Editor's Choice Events for Colorado
Denver, Pro Rodeo (1/18): Whether it's the barrel racing, bull riding or mutton bustin' that gets you going, this event has something for everybody!
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Arvada, Down With the Count, a Basie Bash (1/19): The Count Basie Orchestra was one of the most prominent jazz groups of the swing era. The band will play “One O’clock Jump,” “Splanky,” “Flight of the Foo Birds,” and other Basie greats.
Arvada, Knights of Columbus Chili Cook Off (1/26): Everyone is invited! Come join in on the tasting! Red and Green categories, refreshments will be provided. COST: Adults - $5.00 / Children (under 10) - FREE
Arvada, Low Cost Care Clinic (1/26): CCAH is teaming up with Arvada Animal Management to bring low cost veterinary care to the community. You do not have to be an Arvada resident to attend, all are welcome!
Arvada, Monthly C.B.D Info Meeting (1/18): Curious what all the hype is about hemp derived CBD oil? Come find out in a low key educational meeting hosted by long time cannabis advocate and educator Tara Eveland.
Arvada, Reiki Level I with a Shamanic Twist (1/19): Reiki is known for easing pain, but it is also a form of holistic healing which can awaken the metaphysical seeker and begin an unbelievable spiritual journey.
Aurora, 3rd Church Anniversary Celebration (1/27): We are requesting your presence at our Celebration Service on Sunday, January 27, 2019, at 4:00 p.m., located at Prince of Peace Church of God and Christ 1590 Elmira St Aurora, Colorado.
Aurora, 4 JA Realty, LLC (1/19): Buying a home in 2019? Lets make your dream a reality! I will be hosting a Buyer's class. January 19th from 11am to 1230pm.
Aurora, All Youth: Ice Skating at Southlands (1/18): Grab a permission slip and join us at Southlands for a night out ice-skating together! Both high school and middle school youth are free to come. You can also bring your family and friends
Aurora, Harry Potter Escape Room (2/2): Escape from a wizardly world! Tickets are on sale now! Go to www.bookeo.com/phaze1escaperooms and purchase them now!
Aurora, Hoops for Heroes (2/1): Please join us Friday February 1, 2018 at 8:00 pm where the Denver Nuggets play the Houston Rockets in our annual Hoops for Heroes Charity game!
Aurora, Kimono Dragons Designs Fashion Show (1/19): Another show hosted by Black Pearl Entertainment, Inc. Join us January 19th for an evening of fun and fashion at the Kasbah Nightclub.
Aurora, Learn the Moves Class (1/26): We will have several instructors there to help you perfect the most common Jazzercise moves, to ensure that your workout is a success.
Aurora, Song of Don Quixote (1/18): Robert Osborne brings his internationally acclaimed pastiche to the Denver Area for the first time with Kathleen Schmidt as Dulcinea and Bradley Thompson as Sancho Panza.
Boulder, Block Kids Jam (1/26): Block 1750 is throwing our first ever KIDS JAM! Mark your calendars for January 26th to come get down, express yourself, and support our growing youth!
Boulder, Boulder Ninja Night- Blacklight Dodgeball (1/19): This time, we're going to play blacklight dodgeball, and it's going to be amazing. Both member and non-members are welcome, bringing friends is encouraged!
Boulder, Break Science (2/1): Raised and influenced by the rhythm and culture of New York City, Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee fuse generations of the city's rich musical legacy with their own deep-rooted connection to hip-hop heritag
Boulder, Bridget Law (1/25): Bridget Law is a fifth generation Colorado Native who has always lived on the front range. It was at the Denver Waldorf School in the third grade that she was introduced to the love of her life, the v
Boulder, Campdogzz (1/19): Now, Campdogzz are poised to come aggravate your blues, bang your head, and remind you where you are on the long road away from home.
Boulder, Disenchanted! (1/11 - 3/31): Poisoned apples. Glass slippers. Who needs ’em?! Not Snow White and her posse of disenchanted princesses in the hilarious hit musical that’s anything but Grimm.
Boulder, Foster Parent Orientation! (1/19): Come to orientation to learn more about the foster care system in Boulder County and how you can help! RSVP to www.bouldercountykids.net!
Boulder, Here & Now With Horses - January (1/20): An hour and a half of mindfulness with our herd. Come and be present with yourself, the horses, and all that surrounds us. We will be outside, so please dress accordingly. All are welcome.
Boulder, Hot Rize (1/19): It didn’t take long after Tim O’Brien, Pete Wernick, Nick Forster, and Charles Sawtelle first appeared onstage together in 1978 for the bluegrass music world to realize that the Colorado band, Hot Riz
Boulder, Innisfree: Boulder Writing Dates (1/19): Come at the beginning and stay until the end, or arrive when you can and leave when you must. No worries, only writing.
Boulder, Joshua Redman Quartet (2/2): Joshua Redman is one of the most acclaimed and charismatic jazz artists to have emerged in the decade of the 1990s.
Boulder, Lesbian Latin Dance Night! (1/26): Join us for a fun community gathering and some Latin dancing with Susie Pringle leading the way. An opportunity to connect with old friends and meet some new ones.
Boulder, Massage Workshop (1/25): NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. This event is for singles, couples, and friends who are interested in learning how to give an effective massage with ease.
Boulder, Moms Day Out: Dushanbe Afternoon Tea (1/27): Put on your favorite outfit and let’s get fancy with an afternoon tea at the famous Dushanbe. Please RSVP no later than Sunday 1/20, so that we have plenty of time to make a reservation.
Boulder, National Anthem Performance (1/25): The Red Hawk Elementary 4th and 5th Grade has been invited to sing the National Anthem at the Colorado vs. Stanford basketball game.
Boulder, NoBo First Friday Artwalk (2/1): First Friday is a FREE self-guided tour of artists’ studios and creative businesses in the NoBo Art District.
Boulder, Ohlsson Plays Rachmaninoff (1/19): We’re thrilled to welcome legendary pianist Garrick Ohlsson back to Boulder after many years to play Rachmaninoff’s exciting Piano Concerto No. 1.
Boulder, Paola Y Oscar Ines (1/18): Live Music Fridays featuring: Paola & Ines. Venue: 6545 Gunpark Drive #280, Boulder, CO 80301
Boulder, PNP Live at The.St.Julien Hotel (2/1): Come out for dinner, drinks, dancing and samba with Pagode na Pedra the first Friday in November. Pagode na Pedra features many of your favorite local musicians playing roots samba music
Boulder, Scrap to Ring with Chapin Dimond (1/27): Got scrap? Learn how to melt your sterling silver scrap to pour ingots and roll out square wire and sheet with a rolling mill! Students will make a ring with the metal they roll out. Cool.
Boulder, Shamanic Breathwork® Day Journey (1/26): What we see, find and discover during the Shamanic Breathwork® process can set us free in waking consciousness - allowing us to live lives full of passion, purpose, and pleasure.
Boulder, Sierra Hull (1/19): “She plays the mandolin with a degree of refined elegance and freedom that few have achieved,” says Bela Fleck, the genre-leaping banjo master who produced Weighted Mind.
Boulder, Summer Cannibals (1/19): Led by guitarist/vocalist Jessica Boudreaux, the Cannibals initially cut their teeth on the local Portland circuit, sharing the stage and receiving encouragement from peers including The Thermals.
Boulder, TGS New Campus Open House Jan 25th (1/25): Tour the campus with a current parent, meet our exceptional teachers, learn about our socio-academic program and targeted executive function support for bright
Boulder, The Lonesome Days (1/25): The Lonesome Days are a 5 piece, high energy, modern bluegrass ensemble from Denver, Colorado.
Boulder, thunder & rain (1/20): Thunder & Rain is a Golden, Colorado based band specializing in Mountain Made Colorado Country.
Boulder, William Fitzsimmons (1/20): William Fitzsimmons (born in 1978) is an American indie and folk singer-songwriter and musician known for his candid and emotive songwriting, hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Brighton, Charity Poker Tournament (1/25): Then come join me and my friends to help raise funds for a cause we love at our Charity Poker Tournament. Proceeds to benefit the Richard Lambert Foundation.
Broomfield, Acoustic Eidolon (1/27): Joe Scott and Hannah Alkire joined forces on the music scene in 1998. This confluence of two gifted musicians has resulted in the internationally acclaimed duo, Acoustic Eidolon.
Broomfield, Ryan Hutchens (1/19): Ryan Hutchens is a South Carolina born singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist currently living in Denver, Colorado.
Centennial, Backyard Chickens 101 (1/19): Head to Tagawa Gardens to learn how to incorporate a backyard flock into your garden to promote nutrient rich cycles that will benefit your soil, your garden, and you!
Centennial, BUDDY Night! (1/26): Taekwondo is even more fun with friends! Bring a buddy or buddies to class with you to break a board and have some fun! ALL CLASSES!
Centennial, Double Bill - Featuring Danny Masters (1/18): This show will feature Danny Masters on guitar as well as a bunch of new songs we have not played in the past. You do not want to miss this!
Centennial, EncounterWomen (1/26): Make plans to attend the next EncounterWomens group as we begin a new year. God has great things in store for the EncounterWomen
Centennial, Networking Luncheon (1/25): Come and network with other local business owners and enjoy a plant based healthy lunch. Everyone will have the opportunity to share their expertise with the group. $15 covers the cost of lunch.
Centennial, Vision Board Workshop (1/19): About Your Instructor: Karli Millspaugh is the co-owner of Unlisted Market. She's a big believer in the power of manifesting the things you want in life.
Colorado Springs, 1st Annual Cribbage Tournament (1/27): Dust off your pegs and boards ladies and gents, Local Relic is hosting our first annual cribbage tourney in the Cellar of the Carter Payne.
Colorado Springs, 2019 Southern Colorado GSA Leadership Summit (2/2): This FREE summit is welcome to students (middle school, high school, and college-aged), educators, and parents who are committed to creating safe, inclusive learning environments for all students.
Colorado Springs, Benefit for Rich Dinkel Sr. (1/20): Time to rally folks! Let’s all gather to help support this family. This is going to be one hell of a party!
Colorado Springs, Colorado United 2 (1/26): Saturday January 26th, 2019... Colorado Unites... AGAIN! in Colorado Springs! This year Colorado United will help benefit the family of NEW star Logan Austin!
Colorado Springs, Community Connection (1/20): Join our FREE family friendly community event. Each month we do a different DIY project with the community, and discuss the benefits of an essential oil.
Colorado Springs, Couples & Addiction Recovery Training (1/19): If you're a therapist who is searching for valid research on treating couples with addiction, this event for you. Be the counselor who can guide couples through their darkest moments.
Colorado Springs, DASH, Ozonic, Vase Vide at the Zodiac (2/2): The Bozeman, Montana band brings their dance party vibe to any stage with a wild blend of funk, soul, rock, and pop. They'll be joined by Colorado Springs locals, Ozonic and Vase Vide.
Colorado Springs, Drawings by Bernard Arnest (1/19 - 6/9): Bernard Arnest was a pupil of Boardman Robinson and Henry Varnum Poor, received the Guggenheim Fellowship in 1940, and had his first solo show at the San Francisco Museum of Art.
Colorado Springs, Family Penguin Party (1/19): Kids and their families, join us to make some penguin crafts, play penguin-themed games, and make a penguin-themed Oreo treat.
Colorado Springs, Free Chinese New Year Celebration Jan 26th, 2019 (1/26): Cooking demo, food sampling, big saving, Fortune Wheels, Games with Prizes, and FREE GIFT with purchase of $20 of more (while supplies last) and for kids 12 years and younger
Colorado Springs, Healthy Families Summit (2/2): This event strengthens families in the area of employment, school success, judicial interactions, spiritual tool kits, and job opportunity
Colorado Springs, Hike with a Naturalist (1/25): Join lead naturalist and Park Operations Administrator, Bret Tennis on a 3 mile hike from the Visitor and Nature Center through the Central Garden.
Colorado Springs, Introduction to Thai Yoga Massage (1/19): This is the first workshop in the 125 certification series provided by White Lotus Therapies, however, anyone interested in Thai Yoga Massage is welcome to come learn these sacred therapies!
Colorado Springs, January Cards & Coffee (1/19): Come and make 4 cards for $20.00 or FREE with a $25.00 order. We will be using new stamp sets from the new Occasions and Sale-a-bration Catalogs because it is that special time of year again.
Colorado Springs, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith (10/27 - 2/10): Jaune Quick-to-See Smith is one of the U.S.’s finest indigenous talents and a late-career artist with extraordinary aesthetic, intellectual and curatorial achievements to her credit.
Colorado Springs, LunaFest (1/19): It’s time for our annual LUNAFEST® event!
Colorado Springs, Mens Prayer Breakfast (1/26): Men, you are invited to the Men's Ministry Breakfast. Make plans now to get together for fellowship and food on Saturday, January 26 at 9:00 a.m. Please bring a side dish.
Colorado Springs, Monument Valley Hound Walk (1/27): Get the greyhounds together for a social walk in Colorado Springs! Feel free to bring along any well behaved non-greyhounds as well! Meet at Monument Valley Park parking lot.
Colorado Springs, MVP 8 & 9 Ball (Fall Session) (1/19): Doors open at 9:00 am. Play starts at 10:00 am. No entry fee. Bracket format will be based on number of participants.
Colorado Springs, Nick Davey LIVE @ThePublicHouse (1/26): It’ll be a laid back night of songs, supper, and some supreme company! So grab a date, a table, and a drink as your favorite neighborhood pub brings you a lil nightlife right in your backyard!
Colorado Springs, P.S. I Love You: A Portrait of Miss Elsie Palmer (8/11 - 3/17): From 1887-1890, railroad tycoon and founder of Colorado Springs, General William Jackson Palmer’s wife and daughters were residents of Ightham Mote, a moated English manor house built around 1320.
Colorado Springs, Queer Dance Party (1/19): Come get down with your queer selves. Join The Gallery Below for an awesome dance party. You don't have to be queer to come but it helps. Enjoy queer comedians
Colorado Springs, Sewing 101 (1/19): This class focuses primarily on the “nuts and bolts” of sewing. We highly recommend completion of this course before enrolling in any other classes at Textiles West if you have never sewn before.
Colorado Springs, SHAKIN IN THE NEW YEAR: An Unsteady Gala (1/25): Join The Unsteady Hand and Province Springs for an evening of spontaneous creativity, live music, a tasty dessert bar, and adult beverages.
Colorado Springs, Shelton For D11 Campaign Launch (2/2): Join the Shelton for D11 Campaign Team at Library 21C, where Joseph will make his announcement bid for the candidacy to School Board of District 11, 2019 race.
Colorado Springs, SoCO LoCo #5 Bouldering Only (1/18): The CityROCK setting team is planning to set 30 problems ranging from thug-tastic to techy to thought-provoking, to just plain old fun.
Colorado Springs, Swan Lake (1/25 - 1/27): Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts
Preconcert lectures begin one hour prior to performances
Colorado Springs, The Drones Live at Back East! (1/25): The Drones Band is playing January 25th! The Drones come from the burbs south of Denver, playing tunes you probably know from the 60s through 00s. All music is gluten-free and 100% non-GMO!
Colorado Springs, The Sarge / Native King (1/25): Spread the word!! Cos THIS BIRD is headlining THE BLACK SHEEP on JANUARY 25 .. I WANNA SEE ALL WHO SUPPORT WITH ME OUT THERE, Rocking That Venue WITH ME!!!
Colorado Springs, Vinyasa Flow and Mala-Making! (1/26): Once you’ve pushed one another to the edge in a powerful ending pose, you're invited to make a Mala with Amanda!
Colorado Springs, Winter Clinic - Collection (1/19): Is Collection the Holy Grail? It certainly shows up at the top of the pyramid. Let me show you how to achieve collection even with a young horse or less trained horse.
Colorado Springs, Yamuna Total Body Sculpt (1/19): Yamuna Body Rolling instructor Kaitlyn Sullivan takes you through the entire body using specifically designed balls to sculpt and lengthening muscles, creating space in your spine
Crested Butte, Head for the Hills (1/18): Head for the Hills performs in Crested Butte, CO on January 18th at the Public House as part of their "Say Your Mind" Tour.
Denver, 128 Presents: Psychotherapy ft. ZDS (Dirtybird) (1/19): If you have experienced a 128 Production before, we are so excited to share another journey with you! If you haven’t... We promise to be gentle with you! See you on the dance floor.
Denver, 1-Day Intro to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (1/19): In this one-day course, you will be introduced to craniosacral therapy, an elegant and effective system of healing based on the discoveries of Dr. William Garner Sutherland.
Denver, 2018-19 DUDL Tournament 4 (1/26): Thank you for supporting the Denver Urban Debate League. Our first ten seasons have been a great success and would not have been possible without your help!
Denver, 2019 Annual Marshal Training (1/19): We encourage all to attend and then come on down to East High to prepare for the Monday Marade marshaling.
Denver, 3hattrio (1/25): Hal Cannon sings lead vocals and plays banjo and guitar in the group.
Denver, All You Can Drink Winter Silent Disco (1/19): We've brought together 3 of the Mile High City's top talents to provide the soundtrack for your night, so it's a party you don't want to miss!
Denver, Allout Helter (1/19): Allout Helter finally returns with The Notion of Control, their second full length album and first major release for Bird Attack Records.
Denver, Alumni Non-profit Breakfast (2/1): You and your groups are cordially invited to the 2019 Industry Alumni Breakfast
**Sponsored by HEAD and Colorado Ski Country**
Denver, Annual New Year Tournament (1/26): Any competitor who qualified for Team USA and will be competing in The World Championships in Germany get in for only $25!
Denver, APDCs Quiz For A Cause! (1/20): For our winter quiz we've teamed up with Geeks Who Drink and Punch Bowl Social Denver to bring you a special night of nerdery.
Denver, ART of Virtual Voice and Connection (1/25): Up level your virtual communication competency and begin to connect, communicate, and collaborate more effectively in virtual environments.
Denver, Auction of Junior Livestock Champions (1/25): Of the thousands of junior market animals that compete at the National Western Stock Show each year, only 96 of the very best qualify for the exciting Auction of Junior Livestock Champions.
Denver, Ax Throwing (1/19): Let’s bring in the new year by throwing out the old year with ax throwing. This will cost $40.00 per person.
Denver, Babywearing Workshop (1/19): Struggling with the carriers you already have? Bring them along and we'll get your little one tucked in safely so you can have the luxury of using both hands at the same time!
Denver, Banshee Tree (2/1): Founded in upstate New York and currently located in the Front Range, Banshee Tree has quickly developed a reputation as one of Colorado’s most multifaceted young bands.
Denver, Bayside (1/27): Bayside are an American punk rock (and occasionally emo) band, formed in Queens, New York in the winter of 2000.
Denver, Beacon of Hope Gala 2019 (1/26): Join us for a lively celebration and dinner in support of Marisol Women's Services and its crucial support to women in our community.
Denver, Billy Changer (2/2): The new single from L.A. garage-rock trio Billy Changer represents a monumental leap from anything on their 2014 debut album.
Denver, Blue Future (1/26): Blue Future is an independent electronic music producer from the Chicago area, who was trained by aliens to make electro hiphop music from the future and unleash it on planet earth.
Denver, Bringing Back Mamahood! 2019 (1/20): Our goal is to provide a warm and inviting space for Mamas to share wisdom and worries in a safe space. All gatherings include food and childcare. See you there.
Denver, C.Shreve the Professor (1/27): Chris Shreve is a Deep Gap, North Carolina based MC and founder of the hip-hop collective Free the Optimus (FTO).
Denver, Canna Culture 2019 (1/19): Bring your family, friends, and pets by to teach them about how Cannabis or Hemp could work for them!
Denver, Casey Donahew (1/25): If you build it, they will come. This might be the mantra of one of the greatest baseball movies of all time, ‘”Field Of Dreams,” but it’s also a pretty accurate description of the career of Texas mus
Denver, Cerveceria Colorados Beer and Bug pairing! (1/26): We encourage you to put on your big girl and boy panties and come out and try this amazing pairing, we guarantee you'll be (really!) pleasantly surprised!
Denver, Chella And The Charm (1/19): Originally from La Crosse, Wisconsin, folk singer-songwriter, Chella Negro, relocated to Colorado 2000.
Denver, CHRIS KARNS (1/26): Few artists who identify as a producer and DJ have as impressive a resume as Chris Karns.
Denver, Clear Soul Forces (1/27): From the land of Hip Hop Giants, Clear Soul Forces is next to carry the burning flame for the city of Detroit and bring the soul back to Motown.
Denver, Clyfford Still & Photography (1/18 - 4/28): Clyfford Still & Photography is the first exhibition to explore this subject in depth and from different historical and critical perspectives.
Denver, CNS Performance Team Auditions (1/27): New Year, New Season! Whether you are a dancer of another style looking to try something new, or trying to grow your Salsa and Bachata Levels, we have what you are looking for!
Denver, Coastal Wives (1/25): Coastal Wives is a four piece indie blues rock band based out of Denver Colorado. This 3 year old band boasts a big sound. They play loud.
Denver, Cold River (1/18): At the end of the night, take home your own unique masterpiece - you will be amazed with what you can do!
Denver, Colfax Speed Queen (1/26): They're an original breed of garage, punk, rock, and surf. CSQ is not about going fast. They're about being hopped up and strung out on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Denver, Concert for Cash #11 (1/26): Concert for Cash is a fundraising dinner concert to benefit the Cash Scanlon Phillips Foundation. Doors open at 6pm. Tickets are $50
Denver, Couples Class: Restaurant at Home (1/18): This menu focuses on beloved flavor profiles that have become classics and will be paired with accompanying red, white and rose wines. Please note the cost listed is for two people.
Denver, Crooked Coast (1/27): Crooked Coast was formed on Cape Cod in the summer of 2012 .
Denver, Denver Adaptive Divers 3rd Annual Dinner (1/27): Join us to celebrate Denver Adaptive Divers (DAD): bringing the freedom of movement to those with physical disabilities and cognitive differences through Scuba Diving.
Denver, Don Quixote in Music at St. Andrews (1/19): Robert Osborne brings his internationally acclaimed pastiche to the Denver Area for the first time with Kathleen Schmidt as Dulcinea and Bradley Thompson as Sancho Panza.
Denver, Dont Be An A**hole Denver (1/25): We are grateful to be able to provide this education and hope it allows us to get one step closer to equality and inclusion in fitness.
Denver, Elder Grown (1/25): Funk meets Rock, Pop meets Hip Hop. Elder Grown combines the freedom of improve Jams with their Capturing, Original songs.
Denver, Electric Poetry (2/2): Longtime Denver songwriter Rob Roper takes his storytelling lyrics electric with his newest project, Electric Poetry. The musical genre defies categorization, as the styles range from Americana, rock
Denver, Everyone Orchestra (1/25): A laundry list of hundreds of musicians, dancers, singers, guest conductors and community organizations have embraced the experience of EO in single shots of musical adrenaline to the soul.
Denver, Eye & the Arrow (1/25): Eye and the Arrow is about pulling back, letting go, and hitting that red ring right in the center of the target.
Denver, Eyes On: Julie Buffalohead (7/29 - 1/20): Eyes On: Julie Buffalohead will showcase new work by the Minnesota-based artist, who is a citizen of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma.
Denver, Eyes On: Shimabuku (7/29 - 1/20): Eyes On: Shimabuku will showcase a video by Japan-based artist Shimabuku titled Do snow monkeys remember snow mountains?
Denver, FEMME JAM with Ms. Andry (1/26): We use an inclusive definition of "femme" and "female" and we welcome trans women, genderqueer women, and non-binary people who are significantly female identified.
Denver, f-ether (1/19): With music as deeply connected to nature as the tree-laden mountains he calls home, Colorado musician f-ether has found a way to digitize the organic.
Denver, Fitness Goals & Smoothie Bowls (1/26): When I lead nutrition challenges at gyms , that’s just phase 1! Phase 2 is taking those basic principles and individualizing them. That’s where the help of a Registered Dietitian comes in!
Denver, Flaural (1/25): Denver based quartet Flaural is an outfit with its eclectic roots of influence lodged as firmly in the fertile grounds of psychedelic pop as in the less-often associated soils of shoegaze, new wave, a
Denver, Flor de Toloache (1/27): Latin Grammy® nominated female band, Flor de Toloache continue to win the hearts of music fans both mainstream and traditional mariachi fans alike through their distinct vision and enlightened interpr
Denver, Frank Viele (1/19): "Frank Viele sings with such urgency that it is as if his very soul hangs in the balance of every note.
Denver, Free Kegging & Draft Systems Class (1/19): Want your beer two weeks faster? Tired of bottling? CO-Brew can help. We are hosting an introduction to kegging and draft systems class. We will talk about several aspects of kegging.
Denver, Full Moon Eclipse Sound Bath (1/20): Experience the Life Changing Power of The Full Moon and Total Lunar Eclipse along with the Healing Sound Vibrations of the Drum, Crystal Bowls and Harps!
Denver, Ginstrings (2/1): With 33 interchangeable strings and vibrant vocal harmonies, Ginstrings is an acoustic progressive string band with roots in Bluegrass, Folk and Americana.
Denver, Gloria Teen Night (1/18): Calling all artsy, theatre-loving, or simply curious teens! We have crafted the perfect night out for you and your friends. Admission is just $5!
Denver, Gold Trophy Show and Sale (1/26): The auction begins at 10 a.m. MST with the sale of the Market Bull and Market Heifer carcasses, followed by the live auction.
Denver, Grand, Grand Rebranding (1/19): Along with our taproom and patio remodel, we have been focused on creating a new, updated image for ourselves while continuing to focus on our Colorado crafted, German beer.
Denver, Grind Cat Grind (1/19): Raw, In your face, Heavy, Pure Rock n Roll!! Killer riffs, and Vocals make this Sleazy new band outta Denver one that is getting instant recognition!!!
Denver, Group Link (1/27): If you are not attending a Church in the House small group this is the opportunity for you to meet Facilitators and get plugged in to a group near you! I
Denver, Hang Rounders (1/19): Hang Rounders' music is best heard on a dance floor, where it is allowed to do its work and get you movin', singin', and bringin' (your sister).
Denver, Highlights from the Collection (Early 2019) (1/18 - 4/28): Clyfford Still & Photography is surrounded by a new display of the permanent collection installed throughout all of the Lanny and Sharon Martin Galleries.
Denver, Hooky Friday: Yoga & Wine (1/25): Can you skip out early for a little networking and neck working? I'm hosting this event to help us all connect more outside of the office with each other and with ourselves.
Denver, Howie Day (1/19): Howard Kern "Howie" Day is an American singer-songwriter originally from Maine known for his in-concert use of samplers and effects pedals in order to accompany himself.
Denver, Illuminati Congo, (1/19): Illuminati Congo is a Chicago based hip hop group with their second full length album, “All Eye See” scheduled to be released in the Fall of 2011.
Denver, Instant Empire (1/26): The band has been riding a creative wave over the last few years, and recent releases have included the warmest and most personal songs they've ever written.
Denver, Jaden Carlson Band (1/25): The Jaden Carlson Band is a power quartet from Boulder, Colorado, led by 17 year old guitarist Jaden Carlson.
Denver, January Craft Market (1/20): Join us every third Sunday for our Local Craft Market featuring a rotating group of super talented artists and crafters selling a wide variety of rad items.
Denver, Jason Ross Rooms Tour - Denver (2/1): Global Dance presents Ritual Fridays feat. Jason Ross Rooms Tour with No Mana. 18+ Admission. 21+ to drink. Doors open at 9:00pm
Denver, Jauntee (1/25): In a world filled with instant gratification, gimmicky over saturation and a lack of true improvisation, The Jauntee pays tribute to music’s ability to transcend simple entertainment and cultivate a t
Denver, Jennifer Jane Niceley (1/19): Tennessee songwriter Jennifer Jane Niceley pens jazz-hued folk with deep roots in southern soul and western twang .
Denver, Kaitlyn Williams Album Release Show (1/25): January 25th 2019 Kaitlyn Williams will release her Debut Album "Sunset"! Get ready for an AWESOME evening of music with Ghost Tapes and Dayton Stone & The Undertones!
Denver, King Cardinal (1/19): I moved to Denver on a whim," says King Cardinal founder Brennan Mackey.
Denver, Lainey Wilson (1/19): Hailing from the small farming community of Baskin, La., country music newcomer Lainey Wilson has as much grit in her as she does soul.
Denver, LEE & Co. - TRIO (1/18): Fri, 9-Close highlighted by $2 PBR Drafts, $5 PREMIUM (Jim Beam, Jones House Vodka/Gin (local distillery), Sauza, and Don Q) Well Drinks, $5 House Red or White Wine and $1 off ALL draft beers!!!
Denver, Lektrique (1/25): Lektrique, aka Vincent Sergeant, is a 25-year old electronic music producer from Belgium.
Denver, LGBT Foster Parent Support Group (1/26): This support group is for LGBT foster/kinship parents to connect with other LGBT foster/kinship parents and to support each other through the unique challenges gay foster/kinship parents face.
Denver, Lions Den Strength Mobility Performance (1/19): Enter The Flow is a 5-hour workshop that is designed to equip you with all the tools needed to begin mastering your kettlebell and bodyweight flow technique.
Denver, Lola Rising (1/26): Their dance-able rhythms, honest poetry, and smooth melodic multi-part harmonies makes their music familiar, fun, accessible, vivid, and thought-provoking.
Denver, Los Colognes (1/25): One of the highest and rarest aspirations in popular music is to reach for the transcendental, to access the spirit.
Denver, Love Stallion (1/19): Denver arena rock/glam band Love Stallion have released their debut album, produced by Emmy Award Winner and Certified Gold Record producer, Steve Avedis.
Denver, Lowdown Live (1/18): $10.00 Suggested donation at the door. Benefits DAS. HORROR BUSINESS (A tribute to the MISFITS). TOW TRUCK MIKE. OIL CITY RIOT. LOWDOWN
Denver, Lyle Divinsky (1/25): Lyle Divinsky, a.k.a. The Sasquatch of Soul, "doesn’t front: he sings soul and R&B, and that’s that.
Denver, Many Mountains (1/19): Many Mountains is a Folk-Rock Duo from Colorado.
Denver, Mawule (1/26): Born and raised in Accra, Ghana, music has always been an important part of Mawule’s life.
Denver, Mean Hand+ (1/19): Load in:8:00pm. Doors:8:30pm. Show:9:00pm. Adm.:$5.00. Age:21+
Denver, Metafonics (1/19): A four-piece soul-fusion band with funk, hip-hop, and electronic flavorings.
Denver, Mid-Winter Bluegrass Festival (2/15 - 2/17): One of America's favorite indoor bluegrass festivals, includes 15 national and regional bands, vocal/instrumental workshops, vendors' fair, beginner and youth jams and more! Now in our 33rd year!
Denver, Mitchell Tenpenny (2/1): Mitchell Tenpenny is an industry insider/outlier. Someone who has a local’s appreciation for the origins of Nashville and keen focus on what happens outside of Music City.
Denver, Morgan Wallen (1/19): You can’t step up as one of country’s most exciting new stars without knowing exactly what you’re about. Lucky for Big Loud Records breakout artist Morgan Wallen, that quality runs in his blood.
Denver, My Body Sings Electric (1/19): My Body Sings Electric’s music resonates with a sense of playfulness and lust for life. When you meet them in person, it’s easy to see why. Call their music indie.
Denver, Natalie Cressman (1/25): Possessing a voice as cool and crystalline as an Alpine stream, Natalie Cressman is a rising singer/songwriter and trombonist who draws inspiration from a vast array of deep and powerful musical curre
Denver, Open House - Voodoo Happy Hour (1/20): Nick will become Co-Owner/General Manager and Josh will become Co-Owner/Artistic Director of the Voodoo Comedy Playhouse.
Denver, Optimal Nutrition & Best Tests For Your Fertility (1/20): Join Dr's Dana Ambler & Cecily Yousaf at Just Be Kitchen for an intimate talk on fertility. Tickets include fertility friendly snacks and drinks from Just Be Kitchen- Tickets are $12 per person.
Denver, Outwod Power of Pride Competition - Denver (1/26): Absolutely not! Power of Pride is for EVERYONE! If you are an ally, sign up! If you are L G B T and or Q, sign up! We want you to be your best you with us at Power of Pride.
Denver, Paizley Park (1/19): Come see us at the Oriental Theater January 19th from 10:30pm-12! We have your tickets for $10.00, or they're $12.00 online, and $15.00 at the door.
Denver, Post Paradise (1/26): Blending strong lyrical and melodic influences from multiple genres, the four musicians comprising Post Paradise deliver an indie/alternative rock sound that is unique and memorable.
Denver, Prenatal Yoga Workshop (1/27): In this workshop, we will help expecting mamas find relief from pregnancy discomforts and help prepare the body and mind for labor, delivery and beyond.
Denver, Prince Lit at The Other Side (1/20): FANS MUST BE OVER 16 & Bar w/IDFans must be over 16 years old & Bar w/ID and have valid ID to attend this show. Sun, January 20, 2019. Doors: 6 PM / Show: 6:30 PM. $12 Advance / $15 Day Of Show
Denver, Pro Rodeo (1/18): Whether it's the barrel racing, bull riding or mutton bustin' that gets you going, this event has something for everybody!
Denver, Project 432 (1/25): This Denver based band is creating a buzz and hitting the ground running already booking shows from Austin to L.A., bringing a brand new sound carrying an explosively dynamic range of grooves & vibrat
Denver, Railroad Earth (1/19): Railroad Earth (formed in 2001) is a notoriously improvisational and progressive Bluegrass, Americana and roots band, hailing from Stillwater, New Jersey, U.S.
Denver, ReDefine: PAPER (1/18): CUT. PASTE. FOLD. An evening of exploring paper through a variety of hands-on activities with local artists, makers and community members.
Denver, Roots & Rhythm Band (1/27): James Speiser is a veteran of the Austin, TX, San Francisco, CA and Denver, CO blues scenes playing professionally over 25 years.
Denver, Ryan Viser (1/26): Ryan Viser, an American trumpet player and electronic music producer, has stirred up a frenzy and is gaining a rapid following amongst music fans with his trumpet laced bass..
Denver, Safety Committee Workshop (1/25): This workshop will review considerations for setting up a committee, guidelines for how the committee should function, and how to get results.
Denver, Self Care for Health Care Providers (1/26): Come join us for an enriching and educational workshop for Health Care Providers, and learn the tools that yoga can provide for self-nourishment.
Denver, Sipping + Sewing - Beginners (1/27): Dust off that ol' sewing machine and finally learn to use it! This is a beginner's class where you'll learn to troubleshoot your machine, hem your pants and even make a drawstring crowler gift bag.
Denver, Ski for Parkinsons (1/27): All proceeds benefit the programs and services provided by the Parkinson Association’s Yampa Valley Parkinson Support Network (YVPSN).
Denver, Sorry SweetHeart (1/19): powerhouse "Sorry Sweetheart" plays hard-hitting fourth wave skacore with a pop-punk sense of humor that is not to be missed.
Denver, Steelheart (1/19): Steelheart started off as a rock band called Red Alert whose members included James Ward (bass), Chris Risola (guitars), Jack Wilkenson (drums) and after auditioning, Michael Matijevic on vocals.
Denver, Stem Ciders 5 Year Anniversary Celebration (1/19): It's been an incredible 5 years at Stem Ciders, and now it's time to celebrate! Join us for a full day and night of incredible bluegrass, $5 cider pours, special releases and more.
Denver, Steve Kimock (1/25): His variegated brand of guitar, alternately subdued and vibrant, defies easy categorization.
Denver, Stone Deaf (1/25): Stone Deaf Fx and Amplification are a guitar/bass effects pedal and amplifier manufacturer that started producing unique and fantastic sounding gear in 2010.
Denver, Story Time! The Day It Rained Hearts! (1/25): After the story, we will talk about the message in the story and then paint a ceramic piece that goes with the story. So much fun and a great way to create memories that last forever!
Denver, Strategic Planning Workshop (1/18): BE UNSTOPPABLE in 2019! During this workshop, the LifePoint team will help you build an unstoppable and comprehensive plan for 2019.
Denver, The Abrams (1/25): It’s hard for John and James Abrams to recall a time in their young lives where they weren’t creating and playing music together.
Denver, The Amity Affliction (2/1): The Amity Affliction is an Australian post-hardcore and metalcore band formed in 2003 of high-school friends hailing from Gympie, Queensland, Australia.
Denver, The Corner Girls (1/26): We are a three piece pastel punk band from Denver, CO.
Denver, The Glitch Mob (2/2): American electronica synthpop band, The Glitch Mob is based in Los Angeles, California currently consisting of Edward Ma (aka edit), Justin Boreta (aka Boreta) and Josh Mayer (aka Ooah).
Denver, The New Orleans Suspects (1/25): New Orleans Suspects began playing together in 2009 as a pick-up band at the Maple Leaf in New Orleans.
Denver, The Organization In Blue Album Release (1/18): Based in the tradition of the likes of Larry Young, Jimmy Smith, and Jack McDuff, and pulsing to the heartbeat of current musical trends, this is a trio for now!
Denver, The Threadbarons (1/19): With three singer-songwriters from three different generations, you’d expect the ThreadBarons’ to be a mishmash of genres, directions, and voices.
Denver, The Werks (1/25): On their forthcoming LP Magic, jamband favorites The Werks transcend their roots while never losing their identity.
Denver, To Be Astronauts (1/26): Heavy alternative rock band from Denver Colorado. Influenced by bands like:Black Sabbath, Queens of the Stone Age, Nirvana, Clutch, and the Misfits.
Denver, Tomorrows Bad Seeds (1/25): Tomorrows Bad Seeds, “leaders of the new school” is a five piece American band from The South Bay of Los Angeles California, formed in 2004.
Denver, Tony Furtado (2/1): Very few musicians of any stripe so personify a musical genre as completely as Tony Furtado embodies Americana roots music.
Denver, Uncultured Swine (1/19): Uncultured Swine is an American Deathcore Band based in Colorado.
Denver, Valentines Prom 2019 (2/2): Join us for a night of dancing and elegant cocktails at the 2019 Valentine's Prom.
Denver, Vida Guitar Quartet from the U.K. (1/26): Vida’s ability to deliver music of the highest level with their trademark British humor has made group of four favorites in concert halls throughout the world.
Denver, Volunteer Celebration Dinner (1/26): We also have exciting news to share about where our volunteer team is headed in 2019. You won’t want to miss this. Join us for this special dinner where we can appreciate and honor you!
Denver, We Are William (1/26): Formed in 2017, We Are William aims to mend the gap between their favorite genres and produce a unique sound not easily pinned down by one single label.
Denver, Winter Unicorn Cake Class (1/20): Join instructor Chayla Turner as we turn our classic Unicorn cake into a winter inspired masterpiece! Come learn the techniques and design your own unicorn cake!
Denver, Womxns March Mosh 3 (1/19): Join us post Womxn's March for our 3rd Annual Womxn's March Mosh. All Proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood. $5 Suggested Donation. 21+ w/ ID.
Denver, Yawning Man (1/25): Yawning Man, who hail from the arid desert area of Southern California, have been playing, jamming, and recording since 1986, and are a highly influential band.
Denver, Year of the Cobra (1/25): In 2016, just a year and one EP into their career, Year of the Cobra released their full-length debut, ...in the Shadows Below.
Denver, You Knew Me When (1/19): A husband & wife duo from Ouray, CO, by way of Nashville, TN, YKMW is a convergence of folk, indie rock, & passionate songwriting.
Denver, Zion I (1/19): Hailing from Oakland, California, US, Zion I are an experimental hip hop duo who amalgamate a whole host of influences from several genres to create their unique sound.
Dillon, Backcountry Film Festival (1/19): The Backcountry Film Festival is a celebration of the human-powered experience and a gathering place for the backcountry snowsports community.
Englewood, Beyond Bridges (2/1): Beyond Bridges is a four member, Rock/Reggae band, from the flourishing town of Pueblo, CO.
Englewood, House With a Yard (1/25): House With a Yard is an on-going musical project founded by singer/songwriter Davey Wallace.
Englewood, jacob cade (1/26): Jacob Cade is a nineteen year old American singer, songwriter, musician, and multi-instrumentalist, best known as lead singer and guitarist of the band Jacob Cade, a three piece band he formed in a mi
Englewood, Rastasaurus (1/25): Hailing from Denver, CO and playing their own unique style dubbed as "New American Reggae" Rastasaurus has expanded quickly in the exploding Denver music scene.
Englewood, Something Like Seduction (2/1): Something Like Seduction is a 4 piece reggae/alternative band that was formed in October of 2011.
Erie, Luvin Arms Animal Care Orientation (1/20): Take the first step towards becoming an Animal Care Volunteer at Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary by attending one of our Animal Care Orientations!
Fort Collins, 2019 Preschool & Kids Activities Fair (1/26): Parents searching for a preschool will be brought together with representatives from a variety of local preschools in one location to find our if their philosophy fits in with yours.
Fort Collins, Beer for Boards - Fundraiser for Launch (1/25): Bring in your old skateboards and hardware, trade it in for beer! Skate decks can be in any condition, hardware must be a complete and matching set.
Fort Collins, Build Your Own Skateboard Workshop JAN 26 (1/26): In this 6 hour workshop, you will design your own one-of-a-kind skateboard deck. Fee includes uncut skate blank, griptape, art supplies, discount on accessories and pizza for lunch!
Fort Collins, Chair and Twerkshop with AJ (1/19): Clothing, comfy cloths to move and sweat in, kneepads or leg warmers and socks may be desires to help pad the joints.
Fort Collins, Compost: Making It & Using It (1/19): Adding compost to the soil is an important component of soil management for semi-arid Colorado landscapes because soils in dry climates are usually naturally low in organic matter.
Fort Collins, Give Kids a Smile Day 2019 (2/1): These free services are provided by volunteers including approximately 10,000 dentists annually, along with 30,000 other dental team members.
Fort Collins, Make It Official (1/18): Join us for this two-hour workshop facilitated by a business attorney and an accountant as they examine the pros and cons of entity types, explain how to register your business
Fort Collins, Mavis Staples (1/20): Mavis Staples is an alchemist of American music and has continuously crossed genre lines like no musician since Ray Charles.
Fort Collins, MindSpiral – Live in the Dome (1/18): In this never-before-heard concert event, mindSpiral will spin interactive and improvised music for our Northern Colorado audience, accompanied by the full-dome visuals of Belin Fieldson.
Fort Collins, Resolution Reset (2/2): Developing sustainable, healthy habits that help your body build health and prevent disease is essential to keep you on track with your health goals in 2019. I
Fort Collins, Roots & Rhythm (2/2): In the last 15 years James forged the heavy hitting authentic blues, funk and old-school R&B band Roots & Rhythm with the top local players who also tour nationally and internationally.
Fort Collins, Should You Traditionally or Self-Publish? (1/26): Not sure whether you should try to find an agent or self-publish your book? This hands-on workshop will give you all the facts and insight to help you decide.
Fort Collins, Soul 2 Soul (1/18): Jason Johnson of the local reggae band LunaShade has teamed up with Dalton Vaughan on hand drums and percussion to create a nice mellow acoustic blues groove with a splash of soul.
Fort Collins, Spring Semester Movie Night (2/1): Happy New Year and welcome back for the spring semester. Join us on Friday 2/1 at 7:00pm in the Fireside Room for a pizza and movie night. All are welcome!
Fort Collins, WORKSHOP: Job Search Strategies (FC) (1/18): Tap into unadvertised jobs using a target employer list and informational interviews. Rethink networking with easy approaches, even for introverts!
Granby, 44th Annual Ski for Light International Week (1/27 - 2/3): Please join us as a Blind, Visually or Mobility impaired SKIER, a *Cross-Country SKI GUIDE, or as a Volunteer, for the 44rd Annual SFL International Week, Jan. 27- Feb. 3, 2019, at the YMCA of the Roc
Grand Junction, A Celebration of Robert Burns (1/25): Join us for Poetry, Songs and some Traditional Scottish fare. Tickets are $15 dollars in advance and $20 at the door. Event starts at 7:30 pm doors open at 7.
Grand Junction, Effective Evaluation Workshop (1/19): Effective Evaluation Workshop. This two hour program will help you become a better speaker / evaluator and improve the quality of the relationships.
Grand Junction, Envelope All Ages Clay Class (1/19): We will be making these little clay envelopes from scratch! A perfect Valentine gift for Mom, Dad, Grandma or Grandpa! Total cost of class is $25+tax.
Grand Junction, Head For The Hills (1/26): Potions and Poisons is the fourth album of original music from Head for the Hills, the Colorado based post-modern bluegrass outfit of Adam Kinghorn, Joe Lessard, Matt Loewen and Sam Parks.
Grand Junction, Nisley Playground Project (1/18): 15% of every purchase at Steadfast Delights for the whole day will be given to this project. 100% of cotton candy and kettle corn sales will go to the project.
Grand Junction, Octopus Pillow Embroidery Class (1/18): Want to stitch this awesome, curly, whirly guy? Sign up for the Octopus Pillow Class! This eight-armed fellow is stitched with lots and lots of stem stitching.
Grand Junction, Red Rock Nissan Cage Wars Weigh Ins (1/25): See the Fighters Face Off before they enter the Cage Saturday Night at Two Rivers Convention Center. Weigh Ins are Free and open to the public!
Grand Junction, Sky Canyons 1st Anniversary Party! (1/25): We would like to formally invite you to attend our 1 Year Anniversary Party! It will take place January 25th from 4:00 – 8:00PM here at Sky Canyon.
Grand Junction, Star Wars Theme Night (1/19): Join us for a galatical-sized party as we create Star Wars inspired signs.
Grand Junction, Volunteer Open House (1/18): Join us for an open house to discover all our volunteer opportunities! Friday, January 18 • 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Artful Cup • 3090 North 12th Street
Grand Junction, Womens March Sign Making Party (1/19): All are welcome at the 3rd Annual Western Colorado Women's March in Grand Junction. Bring your family, friends and neighbors.
Greeley, FISH Crafts in Nature (1/26): The theme will be - Crafts in Nature! We will be offering a variety of crafts that are inspired by nature, which could include a nature walk on the property so dress accordingly!
Greeley, FMJ at Key Largo (2/2): Join Five Month Journey at Key Largo Lounge in Greeley on February 2, 8:30pm - 12:30am.
Greeley, One Flew West (1/19): One Flew West formed in Longmont, Colorado in 2014. They garnered immediate attention with their first single, “Kind of Love,” which placed in the Top 3 for KTCL’s Hometown for the Holidays.
Greenwood Village, Erik Griffin (1/31 - 2/2): Comedy Works South at the Landmark in Greenwood Village presents Erik Griffin performing January 31 – February 2!
Greenwood Village, On Stage Alaska (1/19): Holland America Line and AAA Travel proudly present ON STAGE ALASKA, an exhilarating live performance and film presentation. Free event, free parking.
Lafayette, Mike Massé (1/20): Mike Masse is internationally acclaimed acoustic artist, known for his epic performances of classic rock covers.
Lakewood, Annual Resident Ball (1/18): We are celebrating our residents who’ve made us their home with our annual, formal Resident Ball. Get ready for an evening of elegance! For more information call: 303-742-4800
Lakewood, Brews and Tunes Ski Tuning Night (1/19): Do you like hot wax, sharp edges and beer?! How about gear giveaways, ski movies and live music? We do too!!! Ski season is here and its time to get your gear freshened up!
Lakewood, Casualty Care - Stop The Bleed (1/20): You will see real world examples that will demonstrate the need to have the knowledge and proper tools to deal with severe trauma.
Lakewood, Catty Hour (1/18): Enjoy a drink and lots of kitty cuddles! We will have Wine and Snacks! Donations are much appreciated. This is an ADULTS ONLY event.
Lakewood, Hall of Fame/RamNation Ball (1/19): A ticket to the event gets you dinner, dancing, a live and silent auction, Wine Pull and a chance to see these incredible people inducted into the GMHS Hall of Fame!
Lakewood, Sibshop (1/19): Siblings of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities or mental health concerns are welcome to come participate in this fun, lively day of fun activities, games and delicious food!
Littleton, Frosty’s Frozen Five & Ten (1/26): Frosty’s Frozen Five & Ten is a flat and fast 5 mile and 10 mile race held each January in Littleton, Colorado.
Littleton, Spiritual Reader & Healer Fair (1/19): Start your new year by releasing what you no longer need and focusing on what you want to bring into 2019.
Longmont, Annual Customer Appreciation Party (1/27): Please join us in celebrating YOU at our Customer Appreciation Party! We wouldn’t be here without you, our amazing customers, and your support, your kindness, and your wonderful big hearts!
Longmont, Chakra balancing for Moms and Kids (1/19): Emily Blank, Intuitive Energy Healer, will help you create balance on the physical, emotional and spiritual levels with a 15-minute energy balancing.
Longmont, Date Night/Late Night: Healthy Salmon Pan Roast (1/18): You’ve had a busy week and head to Happy Hour with your friends. What next? You are hungry! Invite your pals home and prepare a pantry shelf supper with what you have on hand.
Longmont, ECSC Open House! (1/19): January 19th, 11 - 2: Open House. Refreshments. Door Prizes hourly. A Traveler’s Scavenger Hunt. Special Travel Deals. Meet our amazing team!
Longmont, First 800 Meter Challenge! (1/19): Free to run, AND all your beer that day is the price of the time you run in (ex. 3 min 800 meter = $3 pints ALL DAY!)
Longmont, Free Community Women/Teens Self-Dfense Workshop! (1/19): This is a free Community Self-Defense Awareness for Tran's members, family, friends, co-workers, and free to our Longmont community. Date: Saturday, January 19th. Time: 10:00-11:30 AM
Longmont, Music - Honeytree (1/27): Honeytree is a collaboration between Monocle Band's Monica Whittington and Eric Wiggs .
Longmont, Taylor Shae (2/1): Taylor Shae is an 18 year old award-winning singer-songwriter, born and raised in a town overlooking the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Louisville, Ragged Union (1/26): Welcome to the quickly-evolving world of Ragged Union.
Loveland, 4th Annual Gingerbread House Contest (1/25): This years theme is “A Key to my Heart” to go along with the City of Loveland’s Valentine theme of Love Locks and Lights. Each team will be given a gingerbread house and basic decorations.
Loveland, 6th Annual Chili Cookoff - Including Soups & Sides (2/3): Groups are encouraged to decorate and get into themes for their chili, soup & side dish. So gather your recipes, gather your friends, and get ready to battle it out all in the name of fun!
Loveland, Chakra Balance Session Day (1/26): Chakra Balance Session Day is a great way to save time & money while still receiving relaxation & regaining balance for your mind, body, & soul!
Loveland, Dyeing to Dye (1/27): A beginner to intermediate class on natural fiber dyeing. There will be instruction on dye types along with various techniques.
Loveland, Harry Potter Adults ONLY Night! (1/18): Come paint your own hand sculpted wand, enjoy Potter snacks, and even catch a glimpse of a real owl from Rocky Mountain Raptor Program! You can even bring your own adult beverage!
Loveland, Loveland Chamber Annual Dinner (1/25): A night to GLOW at the Loveland Chamber's Annual Dinner. Sponsors will decorate their tables with an 80's theme, judges will pick the best table that GLOWS
Loveland, Mountainfilm on Tour - Loveland, CO (2/2): Founded in 1979, Mountainfilm is one of America’s longest-running film festivals. The annual festival is held every Memorial Day weekend in Telluride.
Northglenn, Nordic Daughter (1/19): Nordic Daughter is more than a band, we are a movement that brings music to weary souls.
Pueblo, Concealed Carry Class - Pueblo (1/26): With this class you can apply for your Colorado Concealed Carry License which allows you to carry in 35 states. Cost for the class is $89
Telluride, The Higgs (2/2): The Higgs are a four-piece jam band based in Los Angeles, CA.
Thornton, One (1/19): Life is busy, take just ONE moment to come and connect with other women. We will laugh, we may cry, we will grow and we will learn. RSVP to get more information about this amazing morning.
Thornton, Wreath Clean Up Day (1/26): This is the clean up day to fulfill the last requirement for our Travis Manion/GORUCK patch.
Westminster, Coming Home to Yourself with Keira (1/20): Join Keira for this amazing 1.5 hour Yoga Nidra workshop. Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice of deep conscious relaxation, or meditation.
Westminster, Keto Fest (1/19): This January we are celebrating our monthly Wellness Fair by featuring IDEAS and PRODUCTS that support anyone implementing the KETO DIET into their routine!
Westminster, Winter Tour 2019 (1/20): The full 5 piece band is heading to Kansas, Colorado, Arizona, and Texas! Hope to see you along the way!
Westminster, Yin with Hot Stones Workshop (1/27): The Yin practice also helps lower stress and anxiety and calm the nervous system. It helps the body return to its natural healthy rhythm and you’ll leave feeling revitalized.