9/1 7:30 – 9pm Go Back Faculty Tuesday: CU Keyboard Faculty
Grusin Music Hall, Boulder 80302
“Give me some Music” A Concert by faculty and guests inspired by Shakespeare.
9/2 6:30 – 8:30pm First Friday Music Series
Southwest Plaza Mall, 8501 West Bowles Ave., Littleton
9/2 7pm Movies in the Park – Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Westminster City Park, 10475 Sheridan Blvd.
Enjoy watching the movie on a large screen under the stars. Food vendors and fun pre-movie activities begin at 7 p.m. and the movie begins at dusk. Food available for purchase or bring a picnic. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Movies presented by City of Westminster and Partner Colorado Credit Union.
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9/2 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
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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.
RiNo (River North Art District) – Tour the district “Where art is made!” RiNo is home to creative businesses and more than 60 galleries and studios and 150 artists including painters, media artists, sculptors, photographers, illustrators, designers and furniture makers.
9/2, 9/9, 9/16, 9/23, 9/30 5-8pm Clyfford Still Museum
1250 Bannock St. Denver 80204
9/2 -9/5 a Taste of Colorado
Friday 11:30am – 10pm Sat & Sun 10:30am – 10pm Monday 10:30am – 8pm
Great music, food and fun!
9/3 Denver Art Museum
DAM, 100 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy., Denver 80204
9/3 8:30 – 10:30pm Movie in the Grove
Hiwan Heritage Park
9/3-9/4 Beaver Creek Oktoberfest
Enjoy these Bavarian festivities over Labor Day weekend. Enter the daily costume contest to win prizes and listen to the live oompah music. Get a workout at the Oktoberfest Shuffle, which is their non-competitive walk, hike or run over a 5K or 10K course on the trails of Beaver Creek Mountain.
9/6 4 – 8pm Children’s Museum of Denver
2121 Children’s Museum Dr. Denver 80211
9/8 6:30 – 8pm Tunes for Trails/Perks for Parks Concert
9/8, 9/21, 9/27 Aurora History Museum
15051 E. Alameda Parkway Aurora
The only public, FREE museum in Aurora, Colorado, the Aurora History Museum is a community-based cultural center featuring changing history, natural history, culture, fine and decorative arts exhibits and programs. https://www.auroragov.org/ThingsToDo/ArtsandCulture/Museum/index.htm
9/9 12noon – 4pm Four Mile Historic Park
715 S. Forest St. Denver 80246
9/9 Arvada Harvest Festival
9/9 6:30 – 10pm Movie in the Park – Wings of Life by Disney
Standley Lake Regional Park – 100th Avenue and Simms Street
Bring blankets and lawn chairs so you can sit back and enjoy this beautiful nature movie, narrated by Meryl Streep. This is a stunning adventure into the world of pollinators and their role in the world. A nature hike and presentation by the Butterfly Pavilion complete the evening. Limited food trucks are on-site for purchasing food.
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9/9 – 9/11 Breckenridge Oktberfest
The largest Oktoberfest in the Rocky Mountains will close Main Street in Breckenridge, Colorado. Fall foliage, Paulaner Bier, German food, live music, keg tapping and children’s activities. Location: Main St, Breckenridge, Co, 80424
9/10 3:00 – 8:30pm RidgeFest 2016
The Green on Ridge at 38, 7101 W. 38th Ave. Wheat Ridge
Highlighting the agricultural heritage and handmade appeal of Wheat Ridge.
9/10 6pm Zootopia-Movie in the Park
Athmar, 850 S. Bryant St. Denver 80219
9/10, 9/14, 9/16, 9/21, 9/24 MOA – Museum of Outdoor Arts
1000 Englewood Parkway Suite 2-230 Englewood 80110
MOA offers indoor galleries, studios and special events and programs. http://www.moaonline.org/HOME/tabid/36/Default.aspx
9/11 Denver Museum of Nature and Science
2001 Colorado Blvd. Denver 80205
9/11 starting at 1pm Colorado Remembers 9/11
Civic Center Park
John Fogerty & big Head Todd & the Monsters will give a free tribute concert. This event will include a ceremony with Taps, 21 gun salute and World Trade Center Steel.
9/11 9:30 – 11:30 am Wild Flower Walk
Hildebrand Ranch Park
9/11 & 9/16 – 9/18 Vail Oktoberfest
Traditional food and Paulaner beer, bavarian music, dancing, yodeling, bratwurst eating contest, keg bowling, stein lifting, Oktoberfest costume contest and more over two full weekends in Vail. Free concerts on Saturday night. Family zone during the day for kids with crafts, entertainers and kids 1K fun run. Named by USA Today one of the ten greatest Oktoberfests in the US in 2010. No cost for admission.
9/14 Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York Street, Denver 80206
9/15 7pm El Latir de Mexico
Boettcher Concert Hall, 1400 Curtis St, Denver 80202
Special Concert commemorating the 206th Anniversary of the Independence of Mexico
9/15 6 – 7:30pm Social Security and Income Planning
1st Bank of Belmar- 550 S Wadsworth Blvd Lakewood CO 80226
• How the new Social Security law changes claiming options
• Avoid the most common filing mistakes
• Find more benefits you didn’t realize you were eligible for
• 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 ensure life-long income
• Q and A opportunity with Social Security expert
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9/16 6 – 9pm 2016 Teaser Concert Series: Young Dubliners
Levitt Pavilion, Civic Center Park
Celtic rock group
9/16 – 9/18 Parker Oktoberfest
10795 Victorian Dr. Parker
11th annual fest features live German music, dancers, food, beer, wine, vendors, family fun center
9/16 – 9/18 Downtown Boulder Fall Fest
Friday 5 – 10pm Saturday 11am – 10pm Sunday 11am -5pm
9/16 – 9/17 Steamboat OktoberWest
Steamboat Springs, 2305 Mt Werner Cir
The 7th Annual Oktoberfest with a western twist. Rocky Mountain beer and local food and festivities instead of German beer. Cruiser bike parade Suds & Grub on Friday. OktoberWest is Saturday with live music, beer garden with over 20 Colorado brewers and the I Love Beef Cook Off. Yampa Street Live on Sunday has more beer, western music and line dancing. Festival admission is free but there is a cost to enter the cook off tasting and beer garden.
9/16 -9/17 Pueblo Oktoberfest
Pueblo, 132 W. “B” Street
German food, music and beer. Keg tapping at 6 PM on Friday night. Saturday is family day with the Denver Kickers German Dancers at 1 PM and German costume contest at 5 PM. Stein hosting contest at 8 PM both evenings. Admission is $5 at the door but free if wearing costume. Seniors and kids 12 and under are free.
A celebration of Fort Collins with live music, seasonal beer from 6+ Fort Collins breweries and bicycle booths. Music lineup ranges from funk to bluegrass to rock and indie. Costumes are encouraged. Free admission. Thousands are expected to participate. Location: Downtown Fort Collins (Walnut St. and Old Town Square.
9/17 Schuhplattlers Denver Kickers Oktoberfest
16676 W. 50th, Golden, CO 80403
9/17 – 9/18 Oktoberfest in Woodland Park
Ute Pass Cultural Center, 210 E Midland Ave Woodland Park
German beer, food, live music. For children, there is an obstacle course, climbing wall, kids games and face painting. Ceremonial keg tapping at 11 AM on Saturday. 18th annual event. Admission is $6 for adults. Under 21 are free. Free parking and shuttle bus from Woodland Park High School.
9/17 – 9/18 Autumn Gold Brats & Beer
24th Annual festival with bratwurst, beer and live music. It is a family friendly event with face painting, corn bag toss, bouncing room, soap bubbles and rides in antique cars and a fire engine. Raffle tickets are $25 each with a grand prize of $5000. Festival happens in Bond Park. Sunrise Rotary has been organizing this event since 1995.
9/17 – 9/18 10am – 5pm 2016 Evergreen Open Door Studios
Join us for our 15th annual self-guided, road tour of award-winning artists in and around Evergreen. Open Door Studios is a well advertised and well attended event that provides pro
9/24 12 noon Annual Cemetery tour With the Arvada Historical Society
Join the Arvada Historical Society for their 11th Annual Cemetery Tour. Tours are every half hour. For more information, call the Arvada Historical Society
9/24 10:30 -11:30am School of Snakes
Join an expert herpetologist to learn all about snakes! Snakes have been villainized both in folklore and in pop-culture and in this program we’ll learn why these creatures are important to us through. Youll also get to meet live snakes from the Standley Lake Nature Center! Join us for some slithering fun. All ages must register for this class. Park day entrance fee or pass required. Class is free! All ages but children must be accompanied by an adult. Limited to 15 spaces.
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9/22 6 – 7:30pm Do I Have Enough to Retire? CFP Taught Workshop
1st Bank Building in Belmar- 550 S. Wadsworth Blvd Lakewood, CO 80226
• Calculate when/if you might run out of money in retirement
• Learn what steps can you take now if you’re behind on saving
• Bring your Social Security and retirement statements for maximization tips
• Learn how taxes and inflation could impact your accounts
• Calculate your Social Security taxes and learn how to reduce them
• Learn how interpret your 401k and IRA statements, and see what fees you’re paying
• Do a risk tolerance questionnaire and learn about investments that fit your risk comfort
• Tax efficiency crash course (bring tax forms)
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9/23 – 9/24 OktoBREWfest
Lincoln Park (8th Street & 9th Avenue), Greeley
The Greeley Oktoberfest has changed its name for 2013 to reflect the focus on specialty brews, VIP tasting tent and expanded musical entertainment. But the same German traditions will still take place. Event kicks off Friday evening with brats, beer, games and a free concert. Huge children’s area on Saturday along with more music, food and specialty beer. Stein lifting, pie eating, volleyball and life size beer pong contests.
9/23 9/24 Brush Oktoberfest & Car/Motorcycle Show
34th annual event with Friday night Cruise In, car show, beer garden, live polka band and dog show/contest.
9/23 – 9/25 & 9/30 – 10/2 Denver Oktoberfest
Larimer Street in Denver’s Historic Ballpark Neighborhood is transformed for two weekends in September for this celebration of German culture. Over 250,000 people attend Oktoberfest Denver annually. Entertainment includes stein hoisting, long dog derby, keg bowling, Dashustlehoff 5K, bratwurst eating contest, costume contest and live music. Location: 20th and Larimer, Denver CO
9/24 Lamar Oktoberfest
This festival is hosted by the Lamar Chamber of Commerce. There is usually a beer garden, inflatable games for kids, Car & Motorcycle Show, charity 5K Relay Race, horse shoe tournament and local musical acts.
9/24-9/25 11am – 5pm Stapleton Open Studios
Individual artists’ home studios
Self guided tour of the artists studios
9/30 Last Friday Art Walk
9/30 7pm Sing for Life Concert
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 8545 E. Dry Creek Rd. Centennial 80112
Over 120 voices from three outstanding local choirs (Kantorei, Cherry Creek High School’s Meistersingers, and Good Shepherd’s Chancel Choir ) will join forces to present this concert featuring the works of local composer-pianist Dr. Stephen Fiess.
Concert is free of charge and a “love offering” will be collected with all proceeds going to Donate Life Colorado.
spective visitors with a full color tour booklet which includes a location map, artists’ bios and photo of their work. Participants are then free to choose which studios they visit and enjoy a scenic tour of the Evergreen mountain area during the fall color season. The tour book is available in and around Evergreen and the front range.