What’s worth knowing this week in Denver October 6 – 11, 2017? Why Denver’s first ever Breakfast Burrito Day gets you $1.25 burritos, beer discounts at the library, and a few more things to know…
You’re not imagining it. Butterflies really have taken over Denver this week. It seems every time I’ve gone for a walk the last few days I’ve been accompanied down the street literally by dozens. It’s a little surreal…almost like those scenes in fairy tales where tweeting bluebirds dance overhead. I was starting to think I was going a little bit crazy but it turns out it’s been happening all over the city.
Is it any surprise that Denver’s RiNo just made Lonely Planet’s top 10 of best U.S. neighborhoods to visit?
What you need to know about Denver’s next food hall.
If you didn’t make it to Great American Beer Festival this week, you can still sample the GABF award-winning beers at these local spots.
Local outdoor recreation store Feral Mountain Co. has launched an Indiegogo campaign for their first in-house product, an basecamp journal designed to be both functional and aspirational
City officials recently mapped out a blueprint for the next 20 years for the city’s parks, which includes a plaza much like San Fran’s Union Square.
If you’re a dog owner and will be flying soon, you’ll want to check out the custom solar doghouses on display at DIA right now.
What are you up to this weekend? I’ll be spending a little time reflecting on how it’s possible that my baby sister is turning 40 today (happy birthday, little sis!) and partaking in a midwestern potluck called booyah. Also, thinking these might be good options to check out…Art Feast, Berkeley Beer and Spirits Mini Fest, Festival of Scarecrows, and Mile High Pierogi Festival. Plus some fun things to do with the kiddos and more October happenings here.
Enjoy the weekend!
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