Revel in all things pie at this fundraiser for Denver's Anchor Center for Blind Children, a nonprofit that aids in the education of blind and visually-impaired children. There's something in it for the whole family—from a pie-baking competition and a pie-eating contest to a pie walk. Sat 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Local chef and restaurateur Frank Bonanno (of Luca D' Italia, Green Russell, and more) hosts acclaimed German winemaker August Kesseler. Taste Kesseler's foreign selection of vino over a multicourse, intimate dinner at Bonanno's noodle bar, with pairings like sous vide lamb with Pinot Noir. Mon 6 p.m.
Rugby teams from across the nation convene on Aspen in search of the ultimate title: Ruggerfest champions. For 46 years, this event has attracted some of the best players around, and it all started with a bunch of self-proclaimed ski bums recruited from local bars. In true rugby fashion, the event also has plenty of beer. Thu-Sun, times vary.
This Tony Award-winning musical has been enchanting audiences for decades. From the same source material as You’ve Got Mail, it tells the classic tale of unwitting secret admirers in the pre-digital era, but it’s as touching in the online dating age as ever. Days, times vary.
Indulge your thirsts for arcane geek trivia and improvisational comedy. Each week’s performance features a new expert to teach the cast his or her obsession—comic books, sitcoms, and Greek mythology among potential topics—in excruciating and amazing detail, and the show grows from there. Fri 8 p.m.
This is why you don’t impersonate the dead. A young woman is asked to pretend to be the long-deceased Veronica, and things just get creepier from there. Don't miss this 1973 psychological thriller—written by Rosemary's Baby scribe Ira Levin—as it returns to the stage. Days, times vary.
Editor's Note: The festival was rescheduled due to flooding in Evergreen.
Learn how to balance your energies, find vitality through veganism, and explore the nature of reality during yoga sessions and yoga-inspired discussions. If the philosophy and food doesn’t do it for you, this event also offers stand-up paddleboarding and hoop dancing. Sat 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
The best soccer players in Colorado come together—and the Rapids will be there, too. Following the Rapids’ game against FC Dallas, the Colorado Rapids Special Olympics Unified All-Stars take the field for a 40-minute match against SOTX FC Dallas. Proceeds from tickets sold through its website support Special Olympics soccer programs. Sat 7 p.m.
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