What do to this Labor Day Weekend
Here's how to spend your three day weekend
August 30, 2018
The unofficial end to summer is here. Don’t let it slip away without discovering some of Aurora’s things to do, places to see, and treats to eat!
Discover Colorado’s beautiful sunsets on the water by gearing up for a twilight paddle ride. The tour will land at the Pub at Pelican Bay for drink specials, beach games, and live music. Visitors are welcome to rent paddle boards for $35. More information and tickets can be purchased here.
There’s no better combo than good beer and good tunes. Discover Tim Ostdiek, a modern-folk singer and songwriter. A Colorado native, Ostdiek’s music will be filling the brewery beginning at 7:00 PM. Read more about him here.
Fill up on local flavors, natural honey, and so much more at the Southlands Farmer’s Market. Stop by the booths of dozens of Colorado vendors selling plants, produce, and handmade crafts and beauty products.
Start your fall festival season a little early this year at the Givetoberfest at Stanley. With German-themed lives music, and a full bar with wine, spirits, and other drinks – you’ll have a great time supporting a great cause, Impact 360. Grab your tickets here.
For those of you who just can’t wait for fall, enjoy a Docktoberfest beer on their new patio. Complete with picnic tables, colorful umbrellas, and the occasional live music, this is the perfect place to send off summer right. Find out what’s on tap here.
Remember those who’ve given the ultimate sacrifice at the Colorado Freedom Memorial. This incredibly unique memorial honors all 6,000+ Coloradans killed or missing in action from every war. Reflect on the grounds or search for names on the memorial. Learn more about the purpose of the Colorado Freedom Memorial.