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Denver Events

Find Denver-area activities for kids in our event calendar!  

You may now add your own family-friendly event to our calendar below for free! Please no fundraisers, camps, or ongoing events (longer than a week).  Only two listings per organization per month. Events must be geared to families or will not be approved. Send event information to themilehighmamas[at]

Free Admission @ Molly Brown House Museum
Jan 31 @ 5:00 pm – 10:30 pm

2014 SCFD Free Days:
Free admission for residents of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder,
Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties

– January 31st, May 21st, August 16th

Free admission for all visitors
– February 22nd, November 11th, December 3rd

Admission to the Molly Brown House Museum is by guided tour only. Our wonderful Docents will lead you through the Museum telling you the story  of Denver’s Titanic heroine and activist, Margaret Brown. All guided tours of the Museum last approximately 45 minutes. Museum tour tickets are available in the Carriage House Visitor’s Center.

Birth Story Healing Half-Day Retreat @ The Family Room
May 1 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Take a deep dive into your birth story, led by birth doula Liz Grant, to discover what you can learn from your birth experience.

Over the course of four hours, Liz Grant leads each mother on an independent journey to explore her birth story in a nonlinear and creative way so that a mother can begin to see her birth in a new way and begin to treat herself with empathy.

Liz uses a variety of directed contemplative, meditative, and therapeutic exercises.

This class is for ALL women who have given birth to a baby.

The Treasures of Toothless Jack: A hiking play presented by Arts in the Open @ Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
Sep 17 @ 12:00 pm – Oct 30 @ 3:00 pm

Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In “The Treasures of Toothless Jack” by Joaquin Aviña, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the play’s two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from “The Treasures of Toothless Jack” are performed along the way.

Audience members are encouraged to bring camping chairs and/or blankets and mats to sit on while watching the scenes. Water, sunscreen and hats are suggested and comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing are strongly encouraged. In case of inclement weather, the performance will be held under the Picnic Shelter.

Buy early! Each hike is capped at low numbers and tends to sell out in advance.