SUE, the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever found, has arrived at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science for a two-month visit. Designed to appeal to dinosaur lovers of all ages, the exhibition features large-screen animations of SUE’s swampy habitat, a re-creation of the archaeological dig where SUE was found, touchable bronze casts of SUE’s bones, and more than 20 fossils of dinosaurs discovered in Colorado.
There won’t be any little piggies or cute bunnies or a stick-horse rodeo this year. In fact, there won’t be a National Western Stock Show (NWSS) and Rodeo. For only the second time in the event’s 115-year history it has been cancelled, this time due to the corona virus pandemic.
Chriskindl Market, Cherry Creek North Winter Wanderland, Cherry Creek Holiday Market, The Shops at Northfield, Central Park Artists Open Windows Project, Virtual Camp Christmas and Virtual YouthBiz Marketplace.
Knitting4Peace volunteers across the U.S. make and deliver hand-crafted items to provide hope, comfort and support to marginalized or vulnerable people in local neighborhoods, as well as to individuals in global areas of conflict or suffering.
The eighth annual Central Park Artists Open Studios (formerly Stapleton Artists Open Studios) will spotlight neighborhood artists, this year in virtual form: an online flipbook featuring all 21 artists and links to their websites.
As schools shut down across the country in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, students have had to adapt to a new reality—and seniors in college and high school are trying to creatively reevaluate what they had thought were firm plans for graduation and their futures.
Frederic Remington (1861-1909) created images of the American West that still define our notions of the cowboy. Winslow Homer (1836-1910), considered the most original painter of his time, created masterful depictions of the Eastern Seaboard.
“The average person would be surprised to learn the depth and the breadth of the use of drone technology. Most people think a drone is just a toy you get for Christmas, but actually it’s used by the military, animal conservation, real estate, the movie industry, you name it.”
On sunny winter days, the Stapleton Skateboard Park at 26th and Xanthia attracts boarders of all ages. Visit our online calendar to view more events.
“Traveller”, the Augmented Reality screen installed at the lobby of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS.) Events were submitted online. Please double check dates and times using contact info provided.Visit our online calendar to view more events. Events submitted by the 17th of the month are considered for printing as space allows.