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School’s Out for Summer: Comcast Helps Keep the Kids Entertained

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It’s summertime! The pools are open, the kids are out of school and the phrase, “Mom, I’m bored” is likely already being heard around the house. Not to fear! In between soccer practice and swimming lessons or when business closes for the day at that lemonade stand, Comcast has you covered.

This summer, Comcast has plenty of kid-friendly flicks in the Xfinity Digital Store including The Nut Job, Turbo, Frozen, The Croods, Ice Age, E.T. and The Wizard of Oz, and hit franchises like Alvin and the Chipmunks, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Night at the Museum, Percy Jackson, Spider-man, Harry Potter and Happy Feet.

See a full list of XFINITY OnDemand's Family & Kids movies and TV shows here.

For a list of other fun, low-cost summer activities for the whole family, check out Denver.org’s list here.

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