Stop by every Saturday in July for a FREE outdoor yoga session sponsored by The Oxford Club, Spa & Salon. Enjoy a $5 mimosa after your workout at Terminal B, Union Station’s newest bar kiosk. Just bring your yoga mat and they’ll serve up the rest! This event is free to the public. #YogaonthePlaza
Don’t miss the Union Station Buskerfest in Denver, June 23 from 5 to 8 pm and June 24 from 10am to 8pm. This extravaganza features international and local performers and artists, bringing live street entertainment, art, and film to the Mile High City.
Appropiate for all ages, Union Station’s Buskerfest brings the living tradition of busking and street theatre to Denver, and will thrill audiences with musicians, face painters, hula-hoopers, jugglers, and more.
This event is free and open to the public. Proceeds from select Union Station vendors will benefit Arts Street, an organization that encourages underserved youth to channel their artistic talents into positive activity.
Conceived by Dana Crawford, award-winning preservationist, Denver’s second annual Union Station Buskerfest will invigorate the Union Station public plaza (on the 105th Meridian) including the interactive fountain and surrounding restaurants and businesses.
Join MSU-Denver history professor Kevin Rucker on a stroll through Historic Larimer Square & LoDo District from 3pm to 6pm on Saturdays. The tour route will begin at Market Deli and end at Union Station. Attendees will be regaled with tales of early Denver’s movers and shakers, conmen and scoundrels, brothels and opium dens, plus ghost stories. Complementary appetizers served en route with opportunities to purchase cocktails. Tours are $20 a person, $15 for those with college student or military IDs, ages 13 – 17, and seniors 62+; children 12 and under are free. Walk-ins welcome. For reservations call 720-690-7432 or email email@example.com. Private weekday tours available for groups 6+.
This two day festival is Denver’s premier urban RiverFest. Activities will include stand up paddle board demos, a variety of riverside recreational activities, a kids zone, live music, beer, food vendors, water sport vendors, and more!
The Coors Light South Platte RiverFest benefits The Greenway Foundation. For over the past 40 years, The Greenway Foundation has worked to reclaim, restore, and revitalize the South Platte River and its tributaries in Denver. These efforts have led to the construction of over 100 acres of riverside parks, over 100 miles of interconnected greenway trails, and the elimination of over 250 sources of direct pollution into our urban waterways.
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Join LoDo Cares as they work to keep the LoDo neighborhood a wonderful place to live, work, and play, by volunteering your time to help clean up the walking and bike paths along Cherry Creek.
Gloves, tools, and clean-up material are provided. We normally work for two hours, but feel free to help even if it is just for a brief time. Please register so we can plan to have enough suuplies for all our volunteers.
Those volunteering will have to complete a release and waiver of liability before participating. There will be extra copies available at the clean up site, or fill in and sign the form beforehand (preferred). You can find the waiver here.
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Coohills continues its commitment to sharing live local music and giving back to the community when the popular Beats on the Creek summer concert series kicks off on June 20, as local favorite Hazel Miller Band once again takes the stage. In addition, silent auctions and a portion of the proceeds from each evening’s food and beverage sales go to Conservation Colorado, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting Colorado’s environment and quality of life.
The full lineup for the 2017 Beats on the Creek is as follows:
June 20: Hazel Miller Band (R&B)
June 27: Last Men on Earth (faves from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s)
July 11: The Coteries (folk rock)
July 18: The Moderators (classic rock)
July 25: Mr. Majestyk’s 8-Track Revival (all ’70s, all the time)
Aug. 1: Under a Blood Red Sky (U2 tribute band)
Aug. 16: Loving the Alien: A Tribute to Bowie (Bowie fans rejoice)
Three Things, Any Three Things, is an experiment in performance, lecture, and music. They’ll bring you three experiences. They’ll smash them together. They’ll make no connections. Let’s see what happens.
Boy Movies, an Experimental Film, and a Strange Wooden Instrument
Star Wars, Electronic Guitar Loops, and a Big Pom Pom
Coffee, Beer, and Ice Cream
White House Chefs, Robots, and Something Surreal