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Marianne is an exuberant hands-on personality. After graduating from Nursing School in eastern Pennsylvania, Marianne decided she preferred working in an environment that took her places, allowing her involvement with clients’ diverse needs in buying or selling a house. There is no surprise why she specializes in helping people of all ages with every detail involved with finding “just the right place.” Marianne is hands on and rolls up her sleeves to help every client, from scaling down and selling their current home, to helping growing families move into more space to those just starting out in home ownership. Read More About Marianne

The Colorado Culture from Broomfield to Castle Rock includes an array of communities. Marianne and her husband have lived in Aurora for over 30 years near the Cherry Creek Reservoir. We are partial to the neighborhoods of Cherry Creek Racquet Club, Cherry Creek Villages: North, South and On The Lake, Pheasant Run & Pheasant Run South and Pier Point and Pier Point Villages

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Holiday Events to Do While Exploring Aurora, Colorado Real Estate


November 30, 2016

The holidays are a beautiful time of year. Snow fills the yards and trees. Icicles glisten off the roofs of homes and buildings. During a winter move or process of looking for homes for sale in Aurora, it can be easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle. It is best to take care of yourself and spend quality time with friends and family. While you are searching, check out some of these events and activities in Aurora and Denver to have a good time and relax!

Light Displays and Events

Denver is full of all kinds of spectacular light displays over the holidays! With some of the top ones across the country, it will take you to another world and get your mind clear. The Denver city website lists several events in their “Lights Extravaganzas.” To name a few they mention, first take a tour throughout December of all the top local lit landmarks on the Denver Holiday Lights Tour. From Union Station to Civic Center park, you will enjoy a day of sightseeing, even if you are a resident. Also, take a trip to the Denver Botanic Gardens for the Blossoms of Light. Denver’s website explains you will find thousands of colorful holiday lights along the O’Fallon Perennial Walk and Romantic Gardens. You can even enjoy a synchronized light show in the Gardens’ amphitheater.

Shopping

What is more therapeutic than a healthy dose of shopping? Take a trip to the Southlands mall in Aurora. The mall spans four blocks and includes all the stores you need to buy yourself something new, do some holiday shopping, eat dinner, catch a movie and so much more. If you have children, be sure to take a trip to the Santa Photo Experience. You’ll get a picture and your child(ren) will be able to make their Christmas wish to Santa. Also, you can go ice skating at the mall! Visit The Pond at Southlands for a fun activity with friends, family, date or anyone. Admission is $8.50 for those four and up and $3.50 for those three and under. You can rent skates for $2.50. Last, be sure to stop by St. Nick’s Holiday Market for gifts, gourmet foods, desserts and more.

Shows

The theater has so many different shows to catch over the holidays! From “A Christmas Carol” and “The Santaland Diaries” to “Finding Neverland” and the “Nutcracker,” you can watch traditional classics or catch something new. Most shows are available throughout the month of December. So no matter what your schedule, you can find something! Find a full list of shows and locations are under the events section of Denver’s city website.
 
Are you beginning to think about a moving to a new city? Farrell’s Sales is your go-to realtor. Our premier real estate agents will help you sell a home and find the perfect new one for you and your family. Take some time for yourself this holiday season and make sure you reach out to a realtor. To get started on your Aurora, Colorado home search today contact Farrell’s Sales in Denver, CO at (303) 638-6115.
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