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5 Things to Do in Denver This Weekend, That Don't Totally Suck

April 26, 2019

The weekend party starts hard on Friday and won't stop until Sunday night! You ready, Denver?


Celebrate the G-Line!

Rides on the brand new G Line are free all day, and local restaurants and breweries along the line are celebrating, Including Sunnyside's Factotum Brewhouse, just a few blocks from the 41st and Fox station. If you show a bartender a selfie from a GLine train or station, you can score a free beer! Not bad! The city of Arvada is also going all out for this thing, so ride the train west a join the party!

Get more G Line info here.


The Cherry Creek Sneak

You can do more before 10am than most people will do all day! Run or walk a 5k, 5 mile or 10 mile race, and start your Saturday with a win, regardless of when you finish! The post-race block party is a solid reward as well.

Register here.

The Office Trivia Bar Crawl

If you fall asleep to The Office every night, not only do you have the same routine as me, you will probably crush this trivia! The Party Planning Committee is going to start this thing at 4:00 at Blake St. Tavern. Register, grab a tee shirt, and get ready to be interrogated by volunteer deputy sherriffs that have more questions than Dwight. Its gonna be long, hard, and fun. That's what she said.

Get info and tickets here!


Puppy Brunch at Hotel Teatro
$5 suggested donation

Brunch is super great on it's own, but with PUPPIES, the best meal of the week got a whole lot better. Underdog Animal Rescue will be bringing puppies (that are available for adoption!!) to brunch. You can play, or make one a part of your family, if a puppy is something you're ready for!

Find more info on the best brunch ever, here.

Mythology Sunday Funday with Yoga and Music

Mythology Distillery in the Highlands is hosting a day of yoga, drinks and live music. Twelve bucks will get you a yoga class and a tee shirt, plus, this place has the best coasters ever. trust me. First pose is at 1:15!

Get tickets and a tee here.