Check out these opportunities to support community organizations, enjoy a spring day outside, and take advantage of a free cultural experience.
April 3, 11 a.m.
Hop over to Citizen’s Park for a free egg hunt by My Make Studio and Tilford’s Pizza; get there early and follow safety protocols and capacity limits. Spots are guaranteed for those who purchase the Easter Bunny Special, which includes a Bunny Pizza from Tilford’s and a Bunny Cupcake to decorate at My Make Studio. Don’t forget a basket to gather your goodies.
Price: Free, $20 Easter Bunny Special.
Location: Citizen’s Park, Edgewater.
April 7 to 28, Wednesdays, 3 p.m.
Tune in to weekly episodes about Earth as it appears from space and how knowledge gathered from satellites and other space ventures has helped support people on the planet. Find corresponding activities online. Geared toward grades 4-8.
April 10, 10 a.m. to noon
Celebrate National Beaver Day with SPREE’s Beaver Bonanza curbside event. Families will get packaged materials and activities to do on their own. These will encourage kids to spend some time outside, but can be done inside, too. Geared toward elementary-aged kids, but can be done by all ages. Register online.
Location: Garfield Lake Park, Denver.
April 16 to May 9; Thursday through Saturday, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m.
Enjoy the conscious comedy of Jacqueline Marie Butler’s journey about being uprooted from her middle-class lifestyle in 1950s Queens, New York, to her adventures in a progressive, predominantly Jewish private school in Greenwich Village. It’s set to the soundtrack of Motown and the backdrop of the budding Civil Rights era. Find tickets online.
Price: $28-$40 adult; $20-28 seniors, military, student, industry; $15 youth age 12 and under.
Location: The Aurora Fox Theatre, Aurora.
April 17, 2 p.m.; April 29, 4 p.m.
Watch Corey the Dribbler’s basketball handling skills while he inspires you with his story. In addition to being a Guinness World Record holder, Corey teaches the value of reading and how it led him to win a spot on the Harlem Globetrotters. He encourages kids to excel in school while bringing a positive attitude with them every day. Ages 5-12. Register online.
April 22, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Support REVEL’s work to offer mentorship, social skill building, and learning help to teens and adults with autism. Enjoy local artists’ works and a viewing of the new REVEL facility. Bid on artwork, secure a raffle ticket, and schedule a time to come in to see the artwork in person.
Price: $50 per person
April 25, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Visit the Denver Art Museum and enjoy free general admission. Visit the family space on level three to play the Art Spy: Giant Seek and Find game. A ticket reservation is required.
Location: Denver Art Museum