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IKEA Centennial Events & Activities

What's happening at IKEA Centennial?
There's always something going on at IKEA Centennial! Follow us on Twitter to get the latest info @IKEA_Centennial!

Sunday, December 4

9:30a-2pm

Breakfast with Santa

Have Breakfast with Santa from 9:30-11 From 1130a-2p show your IKEA Family card to get a photo with Santa and get a free kids meal with the purchase of an adult entrée $5.99 or more.

December 6, 15, 18, 22

Gingerbread House Decorating

6pm-8pm

$10 per person

We supply the gingerbread house, decorations, and the child gets a free kids meal and the parent accompanying the child gets a free dessert and coffee in the restaurant. Tickets can be purchased in the Swedish Food Market

December 9

5p-8p

Julbord!

$12.99 Adults $2.99 Kids with IKEA Family Card $16.99 Adults $4.99 Kids without the card Dancing, Singing, and Santa Lucia Procession accompanies a traditional Swedish Buffet Tickets can be purchased in the Swedish Food Market


What's happening at IKEA Centennial?
Friday, December 9, 2016
Swedish Christmas Julbord
A Julbord – pronounced ‘yuleboard’, literally meaning Christmas table – is a feast for the eye and a treat for your taste buds, with its colorful combinations of food that can be either salty, sweet or acidic.

Come to the all you can eat Julbord buffet!
IKEA FAMILY price $12.99, regular price $16.99
Kids under 12 IKEA FAMILY price $2.99, regular price $4.99

Seating Times:
5:00-8:00PM


Ask a Restaurant co-worker for details and to purchase tickets. Seating is limited.

*Kids 12 years old and under

Lets Play for Change
Join our Good Cause Campaign, Let’s Play for Change, which highlights the benefits of play for all Children. For every children’s book and toy sold through November 20- December 24, 2016, the IKEA Foundation will make a donation of €1 to projects in some of the poorest communities in the world.

Double your impact this holiday season!
Give Back Twice to KIPP Montbello College Prep
The Let’s Play Campaign supports children’s development and learning, equal participation, sports and of course play. IKEA Centennial has chosen KIPP Montbello College Prep (KMCP) to support locally through Let’s Play. KMCP educates nearly 500 students from the educationally underserved community of Montbello CO – directly 30 minutes north east of IKEA Centennial. KMCP is in need of any IKEA LATTJO games, children’s’ book or soft toys to put into each classroom to encourage imagination and further foster play amongst the classrooms. School funding is tight and you can make a difference today that will directly impact the children of KMCP. IKEA Centennial and KIPP Montbello College Prep believe in the power of play, and what the impact can do on children here in Colorado as well as other countries. Donation bin is located in our exit, thank you for your contribution.

A free and fun day out for the whole family!
First Sunday at IKEA Centennial!
Every first Sunday of the month IKEA Centennial hosts a First Sunday either in our Restaurant or Entrance Lobby. First Sunday includes a fun craft perfect for the whole family or features educational outreach programs from our local community partners like Denver Zoo or The Children's Museum. This is a fun time for the whole family and again FREE to everybody! Make sure to stop in and take part in First Sunday!

Sustainable Energy Solutions
IKEA Centennial has more than doubled the amount of solar panels on its roof, making it the largest single-use solar array in Colorado.

The 83,700-square-foot solar addition will consist of a 623-kW system, built with 2,492 panels, and will produce 961,000 kWh of electricity annually for the store. Including the existing system, the IKEA Centennial store’s total 1,121-kW solar installation of 4,704 panels soon will generate 1,701,000 kWh of clean electricity yearly, the equivalent of reducing 1,200 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2), eliminating the emissions of 250 cars or powering 180 homes.

IKEA Centennial is also the first IKEA US store to incorporate a geothermal heating/cooling system. It is also the largest commercial system in the state of Colorado utilizing this type of technology.

We are excited by this commitment to use renewable energy, reduce our carbon footprint and continue to improve the lives of the many.
Sustainable Energy Solutions
Creating a better life for people and our communities
IKEA in the community
IKEA wants to play a part in creating a better life for the people and the communities touched by our business. This has always been part of our approach, and it is even more important today as our business continues to grow.

Here are a just a few examples of the ways IKEA Centennial is working towards being a valued and active member of our local community.

• Children’s Hospital of Colorado
• Friends of Broomfield
• Denver Public Schools
• Freedom Service Dogs

Our community support guidelines and application can be viewed on the link below. Due to the overwhelming number of donation requests, our giving is very focused. While we wish we could support all worthy organizations, we simply cannot.

The guidelines and application will determine if your organization is a fit within our giving policy. Please understand that although your organization may fit one or more of the requirements, it is not a guarantee that your request will be honored.
IKEA Centennial Community Support Guidelines & Application Form