Cherry Creek North Denver Colorado Highlights 02-02-16

Local writers tackle a world of subjects, from West Denver to India 80202
Denver’s designations are confusing. Most of the city west of Broadway is North Denver. West Denver is a triangle bounded by the Cherry Creek, West Sixth Avenue and the Platte River. Its history is hardly that of empire building. Nonetheless, under the pen of urban historian Phil Goodstein, West Denver emerges as an integral part of the city.  Full Article Here 

Brains and Braun are Mrs. Cherry Creek 80202
Jessica Kidd is representing Cherry Creek as Mrs. Cherry Creek she prepares for the title of Mrs. Colorado. Being selected as Mrs. Cherry Creek, Jessica is a lady that has experienced a lot in life and would be a pageant recipient that would make strong changes where she can. Jessica loves giving back and is involved in helping non-profits.  Full Article Here 

Quality Italian steakhouse will open in Cherry Creek North 80202
Restaurateur Michael Stillman will open a Denver location of his popular New York restaurant, Quality Italian, later this year in the $70 million Halcyon hotel at 245 Columbine St. in Cherry Creek North.  Full Article Here 

Vitality Bowls brings superfood cafe to Cherry Creek district 80202
Healthy eaters in Colorado now have a new place to check out. Vitality Bowls, a “superfoods” cafe that launched in California in 2011, will open its first restaurant in Colorado on Friday. “It took off in the (San Francisco) Bay Area very quickly,” said co-owner Venkata Punati, a self-described “fitness freak” who hustled to bring the first franchise to Colorado.  Full Article Here

Things to do in Denver | February 01 – 07

February 01 – Work & Class Black & Gold Charity Bash @ Work & Class
The Work & Class Charity bash will feature plenty of food, drinks, music and heart. The event will benefit Denver Urban Scholars.  See Details

February 01 – Monday Night Jammer’s Delight @ Brendan’s Pub
hosted Anna Lisa and her trio featuring guitarist Jonny Barber and drummer Chadzilla.  See Details

February 01 – Hammond’s Candies @ Hammond’s Candies
A tour of the Hammond’s Candies factory is the next best thing to drowning in Willy Wonka’s chocolate river. You can see people (real people!) hand-crafting some of the same candies that founder Carl Hammond started producing in 1920. Candy canes, lollipops, barber poles, chocolates, hard candies, soft candies, caramels, toffee, ribbon candy … Hammond’s is a paradise for the sugar glutton in all of us.  See Details 

February 02 – Teaser #9 Rock Ballets Preview @ Junction Box
Get a look behind the scenes of Wonderbound’s latest production and take part in a Q&A with the artists.  See Details

February 03 – Denver Library Winter of Reading Kickoff Party @ Jagged Mountain Brewing Company
The Library is revving up a winter program to help adult readers expand their literary experiences, and it starts with a trivia party designed by librarians to stump even the smartest.  See Details

February 03 – My Teenage Angst @ Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret
Would you read your teenage diary in front of an audience? Real Journals…Real People…Real Funny!  See Details

February 04 – Jiving & Imbibing Tour @ Laws Whiskey House and Mile High Spirits
Since they were first mixed in a speakeasy circa 1920, jazz and distilled spirits have been one of the great combinations of the 20th — and now 21st — centuries. Celebrate both during the “Jiving & Imbibing” bus tour from Centennial Tours Company.  See Details

February 04 – CORE presents: Creative Endeavors: Art of the Art Therapist @ CORE New Art Space
Sponsored by the Art Therapy Association of Colorado, this exhibition includes work by professional Art Therapists and art therapy students in Colorado.  See Details

February 04 – Aesop’s Fables @ the Denver Puppet Theater
Three classic stories brought to you by that old Greek storyteller, Aesop. Tales include the Boy Who Cried Wolf and the Lion and the Mouse.  See Details

February 05 – Old-Fashioned Hootenanny @ Tuft Theater
Old-Fashioned Hootenanny An old-fashioned hootenanny is the best possible place to learn new songs and new licks, and to hear old songs performed in entirely new ways.  See Details

February 05 – Brilzz @ The Ogden Theatre
With releases on staple electronic labels including OWSLA, MAD DECENT and SLOW ROAST RECORDS, as well as two, Top 10 albums on the iTunes dance charts, all within the span of a year; BRILLZ should be called the rookie MVP of the Bass Music game.  See Details

February 05 – Beethoven Cycle – Jeri Jorgensen, violin; Cullen Bryant, piano @ St John’s Episcopal Cathedral
Be wowed again as this collaborative duo focuses on the A major Beethoven sonatas – Opus 12, Opus 30, and Opus 47, the “Kreutzer”.  See Details

February 06 – Oyster Month @ Jax Fish House
Go to Jaz Fish House for oyster specials and fun all month long!  See Details

February 06 – Tell Me On a Sunday @ the Avenue Theater
Long before Carrie Bradshaw and company popped up in “Sex and the City”, musical theater legend Andrew Lloyd Webber (“Cats”, “Phantom of the Opera”) put an English woman named Emma through the Big Apple’s romantic wringer in “Tell Me on a Sunday”.  See Details

February 06 – Breathe, Bend & Brew @ the Spangalang Brewery
Spangalang Brewery, located at 2736 Welton Street in Historic Five Points, is proud to partner with Brewhouse Yoga for Breathe, Bend & Brew – an all-levels yoga session/happy hour taking place in the tap room every Saturday from 10:30am to 12:30pm.  See Details

February 07 – Music in the Galleries @ The Clyfford Still Museum
Category: Music in the Galleries , Public Programs Music was part of Still’s life from an early age. Still played piano and memorized works by Beethoven, Chopin, and Schubert.  See Details

February 07 – Super Bowl 5K @ Washington Park
You spent months preparing for this day with sweat, blood and tears (and maybe a few beers), now it is time to hit the line and test your running back speed at Denver’s largest Super Bowl Run at Washington Park.  See Details

Cherry Creek North Denver Colorado Highlights 01-26-16

Local students could be on NFL Network 80202
A local elementary school was the only one selected to participate in a segment for the NFL Network. Full Article Here 

Cherry Creek flood control project likely to begin this year 80202
Renovations to Cherry Creek adjacent to Homewood-Flossmoor High School are expected to bring relief from flooding to more than a dozen homeowners.  Full Article Here 

I Heart Fridays in Cherry Creek North 80202
Cherry Creek North and the American Heart Association partnered to bring you a month-long celebration of heart healthy Friday festivities that will remind you why you love Cherry Creek North.  Full Article Here 

Spring Shape-Up in Cherry Creek North 80202
It is time to Shape Up for spring & summer! Join Cherry Creek North throughout April to jump start your fitness routine, look younger, and feel better. Cherry Creek North is home many fitness clubs, spas, medical experts & healthy restaurants to help you be your best.  Full Article Here

Things to do in Denver | January 25 – 31

January 25 – Case Work: Sculptures and Drawings by Allied Works @ Denver Art Museum
The DAM presents a look into the ideas, designs and practices of lauded design firm Allied Works.  See Details 

January 26 – Laura Truitt: Re-Visions @ William Havu Gallery
Truitt looks at the intersection of landscape and architecture in her canvas works at William Havu . Also featuring Stephen Daly, Brent Godfrey and Jean Gumpper.  See Details 

January 26 – Looking Back @ RedLine
Looking Back presents images of individuals experiencing disabilities, a community that is often made invisible in society and in art. Featuring photographs and video by Rachel Gomez, Sophie Klafter, and Simon McKeown.  See Details

January 27 – Secret Ocean 3D Revealed @ Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Jean-Michel Costeau discovers the least-seen denizens of this deep in rich 3D IMAX.  See Details

January 27 – Joey Cocciardi: The Sunday Painter @ Gildar Gallery
Performative landscape paintings created by NY-based artist Joey Cocciardi, based on the wilds of Colorado.  See Details

January 28 – Cartoons & Comedy @ The Deer Pile
Cartoons & Comedy is a purely fun show for crowds and performers alike, a rare glimpse into childhood from the safely ironic distance of years past.  See Details

January 28 – Reconfigured @ Space Gallery
Featuring Willim Stoehr, Mark Sink, Jason Lee Gimbel, Michael Rand & Travis Parr.  See Details

January 28 – Michael Theodore: Supraliminal @ David B. Smith Gallery
Michael Theodore’s large-scale, site-specific installation, inspired by an obsession with natural forms and processes, and employing light, sound and kinetic motion. See Details

January 29 – Kiki’s Delivery Service @ Landmark Esquire
Now that he has officially retired, master animator Hayao Miyazaki can sit back and let us revisit all of the beautiful, imaginative strokes that he and his Studio Ghibli shared with millions of children and adults over the past three decades. See Details

January 29 – Marvel Universe Live! @ Pepsi Center
Dozens of heroes and villains converge to chase the Cosmic Cube in this capes-and-tights modern stunt show.  See Details

January 29 – I Miss My MTV @ Ellie Caulkins Opera House
An epic 80’s throwback to the days of Vaseline lenses and Aqua Net hair, fueled by the performances of local arts collective Band of Toughs.  See Details

January 30 – Bill Engvall @ Paramount Theatre
Recently seen earning new fans and generating a wealth of hilarious photos on Dancing With The Stars, Bill Engvall is one of the top-selling national comedians working today.  See Details

January 30 – Dorothy’s 93rd/Open House @ Lumonics Light & Sound Gallery
Join the party and celebrate the one-of-a-kind Lumonics artist Dorothy Tanner.  See Details

January 30 – Indo Expo @ Denver Mart
“The Indo Expo Trade Show and Conference looks to assist in building relationships between growers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, and the public.  See Details

January 30 – Mara Wiles and the Funky Brunch @ Grandma’s House
Monthly comedy show with Mara Wiles and the Funky Brunch.  See Details

January 31 – Lucha Libre & Laughs: Fists of Fury @ The Oriental Theater
Westword has beat the war drum for Lucha Libre & Laughs loudly and proudly over the years, but we’re hardly alone in our heraldry.  See Details

January 31 – Denver, Neal, the Beats and a Sense of Place @ Lighthouse Writers Workshop
A panel discussion celebrating the birthday of icon Neal Cassady, with Jami Cassady, local author Zack Kopp and more special guests.  See Details

Cherry Creek North Denver Colorado Highlights 01-19-16

Newberry Buys Leetsdale Drive Buildings 80246
Newberry Brothers bought two retail buildings on Leetsdale Drive in east Denver and will move its floral business from Cherry Creek North. The company acquired a 12,046 square foot former Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage store and an adjacent retail strip at 5301 to 5307 Leetsdale Drive. The company will move its operations from East 2nd Avenue and Garfield Street, a site that may be redeveloped for a townhouse project called Garfield Row.  Full Article Here 

JCC Plans $50 Million Expansion 80246
The Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center plans a $50 million expansion of its campus in east Denver. The three to four year project will involve a number of new facilities at the center, mainly along the East Leetsdale Drive frontage. The initial phase will involve a new tennis center and an 87,000 square foot family fitness center. Construction is scheduled to begin in March.  Full Article Here 

Luxury Apparel Brand Peter Millar Opened its 1st Western Shop 80202
Peter Millar has officially opened its first retail location in the Western U.S. in partnership with Craig Andrisen and Dave Morton of Andrisen Morton on December 17 in Denver, Colorado. Full Article Here 

BMC Investments of Denver hotel development in Cherry Creek 80204
BMC Investments of Denver is planning the development of a 165 room hotel at 240 Josephine Street in Cherry Creek. The 8 story hotel, rumored to be a new Marriott brand, will include below grade parking and a large courtyard adjacent to Josephine Street. The project architect is Johnson Nathan Strohe of Denver. Construction is planned to start in 2016. Full Article Here

Things to do in Denver | January 18 – 24

January 18 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day Marade @ City Park
During last year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Marade, 68,000 people marched through Denver to commemorate the civil-rights leader, making it one of the largest MLK celebrations in the nation. This year’s version is expected to be just as big. See Details 

January 18 – (Un)Common Threads @ Denver Public Library
(Un)Common Threads features eight members of the Rocky Mtn. Monochrome Salon: Michael Snively, Jackie Webster, Jeffery Graves, Ron Johnson, Dave Barry, Linda Little, Christopher James, and Michael Whitely.  See Details 

January 19 – National Western Stock Show Free Day @ National Western Complex
When the 110th National Western Stock Show got under way January 8, it did so with a whole new attitude and a brighter future, thanks to the passage of ballot measure 2C in last November’s election. See Details 

January 19 – Tour of Tuscany Wine Dinner @ Arugula Bar e Ristorante
Five courses paired with four wines from Tuscany. Importer and Certified Sommelier, Roland Herman from Maisons Marques & Domaines will be on hand to lead guests through the pairings. See Details

January 20 – Kyle Abraham Dance/Abraham.In.Motion @ Newman Center for the Performing Arts
The Colorado premiere of Abraham.In.Motion Dance’s When the Wolves Came In dovetails nicely with MLK Day week: The work, choreographed by New York-based MacArthur Fellowship winner Kyle Abraham, was inspired by jazz drummer Max Roach’s groundbreaking 1960 protest album We Insist: Max Roach’s Freedom Now Suite, an ode to the Emancipation Proclamation as well as civil-rights movements in the U.S. and South Africa. See Details

January 20 – Geyser Peak Wine Dinner @ Coohills Restaurant & Bar
The evening will begin with passed hors d’oeuvre of the restaurant’s famous chicken liver pâté accented with dried grapes, all on brioche Gougères.  See Details

January 20 – Tear, Cut & Paste – the Art of Collage @ The Art Gym
Art Gym Denver is starting off the New Year with a collage exhibition featuring some of Colorado’s finest collage artists.  See Details

January 21 – Sex With Strangers @ Curious Theatre Company
The story of a serious novelist’s encounter with a younger man who’s achieved major success through a ribald blog, Sex With Strangers is about writing, generational differences and the power of social media. See Details

January 21 – Gina Brillon @ Denver Improv
A veteran of the New York comedy scene she’s called home since she started performing at the age of seventeen, Gina Brillon is a skilled comedian and the 2012 winner of NBC’s Stand Up for Diversity Showcase. See Details

January 22 – Underground Comedy Showcase @ The Soiled Dove Underground
The Underground Comedy Showcase at the Soiled Dove has emerged as one of Denver’s finest local showcases with remarkably little fanfare. See Details

January 22 – Lady Snowblood @ Sie Film Center
An inspiration for Quentin Tarantino and discerning consumers of Japanese blood opera, DFS presents a new restoration of Toshiya Fujita’s Lady Snowblood.  See Details

January 22 – Bartender In Residence: Nicole Laurita of Williams & Graham @ MCA Denver
The special edition of our Bartender in Residence program celebrating Marilyn Minter’s Pretty/Dirty retrospective. Nicole Laurita of Williams & Graham will be behind the bar on the roof for some pretty dirty cocktails, and, as always, there will be great views of downtown Denver.  See Details

January 23 – Puff, Pass & Paint @ Denver Metro Area
Paint in a cannabis-friendly environment every Saturday with local artist Heidi Keyes during one of her Puff, Pass & Paint classes in her downtown studio.  See Details

January 23 – Kenneth Josephson: Encounters with the Universe @ Denver Art Museum
A retrospective of the conceptual photographer Kenneth Josephson, from 1959 to 2003. See Details

January 24 – Dateline 21: Sunday Paper @ DATELINE
Dateline Gallery’s tradition of low-key artist-curated exhibits will carry on, with a new wrinkle, in its 21st show: Sunday Paper, a beautiful group compendium that reveals how community is the glue that holds Denver’s close-knit art scene together. See Details

January 24 – X-Files Premiere Party @ The Oriental Theater
Mulder and Scully are back again, and you can see the premiere on the big screen, with X-FIles trivia and a costume contest.  See Details

Cherry Creek North Denver Colorado Highlights 01-12-16

Cherry Creek Schools superintendent urges parents to tell CDE: Switch to SAT ‘disruptive’ 80202
A planned change across the state to make the SAT the state’s preferred college readiness assessment over the ACT is not being taken lightly by the top official at Cherry Creek Schools District. Full Article Here 

Macy’s to close 40 U.S. stores but none in Colorado including its Cherry Creek Branch 80202
Macy’s Inc., which announced last year it would close 40 of its stores in the U.S., revealed this week which stores it would shutter, and none of them are in Colorado. Full Article Here 

Lamenting the loss of Andre’s restaurant and bakery in Cherry Creek 80202
As many of its patrons know, Andre’s Confiserie Suisse in Cherry Creek opened its doors for the last time on New Year’s Day. Hundreds lined up for lunch each day as word spread of its closing, and 9News paid tribute to the owner and the quality of Andre’s pastries and lunches. Full Article Here 

Complimentary Mini-Facials & Hand Massages at the Cherry Creek Mall 80202
Come in to be pampered before the holiday!  L’OCCITANE will be offering complimentary mini-facials and hand massages. Full Article Here

Things to do in Denver | January 11 – 17

January 11 – Tick Tock- An Interactive Detective Mission @ Puzzah
It’s panic at the Performing Arts Center! When a mad composer’s latest composition turns out to be a back-stage time-bomb, you and your party must step in as steel-nerved detectives to stop his mayhem. See Details 

January 11 – Early Learners’ Story Time @ the Children’s Museum of Denver
An Early Learners’ StoryTime filled with books, songs, finger rhymes, felt board activities and interactive fun. Perfect for kids ages 3 and under! See Details 

January 12 – Raconteur Denver @ Denver Bicycle Cafe
Denver is full of cool, out-of-the-way places and fascinating people, but some of them are hard to discover on your own. That’s what the city’s newest storytelling event, Raconteur Denver, is for. See Details 

January 12 – Denali Schmidt: Peak Inspirations @ Point Gallery
Featuring artworks created by the late artist Denali Schmidt, inspired by his love of nature and mountaineering.  See Details

January 13 – Dominique Christina @ Tattered Cover Colfax Avenue
Local slam-poetry champion Dominique Christina will analyze the various archetypes of what it means to be a woman during a discussion and reading of her book This is Woman’s Work: Calling Forth Your Inner Council of Wise, Brave, Crazy, Rebellious, Loving, Luminous Selves this evening at the Tattered Cover. See Details

January 13 – Star Wars: Origins of the Force @ Sie Film Center
Ever wonder what kind of films influenced a young George Lucas as he conceived and created Star Wars? The Denver Film Society and filmmaker Alexandre Philippe (The People vs. George Lucas, a film in which I appeared for no compensation) delve into the serials, samurai movies and even the early work of Lucas himself to explore how the films we all know and love came to be. See Details

January 14 – Fantastique: Conan the Barbarian @ Alamo Draft house
Fantasy, furs and fury: experience what is best in life with 1982’s classic adventure. See Details

January 14 – Colorado’s Yampa River with John Fielder @ Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Photographer John Fielder will share stories of his journey and sublime images of tundra wildflowers, eagles and elk, and the tributaries and canyons of the Yampa. See Details

January 14 – The Other Bed @ Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
The SOURCE Theatre Company presents the story of two very different nursing home roommates trying to come to terms with their differences in their sunset years. See Details

January 15 – Facing The Wind @ Denver International Airport
DEN’s latest temporary art exhibition depicts the wild horses and burros from the West, as seen by 18 different photographers. Located at the Y-Juncture gallery. See Details

January 15 – Orchid Showcase @ Denver Botanic Gardens
Beautiful orchids bloom in winter at the Gardens, from common varieties to exotic and rare specimens. See Details

January 16 – Finding your Way @ Su Teatro
Stories on Stage brings great actors to the stage to perform stories that remind us how you have to learn how to fall before you can fly. See Details

January 16 – Oleanna @ Buntport Theater
Progressive Theatre is taking David Mamet’s Oleanna on tour, the lauded two-hander about a war of words between a college student and her professor. See Details

January 17 – Aesop’s Fables @ the Denver Puppet Theater
Three classic stories brought to you by that old Greek storyteller, Aesop. Tales include the Boy Who Cried Wolf and the Lion and the Mouse. See Details

January 17 – Rocky Mountain Bridal Show @ the Colorado Convention Center
The Rocky Mountain Bridal Show gathers all things matrimonial under one convenient roof, for brides, grooms and their friends and families. See Details

Cherry Creek North Denver Colorado Highlights 01-05-16

What you need to know about CMAS and the new PARCC tests 80202
Colorado Measures of Academic Success/PARCC results for the Cherry Creek School District outpaced the state averages in all content areas on the tests given in the spring of 2015. Full Article Here 

SEMSWA recognized for engineering excellence 80202
Colorado Association of Stormwater and Floodplain Managers has honored the Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority with the Grand Award for Engineering Excellence for SEMSWA’s Cherry Creek Stream Reclamation at the Cherry Creek Valley Ecological Park improvement project. Full Article Here 

Horizon Community Middle School students design award-winning prosthesis 80202
Each November during Veterans Week in Cherry Creek Schools, students at Horizon Community Middle School pay tribute to veterans and active duty servicemen and women. Now those students are using their science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, skills to help these heroes who have lost a lower limb in service to our country. Full Article Here 

Thousands gather for first annual STEAM-a-Palooza event 80204
On a crisp Saturday morning immediately after one of the first significant snowfalls of the year, hundreds of students from across the Cherry Creek School District joined parents, teachers, staff members and other community representatives to brave the cold on the Grandview lawn. They watched intently as a weather balloon made of rubber and filled with helium floated just above their heads; 7News Chief Meteorologist Mike Nelson stood in the center of the gathering, offering context and facts about the impending experiment. Full Article Here

Things to do in Denver | January 04 – 10

January 04 – Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale @ National Western Complex
For nearly a quarter of a century, the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale has helped tell the story of the American West through art. Showcasing the work of Jivan Lee, Duke Beardsley and many others, as well as that of featured artist Don Coen, the 2016 version aims to explore the world beyond stereotypical paintings of idyllic pastures and weather-worn cowboys. See Details 

January 04 – Denver Digs Trees @ Denver Metro Area
The Park People are hoping to plant 20 percent more trees in Denver than they did in 2015, and you can help by applying for a low-cost tree of your own at theparkpeople.org. Deadline: February 15, 2016. See Details 

January 05 – Surface Tension @ William Havu Gallery
Works by painters Ryan Magyar and Zachariah Rieke and sculptor Roger Reutimann. On the mezzanine: new monotypes by Emilio Lobato. See Details 

January 05 – Super Indian: Fritz Scholder 1967-1980 @ Denver Art Museum
Super Indian: Fritz Scholder, 1967–1980 at the Denver Art Museum, is a groundbreaking exhibition of more than 40 rarely seen, monumental paintings and lithographs by the renowned twentieth-century artist. See Details

January 06 – Aiden Sinclair’s Grift: An Evening of Cons and Conjuring @ Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret
Sleight-of-hand expert Aiden Sinclair is no ordinary master of deception. He openly admits that he comes by his skills as a genuine grifter on the street, but after coming clean with the law and spending five years honing his tricks for positive ends in prison, he’s now turned his magic around in a positive way. See Details

January 06 – Vincent Xeus: Hue is Full/ A Thousand Faces @ Gallery 1261
Xeus remixes and deconstructs Western culture in this exhibition of new work. See Details

January 06 – Denali Schmidt: Peak Inspirations @ Point Gallery
Featuring artworks created by the late artist Denali Schmidt, inspired by his love of nature and mountaineering. See Details

January 07 – Equations @ Michael Warren Contemporary
Painter Teresa Booth Brown is on a roll: She ended the year with a fall show of complex drawings at Ironton and will now start a new one with Equations, an exhibit of her latest (and more familiar) abstract paintings at her home gallery, Michael Warren Contemporary. See Details

January 08 – Icebreaker 7 @ Ice Cube Gallery
Ice Cube’s annual juried exhibition. Opening reception: January 8, 6-9 p.m. See Details

January 08 – Kenneth Josephson: Encounters with the Universe @ Denver Art Museum
A retrospective of the conceptual photographer Kenneth Josephson, from 1959 to 2003. See Details

January 08 – Juan Thompson Author Event @ Tattered Cover Colfax Avenue
Local author Juan Thompson will present and sign his new memoir Stories I Tell Myself: Growing Up With Hunter S. Thompson. See Details

January 09 – Talented Teen Pageant @ Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Theatre
Young talents present powerhouse performances and vie for the crown at the Cleo Parker Robinson Theatre. See Details

January 09 – The Quay Brothers @ Sie Film Center
Christopher Nolan curated four short films by the iconoclastic and indescribably talented Quay brothers, showing for one night only at the Sie Film Center. See Details

January 10 – The Big Bang @ John Hand Theater
A modern-day Producers, two actors desperate for their big break put on this biggest musical Broadway has ever seen — in their living room. See Details

January 10 – Forney Museum Sundays @ Forney Museum of Transportation
Forney Museum of Transportation now open on Sundays. See Details