9 Things to do in Denver & Colorado this weekend: Feb. 4, 5, 6


The Colorado Ballet opens its latest manufacturing and golden retrievers collect in Golden.

COLORADO, USA — Happy February!

From ballet and ice fishing to golden retrievers and chocolate, there is no scarcity of festivals, expos, efficiency artwork and sporting occasions this first weekend of February. Enjoy the weekend freed from soccer take a look at one in all these happenings in the Centennial State.

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GOLDEN — Goldens in Golden is again on Saturday, Feb. 5 for a celebration of International Golden Retriever Day. Humans and their well-behaved golden retrievers are invited to collect on the Golden Visitors Center beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday. The Golden retriever gathering will stroll down Washington Avenue for a bunch picture close to the “Welcome to Golden” arch. The occasion celebrates these widespread pooches with a number of enjoyable, fanfare, fluff and picture ops.

DENVER — Colorado Ballet’s latest manufacturing opens Friday, Feb. 4 for an eight-performance run on the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. With spectacular units, costumes and particular results, the magical ballet “Romeo & Juliet” sees Derek Deane’s choreography set to the music of Sergei Prokofiev, carried out dwell by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. Romeo & Juliet performs by Sunday, Feb. 13. For tickets, head to ColoradoBallet.org.

DENVER — The DCPA Theatre Company holds the world premiere of “Rattlesnake Kate” this weekend on the newly-renovated Wolf Theatre. The story of notorious Greeley frontierswoman Kate Slaughterback impressed musician Neyla Pekarek and playwright Karen Hartman to create this new musical. Aurora native Pekarek launched her debut solo album and the premise for the musical after touring and recording with the folk-rock band The Lumineers for eight years. Tickets for Rattlesnake Kate begin at $30 and could also be bought at DenverCenter.org.

ARVADA — Olde Town Arvada will likely be a chocolate lovers’ paradise throughout this weekend’s A Chocolate Affair. The chocolate pageant presents enjoyable actions together with a treasure hunt and chocolate samplings. Proceeds from the occasion — which runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 5 — will profit Ralston House Child Advocacy Center.

BRIGHTON — The tenth annual Bald Eagle Festival will likely be held Saturday, Feb. 3 at Barr Lake State Park. The occasion presents crafts for teenagers, life-size eagle fest development, guided hike and dwell raptor presentation for teenagers of all ages. The Bald Eagle Festival begins with a guided hike Saturday at 9 a.m.

DENVER — The Colorado Symphony will carry out the epic rating to Disney’s Fantasia for two performances this weekend. The groundbreaking marriage of symphonic music and animation will likely be carried out dwell by the orchestra with footage proven above on the large display. The performances on Friday and Saturday embody repertoire from the unique 1940 model and Fantasia 2000 together with “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, and Suite from The Nutcracker.

DENVER — Lose some sweat earlier than subsequent weekend’s huge sport on the Super Bowl 5K. Denver’s Wash Park is the positioning of Denver’s largest Super Bowl Run. The occasion includes a 5K Run & Walk in addition to a Kids Fun Run. Participants ought to come dressed in their craziest soccer fan gear for the costume contest and post-race picture alternatives. The Super Bowl 5K will get underway at 9 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 6. Race registration may be completed online.

WALDEN — Delaney Butte Lakes is the positioning of this weekend’s Ice Fishing Contest in the North Park space. The contest pays out a $1,500 Grand Prize and down to a 3rd place at $500. Hourly prizes are additionally awarded to the biggest fish caught throughout that hour. The Delaney Butte Lakes Ice Fishing Contest is about for 6 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 5. Contest registration is available online.

EAGLE — Sylvan Lake State Park is the positioning of the ninth annual Showshoe for Peru 5K. The family-friendly group occasion, which helps to present an schooling for youth in Peru, is open to all health ranges and age teams. The occasion is about for 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 5. Registration is available online and a digital choice is on the market as properly.

DENVER — The Colorado Mammoth are again in the Mile High City this weekend to tackle the Calgary Roughnecks. The Mammoth and Roughnecks play Saturday, Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. at downtown Denver’s Ball Arena. For tickets, go to Ticketmaster.com.

New this season, the Mammoth have a Party Zone between sections 108 and 118 the place followers can get pleasure from video games and leisure with a rotating band and DJ appearances. The distinctive, standing-room-only space includes a enjoyable mixture of yard video games, drink choices, social alternatives and extra.

DENVER — Mile High Basketball continues this weekend with two video games at Ball Arena. Nikola Jokić and the Denver Nuggets host the New Orleans Pelicans at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4 adopted by a day sport on Sunday, Feb. 6 with the Brooklyn Nets. Tipoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. Sunday. Tickets can be found by Ticketmaster.com.

DENVER — Wrestling followers, rejoice! WWE Monday Night Raw will likely be held at Ball Arena on Monday, Feb. 7 at 5:30 p.m. Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch, Big E, Kevin Owens, Bianca Belair, Liv Morgan, Randy Orton and Riddle are among the many wrestling stars scheduled to seem. “Raw” tickets are on sale at Ticketmaster.com and BallArena.com beginning at $20.

Movies this weekend

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” continues its future on the North American film field office. The Marvel superhero epic now has collected $737 million in North America, which places it in fourth place on the checklist of the highest-grossing home releases of all time. The movie has led the field office six occasions in its seven weeks of launch.

New films this weekend

  • Jackass Forever
  • Moonfall
  • The Wolf and the Lion

Last weekend’s field office

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home — $11 million
  2. Scream — $7.2 million
  3. Sing 2 — $4.7 million
  4. Redeeming Love — $1.8 million
  5. The King’s Man — $1.7 million

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