Neighborhoods including RiNo, Tennyson, South Pearl and Santa Fe host Art Walks on First Friday. They are not to be missed! See a complete list of neighborhoods here.
Located at Civic Center Park from Sept 2-5. In addition to five free music stages,food vendors, Colorado artisans and marketplace, enjoy made-in-Colorado beers and cocktails from local distilleries. Be sure to check out the Colorado Craft Beer Garden.
This fall festival gives everyone the opportunity to not only explore Miller Farm, but to also harvest their own vegetables! During the fall harvest, everyone takes a tractor ride to our fields with stops along the way to pick their own vegetables. They’ll get the fun and educational experience of putting their hands in the dirt, and the rewarding benefit of picking fresh produce to take home to their families. Head to 13912 CR 19 Platteville, CO 80651 to harvest vegetables, find your way through a cornmaze, hayrides, tractor rides, pick pumpkins, petting zoo and more!
Beaver Creek’s 17th annual Oktoberfest returns with live music, unbeatable beer and wunderbar wurst! Enjoy complimentary live entertainment in Beaver Creek Plaza all weekend and it’s the perfect time to be outdoors and hike, bike, play a round of golf and celebrate Oktoberfest in Beaver Creek.
New to the Denver Food + Wine Festival for 2016, Dinner Under the Stars will celebrate the best of what Colorado’s culinary scene has to offer. Each course of the curated, six-course prix-fixe meal will be designed by a different acclaimed chef, and served in a beautiful outdoor setting, underneath Denver’s starry skies.
Party at the largest Oktoberfest street party in the Rocky Mountains. Highlights include: New 2016 collectible beer stein; more than three-dozen genuine German cuisine and brew vendors; German themed games including Hammerschlagan; Bavarian lederhosen, Oompah and polka dancing; A peak foliage weekend packed full of sunshine and fun for all ages.
Head to Ska Brewery – 225 Girard St., Durango for their anniversary party. Admission is free!
This day-long festival is free, but the proceeds from beer sales go to local non-profits. Since its inception, Tour de Fat has raised more than $4 million, and raised $600,000 dollars last year alone. The events kick off with a costumed bicycle parade that winds through city streets, ending in a city park. That’s when eclectic entertainment takes over from musical acts to yo-yo performers, bike contests and even vaudeville acts. This year will also include some brewing education and feature a “Bicycle Revival” to inspire festival-goers to believe in the power of two-wheeled transportation.
Women Build Week is a unique opportunity to engage civic minded women with Habitat for Humanity’s mission. The event provides participants with the opportunity to support
Habitat for Humanity while also networking and building new relationships. It is a five day event and participants can volunteer for one day or multiple days.
Each build day will include a continental breakfast and catered lunch. Each participant is asked to support the project financially as well as through volunter labor. Participants volunteering are asked to rasie a minimum of $250 per volunteer day.
Pre-order your custom Locavore Maß in the tap room by the 10th of September for $20 (first fill included). Extras will be available for purchase on the day of for $25 (first fill included). Keep that Maß with you throughout the year and become part of the Locavore “Litre Club” where you can get an $8 fill on select styles of beer every Monday.
Located at 24th and Benton, the festival hours are Saturday, September 17th, from 10AM to 9PM and Sunday, September 18th, from 11AM to 5PM. Admission is $5.00. Admission for children 12 and under is free. Visit the website at: www.celticharvestfestivaledgewater.com for more information.
The festival was quoted in Maxim Magazine and USA Today as “The Best Oktoberfest” in the United States and “One of the country’s biggest and longest running traditions”. It’s also one of the largest beer festivals in the United States based on consumption because Denver drinks beer really well. Oktoberfest Denver is located between 20th St and 22nd St on Larimer St in the Ballpark Neighborhood of downtown Denver.
Arrive at the S.W. Corner of 75th St. and Arapahoe Rd. Boulder, CO starting September 24 to pick a perfect pumpkin, and enjoy the straw-bale and corn mazes, wagon rides, and decorate gourds.
Corn Maze & Pumpkin Festival at Chatfield Farms | Open various dates starting September 16 through October 30
Located at 8500 W Deer Creek Canyon Road in Littleton, CO 80128 to experience an 8–acre Corn Maze, hayrides, barrell train rides, pony rides food vendors, and more! The pumpkin patch is only the weekend of Oct. 7-9, Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. (last ticket sold at 7 p.m.) andSunday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. (last ticket sold at 5 p.m.)
The Fritzler Corn Maze can be found at 20861 Co Rd 33, La Salle, CO 80645, just seven miles south of Greeley, Colorado on Highway 85. It is Colorado’s original and premier corn maze offering bushels of farmtastic fun! At this event you will find mini-rollercoaster ride, pillow jump, duck races, pumpkin canons, go-carts and a haunted maze at night. Haunted attractions, the haunted corn maze, and Scream Acres will open shortly after dark on September 23rd. The haunted corn maze and haunted attractions will run Friday and Saturday nights. After October 12th, they will run Wednesday through Saturday nights.
Each quarter Usaj Realty hosts an event benefitting Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. This year the new Blue Moon Brewing Company in the RiNo neighborhood will be our gracious host for a night of brews and awesome company! Suggested $25 donation. Have a free beer on us with your donation! Contact email@example.com or call us at 720-398-2999 with any questions.
Enjoy post-Rockies game fireworks after they play the Milwaukee Brewers. The game starts at 6:10 PM. And be sure to go to a game before they end, the last home game is on October 2.