Fall into Fun; Centennial Boasts More than Just Beautiful Scenery this Time of Year!
Located just outside of the wonderful, “Mile High City”, Centennial offers many events during the fall season. From an array of farmers’ markets to a ‘Passport to Paris’ at the Denver Art Museum. Since, this quaint town is located in the Denver-Aurora location, it is minutes away from the mountains, parks, and the ever-growing downtown attractions.
Denver Art Museum opens its’ doors to their new, exhibit that will whisk you away to France. ‘Passport to Paris’ will include paintings dating from the late 1600s through the early 1900s, giving viewers the chance to familiarize themselves with the transitional periods of the European art. The Denver Art Museum (DAM), is a must see attraction! This exciting, exhibit opens October 27th through February 9th; so plan a day trip to get out of the chilly, winter weather. For more information you can visit their website at http://www.denverartmuseum.org and to find ticket sales and prices!
If Paris wasn’t enough, go ‘Around the World in 80 Days’! Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities is hosting an event that will cover all areas of the world in one evening of theatre. Buy tickets on their website soon, since this will sell out fast. There are only three nights left to enjoy this thrilling, adventure for the whole family! Visit http://arvadacenter.org for more information.
Outside of the art world in Denver, there are many other attractions during the seasonal change. Locally grown food and handmade items can be purchased at a number of farmers’ markets closing at the end of October. Plan a weekend stop at one of these locations to grab some fresh produce or a unique item for a friend! Cherry Creek Fresh Market, along with Southwest Plaza and Southlands Farmer’s Market will be closing soon.
The leaves are still changing, but time is running short this fall. Winter is around the corner and before you know it the new year! Take advantage of the outdoors and activities this fall in and close by Centennial.