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Concert on the Green
Saturday, June 22, 6 to 8 p.m. Founders Green Park
The sounds of soul and Motown will wash over Founders Green Park in the latest installment of the Concert on the Green series with Soul School Band, a Denver-based group that travels around the state, offering an eclectic and ever-changing set list. Food trucks will be on hand if you want to eat your dinner on the grass.
Ratio Beer Works recently joined the Denver Zine Scene.
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Doodle Fights: Denver Zine Fest Edition Saturday, June 22, 8 to 10 p.m. Ratio Beer Works Free
As a part of Denver Zine Fest, local cartoonists will go head to head in a battle to determine the best Denver doodler. While the competitors frantically draw masterpieces in response to audience suggestions, local comics creators will offer live readings of their work. Finally, the audience will determine the winner. Visit the Denver Zine Fest page for a full schedule of events.
Yoga Rocks the Park
Sunday, June 23, 8 to 11:30 a.m. Sunken Gardens Park
Free for adult, $10 kids Yogi Life Nutrition is sponsoring this weekend's edition of Yoga Rocks the Park, a free morning of grounding and recharging events. Check-in will begin at 8 a.m., followed by a guided meditation class at 8:30. An all-levels ninety-minute yoga class with a live DJ begins at 9. After you've satisfied your soul, you can fill your belly with food and drinks while browsing booths set up by local vendors. Kids can attend camp YRP during the adult yoga class from 9 to 10:30 a.m., then rejoin their parents for the post-exercise activities. Fair warning: Kids are charged admission at the gate.
Corgis and Friends Take Over Denver
Sunday, June 23, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Great Lawn Park
$6 Support your four-legged friends! Though the walk showcases the corgi breed, all dogs and dog owners are welcome. A costume contest (for the dogs, not humans) will follow the walk, and vendors, a food truck, and a T-shirt and toy-making station will complete the event. Proceeds from all tickets sold go to Low Riders of the West, a nonprofit organization that look for homes for small dogs.
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