Things to do in Denver this weekend | Jan. 20-23
You still have a chance to visit the city's iconic National Western Stock Show before it closes on Sunday, plus plenty of other family-friendly activities.
Here are six events to check out this weekend:
📚 Tattered Cover will host "City Silhouettes: A Local Writer and Artist Showcase" on Friday night at its Colfax store. The free event features seven artists.
📸 History Colorado on Friday will debut an exhibit from photographer Robert Weinberg, who took portraits of people in Denver from the 1980s to '90s and worked for the Intermountain Jewish News. Tickets start at $15.
🐲 The annual Colorado Chinese New Year Celebration will mark the beginning of Year of the Rabbit at George Washington High School on Saturday from 10:30am to 3:30pm. Tickets start at $25.
🤠 The Pro Rodeo finals — featuring champion bull and bronc riders — run Thursday to Sunday at the National Western Stock Show. Tickets start at $20.
🏀 The Colorado Buffaloes men's basketball team takes on the Washington State Cougars on Sunday in Boulder. Tickets start at $14.
🪘 Enjoy the sounds of the Drums of the World performance by the Colorado Symphony Percussionists on Sunday at Boettcher Concert Hall. Tickets start at $40.
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