# Things to do in denver
Denver Fashion Week 2022 - The rundown for the runway
"Denver Fashion Week is one of America’s fastest-growing fashion platforms” and it is “a trusted alternative to New York for emerging talent.” – Forbes Magazine. Denver Fashion Week (DFW) is Colorado’s largest fashion showcase featuring emerging designers, local boutiques, national brands, hairstylists, makeup artists, and models.
Three fun events in Denver this weekend
A weekend in Denver is sure to promise some fun events!. Location: Resolute Brewing Tap & Cellar 18148 West 92nd Lane #Suite 100 Arvada, CO 80007. Details: Join us for our Five Alarm 5k & Chili Cook-Off at Resolute Brewing Tap & Cellar in Arvada on Saturday, November 5th @ for a 5k-ish course that starts and ends at this awesome brewery! Weave through the surrounding area at whatever pace you like, no matter what, there’s a beer waiting for you at the finish line! We have start waves at 10:00 and 10:30am.
An Immersion Into the World-Famous 13th Floor Haunted House in Denver, Colorado
The 13th Floor Haunted House is back this year with new themes: Primal Fear, Midnight Mania and All Hallows Eve. As always, the scares come out of nowhere and when you least expect it. On site guests can also enjoy the Shriekeasy Bar, escape rooms and axe throwing.
These 3 hidden Denver speakeasies will elevate your night
Even though we're far from prohibition times, where people worked to hide their alcohol consumption, speakeasies today provide a unique and fun atmosphere worth exploring. According to history.com, "Although the exact origins of the term are unknown, it might have arisen because prospective patrons had to whisper—or “speak easy”—through a small opening in a door to enter the illegal establishments, providing the name of the person who had sent them."
A family-fun experience at Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park
Growing up visiting Elitch's Gardens was always a big summer treat. Now that my son is 5 year old, I couldn't wait for him to experience one of my favorite spots as a kid. On the way to the park, he talked endlessly about the Ferris Wheel (which was also enjoyed) but with a little nudge he bucked up for the Blazin’ Buckaroo roller coaster. The other major highlight for him: Shipwreck Falls where Everett loved both riding and standing in the soak zone for a monster wave.
(VIDEO) The Denver Trolley Is Back After 3 Years
The Denver Trolley reopened today after a 3-year hiatus. This year, they're only running from 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM on Saturdays and Sundays, but check denvertrolley.org for the latest hours. The Denver Trolley goes along the South Platte River and passes Mile High Stadium, Meow Wolf, Elitch Gardens, the Aquarium, and Children's Museum. The volunteers help make the ride fun and share some fun facts about the city and the areas you'll pass on the tour.
Colfax Marathon, Rockies vs. Royals series and more things to do in Denver this weekend
(Denver's Colfax Marathon) (DENVER, Colo.) The Mile High City is in store for a weekend of great weather and even greater events. As the sun shines down on Denver and temperatures reach the low-80s this weekend, be sure to check out some of these fun and entertaining events in and around the metro area:
Denver Restaurant Review: Welton Room
The Welton Room is one of my favorite places for date night or to go with a group of friends. It really is a great spot for so many occasions. This is one of the most unique and entertaining bars in Denver! I really appreciate their customer service and table-side cocktails that bring such a unique and interactive experience. I also really enjoyed their small but mighty menu and loved the charcuterie board and bacon wrapped dates. This is a RESERVATIONS ONLY bar and you have to text 720-447-9502 to secure a spot. You need to check this place out for yourself! Please like, share, and comment with where you'd like to see me review next! I'm also open to doing food challenges.
(VIDEO) Review of The Dr. Seuss Experience in Denver | Is It Worth the Price?
Thinking of checking out The Dr. Seuss Experience in Denver? In this video, I help you decide if this very expensive, immersive experience would be a good fit for you and your family. I'll show you The Cat in the Hat and all of the different rooms that are part of the experience, including The Lorax, Wocket in my Pocket, and more. I'll also let you know what's good about the experience and what seemed like it was missing out of this pop-up event in Centennial, next to IKEA. Because this experience is so expensive (about $120 for a family of 3), I wanted to make this video to help families decide if the one hour or so that you'll spend in the world of Seuss would be worth your money.
Celebrating Christmas: Luminova at Denver's Elitch Gardens
Come along as we check out Luminova at Denver's Elitch Gardens. Here, bigger is better with a crown jewel 65-foot-tall Christmas tree. It even dwarfs the 25-foot-tall "unmeltable" snowman and 16-foot-tall ornaments and presents surrounding it. Here you can take a stroll through the 200-foot-long Candy Cane Tunnel, visit Santa, who is on-site, and his helpers! Plus, since the event is hosted by Elitch Gardens, visitors can also enjoy their favorite rides like the Big Wheel, Dragon Wing, Blazin Buckaroo, and Meow Wolf's Kaleidoscape.