The Boulder Magic Show
Families can enjoy a (kid-friendly) Vegas-style magic performance without the plane ticket thanks to duo Ben Young and Braden Carlisle. Young has performed on the CW show Penn and Teller, as well as countless Vegas casinos; Carlisle is a Colorado native who’ll host the show. Expect awe-inspiring feats, plus plenty of jokes and music. March 24; 7 p.m.; $15–$20

Denver Home Show
Even if you’re not planning on embarking on a new home project, a visit to this all-things-abodes summit will surely have you dreaming up your next endeavor. More than 250 local and national professionals will be on-hand to show you the latest trends in kitchens, baths, flooring, cabinetry, and more. Don’t miss the presentation by Denver’s own Rico León, star of HGTV’s Rico to the Rescue, who will talk about how to avoid remodeling disasters. March 24–26; Fri–Sat 10 a.m.–8 p.m.; Sun 10 a.m.–6 p.m.; $10–$12

Photo courtesy of the Denver Home Show

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Celebrate the small-but-stunning town of Nederland during this inaugural two-day festival. Revelers can participate in a hot-wings-eating competition, watch experts create ice sculptures, compete in human foosball or a 5K run, barn dance, and so much more. Plus, all weekend, hear live music from the likes of Gratefully Acoustic and Mountain Reverb in various venues across the town. March 24–25; times vary; free attendance

Crawfish Boil & Live Music
Make sure you come hungry to this massive seafood-centric bash: there will be pounds upon pounds of crawfish, sausage, potatoes, and corn for you to devour. Pre-order your boxes of crawfish, then wash it down with one of Monkey Barrell’s more than 20 local brews. The experience will be elevated by the sounds of Hazel Miller & the Collective. March 25; 1–5 p.m.; starting at $80

Clicquot in the Snow
If your ideal cold-weather weekend is heavy on the après-ski and light on the actual, um, ski, head to this boozy event at the Four Seasons Denver. The fete will include flutes of Veuve Clicquot, hand-crafted cocktails, bites like prawn banh mi and truffle fries, and tunes spun by DJ Manos. March 25; 3–7 p.m.; $60

History books might typically make your kids—and you—bored, but this dramatic retelling of America’s creation is anything but yawn-inducing. The touring, Tony-Award-winning musical features a cast much more diverse than the founding fathers were, with stars of various identities of race, gender, and ethnicity bringing new life to this pivotal story. The world-class actors, catchy songs, and hilarious script will have this history lesson holding your attention. Until April 2; times vary; starting at $18