Downtown Golden transforms into an open-air art gallery this Saturday & Sunday, August 17 & 18 during the Golden Fine Arts Festival. Of the 134 juried artists working in ceramic arts, fiber, glass, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography and sculpture, a majority are Coloradans. [Read more…] about Golden Fine Arts Festival This Weekend
Fall consignment sales continue this month in Denver, Boulder and beyond (from Castle Rock to Loveland and all points in between). Save loads of money on clothes for yourself and your kids, as well as household items, toys and gear. Admission to all events is FREE unless otherwise noted.
MHOTC Tip: For sales that do charge an entry fee, check their website as more often than not you’ll often find free tickets. And multi-day sales often heavily discount unsold merchandise on the last day or two. Here’s the 2019 list: [Read more…] about Fall Consignment Sales in Denver, Boulder and Beyond
It’s that time again. The Colorado State Fair opens Friday, August 23 and ends on Labor Day, Monday, September 2 at the state fairgrounds in Pueblo. the event includes carnival rides, live entertainment and PRCA rodeo, among other things. It can be a pricey visit (admission is $12/adults; $6 children ages 5-12), if you don’t take advantage of one of their many deals and discounts. Here are some ways to save: [Read more…] about 7 Ways To Save At The Colorado State Fair
Every Wednesday, music fills the air, freshly-harvested produce is available for purchase and the community gathers at Dahlia Campus for Health & Well-Being in Park Hill for the Farmers Market. These weekly events feature farm-fresh veggies grown on site, gardening activities, music, juicing demonstrations, cooking classes, yoga, food trucks and community vendors. [Read more…] about Connect With Community at Dahlia Campus Farmers Market
For 90 years, Littleton residents have been holding a community celebration. This year’s Western Welcome Week is actually a 10-day fest, August 9 to 18. The event schedule is jam-packed spanning more than 40 events from a fishing derby to trivia challenge benefiting dozens of local nonprofits. Some highlights for true cheapskates: [Read more…] about Western Welcome Week in Littleton
Summer is winding down but that just means a jam-packed schedule of plays, concerts, comedy nights, festivals and more. There are deals to be had, as much as 50% off, and we’ve found them. Some of the newest offerings include discounted admission to Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo, Mary J. Blige or Pitbull in concert and Oktoberfest (held in August) in Morrison. Plus, there are bridal shows and pet expos.
You can find real savings by buying through services such as Goldstar and Groupon. (Be sure when buying through Groupon to check our recent posts for any promo codes, for extra savings.)
Here are some ticket deals I’ve uncovered to concerts, plays, festivals, sporting events and more. [Read more…] about 34 Great Deals for Upcoming Entertainment in Denver
Enrollment in LiVE, the Regional Transportation District (RTD)’s new, income-based fare discount program is now open. The LiVE Program provides 40% off fares to qualifying riders whose household incomes are at or below 185% of the federal poverty level. All applications for the LiVE Program – pronounced as one would say, “live your best life” may be found here. [Read more…] about Can’t Afford RTD? Enroll In Its New Discount Fare Program
The 2019-20 Denver Dining Passbook, known for two-for-one entrée deals and other benefits, is on sale now, making the savings even sweeter. Normally $99, you can buy the book for just $49 (plus a $2.99 handling charge added at checkout). The Passbook features more than 120 restaurants, including 801 Chop House, Acova, Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, Bang Up To The Elephant!, Blue Island Oyster Bar & Seafood, Citizen Rail, Comida at The Stanley Marketplace, Ivy On 7th, LoHi Steakbar, Los Chingones, Modern Market, North County, Officers Club, Olive & Finch, Pizzeria Locale, Shells & Sauce, STK, Tamayo, TAG Burger Bar and others. [Read more…] about Pay Only $49 For 2019-20 Denver Dining Passbook
Palisade peaches, Olathe sweet corn, Rocky Ford melons — Colorado grows a bounty of produce recognized nationwide. And, as anyone who has driven on the Eastern Plains can attest, we are a state that owes its heritage, at least in part, to hardworking farmers. While you can shop “Colorado Proud” in most grocery stores, you can also pick your own fruits and veggies, especially starting over Labor Day weekend and peaking in September. [Read more…] about 9 Farms and Orchards Where You Can Pick Your Own
The Final Friday 2019 Summer Series hosts its next gathering of the summer on Friday, July 26, with live music acts and local businesses creating an urban block party in the RiNo Arts District. Dozens of breweries, restaurants and businesses will also be offering great deals on food and drinks.
Unpaid Overtime, Ray Reed, BVGGZ, Bianca Mikahn, Wic Jones, Dante Thatguy and others will be entertaining from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. [Read more…] about Final Friday Urban Walk and Block Party in RiNo
First there was “First Fridays” where you can roam all sorts of art galleries and neighborhoods. Now comes “Final Fridays”, an after-hours opportunity to explore the Golden Triangle Creative District. Final Fridays are scheduled for June 28, July 26, August 30 and September 27 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Activities are FREE. [Read more…] about Spend ‘Final Fridays’ in the Golden Triangle Creative District
Barnes & Noble loves teachers and wants to show their appreciation with deals and discounts as we get ready for Back-to-School. Every Saturday and Sunday from July 20 through September 15, the national bookstore is holding Educator Appreciation Days. All stores nationwide will feature special discounts to celebrate pre-K-12 public, private and homeschool teachers and administrators, including 25% off most merchandise like books, toys and games. [Read more…] about Barnes & Noble’s Educator Appreciation Days – 25% Off For Teachers
It’s time for the 2019 Arapahoe County Fair, with four days of fun Thursday, July 25 to Sunday, July 28, at the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds in Aurora. Fairgoers will find their dollar goes a long way with gate admission that includes unlimited carnival rides, plus all concerts, rodeos, 4-H livestock shows, petting farm, mutton bustin’ for the little buckaroos and more. [Read more…] about Tons of Fun at Arapahoe County Fair
The offer now requires the purchase of an entrée — no longer valid with just ANY dine-in purchase. Bargain hunters will find the deal less sweet, but still full of savings.
Need to make your life a little sweeter? Village Inn continues its very popular FREE Pie Wednesday at participating locations. It’s one of the sweetest deals in town for pie lovers!
Just added – Denver Botanic Gardens. The Longmont Public Library’s book collection numbers in the tens of thousands, but knowledge is not found in books alone. To promote learning experiences, the Friends of the Longmont Library has partnered with many local museums and attractions to offer FREE daily passes to patrons through the Library’s website.
These Discovery Passes are a ticket to history, art, science, culture, and nature all along the Front Range, accessible with just a library card. The following destinations are currently participating, and the Library will be adding more attractions in coming months: [Read more…] about Longmont Library Offers Free ‘Discovery Passes’ To Front Range Attractions