How was your thanksgiving?  Done with the Rolaids and the Turkey Day naps!  There is so much going on in the Denver Metro area!  Here are some of our favorites!

See The Revivalists and more at Not So Silent Nights 

Friday, November 30
1stBANK Center
This annual holiday concert from 93.3 always has a packed lineup and this year is no different. Along with The Revivalists, this year’s show also features Elle King, American Authors, The Strumbellas, Max Frost, and Denver-based Wildermiss.
Cost: Tickets start at $43.50

Attend the Acres Fall Harvest Dinner 

Friday, November 30
Warren Tech, Lakewood
At Warren Tech, culinary students get the chance to be hands on with their food at the on-site Acres Farm while also learning culinary techniques and more to prepare them for careers after high school. During this event, the students will show off their cooking skills under the guidance of professional chefs. The meal will include four courses and a mocktail and proceeds benefits this education program.
Cost: $65

Get into the holiday spirit at the 9NEWS Parade of Lights 

Friday, November 30
Downtown Denver
Marching bands, illuminated floats, and the big bearded guy himself will all be making their way through Downtown for this annual tradition. Bring a thermos full of hot cocoa (or whatever beverage you prefer to keep warm with) and take in the sights as they pass by.
Cost: Free to attend

Head to Estes Park for a Holiday Murder Mystery 

Friday, November 30
The Stanley Hotel
Who can focus on tree trimming and gift giving when there’s a murderer on the loose? Help figure out who the culprit is at this festive murder mystery at one of Colorado’s most haunted locations. Ticket price also includes a four course dinner and complimentary drink.
Cost: $149/person

Shop local at the Denver HAHO Holiday Market 

Friday, November 30-Saturday, December 1
970 Yuma Street
This is the very last edition of this small market so come out and show your support. Many up and coming local makers along with some old favorite will be on hand showing off their goods. Local caterers will be supplying the eats and libations will come in the form of a bar on Friday night and Bloody Marys and mimosas for Saturday afternoon.
Cost: Depends how much you buy, drink, and eat

Dine at a special four course meal from some of Denver’s best chefs 

Saturday, December 1
The GrowHaus
Support this local nonprofit that provides food and education for their north Denver neighborhood. This dinner will feature local and sustainable products featured in four dishes along with cocktails and beer from The Family Jones and Ratio Beerworks.
Cost: $75

Enjoy bubbly, oysters, and caviar ar Champagne & Pearls 

Saturday, December 1
Jax Fish House Boulder, Fort Collins, Glendale, and LoDo
Treat yourself to the decadent holiday party you deserve. Throw on something fancy and head to your nearest Jax location for an evening where the champagne will be flowing and oysters and caviar will be served in a variety of exotic preparations.
Cost: Tickets must be purchased ahead of time and they are $55/person

Get in line early for a bottle of Stranahan’s 2018 Snowflake 

Saturday, December 1
Stranahan’s Distillery
The annual release of a one-of-a-kind whiskey is back. You can line up as early as Friday night for your chance to snag up to two tickets each good for the purchase of one bottle. While you wait, Snowflake Village will live music, games, and complimentary coffee to help you pass the time.
Cost: Each bottle is $99.99 + tax

Learn how to make your own kimchi 

Saturday, December 1
Happy Leaf Kombucha
This spicy, fermented ingredient is a Korean cuisine essential. Get the basics on making kimchi in your own kitchen at this class which includes a jar of kimchi to take home and ferment and a glass of kombucha to enjoy while you’re learning.
Cost: $65

Enjoy movie night at a Love Actually movie party 

Sunday, December 2
Alamo Drafthouse Sloans Lake and Littleton
Crowd participation is encouraged, so get ready to sigh, gasp, and sing along to “Christmas is All Around” at this special screening of this holiday favorite starring Hugh Grant and Colin Firth.
Cost: Tickets are $13

And here is a listing of some great HOLIDAY EVENTS.... Throughout the month of December!

Have a great weekend ya'all!