Howelsen Hill at night. Courtesy of Colorado Ski Country USA
Get fit at Civic Center MOVES’ Yoga Cross | Feb. 9
Now that you’ve finished Whole30, keep your healthy streak going with this part-fitness training and part-yoga session.
Best for… Anyone who’s struggling to meet their Fitbit goals this month.
Go ice skating at Pine Valley Ranch Park | Feb...
February 9 2017, 12:00 PM
Admire the works from curator Di Xiao Wei at this transnational show bringing art communities together from across the globe.
The Art of the Force Celebration, January 21
Celebrate Denver Art Museum's Star Wars and the Power of Costume exhibit in the presence of quite a few local stars at this futuristic-themed soiree. In honor of the Denver Art Museum's young philanthropist group Culturehaus' 20th...
January 18 2017, 4:00 PM
Watch kids hold on for dear life in the classic stock show sport of Mutton Bustin' at the National Western Stock Show. Photo courtesy of National Western Stock Show
Dust off that cowboy hat and the pair of boots that have been languishing in your closet: The 111th National Western Stock Show is in town. If you’ve never been one of the 650,000 annual attendees at this grand event, now is the time to dive in. Didn't grow up on a ranch? No worries—Karen Woods,...
January 6 2017, 4:45 PM
Night falls on one of Denver's most beloved art museums; photo by Kelly Shroads
Ride RiNo’s First Friday Circulator Bus | Jan. 6
Denver’s First Friday celebrations could earn a spot on this list every month, but now there's one more reason to love this inexpensive way to visit galleries and spot Denver’s next great artist, thanks to a free bus that will make several stops...
January 6 2017, 11:00 AM
A festive display in the Governor's Residence at Boettcher Mansion. Photo by Sarah Boyum
1. Cherry Creek North’s Winter Fest | Dec. 10
Why: Fillmore Plaza is always busy during December, but for one day this month it should be even more so with fire pits, carolers, and ice sculpting.
2. Shovel a Neighbor’s Sidewalk | After any snowfall
Why: In the season of giving, sometimes...
December 7 2016, 2:45 PM
A hiker enjoys the autumn leaves along the new multi-use trail segment in Clear Creek Canyon. Courtesy of Lon Abbott and Terri Cook
1. Cider Monday | Nov. 28
Why: On Cyber Monday (get the play on words there?) pop into the Tattered Cover’s Colfax Avenue, LoDo, or Aspen Grove locations for a gratis cup of hot apple cider.
2. First Friday Nutcracker Event at Colorado Ballet | Nov. 4
Why: Here’s you chance to...
November 2 2016, 2:00 PM
A boardwalk in the Rocky Mountain Arsenal
1. Watch the Presidential Debates | Oct. 9 & 19
Why: Unless you hide your cell phone, turn off social media, stop going to work, and forgo trips to the grocery store, it will be virtually impossible to avoid hearing about the upcoming presidential election. You might as well be informed:...
October 6 2016, 3:45 PM
Learn more about girls' education from activist Shannon Galpin at the Edge of Seven charity gala. —Photo courtesy of Edge of Seven
Great American Beer Festival Kickoff Party, October 5
Even if you didn't score tickets to the Great American Beer Festival, you can sample a spread of unique craft brews—and score a hearty meal—at this pig roast. Chef Jon Tarvin from the Kitchen Denver will serve up six delectable swine-centric...
October 5 2016, 3:27 PM