This humorous drama follows the plotlines of six women who regularly gather in Truvy's beauty parlor in Chinquapin, Louisiana. Beginning on the morning of Shelby's wedding and spanning the next three years, the story follows their hurdles and decisions related to health, family, religion, and friendship. Through the ups and downs, these Southern women prove their strength and grace.
This dance performance incorporates theater and live music to tell a collection of intertwined stories about the human experience. Kate Speer and Maren Waldman's work deals with issues such as humankind's connection with nature, the reality of war, and universal emotions. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2 p.m.
Give thanks for living in the state of craft beer. For a non-hokey holiday event (really, we promise), join the Colorado Brewers Guild for a day of specialty brews from the local greats. Participants include Renegade Brewing Co., River North, and Left Hand Brewing, among others. Sun 1-5 p.m.
Learn how to handle a rolling pin like the pros. You'll try your hand at recipes like coconut cream pie and chocolate bourbon pie, among others. These sweet soul foods aren't just reserved for the pastry chef's kitchen. Sat 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
A great way to put a face to a name, this is an evening meant for mingling with local Arvada restaurant owners and retailers. Grab nibbles from more than 30 restaurants like Yak and Yeti, Beau Jo's, and Global Foods and Coffee as you peruse 27 vendor booths. Thu 6-8 p.m.
A family-run winery in Napa Valley, Honig Vineyard focuses production solely on sauvignon blanc and cabernet sauvignon. Whether you're partial to white or red, executive chef Bill Crow has got you covered with dishes that compliment the unique flavor and style of both wines.
Peruse the creations of more than 100 Colorado artists in your search for the perfect gift. Sprinkled throughout the month-long market are a host of special events: an opening-night artists reception, photos with Santa, and a gingerbread house construction zone. Bonus: You can also decorate your own iconic Christmas sweater. Tue-Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun noon-5 p.m.
Two Colorado artists explore the nature of creation in "Collapse" and "Practice." Jane McMahan examines the cycle of destruction and rebirth through video, drawings, and sculptures. Sherry Wiggins' works reflect on the self-referential aspects of artistic production through recreated stills from 1940s surrealist films. Meet the artists at the opening reception Friday evening.
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