29th Annual Vail Jazz Festival

We are pleased to say the lineup will include an impressive variety in musicians and jazz genres that you will not see anywhere else. Join us Thursday evenings beginning July 13, where you might even see one (or more!) of our Vail Jazz Workshop alumni perform as headliners at this summer’s festival!
Stay tuned for our big upcoming announcements!

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Endless Summer Series

Curation Bev Co X Banshee House Endless Summer Series

Endless Summer is a State of Mind – an event series by Curation Bev. Co X Banshee House

About this series:
This summer Curation is popping up at Banshee House for an Endless Summer Series. Curation Bev Co will be showcasing their recently launched collection of craft cocktails, hard seltzers, and wine spritz.

Join us August 11-14 for Curation Bev Co. drinks, music and more!

Thursday, August 11: Endless Summer Social with Dj IamGrüv & DJ Polyphoni – 4pm to close (open to the public)
Friday, August 12: Summer Friday Set – CJ + Friends w/ Surprise Guest – 5pm to close (open to the public)
Saturday, August 13: Zodiac Hause Presents – Endless Summer w/ Surprise DJ
Sets – 4pm to close (ticketed)
Sunday, August 14: Cans & Karaoke with DJ Zak – 6pm to close (open to the public)
Location: Banshee House 2715 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205

Check out Curation on Instagram @curationbevco to pour the story, make memories, and #DrinkCuration

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Garden Dialogues

Garden Dialogues 2022

Register now https://www.tclf.org/garden-dialogues-2022-aspen-co to explore the 73-acre Charlie Mountain Ranch that has been revived by Design Workshop as a diverse and ecologically-rich landscape. Resting in the shadow of adjacent peaks, Charlie Mountain Ranch is located at the end of a wide, glacially-carved valley in western Colorado. Since its settlement in the late 1800s, the property has long been valued for its fertile soils, rolling terrain, and access to the valley’s arterial creek. In collaboration with architect Pearson Design Group, Design Workshop rejuvenated the ranch as a family compound. Because the scenic, cultural, and ecological values of the ranch are integral to the rural nature of the surrounding community, designers sought to ensure that the proposed design responded to regional development patterns, wildlife habitat, wildfire prevention, creek and water conservation, and responsible land management and stewardship.

Who We Are

A non-profit established in 1998, The Cultural Landscape Foundation® (TCLF) connects people to places. TCLF educates and engages the public to make our shared landscape heritage more visible, identify its value, and empower its stewards. Learn more https://www.tclf.org/about-tclf.

Make a Difference

The Cultural Landscape Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and relies on donations to support the many programs and initiatives that promote education about and stewardship of our shared landscape legacy. Donate today https://donate.tclf.org/donate/.”

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Colorado Scottish Festival

58th Annual Colorado Scottish Festival

Experience Scotland at the Denver Polo Club, August 5-6, 2023!Visit the spirit of Scotland in Colorado’s own backyard at this special event. The St. Andrew Society of Colorado is proud to announce the 59th Annual Colorado Scottish Festival will be held at its new location at the Denver Polo Club, August 5-6, 2023. Coupled with the warm hospitality and sophistication of the Denver Polo Club, this event provides an excellent opportunity to explore several interesting aspects of Scottish culture, traditions and history, while nourishing the community with a variety of engaging experiences.The festival is a family-oriented, family-friendly event, and although the flavor is Scottish, there’s something for all cultures and every age group. We invite you to get away from the everyday and experience our new home at this high-class oasis, just 30 minutes from downtown Denver. The Denver Polo Club is known for its beautiful grounds on 30 acres, friendly atmosphere and cordial members who help make this the best international club in the area. The club has created many traditions for players and fans alike, and now they will share in helping to foster fond memories for a new summer tradition – hosting the Colorado Scottish Festival.For the best experience, join the festival’s Thistle Club and get an exclusive VIP Package to enjoy during the entire weekend. The Thistle Club provides a friendly atmosphere featuring Scottish music in the background, complimentary Scottish food and adult beverages, including single malt whisky. Members are treated to a special welcome reception on Saturday morning, private access to a late afternoon reception featuring a performance by our own Rocky Mountain Highland Dancers and close-in, private seating at the outdoor concert Saturday night with the exciting local Celtic rock group, Angus Mohr. In addition, members will receive a commemorative gift, a Tartan Badge, free whisky tastings and a great place to relax and enjoy a pleasurable respite during the festival. Greasaibh oirbh (hurry up), Thistle Club tickets are limited – when they’re gone, they’re gone!Throughout the weekend, enjoy Scottish athletics, piping and drumming band contests, solo bagpipe and dance competitions/performances, whisky tastings, clans/genealogy, living history, re-enactments, Scottish and Irish music, Celtic merchandise, beer and food vendors, children’s activities, dogs, cars and more. Also, our new location provides an opportunity for the festival to include novel, additional events such as polo and rugby matches. As a special treat, you’ll be able to watch one of the most coveted tournaments in the Denver area, The United States Polo Association Governor’s Cup, where teams compete with passion, grit and intensity. More information will become available on the club’s website as the date draws nearer (denverpoloclub.com).And with room to grow, the Colorado Scottish Festival hopes to offer even more events and attractions for their 60th anniversary celebration in August of 2024.The festival’s Scottish Games allow spectators to watch professional and amateur athletes, both women and men, compete for top honors in unique sporting events. Many of the games involve throwing and lifting; collectively known as heavy events, they include the caber toss, weight for height and hammer throw. A plethora of pipers will transport you to Scotland while you take in the sight of dancers flinging and jigging to the enjoyment of everyone. Besides traditional Scottish Highland dance competitions, visitors can observe demonstrations of traditional Irish Step Dancing by the Heritage Irish Stepdancers. After the Parade of Clans, stop by one of the many Clan Tents, where you’ll find plaid-clad docents eager to share their respective history. They will help attendees piece together the twigs and branches of a family tree, trace lineages back to ancient Scottish roots and locate your clan’s unique tartan.There will be vendors selling all manner of Scottish and Celtic merchandise and crafts. In addition to food vendors, you’ll have an opportunity to savor the famous Scottish dish of haggis, grab yourself a “bellywasher” at the beer tent, or for a bit of great craic, sample a wee dram at one of our Whisky Tastings. Yes, “whisky” is how the Scots spell it, and it’s single-malt Scotch. Purchase your tickets in advance online to reserve your spot for our always-popular whisky tastings, as there is limited availability. The tasting is more of a classroom-like setting where participants sit for about an hour while our whisky concierge and tasting leader (or is that, “litre”?), Buz Dabkowski, will instruct you how to taste, judge flavor profiles, identify aromas and gain a better understanding of “the water of life”. Educate your mind and your palate while having fun. The instructions are fairly simple: “See, Swirl, Sniff, Sip, Savor, Repeat”. Our long-time partner and sponsor for the tastings is Edrington Brands, an international spirits company. Edrington’s acclaimed banner of brands include Highland Park, Macallan, Glenrothes Scotch and American Noble Oak Rye.Observe Highland life from the time of William Wallace through the Jacobite uprising in 1745 through the village setting of the Renaissance Scots Living History Association. The RenScots have been delighting Celtic festival guests with their re-enactments for 23 years. Besides sharing Scottish history, you’ll find demonstrations on heritage crafts such as weaving, leather working, basketmaking, blacksmithing, traditional culinary dishes and traditional Celtic folk music. And for a little more excitement, check out the fighting element of the RenScots, the Wolves of Dunvegan, a skilled display of ancient combat and swordsmanship. They’ll educate the public on their arsenal of broadswords, claymores and other assorted, historic weaponry (renscots.org).Events of the first day will wrap up with a Highland Rock & Roll concert Saturday night featuring Colorado’s own, Angus Mohr (7-9 p.m., included with admission). Angus Mohr revitalizes traditional Celtic music’s brogue with an American blues accent while rejuvenating rock ’n roll’s broad spectrum with bagpipes and pennywhistles. But their set list is also peppered with songs penned by Dylan, Pink Floyd, Johnny Cash and the Ramones. Angus Mohr crosses musical boundaries to pull in a diverse audience where fans steeped in blue collar classic rock, hippies old and young, and grown-up metal heads dance to timeless music about timeless ideas (www.angusmohr.com). Besides the concert, there will be plenty of traditional Scottish and Irish folk music throughout the weekend provided by local musicians such as Avourneen, Nerea the Fiddler, Wolf Loescher, Skean Dubh, Down the Back Lane, Gobs O’Phun and more.Other events include a Bonnie Knees Contest (Saturday), the Parade of British Dogs (10am both days), and of course, there’s plenty of children’s activities, field events and historical information to keep your wee bairns excited and engaged. And dinnae forget to haste ye back on Sunday morning for the Kirkin’ of the Tartan and Blessing of the Dogs. Afterwards, car enthusiasts can get revved up by our display of British cars on Sunday as well.Tickets are available at the gate or through the website (www.scottishgames.org) and parking is available at a nominal fee. Join the Colorado Scottish Festival for a fun-filled weekend and a bonnie good time for the entire family!We can use your help. As a non-profit organization, volunteers are crucial to the success of the Festival. Without this wonderful group of people, it just wouldn’t happen. If you would like to volunteer your time on the committee or at the Festival, let us know your interests and we’ll find the best fit for you. Please visit our website and click on the “Volunteer” button, or email volunteer@scottishgames.org.SPONSORS: Denver Polo Club, Renaissance Scots, Edrington Brands, Scottish Kings Gin, Belhaven Scotch Ale, SCFD, Men in Kilts and Renewal by Anderson, with more to be announced as the festival draws nearer.FESTIVAL DATES & TIMES: August 5-6, 2023; 9 am to 9 pm, Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm, SundayLOCATION: Denver Polo Club, 6359 Airport Road, Sedalia, CO 80135ADMISSION FEES AND PARKING:
For information regarding ticket costs, parking, or to order advance tickets online, please visit www.scottishgames.org.

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St. Ignatius Festival

St. Ignatius Festival

The Ignacio Creative District Presents: The St. Ignatius Festival! Enjoy fun for the whole family! There will be live music, local eats, craft and artists booths, a water station, mural painting, and more!  This is one celebration you won’t want to miss! Festivities begin right after the 10 am parade!

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The Family Center Fiesta 2022

The Family Center Fiesta 2022

The Family Center/La Familia has had the honor to serve our community for over 25 years. We celebrate our impact with supporters and guests at our annual Fiesta Party! This is a lively event filled with delicious Mexican food, margaritas, dancing, auctioned prizes, and more dancing! The local favorite, Manabi Latin Band, will be filling the air with their incredible music on the big stage. Our silent auction is known for being the LARGEST in NoCo! Our venue host, The Lyric, is the perfect setting, offering ideal open event space. Come dance with us!
 
This event is a way for our families, donors, board, and supporters to celebrate the impact we make in our community and the good work we do for our future: our youth.

Tickets include entrance to the party, 2 drink tickets, fiesta food, live music, and the opportunity to bid on fantastic auction items. Our VIP ticket included even more! We are proudly known for offering one of the LARGEST silent auctions in Northern Colorado!

Douglas County Fair Parade

In the early 1950’s the business community wanted to promote the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo prior to the event opening to increase commerce in their businesses. In its 37th year, the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo became even more grand when they included a fabulous parade to kick off and welcome the western heritage festivities. Following their success of putting on the parade the local business community decided they should join forces and create the Castle Rock Chamber in December 1955. Their purpose was to create an organization that would bring the business community together in promoting the very small community of Castle Rock and help their businesses grow. More than sixty five years later, the Chamber organization provides businesses the the opportunity to collaborate and work on solutions for the community and to connect with other business people.The Fair Parade, which originated in 1955 and has long since become a staple of the summer’s liveliest weekend of the Douglas County Fair & Rodeo’s public events. Represent your business and participate in the Chamber’s Fair Parade.
Saturday, July 29, 2023
Time: 9:30 AM
Downtown Castle Rock
Downtown Castle Rock
Parade starts at the south end of Town on Plum Creek
Turns Right and travels North down Wilcox St
Turns Right on 4th Street
Turns Right on Perry Street
Ends on 2nd Street

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Caveman Music Festival

Caveman Music Festival

September 1-3, 2023 — Weston, CO
3 Days of Music from 20+ Artists ↟ Fishing ↟ Camping ↟ HikingPASSES & PACKAGES ARE ON SALE NOW: www.CavemanMusicFestival.comCome tap into the spectacular wonderlands and mysteries of the southern Colorado mountains for 3 days of music from over 20 bands this Labor Day Weekend, 9.1-9.3.JJ Grey & Mofro – Shane Smith & the Saints – Dawes – Jamestown Revival – Brent Cobb – The Steel Woods – The Sheepdogs – Kolton Moore & TCF – Red Shahan – Pony Bradshaw – Uncle Lucius – The Mother Hips – Danielle Nicole – Aaron Raitiere – Marc Ford – Taddy Porter – Suzanne Santo – The Droptines – Midnight River Choir – Charlie Shafter – Brandon Adams – Pasadena – Estin & the 86’d – Jade Marie Patek – Wiskey Creek -Live show paintings by John BukatyIn southern Colorado mountains sits the bucolic village of Weston, an unincorporated community located on the Highway of Legends Byway. Deep in the Purgatoire River Valley surrounded by wildlife and the epic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Weston, Colorado is small-town nirvana, a place that has not yet been truly discovered but by the adventurous few.

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Anthem and Aria

Enigma Bazaar Presents Anthem and Aria : The Psychic Soulmates FEATURING Alec Mueller!

PRICE
General Admission
$15.00

As seen on America’s Got Talent and Hulu

Denver’s Best Magic Show! -Littleton Independant

“Anthem and Aria’s predictions come true! Powerful, Funny, and Memorable. You don’t want to miss this show” -Highlands Ranch Herald

“Relentlessly Entertaining.” -Westword “A Unifying Human Experience.” -JackCentral.org

Winners of Mentalist Of The Year, Best Variety Show, Best Family Show, and more!

Have you ever wondered what the future holds? Wished you could pull back the veil and see into the secret world of the mystic? Since childhood, Anthem and Aria both exhibited strange psychic abilities and after meeting and sharing their first kiss, their ESP powers have only grown.

Together, Anthem and Aria will establish an invisible mind to mind and heart to heart connection with everyone in the audience. This highly interactive experience features impossible mind reading stunts, psychic readings, and incredible Mind-Magic. The show is a blast for skeptics and believers alike and will leave you wondering if magic really exists!

Enjoy an interactive, amazing, and empowering show from America’s Got Talent stars, Anthem and Aria: The Psychic Soulmates.

GUEST STARRING ALEC MUELLER – COMEDY MIND-MAGIC! A rising star of magic, you’ve seen Alec on tv and at fairs, festivals, and theaters. He’s the “Life of the party” and known for his magical antics and natural wit. Catch him before he’s hit the big time!

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Mountain Village, Telluride Fine Art Festival

Telluride Fine Art Festival offers the ambiance of a modern town center coupled with the imagery of an alpine village. This festival is very busy with both Vail Valley locals and the weekend travelers looking for one-of-a-kind art.  Make your plans now to participate in this art festival that has been embraced by this community for over 30 years. Beaver Creek provides a scenic backdrop and an ideal target audience for a weekend art festival. We are excited to return to our original location of Beaver Creek Resort this year! 

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