“Everything good, everything magical,  happens between the months of June and August. – Jenny Han

Well, here we are in July. At some point, I suppose we’ll all stop remarking on what an unusual year 2020 is, but I don’t think we’re there yet.  It seemed for a bit that the pandemic had died down, but then we found it hadn’t. Or else some people weren’t following health and safety guidelines and it got bad again. Nonetheless, we’re learning to live with the new normal. Things seem to change on the daily, but a good place to keep up (at least with what’s happening in Colorado) is Colorado COVID-19 Updates: Home. At Tree Ring Digital, we hope you’re managing to have a good summer.  To help you out on that, here’s our monthly roundup of “Thing to Do in Denver.” This month, once again, our list is virtual-ish. 

How else can we help? Does your business need a new website, or perhaps a revamp of the old one? SEO assistance? Marketing materials? The Tree Ring Digital team is expert in all of that and more. If you need help bringing your business back to life, or just want to find out what we can do for you, give us a call! We’re working (remotely) to help our clients through this challenging time. 

Try to find some joy this July , and be safe out there!


Free and Cheap Things for 4th of July in Denver – Food, Activities & Parties. Check this frequently updated list for what is and isn’t cancelled in and around Denver on the 4th of July. 

Join in a community letter-writing effort to cheer people in need. On Wednesday, July 15th, from 6 – 8 pm, head to Sloan Lake for an outdoor letter writing gathering to support More Love Letters. Send encouraging notes, spend time in a local park, meet new people, and have a great time (at a distance). Easily distributed food, like pizza, will also be provided since we are serving during dinner time.

ON-LINE CLASS Heavenly Denver Fri July 10th 6pm $10 Virtual Sip & paint! Get your drink AND your art on with other people…at home! 

Crested Butte Wildflower Festival. Head to Crested Butte July 10 – 19 and join in over 200 wildflower-based programs like hiking and sketching and taking photos in the gorgeous Colorado outdoors. 

How about a virtual game night?  Let’s Roam’s Virtual Game Night makes it easy for you to have an epic game night any night. A leader in global adventures, Let’s Roam has taken our mission virtual, helping people explore, discover, and connect through a one-of-a-kind video platform. We’ve combined crazy-fun games with embedded video chat software for a game night experience that will level up your joy.

Sloan’s Lake Summer BAZAAR  July 18 & 19.  Denver BAZAAR returns to Sloan’s Lake this summer for two-days of Colorado’s premiere makers marketplace, bringing the best crafters and artists together for a party in the streets!Sloan’s Lake Summer BAZAAR will feature shopping at over 100 local makers, craft beer tastings, fashion trucks, local food & more. Live DJs provide a funky Shopping & Sipping soundtrack all weekend long, plus local music discovery tents will be spread throughout the market with acoustic performances and collaborations!

Denver Small Press Fest.  On July 11th, check out this free celebration of print media! Zines, journals, books, comics, prints, and more will be featured in the galleries of the MSU Denver Center for Visual Art.  

Drafts and Laughs Denver Virtual Beer and Comedy Fest.  Drafts and Laughs Denver is a live stream, two-hour, virtual comedy and beer tasting festival designed to add some levity (and beer) to American lives during this challenging time. July 18, 7 – 9 pm.

Guided Meditation: Being Present – ONLINE. Hosted by the Denver Botanic Gardens. Tuesday, July 22 at 7pm. In a world of distractions and competing demands, a meditation practice focusing on the present moment enhances respite and repose. Join us as we explore the powerful benefits of practicing mindfulness with our breath and steps amid the serenity of the Gardens.This session will be held online in a Zoom meeting. Details on how to join the class will be emailed the day of the program. Since we cannot meet at the Gardens, the instructor will use guided imagery for this meditation.