Hit the Snowmass slopes in your favorite shade of pink to help fight breast cancer. If you're feeling fast, compete in timed NASTAR events, or simply enjoy riding with other cure boosters and survivors. Afterwards, kick up your boots for an aprés ski reception complete with a prize drawing and live music. Sat 10 a.m.
Bring your favorite furball to this afternoon of pet-friendly activities. Enjoy chair massages (for pets and their humans), a Valentine's Day photo-shoot, and a performance by Mile High Musical Tails Dancing Dogs. The event supports YAPS, a pen pal program that matches pediatric oncology patients with dog and cat cancer survivors. Sun 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Celebrate the Year of the Horse at this elaborate Chinese New Year bash. Lion dancers, a mind-boggling ten-year-old contortionist, silent and live auctions, and a catered dinner all line the night's agenda. Proceeds will benefit the Nathan Yip Foundation—a Denver nonprofit committed to bringing education to vulnerable children around the world. Sat 5 p.m.
Get back to your Rocky Mountain roots and party with a purpose at this soirée to benefit the Tennyson Center—a Denver K-12 school and treatment center for children suffering from abuse and neglect. In addition to a catered barbeque dinner, beer, wine, and well drinks, Nashville star JT Hodges and Mile High favorite Walker Williams will perform. Sat 6 p.m.
Join the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) and walkers across the country for the NEDA Walk to End Eating Disorders (this is Denver's first year participating). Register solo or with a team to raise awareness and funding for services that support those affected by eating disorders. Sun 9 a.m.-11 a.m.
Comedian and hypnotist Rusty Z headlines this annual fund-raiser for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Association of Zookeepers. Grab some appetizers and a drink as you watch the hypnotist cast a hilarious spell on audience members. Be sure to purchase tickets in advance. 21+. Thu 6:30-10 p.m.
Help the nearly 26 million Americans living with diabetes during this no-pressure bike ride, which aims to raise funds and awareness for the American Diabetes Association. Your start time depends on your distance—opt for the family-friendly 24K, or work those quads during the 50K, 100K, or 100-mile century ride. Sat, times vary.
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