What’s worth knowing this week in Denver September 1 – 7, 2017? How to celebrate Labor Day if you’re not leaving town and which area businesses are raising funds for Hurricane Harvey relief. Plus, a few more things to know…
A number of Denver bars and restaurants are raising funds for Harvey relief this week. (Check this list too from 5280…there’s a little overlap, but worth looking at both.)
Football season has officially arrived. If you cut the cable cord too, these Denver (and Denver-adjacent) bars are your best bets for cheering on your favorite teams.
In town this past week for his annual comedy festival, Denver’s own T.J. Miller just posted a somewhat random Yelp review of The Thin Man.
Need a little date night inspiration? Here are 11 ideas for Denver date nights. (If you need more help, Denver Date Night will actually plan your date nights for you.)
Little Man Ice Cream is expanding with a new location on Colfax near Sloan’s Lake.
The LoDo District recently launched the free Explore LoDo app, a new way to help you navigate LoDo and keep track of downtown happenings.
September 5 is World Art Drop Day, where people worldwide hide and find art via clues on social media. Denver artists will be hiding art all over the city. Get inspired tonight at this Pre-Art Drop Day Art-Making Party with Go Play Denver and ReCreative.
I’ve mentioned in the past that this artist is designing flags to celebrate Denver neighborhoods...he now plans to complete designs for all 78 neighborhoods.
Got a fourth grader at home? Starting today, all fourth graders and their families get free admission to national parks through next August.
Who doesn’t love a 3-day holiday weekend? A Taste of Colorado returns and here’s everything you need to know about it (and how to get around town with all those street closures). 5280 has a last-minute guide for enjoying Labor Day weekend and here are 9 more things to do in Denver this weekend. Plus, so many more things to do in September!
Happy Labor Day weekend!
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