Look gorgeous for a fabulous cause. This fundraising event features fashion and jewelry design lines from Cira Limited Clothing and Accessories as well as live music from local artists Reverb and the Verse and DJ Nate Brown. Dress your best as an on-site professional photographer will be snapping photos and uploading them to Facebook.
Keep the momentum going in the fight against AIDS because as this year's theme reminds us, "It's Not Over." fight against AIDS. Begin the day with the 5K walk/run before joining 8,000 others for the Celebration of Life Festival, which will feature music, food, a beer garden, vendors, a volleyball tournament, and the Diva Dash Stiletto fun run.
You don't even have to know how to walk yet for this race. With a stroller-friendly 5K, kids' course, toddler trot, and even an infant crawl, the whole family can take part in this "fitness extravaganza” that will be as fun to watch as it is to participate in. All proceeds benefit the museum's programs, exhibits, and projects. Sun 9 a.m.
The positive effects of cycling are trying to take down Parkinson's Disease. Three Denver area women created the project, 3 4 Fighting Parkinson’s, after they were inspired by friends plagued by the neurological disorder. Having learned of the possible benefits of bicycle therapy for those with the disease, these women saw their passion for riding as the perfect way to help find a cure.
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