Space Odyssey at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Photo by Chris Schneider


The weather is looking good and the vaccines are flowing so we cautiously hope to see new sights with new people. Here are seven events in May that we look forward to.

• April 30, 2021

Denver’s Vegan Market | 1st of May
Calling all vegetarians, vegans and flexitarians! The first vegan market will take place in the Pete’s Corner House Lounge, where 14 different vegetable-based vendors will be presented with delicacies from pepper jam to macaroni and cheese. 1515 Madison St .; 1-5 o’clock; You can find more information about the providers here Here

Free Barre Class at Modern Nomad | 1st of May
Sweat, shop and sip mimosa with Modern Nomad and The Barre Code to get the new month off to a good start on the right foot. During the 50-minute outdoor class, participants will complete a full-body workout while following social distancing guidelines. After class, the Green Bus Cafe’s food truck makes a pit stop at the pop-up. Don’t forget your yoga mat and water. 2936 Larimer St .; 10-11 a.m. RSVP to claim your space Here

Horseshoe market | 8th of May
Perfect for last-minute shopping for Mother’s Day, the first horseshoe craft and flea market of the year features more than 75 vendors selling vintage and handcrafted goods. (All buyers must make reservations.) Inventory includes records, bath soaps, honey, bracelets, vases, baked goods, and more. 4345 W. 46th Ave; 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sign up for a shopping time slot Here

Stretch & CBD | 12th of May
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, downtown Aurora is hosting an evening of CBD-enhanced yoga attended by community CBD providers. The two courses are located in the inner courtyard of the shopping center and each last 30 minutes. You will be tutored by Bianca, a local yoga teacher. (You need to bring your own mat – and good vibes.) 14200 E. Alameda Ave .; 5 pm-7pm; Register for the event Here

Pimp of Joy with Kellindo at the Levitt Pavilion | May 14th
When was the last time you felt really, really, really funky? The Pimps of Joytime, a four-piece band that brings the boisterous music of San Francisco, Brooklyn, and New Orleans together into lively melodies and lively beats, will get you there in no time. Kellindo, a frequent contributor and lead guitarist to pop star Janelle Monáe, will open this part of the Levitt Pavilion’s free summer concert series with strength and soul. 1380 W. Florida Ave .; Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:00 p.m. Reserve tickets Here

The Maud Powell Project | May 16
Minnie “Maud” Powell was America’s first internationally known violinist, but her legacy extends far beyond the beauty of her playing: long before it was the norm, she greeted women and black composers. Inspired by Powell’s virtuosity and advocacy, contemporary violinist Megan Healy commissioned five renowned female composers to write a number of lofty new pieces in Powell’s honor. She plays them flash mob style on Promenade Terrace. Promenade Drive North, Westminster; 4.30pm-5.30pm; Register for a free ticket Here

Space Day at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science May 23
Discover the curiosities of the galaxy during the SFCD Free Days at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The newly renovated exhibition Space Odyssey shows Answers to extraterrestrial questions like, “How do we know how many stars are in our galaxy if we can’t see all of them?” and “How do we know what the other side of the moon looks like if it is never facing the earth?” Guests are asked to reserve their free tickets in advance as attendance is limited. 2001 Colorado Blvd .; 9 am-5pm; Find more information Here