METRO DENVER IN EVERY SEASON
Denver March Powwow
Denver Coliseum • 303-934-8045 • www.denvermarchpowwow.org
A weekend celebration of Native American customs through dances, contests, arts and
crafts, demonstrations and drum groups.
Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade
27th and Blake streets • 303-368-9861 • www.saintpatricksdayparade.com/denver.htm
Only New York City rivals Denver for the largest St. Patrick’s Day parade. Denver’s parade
features colorful floats, marching bands and dancers.
Spring Home & Patio Show
National Western Complex • 303-892-6800 • www.bigasalloutdoors.com/ps
This show exhibits the latest in home and garden products and offers how-to sessions.
Doors Open Denver
This free weekend event invites citizens to experience Denver’s built environment in a new
way – from the inside. Tour Denver’s architectural gems and lesser-known treasures on your
own or participate in expert tours led by members of the architectural community.
Easter Sunrise Service
Red Rocks Amphitheatre • 303-825-4910 • www.redrocksonline.com
As dawn breaks, a non-denominational sunrise service is held in spectacular natural surroundings.
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Boulder • 303-444-7223 • www.bolderboulder.com
Usually held on Memorial Day, this 10K race garners international attention and participation.
Cinco de Mayo Festival
Civic Center Park • 303-534-8342 • www.newsed.org/cinco.htm
One of the largest cultural events in Colorado, Cinco de Mayo features live entertainment,
art displays, food and drink, and many children’s activities—all with a Mexican flare.
Denver Botanic Gardens Plant Sale
Denver Botanic Gardens • 720-865-3500 • www.botanicgardens.org
More than 85,000 plants specific to Colorado gardening are for sale with proceeds
benefiting the Denver Botanic Gardens.
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Denver Public Schools Shakespeare Festival
Indian Market and Powwow
The Fort Restaurant • 19192 Highway 8, Morrison • 303-839-1671 • www.tesorofoundation.org
Enjoy a weekend of traditional Native American tribal dance competitions, demonstrations and
art. Art experts will judge the submissions of the country’s premier Native American artists.