“All the months are crude experiments, out of which the perfect September is made.”— Virginia Woolf
Well, we tried. Nonetheless, the pandemic sticks around like a foul odor, driving us all back indoors. So, while we’ve included a couple of real-life events in this monthly roundup of fun things to do in and around the Mile High City, most are virtual events.
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- Cherry Creek Arts Festival Homepage – Cherry Creek Arts Festival: As a safety measure to help control the flow of traffic throughout the event, CherryArts is requiring visitors to register for timed entry. Visit eventbrite for a FREE timed–entry ticket. Reservations may be made on-site when arriving. Visitors may arrive anytime within the hour selected and remain onsite as long as desired. *We will also be offering a Senior and Accessibility hour entry each morning beginning at 9 a.m.* The 2021 Cherry Creek Arts Festival will take place over Labor Day weekend, September 4, 5 & 6. To ensure this year’s event will be the safest possible environment for all involved, the 2021 event is also relocating to the creekside area of the Cherry Creek Shopping Center, directly across First Avenue from our traditional home in Cherry Creek North. We are committed to providing an unparalleled, high-quality experience celebrating arts and culture. We look forward to celebrating 30 years of Art for Everyone on Labor Day Weekend!
- Simphiwe Ndzube: Oracles of the Pink Universe: In the first US solo museum exhibition for South African contemporary artist Simphiwe Ndzube, Oracles of the Pink Universe presents eight new works exploring the interplay between magical realism and history. Through October 10th.
- National Hispanic Heritage Month in Denver: from Sept. 15–Oct. 15 each year, commemorates the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The celebration begins each year on Sept. 15, the anniversary of the independence of five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. Mexico, Chile and Belize also observe their independence days during this period.
- Alice In Wonderland When Alice falls down a rabbit hole, she stumbles upon Wonderland, a bizarre world filled with philosophical caterpillars, chaotic croquet games, and disorienting cats. Once she loses her memory, Alice must go on a journey to get it back. A modern adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic children’s book enhanced by an original soundtrack of eclectic music styles, Alice in Wonderland explores the power that comes with letting go and embracing the madness.
- Don’t Open That Door (Virtual) – Denver: Date: Friday, September 17th at 7:00pm Virtual live-stream from the stage! Suspenseful stories guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat. We will send you a link before the performance so that you can watch the show. Tickets $22. a person.
- Historic Denver Walking Tours: LoDo Walking Tour | Capitol Hill Walking Tour | Larimer Square Walking Tour | 16th Street Walking Tour | The Daniels & Fisher Tower Tour | Tour Times and Prices | Group Tours. In-person and virtual.