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Events in Denver, Colorado

Blossoms Of Light - Embrace the holiday season at Blossoms of Light. Over one million colorful lights draped in elegant designs highlight the Gardens winter beauty. Romantic and popular kissing spots will return, as well as the always anticipated HoloSpex glasses.Warm drinks and tasty treats will also be available. Seasonal entertainment will be available on select evenings.

Capitol Hill People's Fair - The Capitol Hill People's Fair exists as a celebration of the diverse Denver urban community and its residents. As Colorado's Premier Arts and Crafts Festival, the uniqueness and magic of the Capitol Hill People's Fair is created by the careful blending of great family fun, carefully selected handmade arts & crafts, delicious culinary delights, fabulous entertainment and the commitment to raise funds for and promote the missions of non-profit organizations.

Cherry Creek North Sidewalk Sale - The annual sidewalk sale has been a tradition for the last 40 years throughout the 16-block shopping and dining neighborhood and is known for amazing deals on clothing, furniture, gifts and jewelry. Come looking for a gift to give, or treat yourself to something special.

Colorado Dragon Boat Festival - The Colorado Dragon Boat Festival has become, in 10 years, the most recognized and celebrated Asian American/Pacific Islander cultural event in the Rocky Mountain region. From an audience of 15,000 in its first year, 2001, the Festival has grown to over 100,000 spectators from throughout the region. Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity!

Corn Maze - Create a fall family tradition at our Corn Maze, one of the most attended in the nation. Navigate through 8.5 acres of twists and turns. The maze is for all ages and includes activities for the whole family.

Denver International Sportsmen's Expo - The International Sportsmen Exposition in Denver remains the sportsman's don't-miss event. Attendees travel from Colorado's borders and beyond to attend each year. Looking for the products and services you offer, these avid anglers, hunters and traveling outdoor enthusiasts bring their questions and purchasing power to the 300,000-sq.-ft. ISE Denver Expo Center!

Denver Jewish Film Festival - The Denver Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by Wagner Wealth Management, offers a remarkable mix of feature films and documentaries from around the world, highlighted by candid and in-depth discussions with directors, actors, critics and scholars. The festival opens with a gala fundraising reception and the presentation of the MACC’s Cultural Achievement Award, and a jovial and informal Grand Finale party caps off the festival

Denver March Pow Wow - The Denver Native American community with a gathering of dancers, singers and spectators at the annual Denver March Pow Wow held at the Denver Coliseum. All of the senses are stimulated with traditional Native American events. Native American vendors from the Denver area sell arts and crafts, others sell authentic Native American foods, including the ever-popular Fry Bread, and there's always traditional performances going on. Don't miss out on this great family event!

Downtown Denver Arts Festival - Dedicated to supporting and showcasing Colorado artists, the Downtown Denver Arts Festival is a fine art and craft exhibition featuring over 125 of Colorado’s best artists, including sculptors, metal workers, jewelers, 3-D mixed media artists, fiber workers, painters, photographers and more. Over 150,000 people attend this free Denver festival that is held at the Denver Pavilions each Memorial Day weekend.

Greek Festival - Each year along with many different Greek delicacies, the Denver Greek Festival highlights the Greek love of song and dance. Below is a list of this years dancing and live music performers. A full schedule for this weekend is just what you need, and this is the place!

MileHiCon - Come visit us at MileHiCon 42, the Largest Science-Fiction Literary Convention in the Rocky Mountain Region. Over 80 authors and speakers come to MileHiCon each year. Programs on various subjects such as Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Science, Music, Filming, Movies, Publishing, and much more.

Oktoberfest Denver - One of the longest running festivals in Denver, the annual Oktoberfest. It's free to get in and honors the German heritage and Oktoberfest traditions. German attractions, music and dancers are intermixed with booths selling German goods and cuisine at Denver's Oktoberfest on Larimer Street and children's activities are also offered so the event is even family friendly.

Ride The Rockies - The Denver Post Ride The Rockies is an annual bicycle tour that takes 2,000 cyclists, assisted by more than 100 volunteers, on a 6-7 day ride on paved roads through Colorado's Rocky Mountains each June. You can do it!