Two tickets for Tuesday, please! If you love the movies, but don’t have money to spend like a movie mogul, you definitely want to make Tuesday your go-to day for seeing the latest blockbuster on the big screen. Tuesday is a slow day at the box office. And that’s why many movie theater chains discount tickets for the day. [Read More…]
Plan your week on the cheap with this list of FREE things to do around Denver. The list is updated daily, so check back often. Looking for more free and low-cost things to do in the following weeks? Find additional activities on our Mile High Events Calendar, which you can view by day or month.
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Here’s what’s happening this week: [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. Luckily, Denver has much to do and see for frugal families, bargain hunters, savvy seniors and anyone who’s limited on funds — festivals, concerts, movies, workshops, tours, sporting events and more. And, for weekend planners, we’ve done all the work for you… [Read More…]
Convergence Station, Meow Wolf’s third permanent immersive art installation, is celebrating one year, since it opened its quantum transit station doors in Denver on September 17, 2021, with a Convergiversary Party. The otherworldly exhibition has been extremely popular with locals and tourists alike with more than a million visitors in the first year. [Read More…]
Once again, A Taste of Colorado takes over Denver during Labor Day Weekend, September 3 to 5, 2022. The end-of-summer event takes place at a variety of venues scattered along Downtown Denver’s 16th Street Mall. Thousands are expected to enjoy performances on multiple outdoor stages, dozens of food vendors, a large arts and crafts marketplace, and an expanded Kids Zone packed with family-friendly activities. [Read More…]
Pig + Pearl Secondhand (formerly known as ARES Thrift Store) in Boulder holds a Dollar Bin Sale on Saturday & Sunday, August 13 & 14 from noon to 5 p.m. Hundreds of items will be out in the front parking lot. All are priced at $1 or less. Don’t forget to bring cash. 5320 Arapahoe Ave. (former Humane Society Thrift location), Boulder. Find other area thrift stores here.
At 153 years of age, the Boulder County Fair is Colorado’s oldest. Rodeos, a colorful midway with all manner of entertainment, a slew of kid’s activities, animal barns, a traditional carnival, music, kid’s area, crafts, food and more fill the fair calendar from Thursday to Sunday, August 11 to 14. With parking, gate admission and most activities FREE, you can visit more than once. [Read More…]
Since 1970, the Wheat Ridge Carnation Festival has attracted thousands of people from Wheat Ridge and surrounding communities. This year’s festival held Friday to Sunday, August 12 to 14, is no exception with a fireworks display on Friday and Saturday, as well as live music acts performing on multiple stages with headliners such as Buckstein, That Eighties Band, Hazel Miller Band, The Trampolines and Stone Beat Invasion. [Read More…]
Bargain hunters absolutely love Black Friday and can’t wait for its arrival every year — the Friday after Thanksgiving. However, can you imagine if Black Friday deals were available every week? Well, Aurora is the go-to place for such deep discounts, thanks to the daily discount store at 1200 S. Abilene St. And what do you call a store offering Black Friday deals every day? Black Friday$, of course! [Read More…]
Move over, you know who! Caribou Coffee is stirring up big savings at the start of the week for coffee lovers and bargain hunters alike. The Minnesota-based coffee shop isn’t known for offering many big discounts, so that makes this rare special extra hot. In fact, it’s the café’s biggest offer ever. Sugar, cream and savings, please! [Read More…]
Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers is celebrating National Frozen Custard Day with a really sweet giveaway. Did you know the difference between ice cream and frozen custard is all about eggs? Egg yolks are used in making frozen custard. That’s what makes the treat denser than its equally popular counterpart. [Read More…]
Story by Linda DuVal. When you think of Pueblo, perhaps you might think: blue-collar bars, great Mexican food and the Colorado State Fair. Well, you’d be right. But only partly right. Pueblo has evolved in recent years from an industrial burg into a pretty sophisticated city. We’re talking a lively arts scene, fine museums, a blooming Riverwalk and even a great upscale restaurant or two.
Today’s Pueblo has abundant theater, dance and public art, one of the best children’s museums in the nation, a symphony, a thriving local history museum and much more. And it’s eminently affordable. Isn’t it time you paid it another visit? [Read More…]