Aug. 9th - Oct. 21st
An exceptional collection of "art that is felt with the heart." A to Z Global Folk Art honors everyday art that embodies and reflects cultural identity. "We are excited to showcase a variety of eclectic art from local cultures around the world," said Heidi Cross, Chair of the Museum's Board of Directors. "Unlike items that are mass produced, folk art conveys the personality of the craftsperson as well as the artist's culture and community. It is the art of the everyday by people with a creative spirit." The remarkable exhibit features global folk art from over 20 contributors in Northern Colorado. Examples include a tapa cloth purse from Fiji, a Hindu goddess from Bali made from antique coins and gilded tree bark, and a Mikoshi puppet head from the mountains of western Japan. Admission: $5 adults, $3 seniors/students, & $1 youth.
Aug. 17th - Oct. 1st
This summer, Denver is home to Disney's new Broadway-bound musical Frozen and you can be among the first to see it! Inspired by the hit award-winning film, Frozen will feature more music, incredible stagecraft, and the epic story you love - now told as a full-length Broadway musical.
Sep. 1st - 30th
September is Library Card Sign-up Month across Colorado and the U.S.! Get a library card for every family member this month to take advantage of so many fun, educational programs for the whole family, along with books, movies, music, ebooks, magazines, audiobooks, online research resources, nature backpacks with state park passes, and so much more - all for free! And as your kids head back to school, from free access to STEAM programs/activities, educational apps, homework help, technology workshops to the expertise of librarians, a library card is one of the most cost effective - FREE! - back to school supplies available. To find your nearest public library, go to https://find.coloradolibraries.org/.
Sep. 11th - 17th
Join us for Military Appreciation Week! It's a week of even bigger thanks to our military personnel for their continued service to our great country. This week's military discount features 50% off normal admission base price, which is offered to all active-duty, veteran and retired military personnel and their dependents living in the same household. March on up to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for a week full of stars, stripes and sunshine! Price varies by day; for all the details visit: http://www.cmzoo.org/military.
Sep. 12th - Oct. 12th
University of Colorado Boulder Natural History Museum
Join us for a bite of fun in the middle of your day and after school! Explore real trilobite fossils and make a paper trilobite model to take home. Â We'll be outside the north entrance to the museum with our chocolate fondue pot so you can design your own trilobite cookie. Follow up with visits to our Paleontology Hall to explore other fossil plants and animals, and to the BioLounge to learn about condors.
Wednesday, October 12. 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sep. 14th - Dec. 9th
"The Disappearing Mining Landscape of Grant County, New Mexico"
The Western Museum of Mining & Industry's new special exhibit, utilizes photography with geological samples and information to document all the districts of the historical mining landscape of Grant County, New Mexico.
The new exhibit will open Thursday September 14, 2017 at 6:00 pm, followed by a guest lecture. The exhibit will be available to view during normal museum hours (Monday - Saturday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm) until Saturday December 9, 2017. Normal museum admission rates will apply.
Why is the history of mining worth preserving in Grant County? Mining is the reason for the existence of Silver City; furthermore mining has always been part of Grant County!
Years of photography and geology training and experience are behind the creation of this body of work.
It is meant to preserve history for others to contemplate, to understand, to enjoy and to be inspired by!
New exhibit! "The Disappearing Mining Landscape of Grant County, New Mexico"
In association with the exhibit opening, Ms. Ann McMahon and Mr. Andrew Lindlof will speak with guests about their experience gathering the necessary information for this exhibit and the importance of preserving the history of mining in Grant County. The lecture will take place Thursday, September 14, 2017. Light refreshments will be served at 6:00 pm and the talk will start at 7:00 pm. Those interested in attending please contact the museum to reserve a spot. Please call 719-488-0880 or respond by e-mail at email@example.com.
Short description: We're keeping Joy Park open after hours from 4 - 8 pm (or dusk) on the third Friday of every month, May - September, thanks to a collaboration with Denver Parks and Recreation. Please note: These FREE nights include access to Joy Park only and are weather permitting. Except for the restrooms, the inside of the Museum will be closed.
Sep. 15th - 17th
The 12th Annual Parker Oktoberfest, September 15-17, will bring back the German charm with our original Paulaner beer and German food chefs, bands and dancers. We pride in having you with your family and friends enjoy this year's event which promises to be our best one yet. NEW this year! The German Fairytale Land; learn about the German tale culture with visuals and interesting information. First time ever, a dachshund race and a dachshund costume contest; make sure you sign up your darling for these events taking place Sunday 17th. A mustache competition - YES! You heard right! Do you have an incredible mustache to show off? Sign up soon. In addition, there will be a silent auction and raffle give aways. Learn more about the German culture than you ever have. As always, the kiddos will have lots to do as well. Free admission. Go to www.parkeroktoberfest.com
10795 Victorian Dr., Parker, CO 80138
September 15th - Fri 6 p - 10 p
September 16th - Sat 11 a - 10 p
September 17th - Sun 10 a - 5 p
Event organizer: Council of Arts, Science and Culture
Event Manager: Laura von Bergman
Sep. 15th - 17th
CherryArts Festival at Stanley, produced by the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, takes place at Stanley Marketplace, located on the border of Aurora and Stapleton at 2501 Dallas St., on September 15, 16 and 17 and will feature national art and local flavor.
On September 15, 16 and 17 the event is free and open to the public and will include a national juried art show with nearly 100 exhibiting artists in 13 categories, including ceramics, mixed media, digital art, photography, metalworks and drawing. For a complete list of participating artists, visit http://cherryartsstanley.org/exhibiting-artists/. In addition to the artists, visitors will enjoy children's activities at Creation Station, interactive art installations, food trucks and live entertainment.
Sep. 15th - Oct. 29th
To get what he wants, Macbeth will let nothing stand in his way - not the lives of others, the people of Scotland or his own well-being. As his obsession takes command of his humanity and his sanity, the death toll rises and his suspicions mount. Shakespeare's compact, brutal tragedy kicks off the grand reopening of our theatre-in-the-round in a visceral re-imagining from director Robert O'Hara. This ambitious reinvention of the classic tale reminds us that no matter what fate is foretold, the man that chooses the dagger must suffer the consequences.
Known for his audacious artistic vision, Director Robert O'Hara is "shaking up the world, one audience at a time" (The New York Times). He has won the 2010 NAACP Award for Best Director, two Obie Awards, an Oppenheimer Award and the 2015 Lambda Literary Award for LGBT Drama. This is his first production at the DCPA.
Producing Partners: Isabelle Clark, Keith & Kathie Finger and Diana & Mike Kinsey
Sep. 16th - Oct. 29th
The world's greatest detective is not who people think he was. In fact he was not a he at all. Ms. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Joanna Watson must solve the mystery of a generations' old curse that dooms each male in the Baskerville family to be hunted by a demon dog. Can Holmes and Watson discover the truth before the Hound claims the life of the final heir to the Baskerville name?
Audience and actors meet at the Chautauqua Picnic Shelter and take a moderate hike on the Enchanted Mesa Trail while scenes from the play are performed along the way. Approximate length of the hike is two miles with an elevation gain of 400 feet.
Audience members are encouraged to bring camping chairs and/or blankets and mats to sit on while watching the scenes. Water, sunscreen and hats are suggested and comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing are strongly encouraged. In case of inclement weather, the performance will be held under the Picnic Shelter.
Buy early! Each hike is capped at low numbers and tends to sell out in advance. Recommended for ages six (6) and older.