Calendar of events

Sunday, October 27

Jefferson County Humanists Monthly Meeting - Addiction in a Secular World

4:00 PM
UU Minister Rev. Ruth Rinehart will provide a historical overview of understanding addictions; the rise of the religious 12 step movement, why it doesn’t work, and a new secular 12 step movement – what works without a supernatural god. Rinehart says of herself: “I have been sober for 40 years and entered seminary in 2012 a typical 12 step theist. I graduated Iliff School of Theology as an atheist, and now identify as a "Religious Humanist”. We will serve appetizers from 4:00 to 4:30, then start the program. The program will include announcements and a Humanist Moment before the presentation begins.

Folk Music Songcircle Potluck

Folk Music Songcircle Potluck. For more information (including time and location), email folkmusic64@gmail.com. Bring your instruments, "Rise Up Singing" and "Rise Again" songbooks, and your voices. Sponsored by area residents who love folk music.

Westernaires Horsecapades -- A Wild West Show by Colorado's Most Talented Kids

Horsecapades is a professional performance of the largest precision horse drill riding group in the world -- and they're ALL kids from right here in the Denver Metro area!

Thursday, October 31

Live Jazz Every Thursday at The Golden Hotel in The Bridgewater Grill - Teresa & The Golden Boys

6:00 PM
Live Jazz at The Golden Hotel with Teresa Carroll & The Golden Boys. Thursdays from 6 - 9pm.

The BiTSY Stage presents “The Necromancer’s Stone”

When a boy’s uncle goes missing, he begs the Voodoo queen, Marie Laveau, for her help to rescue his favorite relative from the clutches of evil. Along the way he discovers the most important treasure of all, but how will he pay Madame Laveau when she comes for her reckoning?

Friday, November 1

Happiness Hour Meditation

5:45 AM
Unwind from your week with a mindfulness meditation session in the galleries of the Denver Art Museum, led by our partners from the Kadampa Meditation Center. Whether you are a first-timer to meditation or enjoy a regular practice, all are welcome to join in on this "happiness hour" of relaxation, reflection, and quiet calm. Chairs, yoga mats, and meditation cushions provided. No registration necessary, but space is limited

Scandinavian Christmas Fair

10:00 AM
Craft vendors, imports, food, butikken. Lunch 11:30-1:30 additional $3-$10. Onsite and street parking. Wheelchair accessible.

The BiTSY Stage presents “The Necromancer’s Stone”

When a boy’s uncle goes missing, he begs the Voodoo queen, Marie Laveau, for her help to rescue his favorite relative from the clutches of evil. Along the way he discovers the most important treasure of all, but how will he pay Madame Laveau when she comes for her reckoning?

Saturday, November 2

Scandinavian Christmas Fair

10:00 AM
Craft vendors, imports, food, butikken. Lunch 11:30-1:30 additional $3-$10. Onsite and street parking. Wheelchair accessible.

Organic Subtleties Closing Brunch

11:00 AM
Join Walker Fine Art for brunch and artist talks in celebration of the closing of Organic Subtleties.

The BiTSY Stage presents “The Necromancer’s Stone”

When a boy’s uncle goes missing, he begs the Voodoo queen, Marie Laveau, for her help to rescue his favorite relative from the clutches of evil. Along the way he discovers the most important treasure of all, but how will he pay Madame Laveau when she comes for her reckoning?

Tuesday, November 5

Canine Conversations: Understanding "Alpha" Dog

6:00 PM
Canine Conversations is the perfect forum for dog lovers! Jennifer Skiba of Namastay Training leads an exciting series of discussions about how to help you and your family have the best relationship with your pets. Today's theme: Understanding "Alpha" Dog - Status and Pack Dynamics in Your Pet Dog

Wednesday, November 6

More than a Headstone: The Lives and Legacies of Veterans buried at Fort Logan National Cemetery

6:00 PM
The Veterans Legacy Program (VLP) is part of the National Cemetery Administration’s educational outreach initiative. Partnering with universities, VLP seeks to memorialize our nation’s Veterans through sharing their stories of service and sacrifice.

Thursday, November 7

Live Jazz Every Thursday at The Golden Hotel in The Bridgewater Grill - Teresa & The Golden Boys

6:00 PM
Live Jazz at The Golden Hotel with Teresa Carroll & The Golden Boys. Thursdays from 6 - 9pm.

The BiTSY Stage presents “The Necromancer’s Stone”

When a boy’s uncle goes missing, he begs the Voodoo queen, Marie Laveau, for her help to rescue his favorite relative from the clutches of evil. Along the way he discovers the most important treasure of all, but how will he pay Madame Laveau when she comes for her reckoning?

Friday, November 8

Happiness Hour Meditation

5:45 AM
Unwind from your week with a mindfulness meditation session in the galleries of the Denver Art Museum, led by our partners from the Kadampa Meditation Center. Whether you are a first-timer to meditation or enjoy a regular practice, all are welcome to join in on this "happiness hour" of relaxation, reflection, and quiet calm. Chairs, yoga mats, and meditation cushions provided. No registration necessary, but space is limited

LAYERS OF EXISTENCE

10:00 AM
In this group exhibition six distinctive artists hope to celebrate and value human differences through inner awareness and outward empathy as we contemplate the complexities of identity.

The BiTSY Stage presents “The Necromancer’s Stone”

When a boy’s uncle goes missing, he begs the Voodoo queen, Marie Laveau, for her help to rescue his favorite relative from the clutches of evil. Along the way he discovers the most important treasure of all, but how will he pay Madame Laveau when she comes for her reckoning?

Saturday, November 9

LAYERS OF EXISTENCE

10:00 AM
In this group exhibition six distinctive artists hope to celebrate and value human differences through inner awareness and outward empathy as we contemplate the complexities of identity.

The BiTSY Stage presents “The Necromancer’s Stone”

When a boy’s uncle goes missing, he begs the Voodoo queen, Marie Laveau, for her help to rescue his favorite relative from the clutches of evil. Along the way he discovers the most important treasure of all, but how will he pay Madame Laveau when she comes for her reckoning?
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