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Things you can do in Denver this weekend

Akhil A Pillai
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There are several events to attend this weekend if you’re an extrovert who loves exploring and having fun. From celebrating with friends and family to relieving stress with yoga, Denver has everything you would need this weekend.

Here are some of the events conducted in Denver this weekend.

The Year of the Rabbit

Join the celebration of the Year of Rabbit on Sunday at the Far East Center’s Lunar New Year Pop-Up between 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. While you’re there, enjoy the lion dances, performances, food, and shopping without any entry fee!

Bison Days

In the mood for some country music? Catch Number Thirty Eight’s Bison Days country concert from Friday to Sunday for just $10. The shows will include Cody Cozz on Friday, Double Wide on Saturday, and Kayla Ruby and Joe Nicholas on Sunday. Since this will be their final show, don’t miss them!

Roller Skating Party

Looking for an early weekend escape? You get skating, karaoke, dancing, and beverage - all in one place. Roller Rane is conducting a Black light neon roller skate party! Join the party at Tracks Denver & Reelworks Denver wearing neon outfits, from warmers to lipsticks, and stand out in the crowd at 7 P.M. for only $10.

Local Lift-Off Vendor Fest

Shop to your hearts’ fullest this weekend at the local market. Denver has a Local Lift-Off Vendor Fest this weekend featuring over 40 local vendors selling eats, drinks, and wares.

Yoga with Puppies

Yoga can help relieve stress. How will that change if you’re joined by adorable puppies? Sessions will become even more stress-free. Rescue Puppy Yoga is a 45-minute yoga session at Golden Mill available for just $30. You can spend 15 minutes cuddling puppies who need a home, and if all goes well, you might even go home with one.

Molotov Kitschen and Cocktails

Want to treat your tummy with some authentic Eastern European dishes? Try out chef Bo Porytko’s latest venture, “Molotov Kitchen and Cocktails” where you’ll find everything from duck dumplings to Ukrainian meat on a stick.

Stand-up Comedy Show

If you’re not a fan of yogas or puppies, you could always relax and also laugh, by showing up at Denver Comedy Lounge on Saturday between 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. Attend the best stand-up comedy shows featuring top local and national comedians. The entry fee is only $15!

Disclaimer: This article is for educational and informational purposes only.

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