What’s worth knowing this week in Denver January 20-26, 2017? Don’t drive yourself to tomorrow’s Women’s March on Denver and more event details. Plus, Mavis the Magical BookBar Bookmobile and where to get a fried chicken banh mi.
It’s Inauguration Day, and I find it hard to think about much else. Though that’s certainly not for a lack of local happenings. It seems everyone I know is talking about the Women’s March on Denver tomorrow. The Denver Post is predicting a gathering of 40,000 (and not just women!) and advising all to find other ways to get there besides driving. RTD is adding extra routes as well as additional free MallRide shuttles. Check out the Denver Post Women’s March on Denver guide for more details. And, if you’re looking for a little background, 5280 Magazine has the scoop on how the Denver march came to be.
Here are a few more Denver tidbits worth knowing this week…
Northwest Denver’s BookBar is going mobile with the recent purchase of the Mavis the Magical BookBar Bookmobile.
Oskar Blues’ first Denver CHUBurger just opened in RiNo. And, the Post Chicken and Beer has opened its first Denver location where you can enjoy a fried chicken banh mi alongside green chile mac and cheese.
Are you marching this weekend? What else are you up to? Here are a few more interesting options…Colorado Blue Ball: A Ball for All, Bourbon and Bacon Fest, Beer and Cookie Pairing (Two Parts), Denver Zoo Free Days, and the final weekend of the National Western Stock Show. Plus, more things to do with your kids this week in Denver.
Enjoy the weekend!
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