Denver BAZAAR brings its holiday shopping extravaganza to Zeppelin Station on Small Business Saturday + Sunday!
This outdoor market will feature 100+ carefully curated vendors and fashion trucks, a holiday-themed pop-up bar, live entertainment & more.
Begin your holiday celebrations experiencing the 33rd Annual Champagne Cascade in The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa’s picturesque atrium lobby. This iconic event features master swordsmen using Napoleonic sabers to sever the bottlenecks of Moet & Chandon Champagne. The Champagne is then poured into the uppermost glass of a two-story high, 5,000+ glass pyramid. As the Champagne is poured, it cascades into the glasses below, creating a stunning display of bubbly liquid as it is cheered on by live holiday tunes and the crowd lining all levels of the holiday adorned-atrium.
A special guest will pour the champagne along with our General Manager, Nick Moschetti.
Join Karen Kirkland , owner of Champgne & Charcuterie at Ladron Cellars, 11435 Briarwood Avenue, Unit 100 Englewood, CO 80112 for wine and a charcuterie class. In this hands- on class, your instructor will guide you through the process of creating your own customized charcuterie board.
Have you ever wondered why that big blue bear is peering through the window of the Colorado Convention Center? Maybe he’s amazed by all the art inside! Join us for a tour of some of the best works of public art in Denver, most of which were created by Colorado artists. You will have a change to see several artworks in and around the Colorado Convention Center that illuminate our state’s history as well as its natural beauty.
Tours will be led by an Arts & Venues Public Art Docent, Rosalie Martin, and will begin outside, in front of “I See What You Mean,” aka “The Big Blue Bear,” on 14th Street between Stout and California streets.
Join us for a holiday tradition! The Pumpkin Pie 5K is a flat and fast 5K and 10K held at City Park in Denver, Colorado. Start your holiday season off right with this family friendly run. All finishers will get a piece of delicious pumpkin pie, as well as top-notch chip timing, a race logo shirt, a finisher’s medal, and a finish line expo with vendors and food.
Bird Walks are offered on a monthly basis. Each season brings new species and new bird behavior. We will spend the morning looking for birds, working on identification and enjoy time outdoors with fellow bird lovers. Birders of all levels of experience are invited to join our walks including children with an interest in birds (as long as they are accompanied by an adult!).
Our November bird walk will take place at Belmar Park. We will be exploring the lake and pond habitats at this location and discovering the diversity of bird and duck species. We will discuss the relationships between native plants, birds, insects and local wildlife. We’ll be focusing on duck species and looking for Common Goldeneyes, Mergansers, Northern Shovelers, Buffleheads, Scaup, Ring-necked Ducks, Cackling Geese, and if we’re lucky, maybe a Snow or Ross’s Goose will show up!