In honor of Harvest Week, GrowHaus is putting on a festival filled with fresh food and pop-up restaurants, while Conscious Alliances is celebrating with “Art that Feeds.” Be sure to attend Cho Lon Bistro’s fifth year anniversary party, or stop by City Hall to support project Helping Hand.

Harvest Week

Harvest Week.

Harvest Week.

When: October 4- 9

Where: GrowHaus, 4751 York St. Denver, CO

Cost: $50-$85

Tickets: Available here

The Low Down: As the seasons change, so do the crops. In honor of fall, EatDenver is hosting its annual Harvest week, a week filled with local and fresh food. The event will be hosted at the non-profit GrowHaus, an indoor farm and marketplace that sells affordable and fresh food. Over 35 restaurants in Denver will participate in the “pop-up” style brunches and dinner parties. “Harvest Week gives guests the opportunity to see first hand the capabilities of how local, fresh ingredients make their way to the tables of our restaurants,” said Leigh Jones from EatDenver. While the food is provided, place settings are not; guests are required to bring their own plates, utensils, napkins, cups, etc. To accompany the food, the festival will offer special cocktails, locally brewed beers, and delicious wines. Be sure to dress up accordingly to match each night’s unique theme.

Chef Hosea Rosenberg + Boulder’s Finest Support Conscious Alliance

Chef Hosea Rosenberg, blackbelly, blackbelly market

Chef Hosea Rosenberg. Photo by Roman Tafoya for 303 Magazine.

When: October 8, 6 – 9:30 p.m.

Where: eTown Music Hall, 1535 Spruce St., Boulder

Cost: $125

Tickets: Available here

The Low Down: Conscious Alliance hosts its second annual harvest celebration “Art that Feeds.” This event will be hosted by Chef Hosea Rosenberg from Blackbelly Market and include some of Boulder’s finest chefs. The silent auction will feature “ unique artwork, one of a kind music memorabilia, and more.” Stop by to enjoy an open bar and a special performance by musician Nahko.

Brews & Bluegrass for a Good Causelogo

When: October 10, 12 – 6 p.m.

Where: City Hall Event Venue, 1144 Broadway, Denver

Cost: $25

Tickets: Available here

The Low Down: Project Helping, founded in 2014, is a non-profit organization that promotes helping others to help yourself. Knowing that “depression affects 1 in 10 people, 80 percent of whom don’t seek treatment because of the associated stigma,”  the Helping Project creates “a vast, passionate, active network of volunteers, [hoping to] end the stigma associated with depression while giving back to our local communities and serving others in need,” according to the founders Justin and Ashlee Kruger.  They believe that volunteering can help improve mental stability and well being. To raise money, the Helping Project has partnered with New Image Brewing, a new modern brewery, who will help host the event. While benefiting a good cause, you will enjoy a night that will include three free beers, live music, and some fun games!

Mark your calendar

Bubbles & Bliss: An Extravagant Seafood Celebration

When: October 15, 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Where: Baur’s Restaurant and Listening Lounge, 1512 Curtis St., Denver

Cost: $50

Tickets: Available here

The Grand Coffee Bazaar

When: October 17, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Where: Our Mutual Friend Parking Lot, 2810 Larimer St., Denver

Cost: $20

Tickets: Available here

TheBigWonderful End of Season Celebration

When: October 17, 12 – 8 p.m.

Where: TheBigWonderful, 2600 Lawrence St., Denver

Flatirons Food Film Festival

When: October 19-15

Where: Most films screen on the CU-Boulder campus, 640 South 41st St., Boulder

Just Eat it Denver: Fundraiser to Feature

When: October 20, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Where: Exdo Center, 1399 35th St. Denver

Cost: $15

Tickets: Available here

Uniquely Colorado

When: October 20, 5:30 p.m.

Where: The Oxford Hotel, 1600 17th St., Denver

Cost: $50

Tickets: Available here

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