Get Groovy with Denver CONTEST!

On August 16th, 2011, Denver & The Mile High Orchestra will release their debut childrens’ project, GROOVY. To celebrate the release of the record, we’re giving away 10 copies of the album, as well as a special Skype chat with Denver to one lucky winner!

HOW TO ENTER:
1. Comment on this page and tell us: What is the “grooviest” thing you do as a family?
2. Email us a copy of that “grooviest” thing with your NAME and HOME MAILING ADDRESS so we can contact you if you win!

That’s it! So get started on telling us how groovy YOUR family is!

PRIZES:
1 lucky winner will get a special online Skype chat with Denver of Denver & the Mile High Orchestra, as well as a copy of their new kids project, Groovy!

10 runner-ups will receive a copy Denver & the Mile High Orchestra‘s new kids project, Groovy!

 

**Contest ends Friday, September 2nd, 2011

27 thoughts on “Get Groovy with Denver CONTEST!

  1. My dynamic family gets groovy on the PC! (Groovy is an object-oriented programming language for the Java platform. It is a dynamic language that can be used as a scripting language for the Java Platform.)

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  2. We like to go out and experience things together about Gods World! Going camping & hiking, going to zoos & aquariums, and go out to family concerts in the park. We also are part of the Praise & Worship Team at our Church. Pretty Groovy Stuff!!

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  3. My family gets Groovy together by geocaching. Geocaching is a GPS/location based game/activity where people “hide” a container of varying sizes with a logbook and potentially some other goodies inside it, while noting and posting the GPS coordinates on a listing site like http://www.geocaching.com or opencaching.com. Geocaches can be extremely easy to find all the way up to requiring team mates and special equipment to reach and retrieve the cache. My 8 year old (JDToolman) and 6 year old (AGToolGirl) have both fallen in love with geocaching as it affords us time to be together, to talk, to experience sites and things we would otherwise miss and to have the thrill of finding a hidden “treasure”. Thus, the Tool Team Get’s Groovy by Geocaching.

    David J Tooley
    AVToolman

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  4. The “grooviest” thing we do as a family (on a regular basis) is have Friday Movie night. We pop popcorn and get either a new release or an old favorite and watch a movie together. The most “groovy” part of our evening is the laughs and times we share watching a good show. πŸ™‚

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  5. Our little girl makes up plays and Daddy and little brother act them out complete with costumes from her dress up trunk. Her dolls and I get to be the audience and she is the lead actress and director.

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  6. Our family ‘gets groovy’ every other Saturday morning at the Lowe’s Build and Grow program. It’s great fun to see dad teaching our girls how to hammer and assemble fun wood projects.

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  7. We watch the New Zoo Revue (is there anything for small children that fits the term “groovy” more than that show?) while playing on our indoor playground and ball pit in our basement.

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  8. We have a family night every Friday…sometimes we bowl or golf on the wii, sometimes we swim or go to the drive-in BUT we always have pizza and the kids get soda pop as a treat!

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  9. my fam goes driving around on new roads and exploring. we love it whe we get lost! we also have chips and chocolate in the car. now i think thats pretty groooooovy!

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  10. Something groovy our family does, is we drive for a while until we get to lots of woods. Then we unload our 4-wheelers and go about 8 miles way up in the mountains. We camp around moose and grizzly bears for a few days while we hunt for caribou. Alaska is such a beautiful part of God’s creation – everyone should do this with us! Last time we went it rained for 4 days – which wasn’t very groovy!

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  11. My family grooves many times in the evening. I’ll put on some “fast music,” as my 5 year-old daughter requests, and we’ll dance until we collapse in a heap. Great times!

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  12. We like to record the kids dancing to music on our digital camera and then put the memory card into our Wii and play it backwards. Hilarious!

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  13. My family gets groovy by going to Creation northeast, uprise festival, ignite festive, and kingdom bound (and other concerts and Cristian events) to jam out with our favorite artists and bands. we also kayak, boat, bike, camp, have movie nights in our own back yard and watch online concerts in the back yard too. My family never sits still! That’s how my my family gets groovy.

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  14. When my dad goes on business trips he always trys to take my mom and us kids with him so that we can take a mini vacation when the meetings are done. My family always loves to spend time together rather then splitting up and doing our own things. We’re really close.

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  15. My 15-month old son jams out on his drumset while I accompany him on the bass…it’s a rhythm section only the hearing impaired could love! πŸ˜‰

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  16. The “grooviest” thing we do together as a family…set-up and do church together on Sunday Morning. My husband and I work opposite shifts to keep our adopted 5 and 3 year old boys out of Day Care, so Sunday morning is one time we have together. I am the Children’s Pastor at my Church, so we go early as a family and set-up Children’s Church together (we rent a school library). I think it is groovy that my kids experience so young what it means to serve God in the church as they have fun and help (well…they mostly ride on the carts as we roll them in). I love that they can’t wait for Sunday; they start asking for church Monday night!

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  17. It was fun to read some of the things families do to stay ‘groovy’- many of which we enjoy also! Right now our favorite way to stay groovy is to cook together. Our kids enjoy each step- from making the grocery list, to going to the store, preparing and of course eating. It has helped with math skills, money management and picky eaters! Our girls keep track of the date they try things in their cookbooks and how it rates. When we can share what we make with friends, that’s even better!

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  18. My family gets groovy by driving up to Denver and going to a Rockies game! We aren’t particularly fans of baseball as much as we are the excitement of being at a game, eating stadium food and enjoying the togetherness on the drive up and back!

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  19. I’m teaching lessons and dance to the orphan kids we get groovy when one day it suddenly rains while we have classes and we all rushed outside and dance under the rain with a loud music,and it was fun…

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  20. We get groovy by dancing with our dogs and three prairie dogs. We dance around and sing with them all. It is just a groovy fun time on Saturday mornings to start the day positive and uplifted!

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  21. Our family got Groovy this summer when we went on our first mission trip together. We had a great time learning what a joy it is to serve God by serving others. We can’t wait to “get our Groove on” by going on another trip.

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