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Art & Museum Exhibits
Thru Jan 20 | 9 am - 5 pm| Denver Museum of Nature & Science | Gen. Adm.
¡CUBA! is a lively exhibition for all ages, where you’ll be immersed in the extraordinary biodiversity, cultural traditions, and daily life of this intriguing country.

Thru Jan 20 | Varies| Denver Museum of Nature & Science | Gen. Adm.
Experience a land of spectacular beauty that's home to people renowned for their passion in the film Cuba 2D. The island nation is preserved in time yet poised on the cusp of dramatic change.
Cuba's vibrant culture, distinctive colonial architecture, and unspoiled ecosystems all provide a vivid window into the past. You will be transported across breathtaking island landscapes, below the ocean surface to dazzling reefs, and into streets invigorated by music and dance in the heart of Havana.
This film is the perfect complement to the temporary exhibition, ¡CUBA!

Thru Feb 3 | 10:00 am - 6 pm | Denver Art Museum | Gen. Adm.
Eyes On: Julie Buffalohead will showcase new work by the Minnesota-based artist, who is a citizen of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma. Buffalohead uses metaphors, iconography, and storytelling narratives in her artwork to describe emotional and subversive American Indian cultural experiences, and often analyzes the commercialization of American Indian cultures.
Buffalohead frequently includes animals as subjects, and her eclectic palette and whimsical subjects evoke a childlike innocence. While she works in a variety of mediums, including painting, printmaking, drawing, illustration, bookmaking, and sculpture, this exhibition will feature a new series of works on canvas that explore her own life experiences, as well as ancestral knowledge.

Thru Mar 3 | 10:00 am - 6 pm | Denver Art Museum | Gen. Adm.
Dior: From Paris to the World surveys 70 years of the House of Dior's enduring legacy and its global influence. A selection of 150 couture dresses, as well as accessories, costume jewelry, photographs, drawings, runway videos, and other archival material, will trace the history of the iconic haute couture fashion house, its founder, Christian Dior, and the subsequent artistic directors who carried Dior's vision into the 21st century.

Thru May 19 | 10:00 am - 6 pm | Denver Art Museum | Gen. Adm.
See how animals have captivated artists throughout history in Stampede: Animals in Art. This cross-departmental exhibition brings together more than 300 objects from the Denver Art Museum’s collection to explore the presence of animals in art throughout centuries and across cultures.
Stampede creates an opportunity for visitors to discover and consider the role animals play through themes such as personal connections with animals, how animal materials have been used in art, how animals are used to tell stories or represent political ideas, and how artists use animals in imaginative ways. It includes visitor favorites such as a four-faced Hamat's Mask, Deborah Butterfield’s horse sculptures, artworks by Frederic Remington and Georgia O’Keeffe, as well as rarely seen works.

Thru Aug 16 | 10:00 am - 6 pm | CU South Denver | Gen. Adm.
In the wild world around us, everything is connected. Curious Connections in Nature delves into these connections through hands-on activities, multi-media displays and specimens from the Museum's collection.
The exhibition highlights symbiosis in our bodies, our backyards and beyond.
Discover the role of the prairie dog in Colorado's grasslands. Learn about the microbes we host in our bodies. Explore the amazing world of lichens, diatoms, and much more. The scientists who study these animals are profiled in the exhibit and you can learn about their important work.

Thru Dec 9 | 10:00 am - 6 pm | Denver Museum of Nature & Science | Gen. Adm.
Volcanoes tower 80,000 feet above a barren surface. Monstrous hurricanes rage for 400 years. And multicolored rings sit suspended in air.
In Cosmic Journey: A Solar System Adventure, you'll travel through our solar system faster than the speed of light, taking in the wonders of the planets and their moons.

Thru Dec 12 | 10:00 am - 6 pm | Denver Museum of Nature & Science | Gen. Adm.
There's a place from which nothing escapes, not even light, where time and space literally come to end. It's at this point, inside this fantastic riddle, that black holes exert their sway over the cosmos … and our imaginations.
In this Museum-produced show, zip through other-worldly wormholes, experience the creation of the Milky Way Galaxy, and witness the violent death of a star and subsequent birth of a black hole. Mathematical equations, cutting-edge science, and Einstein's theories fill in holes along the way, providing the most complete picture yet on this mysterious phenomenon. Can you feel the pull?

Thru Dec 31 | 10:00 am - 6 pm | Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center | Gen. Adm.
The art works presented in three galleries highlight some of the most celebrated work by indigenous and Latina/o artists in the FAC’s permanent collection. Within an overall chronological flow, the galleries focus on three periods of time spanning over 150 years: mid-19thcentury, 1930s, and late 20th century to the present. This exhibition explores individual stylistic movements, artists, and topics such as colonial encounters, art markets, and creative innovation, among other subjects. Art works in these galleries will be periodically rotated in an effort to feature a wide range of artworks from the FAC’s extensive collection.
Jan 18 | 7:00 pm & 10:00 pm | Denver Improv
Jan 19 | 7:00 pm & 10:00 pm | Denver Improv
Steve-O (a.k.a. Stephen Glover) was willing to do whatever it took to become famous, even if it meant stapling his ball sack to his leg. After failing miserably at the University of Miami, Steve-O was a homeless couch-surfer for three years before he attended Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, to help further his goal of becoming a famous stuntman. After graduating Clown College, determined to make it in Hollywood, he began to pitch his home videos to producers. Eventually, Steve-O’s videos made it into the hands of Jeff Tremaine (Jackass Creator/Director/Producer), who was working with Johnny Knoxville to create a stunt-based reality show. The rest is history. MTV aired the first season of Jackass in 2000. Since then, Steve-O has had continued success, as a New York Timesbest-selling author with the release of his memoir, Professional Idiot, and he has established himself as a force in the world of stand-up comedy. He's even landed a handful of acting roles in film and TV. Thus far (and still counting), his career as a performer has brought him to a total of 38 countries, and his first hour-long comedy special, Guilty as Charged, performed exceptionally well on Showtime. Now in his forties, and wanting to out-do all of his previous work, Steve-O decided to address the "unfinished business" on his bucket list. He's been filming the most elusive and outlandish stunts he ever dreamt up (including Cauliflower Ear, the General Anesthesia Olympics, Vasectomy Blue Balls, Sky-Jacking... to name a few), and is now screening the all-new, unreleased footage exclusively on his Bucket List Tour, which began in 2018. This new, live show is a multi-media comedy event which explores just how high the bar has gotten for Steve-O's stunts, and the stress they have caused for his loving fiancee, Lux Wright. Across his social media platforms, Steve-O has amassed well over 20 million followers and counting, providing an intimate window into his colorful life, and sharing his love for animals (including the four dogs and two cats he and Lux have rescued). Steve-O and Lux have plans to start their own animal sanctuary.
Most importantly, however, Steve-O has been clean and sober since March of 2008 and, between the various legs of his Bucket List Tour, when he isn't terrorizing Lux with his unending pursuit of the ultimate stunt, they live a surprisingly healthy lifestyle in the Los Angeles area.

Jan 18 | 7:30 pm & 9:45 pm | Comedy Works 
Jan 19 | 7:30 pm & 9:45 pm | Comedy Works 
Jan 20 | 7:00 pm | Comedy Works 
Actor and comedian Steve Rannazzisi is best known for his role as “Kevin” on FX’s The League. He released his second special, Breaking Dad, following his 2013 critically acclaimed special, Steve Rannazzisi: Manchild. Steve was a series regular on ABC's Big Day and starred in See Jayne Run. Rannazzisi has also appeared in films like Paul Blart: Mall Cop, For Your Consideration and Imagine That. Now he has his own web series Daddy Knows Best. 

Jan 18 | 11:00 pm | The Clocktower Cabaret
The Underground Sideshow is a Clocktower Cabaret exclusive monthly event! Third Fridays, 11:30 PM
This wild late night romp is curated by, and stars many national acts who will leave you breathless! Enter the secret world of the Sideshow to witness, with your own eyes, absolutely unforgettable feats of beauty, strength, magic, and skill by a collection of superhumans who feed on applause! Amazement, shock, and laughter are the true treasures of the secret world of Sideshows.

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm | VooDoo Comedy Playhouse
Barkley’s Friday Night Improv Jam is an open invitation for you (yes, you!) to COME PLAY on the Voodoo stage with some of Denver’s most supportive improvisers. Put your name in the hat by 6:50, and you’ll be cast on a one-time team for the 7:00 show that same night! Every week we also invite one of Denver’s best improvisers to play with all of the groups. It’s FREE to watch, FREE to play, and ALL LEVELS ARE WELCOME, so come on and slam!

Jan 18 | 8:00 pm | VooDoo Comedy Playhouse
Colorado ‘s ORIGINAL unscripted  musical comedy  team! Based on the suggestion of a title from the audience, the performers of Hit and Run: Musical Improv create an unscripted hour-long Broadway-style comedy musical from scratch. HNR features live accompaniment, dancing, soaring ballads, and more emotional outbursts than  Rent  and The  Phantom Of The Opera  combined. Sondheim and Lloyd Webber take years to write a musical, but HNR creates a brand new one every week. You won’t want to miss it!

Jan 18 | 8:30 pm | VooDoo Comedy Playhouse
Makeshift Shakespeare pays homage to the Bard himself! The absurdity of Shakespeare’s comedies, the misfortune of his tragedies, and the yesteryears of his histories are all performed in a nightly original production by these brainy improvisers. Denver has never seen anything quite like it! “All-male, all-Shakespeare, all the time,” says director Shannon Wood Rothenberg. Theater-goers will find their intellects heartily entertained and their wit vigorously stimulated by the unlimited possibilities of improvisation coupled with the richness of William Shakespeare’s legacy.

Jan 18 | 10:00 pm | VooDoo Comedy Playhouse
Voodoo’s resident short-form improv show!

Jan 18 | 7:15 pm & 9:45 pm | Comedy Works South
Jan 19 |6:00 pm & 8:30 pm | Comedy Works South
 Jan 20 |4:30 pm & 7:00 pm | Comedy Works South
FRIENDS! The Musical Parody is the hilarious new musical that lovingly lampoons TV’s Friends — everyone's favorite group of Manhattan 20-something pals. It’s a seemingly typical day at New York’s only coffee shop, Central Perk, until an unexpected runaway bride with beautiful hair enters the picture and kicks the whole gang out of second gear. 
This delightfully naughty confection plucks the best moments from the show’s ten years and recreates the moments through an uncensored, fast-paced, music-filled romp. FRIENDS! The Musical Parody, not only keeps you laughing but tugs at your heartstrings with the stories we all know and love. Will Rachel and Ross get together or won’t they? Will Monica ever find love? Will Joey have an acting career?

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm | Grafenberg Theater
Grafenberg Productions and Jon Jon & Co. presents Improv's Gay. Improv's Gay is the new Improv Bingo Jam catering to the LGBTQ+ Community hosted by one of the O.G. improv homos, Jon Jon Lannen. Improv's Gay is both a bingo game and a night of improv comedy!

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | VooDoo Comedy Playhouse
Munthly and his puppet pals perform the improv you’ve seen like you’ve never seen before. This fast-paced show features some of Denver’s quickest minds and strongest hands with special guests, surprise cameos, and lots and lots of characters.

Jan 19| 8:00 pm | VooDoo Comedy Playhouse
SMOOTH will draw from real life experiences and turn them into a hilariously wild improvised show. SMOOTH features five of Denver’s finest including Tom Smaldone, Mel Evans, Steve O’Neill, Jack Mudd and Kimberly Kutt.

Jan 19 | 9:00 pm | VooDoo Comedy Playhouse
The only thing this group loves more than improvising scenes is making fun of each other in these hilarious scenes! Pro Play takes an audience suggestion and runs with that to improvise scenes. The twist, mid scene they will break to evaluate what is going on in the scene and really call each other out to have fun! Always a crowd pleaser, Pro Play features some of Denver’s most talented improvisors.

Jan 19 | 10:00 pm | VooDoo Comedy Playhouse
Presenting Denver’s ONLY improv cagematch! Hosted by Hot Nap, this weekly competition pits two improv teams against each other for fame and glory. Based on audience votes, the winning team will receive a shot at our GRAND PRIZE of $500 IN CASH!

Jan 120| 7:00 pm | The Black buzzard at Oskar Blues
Join us for FREE performances the 3rd Sunday of every month at The Black Buzzard at Oskar Blues Grill & Brew.
To commemorate the longstanding tradition of drinking on, off, and all around the stage, The Wit's Shakesbeer bring you a monthly presentation of your favorite Shakesbeer shows.
Concerts & Music
Friday, January 18, 2019

Jan 18 | 5:00 pm |  Longshots Bar & Grill

Jan 18 | 5:30 pm |  The Burns Pub

Jan 18 | 5:30 pm |  Tighe Brothers Distillery

Jan 18 | 6:00 pm | Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Jan 18 | 6:00 pm |  Denver Art Society

Jan 18 | 6:00 pm |  Perry's Steakhouse

Jan 18 | 6:00 pm |  Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge

Jan 18 | 6:30 pm |  International Wine & Spirits Guild

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm |  Blue Spruce Brewing

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm |  Marquis Theater

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm |  The People's Building

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm |  Monkey Barrel

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm |  The Englewood Tavern

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm |  Swallow Hill Music - Tuft Theatre

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm |  Marquis Theater

Jan 18 | 7:30 pm |  Paramount Theatre

Jan 18 | 7:30 pm |  Leon Gallery

Jan 18 | 8:00 pm |  Ogden Theatre

Jan 18 | 8:00 pm |  D Note

Jan 18 | 8:00 pm |  Little Bear

Jan 18 | 8:00 pm |  Ogden Theatre

Jan 18 | 8:00 pm |  Stampede Mesquite Grill & Dance Emporium

Jan 18 | 8:00 pm |  Meadowlark Bar

Jan 18 | 9:00 pm | Hi-Dive

Jan 18 | 8:00 pm | Moes BBQ and Bowling

Jun 18 | 8:00 pm |  Summit Music Hall

Jun 18 | 8:00 pm |  Boulder Theater

Jan 18 | 8:00 pm |  The Soiled Dove Underground

Jan 18 | 8:30 pm | Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Jan 18 | 8:30 pm | Grizzly Rose Saloon and Dance Emporium

Jun 18 | 9:00 pm |  Ophelia's Electric Soapbox

Jun 18 | 9:00 pm |  Gothic Theatre

Jun 18 | 9:00 pm |  Q's Pub & Grille

Jun 18 | 9:00 pm |  The Fox Theatre

Jan 18 | 9:00 pm | Hi-Dive

Jun 18 | 9:00 pm |  The Church - Seven Candles

Jun 18 | 9:00 pm |  The Black Box

Jun 18 | 9:00 pm | Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Jan 18 | 9:00 pm |  Gothic Theatre

Jan 18 | 9:00 pm |  Be On Key's Psychedelic Ripple

Jan 18 | 9:00 pm | Highlands Park

Jan 18 | 9:00 pm |  Temple

Jan 18 | 10:00 pm |  Temple Denver

Jan 18 | 10:00 pm |  Three Kings Tavern

Jan 18 | 11:00 pm | Lincoln's Road House

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Jan 19 |11:00 am | The Soiled Dove Underground

Jan 19 | 2:00 pm |  The Soiled Dove Underground

Jan 19 |5:00 pm | National Western Stock show

Jan 19 | 5:00 pm | St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Jan 19 | 6:00 pm | The Alley

Jan 19 | 6:00 pm | Woods Boss Brewing

Jan 19 | 6:00 pm | Caffe Sole

Jan 19 | 6:30 pm | St. Julien Hotel

Jan 19 | 6:30 pm | D'Vine Wine

Jan 19 | 7:00 pm |   The Roxy Theater

Jan 19 | 7:00 pm |  Marquis Theater
Jan 19 | 7:00 pm |  Dazzle

Jan 19 | 7:00 pm |  Astro Tap House

Jan 19 | 7:00 pm |  Officers Club

Jan 19 | 7:00 pm |  St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Jan 19 | 7:00 pm |  Moon Room at Summit Music Hall

Jan 19 | 7:00 pm |  Hermans Hideaway

Jan 19 | 7:00 pm |  Dirty Dogs Roadhouse

Jan 19 | 7:30 pm | The Fillmore Auditorium

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm |   Larimer Lounge Denver

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | Lone Tree Arts Center

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | Boulder Theater

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | Tennyson's Tap

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm |  The Toad Tavern

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm |  Teller's Bar

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | Swallow Hill Music Hall

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm |  The Toad Tavern

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm |  Aurora Reservoir

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm |  Hitch-N-Post

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | Stampede Mesquite Grill & Dance Emporium

Jan 19| 8:00 pm |  Ogden Theatre

Jan 19| 8:00 pm |  Lost Lake Lounge

Jan 19| 8:00 pm |  Syntax Physic Opera

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm |  The Soiled Dove Underground

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | Brothers Bar & Grill

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | Kline's Beer Hall

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | Spectra Art Space

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | Lone Tree Arts Center

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm |  Takoda Tavern

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm |  Stella's Coffee Haus

Jan 19 | 8:15 pm | Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Jan 19 | 8:30 pm | The Bluebird Theater

Jan 19 | 8:30 pm | Grizzly Rose Saloon and Dance Emporium

Jan 19 | 9:00 pm |  The Fox Theatre

Jan 19 | 9:00 pm |  Temple

Jan 19 | 9:00 pm |  Q's Pub & Grille

Jan 19 | 9:00 pm |  Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Jan 19 | 9:00 pm |  Gothic Theatre

Jan 19 | 9:00 pm |  Vinyl

Jan 19 | 9:00 pm |  The Black Box

Jan 19 | 9:00 pm | Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Jan 19 | 9:30 pm |  The Englewood Tavern

Jan 19 | 9:30 pm | Globe Hall

Jan 19 | 10:00 pm |  Temple

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Jan 20 | 12:01 pm |  Dirty Dogs Roadhouse

Jan 20 | 4:00 pm |  National Western Stock Show

Jan 20 | 6:00 pm |  Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

Jan 20 | 7:00 pm |  Etown Hall

Jan 20 | 7:00 pm |  Lone Tree Arts Center

Jan 20 | 8:00 pm |  Ogden Theatre

Jan 20 | 8:00 pm |  Larimer Lounge Denver

Jan 20 | 8:00 pm |  The Soiled Dove Underground

Jan 20 | 8:30 pm |  The Bluebird Theater

Jan 20 | 9:00 pm |  Temple Denver

Jan 13 | 9:00 pm |  Q's Pub & Grille

Jan 20 | 9:00 pm |  Three Kings Tavern
Theatre & Performances
Jan 18 | 7:30 pm |  Boettcher Concert Hall
Jan 19 | 7:30 pm |  Boettcher Concert Hall
Jan 20 | 1:00 pm |  Boettcher Concert Hall

Jan 18 | 7:30 pm |  Grace Lutheran Church
Jan 19 | 7:30 pm |  Grace Lutheran Church
Conductor and pianist Nicholas Carthy joins local soprano superstar Ekaterina Kotcherguina for a night of beautiful music in an intimate setting.

Jan 18 | 8:00 am |  Stampede Mesquite Grill & Dance Emporium
Rev up your girls' night out or make your best friend's bachelorette party a night to remember with Fifty Shades of Men, a male revue catered exclusively for women. You'll spend the evening being tempted by gorgeous hunks when this fun and flirty night of entertainment from Alpha Male Promotions comes to Stampede in Aurora. The show combines a perfect blend of music, sexy dance moves and seductive theatrics in a hot, high-energy performance you and your girls will talk -- and dream -- about for weeks.

Jan 19 | 5:00 pm | St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Jan 19 | 7:00 pm | St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Robert Osborne brings his internationally acclaimed pastiche to the Denver Area for the first time with Kathleen Schmidt as Dulcinea and Bradley Thompson as Sancho Panza. This performance is a collaboration with the Denver Early Music Consort in a performance of Jean-Baptiste Morin's Dom Quixotte and Denver Art Song Project's Mallory Bernstein, pianist accompanies a staged interpretation of the story of Don Quixote with music by Korngold, Ibert, Massenet and Ravel.

Jan 18 | 7:30 pm |  Shadow Theatre Company
Love Triangle in Harold Pinter's Betrayal 
After her marriage to Robert dissolves, Emma meets with her long-time lover, Jerry. The story backtracks nine years, when the extramarital affair first began, spinning a complex web of secrets and romantic entanglements. Nobel Prize-winning playwright, Harold Pinter, peels away the complicated layers of the love triangle in Betrayal, revealing startling truths about the multiple ways people can betray each other. The love-affair-in-reverse comes to Aurora's Vintage Theatre.

Thru Jan 18 | 8:00 pm | Grafenberg Theater
Each quarter, Genre-ly Speaking will present a different genre improv show. This quarter catch an improvised hospital drama with a new story every week.

Jan 19 | 8:00 pm | The Clocktower Cabaret

Thru Jan 18 | 9:00 pm | Grafenberg Theater
The Grafenberg Players will improvise sketch premises developed only 2 HOURS before the show. You will see new ideas and scenes every week. All ages are welcome, but content is uncensored. Come enjoy the hilarity that will undoubtedly ensue!

Jan 19 | 4:00 pm |  Lumber Baron Inn
"Sleightly Impossible" Magic and Comedy show – Now in its 9th season! Come out and see the longest running magic show in Denver! See Matt Brandt and Gene Gordon take you through 90mins of comedy magic. A great show combining classic magic, mayhem and fun! A “Must see show” …”best magic show in Denver”! A great show for a date night or with friends and family. So grab your “significant other” or just a friend… and come out to the show! Tickets are still only $10 for kids 15 yrs and younger, adults $25. Show starts at 4:00 pm, doors open at 3:30 pm.

Jan 19 | 6:00 pm |  Syntax Physic Opera
An improvised thriller and drinking game in the style of Alfred Hitchcock. Enjoy Syntax’s happy hour specials with a side of conspiracy!

Jan 19 | 7:30 pm |  Aurora Fox Arts Center
Hooded, Or Being Black For Dummies by Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm is a timely and irreverent examination of two very different 14-year-old black boys growing up in America. Meeting in a holding cell, Marquis, a book-smart prep-school kid from suburban Maryland meets Tru, a street-savvy Baltimorean. Tru thinks Marquis has lost his “blackness” and pens a manual entitled Being Black for Dummies to help him navigate a world of cheerleaders, Black Lives Matter, 2Pac, Nietzsche, Apollo and Dionysus -- each vying for Marquis’ future.

Jan 19 | 7:30 pm |  Macky Auditorium
BORODIN In the Steppes of Central Asia
RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 1 
Garrick Ohlsson, piano
PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 5
The Boulder Phil presents legendary pianist Garrick Ohlsson and Rachmaninoff’s exciting Piano Concerto No. 1. Prokofiev’s monumental Symphony No. 5, one of the landmarks of 20th-century orchestral repertoire, closes our program of great Russian music.

Jan 19 | 11:00 pm | The Clocktower Cabaret
Take a trip back in time with an ever-changing evening of classic and modern burlesque, circus, and vaudeville artists of all kinds.
Done in the traditional vintage style with a few modern twists, burlesque is a celebration of empowerment, social commentary, satire, beauty, and good old fashioned fun. The show will dazzle and tease with feather boas and fans, satin gloves, glittering costumes, world class aerial artistry, magic, side-splitting comedy, music, plus an enticing menu of champagne, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, you'll feel transported to back in time to the Golden Age of burlesque!

Thru Jan 20 | 7:00 pm & 9:15 pm | Bohemian Biergarten
Join us every Sunday night for the best comedy show in Boulder. Voted "Best Comedy Show in Boulder" by the Denver Westword and the Boulder Weekly, the Boulder Comedy Show brings the some of the best working comedians in the industry right to your backyard. Don't be fooled by imitators, our show is the longest running comedy show in Boulder, and every week we bring you comedians seen on Comedy Central, Netflix, HBO, Showtime, Last Comic Standing, Fallon, Colbert, Kimmel, Ferguson, Letterman, Conan, and so many more. Why drive to Denver to see the best comedians when you can catch them every Sunday, right here in Boulder, CO. 

Jan 20 | 7:00 pm | The Clocktower Cabaret
Science Riot brings Denver's real-life scientists to the Clocktower for one night only as they try stand-up comedy--about their jobs. We'll learn how chemists order coffee, what physicists actually do with particles, and what your doctor really thinks about you. Special guest Dr. Pacifica Sommers--microbiologist, comedienne and Antarctic researcher--will be doing a live Q&A session via satellite from McMurdo Research Station in Antarctica! Bring your questions, and she'll have your answers!

Jan 20 | 8:00 pm | Globe Hall
with Ensemble Faucheux, Patrick Dethlefs, Bar Opens at 6:30PM - Kitchen Closed!
The day after the 2016 presidential election, singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane boarded a train at Penn Station and traveled 8,980 miles around the continental U.S. with no phone or internet access, talking to dozens of strangers in an attempt to better understand his country and fellow citizens. The resulting album, Book of Travelers, marks Gabriels debut for Nonesuch Records. By turns sprawling and intimate, this collection of songs is at once a prayer for empathy and reconciliation, as well as an unflinching examination of the complex and often troubled history of the United States.Over the last decade, Kahane has quietly established himself as a songwriter all his own, grafting a deep interest in storytelling to a keen sense of harmony and rhythm. His major label debut, The Ambassador, a study of Los Angeles seen through the lens of ten street addresses, was hailed by Rolling Stone as one of the years very best albums.Gabriel has collaborated with a diverse array of artists, including Paul Simon, Sufjan Stevens, Andrew Bird, Blake Mills, and Chris Thile, the front man of Punch Brothers, for whom Kahane opened forty concerts in the US in 2015 and 2016. As a composer, he has been commissioned by the American Composers Orchestra, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Carnegie Hall, A Far Cry, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Oregon Symphony, and Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, with whom he toured in the spring of 2013, performing Gabriels Guide to the 48 States, an hour-long cycle on texts from the WPA American Guide Series. Other orchestral highlights have included solo appearances with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Colorado Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, and The Knights, with whom Gabriel recorded his orchestral song cycle Crane Palimpsest, following a performance at Tanglewoods Ozawa Hall.An avid theater Artist, Kahane has appeared twice at the BAM Next Wave Festival, in 2014 with the critically-lauded staged version of The Ambassador, directed by Tony-winner John Tiffany; and returning in 2017 with 8980: Book of Travelers, directed by Daniel Fish. He is also the composer-lyricist of the musical February House, which premiered in 2012 at the Public Theater.A graduate of Brown University and two-time MacDowell Colony fellow, Gabriel lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Jan 20 | 9:30 pm |  The Toad Tavern
This workshop is group game based, designed for folks who've never taken a workshop, are just getting started on their improvisational comedy path, or just think it might be fun to give it a try (it is!). Every Sunday morning, we develop our skills in creating a "group mind," understanding the power of agreement (saying YES), defusing conflict, progressing communication, and most of all, delivering laughter and happiness as we become more playful and collaborative with the group. We'll create a safe, judgement-free space that lends itself to collaboration, support, and exploration. Please join us!

Thru Jan 20 | 7:00 pm |  Buell Theatre
Broadway’s hit crowd-pleaser takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s — where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be.
Bursting with high-energy dance numbers and original doo-wop tunes from the songwriter of Beauty and the Beast — Alan Menken — A Bronx Tale is an unforgettable story of loyalty and family. Academy Award winner Robert De Niro and Tony® winner Jerry Zaks direct this streetwise musical based on Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri’s story that The New York Times hails as “A Critics’ Pick. The kind of tale that makes you laugh and cry.” “A combination of Jersey Boys and West Side Story” (amNewYork).

Thru Jan 20 | Varies| Lakewood Cultural Center
Amalia and Georg are two shop clerks who aren’t quite best of friends. After both respond to a "lonely hearts advertisement" they now live for the letters from their anonymous romantic pen pals, not suspecting that their respective correspondents are none other than each other!
Set in a 1930s European perfumery, “She Loves Me” is a warm romantic comedy with an endearing innocence and a touch of old world elegance. 

Thru Feb 3 | 7:30 pm| The John Hand Theater
Early Classic One-acts by the Nobel Laureate
Did they or didn't they at the Westbury Hotel and who's the strange man in the basement?

Thru Feb 3 | 7:30 pm| Town Hall Arts Center
Nestled in the Catskills—1962’s land of dirty dancing and Borscht Belt comedy—an inconspicuous bungalow colony catered to a very special clientele: heterosexual men who delighted in dressing and acting as women. These white-collar professionals would discreetly escape their families to spend the weekends safely inhabiting their chosen female alter-egos. But given the opportunity to share their secret lives with the world, the members of this sorority had to decide whether the freedom gained by openness was worth the risk of personal ruin. Based on real events and infused with Fierstein’s (La Cage aux Folles, Newsies and Kinky Boots) trademark wit, this moving, insightful, and delightfully entertaining work offers a glimpse into the lives of a group of “self-made women” as they search for acceptance and happiness in their very own Garden of Eden.

Thru Feb 16 |Varies | Curious Theatre Company
The squabbling editorial assistants at one of New York’s most prestigious magazines are all chasing the same dream: a starry life of letters and a book deal before they turn 30. When an ordinary day at the office suddenly becomes a living nightmare, two survivors transform the experience into career-making stories.
Which one of them will get to own the truth? In this “whip-smart satire of fear and loathing” (New York Times)—a 2016 Pulitzer Prize finalist—MacArthur “Genius” Branden Jacobs-Jenkins skewers the cutthroat, opportunistic culture of modern media.

Thru Feb 17 |Varies | Vintage Theatre
A sharp look into the nature of romantic relationships, Harold Pinter’s “Betrayal” starts in 1977 when long time lovers Jerry and Emma meet after her marriage to her husband Robert dissolves, and then backtracks all the way to 1968 when their affair first began.
As the years spin backwards, a complex web of secrets about the trio emerges and calls into question the nature of their intimacy -- as friends, as partners, as spouses. 

Thru Feb 17 |Varies | Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Downtown Convention Center
Could you be dining with a killer? Named "Best Dinner Show" in Los Angeles and Denver for four years running, The Dinner Detective serves up a tasty whodunit along with a four-course dinner at the Embassy Suites. And since this comedic murder mystery is set in the present day, you'll have no way of knowing whether someone at your table is just another guest or one of the talented cast of improvisers. In fact, everyone's a suspect ... including you! The event starts out with a reception featuring passed hors d'oeuvres, followed by the meal, which includes salad, choice of entree and dessert. Between courses you can expect plenty of murder, mayhem and hidden clues coming to light as you puzzle through the crime. The top sleuth even wins a prize package at the end of the evening -- not to mention serious bragging rights.

Thru Mar 3 | Varies| Candlelight Dinner Playhouse
The Little Sisters of Hoboken are in dire need of funds and decide to put on a variety show. Here we meet Reverend Mother Regina, a former circus performer; Sister Mary Hubert, the Mistress of Novices; a streetwise nun from Brooklyn named Sister Robert Anne; Sister Mary Leo, a novice who is a wannabe ballerina; and the delightfully wacky Sister Mary Amnesia, the nun who lost her memory when a crucifix fell on her head.

Thru Apr 28 | Varies |Garner Galleria Theatre & Bar
Xanadu  follows the journey of a magical and beautiful Greek muse, Kira, who descends from the heavens of Mount Olympus to Venice Beach, California in 1980 ...

Thru Apr 28 | Varies |Bug Theatre Company
Denver dances with the Amazing Acro-cats! 
The Amazing Acro-cats Featuring Tuna and the Rock Cats are a troupe of touring performing house cats. This one-of-a-kind, two hour long purrformance features talented domesticated house cats roll on balls, ride skateboards, jump through hoops, and more! 
The finale is the only all-cat band in the entire world - Tuna and the Rock Cats! The current band lineup features Nola on guitar, Asti on drums, Nue on keyboard, and NOW some brand new members: Ahi on woodblocks and Albacore on cowbell, Buggles on trumpet, and Oz on Saxophone. There is even a chicken - Cluck Norris - rockin’ the tambourine! 

Find more weekend activities at    www.denver.org
Dining & Nightlife
Jan 18| 11:00 am | Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge
Join us at Dazzle @ Baur's every Friday from 11:30am -1:30pm for a stellar lunchtime performance with the preeminent ladies of the Denver jazz community performing in the piano duo format. Enjoy Dazzle's fantastic lunch menu while celebrating the individual, unique voices of the women in jazz and the masterful musical ideas and perspectives they share.
No Cover
Jan 18 – Annie Booth Trio
Jan 25 – Carmen Sandim Trio

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge
The OrganiZation is a modern organ led band. Based in the tradition of the likes of Larry Young, Jimmy Smith, and Jack McDuff, and pulsing to the heartbeat of current musical trends.

Jan 18 | 9:30 pm - 11:00 pm | Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge
Heavy players in the building!
A soulful Friday night ensues at the opera once dusk hits. 
Kowan Turner — Drums
Dan Africano — Bass (John Brown's Body)
D.j. Williams — Guitar (Shots Fired)
Matthew Rossmann — Trumpet (Brothers of Brass)
Erik S. Johnson — Sax (Tito Malaga)
Chantil Dukart — Keys
Featuring Brant Williams Group and Venus Cruz!

Jan 19 |9:00 am | Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge
Breakfast reservations can be made here https://dazzledenver.com/saturday-breakfast/ or by clicking the Resy link above.

Jan 19 |9:00 am | Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge
When Ty Morris seized the opportunity to move purposely towards his passion of music he had no idea that almost a decade later this would be the first of many of his dreams to come true.
Today the arranger, songwriter and minister of the Gospel is blazing a trail across the world with singers from across the nation – singing at music festivals, conferences and events with over 100,000 in attendance.
These contemporaries also known as either “The Show” or “The Hit Squad” offer a style that fuses Urban, Hip-Hop, R&B, Gospel, Retro-Funk, Jazz and nuances of Neo-Soul into an electrifying performance that is engaging, uninhibited and life-giving.

Jan 19 |9:00 am | Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge
The Delta Sonics have been playing in Colorado since 1992, and have established themselves as one of the finest blues acts in the area with their solid musicianship and exciting live performances. Their musical stylings include Chicago Blues, West Coast Swing, New Orleans R&B, and some early Rock n’ Roll.
Besides averaging 120 gigs a year, the band was featured at notable regional festivals like the Mile High Blues Festival (2009), Blues From the Top (2006 & 2007) Greeley Blues Fest ( 2006 & 2009)Belvedere Blues Fest ( 2008) , Pearl St. Brews and Blues Fest (2007 & 2009) and the Cherry Creek Arts Festival Main Stage( 2009) to name a few. Al Chesis was one of the only local harmonica players to be featured at the SPAH Convention held in Denver in 2006 and also appeared on Mark Hummel’s Harmonica Blowout with harp heavyweights Magic Dick, Kim Wilson, Jason Ricci, and Mark Hummel himself in Denver and Colorado Springs in October 2008.

Jan 20 |9:00 am - 2:00 pm| Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge
Best Brunch – Readers Choice, Westword
The freshest ingredients are featured each week in a buffet of home-style comfort food. Sip on a Mimosa or Bloody Mary and enjoy the eats while chilling to the sound of the Adam Bodine Trio.

Thru Jul 28 | 9:00 pm - 1:30 am | Mercury Cafe'
Tango Colorado is a Registered Non-Profit Organization founded to promote the culture, dance and music of the Argentine Tango social dance. Weekly Classes, Practica and Milongas at numerous venues throughout Denver, Boulder and beyond. Denver Turnverein based: 1570 Clarkson Street, Denver.
Festivals, Fairs, & Expos
Jan 18 l 1 pm - 7 pm l Denver Mart
Jan 19 l 10 am - 7 pm l Denver Mart
Jan 20 l 10 am - 5 pm l Denver Mart
Join us for the 38th Annual Colorado Indian Market & Southwest Art Fest! This cultural celebration of visual and performing arts will take place at the Denver Mart; a well-known and easily accessible venue near the coinciding National Western Stock Show. This festival features the works of 200 fine artists and craftsmen representing Western & Native US heritage, both contemporary and traditional, alongside colorful dances and entertainment. It's an experience for all who attend & participate!  

Jan 18 l 10 am - 6 pm l First Unitarian Church
Jan 19 l 9 am - 5:30 pm l First Unitarian Church
Jan 20 l 9 am - 4:30 pm l First Unitarian Church
Capitol Hill Concerts is a new concert series hosted by First Unitarian Society of Denver. The concert series includes three phenomenal concerts: Katie Glassman & Snapshot with special guest Celeste Johnson! Old time, Western swing, Americana Friday November 16th Sphere Ensemble Eclectic, innovative string ensemble Saturday January 12th Anima Chamber Ensemble Choral music from the Renaissance to the 21st Century Saturday April 27th All concerts will begin at 7 pm. The cost of the concert series is $40 ($30 students). You may also purchase individual concert tickets for $15 in advance or $20 at the door ($10 for students, free for youth 12 and under). Please visit https://katieglassman.brownpapertickets.com/ to purchase individual tickets for the Katie Glassman concert. Individual tickets for Sphere Ensemble and Anima Chamber Ensemble are not yet available. Support live music, local non-profits, and First Unitarian Denver!

Jan 18 I 1 pm - 7 pm I Colorado Springs Event Center
Jan 19 I 10 am - 6 pm I Colorado Springs Event Center
Jan 20 I 11 am - 4 pm I Colorado Springs Event Center
The Winter Farmers Market will be held on January 12, 2019. Local vendors and producers will sell a variety of locally-grown produce, artisan food products and handcrafted goods. You'll find locally made soaps, wine, chocolate, cheese, jewelry, unique gifts, local vegetables, meats and much more.

Jan 18 l 12 pm - 9 pm l Colorado Convention Center
Jan 19 l 10 am - 4 pm l Colorado Convention Center
The Denver Boat Show will be held on January 18-20, 2019. Explore with several boat dealers to find a number of boats in different styles and designs plus get boating information, accessories, supplies, and watercrafts as well. There will be lots of entertainment and fun for all.

Jan 19 I 12 pm - 5 pm I Estes Park Events Center
Jan 20 I 12 pm - 5 pm I Estes Park Events Center
The Winter Festival will be held on January 19-20, 2019. Taste the award-winning chili and enjoy some great beers. Also there will be kids' activities, retail vendors, live entertainment, BBQ, food and much more. 

Jan 20 l 11am - 4 pm l C olorado Convention Center
The Bridal Show will be held on January 20, 2019. You'll find all the essential services and products needed for your wedding from the day. There will be exhibits related to photography, music, floral decor, food and much more. Attend the runaway fashion show to know about the latest designs and styles. Explore great deals, discounts, prizes and more. 

Thru Jan 28 I 8 am - 8 pm I National Western Complex
The National Western Stock Show, established in 1906, is the premier livestock, rodeo, and horse show in the nation, serving agricultural producers and consumers throughout the world. A 501(c)(3) charitable organization providing education in agriculture, including college and graduate level scholarships in agriculture and veterinary medicine for practice in rural areas.
The National Western Stock Show, one of Colorado’s preeminent tourist destinations, held every January for 16 days. A nationally recognized western heritage and entertainment event, the stock show hosts one of the world’s richest regular season professional rodeos, one of the country’s largest horse shows and Colorado’s largest western trade show, attracting attendance numbers over 650,000 visitors each year.
Throughout this historic event, the National Western strives to strengthen American agriculture through enrichment programs and youth education in livestock, equestrian, farming, ranching, animal awareness and appreciation. We celebrate western lifestyles, our communities, provide life-long memories and family traditions.
Movie Releases
PG-13 | 2 Hour 9 Minutes|Drama / Sci-Fi / Fantasy
Security guard David Dunn uses his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb, a disturbed man who has twenty-four personalities. ~ Provided by Rovi

Adult Life Skills
PG-13 | 1 Hour 36 Minutes|Comedy / Drama
Anna is stuck: she's approaching 30, living like a hermit in her mum's garden shed and wondering why the suffragettes ever bothered. She spends her days making videos using her thumbs as actors - thumbs that bicker about things like whether Yogi Bear is a moral or existential nihilist. But Anna doesn't show these videos to anyone and no one knows what they are for. A week before her birthday her Mum serves her an ultimatum - she needs to move out of the shed, get a haircut that doesn't put her gender in question and stop dressing like a homeless teenager. Naturally, Anna tells her Mum to "back the f-off". However, when her school friend comes to visit, Anna's self-imposed isolation becomes impossible to maintain. Soon she is entangled with a troubled eight year old boy obsessed with Westerns, and the local estate agent whose awkward interpersonal skills continually undermine his attempts to seduce her. ~ Provided by Rovi

Dragon Ball Super: Broly
PG | 1 Hour 40 Minutes|Action / Adventure / Animated
A planet destroyed, a powerful race reduced to nothing. After the devastation of Planet Vegeta, three Saiyans were scattered among the stars, destined for different fates. While two found a home on Earth, the third was raised with a burning desire for vengeance and developed an unbelievable power. And the time for revenge has come. Destinies collide in a battle that will shake the universe to its very core! Goku is back to training hard so he can face the most powerful foes the universes have to offer, and Vegeta is keeping up right beside him. But when they suddenly find themselves against an unknown Saiyan, they discover a terrible, destructive force. Locked into battle with the formidable Broly, Goku and Vegeta face their most dangerous opponent yet! ~ Provided by Rovi

Professional Development
Jan 23 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |  Hilton Garden Inn/Cherry Creek
Ensure every step you take is legally sound and compliant with this HR law training course.
Class Action lawsuits … hints of sexual harassment … regulations for interviewing and hiring. There's no end to the legal pitfalls you face every day and as an HR professional, you're expected to stay on top of it all. Meeting these challenges requires continuing education that keeps you abreast of the latest legal changes along with the best employment practices.
This HR seminar will cover some of the most confusing human resources situations and help you deal with them within the confines of the law. You'll learn to cut your organization's liability risk, create a framework for every manager to follow and sidestep the legal hotspots that can trip up many HR professionals.
Our HR training program will show you how to:
  • Reduce your organization's risk of being held liable in employee management situations
  • Navigate the complexities of employment law and the court's interpretation of it
  • Avoid danger zones that can trip up even the most seasoned HR professional
  • Develop a consistent approach for every manager to use in handling employee issues
  • Meet the demands of changing legislation and varying interpretations of laws such as:
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
  • Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA)
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  • Create a workplace environment that treats employees both fairly and legally
  • Implement new employment management techniques that boost productivity
  • Eliminate all forms of harassment and discrimination to create a safe work environment for all
  • And much more!

Jan 29 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm | Holiday Inn East - Stapleton
Effective management techniques that result in positive performance
Problem employees are lurking in every workplace …
And wherever they are, you can be sure they're costing the organization plenty — in lowered morale, lost opportunities, and decreased productivity. In fact, the price can be so high that it's foolish to try to overlook or brush aside the problem. If you supervise an employee who has behavior or attitude problems, you need to take action — now!
Gain the tools you need to deal with problem employees … and turn them around with this informative training workshop!
This dynamic seminar gives you answers to your toughest questions, quickly and clearly. With this program, you'll learn the smart methods that help you get control over the problem people who plague your workplace … without the resentment and anger that some outdated approaches can generate. Best of all, you'll discover how to tailor an individual approach for each employee's unique situation — a custom strategy that greatly increases your chances of success!

Jan 29 - Jan 31 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |  Staybridge Suites DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Certificate Program For HR Generalists - Human Resources Certificate Training Seminar
At Last - A Program That Provides Practical Solutions to Your Everyday HR Challenges!
As an HR Generalist, you are expected to be an expert in every human resource function, including everything from hiring to compensation to payroll to performance management to the numerous employment laws such as the FMLA, ADA, COBRA, FLSA, IRCA, and others. 
Not only do you need to have a strong knowledge base in all areas, but even more importantly, you need to be able to apply your knowledge to the daily situations that arise in your workplace.
Key Benefits Of Attending The Certificate Program For HR Generalists:
This course has been designed to provide you with practical solutions to the HR challenges you confront everyday. 
You'll get the vital knowledge you need to succeed - plus the critical strategies to perfect your HR skills. By attending this three-day training program, you will:
  • Discover best practices and indispensable strategies for every HR function 
  • Acquire the practical knowledge and tools you need to navigate employment law landmines 
  • Get to practice what you learn through "real-life" case studies!
  • Network with HR professionals from across the country in an exciting location
  • Earn an "HR Generalist Certificate" that enhances your professional growth
  • Earn 18 PHR / SPHR re-certification credit hours!
Sporting Events
Jan 18 | 1:30 pm | The Denver Coliseum
Jan 19 | 11:00 am | The Denver Coliseum
Jan 20 | 6:30 am | The Denver Coliseum

Jan 18 | 7:00 pm |   1st Bank Center

Jan 19 | 10:00 am | Jax Outdoor Gear
This concealed carry class fulfills the training requirements set forth in section 18-12-203 of the Colorado State firearms statute to qualify for a Colorado Concealed Handgun Permit. Class eligibility is determined at the state level and our class is state-approved, therefore all Colorado county sheriffs will honor our course curriculum.

Jan 19 | 1:00 pm | Pepsi Center

Jan 19 | 6:00 pm |  Hamilton Gym - University of Denver

Jan 19 | 7:07 pm | Ritchie Center

Jan 19 | 6:00 pm | Pepsi Center

Jan 20 | 1:00 pm | Pepsi Center

Jan 13 | 6:00 pm | Pepsi Center

Jan 20 | 1:00 pm | Ritchie Center

Jan 20 | 4:00 pm | Ritchie Center

Thru Jun 11 | 6 pm - 9 pm |    Volleyball Internacional
Drop In is the perfect opportunity for you to play three straight hours of volleyball! Come by yourself, invite a friend or bring your entire team to practice. We have multiple volleyball courts and each offers a different level of play so you’ll find the perfect fit for you. All skill levels are welcome.
Things To Do Outdoors
Jan 19 I 10:00 am I Ft. Collins I 5K Run/Walk
Jan 19 I 11:15 am I Ft. Collins I 1 Mile,Run/Walk
Jan 19 I 11:45 am I Ft. Collins I Polar Plunge Start
Enjoy a beautiful run around the reservoir with views of Fort Collins Foothills. After your run show how brave you are and take the dive into the icy water!

Jan 20 I 10:00 am I Wash Park
This is Denver and every day is a day to play outside, no matter what the weather may hold. So why not keep motivated and take on the RunDenver Series? The RunDenver Series is the original Colorado run/walk series with five (5) great events with varying distances from 5K's to our Half Marathon. In 2018, we were voted by readers of Colorado Runner Magazine as  "THE BEST RUN SERIES IN COLORADO!"

Jan 20 I 10 am I Louisville
We're creating a better existence for ourselves and our neighbors by offering local racing events in partnership with local businesses which benefit local charities.  
You'll find that our business partners represented on race day are locally owned and operated, if not in the city of the race, within the State of Colorado. Additionally, each Charity Partner is operating within the City of the specific event and meets some kind of humanitarian need.  

Jan 20 I 10:00 am I Lakewood I 5K
Jan 20 I 10:08 am I Lakewood I 10K
This 5k/10k run is brought to you by Racing Underground. Conveniently located on the scenic west side of metro Denver, Bear Creek Lake Park is known for it's diverse bird and waterfowl population as well as stunning views of the foothills.

Thru Jan 6 I Varies I Belmar
Belmar kicks off its 14th season of ice skating at the coolest place in town: The Rink at Belmar. Whether it's a family tradition or a first date, the 7000-square foot outdoor ice rink located on the Belmar Plaza is the place for good times this winter.

Thru Jan 6 I Varies I Skyline
Now in it’s 9th season, the Downtown Denver Rink offers free ice skating seven days a week from November 20th, 2018 until February 3rd, 2019. Plus, check out the amazing programming. From Snowga to Broomball – we got your winter plans set!
Entry is free! Skate rentals are $6 for kids 12 & under and $8 for adults 13 & older. Purchase your season pass at the Rink for $35 for kids 12 and under and $50 for adults. Skaters are welcome to bring their own skates.

Thru Jan 6 I Varies I DIA
Returning in 2018 for it's 3rd year, the FREE Ice skating on the DEN Plaza. There truly is Snow Place Like DEN for the Holidays! Check back for special performances and appearances on the ice. *Weather Permitting.

Thru Jan 6 I Varies I Evergreen
Entering the park and lake area is at your own risk. Ice and lake conditions are subject to nature and changing constantly. Stay alert and be aware of park rules and regulations. If you have any questions please call Lake House at 720-880-1300. Leash laws extend to animals on all vessels/water craft, as well. Must have a leash on at ALL times on land and on vessels. Absolutely no soliciting of any kind and no charcoal grills are allowed on the park or lake property.

Thru Jan 6 I Varies I Beaver Creek Village
Located in the center of Beaver Creek Village, the Beaver Creek Ice Rink offers endless family-friendly fun. Teach the little ones to skate, take a spin around the rink with your sweetie, or sit back on one of the plush couches that line the rink and kick your feet up. Beaver Creek ice skating provides endless fun for kids young and old and is a great activity for families and groups.

Thru Feb 3 I Varies I Southlands
A highlight of winter is the Southlands skating rink Enjoy ice skating with friends and family on The Pond daily.

Thru Jan 21 I Varies I Colo Springs
Thousands of special events and activities take place Downtown every year, most produced by a wide variety of civic and cultural organizations. Downtown Partnership, through its charitable arm Downtown Ventures, produces several of its own programs specifically designed to lure more people Downtown for arts, culture, learning and exploring.

Thru Mar 1 I Varies I Steamboat Springs
Colorado sleigh rides mean warm, snuggly blankets, crisp, winter air and the gentle jingle of bells tinkling to the rhythmic stride of strapping horses. They also mean elegant dinners, lush local Colorado wines, convivial conversation, roaring fires and decadent desserts. Sleigh rides in Colorado are much more than circling around a track, they’re fodder for vacation-defining moments and stories to share back home.

Thru Mar 31 I Varies I Denver Union Station
Plan a ski day, weekend, or week and take the Amtrak Winter Park Express from Denver Union Station to the base of Winter Park Resort from January 4 - March 31, 2019. The Winter Park Express runs Saturdays and Sundays only, plus the first two Fridays of each month (January 4 and 11, February 1 and 8, and March 1 and 8).
Book your travel on this historic train trip, which originated in 1912, at the early bird price of $29/one way on select departures. Book early before the one way $29 discount tickets are sold out. All other tickets are priced at $39, $49 and then $59 respectively. Pricing is subject to availability and only a limited number of seats are available for each train and each price level.
Discounted tickets are sold on a first come first served basis.
With one-way tickets and service on Saturday and Sunday you can make it a day trip, a weekend-long trip or an extended vacation. Customize your length of stay at Winter Park Resort and get as much skiing/riding in as you'd like. Buy your tickets early.
Instead of enduring delays and back-ups on I-70, you can now relax and enjoy the scenery while we do the driving.
Deep-Fried Peanut Butter Cups
Jan 18 | 3:15 pm | Rock Bottom Brewery
Jan 19 |12:00 pm | Rock Bottom Brewery
Jan 19 | 3:15 pm | Wynkoop Brewery
Jan 20 | 3:15 pm | Wynkoop Brewery
Discover why Denver is nicknamed the ‘Napa Valley of Craft Beer’ on a fun and social beer tour and pub crawl through the historic Lower Downtown (LoDo) district. Pop in to four local breweries to taste more than 10 samples of Colorado craft beer with an expert hops-, ale-, and lager-loving guide. Find out how Denver became the center of the craft brewing movement in the West, and walk off all those tastings with a jaunt through the city’s oldest and most dynamic neighborhood.

Jan 18 |Varies | Denver Union Station
Jan 19 |Varies | Denver Union Station
Jan 20 |Varies | Denver Union Station
Discover the highlights and history of the Mile-High City on this 3-hour sightseeing tour of Denver. A knowledgeable guide will whisk you around to see top urban attractions, including the State Capital, the United States Mint, the Denver Art Museum, 16th Street Mall, and Larimer Square. Scope out historic Victorian homes on Capitol Hill as you learn how Denver grew from a miner’s camp during the silver boom to Colorado’s modern cultural capital.

Jan 18 | Varies |  Marco's Coal Fired Pizzeria
Jan 19 | Varies | Marco's Coal Fired Pizzeria
Jan 20 | Varies |  Marco's Coal Fired Pizzeria
Eat your way through downtown Denver's ever-changing dining scene on a walking food tour that lets you sample six of the best restaurants in town, all in one afternoon. Discover award-winning eateries plus farm-to-table meats, authentic Neapolitan pizza, and a specialty product featured on ‘Top Chef.’ In between bites, learn about Denver's Wild West history and pass landmarks like the city’s oldest jazz club.

Jan 18 |9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Denver
Breckenridge is a picturesque winter wonderland with numerous activities from downtown Breckenridge including tubing, shopping, sledding, gondola rides and more. Join us on a this incredible full day tour up to the mountains. The day starts at Red Rocks Amphitheater, Colorado’s stunning music venue, followed by Georgetown, CO, also known as the “Silver Queen of Colorado,” due to its rich silver mining history. Next you’ll make your way up to beautiful Breckenridge, which sits at the base of the Rockies. The town’s Main St. is lined with Victorian shops and a river which provides a for peaceful walk. The perfect mini vacation to a local favorite ski town!

Jan 18 |9:00 am - 1:00 pm | Denver Union Station
The Denver foothills are packed with some of Colorado's best sights, from Red Rocks Amphitheater to Lookout Mountain and scenic Lariat Loop. Over the course of this 4 hour tour from Denver that explores the scenic foothills, get panoramic views of the mountain surroundings and stroll through small, historic towns before stopping in Evergreen for drinks. It's a quick escape from the big city buzz and a taste of life in the mountains, and one you can easily fit in a day when touring the "Mile High" City.

Jan 18 |9:00 am - 5:00 pm | From Denver's Union Station
Jan 18 |9:45 am - 4:30 pm | From Boulder's Peet's Coffee @ 29th Street Mall
Climb from the streets of the "Mile High City" to Rocky Mountain National Park, on a day trip that showcases the rugged beauty of Colorado's mountains. Weave through small, historic towns and drive over alpine passes, as you scan the horizon for mountain wildlife like elk, black bears, or moose. Take a breath of fresh mountain air while hiking out on the trails, and feel like you're standing on top of the world up here on America's backbone.

Jan 19 | Varies |  Conifer
Jan 20| Varies | Conifer
Experience the thrill of soaring through a Rocky Mountain landscape on some of the longest ziplines in Colorado! Whiz through the fresh alpine air and admire the scenic landscape below on a series of cables totaling more than 6,000 feet (1,828 m) in length. Soak up some of Colorado’s famous sunshine while you hike between the tracks.

Jan 19 | Varies |  Tivoli Brewing Company
Jan 20 | Varies | Tivoli Brewing Company
Uncover the secrets and scandals of downtown Denver on a haunted history tour. Go behind the scenes at Denver's oldest brewery, stop by a hotel where long-departed guests refuse to check out, and hear tales of vigilante justice from the city’s wild west days. A costumed guide helps bring the chilling tales to life, while provided ghost-hunting equipment lets you look for lingering spirits at the Mile-High City's paranormal hotspots.

Jan 18 |7:30 pm or 8:30 pm | Celtic on Market
Jan 19 |7:30 pm or 8:30 pm | Celtic on Market
Uncover Denver’s weird and wild Old West past on an evening pub tour and ghost hunt that takes you to some of the city’s oldest watering holes. Grab a drink from the bar and listen as a costumed saloon madam or sheriff guide relates tales of untimely tragedy and strange happenings from the city’s days as a silver boom town. Visit four historic pubs as you wind through downtown Denver, discovering hidden clues that tell of the strange and paranormal side of the Mile High City.

Thru Jan 19 | 11:00 am - 4:00 pm | Mile High Wine Tours
Thru Jan 19 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Mile High Wine Tours
Come see why Zagat just ranked Denver the 4th Hottest Food City in America. Explore the city's best dining and learn fun and unique history from the Mile High City on this downtown walking food tour. 
You’ll taste a gourmet hot dog from one of Forbes’ Magazine's top 10 hot dog joints in the U.S., enjoy a slice of authentic Neapolitan pizza from the only pizzeria in Colorado certified by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana in Italy, visit a nose-to-tail butcher that sources meat from local Colorado ranchers, taste delicious sheep's milk cheese featured on the show Top Chef on Bravo, sample unique Southwestern cuisine and visit a restaurant run by the James Beard Award winner for Best Chef in the Southwest.*

Jan 24 | 9:30 am or 12:00 pm | Cherokee Ranch & Castle
Cherokee Castle’s unique architecture combines aspects of the Western United States and a 1450’s Scottish-style castle built in the 1920’s. The Castle is home to historic collections of fine art, furnishings and memorabilia from around the world.
A guided Tour of the Castle offers an intimate look upon one of Colorado’s finest hidden gems and all of the treasures housed inside. The history of Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation and the legacy of founder, Tweet Kimball, leaves guests with a great appreciation for education, conservation, the arts and wildlife. 
Public Castle Tours are 90 minutes long 
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