Archives - July2020

Denver Days Reimagined This Weekend!

July 30, 2020

The city-wide block party that has become the highlight of summer in Denver is re-imagined for this most unusual summer. Eight years ago, Denver Days was introduced to the Mile High City during the first week of August as a way for neighborhoods to celebrate and a chance for neighbors to get to know each …

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Back to School Tips from Teachers!

July 28, 2020

Children around the world stopped attending school this spring, to shield them and their contacts from the Covid-19 virus. And while we don’t fully understand the susceptibility of children to catch and spread the virus, there are lots of opinions circulating about the wisdom of kids returning to in-class learning. But most experts agree that …

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Room for a Brew at Outdoor Bars!

July 23, 2020

Celebrate summer at a festive outdoor brewery patio or downtown outdoor bar! With plenty of space and air for social distancing, Denver’s and Aurora’s breweries and outdoor bars are the perfect places to gather for safe summer entertaining. Up and coming Denver bands are back, too, with live performances at Southlands and streamed-from-rooftop concerts in …

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DIY Projects When You Need A/C!

July 21, 2020

Some might call these rainy-day DIY projects, but with the mercury rising, (baby it’s hot outside!) we need some crafts to do with a little A/C! Here are some cool (every which way), productive, indoor DIY projects to help you beat the heat!

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Lotsa LEGOs and Drive-In Entertainment!

July 16, 2020

Two renowned LEGO® artists and two spectacular LEGO displays are included in the price of admission at both the Denver Zoo and the Museum of Nature & Science this weekend! Sean Kenney’s jaw-dropping LEGO creations of life-sized endangered animals are on display at the Zoo. And contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya has created mesmerizing masterpieces from …

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Make-Ahead, To-Go Breakfasts!

July 14, 2020

If you’re a fan of Starbucks coffee drive-throughs, you may have tried their morning heat-and-eat food offerings with your Americano. When you want to save a little time and money, here are a few tasty, make-ahead breakfast ideas that are equally easy to-go alternatives.

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Sounds of Southlands…In Your Car!

July 9, 2020

Everyone’s favorite summer event is back—live music concerts at Southlands! This summer, due to the coronavirus, it will be the Sounds of Southlands Drive-In Edition. A limited number of people with advance-purchase tickets will park their cars on site and enjoy the live concert from the safety of their cars! Other re-openings include Aurora Reservoir …

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Safe-cations and Staycations!

July 7, 2020

Much has changed since March of this year, not the least of which is how to plan and enjoy our leisure and vacation time. If we’re lucky enough to have jobs and time off, the summer of 2020 will likely be one of staycations and super safe-cations, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun …

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A Quieter, Virtual 4th of July

July 2, 2020

There may not be fireworks displays in Denver and Aurora this Fourth of July, but that doesn’t mean there’s not plenty to do, both live and virtually! In keeping with a safer Independence Day celebration, the Colorado Symphony will continue its time-honored tradition of bringing the largest single-day free community event in Colorado to an …

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