Embrace The Change of Seasons 

From the return of school to cooler weather, September can feel like a transitional month: It’s not quite pumpkin season yet, but we do have to put our flip-flops back on the shelf. We’ve compiled a list of fantastic last-minute summer adventures for your family before we all swing into autumn mode.

Shine On Car Show

Saturday September 7, 10am-2pm, Reunion Rec Center Parking Lot

Do you have a need for speed? If so, the Shine On Car Show is just the place for you. Vehicles of all models, years, and makes will be showcased, from classic muscle cars to sleek modern builds. Thank you to our sponsor Landing Place Church for souping up this event with vendors, food, and music!

Embrace The Change of Seasons 

Reunion Farmers’ Market

Sundays, 10am-2pm, Reunion Rec Center Parking Lot

Our weekly farmers’ market runs EVERY Sunday until October 14, which means you always know where to find fresh local vegetables and fruits for your family. Did we mention the delicious breads and sweets, kettle corn, and seasonal decor booths? If you’re interested in becoming a vendor, check out the Metro Denver Farmers’ Market website for more info. 

Embrace The Change of Seasons 

A Mile In My Shoes

Daily, 10am-7pm until September 27, Tail Tracks Plaza

Just a short drive from Reunion is the booming 16th Street Mall, where you can teach your kiddos about empathy with Denver’s newest public art installation: A Mile In My Shoes. In a hands-on or shoes-on experience, you can better understand the lives of a refugee, a neurosurgeon, and a war veteran.

Denver Jazz Festival

September 13-15, Various Times, Denver Performing Arts Complex

Put on your flapper dresses and zoot suits, because this vintage-inspired weekend is one for the ages! Dancing the night away is a breeze thanks to world-class jazz performances at the awe-inspiring Denver Performing Arts Complex. An important note: This wonderful event will also raise money for the nonprofit CMDance

Embrace The Change of Seasons 

Elk Fest

September 28-29, Estes Park

Venture into the mountains for an annual outdoors tradition. The festival features Elk bugling, Native American art and music, delicious food, and Elk-themed everything! At 7,500 feet you might even notice the seasons changing quicker than usual — consider taking a hike on one of the trails surrounding downtown Estes Park for impressive views. 

Are you ready for fall now? If you attend any of these amazing events, please take pictures and tag @reunionco on Instagram — we love seeing our residents go on adventures!