5 Denver Events for Wednesday, March 7

Would you like some mid-week events where you don’t necessarily have to drink? So would we, which we’re featuring these five events that will be fun with or without a drink. Give a little, see a little, hear a little, and laugh a little.

Rise Again: A men’s clothing drive

Denver events March 7
Photo courtesy of Fashion Denver

When: March 6-8, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Where: Fashion Denver, 2590 Walnut St, Denver, Colorado 80205

What: “Fashion Denver and Bradley Allen Apparel bring you a men’s clothing drive to empower men who have faced trying times. Whether it be incarceration, homelessness, even addiction, we believe that no matter the circumstance, you can Rise Again. We want to lift these men up, empowering them to take their lives to the next level.
If you have dress pants, shirts, suits or business casual clothing that you are no longer in need of, please consider donating them to our drive. All clothing items will benefit the Denver Rescue Mission’s New Life Program and Court Support Jeffco.
You can currently drop off gently used clothes to our office at Green Spaces. 2590 Walnut Street. Thank you so much for your kind donation! If you want to arrange a pickup or meet up, please call me (Brandi) at 303-842-7298.”

Cost: Free admission

Artist Talk with Carlos Frésquez

Posted by Center for Visual Art, MSU Denver on Wednesday, February 21, 2018

When: March 7, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Where: Center for Visual Art, 965 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, Colorado 80204

What: “Carlos Frésquez is an ever-evolving artist and engaging storyteller. He is influenced by the past, present and future and seems to work in all of these realms simultaneously. In his talk at CVA he will discuss his work and all that has influenced him throughout his 40+ years of artmaking. He will explain how Chicano culture, family and spirituality have pushed him; how comics, cartoons, punk culture, graffiti and set design have helped develop his unique style; how he is able to move with such fluidity through abstract, surreal, and figural.”

Cost: Free admission

Colorado Solo Artist Awards: The Road to the Bridgie Awards

Denver events March 7
Photo courtesy of Bridging The Music Productions

When: March 7, 6:00-11:59 p.m.

Where: The Oriental Theater, 4335 W 44th Ave, Denver, Colorado 80212

What: “The Oriental Theatre will shine with a sparkling array of exceptional music, as Bridging the Music invites solo artists from all over Colorado to perform at the CO Solo Artist Awards: The Road to the Bridgie Awards.
Bridging the Music, a music production company engaged in the throwing of local and national events, is calling out to the public to come out and vote for their favorite performer to help decide this year’s champion. These solo performers only have a few minutes to win the audience over through their music in hopes of winning votes and advancing to the finals.” For more information, check out their event page here.

Cost: $10.00 in advance. $15.00 at the door. Get your tickets here

Flex Mom talk & signing at Tattered Cover

Denver events March 7
Photo courtesy of Sara Blanchard

When: March 7, 7:00-8:00 p.m.

Where: Tattered Cover LoDo, 1628 16th St, Denver, Colorado 80202

What: “Motherhood doesn’t have to mean losing yourself! Join Flex Mom author Sara Blanchard for a talk and book signing event at Tattered Cover downtown!”

Cost: Free admission

Clue Movie Party

Denver events March 7
Photo courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse Denver

When: March 7, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Where: Alamo Drafthouse Denver, 7301 S Santa Fe Dr, Littleton, Colorado 80120

What: “You’ve done it in the library. You’ve done it in the dining room. You’ve even done it with a candlestick in the kitchen.
That’s right, at one time or another, we’ve all killed Mr. Body. And this month we’re celebrating the hilarious film adaptation of the board game CLUE.
Quip along with Wadsworth (Tim Curry), scream along with Mrs. Peacock (Eileen Brennan), and feel the flames on the side of your face with Mrs. White (Madeline Kahn). We won’t be handing out ropes or lead pipes, but we will be giving you props to intensify your evening at Mr. Boddy’s manor.
Movie Parties are always interactive, but this show takes audience participation to a whole new level. (Although you won’t have to move any dead bodies… or will you?!) Whether you’ve seen this movie a thousand times or never before, it’s no mystery that you’ll have a ridiculously fun night.”

Cost: $13.00. Get your tickets here