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It is officially farmers market season and there are plenty of opportunities across town to buy fresh produce and local goods.

Several farmers’ markets are open this weekend and throughout the summer. Some are listed below. Denver also has live music, historic trains, supercars, and a yoga vacation this weekend.

* Please note that certain COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions may apply to in-person events. Visit the website of each event for more information before you attend. *

Events on Friday May 14th

Friday night bazaar

When: May 14th
Where: Friday Night Bazaar, 2424 Larimer Street, Denver
Costs: Free

Shop, sip, and mingle in the RiNo Art District every Friday from 4pm to 9pm!

The movement and the consumer goods

When: May 14th
Where: Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, 18300 W. Alameda Parkway, Morrison
Costs: $ 60- $ 80

The movement has captured the hearts and minds of alternative reggae fans since its inception in Columbia, South Carolina in 2003.

Events on Saturday 15th May

Supercar Saturday

When: May 15
Where: Mike Ward Maserati, Lucent Court 1850, Highlands Ranch
Costs: $ 20 donation

Simpson Castle invites you to join the Mike Ward Auto Group for the Supercar Saturday Car Show event and fundraiser to benefit the Jeremy Bitner Fallen Officer Fund.

T.The architecture of the performance: Ellie Caulkins Opera House

When: May 15
Where: Denver Performing Arts Complex, 1400 Curtis Street, Denver
Costs: $ 25- $ 30

Chris Wineman, Principal at Semple Brown Design, tours the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.

Bloom again

When: May 15
Where: Virtual
Costs: Free

Enjoy an evening of wonderful music with the string ensemble and the Conservatory Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Robert Stahly and Maestro Joel Schut.

University Hills Farmers Market

When: May 15
Where: University Hills Plaza, 2500 S. Colorado Boulevard, Denver
Costs: Free

Boulters 5280 Urban Market is a Colorado-based company that offers events featuring the best of local and seasonal products and services.

Triple steam weekend

When: 15.-16. May
Where: Colorado Railroad Museum, 17155 W. 44th Avenue, Golden
Costs: $ 10 adults, $ 8 seniors, $ 5 children. Train rides extra.

This first event of its kind provides fans of Colorado history with an exciting opportunity to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a time when steam locomotives were an integral part of the state’s transportation, economy and social fabric.

Events on Sunday 16 May

Live music on the terrace

When: May 16
Where: Frank’s Chophouse, 921 Walnut Street, Boulder
Costs: eat

Visit Frank’s Chophouse every Sunday on the terrace of the tavern to enjoy live music. Treat yourself to a cocktail and a bite to eat while listening to the soulful sounds of Boulder’s very own George Nelson Band.

South Pearl Street Farmer’s Brandt

When: May 16
Where: South Pearl Neighborhood, 1400-1500 South Pearl, Denver
Costs: Free

The South Pearl Street Farmers Market prides itself on offering a wide variety of fresh and healthy produce.

Yoga & hiking day retreat

When: May 16
Where: Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center, 1805 N. 30th Street, Colorado Springs
Costs: $ 75

Enjoy a rejuvenating day of yoga, hiking, art, and mindfulness in the Garden of the Gods Park, including morning yoga led by Christopher Dwyer at the Chuckwagon Pavilion, nature’s sensory invitations, meditative diary reflections, and watercolors.

What are you doing this weekend? Any fun events we missed on our list? Comment below.