Why just be one thing for Halloween? Spend the night as a commando in the spooky, fog-filled laser tag challenge, a demolition derby champ at the haunted bumper cars, spiderman on the creepy climbing wall, and a hockey star or ice princess during the Halloween skate. And don’t forget to dress to impress—the night concludes with a costume contest. Sat 6-9 p.m.
Holy third dimension Batman! For the first time the world’s most famous crime-fighting duo is jumping off the page (and screen) and into the arena. This all-new live adventure will delight both kids and those who are still kids at heart. This coming-of-age story follows Robin's transformation from an orphaned circus performer into Batman's faithful sidekick.
Justin Roberts, one of the indie family rock scene's biggest stars, is coming to the Mile High City. His music, equal parts wit and whimsy, led the New York Times to tag him the "Judy Blume of kids music." Since the early 1990s, he's released seven albums and crisscrossed the nation playing for sold out crowds.
For a truly bone-tingling experience, take the whole family on this after dark museum tour. Kids won't miss the extra light as they explore with both their eyes and their hands. Many of the exhibits are interactive like the touchable cast of a T.rex skull and the hands-on fossil cleaning demonstration at the Paleo lab.
Leave the stresses of the urban environment behind and spend an evening biking less than five miles between community gardens with your family. The staff of Denver Urban Gardens is leading a bike tour to several of their gardens, their urban farm, and this year, the DUG’s soon-to-be new home. The night will conclude with a potluck picnic featuring snacks from the garden.
Pinkies up for this weekend tea celebration for connoisseurs and novices alike. Broaden your tea horizons with seminars, tea tasting, and one-on-one contact with industry experts from around the world. Sip a world-class brew with Brian Wright at the Tawainese Oolang Tasting or mix it up with Kasi Tenborg’s tea and cocktail seminar.
Let’s face it: the problem with children’s music is that it’s made for children and just annoying to adults. New York musician Dan Zanes, who won a grammy for his album Catch the Train, writes songs that transcend the kid music/adult music gap. It’s music for the whole family.
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