D Note celebrates ten years of bringing music to Olde Town Arvada on Valentine's weekend

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Hard to believe it's already been this long, but a decade ago this month, the D Note opened in Olde Town Arvada. To commemorate this momentous occasion, the venue will host a weekend long celebration featuring Laughing Hands, Opera on Tap, Cabaret Otaku and Lionel Young on Friday, February 15. The following evening, Saturday, February 16, Slo Children, an outfit featuring owners Adam and Jeremy DeGraff, is set to work through a batch of tunes with Micah Lundy of Zebra Junction, Allen Galton of Wonderlic and Melissa Ivey, followed by performances by Stonebraker and the almighty Oakhurst.

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