Who doesn’t appreciate a totally FREE meal? Boston Market is offering customers a big incentive to join its loyalty program, Rotisserie Rewards. To sign up, simply download the Boston Market mobile app, visit Bostonmarket.com or register in-restaurant. Members earn points with each purchase that can be redeemed for complimentary food and other prizes, including a holiday meal for 12. [Read More…]
Though outdoor concerts are few and far between this summer, Parker Arts has managed to replace parks with a parking lot to stage the Parker Arts Drive-In Series. This “drive-in” style event series will take place in the PACE Center parking lot. Tune in on your car radio for live entertainment and events from the comfort of your own vehicle.
Five of the six events are some of the area’s favorite musical acts and one event is devoted to interactive trivia. The series runs June 12 through July 24 from 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Gates open one hour before the performance starts. Cost is $30 per vehicle. You should buy tickets online in advance. [Read More…]
Like many communities, Broomfield is finding a way to stage it’s otherwise canceled annual summer festivals. It’s solution: Summer Saturday Drive-thru coordinated by the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities with the help of local groups and entities. Each month, you can sign-up online for a themed Drive-Thru Event at Broomfield County Commons Parking Lot. This month’s event is Saturday, June 13 from 10 a.m. to noon. [Read More…]
If your head is spinning with all the changes, disruptions, cancellations and uncertainty to our daily lives, you aren’t alone. We at Mile High On The Cheap feel it, too. In fact, we are working even harder to stay on top of what’s happening in the Denver-Boulder area and keep you informed in a timely manner. Though we post about things we think you’ll find of interest, sometimes we learn of something newsworthy that may not be worth a stand-alone post. But, we want to share. [Read More…]
Bored on a budget? You’ve come to the right place! Mile High On The Cheap is the answer for Coloradans wanting to live large for less. While life is far from normal, we’ve decided to restart our popular list of free and cheap things to do over the weekend. For now, you’ll find a activities you can do out of the house, along with a curated list of virtual online concerts, festivals and sporting events. Get set weekend planners, we’ve done all the work for you… [Read More…]
There’s something fishy happening at Smashburger. The chain is diving into new waters with the introduction of its new Beer Battered Pacific Cod Sandwich. The fish sandwich features wild-caught Pacific Cod lightly dipped in the chain’s signature batter (infused with Yuengling Lager) with American cheese, lettuce, tomato and tartar sauce — all on a classic bun. [Read More…]
Tickets are selling out weeks in advance, so plan early and get tickets now! If you love drive-in theaters (and who doesn’t?), get revved up for the Denver Mart Drive-In at 451 E. 58th Ave. in Denver — now, in its sixth year! Featuring first run films, on the largest screen in the region, the drive-in theater incorporates a digital projection system to provide the ultimate viewing experience in the comfort and safety of your own car. [Read More…]
Paramount Pictures is making its film Selma widely available for streaming at no cost. According to the studio, “We hope this small gesture will encourage people throughout the country to examine our nation’s history and reflect on the ways that racial injustice has infected our society. The key message of the film is the importance of equality, dignity and justice for all people. Clearly, that message is as vital today as it was in 1965.” For the remainder of June, the film will be available to rent for FREE on digital platforms in the U.S. [Read More…]
It’s crazy times in event land, but what’s a prospective couple to do when they still have a wedding on the horizon? Go virtual, of course. Plan your wedding from your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. The Virtual Colorado Bridal Show is set for Sunday, June 28 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and MHOTC readers can attend for FREE. [Read More…]
The Clyfford Still Museum made be closed to the public, but fans can join in a number of FREE virtual workshops, concerts, talks and tours. Events are scheduled through July and give art aficionados of all ages a chance to both rev up their creative juices and chill out. Here’s a look at what’s planned. [Read More…]
Fitness fans will welcome this news. State health officials announced guidelines for reopening gyms, fitness classes, rec centers and other indoor sports facilities on Thursday, June 4, allowing them to operate at up to 25% capacity or 50 people per room — whichever number is fewer — as long as members can stay 6 feet apart. Facilities can open as soon as today, Friday. You’ll have to check with your facility to learn more. Whether you are ready to go back is another matter. Here’s what you need know: [Read More…]
It was just announced that organizers have decided to cancel this year’s film series — for reasons of health and safety. See you in 2021! Infinity Park will continue to follow the guidelines set by local officials, as they progress through the necessary phases of reopening. And they’re happy to announce the lineup for the 2020 Monday Movie Madness.
Stars in the sky and on the big screen — the perfect combo for a summer night in the park with the family. Infinity Park (4599 E. Tennessee Ave.) in Glendale has set the schedule for its popular Monday Movie Madness of FREE flicks — now in its 13th year. [Read More…]
Grab the family and a picnic basket for a good time under the summer stars. The City of Westminster is hosting Movies in the Park on select Fridays from June to August. It’s better than going to a drive-in movie. Watch a family favorite movie on a giant, outdoor screen. Admission is FREE. Activities and food concessions begin at 7 p.m. and the movies start at dusk. Bring your chair or blanket and enjoy the show. [Read More…]
Safeway is giving customers big savings this weekend, thanks to its digital deals. From Friday, June 5 to Sunday, June 7, get sweet blackberries (6-oz.) for just 50¢ and Signature SELECT purified drinking water (24-pack of 16.9-oz. bottles) for $1.79 — must download the digital coupon to your Safeway Club Card via Just For U. There is a limit of two for each product — two blackberries and two waters. Limit one offer per household. Without the digital coupon, you’ll pay $2.99 for one package of berries and $2.50 for a case of bottled water.