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What to Do Leap Year Day 2020 in Denver

What to Do in Denver on Leap Year Day 2020

It’s not every day that you get to make plans for February 29th. Stumped on how to spend it? Here are some places in Denver hosting celebratory events.

What to Do in Denver on Leap Year Day with Fellow Adults

Leap Year Decades Party, Improper City

Dance through the decades with 70s music at 7, 80s music at 8, 90s music at 9, etc. There will also be a themed menu bringing back all the trendy food and drink from the past 50 years. Think “Carrie Bradshaw Cosmos.”

Leap Year Silent Disco, Spaces Ballpark

Another opportunity to dance through the decades with proceeds benefitting Project Angel Heart. Beer, wine, signature cocktails and snacks included.

Quadrennial Dinner, Create Cooking School

On this special night the Creative Cooking School chefs will be serving up sumptuous eats paired with wine.

One Giant Leap Year Comedy Show, Woods Boss Brewing Company

Craft beer and a free show featuring comedian Anthony Kupfer who has been featured on “Laughs on FOX,” “Comedy Time TV on HULU” and Sirius XM Radio.

Leap for Hope, RiNo*

There will be a DJ spinning tunes, cocktails, food trucks, live muralists & graffiti artist demo, games, interactive photo/selfie rooms and more –...

What to Do in North Denver with Kids - February 22-28


Stacy Neir’s Guide to What to Do in North Denver with Kids

Here's our guide for what to do in north Denver with your family: February 22-28


Saturday, February 22:

Anna and Elsa at Bookies, 1-2 p.m.

Family Fest, National Western Complex, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Rainbow Cake, My Make Studio, 6-8 p.m.

Mardi Gras Petite Parade, Dairy Block, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Bumblebee Jam, Denver Botanic Gardens, 10:30 a.m.

Colorado Ballet Sensory-Friendly Performance, Denver Ballet Education Center, 5 p.m.

Recurring Family Events on Saturdays

Wake + Make Family Open Studio, Craftsman and Apprentice, 10 a.m.

Little University: Movement Time with Colorado Ballet, Schlessman Branch Library (Lowry), 10:30-11 a.m., ages birth-5 years 

Children’s Yoga, Dahlia Campus, 10 a.m....

What to Do in North Denver with Kids - February 15-21

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Stacy Neir’s Guide to What to Do in North Denver with Kids

Need something to do with kiddos? Here's a day by day guide for February 15-21...

 Saturday, February 15:

Little University “Cooking Class,” Denver Public Library’s Schlessman Branch (Lowry), 10:30-11 a.m., ages birth-5 years 

Free Day, Molly Brown Museum

Kids Club “Love,” Whimsy Paint and Sip Northfield, 10:30 a.m., ages 7-15

Free Day, Clyfford Still Museum

Family Swing Dance Class, DPL-Park Hill Branch, 2 p.m. 

Wake + Make...

Love is in the Denver Air for Valentine's Day

Valentine's Blog

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Love is in the air so as Marvin Gaye would say, “Let’s Get it On.” Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year meaning it’s the perfect opportunity to get out on the town with your significant other, friends, family or your fabulous self! The Neir Team has comprised all of their favorite activities to do in Denver to celebrate the day of love. Enjoy! 

Valentines Blog

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Do you like to go two-steppin’ with your honey? If so, there are two country music favorites playing in Denver on Valentine’s Day. You can catch Eli Young Band at the Fillmore Auditorium or Randy Houser at the Denver classic, Grizzly Rose. If your style is a bit more alternative-funk-rock fusion, then check out Oysterhead at the 1STBANK Center. And lastly, if you’re really into electronic dance music or looking to dive straight into it, then get your tickets for Black Tiger Sex Machine at Mission Ballroom. We are certain all performances will be a great time!

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Unique Things to Do on Valentine’s Day 2020 in Denver No Matter Your Relationship Status

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Unique Things to Do on Valentine’s Day 2020 in Denver

Single or happily matched with your “Plus 1,” there’s plenty to do in Denver this Valentine’s Day. 
For Valentine’s Day in Denver for Couples, we looked beyond dinner and found some fun food/drink pairings, ways to get crafty and how to hear the sounds of love. We must admit though, Denver singles definitely have some fun and unique ways to spend Valentine’s Day 2020. We may just be a tiny bit envious…

Valentine’s Day for Denver Couples 2020

  • Forget sake. Go for beer and sushi, with sushi from “The Captain and Sushi” food truck. Guessing that means there will be tacos if you and your love prefer that to sushi? Hosted by RiNo North Brewery, check Sushi and Beer for more details. 
  • After beer and sushi, it’s time for beer and desert. Join Baere Brewing and Buttercream Bakeshop in the taproom for another heart melting cupcake and beer pairing! We'll be pairing four of our wide assortment of beers with four of their...