Things To Do On The Weekend Around Denver And Beyond | Denver Gazette



That beautiful white blizzard covering the prairie near Lamar is actually thousands upon thousands of migrating arctic geese. They are behind a fascinating birding event, the High Plains Snow Goose Festival, drawing crowds of birdwatchers to Prowers County. Field trips to reservoirs and canyons, seminars, photo contest experiences. Activities $15-$40 through Sunday,


The tragic love story of “Romeo and Juliet” comes to the Colorado Ballet stage for two weekends, with principal dancer Dana Benton celebrating her 20th season with the company. She was the sugar plum fairy, Odette/Odile in “Swan Lake” and Princess Aurora in “Sleeping Beauty”, but this is her first Juliette. Performances at the Ellie Caulkins Opera Friday through Sunday. Tickets $40-160, or 303-837-8888, extension 2.


A delicious and light goat yoga month at Four Mile Historic Park, 715 S. Forest St. This week’s special, Friday 5-6 p.m., Blacklight Goat Yoga with fluorescent colors and glow sticks and costume-clad goats. Tickets $30. On Sunday, Feb. 13, Nigerian Baby Goats join the Cupid’s Weekend action at 11 a.m., $30. Sundays, 6-8 p.m., Goatflix & Chill, watch outdoor movies amidst the herd of goats., $15. Also, regular baby goat yoga classes on weekends.


A red, white and blue day for the Olympic City USA of Colorado Springs beijing Winterfest Celebration to Olympic and Paralympic Museum. Athletes, street curling, music, tours and demonstrations in Museum Square, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, museum open at 9 a.m. Skating legend Peggy Fleming, Paralympian in track and field John Register, Olympian bobsled Vonetta Flowers. An Olympic torch relay, tai chi sword demonstrations, music from Soul School, Learn to Skate and the Beijing Olympics on the Jumbotron. Special Olympics activities and television continue at the museum until March 13., COVID security restrictions inside the museum.


Far East Center Lunar New Year Celebration takes over South Federal Boulevard Saturday and Sunday with year of the tiger lion dances, taiko drumming, ice sculpting, karate and tai chi, food and fashion shows.


“Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of La Malinche:” A figure in Mexican, Spanish, and indigenous history, La Malinche has been called a traitor as well as “mother of Mexico.” His enduring and controversial legacy is the focus of this Denver Art Museum exhibit featuring 68 works by 38 artists. A video presents her as the interpreter of Hernán Cortés as well as the mother of his first son. Learn how its political impact was felt on the US-Mexico border. From Sunday to May 8. The exhibit travels to Albuquerque in June and to San Antonio in October.

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