I love finding the perfect little something to add to someone’s life. But I’ve learned that sometimes that perfect little something can’t quite fit in a box. Sometimes the best gifts are those you don’t unwrap, but rather those that unfold before you. I’m talking about experience gifts…and these are some of my favorite Denver experience gifts to give (and to get!).
Find these awesomely cheeky candles by Craftboner at tomorrow’s Yes Please Maker’s Market in North Denver. (Psst…as you might guess, “Humans Being Nice to Each Other” smells as good as it sounds.)
What’s worth knowing this week in Denver December 8 – 14, 2017? Denver Top Chef season debuts, where to find the best seasonal Denver beers, and which pop-up market will be selling these saucy candles. Plus, a few more things to know…
If you haven’t started shopping yet, not to worry. This is the first part of our two-part Denver Holiday Gift Guide, which will help you find the best gifts around Denver…without ever setting foot in a shopping mall. Come back next week for the Holiday Gift Guide, Part II: The Best Denver Experiences to Give.
eBay’s Airstream will be popping up at Denver Christkindl early next week. Here actress Kat Graham pops into the “Did You Check eBay?” Holiday Deals Airstream before it arrives in Denver. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for eBay)
What’s worth knowing this week in Denver December 1 – 7, 2017? Wazee’s Supper Club closing, eBay’s Airstream pops up in Denver, and Colorado winter bucket list to-dos.
Carolers sing at Cherry Creek North’s Winterfest. Image courtesy of Cherry Creek North.
December in Denver has no shortage of holiday markets, light celebrations, Santa sightings and New Year’s events. Here are a few more things to do in Denver in December 2017…
A thank you to my neighborhood Tennyson Street Denver small businesses…for building a sense of community and making our lives better.
Go ahead…skip Black Friday. Because this Small Business Saturday Denver stores across the city are holding unbelievable deals. Get the details on your favorite independent shops and boutiques here so you can cross everyone off your holiday shopping list without ever stepping foot in a shopping mall.
What’s worth knowing this week in Denver November 17 – 23, 2017? The Union Station Whole Foods finally opened and the rumors about the mac and cheese bar are true. (Try the lobster!) Plus, The Winter Passport is back and how to celebrate Thanksgiving in Denver without cooking your own turkey. And a few more things to know…
Author photo copyright Joanna Wittig 2017
Colorado author Emily Littlejohn’s follow-up thriller, A Season to Lie, takes place in a sleepy Colorado ski town and leads the reader on a gruesome murder mystery.
Don’t you just hate it when your parents make you get all fancy for holiday photos? Molly’s Spirits is hosting a Holiday Pet Portrait and Adoption event on November 18 to benefit Life is Better Rescue. Image courtesy of Molly’s Spirits; copyright Rayna McGinnis Photography.
What’s worth knowing this week in Denver November 10 – 16, 2017? Where you can order a drink AND shoes, Whole Foods at Union Station is opening (and some local businesses are inside!), why this dog is wearing a hat, and your other Thanksgiving options. Plus, a few more things to know…