Summer is officially over, but that doesn’t signal the end of fun activities in Denver. Here’s a peek at just a few of the many events scheduled for the Fall season. For a full list, head over to the denver.org website.
Denver Film Festival
The 41st Annual Denver Film Festival celebrate films from all over the world. You can connect with fellow filmmakers, artists, movie buffs, and enjoy the wonderful world of cinema.
Date: Oct 31-Nov 11, 2018
More info: Denver Film website
Boonion Station Halloween Celebration
Bring your little ghosts, superheroes and princesses to enjoy trick-or treating at merchant shops, a costume parade, mini-train rides, and so much more. Prizes will be given for best costume and best group/family costume.
Date: Oct 25 2018, 5-8pm
More info: Union Station website
Missed the Great American Beer Festival? Not to worry; you can join “the world’s greatest and smallest artisanal beer, cider, and mead makers” while they share their stories and knowledge, and pour their specialty brews for you.
Date: October 19-20, 2018
More info: Shelton Brothers website
Free Night at the Museums
Over 17 of Denver’s museums will have free admission, as part of Denver Arts Week. Free shuttles make it easy to get from one location to another.
Date: Nov 3 2018, 5-10pm
More info: Denver.org website
Urban Holiday Market
The Denver Urban Holiday Market features of-a-kind seasonal items, high quality handcrafted goods, fabulous holiday gift ideas, delicious specialty foods, and more, made from a diverse collection of local artists and crafters.
Date: November 3 & 4, 11am-6pm
Price: Free admission
More info: Urban Holiday Market website
Thanksgiving is upon us, and in addition to enjoying time with family and friends, it is a time to reflect on what we are all thankful for. We at Boutique Apartments are thankful for our wonderful residents, and for the chance to provide them with a quality living experience in Denver.
We’re also thankful for all the wonderful opportunities that living in the mile-high city provides. Here are just a few ideas for spending your time during Thanksgiving in Denver.
Help Others in Need
Both the Denver Rescue Mission and the Epworth Foundation have their annual events to help bring Thanksgiving into the home of people in need. You can help by donating food, money, or your time.
Don your goofiest turkey costume and join over 20,000 others in Washington Park this year for the Annual 4-Mile Turkey Trot. Or grab your skates and show off your ice-skating moves on the rink at Skyline Park.
Try Out a New Restaurant
If cooking isn’t your thing, try out a new restaurant … many Denver establishments have special Thanksgiving menus.
Increase Your Cultural IQ
See a movie, read a book, or check out a new art exhibit. Denver’s cultural opportunities abound!
If you must shop this weekend, why not buy local? It’s said that local businesses generate 70% more local economic activity than big-box stores.
The 12th annual Denver Restaurant Week takes place from February 26 – March 6, 2016. Hundreds of Denver’s top restaurants offer multi-course dinners for the tasty price of $30 per person.
This is a great way to sample some of Denver’s finest foods, at an affordable price. Find out more information at the Denver Restaurant Week website.