September 12—5280 Wine Festival
From 11am to 5pm on Saturday, Sept. 12, The Shops at Northfield Stapleton will host the 5280 Wine Festival. The day will feature wineries, demonstrations, artisan vendors, entertainment and delicious cuisine. The event will take place along Main Street. Tickets start at $30. For tickets or to learn more, visit www.ticketswest.com/events/5280-wine-festival/58552/.
September 12—Friendship Powwow and American Indian Cultural
From 10am to 4pm on Saturday, Sept. 12, the Denver Art Museum will host the 26th Annual Friendship Powwow and American Indian Cultural Celebration. General admission is free. The day includes American Indian dancers and drum groups, local artists with hands-on activities, vendors and traditional fry bread. See the full calendar of events at www.mediafire.com/view/2ey7tlpxy3gu95c/Powwow_at_the_DAM_2015.pdf. For museum information, call 720.865.5000 or visit www.denverartmuseum.org.
September 18–19—StapletonOM Yoga Festival
On Friday, Sept. 18 and Saturday, Sept. 19, Founders Green (E. 29th Ave. and Roslyn) will transform into an outdoor yoga studio. Free admission includes live music and a yoga dance performance at 6pm Saturday. Tickets allow access to yoga classes including and not limited to yoga sculpt, boot camp, and glow-in-the-dark yoga. For the full schedule, visit www.StapletOM.com
September 26—Northeast Denver Walk Fest
From 12 to 4pm on Saturday, Sept. 26, Northeast Transportation Connections (NETC) will host its annual Walk Fest, a free event to get people out walking and more familiar with the neighborhood. NETC is dedicated to building sustainable neighborhoods by cutting down on traffic and helping neighbors live healthy, active lives. The day begins at Square, 33rd and Holly, with free hot dogs and hamburgers. Then, residents are invited to join in 10 walks throughout the neighborhood. “A huge component of the day is advocating for better crosswalks and safer streets,” says Angie Malpiede, who oversees NETC. After walking the neighborhood, residents will report how the streets could be safer. The day will include music, a local art show, bookmobile, and open house at the Holly Square. NETC will also donate more than $1,000 worth of new shoes to people who cannot afford proper tennis shoes. To see the full schedule, visit http://netransportation.org/newalkfest/.
September 28—Free Estate Planning Seminar
Yvonne Olivere with Olivere Law in Stapleton is hosting a free estate planning seminar 6–9pm on Monday, Sept. 28 at The Bistro at Stapleton, 2955 Ulster. Seminar topics will include the difference between a will and a trust, the pitfalls of probate, how to choose a guardian for your minor children, planning for disability and incapacity, special considerations for blended families, and more. Appetizers will be served. Attendees will receive a discount off estate planning. Space is limited. RSVP required: firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.295.6250
October 23–25—CherryArts Festival at Stanley
The Cherry Creek Arts Festival is partnering with Stanley Marketplace for a new event they hope will grow each year called CherryArts. The weekend of Oct. 23 will include national art, local food vendors, home design, and live entertainment. Admission is free. Stanley is located at 2501 Dallas in Aurora. To see the full festival lineup, visit http://cherrycreekartsfestival.org/cherry-arts-festival/.