Calendar of events

August 12 — 18, 2018

Found 45 events

Saturday, August 18

“Eyes On: Julie Buffalohead” at the Denver Art Museum

12:00 AM
The exhibition “Eyes On: Julie Buffalohead” at the Denver Art Museum will showcase new work by the Minnesota-based artist, who is a citizen of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma.

Chirp Chirp-Impromptu Bird Walks

7:00 AM
Get outside with fellow bird watchers. If you like bird walks and want to join fellow birders on short-notice bird walks, sign up to our Chirp Chirp list.

Community Active Rotary Club of Parker

7:00 AM
Parker Rotarians are a diverse group of business owners, executives, managers, political leaders, and professionals who take an active role in our community while greatly enriching our personal and professional lives. Our mission is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders

17th Annual Stuff for Students – School Supply Drive

8:00 AM
Throughout the month of August, Larry H. Miller Dealerships will look to fill a car, truck or SUV in each of their showrooms with school supplies.

17th Annual Stuff for Students- School Supply Drive

8:00 AM
Join Larry H. Miller Dealerships in partnership with 9NEWS and the Volunteers of America by donating school supplies to any Larry H. Miller location

Women's Divorce Workshop-Fourth Saturday @ Parker

8:00 AM
Women's Divorce Workshop- Empower yourself to succeed and prosper. The more info you have, the better decisions you will make. Let us help you help yourself.

Low-Sensory Morning at the Denver Art Museum

8:30 AM
For individuals and families who prefer a quiet, less sensory-stimulating environment the Denver Art Museum offers Low-Sensory Morning events on select Saturday mornings, before public hours.


9:00 AM

Adams County Farmer Stand at Anythink Huron Library

9:00 AM
Enjoy local and fresh produce, cooking demos and classes, recipes and nutrition information, medical services, RTD vouchers available, eWIC and SNAP benefits accepted.

Used Book Sale at the Elizabeth Library

9:00 AM
The Friends of the Elizabeth Library will be having a used book sale of children’s and adult books - both fiction and non-fiction, hard back and paper back.

World Honey Bee Day 2018

9:00 AM
Discover the incredible abilities of these master pollinators and learn how real beekeepers take care of their bees!

New 2018 - 2019 DCYO Season begins with OPEN REHEARSALS

9:15 AM
Douglas County Youth Orchestra under the direction of Music Director Thomas A. Blomster will begin the new season with two open rehearsals. All instruments string and non-string are welcome!

7th Annual Yarn Crawl - Yarn Along the Rockies

10:00 AM
Yarn Crawl from Colorado Springs through Castle Rock, Centennial, Denver, and Boulder! August 18 - 26. Pick up your Free Passport, Free prizes and patterns! Road trip! Yarn On!

7th Annual Yarn Crawl - Yarn Along the Rockies

10:00 AM
Yarn Crawl from Colorado Springs through Castle Rock, Denver, and Boulder! Free Event August 18 - 26! Pick up your Free Passport and start crawling. Road trip! Prizes galore!

7th Annual Yarn Crawl - Yarn Along the Rockies

10:00 AM
Yarn Crawl from Colorado Springs through Castle Rock, Centennial, Denver, and Boulder! August 18 - 26. Pick up your Free Passport, Free prizes and patterns! Road trip! Yarn On!

P.S. I Love You: A Portrait of Miss Elsie Palmer

10:00 AM
An Exhibition examining Elsie Palmer's life in both England & Colorado Springs.

Short, Renewal-Retreat-Bursts in the Rockies (with 4 options!)

10:00 AM
Short, Renewal-Retreat-Bursts in the Rockies (with 4 options!). View the options below. Come for the day...or night ... or an . outdoor Nature Solo ... or all of it!

The Act of Drinking Beer with Friends is the Highest Form of Art

10:00 AM
The Act of Drinking Beer with Friends is the Highest Form of Art is a collaboration between the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College and the Downtown Partnership’s Art on the Streets public art pr

Three Fragments of a Lost Tale

10:00 AM
See a beautifully crafted stop-motion film project over a decade in the making.

Tree Climbing Adventure

10:00 AM
Climb the trees of Westminster in this entry level climbing class, and discover the importance of trees and enjoy the views of the surrounding landscape, nature, wildlife, and more!

Year of the Dog

10:00 AM
Year of the Dog investigates our complex relationship with animals.

“Eyes On: Shimabuku” at the Denver Art Museum

10:00 AM
“Eyes On: Shimabuku” will showcase a video by Japan-based artist Shimabuku titled “Do snow monkeys remember snow mountains?” This video illustrates the adaptation of a group of Japanese snow monkeys living in a Texas desert sanctuary since they were brought to the U.S.

2018 Parade of Homes Showcases Variety of Architectural Styles and Floor Plans

11:00 AM
Self-guided tour spotlights homes in neighborhoods throughout Metro Denver from Windsor to Castle Rock and Arvada to Aurora.

Free essential oils class

11:00 AM
Quick class: Everyday essential oils for health

Parade of Homes Denver

11:00 AM
Parade of Homes Denver Returns August 9 through 26


11:00 AM
After a successful one-day festival with 10,000 attendees last summer, Councilwoman Kendra Black will host the second annual South by Southeast community festival in Bible Park on Saturday, August 18.

Chaos - Donny Dixon

12:00 PM
CORE New Art Space member exhibits art created with fire

Go With the Flow - Melissa Van Deventer

12:00 PM
CORE New Art Space Annex features organic abstracts

Made in America - Earl Chuvarsky

12:00 PM
CORE New Art Space Gallery member has thought provoking exhibit

Smart Foods for Smart Kids

1:00 PM
Healthy Foods=Healthy Children

Love Your Body Women's Circle

2:00 PM
The Love Your Body Women's Circle will support you to connect with yourself in a new way, empowering you to release inner blocks of hate, comparison, judgment, dis-ease, and pain.

Parker Brewfest 2018

2:00 PM
30 Breweries pouring unlimited samples, Live Music from Bad Candy and Food Trucks .

Real Life Wizard School

3:30 PM
Kid-friendly lessons with a magical twist.

Barks and Brews

4:00 PM
Outlets at Castle Rock is inviting all puppy parents and beer aficionados to the annual ‘Barks & Brews’ event on Saturday, August 18. From 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., attendees can enjoy craft beer tastings, food truck bites and live entertainment at Colorado’s favorite pet-friendly cent

Weekend of Events to Include: Meet Artist and Demonstrations

4:00 PM
Meet Artist, Jordyn Payne Demonstrating oil Painting Landscapes at Spirits in the Wind Gallery during Fine. Special Colorado Wines served during event by Kingman Colorado Winery.

Group run training - get registered today! Class starts June 18th.

6:00 PM
Group run training for all levels, June 18 - Oct. 21 for Fall marathons/half marathons. Sixteen weeks of professionally coached training for $100 (LT members) and $150 NM.

City of Centennial's Movie Night - 'Sing' (rated PG)

7:00 PM
Join us for an outdoor screening of the animated movie, 'Sing' (rated PG). The movie starts at dusk.

Grab Your Spurs! The Wild West is Calling!

7:00 PM
Date Night? Birthday? Why not plan a fun evening in Golden enjoying this "who-dun-it" outdoor, live theater where the audience is part of the show!

Up Next at Colorado ACTS: Rhema, or, The Spoken Words of Jesus

7:00 PM
"Rhema" is Greek for "the spoken word". Come experience the spoken word of Jesus brought to life through a new play based on the parables of Christ, written by local playwright Patrick Dorn and directed by Rachel Rug


7:30 PM
Nirvamlet mixes Hamlet with 90s grunge in a rocktail of icons and heart-shaped depression, with a splash of conspiracy and murder.

Creative-in-Residence: Sarah Rockett at the Denver Art Museum

During her residency, socially engaged artist Sarah Rockett invites guests to participate in an artmaking process and dialogue surrounding the ideas of "home" and "place."

Mountaincholia by Aria Fawn

Mountaincholia is the intoxicating and inexplicable emotion of being within dark and wild places - experience this through the paintings of Aria Fawn.

Pastel Paintings Dazzle at Mile High National Pastel Exhibition

The Mile High National Pastel Exhibition featuring 80 luminous pastel paintings from artists across the country from July 12 - August 27.

Vintage Theatre presents The Sunshine Boys

Al Lewis and Willie Clark were top-billed vaudevillians for over forty years. When CBS requests them for a "History of Comedy" retrospective a young theatrical agent works to re-unite his elderly uncle with his long-time stage partner. Despite their celebrated reputation, the two old men have not spoken in twelve years. The grudging reunion brings them back together, along with a flood of old memories, miseries, and, of course, laughs! August 3 – Septembe

WaistWatchers - The Musical!

A light-hearted look about surviving the ups and downs of a weight-and-beauty obsessed world. August 8 - 26, Wed., Thurs., Sat. & Sun. at 2:00 p.m.; Thurs., Fri. & Sat. at 7:30 p.m. $40 - $50 - or 303-987-7845

August 12 — 18, 2018

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