Denver is hosting some great events this week. Start exploring space with All the Cosmos a Canvas and end it by snacking on Postino’s Easter brunch. Whatever you end up doing, take a look at this recap of what happened in Denver.

Reminder, masks, and social distancing are mandatory at any of these in-person events.

Wednesday March 31st

The whole cosmos is a canvas

Photo courtesy of Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum on Facebook

When: March 31st – September 12th

Where: Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, 7711 E. Academy Blvd., Denver

Costs: $ 9.95 – $ 12.95 here

The lowdown: The Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum hosts the All the Cosmos a Canvas exhibition. You can take a journey through the cosmos through a series of images from the Hubble Telescope, which was launched in April 1990 – all during your stay in Denver.

Latinx Equity before / after COVID

Photo courtesy Colorado Humanities & Center for the book on Facebook

When: March 31, 7 p.m.

Where: On-line

Costs: Register here for free

The lowdown: The Colorado Humanitys & Center for the Book has an online panel discussion – Latinx Equity Before / After COVID. The panel addresses equity gaps in education, business, health and more for Latin American and Hispanic Coloradan communities.

60 minutes in space

Photo courtesy of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science on Facebook

When: March 31, 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Where: Denver Museum of Nature and Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver

Costs: Register here for free

The lowdown: The Denver Museum of Nature & Science presents 60 Minutes in Space. The event features an evening where you can learn more about the science of space through images, animation, and much more. You can hear about new developments in exploration and space innovation from museum scholars.

The Gin & Jazz series

Photo courtesy of Fireside at Five on Facebook

When: March 31

Where: Different places

Costs: You can find different prices here

The lowdown: Fireside at Five is back with The Gin & Jazz Series. The series features local musicians and ensembles who embody the historical culture “Harlem of the West”. This Wednesday you can rock music by Purnell Steen and Le Jazz Machine.

Thursday April 1st

Steuben’s Easter kit

Photo courtesy of Steuben’s Arvada

When: April 1-3

Where: Steubens Arvada, 7355 Ralston Rd., Arvada, Steubens Uptown, 523 E 17th Ave, Denver.

Costs: Order $ 112 here

The lowdown: Prepare your holiday celebrations with Steuben’s Easter kits. The kits serve six to eight people and include dishes like Easter ham, devilish eggs, Parker House rolls, and an award-winning lime pie. You can also add cocktail kits for an extra touch. You can also order the cake just or have brunch on April 3rd at Steuben’s Uptown. Order on April 1st by the end of the day. The collection takes place on April 3rd from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Create your reservations for brunch here.

Easter in Smok

Photo courtesy of Smok

When: April 1st, April 3rd & 4th

Where: Smok, 3330 Brighton Blvd., Denver

Costs: Different prices

The lowdown: Dive into two different dinners for Easter in Smok. Chef Bill Espiricueta and his team created the brisket dinner with five pounds of smoked brisket, ginger coleslaw, chilli and chedder cornbread, and more for $ 155. The Pulled Pork Meal offers three and a half pounds of pork shoulder, ginger coleslaw, beans, and more for $ 65. Make sure to call by April 1st to order 720.452.2487. Collection on April 3rd and 4th.

Friday April 2nd

Local AF market

Photo by Jeff Fierberg

When: April 2, 3 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Where: Milk Block, 1800 Wazee St., Denver

Costs: Register here for free

The lowdown: Dairy Block partners with American Field for a local AF market. You can shop at a number of Colorado vendors such as B Fresh Gear, Cake Crumbs Bakery & Cafe, Clever Luck, and Past Life the Collective. You can also jam to live music and have a bite or sip while shopping.

Sincerely, earth

Photo courtesy of Balefire Goods

When: April 2-30

Where: Balefire Goods, 7513 Grandview Ave., Arvada

Costs: Free admission

The lowdown: Balefire Goods is holding a joint art exhibition in honor of Earth Day – Sincerely, Earth. The exhibition shows works by local artists Christine Ann Nicols and Caitlin Zeller, which represent current environmental issues.

Saturday 3rd April

A passion for MCM

Photo courtesy of the Modern Architecture + Design Society

When: 3rd of April

Where: On-line

Costs: Get $ 40- $ 149 tickets here

The lowdown: Take a tour of renovated and redesigned mid-century modern homes during a Passion for MCM event. You can explore two homes in Starlight Village, two homes on Wilder Lane in Colorado, and two Eichler homes in Silicon Valley – all while staying in the comfort of your own home.

Moksha Pop-Up Market

Photo courtesy of Moksha Chocolate on Facebook

When: April 3, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Where: 2746 47th St., Boulder

Costs: Free admission

The lowdown: Add a little sweetness to your week with a moksha pop-up market. Moksha Chocolate is home to the market where you can shop at local farmers, bakers and coffee roasters and of course try the locally made chocolate – all in the factory parking lot.

Stanley Marketplace Easter

Photo courtesy Stanley Marketplace

When: April 3-4

Where: Stanley Marketplace, 2501 N. Dallas St., Aurora

Costs: Free admission

The lowdown: The Stanley Marketplace is celebrating Easter this weekend with a variety of offers, prices and much more. If you’re spending more than $ 30 or more at Stanley on April 3rd or 4th, then you can choose an Easter egg filled with specials, freebies, and other goodies.

Martial arts course to raise awareness of sexual assault

Photo courtesy of KDK Fit on Facebook

When: March 3, 11 a.m. – 1.30 p.m.

Where: KDK Fit, 9797 W. Colfax Ave. Ste # 3UU, Lakewood

Costs: Free registration here or by email [email protected]

The lowdown: KDK Fit offers a Martial Arts Sexual Assault Awareness course. The free seminar – in recognition of Women’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month – provides resources for help, defense techniques, and more to keep you confident.

Boulder County Farmers Market returns

Photo by Ashton Ray Hansen

When: April 3 – November 20

Where: Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Rd., Longmont

Costs: Free admission

The lowdown: Boulder County Farmers Markets returns for the season. Shop for locally grown produce, locally slaughtered meat, baked goods and much more at the personal farmers market. Here you can also order your goods to be picked up at the roadside.

Sunday April 4th

Easter meal in the fort

Photo courtesy The Fort

When: April 4, 11 a.m.

Where: The Fort, 19192 CO-8, Morrison

Costs: Different prices

The lowdown: The fort has covered your festival with an Easter meal. You can enjoy a three-course meal with a fort salad, bun, ham steak with mashed potatoes, or an 8-ounce slice of roasted leg of lamb. Treat yourself to a negrita for a sweet note. Reserve a place here.

Jill’s Easter brunch

Photo courtesy of St. Julien Hotel & Spa

When: 4. April

Where: Jills Restaurant & Bistro, 900 Walnut St., Boulder

Costs: $ 79.95 per person

The lowdown: Start your Easter sweet and savory with an Easter brunch from Jill. The brunch offers salmon dishes, Belgian waffles, a carving station and much more. You can also drink bottomless mimosas, bloody marys, or sparkling wine to add a fancy touch to your brunch. Call 720.406.7385 to reserve your spot.

Easter brunch at Le French

Photo courtesy Le French

When: April 4, 8 a.m.

Where: Le French, 4901 S. Newport St., Denver

Costs: Different prices

The lowdown: Enjoy a menu of spectacular dishes and cocktails during the Easter brunch at Le French. You can try Provençale bites, duck confit benedict en brioche, mixed berry French toast and much more with a Les Perles sparkling wine cocktail or Senegalese hibiscus tea to wash it all off. Create a reservation here.

Postinos Easter brunch

Photo courtesy Postino Wine Cafe

When: April 4, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: All Postino locations

Costs: Free admission

The lowdown: Sip $ 5 glasses of wine, mimosa, and mugs of beer while enjoying a Postino’s Easter brunch. You can enjoy ricotta donuts, a PREAM bowl, stick bread and much more to eat and take away.

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Mark your calendar

Virtual Keith Haring: Body in Motion

When: April 7, 12 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Where: On-line

Costs: Register here for free

Old mummies, new discoveries

When: April 7, 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Where: Denver Museum of Nature and Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver

Costs: $ 10 tickets available here

A world of taste: India

When: April 9, 6 p.m.

Where: Cook Street School of Culinary Arts, 43 W. 9th Ave., Denver

Costs: $ 119 tickets available here

Octopus Initiative Lottery

When: April 15, 11 a.m.

Where: On-line

Costs: Register here for free