28 Feb 2017
Cabin fever be gone. Five ways to get out and get happy.
Winter isn’t quite a wrap, but we’re getting there. If spring fever has you eager to shake up your work-eat-sleep routine—and you live at Reunion™— you can always walk the trails, hit the rec center, or enjoy other Reunion amenities. But here are a few extra suggestions for activities happening in the heart of Denver, not far from Reunion.
Denver Restaurant Week-Now through Mar. 5
Bust out of your cuisine routine! Let the 13th annual Denver Restaurant Week inspire you to expand your palate. (Don’t worry, your favorite haunts will welcome you back next week.) Hundreds of Denver’s top restaurants are offering multi-course dinners for $25, $35, or $45 per person. Browse menus here, organized by neighborhood, cuisine, and price, then make your reservation. Don’t delay—seats fill up quickly for this popular event. Learn more.
Wizard of Oz at PACE-Mar. 10-11 at 7:30pm; Mar. 12 at 2am
Flying monkeys and wicked witches and ruby slippers, oh my! Few can resist this iconic story of Dorothy and her three new friends in a magical land far, far away from Kansas. Based on the 1939 hit film, this musical includes favorite hits such as “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and “If I Only Had a Brain.” Held at The PACE Center in Parker. Tickets $12.50-$22.50. Learn more.
Denver Home Show-Mar. 17-19
Spring has a funny way of making people think about home—redecorating, remodeling, gardening, outdoor projects, and so on. That’s why the Denver Home Show is a favorite spring outing for so many. Head down to the National Western Complex for expert presentations on all of the above, plus a local business marketplace, tiny home village, gardens, and ten-minute consultations with a professional interior designer. Tickets $9-13 plus special deals for kids, seniors, military service members, and more. Learn more.
The Edge Opening Week at the Zoo-Mar. 17-24
Check out the sweet new digs coming to the already amazing Denver Zoo. The Edge is a one-acre exhibit designed to both mimic the natural living environment of Siberian tigers and provide the cats with more space to explore. For example, pine trees (native to Siberia) will serve as enrichment devices for the tigers, and several pools will allow them to cool off on warm summer days. General admission prices. Learn more.