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SPICE Supporting Parents in Independent Christian Education
SPICE is a Christian Homeschool support group which was started for the sole purpose of encouraging those involved in home education with a Christ Centered focus. The purpose of SPICE is to be a resource and asset to home schooling families. SPICE is based in Grand Junction, Colorado and serves the area known locally as the Grand Valley.
The Bookies
4315 E Mississippi AveDenver, CO 80246Phone: 303-759-1117The Bookies Bookstore is a community-focused and independently-owned heaven for book lovers of all ages. They're a major supplier of books, classroom sets, educational resources, and professional development materials. They also offer gifts for all ages, games, toys, crafts, and more. 
Public School Access for Homeschoolers in Colorado
Children participating in a non-public, home-based education program are allowed equal access to the public school’s extracurricular and interscholastic activities according to Colorado Revised Statutes § 22-33-104.5(6) and Colorado Revised Statutes § 22-32-116.5.
Ouray County Museum
Explore the history of Ouray County with special and permanent exhibits, including a look at the mining history of the area. The museum is located in Ouray.
Colorado Homeschool Field Trips and General Outings
This is an all inclusive group for homeschoolers of all ages to organize outings. We all homeschool for different reasons. We may be part of other various groups/co-ops. Since we often travel for trips to places like the zoo, and some of us may be from more rural areas, this is a chance to make friends, network, and take advantage of group discounts.
Wilkinson Public Library
Serving the residents of Telluride, Colorado.
SCOHomeschool
Email list for homeschoolers in Southern Colorado to ask and answer homeschooling questions.
The Hermitage Bookshop
290 Fillmore StDenver, CO 80206Phone: 303-388-6853The Hermitage Bookshop is widely recognized for the quality and exceptional condition of its inventory and its expert staff. Offerings include Western Americana, children's, literary first editions, signed editions, military, illustrated, hunting and fishing, travels and voyages, sets and fine bindings.
Eagle Valley Library District
The Eagle Valley Library District provides exceptional opportunities to read, learn, and grow.
Blue Skies: Unschooling in Colorado
Unschooling support group serving the Front Range from Denver to Fort Collins. Offers weekly park days, moms' night out, and other support. The purpose of this group is for parents and children to get together to play and to support unschoolers and people wanting to unschool in Colorado.
Westminster Public Library
Library system serving the citizens of Westminster, Colorado.
Common Ground Homeschoolers
Common Ground Homeschoolers is an inclusive group of families seeking educational alternatives for our children. They follow no specific religious or political agenda, nor do they espouse any particular educational or homeschool philosophy. They welcome all independently learning families, and choose to honor differences while building on combined strengths. They offer park days, field trips, monthly teachers' nights out, co-ops, opportunities for presentations and other activities.
Steelworks Museum and the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company (CF&I) Museum of Industry and Culture
The Steelworks and CF&I Museum of Industry and Culture features exhibits related to all facets of the CF&I, including the history of mining, labor history, history of steel production, railroad history, and history of Pueblo and Colorado and the CF&I's impact on the region.
Estes Park Area Historical Museum
The Estes Park Museum, in Estes Park, Colorado, was founded by volunteers in 1962. As a department of the Town of Estes Park, its purpose is to collect, preserve, interpret and exhibit local history for visitors and residents.
Eagle Valley Home School Network (EVHSN)
The E.V.H.S.N. exists to serve home schooling families by supporting and validating the educational merit of the home school experience. Offers an environment where home schooling families can interact, exchange resources and ideas, make friends, and communicate the benefits of the home schooling option to the public.
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