Time for the Gallop in the garden 5k fun run in the garden of the gods. Meet between 4pm and 6pm in the lower lobby of the Visitor and Nature Center to explore that day’s route for running, walking, or jogging. Free.


“Do not stop believing” The special virtual film festival by and about people with intellectual and developmental disabilities ends with the short films and a virtual after-party with a panel discussion with filmmakers on Friday at 5.30 p.m. Register for the link to The Arc’s free Achieve with Us:


There is ice skating in downtown Denver Four mile ice rink between 15th and 16th streets on Glenarm Place. Provided by the Denver Pavilions and Four Mile Historic Park. Thursdays and Fridays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., on weekends from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., depending on the weather, until April 30th. $ 5, family packages $ 15. You can rent ice skates or bring your own.


A Family Star Party night at the Space Foundation Discovery Center gives everyone a closer look at the first Super moon of the year. This full moon looks even bigger than usual and can be seen from telescopes in the centre’s parking lot at 4425 Arrowswest Drive. Also there the MESO – Mobile Earth & Space Observatory. 8:30 p.m. Free. (


Denver’s City Park, called the Crown Jewel of Queen City and the “People’s Park”. Learn the history and people of 1882 on a Saturday, 10:00 am, walking tour of Colorado Blvd. with three experts. Also tour dates in April and May. Presented by the Denver Architecture Foundation. $ 25. On Sunday at 9:30 am Central Park 5K, $ 35- $ 50,


A special afternoon of Woodwind music by a Philharmonic Quintet led by Artistic Director and Principal Clarinetist Sergei Vassiliev, 2 p.m. at the Almagre venue, following COVID-19 protocols. Emphasis is placed on what has been called “probably the most splendid woodwind quintet ever written – Samuel Barber’s” Summer Music “”. Cash register. Reservations, $ 30, student discounts.

NOTE: Last minute changes possible due to COVID-19 logs. Check the websites.