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Deals: Broncos pizza party, library bash, Botanic Gardens and more

Deals:  Broncos pizza party, library bash, Botanic Gardens and more

Broncos pizza party

Game day and pizza go hand-in-hand, so this offer from Papa John’s will surely get plenty of play. Through the entire season, they’re offering a “Broncos Special” with two large three-topping pizzas for $18. It’s a better deal than most others around town. However, you must purchase two pizzas to get the promo price. The discount is available for online orders with promo code BRONCOS18. Papajohns.com

Boxed in

The Broncos just keep giving us more reasons to savor football season. Fans can tackle big hunger with this McDonald’s deal, available every day, for a limited time. For $15, get a Broncos Bundle Box with two Big Macs, two medium fries and 20 Chicken McNuggets at participating locations. It’s definitely a great score. And, while supplies last, the bargain box comes with a free Broncos flag to show your orange and blue pride. mccolorado.com

Polly wants a doughnut

Grab yer swashbucklers and head to Krispy Kreme on Sept. 19 for some sweet treasure. Any buccaneer who dares to enter a store talking like a pirate gets a free Original Glazed doughnut. Wear full pirate attire for a bounty of a dozen free original glazed donuts. For safety reasons, no weapons (fake or real) are allowed. Alas, me hearties, there are only two Front Range stores: Lone Tree (7514 Parkway Drive ) and Thornton (1051 E. 120th Ave.) krispykreme.com

Free cup of java

What’s the latest buzz? From Sept.16 to 29, stop by any participating McDonald’s for a free small McCafé coffee. The perk is available during breakfast hours only, drive-thru or dine-in. Limit one cup per customer, per visit. mcdonalds.com

Libraries rock

We always say the most valuable card in your wallet is your library card. These days, libraries offer so much more than just books. You’ll find everything from 3D printers and recording studios to woodworking classes and personalized job search help. To showcase its latest technology and offerings, the Arapahoe Library District is throwing a blow-out bash on Sept. 20 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Centennial Center Park Amphitheater (13050 E. Peakview Ave). The free event features the 6 Million Dollar Band at 6 p.m. Pre-concert entertainment includes a performance by the Taiko with Toni drummers, face painting, a bubble machine, a stilt walker and more. Local food trucks will be on site to satisfy any hungry tummies. arapahoelibraries.org

=Laura Daily and Bryan K.Chavez

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Quilt-ridden possibilities

The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum is hosting a benefit book sale Sept. 15-18 in the Sandra Dallas Library. Categories include quilt fiction, quilt history, color and design, home decorating. wearable art and many others. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 651 Corporate Circle, Unit 102, Golden, 303-277-0377, rmqm.org

Benefit of the art

With a goal of making room for newly arriving jewelry and artwork, the Anam Cara Studio & Gallery has discounted select in-store framed and unframed prints, original artworks and jewelry 25 to 50 percent through Oct. 31. The gallery will donate 10 percent from all sales to the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance. Belmar Block 7, 445 S. Saulsbury St., Studio G, Lakewood, 720-933-3813, anamcarastudiogallery.com

Fall fortune

The highly anticipated annual Fall Plant Sale at the Denver Botanic Gardens is 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 19 and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 20 in the north parking lot. Deciduous tress, evergreen shrubs, perennials and houseplants are among the offerings, not to mention thousands of bulbs. Admission to the sale is free, and proceeds benefit various DBG programs. 1007 York St., 720-865-3500, botanicgardens.org

E 88 keys to success

The Rocky Ridge Piano Sale continues through September (and maybe longer) at the Boulder Piano Gallery. Reduced prices on Kawai grand and upright pianos are included along with more than 50 rebuilt and reconditioned used pianos. All pianos come with a 10-year warranty, prep and tuning. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. 3111 Walnut St., Boulder, 303-449-3177, boulderpianogallery.com

Attention all bookworms

Gently used paperbacks, hardbacks and children’s books are offered at the annual Lafayette Library Book Lovers Sale on Sept. 20. Most books are priced from 50 cents to $2. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 775 W. Baseline Road, Lafayette, 303-665-5200, cityoflafayette.com

-Vicki Heath

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