Links, Information Mentioned On 7NEWS In September, October 2011

Monday, October 31

Sunday, October 30

  • To find state reports on your child's day care click here.
  • For more on the pediatric dentistry at Children's Hospital, visit Click here.
  • For more on the pet featured on 7NEWS This Morning, visit Click here.
  • For the Colorado Child Care Facility Search, Click here.

Saturday, October 29

  • To find a drop off location for you old prescription drugs, visit Click here.
  • For more on the Starz Film Festival , visit Click here.
  • For more on the pet of the day, visit Click here.
  • For more on the DaVinci Showcase, visit Click here.
  • For more on the Denver International Wine Festival , visit Click here.

Friday, October 28:

Thursday, October 27:

  • For more information on the 38th Annual Holiday Festival & Doll Tea November 4-5 at the Colorado Community Church click here.
  • Andy, the dog featured on 7NEWS at 11 a.m., is available at the Dumb Friends League'sBuddy Centerin Castle Rock.

Tuesday, October 25:

  • For tickets to tonight's "Evening With Cokie Roberts" or to learn about the Denver Scholarship foundations, visit www.denverscholarship.org/.
  • A list of the books featured on 7NEWS at 11a.m. can be found at www.tatteredcover.com
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  • Police agencies around the country will be collecting unused and unwanted prescription drugs during a special collection from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, October 29th. To find a drop-off location near you visit the National Take Back Initiative Collection Site Search
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Monday, October 24:

Sunday, October 23:

Saturday, October 22:

  • To learn more about the Chanda Plan Foundation, visit Click here
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  • The pet featured on 7NEWS Saturday morning is available at the Click here
  • For ways to get better organized, visit Container Store
  • For more info on Scoliosis, visit Click here
  • For additional info on Scoliosis, visit Click here

Friday, October 21:

  • To find more family fun events happening this weekend, visit ColoradoParent.com
  • "American Night: the Ballad of Juan José" plays the Ricketson Theatre through November 20. For tickets, visit denvercenter.org
  • To purchase holiday cards designed by patients at the Childrens Colorado Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, visit www.childrenscoloradofoundation.org

Thursday, October 20:

Wednesday, October 19:

  • Police agencies around the country will be collecting unused and unwanted prescription drugs during a special collection from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, October 29th. To find a drop-off location near you visit the National Take Back Initiative Collection Site Search
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  • To register for tomorrow's job fair at the Doubletree Hotel in Denver, visit denver.jobnewsusa.com
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Tuesday, October 18:

  • For information about the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force draft recommendations regarding PSA screening for prostate cancer, click here
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  • A list of the books featured on 7NEWS at 11a.m. can be found at www.tatteredcover.com
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Monday, October 17:

  • For today's advice on planting bulbs for spring, visit www.designscapes.org
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  • For more information on An Evening with the Tuskegee Airmen November 19 at the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, visit www.wingsmuseum.org
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Sunday, October 16

  • To learn more about Life Is Better, visit Click here.
  • For more on the pet of the day, visit Click here.

Saturday, October 15

  • To learn more about winterizing your sprinkler system, visit Click here.
  • To learn more about the pet of the day, visit Click here.
  • To learn more about Cancer Cuisine, visit Click here.
  • To learn more about the Colorado Bridal Show, visit Click here.
  • To learn more about eco-bridal gowns, visit Click here.

Friday, October 14:

Thursday, October 13:

  • Parents with children in Denver public schools can visit results learning or the DPS web site to see if their child qualifies for free tutoring. The deadline to apply is tomorrow (Friday, Oct. 14).
  • The dog featured on 7NEWS at 11 a.m., is available at the Dumb Friends League's Quebec Street shelter.

Wednesday, October 12

Sunday, October 9
  • For more on the Sense Of Security Foundation, visit Click here.
  • For more on 5280's best eats, visit Click here.

Saturday, October 8

Friday, October 7

  • Sense of Security can help provide a sense of security from financial hardship and enhance the quality of life for Colorado breast cancer patients in treatment. For more information about the group of their upcoming Champagne & Diamonds fundraiser, visit SenseOfSecurity.org.

Thursday, October 6

  • For more information about Integrated Listening Systems therapy for autism, ADD and other sensory processing disorders, Click here.

Sunday, October 2

Saturday, October 1

  • For more on the Be Beautiful, Be Yourself Fashion Show, visit Click here.
  • For more on the pet of the day, visit Click here.
  • For more on Mix Martial Arts, visit Click here.
  • For more on fall planting season, visit Click here.

Friday, Sept. 30:

  • Months after Laurie Gorham Sherlock lost her son in a hit and run crash in Stapleton, family has created two foundations in their son's honor. They are theEdison Fund and a blood drive campaign called StopAndGive.org. Read more about Laurie and her recovery here.
  • Transportation Exploration is a chance for little ones to climb on board some of the huge trucks and heavy equipment they may see on the street. The event is from 9 a.m. to noon at DU's parking lot on University and Buchtel. Cost is $5. Learn more at Facebook.com.

Thursday, Sept. 29:

  • Chili Peppa, the Miniature Pinscher featured on 7NEWS at 11 a.m., is available at the Dumb Friends League's Quebec Street shelter. For more information the cat adoption special, visit ddfl.org

Tuesday, Sept. 27:

  • To stay up to date on Lydia Tillman's progress and to contribute to her medical funds go to the Friends of Lydia Facebook page. You can also go to NaturalWineCo.com and look under “news and events” to donate. Lydia worked at Natural Wine before the attack.

Sunday, September 25

Saturday, September 24

Friday, September 23

  • For the family-friendly events featured on 7NEWS at 11 a.m., check out Colorado Parent Magazine's event calendar
  • To buy tickets to Saturday's SeptFest to benefit the Colorado Restaurant Assocation Education Fund, visit septfest2011.eventbrite.com

Thursday, September 22

  • Lola, the dog featured on 7NEWS at 11 a.m., is available at the Dumb Friends League's Quebec Street shelter. For more information on October 4 Blessing of the Aminals, visit ddfl.org or call (303) 751-5772, Ext. 7307.

Tuesday, September 20

Sunday, September 18

  • For more about pre-collegiate and academic outreach programs,visit Click Here
  • To learn more about Life Is Better rescue, visit Click Here

Saturday, September 17

  • For more on the Blue Shoe Run For Prostate Cancer, visit Click Here
  • For more on bulb planting, visit Click Here
  • For more on Oktoberfest, visit Click Here

Friday, September 16

  • For the family-friendly events featured on 7NEWS at 11 a.m., check out Colorado Parent Magazine's event calendar

Thursday, September 15

  • For more information on Love, Sex & The Second City , visit www.denvercenter.org/.
  • To register for the Wag 'n Trail, visit www.ddfl.org. the dog featured on 7NEWS at 11 a.m. is available at the Quebec Street Shelter.

Wednesday, September 14

Monday, September 12

  • To see if you qualify for the depression research study mentioned by Dr. Eugene DuBoff, visit www.radiantresearch.com

Saturday, September 10

  • For more information on the Italiano Festival, visit, Click here.
  • For more information on the Freedom Rally, visit Click Here.
  • For more information on Wag 'N Trail, visit Click here.

Friday, September 9

  • For help with depression or any mental health issue resulting from 9/11, you can call Metro Crisis Services at 888.885.1222. The Mental Health America of Colorado at 720.208.2220. The Professional Psychology Clinic at DU, 303.871.3626 or visit www.myStrength.com.
  • To find out more about the Beatitudes facility for Alzheimer's patients, visit www.beatitudescampus.org
  • The Denver Rescue mission launches it's Harvest Farm Fall Festival this weekend. For more information, visit www.harvestfarmmaze.com

Thursday, September 8

  • Gidget, the cat featured on 7NEWS at 11 a.m., is available at the Dumb Friends League's Quebec Street shelter
  • Bank of America customers can register for the outreach event at the Convention Center online here or by calling toll-free 1-855-201-7426.

Tuesday, September 6

  • To subscribe to a free weekly newsletter from Colorado Parent Magazine, visit www.ColoradoParent.com
  • The Denver Rescue mission launches it's Harvest Farm Fall Festival this weekend. For more information, visit www.harvestfarmmaze.com

Monday, September 5

  • To buy tickets for the 2011 M.O.D.E.L. (Men of Distinction, Excellence and Leadership) Awards on Saturday, September 17 at the Marriott Civic Center Hotel, visit www.epsilonnuomega.com.

Sunday, September 4

  • For tickets and information about the Long's Peak Scottish-Irish Highlands Festival, visit, www.scotfest.com.
  • For more information about the Tour de Fat 2011, visit www.newbelgium.com.

Saturday, September 3

  • Sniagrab, Ski Rex and Powder Daze sales all promise deep discounts on last year's ski equipment. You can click on the following links to learn more about sale events:

    Ski Resorts have announced 4-Pack Pricing, you can find those under Debbie's Deals

  • To get more seasonal landscaping advice, visit www.myswingle.com.
  • Thursday, September 1

    • To join firefighters as they climb the stairs at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Sunday September 11, visit www.911stairclimb.com.
    • For ticket information and show times for Les Misérables at the Buell Theatre, visit denvercenter.org.
    • To register for the Wag 'n Trail, visit www.ddfl.org. Kit Kat, the dog featured on 7NEWS at 11 a.m., is available at the Quebec Street Shelter.

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