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Holidays at the Hangar

Enjoy carolers, live reindeer and more at Wings Over the Rockies. Go online for pricing.

Haunted Trail Adventure

Experience BCLP in all its haunted magic with an evening of ghostly trails and tales. Walk along the Owl Trail and discover critters, visit the photo booth and enjoy marshmallows and hot chocolate. Register online. $5, 3 and younger are free.

Summertime Tea in the Gardens

Attend a morning of tea tasting and education by Denver Botanic Gardens and Denver Tea Room in the serene Woodland Mosaic Gardens in the brand new glass enclosed Solarium. $42, $38 member.

Jeff & Paige at the Rayback Collective

Enjoy an indoor, hour-long, science and nature-focused kids' concert with skits, quick costume changes, and audience participation. Ages 3-8.

Holiday Walk at Hiwan Museum

Step into Hiwan Museum during Evergreen’s annual Downtown Holiday Walk. Enjoy roasting chestnuts, hot cider, and more.

Peace Garden After School Garden Club

Thu. through Oct. 5. Learn how to make snacks with garden-fresh produce and participate in a variety of garden activities. Drop in for certain classes or attend the series. Ages 4-11. $15 per child. $50 for the series when you register for all four weeks.

Kidtopia Culinary Festival

Join this inaugural event, a week-long celebration of all things food and family fun. Events occur throughout Keystone Resort and include a Carnival Bounce Party, Fireside cocoa and coloring, kids yoga, tubing, and an ice cream sundae party.

Bread Making Class

Learn all the tips and tricks to baking that perfect loaf of bread. Parents/adults. See website for details.

Anniversary Dine-Around

Celebrate Snowmass’ 50th Anniversary by visiting restaurants offering $19.67 and $50 dining specials.

Movie & Martinis: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

7:30pm film starts. Enjoy two drinks (signature cocktails, beer or wine,), a dinner menu prepared by our in-house culinary team, popcorn and the classic film on the Giant Screen. 21 and older. $26-$36.

Spooktacular Halloween Treats for Kids

Make mummy cookies, claw cupcakes, and itsy bitsy spider pizzas while learning cooking techniques. Ages 8-14. $49 per person. Reservations required.

Brunch with Father Christmas

Feast on seasonal fare and participate in traditional holiday merrymaking. Reserve online. $20 adult member, $13 child member ages 3-13, $25 adult, $16 child ages 3-13.

Kids DIY Pizza Party

Let the kids help make a pizza that includes up to three toppings, with the help of a staff member. The price includes a child's drink and an adult drink.

Costumed Kids Eat Free

Enjoy a deal when kids dressed in costume eat free from Mici’s Bambini Menu, with the purchase of an adult entrée. Options include a kids-sized Cheese, Pepperoni or Veggie Pizza; bow-tie pasta with family-recipe Marinara or Alfredo sauce, or simple butter and parmesan; fun add-ons include Horizon Organic Milk or Chocolate Milk and a side…

French Chef Series

Practice culinary skills with Alliance Française de Denver, making French cuisine like crepes and pastries. Space is limited. Sign up outside The Teaching Kitchen.

Forks, Corks & Ales

Enjoy food and drinks from local restaurants, artisans, microbreweries and wineries. There will also be a children’s area with entertainment and activities, and live music all day. $10 adults, $5 ages 6-12, free age 5 and under.

Breakfast with Santa

Eat pancakes, do crafts and meet Santa. $11 in advance, $15 day-of.

Night at the Museum

Experience the Four Mile House after dark; listen to live music and campfire tales and enjoy special activities and demonstrations. Refreshments and s'more kits available for purchase.

Halloween Tea at the Byers-Evans House

Enjoy a tour of the historic Byers-Evans House Museum followed by tea sandwiches, scones, fresh fruit and desserts at a special Halloween tea. Look for Halloween decor and learn about traditions from the past. Reservations required. $20 members, $25 nonmembers. $20 children.

Girls Night Out: Fall’s Best Flavors

Invite your girlfriends for a night of laughter and fresh flavors, during which you’ll make stuffed endive with grapes, pecans and blue cheese; all squash risotto with shaved parmesan, pan-roasted chicken with sage jus, and mini apple rose tarts $69.

Tesoro Cultural Center’s Las Posadas

Listen to live musicians play customary Las Posadas songs, participate in a reenactment of Joseph and Mary’s journey to Bethlehem as depicted in the Christian bible and enjoy complimentary biscochito cookies with hot cider and Mexican hot chocolate.

Family Night at the Bindery

Go out for a family dinner, with a children's menu that includes mac and cheese, meatballs on a bed of cheese grits, and prosciutto-wrapped roasted chicken and potatoes. Each meal features a healthy beverage and homemade ice cream. In addition, a family-style meal featuring stone oven slow roasted whole organic chicken, organic vegetables, salad, and…

Movie & Martinis – Friday the 13th

6pm doors open; 7:30 film starts. Enjoy two drinks (signature cocktails, beer or wine) dinner menu prepared by an in-house culinary team, movie and popcorn and the classic film on the Giant Screen. Adult 21 and older. $26-$36.

Jeff & Paige at the Rayback Collective

Enjoy an indoor, hour-long, science and nature-focused kids' concert with skits, quick costume changes, and audience participation. Ages 3-8.

The Nutcracker Tea

Enjoy a holiday tradition from the Colorado Conservatory of Dance, with Victorian tea and service, treats, story-telling, and entertainment from The Nutcracker. All ages. Reservations required. $40 adult, $30 children and seniors. Sit with Clara, Nutcracker Prince, Sugar Plum Fairy or the Dew Drop Fairy for an extra $10.

Spooktacular Halloween Treats for Kids

Have your young chef learn how to bake and decorate colorful and creepy cupcakes, spine-tingling spider-pizzas and ghoulish mummy cookies. Ages 8-14. $49.

Sugar Plum Tea Party

Enjoy an afternoon with tea and the Centennial State Ballet, sweet and savory edibles and harp accompaniment, a mini-Nutcracker performance and a souvenir photo taken with the Sugar Plum Fairy. $35. Reservations required.

Buckaroo Breakfast

Lasso up some fun with grandma and grandpa. Grandparents and grandkiddos will enjoy a full cowboy breakfast, private play throughout the Museum and wild west-inspired activities.

Fall Harvest Festival

Sept 4 through mid Nov, 9am-6pm daily. Harvest your own vegetables from the fields, learn about Colorado produce, enjoy the petting zoo and other activities. $20 adult, $15 ages 4-12. Free under age 3; discounts for groups. Cost includes four bags of produce per person to take home.

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