Denver Weekend Rundown: Nov. 8-10

Looking for things to do in Denver this weekend? The RedPeak staff has your back. Here’s a list of our top picks for Nov. 8-10.



Colorado Ski & Snowboard Expo Held at the Colorado Convention Center today through Sunday, this show is the largest ski and board sale in the state, with 20,000 square feet of gear and clothing that costs 40 to 75% less than last season’s prices! Other expo highlights include a kiddie slope and snowboard park where beginners can learn the ropes, an Olympic aerial demonstration by the Flying Aces, and the 3rd Annual Rocky Mountain Brew Fest featuring dozens of beers and ales from Colorado breweries.

Condom Couture To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center is hosting a fashion show featuring designs made out of condoms. Yes, you read that correctly. The show, held at the Boulder Theater, will be emceed by Denver Fashion Founder Brandi Shigley, and proceeds will benefit the clinic’s services and teen outreach programs.


Colorado Country Christmas Gift Show Get  a head start on your holiday shopping at this show, which features hundreds of vendors selling arts and crafts, like wood carvings, stained glass and  pottery, as well as seasonal decorations, home décor, and gourmet and specialty foods, like cookies, nuts, jams and jellies. Kids (and kids at heart) can take a picture with Santa in Candyland 2,000 square feet display of candy and sweet confectionsand check out an elaborate train exhibit that has multiple levels and three trains running simultaneously. This show, at the Denver Mart, ends tomorrow.

All Jacked Up ’13: 5th Annual Denver Lumberjack Party Grab a flannel shirt and head to The Tavern Downtown for (probably) the biggest lumberjack party in the world. Last year, more than 750 people attended! Drink specials, including a free Bud or Bud Light for those dressed in lumberjack attire, and raffle prizes are among the festivities. Suggested donations of $3 to $5 will be taken at the door, and proceeds go to Environmental Learning for Kids, a Denver-based non-profit that offers science education and outdoor experiences to underserved urban youths.


Denver International Wine Festival Today is your last chance to check out this festival showcasing more than 400 international wines from 18 countries. If you’re feeling fancy, attend the Julia Child Tribute Champagne Luncheon featuring dishes from the famous chef’s All-American menu paired with selections from some of the top champagne houses in the world. The fest is donating a portion of ticket sales, and 100% of the proceeds of all silent and live auctions, to Share Our Strength, a national nonprofit dedicated to ending childhood hunger in America.

What are you up to this weekend? Tweet us your plans!

Photo courtesy of All Jacked Up.

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