May 23, 2013 – September 22, 2013
The DAM’s (Denver Art Museum) new exhibit is here. At the heart of Spun is a wide-ranging look at textiles from pre-Columbian weavings to Navajo blankets to an examination of how contemporary artists are working with fabric. In addition to this are ten exhibitions, drawn from/inspired by the DAM’s permanent collections, as well as such special in-gallery moments. The exhibition will be on display through September 22.
Find out more about the exhibition and tickets here:
June 17, 2013 – August 15, 2013
Downtown Aquarium Denver is offering families an exclusive opportunity to enjoy Downtown Aquarium after 5pm with special summer offerings including: mystic mermaid shows, special summer kids menu, animal interactions and shows, mascot appearances, discounted 4D Theatre tickets, Discounted activities, arts and crafts and MORE.
Summer Family Nights start June 17th and go through August 15 from 5pm to close.
For more info and tickets visit: www.downtownaquarium.com
June 20, 2013
If Bluegrass is your thing make sure to attend the fortieth annual four-day Telluride Bluegrass Festival (taking place Thursday, June 20, through Sunday, June 23, in Telluride). String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, Yonder Mountain String Band, Hot Rize, semi-locals Dispatch, and local faves such as the Infamous Stringdusters, Greensky Bluegrass and more will be there. Feist is also scheduled to be there.
Tickets cost: $65-$195
For tickets and info click here:http://www.bluegrass.com
June 20, 2013 – June 21, 2013
As the summer finally graces us with its presence, REDwave is happy to showcase newly opened Epernay Lounge and the hospitality it offers. Summer is all about having fun and staying out late with your friends. Because of that, we will be featuring DJ Yan spinning the hottest Russian Top-40 remixes with EDM flavor and “Thirsty Thursdays” drink specials will make your evening even more special.
For more info visit:http://www.facebook.com/events/589867021045311/
The theme is green at the ‘Do at the Zoo’ event, which aims at awareness and support of eco-friendly living. Trillium will be joining 60 Denver restaurants to celebrate the innovative sustainability efforts of the Denver Zoo. There will be I’ve entertainment, beer, wine and spirits in addition to the amazing food provided by Denver restaurants.
To RSVP call 720-337-1460
General admission: $175, $300 VIP
For more details visit: http://www.denverzoo.org/doatthezoo/
June 21, 2013
Create Denver is inviting the public to spend a leisurely afternoon in Civic Center Park. Come Play in the Park is billed as a solstice celebration. You can bring your picnic baskets, bikes, yoga gear and Frisbees beginning at 2 p.m. for a day in the sun at the park, Colfax Avenue and Bannock Street.
For more info visitartsandvenuesdenver.com/create-denver
June 22, 2013
Don’t miss Colorado’s most exciting and innovative dance company! Featuring guest artists from the Colorado Ballet, the Zikr Dance Ensemble’s “Sacred Spaces II” will feature artistic director David Taylor’s acclaimed “In Your Eyes” and “Time’s Up” along with the Gurdjieff sacred dances “Shouting Derrvish” and the “Dance of the Brotherhood Olbogmek”
For more details visit: www.zikrdance.com
For tickets visit: www.lctix.com $18 for adults $15 for students and groups
June 23, 2013
Grammy-nominated The Infamous Stringdusters announce their 2013 American Rivers Tour, an epic summer music adventure stopping through, and winding down, some of America’s wildest and oat beloved rivers and surrounding communities.
The group will be here June 23rd at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in addition to their dates of August 1st at the Colorado River State Park in Fruita, CO; August 2nd-3rd at State Bridge in Bond, CO; and August 4th at Mishawaka in Livermore, CO.
Friday, August 2 & Saturday August 3 @ State Bridge: 127 Trough Road, Bond, CO For venue info follow: www.statebridge.com
Sunday, August 4 @ Mishawaka Amphitheater: 13714 Poudre Canyon, Bellvue, CO For venue info follow: mishawakaconcerts.com
For more info visit here: www.thestringdusters.com
June 25, 2013
Are you emerging from a long-term committed relationship and terrified of being single again? Do you enjoy being single but find that today’s dating scene is like landing on an alien planet where no one is speaking your language? Have you been in the ‘game’ for awhile now, but ask yourself why even if you play by the so-called ‘rules’ you can’t seem to win? Trying to make sense of the dating scene in 21st century America can be challenging indeed. In our high-tech world we have become a society that expects instant gratification. But the reality is that anything worth having takes time and effort.
You can have the relationship you desire, whether that’s casual dating, a friend with benefits, or finding the love of your life, but first you have to know how to navigate through the maze of dating in the 21st century. That means understanding the new ‘dating’ scene, understanding who you are at this point in your life, and knowing what you want and how to ask for it. In “The Dating Game” workshop Patti Sommer will address all of the above questions and more. She will also share tips for re-entering the single scene after ending a long-term relationship and how to make the most of online dating.
Join Patti Sommer, Relationship, Dating, and Sexual Empowerment Coach, and 303 Magazine’s own Hump Days columnist on June 25th, at Eden in Denver, for the road map to getting what you want from the dating scene in this brave new world. This workshop is for anyone who is single and ‘shopping’, regardless of age, gender, or sexual preference. See more deets on the Beyond the Bedroom website.
June 26, 2013
Lucky’s will jump at any opportunity to support green living. So when you jump on your bike to head to work, stop by Lucky’s for some breakfast on them!
For more info visit: www.luckysmarket.com