Colorado Day at the Molly Brown House Museum: Celebrate Colorado Day with one of the Centennial State’s famous and influential icons, “the Unsinkable” Molly Brown. The Molly Brown House Museum has undergone its first major renovation in more than 40 years, and the museum invites you to glimpse the building’s restored porch, carriage house roof, and stained glass windows. Historic Denver welcomes guests for tours of the home, light refreshments, and the presentation of a contribution from Alpine Bank. Monday, 1 p.m., Molly Brown House Museum, 1340 Pennsylvania St., free
Camp Bow Wow’s Birthday “Pawty” Adoption: Visit one of Camp Bow Wow’s four locations in Westminster, Northglenn, Denver, or Golden to celebrate the birthdays of shelter dogs at “paw-ties.” Several local rescues, including Colorado Canine Rescue and Foothills Animal Shelter, will host on-site adoptions, and treats and appetizers will be available for the two-legged and the four-legged with cupcakes and “pupcakes.” Monday, 4–7 p.m.; locations vary, free
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7th Annual Putt Your Stuff for Mental Health: Get a team together and show off your putt-putt skills for a hole-in-one on the course and in your community. During the game, don your most eye-catching golf attire for a chance to win the Best Dressed contest, then indulge in a barbeque dinner from Famous Dave’s BBQ. Proceeds benefit the critical mental health and wellness services provided by the Jefferson Center for Mental Health. Thursday, 4:30–9 p.m.; Putter’s Pride Golf Course, 3604 S. Kipling, $30–$150
Urban Peak Youth Shelter Breakfast: As a monthly ode to the community, Off The Mat Colorado brings yogis together for a morning of breakfast and service at Urban Peak. Help them prepare and serve 30 to 40 individuals at the shelter, which provides a full range of services to help homeless youth move toward a more empowered, self-sufficient life. Saturday, 8:30–10:30 a.m.; Urban Peak, 1630 S. Acoma St., free
Wig Walk—Pub Crawl with a Purpose: Dubbed the “greatest pub crawl west of the Mississippi,” this event—hosted by Shinesty, a Boulder-based online retailer—marches participants down Boulder’s Pearl Street, costumes encouraged. Visit all of Boulder’s hottest watering holes, with food and drink included in the price of a ticket. All proceeds benefit First Descents, which offers young adult cancer fighters and survivors a free outdoor adventure experience designed to empower them to get active, defy cancer, and reclaim their lives. Saturday, 2–8:30 p.m.; Conor O’Neill’s, 1922 13th St., Boulder, $40
Critter Rescue Roundup: Calling all animal lovers: the Dinosaur Resource Center will host an animal adoption event with visits from animal rescue and support groups like Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Wings and Warriors, and No Hound Unhomed. Adopt an animal to receive four free admissions to the museum, then stick around to spend time with your new furry friends. Saturday, 9 a.m.–4p.m., Sunday, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.; Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center, 201 S. Fairview St., Woodland Park, free