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Winning Wednesday: Win tickets to the Denver Botanic Gardens!

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Denver Botanic Gardens strives to entertain and delight while spreading the collective wisdom of the Gardens through outreach, collaboration and education. Our conservation programs play a major role in saving species and protecting natural habitats for future generations. We have two locations: 24-acre York St. location in Denver and a 200-acre working farm at Chatfield Farms in Littleton. We also curate a garden and hiking trail at Mt. Goliath on Mt. Evans.
 
What’s fun, new or fabulous this summer?
 
The Gardens’ annual outdoor art exhibition is Calder: Monumental, featuring nine massive sculptures by iconic American artist, Alexander Calder. The exhibition is not traveling so this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see this collection of sculptures in one place. The abstract metal sculptures are beautiful against the Gardens’ flowers and plants. The exhibition is on view through Sept. 24. The Summer Concert Series takes place June 1 – August 31 and features a dynamic variety of performances by renown musicians including the Gipsy Kings, TajMo, Jose Gonzalez, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Buddy Guy and more. 
 
What are the ticket prices? 

General admission to the Gardens’ York St. location is 

  • Members Free
  • $12.50 Adult
  • $9.50 Seniors (65+), Military & Veterans (w/ID)
  • $9 Students (w/ID)
  • $9 Children 3-15
  • Children 2 & Under Free
The Calder: Monumental exhibition is included with admission but concerts and other programs have a separate charge.
 

Contest 

Mile High Mamas is giving away four tickets to the Denver Botanic Gardens. You may enter as many as five times.

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