Events for kids and adults in northeast Denver in July
A traveling exhibit at History Colorado Center, showcases the most influential toys of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s.
Motown, jazz and blues (MoJaBlu) come together in a weekly concert series in Stapleton.
The University of Colorado Denver offers Mini Med School, a free eight-week course for anyone wanting to learn more about medicine.
Johnson & Wales University put together healthy kid-friendly boxed lunches to 4th- and 5th- graders at Ashley Elementary, where 92 percent of students qualify for free and reduced lunch.
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of “The Green Book,” the document that envisioned Stapleton, the community is invited to participate in a scavenger hunt.
A local nonprofit hosts events to collect items (rather than money) to donate to charities.
It’s difficult to keep up with the endless events during summer, but here a few to watch out for.
Stapleton’s South Green will transform into a scandalous 1920s Chicago from June 4–6.
From 11:30am-12:30pm on May 16, the Denver School of the Arts 22-piece jazz orchestra will perform at the Five Points Jazz Festival.