As always, there is plenty to do in the area this weekend! How are ya? We hope good, because this is not the time to slow down. This weekend brings some big events like the 2019 Womxn’s March that will take over the streets of Downtown on Saturday and one of the largest Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations in the nation on Monday. In between, you can party ‘80s style for a good cause, take a journey to Cuba without leaving town, see a Michael Jackson tribute band, drink your way to naptime at a beer, bacon and coffee fest, and so much more. Cheers, Denver. We’re rocking the new year and we won’t stop anytime soon.


Break out your best ‘80s style for a party and coat drive 

Friday, January 18
Yeah Baby
Go all out with the fluorescent windbreakers and big hair. It’s all about that ‘80s style at this event that’s doubling as a chance to help keep the homeless warm this winter. Bring a new or used coat to donate to the Button & Zipper organization and stay for dancing, cocktails, and prizes for the best dressed.
Cost: Free to attend

See the world’s #1 Michael Jackson tribute band 

Friday, January 18
Gothic Theatre
This group that’s been performing for over a decade is known worldwide and brings high energy performances that must be seen to be believed. If you can’t help but dance when you hear the King of Pop, this show is a must for you.
Cost: Tickets start at $20

Explore the ¡CUBA! exhibit before it closes 

Friday-Sunday, January 18-20
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Explore Cuba’s history, people, and culture through this immersive experience. Learn about the life found in the country’s caves, forests, and reefs; take a stroll through the plaza for a feel of what it’s like to explore the streets; see interviews with Cuban people that give a portrait of everyday life; and much more.
Cost: Included in regular museum admission ($19.95 for adults)

Start your day at Denver Beer Co.'s Beer, Bacon & Coffee Fest 

Saturday, January 19
Denver Beer Co, Arvada
Day drinking pairs best with bacon and coffee at the eighth annual edition of this event. Head down from 8:30am-11am for a breakfast burrito, cups of joe to keep you fueled, bacon for munching on, and unlimited breakfast inspired brews. Then go home and take a nap ‘cause you’re gonna need it.
Cost: $40

Dance the Charleston at the fourth annual Speakeasy Soiree 

Saturday, January 19
The Hangar at Stanley
Break out your best vintage style for this party benefiting The Colorado Teen Project. There will be live music from gypsy jazz band LAPOMPE and featured vocalist Hazel Miller, vintage vendors slinging hats, clothing, jewelry and more, cocktails and eats, and a Charleston dance lesson so you’ve got no excuse to not join in the dancing fun.
Cost: General admission tickets are $25

Help Stem Ciders celebrate five years 

Saturday, January 19
Stem Ciders Denver Taproom
With lots of recent expansion including the opening of Acreage in Lafayette, there’s a lot to be happy about over at Stem. Come by and raise a glass to their success during this all day event featuring live bluegrass and $5 ten ounce pours -- plus the first 50 people to join the fun will score a free keepsake cider cup.
Cost: Free to attend

Join the Womxn’s March on Denver 

Saturday, January 19
Civic Center Park
For the third year, crowds will gather downtown and march the streets with a focus on the 2019 theme: "Listen. Unite. Act." The event will begin with a rally at 9am followed by the march itself through downtown back to Civic Center Park beginning at 10:30am.
Cost: Free

Celebrate the season at the Estes Park Winter Festival 

Saturday-Sunday, January 19-20
Estes Park
This annual event combines a few of your favorite things including chili tastings, local beer, barbecue, live entertainment, and more. There will also be plenty of kids’ activities at this family-friendly event.
Cost: Adult tickets that include entry and beers are $30

Get outside and see the total lunar eclipse 

Sunday, January 20
Various locations
The moon (ahem, super moon) will turn red this weekend as a total lunar eclipse peaks around 10pm Sunday night. For best viewing, head outside the city and away from the lights. The lay back and enjoy nature’s show.
Cost: Free

March in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Marade 

Monday, January 21
City Park
With over 68,000 participants in 2018, this is one of the largest MLK celebrations in the country. Head to City Park to join in this year’s event as you make your way down Colfax in commemoration of the civil rights leader.
Cost: Free

Get out and enjoy all of these great activities in our great City and State!  

If you find yourself thinking about that dream master bedroom suite or huge backyard, where you will have your summer get togethers.....   How about stopping by one of these open houses this weekend?  Here is a list of open houses across the Denver Area.  If you can't make it this weekend, give David or Michael a call!  We'd be happy to set something up for you and go when it is good for you!