What to do & where to do it this weekend in Colorado (Oct. 16-17, 2010)

Things are slowing down as the warm weather starts to wane, but there’s still plenty to do this weekend in Colorado.

If you are planning to scare yourself silly this weekend, be sure to check out my LIST OF HAUNTED HOUSES and sign up to win tickets to BATTLE OF THE HAUNTS.

Don’t forget the Breckenridge Craft Spirit Festival is this weekend (read all about it by clicking here).


Denver, CO – 2010 Refuge Roundup

Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge (FREE)

Celebrate Colorado’s western tradition with music and lots of live animals, including raptors from HawkQuest, bison and horses. There will be archery demonstrations, crafts, games and hayrides for the kids. There will also be performances by Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley. This is the perfect event for the entire family.  Learn more and see the entire line-up of events and performers at  www.fws.gov/rockymountainarsenal.

Niwot, CO – Psychic Fair

Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Left Hand Valley Grange Hall (FREE)

Billed as a day full of fun and enlightenment, this event could be just what your soul needs. At the fair you will find clairvoyance, tarot card readings, aura photography, aura portraits, aura energy readings and clearings/healing/energetic healing work and more. Find out more at www.BoulderHealers.com/psychicfair.

Boulder, CO – Boulder County Farmer’s Market Fine Art & Fine Craft Fair

Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

There’s only a few more weekends left of of this farmer’s market located on 13th Street between Arapahoe and Canyon next to Central Park in downtown Boulder. Spend some time at the market and then dine at one of Boulder’s fabulous eateries.  The Mayor of HeidiTown has many favorites, but The  Mediterranean is tops!

You can also check out Longmont’s Market, running from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Boulder County Fairgrounds.  Find out more about both of these markets at www.BouldersFarmers.org.

Parker, CO – Halloween with Horses

Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at The Colorado Horse Park

$14 all-inclusive except for food (Children under 2 are free)

Here’s as unique event that features an array of entertainment from horse shows to a haunted house, from crafters to a petting zoo. Honestly, there’s so much going on at this event it’s best to head over to their Website and check out the line up.  www.HalloweenWithHorses.org

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