This weekend is jam packed with things to do in Denver that are cheap or free! Get out, enjoy the community, the weather and your local activities!
First Friday –
Santa Fe, RINO and Golden Triangle – I love first friday! A bunch of people get together and look at some really cool art!
I’ve only partaken of Santa Fe – mainly because my favorite Ethiopian Restaurant Arada is there! It makes a good excuse! We have found some fabulous artists that hang in our home during out outings here! Support local art, get some fresh air walking, biking etc between the galleries, and some locals even have beverages and snacks for the visitors! Check it out!
It has been on my calendar to check this fair out for years. I intend to get there this weekend, will you be there?
I have been to this even every year since we moved to Colorado! I love it! It is so cool to see all the pictures come to life. Luckily I live downtown so i can pop by a couple times to see the work in progress! The event has grown and grown over the years! There is now a wine booth, and art booth and the chalk art extends past 14th on Larimer and both ways on 14th! Last year it rained Saturday night and I felt terrible for all the hard word washed down the drain. Ugh! Fingers crossed the clouds stay away!
movie premeir! Can’t wait- chuck roy!
I”m not a sports fan – yes I know, sacrilege to even speak those words here in Dever!
For the rest of the population – go see your favorite team!
I have never been to this fabulous musical evening, but have friends that keep bugging me to attend. Soon!
Cherry Creek Farmer’s Market –
see previous post!
Opening day Sunday! This is a really cute farmers market. I went a couple times last year. It starts later than most, and think that is mainly due to the fact that Belmar is dual purpose buildings and people live over the street where the market is! Veggies, flowers, roasted chili peppers, reusable bags and more!
gotta give some love to the geeks! :) There is a kindle meetup saturday morning at the Starbucks on the corner of 16th and Blake. If you keep all your books in one slim 8X5 rectangle, meet some others that do the same! Exchange reading tips or just find some new people that share the love of the kindle.
What will you be doing this weekend?