Things to Do
Here is a list of events happening around the area this weekend:
I want to tell you about the coolest thing I've done so far this year.
Details: The Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster, about 20 minutes north of Denver, offers "Rainforest Yoga" classes most Saturday mornings. You're surrounded by exotic plants and beautiful butterflies.
- The Wings of the Tropics conservatory houses roughly 1,800 butterflies representing 80 different species, spokesperson Jennifer Quermann tells Axios Denver.
Driving the news: Menus are now live for the culinary celebration, which runs March 3-12 and features roughly 180 restaurants.
- Each eatery has created a special, multi-course meal with price tags ranging from $25-$45.
February is stout month — a celebration of the inkiest, richest beers that fit like a sweater for the colder weather.
Be smart: Not all stouts are the same. In fact, you can find at least a dozen variations in Colorado from the dry Irish stouts popular on St. Patrick's Day to the newfangled syrupy pastry brews. Often the styles will blend together, too.
Here's a guide on what to look for:
The first weekend of February is filled with fun events across the Mile High City.
Here are nine happenings you won't want to miss:
Valentine's Day is just two weeks away. Yeah, it snuck up on us too. 😬
What's happening: If you want to kindle the romance without burning dinner, we rounded up 14 Denver restaurants (see what we did there?) featuring special offerings to celebrate with your sweetheart.
- Pro tip: Make your reservations ASAP.
The cultural cornucopia that is Aurora makes the city a great place for dining, drinking and socializing.
Where to go: Here are our favorite places to visit.
Colorado's greatest sports rivalry hits the ice Friday.
What to know: The University of Denver men's hockey plays rival Colorado College in the first game of the Gold Pan series Friday at Ball Arena.
- This is the first regular season game the teams have played at the NHL rink, though they played at Coors Field in 2016.
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