Ten Things to Do in Denver for $10 or Less (Four Free), April 22-24
There's plenty to browse at the Spring Flea this weekend.
Spring is all about new beginnings, and this weekend is full of them. Hop on board the celebrations for the new train to the airport, try a brand-new beer and watch an all-new episode of a sexually charged nerd show. If you need more options, smash that Westword calendar button.
The party's at Copper Kettle this weekend.
5 Year Anniversary
Copper Kettle Brewing
Noon Friday, free
It's always fun to kick off the weekend with some suds, especially when they're celebratory suds. For the fifth anniversary of Copper Kettle, the brewery has created an internal competition to release five new brews. In addition to trying them and then voting for the winner, you can enjoy live music from The Acoustic Mining Company and special treats from the J Street Food Truck and Smoke: Colorado Craft Barbecue. Open your wallet to buy limited-edition bottle releases and commemorative glasses as well.
Stuff on Walls
6 p.m. Friday, $5
AwareHouse is Denver's newest artist community, and it's throwing one hell of a party tonight. Fifteen artists will fill the space with work for your viewing pleasure, and there will also be beats by Tr33s and Scum Artist. Look for a handful of vendors including the Denver Fashion Truck, as well as ice-cold beer.
There's a new silver bullet in town starting this weekend.
Denver metro area
10 a.m. Saturday, free
Taking the train to the plane is now a reality in our city, and that's reason to celebrate. You can ride the train for free today to see what it's like; all the stations from Union Station to Denver International Airport will play host to a variety of events. Enjoy booze and art at the RiNo stop, worldly cuisines at the Central Park hop-out, and professional kite flyers at the Peña Boulevard hop. Check out the complete lineup here to plan your day.
10 a.m. Saturday, free
Find out what the future of America looks like at the Failure Fair scholarship competition at MCA Denver today. The twelve finalists will present their risk-taking innovations at an event that's a mashup of science fair, TED Talk and Shark Tank. At the end of the day, a lucky few will divvy up $20,000 in scholarship money, including the $10,000 grand prize.
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