The snow may be falling along Colorado’s Front Range, but that doesn’t mean the end of market season. There are several winter markets this weekend, as well art walks, soccer and more.
If none of these events suit your fancy this weekend, the Mayor likes the events calendar at the DenverPost.com and at FortCollins.com.
Evergreen, CO – Winterfest Arts & Crafts Festival
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Evergreen High School
Admission $2, FREE for children & students
This festival features over 100 artisans with various crafts. From photography to jewelry there’s a little something to suit every taste at this popular event. The festival is presented by the Center for the Arts Evergreen, a non-profit promoting the arts, both visual and performing, to the mountain community of Evergreen.
Loveland, CO – Night on the Town
Tonight (Friday) from 6 to 9 p.m. in downtown Loveland
The many art galleries and shops in downtown Loveland stay open for this 2nd Friday art walk reoccurring each month in the Sweetheart City. Bundle up and stroll the charming streets of downtown Loveland. Stop in at one of the restaurants and ask about their Night on the Town special.
Niwot, CO – Winter Market
This market takes place inside Niwot Market (7960 Niwot Road) and will feature three local farmers: Ollin Farms, Aspen Moon Farm and Frog Star Farm. The wares at this market include meats, veggies and even wine tasting. There will also be craft vendors.
Denver, CO – Art Week (ends Saturday!)
It’s your last chance to experience Denver Art Week. Go to www.denver.org/DenverArtsWeek to find out more!
Denver, CO – MLS Eastern Conference Championship
Saturday, 7:30 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
Get your tickets now to watch the Colorado Rapids play San Jose tomorrow! A win this weekend and they will play for the MLS Cup (scheduled for November 21 in Toronto).
Fort Collins, CO – Winter Farmer’s Market
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Opera Galleria (123 N. College Ave.)
Over 40 vendors come to the market to sell late season veggies as well as meats and other delectables likes jams, cheeses, bread, wines and more.