Assist upcoming scholars as you dance and dine. Delight in a live performance from the folk-fused pop, jazz, and Americana music of Mezzo Mestizo, a local acoustic trio. Enjoy pairing wine with an eclectic variety of edibles from Root Down, Table 6, Sushi Hai, and D Bar Desserts.
Itchy wool sweaters and fruitcakes aside, handcrafted products are finally receiving the praise they deserve at this market highlighting locally made and sustainable goods. Housing multiple Colorado vendors selling their house-made wares—from soaps to cakes—this monthly affair gives up-and-coming producers the opportunity to expand. The result?
Muse over anecdotes of history as you explore a maze of antique wares. European and American 19th and 20th century retro, vintage, and collectible furnishings are planted throughout this collection of recyclables. Poke through adornments and gadgets—everything from children’s toys and signs to jewelry and medical equipment.
Taste the flavors of the land and cultures of las Américas. As you sip North and South American red and white wine—from Colorado, California, Argentina and Chile—George Martinez, president of the Museo de las Americas’ board of trustees, will provide insight to the wines’ cultivation.
Doll collections—from red-haired Raggedy Ann dolls to porcelain-glazed China dolls and American Girl dolls—bring a wave of nostalgia. Still passionate for doll collections? Don’t miss this doll sale, where you’ll find antique and modern selections and dolly accessories. Are the stitching and knots coming undone of your favorite doll? Drop it by the doll hospital for a little TLC.
For one week, spas across the Front Range are lending themselves to the masses. This bi-annual, nation-wide event, treats the public to luxury treatments that usually cost hundreds of dollars for just $50. You'll have a variety of treatment options, such as a one-hour hot stone massage, a detoxifying facial cleanse, and other restorative therapeutics.
Revisit the art of animation with this award-winning Japanese cartoon. The story centers around Umi and Shun’s fight to save their high school’s clubhouse from demolition, and the romance that inevitably develops between the two. Directed by Goro Miyazaki, the movie was the winner of the Japan Academy Prize for Animation and 2011’s top-grossing Japanese film.
We all read about the immigration debate in the paper, but most of us never hear the personal stories behind the news. During the past 60 years, millions of Latino families left their homes to emigrate to the United States. Based on a book of the same name by Juan González—a journalist and co-host of Democracy Now!
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