Celebrate your freedom to read Harry Potter, Catcher in the Rye, and the thousands of other books that are banned from schools and libraries. Join in this national awareness week by picking up free bookmarks, purchasing Banned Book merchandise, and participating in a virtual readout. Daily, times vary.
Sip wines, browse shoes, and enjoy a fashion show—all while supporting a good cause. Wine, Women & Shoes holds events across the country to raise funds for women and family-related causes. Proceeds benefit Denver CASA, a local organization that assists children going through the court system. Sat 11:30 a.m.- 2 p.m.
Two Colorado nonprofits are bringing a Telluride-based film festival to Denver. And if bringing one of the most inspiring film festivals for outdoorsmen and women alike wasn't enough, they're even throwing a raffle for outdoor gear and lining the parking lot with local food trucks. Mmmhmm.
Rosa, a young Dutch woman, travels to Tokyo to learn the art of preparing fish from Master Hon, the best fish-chef in the world. But to understand Hon's secret to success, Rosa must learn to navigate a completely new and lonely life, starting with the hierarchic world of Hon's famous fish restaurant. Wed 7 p.m.
Discover some of the coolest startups around town. Enjoy tours and beers with reps from local companies, who will either host crawlers in their office space or set up a table with a larger company. The crawl is part of Denver Startup Week, “a celebration of everything entrepreneurial in Denver.” Wed 2 p.m.
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