Cherry Creek North Denver Colorado Highlights 10-06-15

Spice shop shutting down in Cherry Creek 80206
After five years, Cherry Creek is losing a posh spice shop. Penzeys Spices closed its Cherry Creek location at 200 Fillmore St. on Monday after a five-year run. Full Article Here

The Cherry Cricket looks back in seventy years 80206
Cherry Cricket general manager Kathy Huddleston and bar manager Clifton Bell have 25 combined years of experience serving customers at the venerable Cherry Creek burger joint, but that’s still only a fraction of the bar’s long life on East Second Avenue. Full Article Here

Don’t miss the Cherry Creek Farmers Market 80206
Farmers Markets are plentiful in the state of Colorado, from the Vail Farmers Market through the spring and summer to the Cherry Creek Farmers Market in the Denver Metro area. Denver Union Station is joining the fun hosting a Harvest Market on Wynkoop Plaza on October 10th, 2015. Full Article Here

Live Love Lash Grand Re-Opening Party 80206
After three Fabu-LASH years, we have outgrown our current space. Join us, as we celebrate the accomplishments of Live Love Lash in our new 3400 square-foot, state-of-the-art studio. Full Article Here

Starbucks in Cherry Creek 80206
Starbucks has been working on adding alcohol to its menu for quite some time now and it’s finally happening. The Denver Metro area is getting 9 of the 70 locations and one is right here in our own Cherry Creek. Full Article Here

The Marina at Cherry Creek 80206
It’s amazing how many people don’t know that there’s a marina in Cherry Creek State Park. Or that sailing, power boating — and a myriad of water sports even exists minutes from home. But 1.6 million people enter our fabulous oasis every year — 600,000 on foot or on a bike. Full Article Here

Cherry Creek vs. Cherokee Trail football 80206
It took a little longer than they might have wanted, but Cherry Creek football scored on the final possession in overtime to beat Cherokee Trail 16-13. Full Article Here

Things to do in Denver | October 06 – October 11

October 06 – Beautiful Monster: Classic Horror Films @ Denver Central Library
In horror movies, you’re not usually supposed to sympathize with the monster. Sometimes, though, the monster’s circumstances are so tragic, and so relatable, that you have little choice. See Details 

October 06 – Ashley Eliza Williams: Phenomena @ Goodwin Fine Art
Ashley Eliza Williams takes landscapes to a dreamy place at Goodwin Fine Art, with unsentimental imagery clouded over by mist — and maybe spaceships. See Details 

October 06  – Kim Dickey/Kahn + Selesnick/William Lamson @ Robischon Gallery
Robischon Gallery’s fall shows branch out to feature three prominent artists working in very different mediums: The team of Kahn + Selesnick, whose staged photographic works, sometimes blended with painting and sculptural elements, tell complex stories in a single shot; sculptor Kim Dickey, who builds forms from tapestries of glazed terracotta shapes; and multimedia artist William Lamson, who explores video in this show. See Details 

October 07 – Indigenous Film & Arts Festival @ Denver Metro Area
Small but potent, Denver’s Indigenous Film & Arts Festival serves a niche constituency at best, but it does it so very well, and this year’s weeklong slate of films and events covers a lot of ground while bringing to light the modern struggles and issues facing native populations around the world. See Details

October 07 – A Film for All Seasons @ Denver Metro Area
For the past three decades, Marilyn Minter has produced images that are explicit, engaging, and up-close and personal. See Details

October 07 – Stratum: New Works by Naomi Scheck and Peter Yumi @ Helikon Gallery & Studios
Landmark’s popular and consistent classic-film showcase gets spooktacular with screenings on Wednesdays in October at the Landmark Chez Artiste and Esquire theatres that are both conventional. See Details

October 08 – Stories from the Square: Investing in Main Street
Sally Centrigrade has fun this fall with artists both local and global, each of whom decorated the same base — a small-scale wooden diamond shape — with pop, surreal and street imagery. See Details

October 08 – Coney Island/Harlem: Iconic New York City Communities @ Robert Anderson Gallery
New York photographer Harvey Stein is known worldwide for his documentation of street life in the city, and he mainly operates on Big Apple time, running an East Village gallery and teaching workshops at the International Center of Photography. See Details 

October 09 – Reading Until Dawn Con @ Embassy Suites Denver Downtown Convention Center
You can go to almost any con and watch authors you like sit on panels and talk about how they come up with their ideas — but how often do you get a chance to drink wine in a pillow fort with them? At Reading Until Dawn Con, the pillow fort is one of the main attractions. See Details

October 09 – Tribes @ Ricketson Theatre
Stephen Weitz, artistic director of the much-acclaimed Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company, read Nina Raine’s Tribes three years ago but, given the technical requirements, knew there was no way his small company could produce it. See Details

October 09 – Off-Center Season Kickoff Party @ Jones Theatre
No one has ever accused Curious Theatre artistic director Chip Walton of underestimating his audience’s intelligence.  See Details

October 10 – What’s Out There Weekend Denver @ Denver Metro Area
The city we live in is a patchwork of structured landscapes, though we don’t always see it that way: The Denver metro area boasts beautiful parks and unique green spaces that we enjoy without ever wondering how they got here. See Details

October 10 – Lera Lynn @ Swallow Hill Music Hall
Suggesting both Norah Jones and Gillian Welch, Lera Lynn’s music is rootsy and refined, homespun without pouring on the twang. The young Nashville-based singer-songwriter — who was actually born in Houston and grew up in Georgia — stirred up lots of “one to watch” talk, and eventually landed herself on David Letterman, with 2014’s The Avenues. See Details

October 11 – Cinema Contra: Black Lives Matter @ Glob
Film has long been the preferred medium for activism, and in light of racial tension exploding all over the country in the past year, Glob’s Cinema Contra program takes a look at some pieces that highlight the injustices, treatment and messages that surround a statement that, sadly, had to become a hashtag in order to get people to listen and watch. See Details

October 11 – My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding @ The Soiled Dove Underground
Theatre Or presents the regional premiere of a musical comedy about a woman’s journey of self-discovery by David Hein and Irene Carl Sankoff. See Details

October 11 – IMAX at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Now showing: Galapagos 3D: Nature’s Wonderland, Journey to Space 3D, Secret Ocean 3D and Humpback Whales 3D. See Details

Cherry Creek North Denver Colorado Highlights 9-29-15

Fall Wine Tasting – and More 80206
The Vineyard Wine Shop and Vinue Food and Wine Bar will provide an interesting variety of red and white wines for our tasting enjoyment. To finish the evening, Enstrom Candies will be offering their famous toffee and other sweets.  Full Article Here 

CCNNA Dines Out – Sweet Ginger 80206
Please come, socialize with your neighbors  & enjoy a selection of some of this  wonderful restaurant’s most popular dishes. Everything will be served family style so you may discover some new favorites.  Full Article Here 

Fall Wine Tasting 80206
Don’t miss this great fall event which is sure to sell out. We have just added an exciting new restaurant, Blue Island Oyster Bar, to our lineup of food sponsors.  Full Article Here

Cherry Creek Restaurants 80206
Just steps from 52 Cherry Creek North Restaurants, the JW Marriott is perfect for those seeking delicious coffee, hamburgers or fine dining. Cherry Creek has something for every flavor.  Full Article Here

Art Smart 80206
Art Smart is a week of educational experiences led by the galleries of Cherry Creek North. Join artists, dealers, experts and creators as they come together for one week of programs and offer insight into the world of art and answer questions about art of all forms.  Full Article Here

TruAmerica Partnership Acquires Cherry Creek Community 80206
This latest acquisition represents TruAmerica’s third joint venture with Investcorp and increases the firm’s Denver portfolio to more than 2,200 units.  Full Article Here

Cherry Creek Schools factor race into learning 80206
For years, the Cherry Creek School District has embraced the idea that race has to be part of the process in finding ways kids can learn. Bull knows discussing race can be difficult for school districts.  Full Article Here

Field hockey rankings: Cherry Creek, Golden join poll 80206
Cherry Creek and Golden have joined this week’s field hockey ranking.  Full Article Here

Things to do in Denver | September 29 – October 04

September 29 – Shannon & the Clams @ Denver
In a scene oversaturated with bands mining the 1960s, Shannon and the Clams manage to stand out in stark contrast to their peers.  See Details

September 29 – Shannon & the Clams @ Denver
In a scene oversaturated with bands mining the 1960s, Shannon and the Clams manage to stand out in stark contrast to their peers.  See Details

September 29 – Purity Ring @ Boulder
Megan James and Corin Roddick started off in the Montreal experimental-pop band Born Gold. Around four years ago, while on tour with that outfit, Roddick started further exploring his interest in electronic music and formed Purity Ring.  See Details

September 29 – Stratum: New Works by Naomi Scheck and Peter Yumi
At Helikon, Denver artists Naomi Scheck and Peter Yumi juxtapose individual bodies of densely layered mixed-media work. While Scheck’s are contemplative, Yumi’s are explosive.  See Details

September 29 – Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty
For the past three decades, Marilyn Minter has produced images that are explicit, engaging, and up-close and personal. See Details

September 29 – Rosenwald
You may think you know the great American retailer that changed the very nature of commerce by offering everything under the sun at low prices for delivery to your doorstep.  See Details

September 30 – KRS-ONE
KRS-One (aka Lawrence Parker) was the sole constant member of Boogie Down Productions, whose 1987 album, Criminal Minded, is often cited as the record that introduced gangsta rap to an unsuspecting world.  See Details

September 30 – Stories from the Square: Investing in Main Street
Larimer Square has been celebrating its fiftieth anniversary all summer.  See Details

September 30 – Larimer Square has been celebrating its fiftieth anniversary all summer.
Denver’s Best Bloodthirsty Film Host, Theresa Mercado, gave us a look at the modern age of horror with her last series on the French Extremes of the early 2000s.  See Details

October 01 – The Flick
No one has ever accused Curious Theatre artistic director Chip Walton of underestimating his audience’s intelligence.  See Details

October 02 – ZZ Ward
Zsuzsanna Ward got her start singing classic blues and R&B in her father’s band at age twelve. The experience instilled in her a keen sense of melody and vocal expressiveness that served her well when she moved to Los Angeles from Oregon.  See Details

October 02 – Showing Off
Denver Art Museum director Christoph Heinrich has put together an exhibit on the fourth floor of the Hamilton Building highlighting works that have come into the permanent collection over the past several years.  See Details

October 02 – Stompin’ Ground Games: Ruby Hill Park
Warm Cookies of the Revolution hosts the first in a yearlong series of events celebrating the cultural vibrancy of various Denver neighborhoods.  See Details

October 03 – Horseshoe Market
The Horseshoe’s become our perennial Best of Denver winner, and somehow, it just keeps getting better.  See Details

October 04 – Lookingglass Alice 01:30PM @ The Stage Theatre
The Denver Center Theatre Company is importing a family-friendly show to kick off the 2015-2016 season; in this case, it’s Chicago’s Lookingglass Theatre Company and Lookingglass Alice, an acrobatic take on Lewis Carroll’s trip down the rabbit hole.  See Details

October 04 – Regina Benson: Water Marks All Day @ Ice Cube Gallery
Regina Benson and Ray Tomasso share the spacious galleries at Ice Cube for what will be one of the last exhibitions to grace that co-op space, since artists are being pushed out by rising rents.  See Details

Cherry Creek North Denver Colorado Highlights 9-22-15

Incoming office project sends Cherry Creek North restaurant scrambling 80206
A Cherry Creek breakfast spot will crack its last egg later this month. Full Article Here

Cherry Creek vs. Jordan 80206
Cherry Creek (3-0) is the reigning 5A state titlist in Colorado. The Bruins earned their 10th-consecutive victory with a fiercely fought 7-6 win against state No. 2 Pomona (Arvada) last week. Full Article Here

Fruit-powered food chain hitting Cherry Creek North 80206
A California restaurant chain with a menu that features exotic fruits will open its first Colorado location in December, and it has two more locations planned through 2017. Full Article Here

Openings: Hosts, Servers, Bussers, and Pantry/Fry @Hapa Sushi Grill & Sake Bar-Cherry Creek North 80206
We are looking for enthusiastic people to join our Hapa family.  Hapa provides a fun, team oriented atmosphere filled with great cuisine and exciting people. We are hiring front of house and back of house positions. Full Article Here

Cherry Creek Theatre Presents the Regional Premier of SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM  80206
This “portrait on an artist” takes us through songs from his hit shows such as “West Side Story,” “Into the Woods” and “Sunday in the Park with George.” The show features archival and interview footage with the composer himself where he shares the inspirations, agonies and joys that have gone into creating over six decades of art. Full Article Here

Cherry Creek North Rezoning 80206
The Cherry Creek Area Plan outlines a vision for a connected, distinctive, green and prosperous Cherry Creek.  Achieving this vision requires that Denver update outdated zoning rules governing the development of properties within the business district bordered by University Boulevard, Colorado Boulevard, 3rd Avenue and 1st Avenue. Full Article Here

Incredible 2bdrm in the Heart of Cherry Creek North 80206
Luxury Laid Back Living in upscale neighborhood of Cherry Creek North. Located minutes from downtown Denver, this unique property offers affordable spacious options in spectacular area extraordinarily energy efficient, increased natural light, low flow fixtures, and in-unit washer and dryer. Full Article Here

Cherry Creek Announces Bicentennial Parade Winners 80206
Organizers of the bicentennial parade held recently in Cherry Creek have announced the winners in the various categories. Full Article Here

Looking for things to do in Denver? | September 21-27, 2015

September 21 – Panties at the Bar 9:00pm @ 3 Kings Tavern
The perfect cure for a case of the Mondays. See Details

September 21 – Boulder International Fringe Festival All Day @ Boulder
Part of the reason that the Boulder International Fringe Festival has made it to its eleventh season is because of its pure watchability: Fringe artists, who work in everything from comedy, theater, dance and storytelling to juggling, strange interactions and explorations, shear back the superfluous and connect with their crowds as directly as possible. See Details

September 21 – Multiverse All Day @ Downtown Aurora Visual Arts
As any serious physicist or casual comic-book fan can tell you, there’s a very real possibility that there’s not just one universe, but many. See Details

September 22 – Civic Center Eats 11:00am @ Civic Center Park
Only in Denver can you get the food-truck lunch of your heart’s desire and also work it off — sometimes on the same day — at one handy, central location. See Details

September 23 – Offensively Delicious: A Craft Beer Comedy Show 6:00pm @ The Oriental Theater
Comedy and beer have always shared a frothily symbiotic relationship. Local breweries sponsor, host and lubricate standup showcases in their taprooms all over town. See Details

September 23 – Matt Scobev: Come Dig the Essence All Day @ Leon
As an artist, Denverite Matt Scobey is interested in simple but big concepts — things like form, process, assemblage and the fine art of upcycling everyday materials. See Details

September 24 – Scream Screen: The Giallo Films of Dario Argento 9:30pm @ Sie FilmCenter
Denver’s Best Bloodthirsty Film Host, Theresa Mercado, gave us a look at the modern age of horror with her last series on the French Extremes of the early 2000s. See Details

September 25 – Russell Peters 8:00pm @ Temple Hoyne Buell Theater
Like Brian Regan, Russell Peters has achieved comedy superstardom despite a comparative dearth of high-profile film and television appearances. See Details

September 26 – Coney Island/Harlem: Iconic New York City Communities 11:00am @ Robert Anderson Gallery
New York photographer Harvey Stein is known worldwide for his documentation of street life in the city, and he mainly operates on Big Apple time, running an East Village gallery and teaching workshops at the International Center of Photography. See Details

September 26 – Signs & Letters: Intrusion Into the Everyday All Day @ DATELINE
Denver artist Peter Miles Bergman’s aesthetic is rooted in the ’90s-era Culture Jamming movement, an underground world of made-up organizations, outrageous pseudonyms and pseudo-scientific pronouncements that aimed to subvert the ubiquitous imagery and media we tend to take for granted by visually altering and satirizing the focal points of the status quo. See Details

September 26 – Magic: The Gathering Battle for Zendikar Pre-release All Day @ Denver Metro Area
The newest expansion for Magic: The Gathering, the world’s most popular trading-card game, is hitting shelves this month, and that means it’s pre-release time. See Details

September 27 – Alley Cat Karaoke 9:00pm @ Sie FilmCenter
Alley Cat Karaoke, offered free every Sunday starting at 9 p.m. with drink specials until close in the Sie filmCenter’s Henderson Lounge, utilizes the lounge’s televisions and a large projection screen to deliver lyrics to you and the rest of the crowd. See Details

Looking for things to do in Denver? | September 14-20, 2015

September 14 – BrewHa!Ha! All Day @ Denver Central Library
Programmers had no problem coming up with a solidly Denver-centric theme for the Denver Public Library’s citywide BrewHa!Ha! series in September.  See Details

September 14 – Monday Music & Movie Trivia 7:30pm @ Sie FilmCenter
“You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” Who wrote those words in an old song?  See Details

September 14 – Deborah Butterfield: The Nature Of Horses 9:00am @ Denver Botanic Gardens
Visitors to the Denver Art Museum have long admired the trio of rustic, cast-bronze horse sculptures by Deborah Butterfield that were corralled in the Ponti Building’s Kemper Garden nearly twenty years ago. See Details

September 14 – The Denver Artists Guild: Its Founding Members All Day @ Byers-Evans House Museum
Works by the guild’s original 52 members, exhibited in conjunction with the release of the book The Denver Artists Guild: Its Founding Members; An Illustrated History.  See Details

September 14 – Civic Center MOVES All Day @ Civic Center Park
Enjoy free fitness classes morning, noon and evening all summer in historic Civic Center Park until October 08. See Details

September 15 – Showing Off All Day @ Denver Art Museum
Denver Art Museum director Christoph Heinrich has put together an exhibit on the fourth floor of the Hamilton Building highlighting works that have come into the permanent collection over the past several years.  See Details

September 15 – Tony Ortega: Hybridity All Day @ William Havu Gallery
Veteran Denver artist Tony Ortega takes the spotlight until September 19 at the Golden Triangle’s Havu Gallery, bringing a mixture of his colorful signature works depicting the common people and pop-art paintings commenting on the culture clash between all-American and Latino societies. See Details

September 15 – Jokes of Nature All Day @ RedLine
Co-curators Donald Fodness and Geoffrey Shamos say the idea for Jokes of Nature, a new group exhibit focusing on the grotesque in contemporary art, grew out of a conversation they had a couple of years ago and has been in the works since then.  See Details

September 15 – A New Fine Line: Contemporary Ink Painting from China All Day @ Center for Visual Art/MSU
Some movements in contemporary Chinese art take an in-your-face attitude when dealing with the issues of rapid change and Western influences in a centuries-old culture.  See Details

September 17 – The Flick 8:00pm @ Curious Theatre Company
No one has ever accused Curious Theatre artistic director Chip Walton of underestimating his audience’s intelligence.  See Details

September 18 – Denver Beer Fest
The seventh annual Denver Beer Fest, presented by VISIT DENVER in partnership with the Colorado Brewers Guild, takes place September 18 – 26, 2015!  See Details

September 19 – Creator’s Beastival (of Doom) 6:00pm @ Mile High Comics Megastore
Don’t miss the last day of the benefit concert hosted by Mile High Comics and mini con of some of Denver’s greatest talent in comics, film, fashion and more.  See Details

September 20 – Westword Dish 2015 11:00am @ Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park
Westword hosts its 21st annual food and beverage extravaganza, featuring over forty area restaurants alongside wine, beer and spirit sampling.  See Details

September 20 – Signs & Letters: Intrusion Into the Everyday All Day @ DATELINE
Peter Miles Bergman bringing together two decades’ worth of mail art, ephemera, letterpress, photography, guerrilla sign systems and more, all created under his own name and that of the fictional Institute of Sociometry.  See Details

September 20 – The Denver Animated Pixelshow 6:30pm @ Bug Theatre
Catch up on what Denver’s diverse animation community is up to at the third Denver Animated Pixelshow.  See Details

Cherry Creek North Denver Colorado Highlights 9-9-15

New Del Frisco’s opening in Cherry Creek 80206
Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group is interviewing to fill 120 jobs at its new Del Frisco’s Grille in Cherry Creek North, which is expected to open in late October. Full Article Here

Denver Multifamily Portfolio Captures Investors’ Imagination in Cherry Creek 80206
Grouped close together just five miles outside of Downtown Denver in the blossoming Glendale submarket, the apartment properties in the Cherry Creek Portfolio consist of Four Mile Flats, Park Point, Vantage Point, Infinity Flats and The Birch. Full Article Here

Powder mailed to Schools district office deemed nonhazardous in Cherry Creek 80206
The Cherry Creek Schools administration building was evacuated Tuesday because a suspicious piece of mail contained an unknown powder, district spokeswoman Tustin Amole said. Full Article Here

Plans for moving the neighborhood beyond retail in Cherry Creek North 80206
A number of retail, workplace and residential tasks nearing completion will rework Cherry Creek North from a client’s haven right into a reside, work and play vacation spot, in line with the enterprise enchancment district and builders. Full Article Here

JW Marriott: First Hotel to Install Cutting-Edge Interactive Guest Technology in Cherry Creek 80206
Last May, The JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek is pleased to announce that it has installed an innovative interactive guest engagement program that allows visitors to explore the hotel and its contemporary art collection through their mobile phone or tablet. Full Article Here

Looking for things to do in Denver? | July 6-12, 2015

July 6-8– Martin Lawrence at Comedy Works South at The Landmark
Don’t miss your chance to see comedian, actor, writer & producer, Martin Lawrence Live and in person in this RARE club performance! See Details

July 6 – Steely Dan at Red Rocks
The summer 2015 “ROCKABYE GOLLIE ANGEL TOUR” is set to kick off at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre on July 6 and will hit 20 cities before concluding on August 12 in West Palm Beach, Florida. In addition to a set of hits and fan-favorites from Elvis Costello & The Imposters, concertgoers will be treated to selections from The Dan’s extraordinary four-decade catalog, rich with infectious tunes, bodacious harmonies, irresistible grooves, and sleek, subversive lyrics punctuated by blazing solo work and rich ensembles. See Details

July 7 – Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Free Day
Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield is a working farm located along the banks of Deer Creek in southern Jefferson County. Bring your binoculars and wander the many trails. The area is known for exceptional bird watching.    See Details

July 10-12 – American Idol Auditions
Auditions For AMERICAN IDOL Season XV Are Now Open! There are more ways than ever to earn your spot on the stage for the 15th – and final season of AMERICAN IDOL.  See Details

July 10-12 – Colorado Irish Festival
Held in the heather of Clement Park in Littleton, with a backdrop of the Rocky Mountain Highlands, the Colorado Irish Festival celebrates all that is Green. This eclectic gathering of tens of thousands is known throughout the west for its outrageous display of kilts and bagpipes; Gaelic sports and Irish step dancing; and the best Irish rock and classic music this side of the Emerald Isle. See Details

July 10-12 – Colorado Black Arts Festival
The Colorado Black Arts Festival is excited to present the best of visual and performing arts to celebrate its 29th Annual Festival July 10-12, 2015 in historic Denver City Park West. This year’s Festival theme “Rock Steady” conveys the ability to excel in the arts with a rocking and soulful dimension.  It represents a soulful genre that captures artistic rhythms with origins in the African diaspora.  See Details

July 11 – Denver Art Museum Free Day
The museum offers free general admission on the first Saturday of the month, made possible by Your 6 Hometown Toyota Stores and the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).See Details

July 11 – Drums Along the Rockies
Join us Saturday, July 11, 2015 in Denver as the world’s top drum corps entertain an enthusiastic crowd and battle for top honors at Drums Along The Rockies. See Details

Festivals and Fireworks | Things to Do in the Denver Metro Area on July 4th

There are always so many things happening on July 4th.  Here’s a condensed version of many of the activities you’ll find along the Front Range this year:

July 3-5 | Cherry Creek Arts Festival
Held at Sloan’s Lake on Saturday and Sunday with easy parking and shuttle buses from Sports Authority Field.  See Details

Fireworks at Elitch Gardens
Fireworks at America’s only downtown theme and water park.  See Details

Liberty 4 Mile Run/Walk and Firecracker Kids Fun Run
Held in Wash Park. Wear your red, white, and blue to win prizes.    See Details

Park Hill 4th of July Parade
A community friendly event along 23rd Avenue complete with marchers, bikers, floats and classic cars. See Details

Colorado Rapids and Fireworks
The Rapids take on the Vancouver Whitecaps and then stick around and enjoy the fireworks after the game. See Details

Colorado Symphony’s Family Friendly Fourth
Join the Symphony at Fiddler’s Green with music from Frozen, the Magical World of Pixar, Harry Potter and Star Wars with fireworks galore!  See Details

Red, White, and BOOM in Thornton
Music, food and fireworks at Carpenter Park Fields at 108th Ave and Colorado Boulevard.  See Details

4th of July Celebration in Westminster’s City Park
Fishing Derby, swimming, patriotic bike ride, and many more activities ending in a fun fireworks display.  See Details

4th of July Spectacular in Aurora
Live music, delicious food, BBQ competition, car show, and a fireworks display at the Aurora Municipal Center.  See Details

Ralphie’s Independence Day Blast 2015 In Boulder
Boulder’s fireworks show at Folsom Field.  See Details

Fireworks in Longmont
Fireworks display at the Boulder County Fairgrounds.  See Details

Rockin’ the Fourth: Red, White & Boom! Fireworks in Castle Rock
Fireworkds display in Metzler Ranch Park, Castle Rock.  See Details