This long-standing festival, brimming with community pride and spirit, makes for a perfect end-of-summer celebration. Peruse offerings from more than 50 restaurants and 250 marketplace artisans and vendors across the state. While admission is free, food does cost extra. Live music and educational programs will also take place.
Stop in the Alamo Placita neighborhood just south of Capitol Hill for a respite from the Mile High City’s bustling neighborhoods like Cherry Creek and Highland. There, you’ll find a collection of turn-of-the-century Victorians and bungalows, specialty shops, and casual eateries. The mix lends Alamo Placita an urban vibe that doesn’t overshadow the small-town, community feel of the historic enclave.
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