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Things To Do In Denver:

March 1-8 2019


Things To Do In Denver: March 1st-8th

Cody & Tara McCarthy

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The House Addicts team is committed to creating an unparalleled real estate experience for each and every client we serve, leaving everyone saying "WO...

Feb 27 7 minutes read

Holy cow is it March already? For us lucky Denver peeps that means we are smack in the middle of that weird "Third Winter" thing.  It's 60 degrees. It's 10 degrees. It's both in one day! 

The good news is there is no shortage of fun indoor AND outdoor events to spend your time at this weekend.  Let us know if you try one out!   

Leonardo da Vinci: 500 Years of Genius

Inventor, artist, scientist, anatomist, engineer, architect, sculptor, philosopher. Although Leonardo da Vinci died in 1519, his enduring influence comes to life in the new exhibition, Leonardo da Vinci: 500 Years of Genius. You will see why the ultimate Renaissance man remains an inspiration for the ages!

  • See nearly 70 of Leonardo’s machine inventions, built using detailed concepts from his famous codices (notebooks), including a helicopter, airplane, automobile, submarine, and military tank.
  • Explore the exclusive “The Secrets of Mona Lisa,” an analysis of the iconic painting conducted at the
    Louvre by scientific engineer and photographer Pascal Cotte.
  • Be immersed in Leonardo’s works through a multisensory cinematic experience using Grande
    Exhibitions’ SENSORY4 technology.
  • Test a Leonardo-inspired catapult, and encounter the Museum’s historical enactors, presenting
    characters who bring a personal perspective to the story of Leonardo.

WHEN: Opens March 1st, runs through August 25th 2019

WHERE: Denver Museum of Nature & Science

TICKETS: Tickets Available Through DMNS

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Rocky Mountain STEAM Fest

In the Rocky Mountains, we are celebrating all things creative, imaginative and exploratory at a festival extraordinaire…  It’s Science, Technology, Entrepreneurship (invention!), Arts and Making.  STEAM Fest is an awe-filled, jaw-dropping chance to tinker, hack, build, crumble, fly, drive, drink, DO, dabble — PLAY!)

  • You won’t want to miss the exhibitors, activities, entertainment, education and more…
    • Arts and crafts
    • Robotics and electronics
    • Building and making
    • Food and drink
    • Legos and marble tracks
    • Science in action with oozing, bubbling, electrifying stuff

WHEN: Opens March 2nd & 3rd 2019

WHERE: Boulder County Fairgrounds

TICKETS: Tickets Available Through Maker Bolder (Save money by purchasing tickets in advance!)

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Denver Restaurant Week

There are still a few more days to enjoy Denver Restaurant Week! You can dine from hundreds of participating restaurants like Acova, Bacon Social House,  Capital Grill and more! Best yet, their Denver Restaurant Week specials are a fraction of the price of their normal menu. 

Check out their full list of menus here, or visit the neighborhood map of participating restaurants if you'd like to stay close to home!

WHEN: February 22nd-March 3rd

WHERE: Throughout the Denver Metro Area

TICKETS: No tickets required, but reservations strongly recommended

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FREE First Saturday at Denver Art Museum

Every first Saturday of the month is FREE at the Denver Art Museum.  Explore the museum's galleries, including the opening day of Treasures of British Art: The Berger Collection. There is plenty for adults and kids alike, with the DAM's children's activities like A Walk in the Woods, where children can create animal art, build horse sculptures, and  compete n the bird watching challenge. 

WHEN: March 2nd, 10am-5pm

WHERE: Denver Art Museum

TICKETS: No tickets required for general admission.  For tickets to the exclusive Dior: From Paris to the World exhibit, buy online here.

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Mile High Beer Festival

The legendary, always local, always sold out Mile High Beer Festival returns in 2019!

Join us Saturday, March 2nd for the Annual Mile High Beer Festival at our new downtown venue, Number 38, as we sample the best craft beers in the great state of Colorado. With over 90 delicious beers to try - this is the one beer festival you just can't miss out on!

WHEN: March 2nd, 1pm-9pm

WHERE: Number 38, 3560 Chestnut Place, Denver

TICKETS: Purchase in advance, prices range from $39-$85

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Colorado Special Olympics

Copper is proud to be the official winter training site for all Colorado-based winter Special Olympics athletes, as well as the official host resort for the Winter Games. Come support these amazing athletes as they compete at Copper for the 31st year in events including Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing and Snowboarding.

Saturday, March 2

11am (tentative): Snowshoe and Cross Country Ski 

11:30am: Super G (Alpine & Snowboard) 

4pm: Awards

Opening Ceremonies & Victory Celebration/Dance to follow


Sunday, March 3

9:00am - 2:00pm: Slalom & Giant Slalom

9am (tentative): Cross-Country/Snowshoe Competition

Awards to follow competition

WHEN: March 2nd & 3rd

WHERE: Copper Mountain


Image Courtesy Of: Colorado Special Olympics Facebook Page

Mac 'n' Cheese & Chili Cook-Off - UPDATE: SOLD OUT

You're invited to treat your taste buds with scrumptious Mac ’n’ Cheese and Chili at the Mac 'n' Cheese & Chili Cook-Off. 

Includes: unlimited Mac 'n' cheese tastings, unlimited chili tastings, appetizers spread, craft beer, free raffle items, silent auction items, entertainment, and much more. 

Join us for an afternoon of food, free raffle, entertainment, and silent auction items of fitness packages, spa treatments, dining packages, and much more.

Trophy for the top three chef dishes!


11:00-1:00 PM
-FREE RAFFLE DRAWINGS (every 15-30 minutes)  

1:00 PM

1:30-2:00 PM

WHEN: March 3rd, 11am-2pm

WHERE: Douglas County Fairgrounds

TICKETS: Get Your Tickets Here

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