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¿Que Pasa?-Week of 01/01/20
 
Photo courtesy: National Western Stock Show
 

By La Voz Staff
Attractions@lavozcolorado.com
 
01/02/2020

First Friday Art Walks continue in Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe for 2020. Year-round, rain or shine, join them on First Fridays for late-night viewing of artwork at 100+ art galleries, artists’ studios, and creative businesses. For full info on First Friday, visit: www.denversartdistrict.org/first-friday. The heart of the art walk is between 7th and 10th Avenues on Santa Fe Drive, with more galleries scattered nearby. To get here, take the Light Rail to 10th and Osage or opt for a ride share, as parking is difficult. Support local artists and attend the Art Walk every First Friday from 5:30-9:30 p.m.

Visit the Denver Art Museum on Saturday, January 4, and enjoy FREE general admission all day! Get inspired by the artworks on view and try your hand at artmaking in the Paint Studio and with Create-n-Takes in the galleries. See “The Light Show,” “Treasures of British Art: The Berger Collection,” “Shantell Martin: Words and Lines” and “Eyes On: Anthony McCall” all for free. Please note, “Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature” is not included in general admission and is therefore not free on January 4. A separate dated and timed ticket is required for “Monet.” Free general admission tickets are available onsite starting at 10 a.m. Fore more information visit https://bit.ly/2YPTkYv.

The sight of more than 40 Longhorn cattle walking through the streets of downtown Denver can only mean one thing…it’s Stock Show time. Come see the streets of downtown Denver lined with boots, chaps and cowboy hats to celebrate Colorado’s western traditions and their iconic show on Thursday, January 9th at Denver’s Union Station, 1701 Wyncoop. Kids, families, business men and women get to step back in time and see a true western cattle drive with horses, cowboys, cowgirls, tractors, marching bands and floats. The parade starts at Union Station and runs down 17th Street. For more info, visit www.nationalwestern.com/special-events/parade/.

Skate, Gather & Celebrate at The Pond this winter (215 E. Foothills Pkwy.). Bring your skates (or rent a pair at the Skate Shack) and hit the ice on Northern Colorado’s Largest outdoor rink. The Pond Grand Opening Public Skate is open from now until January 5, Monday – Saturday from 12 noon – 9 p.m. and Sunday: 12– 6 p.m. No time limit for skating. Visit www.shopfoothills.com/ for more information.

Join El Pueblo History Museum for an evening of festivities to celebrate the 150th birthday year of Pueblo! Pueblo Downtown Association members and the community are invited to enjoy special guest speakers and more. You will learn about the many events planned in 2020 to celebrate Pueblo turning 150 years young!

 

 

 

 

 
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