Almost a century ago, T.S. Eliot wrote that “April is the cruelest month” in his famous poem The Waste Land. Today, his words seem more true than ever as the weather is warming up and we, citizens of Denver (and the world) are stuck inside, self-quarantining, social-distancing, and wondering what’s in store for our future. But Tree Ring Digital is here to help you take a break from the stress of the pandemic with our monthly installment of things to do in Denver – THE VIRTUAL EDITION! 

While Netflix and social media are great, there’s only so many times you can binge watch The Office and scroll through your Facebook feed before you begin to get a bit stir crazy. So we’ve combed the internet to find Denver-based things that you and your family can do online while you’re stuck inside. 

As for the Tree Ring Digital team, we’re still working – remotely – to help businesses succeed. If you need website and/or marketing help in these trying times, give us a call. We’re here to help. 


Arts & Culture

From Metropolitan State University’s Center for Visual Art: Let’s socialize from a distance! Welcome to our weekly art happy hour and virtual Culture Club. 


Ever wonder about the stories of the places you pass? On Denver Story Trek you’ll explore the stories behind Denver’s historic landscapes and landmarks on an interactive, self-guided tour of the city. It’s simple to use and free!


Check out DAM’s treasures from the comfort of your living room.


The way Kirkland Museum displays its three collections gives it a noticeably different atmosphere than most other museums. Use the link to take a virtual tour. 


Meetups, book reviews, and more from your friendly local literary center. 



While we all adjust to new normals, the AAC is creating a new way to connect: Clubhouse Live, a virtual weekly gathering hosted by members of the AAC community. It’s a chance for us to come together from the safety and comfort of our homes, to learn something new, and to meet our fellow climbers. We don’t have to share a rope to share the stoke—climb on into the Clubhouse!


Take a virtual tour of the gardens. 



Scavenger hunts, designed to spark creativity, discovery. and a sense of adventure, all from your home.


DMNS offers a plethora of fun virtual learning activities for families.


A virtual safari!



Now you can study the art of comedy in the comfort of your own home! 


Modern dance master Hannah Kahn will be teaching her Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday dance classes using ZOOM. Tuesday and Thursday classes will run from 10-11:30 and Saturday classes will run from 10:30-11:45.


Slow Food Live is a series of (free) sessions led by experts in a skill or topic, that you can join from anywhere on your laptop or phone.


Learn to cook something new with professional local chefs! 


Ever wanted to learn to speak French? Now’s your chance! Alliance Française de Denver is offering free online classes.