. Contact us to book your Trunk-or-Treat space (303) 289-4656.

The Third Annual Bromley Farm Festival is upon us. Join them at the Bromley Farm, 1594 E. Bromley Ln., each weekend in October and turn back the clock, unwind, and enjoy classic fall activities on the Farm. With an incredible corn maze, a huge pumpkin patch, Celebrity American Ninja Warriors and Obstacle Courses, local food provided by amazing chefs and tons more “farmily fun.” Located in Brighton, they are just a short 20 minute drive from Downtown Denver, east on I-76. Parking is FREE with the entry on Bromley Lane.

Join the Colorado Model Railroad Museum (680 10th St., Greeley) on Saturday, October, 12th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in decorating crafts and pumpkins, come in costume to receive $1 off regular admission. Receive coupons to the Tigges Farm Pumpkin patch as well as see our miniature version on our layout.

Join the Nature and Wildlife Discover Center as they end their community bike ride series with a final fall colors ride on Wednesday, October 16, at the Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center, 5200 Nature Center Rd., in Pueblo from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Come and explore Pueblo’s unique section of the American Discovery Trail from our River Campus (former Nature Center) to Lake Pueblo. Ranger Dragonfly will lead this leisurely ride while interpreting the local ecosystems, flora and fauna.





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