Friday, September 14, 2012

Five Fun Things to Do in Denver Sept. 14-Sept. 16, 2012

Here are some other fun and affordable things to do around Denver this weekend, Sept. 14 - Sept. 16, 2012

The 45th Annual Gem and Mineral Show. Admission $6 adults, $4 for teens and seniors over 65, kids under   13 FREE when accompanied by an adult. Excellent Fossil Expo is included with admission, and please don't miss the room of glowing rocks. At Denver's Merchandise Mart through Sunday. More info at above link.

Denver Bead Show is at the Merchandise Mart Annex through Sunday. FREE admission. Pretty,shiny beads. Can't resist them!

Celtic Harvest Festival in Edgewater. FREE admission. Enjoy Celtic music and dancers, Renaissance Scots Village, dog games, a farmers market, food and drink and activities for all ages. Edgewater Citizen's Park
22st and Benton, Denver. Saturday Sept. 15 and Sunday Sept. 16. 

The Fort restaurant's 11th Spanish Colonial and Western Art Market and 1830s Rendezvous. You don't have to be a history buff to love this annual Morrison, Co. event. $6 admission. Seniors and students $3, kids under 12 are FREE.. Historical interpreters and colorful Mountain men and women trappers and traders from the Bent's Fort era sell and trade goods and put on a show. Much fun for all ages.10AM-5PM  Saturday Sept 15-Sunday Sept. 16. The Fort is at 19192 Highway 8, Morrison. 

An institution in South Denver, the Bonnie Brae Tavern celebrates 78 years in business with a Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday Sept. 15 from 11AM to close. Stop by to get a sneak peek at their new fall menu. Enjoy food specials such as crispy rellenos for $3.50, spaghetti and meatballs for $2.50 and Reuben sliders for $3.50. A Coors Light is $2.50, Sam Adams Drafts are $3 and Stella Artois is $3.50. Such a deal! The Tavern also plans to hold drawings throughout the day. 740 S. University Blvd., Denver.

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