Mala making with Sarita
Sep
27
6:00 PM18:00

Mala making with Sarita

Come on over to Bar Max's and get your chart read, then sit down with Sarita to create 2 mala bracelets. One bracelet will be based on your chart, the other is your choice, picking from a variety of stones from Tibet.

Sarita owns Tibetan Imports, is well versed in astrology and has a wonderful collection of stones. Grab a drink first and mingle with friends, then make some malas!

xoxo SC

Price $45

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Sweet William Market
Sep
28
9:00 AM09:00

Sweet William Market

  • 29th and Syracuse Denver, CO 80238 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Sweet William Market™ is a vintage and lifestyle market offering a refreshing alternative for shoppers who are on the hunt for uncommon treasures that move beyond the ordinary. Each market is an event reflecting the unique, eclectic, and urban character of the Stapleton neighborhood, hosting a top-notch variety of artisans and collectors, musicians, non-profit organizations, and food vendors.
Market Dates
May 25, September 28, and December 7 & 8
Times
The market is open to shoppers from 9-2pm. Set up begins as early as 6:30.
Location Founders Green, Stapleton: 29th & Syracuse right in the heart of the Stapleton Neighborhood at the base of the 29th Avenue Town Center. Founders Green is a charming grassy spot flanked with wide sidewalks, large annual planters, shady trees and picnic tables. Of course that would be chilly for the December show, so we’ll take it inside at Stapleton’s new indoor event center in Northfield.


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Greater Park Hill Community Annual Meeting
Oct
3
6:00 PM18:00

Greater Park Hill Community Annual Meeting

  • 2401 East Colfax Avenue Denver, CO, 80206 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

GPHC’s Annual Meeting will be held on Thurs, October 3rd at 6:00pm at the Carla Madison Recreation Center rooftop event space. Dinner will be provided and the program will include a keynote presentation, board elections, and volunteer recognition.

2401 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206

More information here

RSVP Here

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 Furry First Fridays: Dog Adoption Rescue Event
Oct
4
4:00 PM16:00

Furry First Fridays: Dog Adoption Rescue Event

Stanley Marketplace has teamed up with Moms and Mutts: Colorado Rescue for Pregnant and Nursing Dogs for a second year to bring you a series of puppy and mama adoption events the first Friday of every month from May through October.

On each Furry First Friday, MAMCO will bring dozens of rescued pups and some of their mama dogs to the west patio of Stanley for a community adoption event. We hope lots of you will help us find forever homes for these adorable canine friends. Applications for adoption may be filled out in advance atwww.mamcorescue.orgAnd we highly recommend filling out applications early, as our Furry First Friday adoption events have been popular. Adoption fees vary, but all include spaying or neutering, a microchip, up-to-date vaccinations and de-working, a rabies vaccine, and 30 days of pet insurance. We'll share details and photos about each month's event and the dogs who will be available at each one, too. Please help us spread the word by tagging and sharing and sending to your friends who love animals!

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 6-month 200hr Yoga Teacher Training at Kindness: Fall 2019
Oct
5
9:30 AM09:30

6-month 200hr Yoga Teacher Training at Kindness: Fall 2019

Develop your yoga teaching skills with our signature core Vinyasa teacher training curriculum. Focus on creative and effective sequencing, pose knowledge, pranayama (breathwork and breathing cues), demonstration, assists, taking the seat of the teacher, and much more. Our upcoming 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training at the Stanley Marketplace will take place over the course of 6 months, starting on October 5th 2019. Weekends: October 5-6 November 2-3 November 16-17 November 23-24 December 14-15 January 11-12 January 25-26 February 8-9 February 22-23 March 7-8 Details and Logistics Location: Kindness Stanley Marketplace Address: 2501 Dallas Street, Aurora, CO 80010 Dates: October 5, 2019 - March 8, 2020 Schedule: Ten Weekends, Saturdays and Sundays, 9:30am-6:30pm Lead Trainers: Kiayan Reuter, Jordan Smiley Emphasis: Vinyasa Flow Investment: $2700 (single payment) -OR- $3100 ($500 non-refundable deposit secures your place; $2600 balance due by the end of training). **Save $200 with our Early Bird Discount if you enroll by September 5th!** Need a payment plan? Reach out to us at training@kindnesscollective.com.

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Wine Education Series
Oct
9
7:00 PM19:00

Wine Education Series

The MCA's Fall wine education series features an educational aspect to wine tasting. Each education series will feature a particular wine theme with 6 to 8 different wines. This sit down tasting will be lead by a wine educator from The Vineyard Wine Shop. Tickets are $20 and go up to $40 the day of the event. Must be 21+ to attend.

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Active Minds Seminar
Oct
10
1:00 PM13:00

Active Minds Seminar

Active Minds presents Ragtime & the Music of Scott Joplin 

Join Active Minds for a musical journey into the world of Ragtime and Scott Joplin. We will examine its origins in African American traditions, emergence among Tin Pan Alley tunes, and surge in popularity in the early 20th century. We will also explore some of Joplin’s most significant works, from piano rags to other progressive compositions as he paved the way as one of the most successful African American composers of his day.

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 Four Mile Historic Park Free Day
Oct
11
12:00 PM12:00

Four Mile Historic Park Free Day

Travel back to 1859…for free! Enjoy historic demonstrations, a tour of the Four Mile House Museum—a Denver landmark!—and meeting our many farm animals. General admission is free on the second Friday of each month courtesy of the support provided by your Scientific & Cultural Facilities District. Four Mile House Museum Tours can accommodate up to 10 guests and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Sorry, no pets allowed.

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Fall Film Series-The Cove
Oct
11
7:00 PM19:00

Fall Film Series-The Cove

Join the MCA this fall at The Cube for the Fall Film Series!

This fall we will be featuring a powerful documentary every Friday in the month of October. On October 11th we will be showing the documentary, The Cove. The Cove is the story of activists who set out on a mission to penetrate a hidden cove in Japan, exposing a deadly secret.

Dr. Vincent Piturro will be present to lead an educational discussion before each film. This event begins at 7:00pm and is $5 per ticket. Residents, bring your resident card and receive a $4 credit at our concession stand! The concession stand will sell beer, wine, soda & popcorn. The Cube is located at 8371 Northfield Blvd.

*no refunds

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Candy Crawl
Oct
12
3:00 PM15:00

Candy Crawl

  • The Shops at Northfield Stapleton (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us for a FREE, family-friendly, Halloween-inspired CANDY CRAWL on Saturday, October 12 from 3 - 5 pm. We will have entertainment; face painters, balloon art, a fire dancer, "Thriller" dancers, a hay ride, crafts by Whimsy Paint & Sip, a photo costume contest, The Colorado Rapids' Prize Wheel, Ghostbusters with Ecto-1 and more. Candy available at participating retailers, WHILE SUPPLIES LAST-first come, first serve. The Denver Police Department District 5 will also be here passing out candy and showing off some of their cool police cars! Autowash Stapleton will be offering a trunk-or-treat (with 30 or so show cars), while supplies last! Thank you to our non-profit partner, The Urban Farm at Stapleton for supplying limited pumpkins to purchase (in various sizes) to benefit their organization and animals. They will have the 4 H Kids here to provide education and information on their animals! Thank you to Rocket Fizz for sponsoring a portion of our candy! For details on the Paint your Pumpkin Craft, Hay Rides, Costume Contest and Participating Retailers please visit: www.NorthfieldStapleton.com/Events.

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Clyfford Stills Museum Free Day
Oct
15
10:00 AM10:00

Clyfford Stills Museum Free Day

Free all day (10 a.m.–5 p.m.) on Thursday, January 24; Sunday, February 17; Tuesday, March 26 (Spring Break); Sunday, April 28 (Dia del Niño); Wednesday, May 22; Tuesday, June 18; Wednesday, July 17; Saturday, August 3 (Summer Family Day); Thursday, September 12; Tuesday, October 15; Saturday, November 2 (10 a.m.–10 p.m. for Night at the Museums); and Wednesday, December 18. A complimentary guided tour of the galleries takes place at 2 p.m. on these dates. Tours last about 45 minutes and are limited to 30 people. First come, first served!

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Fall Film Series-Saving Face & Open Heart
Oct
18
7:00 PM19:00

Fall Film Series-Saving Face & Open Heart

Join the MCA this fall at The Cube for the Fall Film Series!

This fall we will be featuring a powerful documentary every Friday in the month of October.

On October 18th we will be showing a double feature! The first movie in the double feature is, Saving Face. Saving face is the award winning film about a doctor who returns to Pakistan to help those scarred by acid attacks.

The second movie we will be showing is, Open Heart. Open Heart is a film about eight gravely ill Rwandan children who travel to the Salam Center, Africa's only free-of-charge, state-of-the-art cardiac hospital, to receive life-saving heart surgery.

Dr. Vincent Piturro will be present to lead an educational discussion before each film. This event begins at 7:00pm and is $5 per ticket. Residents, bring your resident card and receive a $4 credit at our concession stand! The concession stand will sell beer, wine, soda & popcorn. The Cube is located at 8371 Northfield Blvd.

*no refunds

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Boo at the Zoo
Oct
19
9:00 AM09:00

Boo at the Zoo

Trick and treat your little ghosts, goblins and other assorted beasts to the ultimate creature feature, brought to you by Your Hometown Toyota Stores! The whole family will enjoy creepy-crawly animal demonstrations, trick-or-treat stations, jugglers, character meet-and-greets and other family-friendly live entertainment—all surrounded by vibrant fall foliage.

• Trick-or-treating stations

• Jugglers + more

• Character meet-and-greets

• Creepy-crawly animal demos

• Family-friendly live entertainment

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Boo at the Zoo
Oct
20
9:00 AM09:00

Boo at the Zoo

Trick and treat your little ghosts, goblins and other assorted beasts to the ultimate creature feature, brought to you by Your Hometown Toyota Stores! The whole family will enjoy creepy-crawly animal demonstrations, trick-or-treat stations, jugglers, character meet-and-greets and other family-friendly live entertainment—all surrounded by vibrant fall foliage.

• Trick-or-treating stations

• Jugglers + more

• Character meet-and-greets

• Creepy-crawly animal demos

• Family-friendly live entertainment

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 Conception Art Show
Oct
24
5:00 PM17:00

Conception Art Show


You are invited to attend the Conception Art Show. A "pop-up" event presenting the work of 35 local artists. Live music Complimentary appetizer hour Cash bar Guests will have the opportunity to purchase something original for their home or workplace without incurring a gallery commission. The immersive exhibit, active in 12 cities around the U.S. is the brainchild of New York City Business Journals, “2016 Woman of Influence,” Rachel Wilkins. The organization, founded in 2011 in NYC, hosts one-night 'pop-up' art events in 12 cities around the U.S. while additionally providing guidance and support for artists and makers looking to sell or promote their work, both online and in person. "Bringing art to life in a way you can truly connect with is paramount to us here at Conception." - Conception Arts Co-founder, Rachel Wilkins explains. "There are few other opportunities like this. The environment is unique and the art is wonderful" - Dallas Style & Design Magazine (September 2017 Issue) "Must See" - Paper Magazine (2015) https://conceptionarts.com/show/66191349107/Conception%20Art%20Show%20-%20Denver

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Active Minds Seminar
Oct
24
6:30 PM18:30

Active Minds Seminar

Active Minds presents Colorado Ghost Stories  

Join Active Minds as we tiptoe through the haunted houses and ghoulish graveyards of the area. We will tell the ghost stories associated with the Stanley Hotel, Cheesman Park, the Molly Brown House, and more as we visit the past and the past visits with us a bit.

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An Evening with W. Bruce Cameron, Book Talk & Signing
Oct
24
7:00 PM19:00

An Evening with W. Bruce Cameron, Book Talk & Signing

Description

Please join Tattered Cover for a special evening with New York Times and USA Today bestselling author W. Bruce Cameron. He will discuss and sign his new novel A Dog's Promise (A Dog's Purpose #3) ($26.99 Forge Books).

A Dog's Promise continues the story of Bailey, the good dog whose journey started in A Dog's Purpose and continued in A Dog's Journey (both major motion pictures). This time, Bailey is joined by Lacey, another very special dog, who helps Bailey fulfill his promise over the course of several lives.

This charming, wise canine soul brings joy, laughter, and comfort as he unites a family fractured by life's inevitable obstacles. The love and loyalty of these two memorable dogs shows us the incredible power of hope, truth, and unending devotion in this moving novel by award-winning author W. Bruce Cameron.

A limited number of tickets are available now through Eventbrite.


**Important Event and Ticket Information**

-- Tickets are $26.99 (plus tax and convenience fee), include a copy of A Dog's Promise (A Dog's Purpose #3) and a place in the signing line.

-- Presentation begins at 7:00 pm, signing to follow.

-- Check in begins at 5:00 pm.

-- Ticket guarantees you a spot in the signing line, but seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

-- The end time of this event is an estimate.

-- Event tickets are available online ONLY, through Eventbrite. Tickets will not be sold in-store.

-- Ticketed customers will be called up to the signing line after the presentation, sequentially by row. i.e. The closer to the front you sit, the earlier you will be in the signing line.

--If you are unable to attend the event, your book will be held for one month after the date of the event. There is no guarantee the book will be signed if you are unable to attend.


** DISCLAIMER: Event details, signing rules and restrictions are subject to changes beyond our control, and often change up to, and during the event. Thank you for your understanding.

When you purchase a ticket, or register for an event, you will automatically be added to the Tattered Cover's email subscriber list. We will always protect your privacy. Our email list is used only to promote Tattered Cover events and news, and your information will never be shared or sold. You may unsubscribe or update your subscription at any time.







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Fall Film Series-The Weight of Water
Oct
25
7:00 PM19:00

Fall Film Series-The Weight of Water

Join the MCA this fall at The Cube for the Fall Film Series!

This fall we will be featuring a powerful documentary every Friday in the month of October. Our last film of the series will be on October 25th when we show, The Weight of Water. The Weight of Water is the incredible story of Erik, who is completely blind and solo kayaking the length of the Grand Canyon.

Dr. Vincent Piturro will be present to lead an educational discussion before each film. This event begins at 7:00pm and is $5 per ticket. Residents, bring your resident card and receive a $4 credit at our concession stand! The concession stand will sell beer, wine, soda & popcorn. The Cube is located at 8371 Northfield Blvd.

*no refunds

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Boo at the Zoo
Oct
26
9:00 AM09:00

Boo at the Zoo

Trick and treat your little ghosts, goblins and other assorted beasts to the ultimate creature feature, brought to you by Your Hometown Toyota Stores! The whole family will enjoy creepy-crawly animal demonstrations, trick-or-treat stations, jugglers, character meet-and-greets and other family-friendly live entertainment—all surrounded by vibrant fall foliage.

• Trick-or-treating stations

• Jugglers + more

• Character meet-and-greets

• Creepy-crawly animal demos

• Family-friendly live entertainment

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 Coloween 2019
Oct
26
9:00 AM09:00

Coloween 2019

Your Best Nightmare... Coloween 2019 | Stanley Marketplace Takeover Revered as the BEST Denver Halloween party for 9 years… The 10th annual Coloween party will transform Denver’s one-of-a-kind Stanley Marketplace into a frightfully fantastic and fun evening that you’ll never forget! Party if you dare, Coloween's largest-ever Halloween event production will feature an entire takeover of the Stanley Marketplace’s twisty turny corridors, themed bars and retail establishments throughout, some of Denver's best food, entertainment galore, and a massive dance party in the hanger. Enjoy the sights and sounds of Denver’s top-rated DJ’s, astonishing sound & light production, sexy theatrical performers, and thousands of costumed guests, as the elite compete in the Coloween costume contest for the $1500 cash prize! Join us as the nation's seasoned party goers converge at Colorado’s trademark Halloween costume party experience – and remember, “Nobody parties harder on Halloween than Coloween” -Westword Tickets & Info at Coloween.com Follow @coloween on Instagram for a chance to win free tickets! - https://instagram.com/coloween/ Brought to you by Collective 360

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Boo at the Zoo
Oct
27
9:00 AM09:00

Boo at the Zoo

Trick and treat your little ghosts, goblins and other assorted beasts to the ultimate creature feature, brought to you by Your Hometown Toyota Stores! The whole family will enjoy creepy-crawly animal demonstrations, trick-or-treat stations, jugglers, character meet-and-greets and other family-friendly live entertainment—all surrounded by vibrant fall foliage.

• Trick-or-treating stations

• Jugglers + more

• Character meet-and-greets

• Creepy-crawly animal demos

• Family-friendly live entertainment

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Clyfford Stills Museum Free Day
Nov
2
10:00 AM10:00

Clyfford Stills Museum Free Day

Free all day (10 a.m.–5 p.m.) on Thursday, January 24; Sunday, February 17; Tuesday, March 26 (Spring Break); Sunday, April 28 (Dia del Niño); Wednesday, May 22; Tuesday, June 18; Wednesday, July 17; Saturday, August 3 (Summer Family Day); Thursday, September 12; Tuesday, October 15; Saturday, November 2 (10 a.m.–10 p.m. for Night at the Museums); and Wednesday, December 18. A complimentary guided tour of the galleries takes place at 2 p.m. on these dates. Tours last about 45 minutes and are limited to 30 people. First come, first served!

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Wine Education Series
Nov
6
7:00 PM19:00

Wine Education Series

The MCA's Fall wine education series features an educational aspect to wine tasting. Each education series will feature a particular wine theme with between 6 and 8 different wines. The sit down tasting will be lead by a wine educator from The Vineyard Wine Shop.

Tickets are $20 and go up to $40 the day of the event.

Must be 21 to attend and no refunds are allowed.


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Four Mile Historic Park Free Day
Nov
8
12:00 PM12:00

Four Mile Historic Park Free Day

Travel back to 1859…for free! Enjoy historic demonstrations, a tour of the Four Mile House Museum—a Denver landmark!—and meeting our many farm animals. General admission is free on the second Friday of each month courtesy of the support provided by your Scientific & Cultural Facilities District. Four Mile House Museum Tours can accommodate up to 10 guests and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Sorry, no pets allowed.

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National Parks Free Entrance Day
Nov
11
9:00 AM09:00

National Parks Free Entrance Day

National parks are America’s best idea, and there are more than 400 parks available to everyone, every day. The fee-free days provide a great opportunity to visit a new place or an old favorite, especially one of the national parks that normally charge an entrance fee. The others are free all the time. The entrance fee waiver for fee-free days does not cover amenity or user fees for activities such as camping, boat launches, transportation, or special tours.

The annual $80 America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass allows unlimited entrance to more than 2,000 federal recreation areas, including all national parks that normally charge an entrance fee. There are also free or discounted passes available for senior citizens, current members of the military, families of fourth-grade students, and disabled citizens. Learn more about the variety of passes offered by the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass series.

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An Evening with Lindy West, Book Talk & Signing
Nov
15
7:00 PM19:00

An Evening with Lindy West, Book Talk & Signing

Description

Lindy West is a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times and her essays have appeared in Jezebel, Cosmopolitan, GQ, and on This American Life. She is the author of Shrill, a memoir, which is being adapted into a Hulu series starring Aidy Bryant. West will discuss and sign The Witches Are Coming ($27.00 Hachette Books). This is a laugh-out-loud, incisive cultural critique that answers the fundamental question of this political moment by dissecting the films, television series, internet phenomena, and lifestyle gurus that have taught us who we are. And, more importantly, what happens when people start saying "no."

At once side-splittingly funny and irresistibly thought-provoking, The Witches Are Coming gives us all the kindling we need to burn our restrictive and outdated social norms to the ground. It's just up to us to light the match.


A limited number of tickets are available now through Eventbrite.


**Important Event and Ticket Information**

-- Tickets are $27.00 (plus tax and convenience fee), include a copy of The Witches Are Coming and a place in the signing line.

-- Presentation begins at 7:00 pm, signing to follow.

-- Check in begins at 5:00 pm.

-- Ticket guarantees you a spot in the signing line, but seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

-- The end time of this event is an estimate.

-- Event tickets are available online ONLY, through Eventbrite. Tickets will not be sold in-store.

-- Ticketed customers will be called up to the signing line after the presentation, sequentially by row. i.e. The closer to the front you sit, the earlier you will be in the signing line.

--If you are unable to attend the event, your book will be held for one month after the date of the event. There is no guarantee the book will be signed if you are unable to attend.


** DISCLAIMER: Event details, signing rules and restrictions are subject to changes beyond our control, and often change up to, and during the event. Thank you for your understanding.

When you purchase a ticket, or register for an event, you will automatically be added to the Tattered Cover's email subscriber list. We will always protect your privacy. Our email list is used only to promote Tattered Cover events and news, and your information will never be shared or sold. You may unsubscribe or update your subscription at any time.


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Winter Welcome
Nov
22
6:00 PM18:00

Winter Welcome

This is an annual open house for our 29th Avenue retailers and the night we flip the switch on our holiday lighting display. We will close 29th Avenue from Quebec to Roslyn Street at 8:00am to set up for the event. Booths will be setup along the street and fountain area around the tree. Booths will include; a roasted almond vendor, fire pits complete with s'more makings, hot chocolate, light necklaces and rings, and much more.

We will also have two "dancing" trees, complete with music, distributing candy canes. There will be carolers strolling up and down 29th Avenue. Local food trucks will be selling yummy treats, so bring a few extra dollars!

Many of the activities will require a ticket. Tickets are $2 each and can be purchased at the MCA ticket booth. All proceeds from the s'mores, almonds and light necklaces will go to local non profits.


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Stanley Harvesting Hope 5K, 10K & Fun Run
Nov
28
8:00 AM08:00

Stanley Harvesting Hope 5K, 10K & Fun Run

Join your family, friends & neighbors on November 28, 2019 for the 5th Annual Stanley Harvesting Hope 5K/10K, a Turkey Trot for Northeast Denver! This year’s race will commence at Stanley Marketplace and run along Westerly Creek, Central Park, and Sand Creek greenways..

NEW this year - The race will feature TWO professionally timed events - a 5K AND 10K Trot along with a FREE Kids Fun Run for children 10 and under!

100% of Race Proceeds are DONATED to the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research to help in the fight against childhood obesity.

PAVED and USATF Certified Course
Dogs, Strollers, Wheelchairs are all WELCOME
FREE Kids Fun Run with Finishers Medals
Registration Includes T-shirt, Professionally Timed Results, and FREE Race Photos with Family/Friends
FREE Hot Coffee and Entertainment

Learn more about the event, sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, or donate at www.harvestinghope5k.com.

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Sweet William Market
Dec
7
9:00 AM09:00

Sweet William Market

  • 29th and Syracuse Denver, CO 80238 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Sweet William Market™ is a vintage and lifestyle market offering a refreshing alternative for shoppers who are on the hunt for uncommon treasures that move beyond the ordinary. Each market is an event reflecting the unique, eclectic, and urban character of the Stapleton neighborhood, hosting a top-notch variety of artisans and collectors, musicians, non-profit organizations, and food vendors.
Market Dates
May 25, September 28, and December 7 & 8
Times
The market is open to shoppers from 9-2pm. Set up begins as early as 6:30.
Location Founders Green, Stapleton: 29th & Syracuse right in the heart of the Stapleton Neighborhood at the base of the 29th Avenue Town Center. Founders Green is a charming grassy spot flanked with wide sidewalks, large annual planters, shady trees and picnic tables. Of course that would be chilly for the December show, so we’ll take it inside at Stapleton’s new indoor event center in Northfield.


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Ree Drummond Book Signing
Dec
7
10:00 AM10:00

Ree Drummond Book Signing

About this Event

The New York Times bestselling author Ree Drummond will be signing copies of THE PIONEER WOMAN: THE NEW FRONTIER ($29.99 William Morrow & Company).

A limited number of tickets are available now through Eventbrite.

**Important Event and Ticket Information**

-- Tickets are $29.99 (plus tax and convenience fee), include a copy of THE PIONEER WOMAN: THE NEW FRONTIER and a place in the signing line.

--There will be no presentation. This is a signing only.

--The author will personalize and sign copies of THE PIONEER WOMAN: THE NEW FRONTIER. She will sign ONE additional title per customer, but she will not personalize it. She will not sign any memorabilia or items other than books.

--Photographs are limited to one per person.

-- The signing begins at 10:00 am.

-- Check in begins at 9:00 am.

--Once you check in, you will be given a wristband and then get in the signing line. Please be prepared to stand in line for an undetermined amount of time.

-- The end time of this event is an estimate.

-- Event tickets are available online ONLY, through Eventbrite. Tickets will not be sold in-store.

--If you are unable to attend the event, your book will be held for one month after the date of the event. There is no guarantee the book will be signed if you are unable to attend.

** DISCLAIMER: Event details, signing rules and restrictions are subject to changes beyond our control, and often change up to, and during the event. Thank you for your understanding.

When you purchase a ticket, or register for an event, you will automatically be added to the Tattered Cover's email subscriber list. We will always protect your privacy. Our email list is used only to promote Tattered Cover events and news, and your information will never be shared or sold. You may unsubscribe or update your subscription at any time.

About this Event

The New York Times bestselling author Ree Drummond will be signing copies of THE PIONEER WOMAN: THE NEW FRONTIER ($29.99 William Morrow & Company).

A limited number of tickets are available now through Eventbrite.

**Important Event and Ticket Information**

-- Tickets are $29.99 (plus tax and convenience fee), include a copy of THE PIONEER WOMAN: THE NEW FRONTIER and a place in the signing line.

--There will be no presentation. This is a signing only.

--The author will personalize and sign copies of THE PIONEER WOMAN: THE NEW FRONTIER. She will sign ONE additional title per customer, but she will not personalize it. She will not sign any memorabilia or items other than books.

--Photographs are limited to one per person.

-- The signing begins at 10:00 am.

-- Check in begins at 9:00 am.

--Once you check in, you will be given a wristband and then get in the signing line. Please be prepared to stand in line for an undetermined amount of time.

-- The end time of this event is an estimate.

-- Event tickets are available online ONLY, through Eventbrite. Tickets will not be sold in-store.

--If you are unable to attend the event, your book will be held for one month after the date of the event. There is no guarantee the book will be signed if you are unable to attend.

** DISCLAIMER: Event details, signing rules and restrictions are subject to changes beyond our control, and often change up to, and during the event. Thank you for your understanding.

When you purchase a ticket, or register for an event, you will automatically be added to the Tattered Cover's email subscriber list. We will always protect your privacy. Our email list is used only to promote Tattered Cover events and news, and your information will never be shared or sold. You may unsubscribe or update your subscription at any time.



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Sweet William Market
Dec
8
9:00 AM09:00

Sweet William Market

  • 29th and Syracuse Denver, CO 80238 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Sweet William Market™ is a vintage and lifestyle market offering a refreshing alternative for shoppers who are on the hunt for uncommon treasures that move beyond the ordinary. Each market is an event reflecting the unique, eclectic, and urban character of the Stapleton neighborhood, hosting a top-notch variety of artisans and collectors, musicians, non-profit organizations, and food vendors.
Market Dates
May 25, September 28, and December 7 & 8
Times
The market is open to shoppers from 9-2pm. Set up begins as early as 6:30.
Location Founders Green, Stapleton: 29th & Syracuse right in the heart of the Stapleton Neighborhood at the base of the 29th Avenue Town Center. Founders Green is a charming grassy spot flanked with wide sidewalks, large annual planters, shady trees and picnic tables. Of course that would be chilly for the December show, so we’ll take it inside at Stapleton’s new indoor event center in Northfield.


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Four Mile Historic Park Free Day
Dec
13
12:00 PM12:00

Four Mile Historic Park Free Day

Travel back to 1859…for free! Enjoy historic demonstrations, a tour of the Four Mile House Museum—a Denver landmark!—and meeting our many farm animals. General admission is free on the second Friday of each month courtesy of the support provided by your Scientific & Cultural Facilities District. Four Mile House Museum Tours can accommodate up to 10 guests and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Sorry, no pets allowed.

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Clyfford Stills Museum Free Day
Dec
18
10:00 AM10:00

Clyfford Stills Museum Free Day

Free all day (10 a.m.–5 p.m.) on Thursday, January 24; Sunday, February 17; Tuesday, March 26 (Spring Break); Sunday, April 28 (Dia del Niño); Wednesday, May 22; Tuesday, June 18; Wednesday, July 17; Saturday, August 3 (Summer Family Day); Thursday, September 12; Tuesday, October 15; Saturday, November 2 (10 a.m.–10 p.m. for Night at the Museums); and Wednesday, December 18. A complimentary guided tour of the galleries takes place at 2 p.m. on these dates. Tours last about 45 minutes and are limited to 30 people. First come, first served!

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Oktoberfest - Station 26
Sep
22
2:00 PM14:00

Oktoberfest - Station 26

PROST!

Don your dirndls and lederhosen and join us at the brewery for our annual
Oktoberfest celebration on Sunday, September 22.

We will release our yearly batch of an Oktoberfest Märzen lager, served in a Station 26 stein for proper consumption. The steins will be available for purchase to take home.

Live music from classic German polka band The
Rhinelanders from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. on our patio. Let's boogie.

Traditional German and Austrian cuisine from Schnitzelwirt to satisfy all of your food needs.

Come hungry, thirsty, happy, and German. Our doors open at 11:00. We will see you for OKTOBERFEST!

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FARMFEST 2019 - Urban Farm
Sep
22
9:00 AM09:00

FARMFEST 2019 - Urban Farm

Come celebrate TUF, experience a working farm in the city, and meet our animals – we have baby goats (kids). A day of fun for the whole family.  Enjoy your slice of country in the city. 

We are thrilled to have singer / songwriter / entertainer / National Recording Artist JESSE CORNETT play for us again this year!

We are also happy to have Stapleton’s own UNCLE EARL’S JAM!

If you have not yet visited the farm in 2019, we will need you to fill out a waiver and release form upon arrival. You may download, print, and fill out the form ahead of time to speed up your entry or by  registering on Eventbrite.

Free activities include:

  • self guided tours

    1. animal interactions

    2. cow beanbag throw

    3. color a bookmark

    4. farm animal craft

    5. lasso a bull

    6. make a sheep craft

    7. stick horse

    8. storybook farm with live animals

    9. Nature’s Educators with birds of prey and possibly reptiles

    10. carding wool demonstration

    11. horseshoeing demonstration

    12. roping demonstration

    13. spinning wool demonstration

The following activities will require 2 to 8 tickets each. Tickets will be sold the day of the event – 12 tickets for $10 

  • bouncy house

    1. face painting

    2. make a fairy garden

    3. floating ducks game

    4. groom a mini

    5. hayride

    6. photo booth

Cash or card for:

GoWild Partners will share educational and fun activities:

  • Bluff Lake Nature Center

  • City of Aurora

  • Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership

Vendors:


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41st Annual Park Hill Home Tour & Street Fair
Sep
8
11:00 AM11:00

41st Annual Park Hill Home Tour & Street Fair

On a Sunday, Sept 8th, the Greater Park Hill Community (GPHC), along with Park Hill neighbors, businesses and community organizations, will celebrate the annual Park Hill Home Tour & Street Fair. This Denver tradition began in 1978 when a local Realtor organized a tour of Park Hill homes to showcase the rich history and diverse architecture of the neighborhood. Over the years, the Home Tour & Street Fair has grown and evolved into a community event that, in addition to featuring beautiful homes and historic landmarks, includes over 100 vendors, food trucks, live entertainment, children’s activities, and a wine & beer garden. Also, visit the Sustainability Zone and bring your old electronics to our FREE E-Recycling station! Tickets required for Home Tour. Street Fair is free to attend. All the details can be found at parkhillhometour.org

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Stanley Arts Festival
Sep
8
10:00 AM10:00

Stanley Arts Festival

CherryArts presents the 5th annual Stanley Arts Festival, Saturday & Sunday September 7- 8. The Stanley Arts Festival is a celebration of national art and local flavor with creative experiences for everyone at one of the most popular venues for people to eat, drink, shop, and play in the Denver metro area. • FREE Admission Saturday & Sunday • 90 juried artist exhibitors selling original artworks • Family activities, interactive art installations, live entertainment • Outdoors on the runway and indoors of the Stanley Marketplace http://stanleyartsfestival.org/ Brought to you by the same team that produces the Cherry Creek Arts Festival and year-round art education programs throughout Colorado. CherryArts is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization providing access to art experiences and arts education in Colorado since 1991.


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Stanley Arts Festival
Sep
7
10:00 AM10:00

Stanley Arts Festival

CherryArts presents the 5th annual Stanley Arts Festival, Saturday & Sunday September 7- 8. The Stanley Arts Festival is a celebration of national art and local flavor with creative experiences for everyone at one of the most popular venues for people to eat, drink, shop, and play in the Denver metro area. • FREE Admission Saturday & Sunday • 90 juried artist exhibitors selling original artworks • Family activities, interactive art installations, live entertainment • Outdoors on the runway and indoors of the Stanley Marketplace http://stanleyartsfestival.org/ Brought to you by the same team that produces the Cherry Creek Arts Festival and year-round art education programs throughout Colorado. CherryArts is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization providing access to art experiences and arts education in Colorado since 1991.


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Stanley  Marketplace Farmers Market
Aug
30
9:00 AM09:00

Stanley Marketplace Farmers Market

  • 2501 Dallas Street Aurora, Colorado 80010 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Produced by the Local Colorado, the Stanley Farmers Market features upwards of 40 Colorado vendors with an emphasis on fresh locally grown produce, local foods, and Colorado artisans. Our Stanley Farmers Market takes place on The Plaza at Stanley every Friday this summer from 9AM to 1PM, from May 31 to August 30. The Plaza is located at our southeast entrance, close to AnnetteDenver Biscuit Company, and Logan House Coffee Company.


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Free Summer Music Series at Stanley
Aug
29
7:00 PM19:00

Free Summer Music Series at Stanley

Oh hey we're hosting FREE live music from local bands all summer long on the west patio of Stanley Marketplace. Every Thursday night from 7PM to 9PM -- grab drinks and snacks from your favorite Stanley businesses and enjoy beautiful Colorado summer nights with friends and neighbors. July 18: Gabriel Mervine July 25: Delta Sonics Blues Band August 8: LAPOMPE August 15: Mosby's Raiders August 22: Bonnie and the Clydes August 29: The Blind Pigs *Please note we will not have live music on 6/27 during Top Taco, on 7/4 during Truck Stop Food Truck Rally, and on 8/1 during Denver Burger Battle

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Stanley  Marketplace Farmers Market
Aug
23
9:00 AM09:00

Stanley Marketplace Farmers Market

  • 2501 Dallas Street Aurora, Colorado 80010 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Produced by the Local Colorado, the Stanley Farmers Market features upwards of 40 Colorado vendors with an emphasis on fresh locally grown produce, local foods, and Colorado artisans. Our Stanley Farmers Market takes place on The Plaza at Stanley every Friday this summer from 9AM to 1PM, from May 31 to August 30. The Plaza is located at our southeast entrance, close to AnnetteDenver Biscuit Company, and Logan House Coffee Company.


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Stanley  Marketplace Farmers Market
Aug
23
9:00 AM09:00

Stanley Marketplace Farmers Market

  • 2501 Dallas Street Aurora, Colorado 80010 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Produced by the Local Colorado, the Stanley Farmers Market features upwards of 40 Colorado vendors with an emphasis on fresh locally grown produce, local foods, and Colorado artisans. Our Stanley Farmers Market takes place on The Plaza at Stanley every Friday this summer from 9AM to 1PM, from May 31 to August 30. The Plaza is located at our southeast entrance, close to AnnetteDenver Biscuit Company, and Logan House Coffee Company.


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Summer Music Series at Stanley
Aug
22
7:00 PM19:00

Summer Music Series at Stanley

Oh hey we're hosting FREE live music from local bands all summer long on the west patio of Stanley Marketplace. Every Thursday night from 7PM to 9PM -- grab drinks and snacks from your favorite Stanley businesses and enjoy beautiful Colorado summer nights with friends and neighbors. July 18: Gabriel Mervine July 25: Delta Sonics Blues Band August 8: LAPOMPE August 15: Mosby's Raiders August 22: Bonnie and the Clydes August 29: The Blind Pigs *Please note we will not have live music on 6/27 during Top Taco, on 7/4 during Truck Stop Food Truck Rally, and on 8/1 during Denver Burger Battle

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Stanley  Marketplace Farmers Market
Aug
16
9:00 AM09:00

Stanley Marketplace Farmers Market

  • 2501 Dallas Street Aurora, Colorado 80010 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Produced by the Local Colorado, the Stanley Farmers Market features upwards of 40 Colorado vendors with an emphasis on fresh locally grown produce, local foods, and Colorado artisans. Our Stanley Farmers Market takes place on The Plaza at Stanley every Friday this summer from 9AM to 1PM, from May 31 to August 30. The Plaza is located at our southeast entrance, close to AnnetteDenver Biscuit Company, and Logan House Coffee Company.


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Free Summer Music Series at Stanley
Aug
15
7:00 PM19:00

Free Summer Music Series at Stanley

Oh hey we're hosting FREE live music from local bands all summer long on the west patio of Stanley Marketplace. Every Thursday night from 7PM to 9PM -- grab drinks and snacks from your favorite Stanley businesses and enjoy beautiful Colorado summer nights with friends and neighbors. July 18: Gabriel Mervine July 25: Delta Sonics Blues Band August 8: LAPOMPE August 15: Mosby's Raiders August 22: Bonnie and the Clydes August 29: The Blind Pigs *Please note we will not have live music on 6/27 during Top Taco, on 7/4 during Truck Stop Food Truck Rally, and on 8/1 during Denver Burger Battle

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Stanley  Marketplace Farmers Market
Aug
9
9:00 AM09:00

Stanley Marketplace Farmers Market

  • 2501 Dallas Street Aurora, Colorado 80010 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Produced by the Local Colorado, the Stanley Farmers Market features upwards of 40 Colorado vendors with an emphasis on fresh locally grown produce, local foods, and Colorado artisans. Our Stanley Farmers Market takes place on The Plaza at Stanley every Friday this summer from 9AM to 1PM, from May 31 to August 30. The Plaza is located at our southeast entrance, close to AnnetteDenver Biscuit Company, and Logan House Coffee Company.


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City Park Jazz Concert Series
Aug
4
6:00 PM18:00

City Park Jazz Concert Series

The Heavy Heavies featuring Venus Cruz

Collectively, the members of ‘the heavy heavies’ have been performing for over 150 years. Their reputation in the Colorado music community is incomparable and their talent inspiring. A go-to band for weekend main stages, festivals and large formal events, this seasoned group of pros make it look easy. Jazz, R&B and huge crowd pleasers consistently keep this band on the stage
for multiple encores.

Check out their Facebook

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Summer Wine Tasting
Aug
2
6:00 PM18:00

Summer Wine Tasting

The MCA hosts a series of outdoor wine tastings in Stapleton. Each month boasts a unique theme and a variety of wines, provided by The Grape Leaf. Registration is $15 for residents and $20 for non-residents and space is limited; includes an evening of wine tastings and cheese samples. Tastings will be held from 6pm-8pm at the West Crescent (29th Ave & Roslyn St). Tickets can be purchased day of (with space available) for $30 per person.

*No Refunds or Exchanges

*Must Be 21+ to Attend

 

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Stanley  Marketplace Farmers Market
Aug
2
9:00 AM09:00

Stanley Marketplace Farmers Market

  • 2501 Dallas Street Aurora, Colorado 80010 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Produced by the Local Colorado, the Stanley Farmers Market features upwards of 40 Colorado vendors with an emphasis on fresh locally grown produce, local foods, and Colorado artisans. Our Stanley Farmers Market takes place on The Plaza at Stanley every Friday this summer from 9AM to 1PM, from May 31 to August 30. The Plaza is located at our southeast entrance, close to AnnetteDenver Biscuit Company, and Logan House Coffee Company.


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