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Valentine’s Inspired Events in Denver 2018

Posted on February 9, 2018 by Ray Williams (NMLS #216267).

Valentine’s day is just around the corner, do you have any plans?  And even if you do have some plans, maybe you can add these as just a little extra or perhaps a gift!

Denver truly has some talent in the arts and I can’t think of a better occasion to get yourself out to enjoy some of it. Here are a few options you could look into this year and most of these you don’t even have to have a valentine to enjoy or perhaps they could be enjoyed as a family.

Valentine inspired events:

Romeo & Juliet- Colorado Ballet, Feb. 16-25th- Let the Colorado Ballet take you away with Shakespear’s star-crossed lovers set to the stage with this romantic ballet, breathtaking choreography and musical score performed by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra

Aphrodite’s Switchboard, Feb.9, 10, 11 @ Performing Arts Complex at Pinnacle Charter

Photography courtesy of @Wonderbound

School; Feb. 17-18 @ Parker’s PACE Center, Feb. 24th @ the Newman Center-Wonderbound and Chimney Choir partner together to create a unique play, giving you a unique take on Aphrodite playing a switchboard operator who discovers she has the power to control the love lives of mortals with a single connection. But some wires get crossed and seemingly good intentions end up with some unintended consequences.

Valentine Inspired Art:

Arts at Denver Valentines Show, “Valentines from Afar”-Opening & Artist

Photography courtesy of @artatdenver, artist Dan Oakleaf

reception Feb. 9th, 5-8 p.m.- Gallery and guests artists focus on “in our hearts, by space or time, our special loves always, even from afar”

 

Museum of Contemporary Art’s video Love Is The Message, The Message is Death is on view in its Whole Room Gallery Feb.2-May13.  It is set to Kanye West’s “Ultralight Beam”, artist is Arthur Jafa

Denver Botanic Gardens-Orchids of Beauty- Orchid Showcase, Feb. 11-19,

Photo courtesy of @Denver Botanic Gardens

10:30 a.m, 12 pm & 2 p.m- Hundreds of exotic blooms, common specimens as well as rare orchids that are part of the Gardens’ living collection.

If you are needing a little more inspiration and looking for unique options some great resources to check out is 303 Magazine, Westword, and Eventbrite!

Don’t forget to share! We love hearing about new events, experiences at local events, and of course pictures!

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