May 9, 2024 - Things to Do

Denver weekend: Mother's Day events and Chocolate Festival

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This weekend in Denver, check out Mother's Day events around the city, the Colorado Chocolate Festival, the Indian Festival and more.

๐Ÿ’ Celebrate Mom

Mother's Day is Sunday, and there's still time to reserve special plans for the women in your life.

Catch up quick: If you need to buy a flower bouquet, try these local shops.

Here are four happenings:

๐Ÿ–ผ๏ธ Mother's Day at MCA: Enjoy buy-one-get-one margaritas at the Museum of Contemporary Art, and score 15% off shop items 10amโ€“5pm Sunday. Tickets start at $12.

๐ŸŒฑ Mother's Day Botanical Bazaar: Try a cocktail and shop locally made artisan goods 4โ€“9pm Saturday at Room for Milly inside CIRCA. Free.

๐Ÿธ Mother's Day Bubbles and Blooms Workshop: Learn how to make three craft cocktails and arrange your own flower bouquet to take home 10โ€“11:30am Sunday at Alchemy Creative Workspace on South Logan Street. Tickets are $130.

๐Ÿงฃ Celebrate Mom workshop: Design a scarf while tasting cupcakes and bubbly drinks Saturday and Sunday at The Scarf Studio on Vallejo Street. Select a time here. Tickets are $65.

More things to do in Denver this weekend

๐Ÿซ Colorado Chocolate Festival

  • Sample and shop candies, cakes, coffees, choctails (zero-proof chocolate cocktails) and more from over 80 vendors 4โ€“9pm Friday and 10amโ€“5pm Saturday at the Crowne Plaza Convention Center. Tickets at the gate will be available for $10.

๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ Indian Festival

  • Head to Civic Center Park from 11amโ€“4pm Sunday for Indian food, henna, music, a fashion show and performances. Free.

๐Ÿ›๏ธ Spring Market

  • Support local artisans and grab gifts including art, apparel, accessories and self-care items from 11amโ€“2pm Saturday at The Source. Free.

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