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Celebrate the dawn of winter while traveling the world and dreaming of your next powder day at Paramount Theatre's screening of Warren Miller Entertainment's latest ski adventure flick "Here, There and Everywhere." —Photo courtesy of Warren Miller Entertainment

What to do in Denver (and Beyond): November 16-November 22

From an interactive bird-watching workshop for kids to an evening with one of our nation's most revered storytellers, here are five can't miss events around the Centennial State this week. 

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Birds of Winter, November 16-22

Your kiddos will learn to hoot, caw, and quack in this fun bird-watching workshop. First, they’ll be introduced to life-size cut-outs of different species of feathered friends. Then, after listening to some bird calls, they’ll craft their own bird feeders from pinecones, milk cartons, and cheerios strung on pipe cleaners. Wed 6 p.m.; Tue 2 p.m. Children’s Museum of Denver at Marisco Campus, 2121 Childrens Museum Drive. 303-433-7444, $10-$20

Day of Darks, November 19

Dark beers take the stage at this boozy charity celebration. Nearly 30 breweries—including Left Hand Brewing Company, Dry Dock Brewing Company, Fiction Beer Company, and Ratio Beerworks—converge to showcase their best dark beers alongside unlimited dark chocolates and other sweet treats. In addition to the limitless tastings and complimentary bittersweet desserts, ticket proceeds from the evening benefit men’s health charities on the national level (the Movember Foundation) as well as the local level (Colorado Cancer Research Foundation and CU Cancer Center). Sat noon-4 p.m. Wynkoop Brewing Company 1634 18th St. 303-297-2700. $30.

Yoga Flow, November 17

Trade the traditional yoga studio for a rooftop with views of the Front Range at this 420-friendly “bend and blaze” workout. Upon arrival, you’ll receive a wireless LED headphone set that pushes instructor Elle Beau’s directions into your ear, while also running an artfully curated playlist in the background to take your practice to the next level. Cannabis enthusiasts can hit the designated consumption areas before the class begins for the highest quality experience. Thu 6:15 p.m. Metlo Rooftop 1111 Broadway. $15.

Here, There and Everywhere, November 17

Ski-film pioneer Warren Miller has once again produced his particular brand of powder-worship adventure-action. This film will have you traversing the globe (and maybe making a ski season travel wishlist) with extreme skiers Ingrid Backstrom and Wendy Fisher and touring Greenland on a dog sled with Rob Kingwell and Seth Wescott. And there’s a bonus: all moviegoers get a free lift ticket for Eldora, Powderhorn, and Steamboat Springs, and deals on tickets at Monarch, Loveland, Winter Park, and Squaw Valley. Thu 8 p.m. Paramount Theatre 1621 Glenarm Pl. 303-623-0106, $25

An Evening with Garrison Keillor, November 18

At this one-night event, attendees get an intimate portrait of the man behind the slow-rolling and husky voice of Minnesota Public Radio’s A Prairie Home Companion. Garrison Keillor, a humorist, storyteller, and voice actor, is best known for bringing to life the comedic stories of the fictional Minnesota town, Lake Wobegon. Now, the Radio Hall of Fame inductee tells his own tales, including stories of growing up in the Midwest and becoming a father late in life. Fri 7:30-10 p.m. Riverwalk Center 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge. 970-547-3100, $55-$95

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