Asian American festival, Marimba madness at Levitt, Professor Phelyx and more

Denver Zoo launches Asian American festival Saturday-Sunday. To celebrate Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month, Denver Zoo this weekend is its first Asian American and Pacific Islander Festival. The event is driven by the zoo’s partnership with the Filipino-American Community of Colorado, organizers said, and will offer multicultural dance, music, art, workshops and community engagement, … Read more

ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR: April 14, 2022 | News

Camp Mack High Ropes Community Day 1 pm to 5 pm Camp Mack, 1113 E. Camp Mack Road, Milford Camp Mack in Milford is hosting free individual high ropes lessons. Participants should be at least 10 years old and plan to wear closed-toed shoes. High ropes courses have some risks associated with them and participants … Read more

Registration open for fabric portrait workshop at Gaslight Art Colony | Arts and Theater

MARSHALL — Gaslight Art Colony in Marshall will host a fabric collages workshop, taught by Jamie Willis and Ruth Ann Sheehy, Saturday, April 23. Draw, cut, collage, stitch and sew to create a whimsical portrait or even, perhaps, your alter ego. In this one-day workshop, participants will be instructed in basic facial proportions and features, … Read more

‘Protect Wild Places’ program starts in April | Entertainment

GAYLORD – Huron Pines is set to officially launch “Protect Wild Places,” a program to communities across the state in conservation efforts through volunteer, education and training opportunities. The program has been in the works since May 2021, when the nonprofit Huron Pines organization was provided with a $200,000 Planet Award Grant by the Consumers … Read more