Stompin' Ground Games: Five Points-Whittier Project VOYCE
4:30 p.m. Saturday, donations
Thanks to the Warm Cookies folks, we've been making our way around town, learning about different neighborhoods. Now it's time to discover Five Points and Whittier. The Stompin' Grounds Games will include scavenger hunts, walking tours with local notables and good historic conversation.
Hot August Night Swing Dance Class Union Station
5:30 p.m. Saturday, free
Brighten up your summer by learning some new steps. Community Minded Dance and the Colorado Swing Dance Club host live jazz bands and swing instructors out on the Union Station plaza every Saturday for the rest of the month. Bellwether One-Year Anniversary Party Bellwether
7 p.m. Saturday, free
Denver should celebrate the mere existence of shops like Bellwether — and the fact that the coffee/whiskey/retail shop has made it through a year is a real reason to party. At this bash, Bellwether will feature live art, a sale on its retail items, serious drink specials, a photo booth and many more surprises. There's definitely fun in store! Cannazaar Fashion-Fusion Cluster Studios
Noon Sunday, free
Swing by Cluster Studios for this cannabis product and apparel runway party, with local designs from Crystal Lee and M. Cover and music from Mental69 of the Fantastic Host and Collin McKenna. There will also be vapes, vendors, food and beverages in an only-in-Colorado combo. Check it out!
Binge Watch Live Mutiny Information Cafe
7 p.m. Sunday, free
Turn off the tube and get out of the house one last time before the work week starts. You'll be rewarded by one of the best improv nights in town featuring such troupes as the Plain White She's, Fight Night, Pain and The Jester's Court.
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