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It’s that time of year when everybody’s starting to get together for the fall and winter season. The holidays will be here soon and Denver wants to get you ready with some activities for the family. From a free botanical gardens day to festivals, holiday tales to sports events, there are a ton of activities coming up in the city. Check out these events in November through Denver.

Denver Zoo Free Admission

Zoo lovers can enjoy one of the last zoo days before the freezing temps arrive. The Denver Zoo is offering free admission for one more day on November 14th and 20th. Head over to the zoo from 10am-5pm to see the animals before the winter season. Free admission is only good for Colorado residents.

Denver Botanic Gardens Free Admission


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Friends Watching Football at a SportsbarWith so many bars in Northern Colorado, how do you know which ones offer the best game-watching experience? Some places can be too loud while others are too expensive. If you’re looking for places with several TVs, great drink specials and a great atmosphere, try one of these spots in Northern Colorado to watch the big game.

C.B. & Potts Restaurant & Brewery - 1415 West Elizabeth Street, Fort Collins

Another Fort Collins bar, C.B. & Potts Restaurant & Brewery has been a top choice for 40 years. It’s just blocks away from Colorado State University making it a big college bar. They are also a brewery which makes it even better since Colorado folks love local brew. Check out the excellent food, beer and game day specials here.

Old Chicago


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Tennis CourseDenver is a town that sees beautiful weather all year but in the colder months it’s not a good idea to try to play sports like tennis. Fortunately the city has created indoor options to enjoy this favorite American sport. There are affordable indoor clays for the poor weather days and outdoor courts and facilities to practice your tennis skills. Here are the best places to practice around Denver.

Denver Tennis Club - 400 Forest Street, Denver

You’ll find two clay courts at the Denver Tennis Club. They actually are host to the Denver City Open and the staff here is friendly and professional. It’s located in a nice quiet neighborhood in the city and they keep some of the best trainers on staff. At DTC you can take lessons or become a member to enjoy

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Tailgating - Image Credit: is extremely popular around Denver. Since football season is here, tailgating is in full force. The tradition takes place in parking lots of venues around Denver and each one offers a different experience. Here is a look at the best tailgating lots around Denver.

1st Bank Center - 11450 Broomfield Lane, Broomfield

A half hour away from downtown, the 1st Bank Center is a great choice for tailgating. Home to the Denver Roller Dolls, the 1st Bank Center also feature amazing musicians like The Black Keys, Radiohead and Tom Petty. Tailgating takes place in two parking lots before the show and it costs $10-$15 to park.

Red Rocks Amphitheater - 18300 W. Alameda Parkway, Morrison

Red Rocks is probably the best venue in Colorado if not the

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The Colorado Convention Center is the place to go in the city for events and meetings. The building offers a beautiful landmark to the city that includes a practical and easily accessible facility for special events. It’s walking distance to restaurants, theatre, shopping and hotels around Denver.

This November the Colorado Convention Center is bringing a few special events to get the city including holiday fun and other useful events. Here is what you can expect at the Colorado Convention Center this fall.

Holiday Food and Gift Festival

From November 21st-23rd the Holiday Food and Gift Festival will be available to the public. For the 28th year you can participate in the largest holiday celebration of the Midwest. Get your shopping done early

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HatsFall is here and hats are becoming more and more popular. Colder weather is here and people need a great hat to wear with their jacket. Hats are great to keep you warm or just to add an extra special touch to a great outfit. If you’re looking for a cold weather hat, fedora, cowboy hat or even top hat, you can find all types of hats at these shops around Denver.

High Country Western Wear - 4900 Allison Street, Arvada, CO

If you’re looking for a great cowboy hat, you have to try High Country Western Wear. Men, women and children can get casual and dressy hats here as well. Everything is well-displayed and you can even order hats online to be shipped. Find a hat for almost any occasion at High Country Western Wear in Arvada.

Boss Vintage - 10 South

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Sangria - Image Credit: is embracing the cooler temperatures and restaurants are changing up their seasonal menus. It’s time to bring out the cold-weather treats including everyone’s favorite sangria. Most restaurants in Denver are offering it from Spanish to Cuban restaurants but these spots are the top picks for great Sangria in Denver.

Zengo - 1610 Little Raven Street, Denver, CO 80202

Zengo is a Latin-Asian fusion restaurant located in LoHi neighborhood of Denver. You’ll love the traditional red and white sangrias paired with your Chinese Beef Braised Shortribs or Charred Tuna Wonton Tacos. The staff knows what pairs well together too.

Rioja - 1431 Larimer Street, Denver, CO

If you like Mediterranean food, Rioja is a great place to have Mediterranean food

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This November you can join in the fun at the 16th Annual Beajolais & Beyond Festival full of wine, food, fun and entertainment. This amazing event will be open to the public and you won’t want to miss your chance to try out French wines and gourmet foods from some of the finest chefs in Colorado. Here is what you can expect for this year’s festival.

What is the festival for?

The 16th Annual Beaujolais & Beyond Festival is a chance for the public to experience a taste of Denver. The event is intended to be a food and wine festival to celebrate the arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau wine to the Rocky Mountain Region.

The event will gather over 600 American and French business leaders, food and wine enthusiasts as well as Francophiles from all over

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Did you know Denver offers some beautiful historical home tours around the area? From museums to mansions and parks, here are some locations near Denver where you can enjoy a piece of history.

Molly Brown House Museum - 1340 Pennsylvania Street, Denver, CO

If you want to see one of the most popular historic sites in the whole state of Colorado, go to the Molly Brown House Museum. It was the home of Margaret Molly Brown during her time living in Denver. She was a Titanic survivor and a social and political activist and philanthropist.

The museum allows you to take a guided tour every half hour through the museum and as well as experience special programs about the Titanic. If you want to bring a big group, make sure to make a reservation.

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Denver Light Rail - Image Credit: of the great things about Denver is the Light Rail system. It allows you to visit tourist attractions around town without driving or walking. Some attractions are not available by the light rail but you can take the rail and walk a short distance to get there. It’s a fun and convenient way to travel around town. In fact, the city will be adding a service from the Denver International Airport to downtown’s Union Station coming in 2016. Here are the attractions easily accessible from the Light Rail.

The C, E, and W Lines

If you take the C, E, or W Lines you can get to Elitch Gardens or the Pepsi Center. The Pepsi Center is where the Colorado Avalanche hockey team and Denver Nuggets baseball team reside. There are plenty of concerts and events

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