10 enjoyable issues to do in Denver this weekend (November 13-15)

Denver Restaurant Week Fall 2020 (Image by 272447 from Pixabay)

A little music, a little space, and lots of good food – this weekend in Denver!

This weekend marks the start of the fall version of Denver Restaurant Week, when restaurants across the city offer specialty dishes. A host of other fun activities await, from wreath building in Hudson Gardens to a Christmas gift show in Colorado Springs to a little space education with a redesigned Space Odyssey exhibit at the Museum of Nature and Science and a story of the Leonid meteor shower at the History Colorado Center .

* Please note that certain COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions may apply to in-person events. Please refer to the individual event website for more information before attending. *

Denver Events on Friday November 13th

Denver Restaurant Week Fall 2020

When: November 13-22
Where: Restaurants all over Denver
Costs: $ 25, $ 35, $ ​​45 per person

Denver Restaurant Week is a 10-day celebration of the local dining scene with hundreds of top restaurants offering multi-course meals at three delicious prices.

Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival

When: November 13-21
Where: On-line
Costs: $ 10- $ 133

The longest running women’s film festival in North America honors films and filmmakers who present the world as women experience it.

Space odyssey reinvented

When: November 13th
Where: Denver Museum of Nature and Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver
Costs: $ 14.95 – $ 19.95

Future astronauts and curious people will find a place where they can find answers to questions that are out of this world: “How do we know how many stars are in our galaxy if we cannot see them all?” How do you brake in space? ” And: “How do we know what the other side of the moon looks like if it is never facing the earth?”

Things to do in Denver this weekend
Michael Martin Murphey. Courtesy of the Lone Tree Arts Center.

An evening with Michael Martin Murphey

When: November 13-14
Where: Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St., lone tree
Price: Varies

Original Cosmic Cowboy and Americana pioneer Michael Martin Murphey returns to the Arts Center for an intimate solo performance.

Denver Events on Saturday November 14th

Lost City Live – Jordan Brandenburg and Sarah Johnson

When: 14th November
Where: Lost City RiNo Patio, 3459 Ringsby Ct., Denver
Costs: $ 25 to $ 200

Enjoy music from Jordan Brandenburg, the mandolin and singer of the famous bluegrass band Turkeyfoot, who will play a set with Sarah Johnson.

Grandparents Are Great Series of Programs: Feeling Grateful

When: 14th November
Where: Virtual
Costs: Free

Inspired by the artworks in The Late Works: Clyfford Still in Maryland, this program offers grandparents and grandchildren the opportunity to connect with one another, talk about art, make it, and create memories.

Sam Adams

When: 14th November
Where: Comedy Works South at Landmark, 5345 Landmark Pl., Greenwood Village
Costs: $ 22

Sam’s energetic, comically revealing act is 100 percent profanity-free and full of observations about his daily encounters.

Denver Events on Sunday November 15th

Courtesy of the Colorado Country Christmas Gift Show

Colorado Country Christmas Gift Show

When: N / A
Where: On-line
Costs: $ 10

Even if this year’s event has been postponed to 2021, you can still shop online from 2020 vendors.

Family make and take: harvest wreaths

When: November 14th to 15th
Where: Denver Botanic Gardens
Costs: $ 12- $ 15

Embrace the changing seasons and create a seasonal wreath with autumn colors, seed pods and fake foliage.

The night the stars fell

When: 15th of November
Where: History Colorado Center, 1200 North Broadway, Denver
Costs: Free

Describe and celebrate with Mrs. Bethany Williams and Dr. Steve Lee the Leonid meteor shower from a scientific and cultural point of view.

What are you doing in Denver this weekend? Are there any fun things we missed on our list? Mute the sound in the comments below.

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