1. Nibble: Take a tour Hammond’s Candies

2. Remember: Honor a Vet

3. Wander: Stroll Around the Baker Neighborhood

4. TAKE IT IN: Watch Denver GO BRIGHT during the Grand illumination

  • Why you should go: We know, we know. You’re still working on Halloween candy. But later this month, get in the holiday spirit as Denver’s landmarks—Union Station, the 16th Street Mall, and the City and County Building—shine for the season.
  • Details: Starting on November 28 at 6 p.m., Denver

5. SPOT IT: Watch Horns lock at the bighorn sheep festival

  • Why you should go: Scope out Colorado’s official state mammal on nearby hills, help kids craft paper horns, and more.
  • Details: November 8, Georgetown

6. NOSH: Kids Eat Free at Denver’s Larkburger

7. Browse: Peruse the boxes at the Denver Public library’s Winter used book sale

8. Visit: Sign up for a tour of the Denver Mint

  • Why you should go: You’ll need to make reservations, but it’s worth it. (Watching coins being made is oddly fascinating.)
  • Details: Your pick, Denver

9. Play: Skate at Copper Mountain’s Woodward Remix

10. DO GOOD: Give back and Get involved

  • Why you should go: With Turkey Day approaching, we like to slate a little time in the schedule for volunteering. Need ideas? Check this page throughout the month for our weekly picks for charitable events.
  • Details: Your pick, Denver

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Natasha Gardner
Natasha Gardner
Natasha Gardner is a Denver-based writer and the former Articles Editor for 5280.