Going to the the movies this summer isn’t completely off the list of fun things to do. The Master Community Association (MCA) is offering families an option to get out of the house and enjoy a night under the summer sky…sort of. The organization is hosting a pop-up drive-in movie theater at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. [Read more…] about Free Pop-Up Drive-In Theater Comes To Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
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. Some fields are open now, others hold off until later in the season. [Read more…] about 7 Farms and Orchards Where You Can Pick Your Own
While the closing (again) of bars and nightclubs made headlines last week, it overshadowed what will be the next important step in Colorado’s slow slog back to some sense of normalcy — Protect Our Neighbors. This is going to be the next and final phase of reopening. Once counties and communities achieve Protect Our Neighbors status, this will be our new normal for the foreseeable future. Here’s what you need to know, including what it may mean for most of us. [Read more…] about Colorado’s ‘Protect Our Neighbors’ Phase And Our Take On What It May Mean For You
The annual Boulder Market featuring handmade goods and unique treasures takes place on three Sundays this summer, July 12, August 9 & 23 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. At the market you will find over 75 vendors featuring affordable visual art, high quality handmade items, and unique treasures sold from a plethora of local merchants. [Read more…] about Art, Crafts & Free Music in Downtown Boulder
Plan your week on the cheap with this list of FREE events around Denver. The list is updated daily, so check back often. For now, you’ll find a mix of in-person and virtual events. Looking for more FREE and low-cost things to do? 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…] about 33 Free Things To Do This Week Around Denver
Hey, parents! Here’s a fun night out for a good cause, thanks to Red Rocks Church. The church is hosting a pop-up drive-in theater to benefit Lakewood’s The Action Center. (The non-profit’s organization mission is to provide an immediate and compassionate response to those in the community experiencing hardship and by offering the resources and services needed to stabilize lives and promote pathways to lasting change.) [Read more…] about Red Rocks Church in Lakewood Hosts Pop-Up Drive-In Movie
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…] about 49 Free & Cheap Things To Do in Denver This Weekend
In these times, we want to help Denver and Boulder area businesses reach customers and help readers find the services they need. And we all like a deal. So we’ve created Mile High on the Cheap Deals. Businesses (restaurants, retailers, services) can list discounts or deals. Customers can save money. Everyone wins. But we need your help to build our list, so please spread the word to friends, family and your favorite businesses. [Read more…] about Mile High On The Cheap Deals – Businesses: Add Yours For Free
The city of Thornton’s Twist and Shout Summer Concerts offers FREE family-friendly concerts on Thursdays from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Music ranges from jazz to Salsa to Americana to Rock. The city’s enormous Carpenter Park Amphitheater has plenty of space and free parking. The series runs July 9 to August 27.
There are changes this year so take note. Safety-spaced seating for all concerts begins at 6:00 p.m. and is first come, first serve for pre-registered ticket holders. If you see a concert you like, act fast as tickets will be snapped up quickly. [Read more…] about Thornton’s Twist and Shout Summer Concerts Are Back, You Must Pre-Register
Sip and savor at the annual Castle Rock WineFest on Saturday, July 18 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Butterfield Park. The outdoor wine tasting event showcases more than two dozen wineries and more than 180 varieties of Colorado wine. The event draws wine aficionados for its tastings, wine seminars, cooking demonstrations and entertainment. [Read more…] about Save $10 on Castle Rock WineFest Tickets