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Thursday – Halloween

A park above Denver’s first cemetery, it’s the perfect place for a cemetery. Cheesman Park Ghost Tour. A 90 minute walking ghost tour packed with history. A scary story proves if the park really is haunted. $20 – $25 Tickets:

Thursday – Saturday

Comedian/social commentator with household names on Netflix, NPR, CPR, Conan, YouTube needle Kondabolu I’ll be performing at Comedy Works at 1226 15th St. this weekend. Two performances on Friday and Saturday. Tickets:

Friday to Sunday

“You are Harry the Wizard,” they say. And “you” are going to Colorado this weekend with all your wizard friends. LeakyCon Denver. The Crowne Plaza Denver Airport Convention Center hosts three days of events including Harry Potter, Costume Contest, Actors, Stories, Marketplace, Wizard Rock Band and more. Times and Tickets:

Friday to Sunday

Victorian Horrors at Molly Brown House Museum Start your weekend at the famous Capitol Hill Museum. This year marks the 29th local theater performance of a gothic horror story by local actors. Weekend to October 29th. Entry times are every 15 minutes, from 5pm to 9pm he requires a mask. Prices start at $19. It’s also effectively $20 per family. Tickets:

Saturday and Sunday

Irish music, dance, food and cultural history Monsignor Henry Robinson Colorado Irish Festival, Annunciation Catholic School, 3536 Lafayette St., Denver. Connecting the heritage of Ireland and Mexico through San Patricos. $20, $1 for children. Carrigan Division Ancient Hibernian Knights/Colorado. 9am-5pm Tickets:


this is bottle opener In fundraising for community service and projects for the Rotary Club of the Parker Foundation. Vehicle Vault Automotive Museum, 18301 Lincoln Meadows Parkway, Noon to 5:30 PM Wine Tasting and Magician.


free Family Fall Fun Open House Information about Bounce House, Food Trucks, Yard Games, and Fall Family Programs Saturday 10am-2pm at the YMCA Metro Denver. Arvada YMCA, 6350 Eldridge St.; Aurora YMCA, 6100 S. Kewaunee Way; Southwest YMCA, 5181 W. Kenyon Ave. October 18: Downtown Denver YMCA, 25 E. 16th Ave. Suite B. October 22: Littleton YMCA, 11 W. Dry Creek Court.; University Hills YMCA, 3901 E. Yale Ave.

Saturday and Sunday

Collect a Con Exciting times are coming for trading card collectors. Add to that anime and pop culture. Join Big Blue Bear at the Colorado Convention Center (700 14th St.) for Sports Cards, Teenage His Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vanilla Ice Concert, 500 Vendors, Comic Books and Toys, Pokemon, Metazoo, Yugi. Oh! more. $45, kids 7 and under free.


Time for a competition with delicious cooking treats 2022 Hispanic Top Chef, CSU Spur, 4817 National Western Drive, Denver. From noon to 5 p.m., chefs from all over the country come together for wine, mezcal and tequila tastings. $65+,

October 17th: Nelfes in autumn — Face painting, photo booths, kids crafts, and more for all ages, 11am-6pm, Dairy Block Alley, 1800 Wazee St., Denver.

October 17-31: Black Lagoon Halloween Pop-up BarYacht Club, Denver

October 18-23: Glow at the GardensDenver Botanical Garden, 1007 York Street, Denver.

October 14-15: thanksgiving song — Cherry Creek Corral, Bethany Lutheran Church, Cherry Hills Village (Denver MSMD).

October 15-16: story on stage — “Stone Animals,” October 15th at 7pm, Nomad Playhouse Boulder. October 16, 2:00 PM, Su Teatro Cultural & Performing Arts Center, Denver.

October 13-31: “Haunting of Breck Theater” — Breckenridge Theatre, 121 S. Ridge Street, Breckenridge.