10 things to do for $10 in Denver this weekend (6 free!), June 21-23
Whether you want to get out of the heat and into an air-conditioned art museum to see shows and watch films or head outdoors for RiverFest or ballet in the park, there's plenty of inexpensive summer fun to be had in Denver this weekend. Here are ten of your best entertainment options; see the Westword calendar for a full listing of events, and feel free to suggest more bargain options in the comments section below.
- Did the World War Z film ruin the book?
- Crispin Glover on the Hero's Journey, the Warlock Pinchers and not repeating himself
- Every day is Take Your Dog to Work Day at Kyjen, a local dog products maker
TRVE Brewing Anniversary Party at TRVE Brewing (Friday, free)
Celebrate the one-year anniversary of TRVE Brewing tonight with a big bash featuring local art (including a new show by Sam Turner), music and local beers named after metal bands. Don't miss the brand-new anniversary brew!
CREATE DENVER: City Beautiful 2.0 & Closing Party at Civic Center Park (Friday, free)
Tonight marks the debut of Create Denver's City Beautiful 2.0, a coworking space and art installation in the McNichols building. Come early for a party in the park, then continue the fun when the festivities move indoors and upstairs to an art party. Starting at dark, Legwork Studio & Ceavco Audio Visual will project a 3D video mapping display on the building.
Roll at EXDO Event Center (Friday, $10)
DJ Cat Hartwell will provide the tunes for this special Bootyology Edition of Denver's roller- disco party. Drink, skate and enter a booty-shaking contest to win free drinks and T-shirts tonight.
Ballet in the Park at Civic Green Amphitheater (Friday, free)
Pack a picnic and head to the park tonight for an evening of free entertainment. The Boulder Ballet Company will perform new dances as well as work from the past season i i this outdoor venue tonight.
The New York School at the Clyfford Still Museum (Friday, $10)
Admission to the Clyfford Still Museum tonight includes a screening of The New York School. Michael Blackwood's 1972 documentary features artists like Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock and Clyfford Still, and should be a great way to get out of the heat and delve deeper into the abstract art world.