Archives - March2021

Plan Your Garden(s) This Weekend!

March 30, 2021

Late March is the perfect time to start planning your spring garden, so put on your woolies and start looking at seed catalogues as you survey your surroundings. Planning ahead will pay off as soon as the dirt and weather’s warm enough to start digging!

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Easter Pics and New Theater Events to Stream This Weekend!

March 25, 2021

While we can’t wait to get back and see live theatre performances in-person, theatre companies from all around the country, as well as here in Denver, have produced some amazing streaming experiences. Aurora’s Vintage Theatre will present two this weekend: one is a brand-new Cabaret Comedy Review, and the other is the winner of the …

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Advanced Easter Egg Decorating!

March 23, 2021

If your family has moved beyond the tablet-in-plastic-cup and food color and vinegar method of decorating Easter eggs, here are several artistic ways to celebrate the season, these high-end egg decorating ideas are for you! 

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Spring into Action This Weekend in Southshore!

March 18, 2021

With a variety of events to usher in spring, you’ll have a busy weekend in the Southshore area! Live music is back with a record release concert by alt-country singer Derek Dames Ohl, and in-person exhibits at the Denver Zoo and Botanic Gardens open this weekend. Kids can get pictures taken with the Easter Bunny …

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“…More for Your Money at Southshore!”

March 16, 2021

When Kevin and Genevieve Deits moved into Southshore last October, they were both thinking ahead to the day when their children would be old enough for school. These parents knew what they wanted for their toddler son, Easton, now 2 years old, and baby brother, Beckett (left, who was born on March 9!) — an …

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Watch the Symphony’s Ode to Joy This Weekend!

March 11, 2021

Almost a year ago, the Colorado Symphony posted their virtual Ode to Joy concert as we all wondered how the pandemic would affect our lives. The uplifting video is worth watching again, since it ended up being a great example of how people would come together. This weekend, you can watch another inspiring online concert …

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Housing Market Trends, Spring 2021

March 9, 2021

The Denver metro housing market is BOOMING after 2020’s pent-up buyer demand –thanks to a worldwide pandemic, social and political events and a changing work-from-home economy. Great for sellers, not so great for buyers who were hoping to own a sliver of real estate sometime soon.

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Things to Do: Virtually and In Person, This Weekend

March 4, 2021

Welcome to the New Normal! More and more creative events are becoming available in professionally-produced live-streamed venues—including a return of cabaret from the Vintage Theatre! You can also enjoy a virtual whiskey-tasting theatre experience from DCPA and a First Friday virtual celebration from The People’s Building. If you’re in the mood for an IRL activity, …

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Celebrate PI Day with Pies!

March 2, 2021

We don’t pretend to know much of anything about Pi – that mysterious mathematical constant that intrigues Mensa members and is more or less equal to 3.14159. But, we do know a thing or two about pies that you eat – and since March 14 is Pi Day, we think it’s a good time to …

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