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Holiday Spirit Week Starts in November!

Holiday Spirit Week Starts in November!

We’re anti-grinch behavior, and it seems Denver is too! Starting November 16th, Holiday Spirit Week begins. From light displays, holiday themed hang outs, and photo-ops out the wazoo, you’ll have Buddy the Elf-level-holiday-cheer in no time.

Cherry Creek North 

Cherry Creek North is hosting their Winter Wanderland once again! Starting on November 16th, there are a sleuth of events that are guaranteed to light up your spirit.

On Thursday night, you can start your evening at the Million Light Plug-In where they “plug in” their magical light display. Immediately following is the opening of the Cherry Creek Holiday Market, where local artists put their work on display. Once you’re feeling a bit chilly, head over to the Mistletoe Lounge for some warm drinks off of their holiday-themed menu!

 

Camp Christmas

Also hitting off Holiday Spirit Week, on November 16th you can immerse yourself in a 15,000 square-foot, 360-degree kaleidoscope of yuletide cheer at this year’s Camp Christmas!

This “Campsite” is certain to be Campy! From Ornament Grove to Santa’s Glampsite, this is the season’s quirkiest event. You won’t want to miss the visits with Santa AND VIP Drag Shows.

 

The Mile High Tree

The very next day, on November 17th, join Denver’s community at the Mile High Tree lighting! With a 110ft LED Tree (that’s taller than the Rockefeller tree), this lighting ceremony is sure to be happy and bright. There are free public light shows choreographed to holiday music, all month long!

Need something to do afterwards? It’s easy to get to Civic Center Park from Denver Union Station by hopping on the free MallRide. You can also stop along the way to see other sights or take a downtown holiday lights walking tour.

 

This is only the beginning, and we may be getting ahead of ourselves, but we wish you the Happiest Holiday Season!

This year, Usaj Realty is partnering with Denver Rescue Mission’s Annual Turkey Drive! As the season of giving quickly approaches, we wanted to take this opportunity to give back to our local community. If you would like to make a donation, you can do so on our Fundraiser Page. Otherwise, we hope you check out our blog post on ways you can give back this season.

Holiday Spirit Week

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