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NORTHEAST DENVER/AURORA EVENTS
To 10/9—Stapleton Food Drive. Presented by New Perspective Real Estate. To volunteer/donate, www.StapletonFoodDrive.com
To 10/9—Denver International Airport Sustainable BARKitecture Dog House Competition. 15 environmentally friendly, creative dog houses built by local design/architecture firms. Plaza between Westin DIA and Jeppesen Terminal. Vote until 10/5; bid to buy till 10/9: www.flydenver,com/bark. Proceeds support Dumb Friends League.
To 10/15—Pumpkin Patch and Final Farmers Market. Farmers Markets, The Green at Roslyn St. Sundays. 8:30am–12:30pm. Final market 10/15 includes annual Pumpkin Patch. For every $5 spent at vendors booths, get coupon for free pumpkin,. Quantities limited. http://Stapletoncommunity.com
To 10/31—Free Flu Shots in October. Rose Stapleton ER, 4930 Wabash St. Mon/Wed/Fri 7:30-12:30pm, Sat 10/28, 8am-5pm. 303.577.1500, www.RosestapletoER.com.
To 11/15—DAVA Innovation in Art. By DAVA (Downtown Aurora Visual Arts) youth solving problems, inventing new devices. Free. 1405 Florence St. www.davarts.org, firstname.lastname@example.org
10/6 to 10/27—Hitchcock Film Festival. October Fridays. Iconic Hitchcock films at The Cube, 8371 Northfield Blvd. Indie Prof Piturro leads discussions before films. 6pm; free, open to public. Beer, wine, soda, popcorn available. 10/6: Rear Window. 10/13: Vertigo. 10/20: The Birds. 10/27: Psycho.
10/7 Saturday—CorePower Yoga Fundraising Event for Sexual Assault Prevention. All-levels yoga class, live music on The Green at Roslyn St., 5:30pm. Proceeds support The Blue Bench (formerly RAAP), Denver’s only comprehensive sexual assault prevention and support center. Core Power: 303.377.7444. Suggested donation $30.
10/7 Saturday—Free Compost Workshop with Denver Urban Gardens Master Composters. FREE demonstration/talk on composting 9-10:30am. GPHC, 2823 Fairfax St. http://greaterparkhill.org/events
10/10 Tuesday—Swing Night at Stanley Marketplace. West Patio. Free swing dance lessons, live music, family/kid/dog-friendly event. 6-9pm. www.stanleymarketplace.com
10/11 Wednesday—Wine Education Series at The Cube. 7pm. MCA’s sit-down tasting of regional wines with wine educator discussion. $10: http://stapletoncommunity.com
10/11 Wednesday—Second Star to the Right and the Denver Public Library Presents Author Dan Santat, After the Fall. Festivities 3:30pm, presentation 4:30, Sam Gary Library, 2961 Roslyn St. Tickets: secondstartotherightbooks.com or 303.455.1527.
10/11 to 10/31—DCPA Presents The Wild Party at Stanley Marketplace. Interactive musical for guests 21+. Tickets $45-$65, 1920s attire encouraged. www.wildpartydenver.com
10/13 Friday—Northfield Stapleton Candy Crawl. Halloween fun, 6pm, Northfield Stapleton. Entertainment, candy, contests, hayrides, crafts. NorthfieldStapleton.com.
10/14 to 10/15—Art Garage Open Studio Tour. 14 local artists open studios and exhibit artworks. 10am-5pm. Free map at The Art Garage, 6100 E. 23rd Ave. Refreshments. 303.377.5413 or www.artgaragedenver.com
10/15 Sunday—Ekar Farm’s Annual Farm-to-Fork Dinner. Support bountiful growing/giving season at vegetarian, multi-course meal prepared by SAME Café (2023 E. Colfax Ave.) for 2 community-style seatings: 5pm and 7:30pm. Proceeds of $36/person benefit Ekar’s operations and other nonprofits. Register: ekarfarm.org. http://ekarfarm.org
10/19 Thursday—Concert at The Cube. Dotsero. The Cube, 8371 Northfield Blvd. Free, open to public. TIME?
10/21 Saturday—Family-Fun Open House at New Stapleton CareNow Urgent Care. Free bagels, coffee, food trucks, games, kids’ activities. Meet care team; free blood pressure checks. 9am-12:30pm. 3001 N. Havana St. by new King Soopers. 303.584.8133, http://carenow.com/denver
10/21 Saturday—Saturday Night Live…For Kids Only! 6-9pm. Stapleton MCA and Central Park Rec Center host fun night for kids 7-12. Central Park Rec Center. Register child on activenet account or MCA office. http://Stapletoncommunity.com
10/28 Saturday—Boo on the Bluff- Trick or Treat Trail at Bluff Lake Nature Center. 10am-1pm. Learn about nature while enjoying treats/crafts. Costume contest. $5/person, 3 and under free. www.blufflake.org.
10/28 Saturday—Lowry Halloween Festival and School Expo. 3-6 pm. Trick or treat, mini train rides, kids’ activities; School Expo with Lowry area schools. www.lowrydenver.com
10/29 Sunday—2017 Fall Masterworks “Heavenly Life” – Aurora Symphony Orchestra. 40th ASO anniversary with Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 in G Major. www.aurorasymphony.org, http://2017fallmasterworks.brownpapertickets.com
10/29 Sunday—Hauntings at the Hangar. Halloween festivities at Wings Over the Rockies Museum. 12-4pm. Free with museum admission. www.wingsmuseum.org
10/29 Sunday—Free Morrison Nature Center Trick or Treat Trail. Star K Ranch. Booths, scavenger hunt. 1-4pm. 16002 E. Smith Rd. www.auroragov.org/nature
11/3 Friday—Full Moon Hike. Morrison Nature Center, Star K Ranch. 5:45-6:45pm. www.auroragov.org/nature
CIVIC MEETINGS AND EVENTS
10/10 to 10/12—School Board Candidate Forums. Presented by Denver Decides; sponsored by League of Women Voters and Denver Inc. 10/10 Districts 2(SW) and 4 (NE), 10/12 District 3 (Central) and At Large. www.denverdecides.org
10/12 to 10/14—City Park Golf Course Redesign Meetings. City Park Golf Course clubhouse, 2 identical meetings to share plans for City Park Golf Course redesign. 10/12 5:30-7:30pm and 10/14 9:30-11:30am. 2500 York St.
10/16 Monday—School Board Elections- Who Is Funding Those Campaigns? League of Women Voters of Denver. 5:30pm. Montview Presbyterian Church, 1980 Dahlia St. www.lwvdenver.org
To 10/29—Botanic Gardens Corn Maze. Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield, 8500 W. Deer Creek Canyon Rd. www.botanicgardens.org
To 10/31—Fritzler Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch. 7 miles south of Greeley on U.S. 85. www.fritzlermaze.com
To 10/31—Anderson Farms Fall Festival. Corn maze, pumpkin patch, hayrides, barrel train, etc. 6728 County Road 3 1/4 Erie. www.andersonfarms.com
To 10/31—Cottonwood Farms Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival. Farm animals, straw bale maze, 1½-acre corn maze, wagon rides. Daily 10am -6pm. 75th and Arapahoe, Boulder. www.cottonwoodfarms.com
To 10/31—Haunted Field of Screams. Denver’s largest haunted attraction summons Haunted Field of Screams, Dead Man’s Night Maze and Zombie Paintball Massacre. Dates and times: http://hauntedfieldofscreams.com/
To 10/29—Harvest Fall Festival and Corn Maize. Wellington, Colo. 10-acre corn maize, pig races, corn cannons, petting zoo. Tickets: www.harvestfarm.net
To 10/31—Maize in the City. Fun rural free fall attractions 15 minutes from Denver. 20-acre Crazed Corn Field Maze, mini maze, petting zoo, pony rides. 10am-6pm. maizeinthecity.com
To 10/31—Nick’s Fall Festival. Daily family fun activities. Great Pumpkin weigh-off 10/7. Nick’s Garden Center, 2001 S. Chambers Rd, Aurora. 303.696.6657, www.nicksgardencenter.com
To 10/31—Rock Creek Farms Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze. U Pick-em pumpkin patch, straw bale maze, corn maze with 5 miles of paths, farm animals. 2005 S. 112th St., Broomfield. www.rockcreekfarm.com
To 10/31—Mazzotti Farms Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch. Oct. weekends. 10am-5pm. Petting zoo, corn maze, working farm, pumpkin patch; 1 pumpkin per $10 admission. 303.536.4089. 24120 Weld County Road 8, Hudson. www.mazzottifarms.com
To 11/11—13th Floor Haunted House. www.13thfloorhauntedhouse.com
To 11/12—Miller Farms Fall Harvest Festival. Corn maze, petting zoo, tractor rides. 9am-6pm daily. 9040 Hwy 66 Platteville, www.millerfarms.net
10/7 Saturday—12th Annual Denver Zombie Crawl. 11am-5pm. Skyline Park. www.eyeheartbrains.com
10/7 to 10/8—19th Annual Punkin Chunkin Competition and Festival. Arapahoe Horse Track, 2600 E. Quincy Ave., Aurora. www.auroragov.org
10/7 to 10/8—Lakewood Cider Days. Lakewood Heritage Center, 10am-5pm, $4-$7. www.lakewood.org
10/7 to 10/8—Pumpkin Harvest Festival. Four Mile Historic Park. Horse-drawn wagon rides, pumpkin patch, build a scarecrow. 10am-4pm. 715 S. Forest St. www.fourmilepark.org
10/7 to 10/29—Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Ranch Pumpkin Carnival. Weekends. 9057 Ute Hwy/CO 66, Longmont. www.Rockymtnpumpkinranch.com
10/13 to 10/28—Victorian Horrors at the Molly Brown House. Fri./Sat. evenings, 6-8:45pm. $16-$19. Reservations required. Ages 12 and up. www.mollybrown.org
10/18 to 10/26—Glow at the Gardens. Select Wednesdays/Thursdays. 6-9:30pm. Denver Botanic Gardens lights up night with jack-o-lanterns, luminarias, storytellers, scavenger hunts. Ticket prices: www.botanicgardens.org
10/21 to 10/29—Boo at the Zoo. Both weekends. Trick/treat stations, animal demos, family-friendly entertainment. Free with admission. www.denverzoo.org
10/27 to 10/29—Trick or Treat Street at The Children’s Museum. 9am-7:30pm. Trick/treat stations, Halloween activities included in admission. www.mychildsmuseum.org
10/28 to 10/29—Colorado Railroad Museum’s Trick or Treat Train. Rides/activities. 10am-4pm. Ticket prices: www.coloradorailroadmuseum.org
DENVER METRO EVENTS
10/1 Sunday—15th Annual Balistreri Vineyards Harvest Party. Balistreri Vineyards, 1946 E. 66th Ave. 12-5pm. Tickets: www.balistrerivineyards.com
10/1 Sunday—Be the Astronaut Exhibit Grand Opening, Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum. All ages interactive exhibit developed with NASA. 7711 E. Academy Blvd. www.wingsmuseum.org
10/6 Friday—First Friday Art Walks. Santa Fe Arts District, Tennyson Art Walk, River North (RiNo) Art District, Golden Triangle Museum, Navajo Street Art District. www.denver.org/things-to-do/denver-arts-culture/denver-art-districts
10/7 Saturday—Carousel Ball. Hyatt Regency Denver. Rock icon Lenny Kravitz performs. Benefits Children’s Diabetes Foundation: raise awareness, funds for clinical care and diabetes research at Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes. www.childrensdiabetesfoundation.org/event/carousel-ball/
10/10 Tuesday—Ignite! Nite: Story. Adult after-hours at History Colorado Center; different theme monthly. Members free. Ticket nonmember prices: www.historycolorado.org
10/13 Friday—Journey to the Uncanny Valley. Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys explores why dolls and clowns give the creeps. 1880 Gaylord St. $7/adults, $6/seniors, $5/under 16. Includes museum admission. Proceeds to find fund? new home! Costumes encouraged. Discretion advised for younger kids. email@example.com or 303.322.1053. www.eventbrite.com/e/journey-to-the-uncanny-valley-tickets-37540314090
10/14 Saturday—Cockpit Demo Day. Free with admission, Wings Over the Rockies Museum, Lowry. 10am-2pm. www.wingsmuseum.org
10/14 Saturday—Make a Wish Colorado Wheels & Wishes- Taking It to the Track. Amazing vehicles and bid for ride-along of your dreams. Proceeds make wishes come true for Colorado kids; 100% donation tax-deductible. Colorado National Speedway, 4281 Speedway Blvd. Dacono, Colo. 9am. Adult/kids 13+ $10; 12 & under free; VIP tickets: $25 all ages. 303.750.9474, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://colorado.wish.org/news-and-events
10/14 to 10/15—Maker Faire Denver. All ages. Inspires, educates. 120 U.S./UK exhibitors with hands-on activities in arts, technology, fabrication of all kinds, 3rd largest Combat Bot competition in U.S., Fashion Hackers Showcase, Build your Own Drone Workshop, etc. 10am-5pm, Denver Mart. Denver.makerfaire.com
10/20 Friday—Stepping Up! Warren Village Gala. “Stepping Up” event includes cocktail reception, silent/live auctions, music by Phat Daddy, seated dinner. 6-10pm, The Pinnacle Club at The Grand Hyatt Denver, 555 17th St. Proceeds benefit low-income, single-parent families working toward self-sufficiency. Register: https://warrenvillage.org/stepping-up-2017/
10/21 Saturday—12th Annual Denver Gorilla Run. 11am. The Westin, Westminster. www.denvergorillarun.com
10/21 Saturday—4th Annual Couture For Confidence. Join Bella Boutique for silent auction, drinks, appetizers and fashion show featuring Denver’s finest fashion designers. Proceeds support providing free prom outfits to high school girls in financial need. Tickets: www.bella boutiquedenver.org/events
10/21 to 10/22—Repticon 2017. Arapahoe County Fairgrounds vendors offer reptile pets, cages, merchandise, live animal seminars. www.repticon.com
10/26 to 10/28—Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild Annual Sale. Unique handwoven, hand-dyed, knitted/crocheted, felted, cast paper home décor, ornaments. Live textile demos. Kids welcome. Free admission/parking. Englewood Civic Center, 1000 Englewood Pkwy. Hours: http://rmweaversguild.org/fiber-arts-sale-2
10/28 Saturday—Black Genealogy Heritage Festival. Denver Public Library Main Branch, 10 W 14th Ave. Pkwy. 9:30am-3:30pm. www.bgsgden.org
10/28 Saturday—Spirits & Spirits. Saturday before All Hallows’ Eve’s explore Victorian mysticism/superstition. Tarot reading, phrenology, tales of previous inhabitants and mourning practices. 21+. VIP ticket-holder séance on the Park. 6-9pm. Four Mile Historic Park, 715 S. Forest St. 720.865.0800. No pets/smoking. www.fourmilepark.org/events, www.fourmilehistoricpark.eventbrite.com
10/28 to 10/29—Westernaires Annual Horsecapades Show. Performance of world’s largest precision drill team. National Western Complex. Tickets at door or from Westernaires members. www.westernaires.org
11/1 to 11/3—Denver International Wine Festival. Denver Marriott Westminster. Tickets: www.denverwinefest.com
11/4 Saturday—Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Celebration. Mexican celebration remembers deceased loved ones. Traditional Aztec dancing, crafts, face painting. 9am-3pm. Free with admission. Denver Botanic Gardens. www.botanicgardens.org
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
To 12/20—Jewish Aging Mastery Program for Older Adults. 12-week program every Wed. 10-11:45am, Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center. Help adults achieve sustainable behaviors to improve health, financial security, well-being, community connectedness. $150. https://www.jccdenver.org/event/jamp/
10/20 Friday—Scream Scram 5K. Benefits Boys and Girls Clubs of Denver. Washington Park. 6:30pm. Prizes for costumes, Trick or Treat Street, 100-meter kids dash. www.bgcmd.org/events/scream-scram
KIDS AND FAMILIES
To 10/31—Dinos! Live at Denver Zoo. Life-size animatronic dinosaur exhibit, free with admission. www.denverzoo.org
10/3 to 10/31—October Tuesdays Four Mile Historic Park Small Settlers. Ages 2-5 with parent/caregiver. 9-10am. $5/child, adults and members free. 715 S. Forest St. Advance register: 720.865.0814 or email@example.com. www.fourmilepark.org
10/7 Saturday—Home Depot Kids Workshop. 9am-12pm. FREE how-to clinics first Sat. monthly, ages 5-12. Get Home Depot apron, wooden project, project pin. Metro-area stores. www.homedepot.com
10/13 Friday—Four Mile Historic Park Hay Bales and Tall Tales. 12-1pm. Free with admission. 715 S. Forest St. www.fourmilepark.org
10/21 Saturday—Pumpkin Carving at Next Door American Eatery. 2 seatings: 3pm and 5pm. $10 includes pumpkin, carving kit, kid’s drink. Reserve: bit.ly/eastbridgepumpkins. 10155 E. 29th Dr., #160. www.nextdooreatery.com
10/24 Tuesday—Inside the Orchestra Tiny Tots Concert. Temple Emanuel, 51 Grape St. 9:30am and 10:45am. Tickets. www.insidetheorchestra.com
10/27 Friday—Disney in Concert: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. Colorado Symphony, Boettcher Concert Hall. 7:30pm. Half Notes- family-friendly pre-concert activities, 6:30pm. www.coloradosymphony.org
10/28 Saturday—Colorado Symphony: Halloween Spooktacular! Boettcher Concert Hall 7:30pm. Half Notes- family- friendly pre-concert activities, 6:30pm. www.coloradosymphony.org
LECTURES AND CLASSES
To 10/7—Free Composting Classes. Wed. and Sat. classes. Denver Compost Demonstration Site, Gove Community Garden, 13th Ave. and Colorado Blvd. Register: 303.292.9900 or www.dug.org/compost.
10/2 Monday—The Upside of Stress: Applying to Positive Psychology. Strategies urn stress from noxious experience to positive well-being. Colorado Free University, 303.399.0093. 6-9pm. CFU Lowry: 1st & Quebec. Fees: www.freeuregistration.com
10/3 Tuesday—Active Minds Presents: The Nobel Prize. Its history, notable laureates, notable omissions/controversies. Sponsor: Rosemark Senior Living and Home Care Resources. Jewish Community Center, 350 S. Dahlia St. Free. Lil Shaw: 303.316.6359. 10-11am, http://activeminds.com
10/10 Tuesday—Lowry Speaker Series Presents: “Denver Zoo: Wildlife Conservation and What It Means to Be a Zoo Today.” 7-8:30pm. Eisenhower Chapel, 293 Roslyn St. Free. Brian Aucone, senior VP animal care/conservation, addresses commitment to animals globally. Karen House: 303.757.7658.
10/12 Thursday—Active Minds Presents: Take a Bite of the Big Apple. Free MCA public program. Sam Gary Library, 2961 Roslyn St. 6:45–7:45pm. No place like NYC, its history and energy. Virtually visit this world city. http://Stapletoncommunity.com
10/19 Thursday—Daily Strategies for Living a Positive Life. Science of positive psychology for practical strategies to increase positive well-being. 303.399.0093. 6-9pm: CFU Lowry: 1st & Quebec, Fees: http://freeu.com
10/26 Tuesday—Free Winterize Your Garden Workshop. How to replace soil nutrients for fruitful garden next year. Seed/instructions provided plus giveaway! 6-7:30pm. GPHC, 2823 Fairfax St. www.greaterparkhill.org
10/26 Thursday—Active Minds Presents Monsters and Legends. 6:45–7:45pm. World of monsters/legends from vampires of Eastern Europe to werewolves and zombies, history of familiar (not so familiar) tales and how they’ve evolved. http://Stapletoncommunity.com
10/26 Thursday—Active Minds Presents: Putin’s Russia. Russia has been accused of illegally invading Ukraine and hacking U.S. to influence 2016 election. Suggests return to authoritarianism of Soviet control and czars. RSVP: 303.770.7673. Rosemark Senior Living, 833 Jersey. 9:30-11:30am. Free. http://activeminds.com
11/4 Saturday—Montview Distinguished Lecture Series. Rev. Dry Teresa Fry Brown explores “Living Boldly with Compassion and Justice in Uncertain Times.” 9am-12pm, Montview Blvd. Presbyterian Church, 1980 Dahlia St. 303.355.1651. www.montview.org
DENVER MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE
To 1/1/18—Nature’s Amazing Machines. Free with admission.
To 10/31—IMAX. Mysteries of China 3D (ends 10/5) Incredible Predators 3D (ends 10/5) Dream Big 3D: Engineering Our World; Conquests of the Sky 3D (Opens 10/6)
10/6 to 1/15/18—Ultimate Dinosaurs. Free with admission.
10/19 Thursday—Science Lounge: Blood Curdling Beasts. Cocktails/entertainment 3rd Thurs. monthly. 6:30-9:30pm. $8/members; $10/nonmembers.
SCFD/Target Free Days
10/1 Sunday—Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys Free Day. www.dmmdt.org
10/3 Tuesday—Children’s Museum Free Target Tuesday. 4-8pm. www.cmdenver.org
10/7 Saturday—Denver Art Museum Free Day. www.denverartmuseum.org
10/13 Friday—Four Mile Historic Park Free Day. 2nd Friday, 12-4pm. www.fourmilepark.org
10/16 Monday—Denver Museum of Nature & Science Free Day. (Fossil Day) www.dmns.org
10/27 Friday—Clyfford Still Museum. Also, free admission last Friday monthly all day and every Friday 5-8pm. 1250 Bannock St. www.clyffordstillmuseum.org
11/4 Saturday—Denver Art Museum Free Day. SCFD Free day. www.denverartmuseum.org
11/5 Sunday—Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys Free Day. www.dmmdt.org
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
10/4 to 11/26—7th Annual Refuge Amateur Photo Contest. Vote for favorite in Visitors Center, winners announced early Dec.
10/7 Saturday—Kids Fishing Clinic. 10am-12pm. Hands-on clinic kids ages 6+. Loan poles available. RSVP required.
10/7 Saturday—Wildlife Viewing Tour. 9:30-11:00am, refuge bus. Repeats 10/28. RSVP required.
10/14 Saturday—Refuge Day. 10am-2pm.
10/21 Saturday—Fire and Fuel Mitigation. 12pm-3pm. Learn fire ecology and management, explore careers; complete service project removing ground fuels, wood debris for habitat restoration. Ages 12+
10/21 Saturday—The Masked Bandit. 10am-10:45am. Learn about refuge’s black-footed ferrets.
10/22 Sunday—Fall Hike n Bird. 9-11:30am. Guided hike explores woodland, wetland and prairie habitats. Able to hike 3 miles. RSVP required.
10/28 Saturday—Halloween Build a Bison. 1-2:30pm. Explore real bison bones; teamwork to assemble bison head to tail. All ages.
To 10/7—The Mystery of Love and Sex. John Hand Theater, 7653 E. 1st Pl., Lowry. www.firehousetheatercompany.com
To 10/8—The Country Wife. Metropolitan State Univ. of Denver Theatre Dept. Tickets: 303.556.2296
To 10/15—The Oldest Boy. Vintage Theatre. 1468 Dayton St., Aurora Cultural Arts District. www.vintagetheatre.org
To 10/22—Company-A Musical Comedy. Aurora Fox Arts Center, 9900 E. Colfax Ave. www.aurorafoxartscenter.org
To 10/29—The Little Dog Laughed. Vintage Theatre. 1468 Dayton St., Aurora Cultural Arts District. www.vintagetheatre.org
10/6 to 10/15—Dracula. Colorado Ballet. Ellie Caulkins Opera House. www.coloradoballet.org
10/8 Sunday—Mystery Radio Theatre. 7pm. Vintage Theatre. $10. www.vintagetheatre.com
10/14 to 11/11—Buyer and Cellar. Spotlight Theater Company at John Hand Theater, 7653 E. 1st Pl. in Lowry. www.thisisspotlight.com
10/20 to 12/31—Comedy Sportz. Avenue Theatre, 417 E. 17th Ave. www.avenuetheater.com
11/3 to 12/17—Honeymoon in Vegas. Vintage Theatre, 1468 Dayton St., Aurora. www.vintagetheatre.com
10/31 Tuesday—Food Bank of the Rockies Volunteer Opportunity. Denver Stapleton Rotary Club volunteers from 7:30-11:30am. Details/RSVP: www.facebook.com/DenverStapletonRotaryClub. http://facebook.com/DenverStapletonRotaryClub
Ronald McDonald Family Rooms at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. At Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Hospital for once-a-week commitment, 6-month minimum. www.ronaldhouse.org under “How You Can Help” for info.
Single Volunteers of Greater Denver. Volunteer, not-for-profit singles group, meet others and assist nonprofit organizations for events/activities. www.svgd.org
Reading Volunteers Needed. For students in K-8 grade. 1 hour, 1 student, 1x week. During school hours. firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.316.3944 ext. 241.
Project Worthmore. Nonprofit organization of committed community members give, volunteer, mentor, befriend refugee neighbors. 1532 Galena St., Ste. 380. 720.460.1393