Don't miss the 30th Annual Halloween Boo at the Denver Zoo, a weekend of holiday fun. Discover more than 25 trick-or-treat stations, special family entertainment, and demonstrations with the creepiest, crawliest animals.
The "Making a Difference Tea" will take place at the Molly Brown House Museum in Denver Saturday, Sept 13, will feature an actress portraying the renowned Titanic survivor & activist who will talk about her desire for improving the plight of others.
If you're in the market for some truly fresh produce, you'll want to make time to head over to several Denver farmers markets. Delight in a wide variety of juicy fruits, such as cantaloupe, pears, apples, and peaches.
Stand-up comedians will be keeping audiences in stitches at the Denver Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival. Part of a 21-city tour, this Funny Or Die-produced event will take place outdoors at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Sunday, September 7, 2014.
Starting Saturday, September 6 and continuing on through Sunday, September 14, the annual 2014 Denver Coliseum Mineral, Fossil & Gem Show will feature 250 dealers both inside and outside the cavernous Coliseum.
The festivities at the 2014 Colorado State Fair in Pueblo, CO begin August 22 and continue on through Labor Day, September 1. Enjoy a professional rodeo, country singers, bands from the 1960s, carnival rides, and even an Australian petting zoo.