“October had tremendous possibility. The summer’s oppressive heat was a distant memory, and the golden leaves promised a world full of beautiful adventures. They made me believe in miracles.” – Sarah Guillory
Hello October! There’s something so exciting about fall, isn’t there? The sweltering heat of summer is behind us, the air is crisp, and there’s a bit of magic in everything. As is befitting the season, Tree Ring’s monthly roundup of things to do in and around Denver is festive and includes some uniquely autumnal fun. Because we’re one of Denver’s leading digital marketing firms, we make sure we know what’s going on around town so you don’t have to. How else can we save you time? If your business needs a website or a digital marketing boost, call Tree Ring Digital at 303-218-5287.
Ermahgerd! The colors! The leaves!
We couldn’t possibly choose just one leaf-peeping route, so here’s a list of 21, all within four hours of Denver. COLORADO FALL LEAVES: Where are the best places in Colorado to see fall foliage? | FOX31 Denver
Let’s get corny!
Again, with the “too many to choose from!” Here’s a comprehensive list. Get out there and get lost. List: Corn mazes in Colorado for 2021 | FOX31 Denver
Lookin’ good, Punkin!
Fall into some old-fashioned fun during the annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival! In partnership with Adelska, Four Mile Historic Park has reimagined this fall favorite.
Tractors with a side a’ apples!
Celebrating Lakewood’s agricultural heritage with an entertaining mix of live performances, activities and tasty harvest treats, the annual Cider Days – City of Lakewood festival offers fun and excitement for the entire family!
If you want to get really, really frightened, have a go at 13th Floor Haunted House, Denver.
Yummy, funky, dazzling!
Love jazz music? Then you’ve got to check out Dazzle’s weekly Bread & Jam every Wednesday.
MCA Denver has a new exhibit. Deborah Roberts: I’m features all new work by the Austin-based artist (American, born 1962 in Austin, Texas), including collages, paintings, a sound and video installation, and text-based works on paper. Roberts critiques notions of beauty, the body, race, and identity in contemporary society.