31 Jan 2019
Find your true passion this February
February is for lovers, particularly Nutella lovers. Yes – it’s true. February 5 is World Nutella Day. So grab your favorite bready indulgence and slather some of that hazelnut goodness around. You deserve it!
For the rest of the month, your friends at Reunion have you covered. We’ve found all kinds of exciting activities that don’t involve sitting in traffic on I-70 inching your way to a ski resort. Avoid the crowds and indulge in local exploration, adventure, and dare we say – passion.
INTRODUCTION TO BIRDING
Wednesday, February 6, 6:30pm-8:30pm, Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Have you ever tried to identify the birds in your backyard or been curious about the popular hobby of bird watching? Let birding expert Norm Lewis help you get started with all the basics. Learn about birding optics, field guides, clothing and gear, basic bird families, and field identification techniques. Then venture into the field to test your new skills and start your very own life list. Includes a copy of National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America. Register here.
ALES, APPS & BARRELS OF FUN
Thursday, February 7, 7pm-10pm, Children’s Museum
Release your inner child! This adults-only extravaganza features local craft beer, light appetizers, lively music, and — best of all — a chance to explore and play in the world-class exhibits at the Children’s Museum. Go be a kid again without the kids! Get tickets.
DENVER FIREFIGHTERS MUSEUM FREE DAY
Saturday, February 9, 10am-4pm, Denver Firefighters Museum
Do you have any young children dreaming of becoming a firefighter? Or are you fascinated with the work of firefighters? Learn more about fire safety and the history of firefighting in Denver from its inception to the present at the Denver Firefighters Museum.
Tuesday, February 19, 9am-10am, Wings Over the Rockies
This science education program for children 2-4 years of age will explore what it means to be a scientist! Kids (with adult accompaniment) will learn about Ada Twist, create moon sand, and then get to bring a jar of it home. Learn more.