4/1 Denver Art Museum
100 W 14th Ave Pkwy, Denver 80204
4/2 Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York Street, Denver 80206
/2 10am – 3pm Arvada Kite Festival
Stenger Soccer Complex, 58th & Quail St.
4/2 Denver Museum of Miatures, Dolls, and Toys Community Day
1880 Gaylord St, Denver 80206
4/2 1 – 5 pm Tulip Fairy
Pearl Street Mall 1300 Block of Pearl – 1300 Pearl St
Spring officially arrives in Downtown Boulder when the vibrant Tulip Fairy, along with pint-sized fairies and elves, parade around the Pearl Street Mall ‘welcoming the tulips’. This beloved springtime tradition features performances and activities for girls and boys and celebrates the more than 15,000 tulips that adorn the world renowned Pearl Street Mall throughout the spring season.
4/3 First Friday Art Walks
First Friday Art Walk – Opening Reception for Why Not Niwot? 2016
Join us for our First Friday Art Walk, kicking off the People’s Choice voting for Why Not Niwot? 2016
Voting begins on the 6th and continues through May 30th
Why Not Niwot? is an art exhibition celebrating the uniqueness of Niwot
See more at: http://niwot.com/events/first-friday-art-walk-2#sthash.BfydYKs8.dpuf
Art District on Santa Fe – Artify Your Brain. See, taste and feel the energy that is Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe
Belmar Block 7 Art District – Block 7 will feature four artist–owned working studios, a photographic school and a gallery showcasing a wide range of artwork by local artists. (Located in the Belmar City Center in Lakewood.)
Golden Triangle Museum District – Meet the artists, see new exhibitions, shop for local art and get inspired at the galleries open on First Friday. The neighborhood is also home to the Denver Art Museum, Clyfford Still Museum, Kirkland Museum, Denver Firefighters Museum and the Byers–Evans House Museum with Plein Air art on display.
Navajo Street Art District – Stroll the district tucked away in the Lower Highlands area of Denver, home to amazing galleries, great performance art and ample parking. Join us for Day of the Dead celebrations. It’s truly one of the best little Art Districts in town to experience art!
Old South Gaylord & South Pearl – Take time to visit these two neighborhoods south of downtown Denver; both are home to many artist’s studios and galleries, along with one–of–a–kind shops and restaurants.
Light Rail Gallery, Vouna, Gallery 1874, Hunter Bay, and Grand Lake Tavern in Olde Town Arvada
4/4 Denver Botanic Gardens
8500 W. Deer Creek Canyon Rd., Littleton 80128
4/4 4- 8pm Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus
Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus, 2121 Children’s Museum Dr, Denver 80211
First Tuesday night of every month from 4-8 pm Target is committed to giving back to the communities where their guests and team members live and work. Through their generous sponsorship of the Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus, families can play for FREE the first Tuesday of each month from 4 – 8 pm.
4/5 10:15 – 11 am Preschool Naure Nuts: Bluebirds
Lookout Mountain Nature Center, 910 Colorow Rd, Golden 80401
The bluebird symbolizes happiness, home and family, and the return of springtime. During this program, we’ll explore why this pretty songbird is beloved by so many–from gardeners, to songwriters, to poets. We’ll make a craft, do fun activities, sing a song, and more!
Additional dates and times available. Visit this site for more information and to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/preschool-nature-nuts-bluebirds-1015-tickets-31941715531
4/6 11:30am – 12noon Backyard Explorers
Golden Public Library, 1019 10th St. Golden 80401
There’s a whole world of nature to explore just outside your back door! Naturalists from the Lookout Mountain Nature Center help us explore the plants and animals that make Colorado great. Registration is recommended as we’re limited to 15 kids and their grown-ups. jeffcolibrary.org/events
4/6 5 – 8:30pm Mile High Community Band
Denver Junior Police Band
Red Rocks Community College, Lakewood Community Room
The brass quintet Jazz band, concert band and jazz combo will perform. They will playing music by Colorado composers Jim Mick and C. Foster Payne as well as other pieces.
4/6 6-7:30pm Women and Money
At the 1st Bank Building in Belmar- 550 S. Wadsworth Blvd Lakewood, CO 80226
Learning about properly planning your finances can be stressful! Let’s reduce the stress, and sleep better at night knowing we’ve made a solid plan for our futures!
• All about Social Security ex, current, and deceased spousal benefits
• Goals – the planning motivator
• The state of your finances – getting organized
• Your risk tolerance – determines investment choices
• Money going out – creating a budget
• Money coming in – assets and income
• How taxes and inflation affect your money
• Insurance = money protection
• Ask questions, be comfortable at this women only event!
• RSVP 720-287-5880
4/7, 4/14, 4/21, 4/28 5 – 8pm Clyfford Still Museum
Clyfford Still Museum, 1250 Bannock St, Denver 80204
In appreciation of the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD), and in the spirit of community engagement, the Clyfford Still Museum offers free admission on select days throughout the year. Free every Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. (excluding April 22, 2016)
4/8 12 noon – 4pm Four Mile Historic Park
715 S Forest St Denver 80246
Take a tour of the Four Mile House Museum, check out historic demonstrations, explore our 12-acre grounds, sample a treat from our summer kitchen, and greet our farm animals. Admission is free thanks to the support provided by your Scientific & Cultural Facilities District. Tours are at 12:30, 1:30, and 2:30pm and are first come, first served. We’ll be offering our Hay Bales & Tall Tales story time from 12:00-1:00 pm.
4/10 Denver Museum of Nature and Science
2001 Colorado Blvd. Denver 80205
4/15 10am sharp Easter Egg Hunt
Community Park, Thornton Parkway and York Street
Do not park at the Church of God 7th Day (corner of Eppinger Blvd. & Gaylord) This lot needs to be kept open for their patrons.
Event This is an extremely quick event and is over in seconds. It will start promptly at 10 a.m. – Please arrive early!
Age Divisions – Four age groups: Walking-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8
Mr. & Mrs. Bunny begin visiting at 9:30 a.m. – BRING YOUR CAMERA’S FOR A PHOTO OPPORTUNITY
There is not a rain date for this event – Please call the weather line number, 720-977-5908, the morning of the event for weather related information.
If the event is cancelled, candy will be handed out from our Community Building located at 2141 E. 95th Ave., next to City Pool.
Bring your basket to collect goodies.
4/18 Personal Income Tax Day
4/22 Earth Day
4/22 10am – 2pm Children’s Bee Earth Day
Growing Gardens, 1630 Hawthorn Ave. Boulder 80304
Come celebrate the beautiful spring weather at Growing Gardens’ budding organic farm! Children will be able to plant seeds to take home, investigate insect habitats, explore worm compost systems, learn about honeybees and beekeeping, and create garden art. We will have obstacle course and prizes for completing it! Live music, iris divide demo, and baby goat races from our neighbors at Mountain Flower Goat Dairy.
4/22 10am – 12noon Bike Rod
Get ready for fun and safe cycling this summer! This event provides free helmets (quantities limited), bike tune-ups, obstacle courses and other fun activities.
4/22 11am – 3pm Arbor Day/Earth Day
City Center Park, 4801 W. 92nd Ave.
In celebration of Arbor Day/Earth Day, local organizations and green companies offer games, activities, and useful information for the whole family. Pick up trees purchased through ReLeaf Westy Tree Purchase Program an learn to be more earth-friendly in your daily life. Enter to win fun prizes.
4/26 6 – 7:30pm Social Security and Income Planning
At the Golden Library 1019 10th St, Golden, CO 80401
• 2017 Social Security updates
• Critical questions to ask the Social Security Office at your appointment
• Avoid the most common filing mistakes
• Increase lifetime benefits by tens of thousands of dollars
• Strategies to reduce Social Security taxes
• How to maximize ex, current and deceased spousal benefits
• Retirement income sources: pros and cons
• How to make retirement income last
• Income planning strategies for today’s volatile market
• Q and A opportunity with Social Security expert
• RSVP 720-287-5880
4/29 9:30am Cu Wizards – One fish… Two fish… Fluorescent Red and Green Squish
Cristol chemistry 140-CU campus Boulder