Event Calendar

Mar
30
Mon
Celebrate the Irish @ The Briarwood Inn
Mar 30 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Celebrate the Irish @ The Briarwood Inn

Celebrate the Irish at The Briarwood Inn  during the month of  March. Fine dining in the breathtaking foothills of the Rocky Mountains!  The Briarwood will be celebrating the Irish for the month of March by offering a special three course menu for $39 with inspirations from Ireland!

Enjoy dance performances by the Reed School of Irish Dance the first three Sundays of March between 10-2pm.  They are a nationally recognized dance team. Special event will be a fantastic Irish Whiskey Tasting on St. Patrick’s Day!

To plan a visit, book a hotel room, make a dining reservation or learn about Golden’s shops, click here.

Landscapes in Colorado @ Spirits in the Wind Gallery
Mar 30 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Landscapes in Colorado @ Spirits in the Wind Gallery

“Landscapes in Colorado” at Spirits in the Wind Gallery includes paintings in oil by the following artists: Don Dernovich, Oil; Nikolo Balkanski, Oil; Margaret Jensen, Oil; Tony Eitzel, Photography & Oil; Randy Van Beek, Oil, Neil Patterson and Sonia Reid, Oil.

Spirits in the Wind Gallery, a showcase for Premier Art of the New West, changes exhibits and themes on a monthly basis. The gallery fits perfectly into the historic atmosphere of Golden, Colorado, where Ute, Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes once roamed. The Gold Rush of 1859 lured so many pioneers to the area that for a period of Colorado’s history Golden was the territorial capitol. Truly one of the finest western galleries in Colorado, they pride themselves with Art of the New West by national and local artists. Visitors will find exceptional jewelry, and unique gifts including pottery, sculpture, home decor and outdoor art.

To plan a visit, book a hotel room, make a dining reservation or learn about Golden’s shops, click here.

Quilts: Without a Net: Stories & Investigations by Bobbi Baugh @ Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
Mar 30 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Quilts: Without a Net: Stories & Investigations by Bobbi Baugh @ Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum | Golden | Colorado | United States

Quilts: Without a Net: Stories and Investigations by Bobbi Baugh.   Bobbi Baugh is interested in patterns and relationships—human, organic, and those that imply casualty and consequence.   Sometimes she explores them in the role of artist-as-storyteller. Sometimes she explores them in the role of artist-as-archaeologist—digging for things unseen and arranging them with elements that might not be expected. Her work draws the viewer into the narrative, evoking a desire to look deeply at the images, to remember them, and to wonder about their meaning.  Baugh’s collaged works draw on both the traditions of hand printmaking and art quilting.  Rhythms of each tradition speak to and complement one another. Bobbi Baugh was the first prize winner of Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum’s 2014 Evolutions Juried Quilt Challenge.

Also in the gallery: Past Presence: Antique Quilts that Capture the Imagination

The mission of the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and educate the public about quilts; honor quilt making traditions; and embrace the evolution of the art and craft of quilting.

“Without a Net” runs from January 30, until  April 28, 2015. The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum’s hours are:  Monday  - Saturday : 10 am-4 pm |Sunday: 11-4 pm

To plan your visit, book a hotel room, make a dining reservation or learn about Golden’s shops, click here.

Brian Hornbuckle @ The Buffalo Rose @ The Buffalo Rose
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Brian Hornbuckle @ The Buffalo Rose  @ The Buffalo Rose | Golden | Colorado | United States

Brian Hornbuckle, blues player, every Monday night at The Buffalo Rose. Brian Hornbuckle is a third generation musician whose roots lie heavily in the blues. Playing bass with his father’s band at a young age, Brian was quickly educated in the art of performance and professionalism which has served him well over the last 18 years of his professional musical career. Stop in The Buffalo Rose every Monday for a great chance to meet people and enjoy live music from blues to heavy metal.

Buffalo Rose was built in 1859 and is titled “the oldest bar in Colorado”. They have a full menu including a kids menu; they are child friendly and children are welcome until 9pm. The Buffalo Rose has a music venue that hosts a variety of events from local and national act performances to  high school events and reunions.  Many Golden High School kids have performed there to show their family and friends how they can rock with a professional soundman on a stage!

To plan a Golden visit, book a hotel room, make a dining reservation or learn about Golden’s shops, click here. To learn about the Golden Ticket, and a chance to win a cash prize, click here.

Mar
31
Tue
Celebrate the Irish @ The Briarwood Inn
Mar 31 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Celebrate the Irish @ The Briarwood Inn

Celebrate the Irish at The Briarwood Inn  during the month of  March. Fine dining in the breathtaking foothills of the Rocky Mountains!  The Briarwood will be celebrating the Irish for the month of March by offering a special three course menu for $39 with inspirations from Ireland!

Enjoy dance performances by the Reed School of Irish Dance the first three Sundays of March between 10-2pm.  They are a nationally recognized dance team. Special event will be a fantastic Irish Whiskey Tasting on St. Patrick’s Day!

To plan a visit, book a hotel room, make a dining reservation or learn about Golden’s shops, click here.

Landscapes in Colorado @ Spirits in the Wind Gallery
Mar 31 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Landscapes in Colorado @ Spirits in the Wind Gallery

“Landscapes in Colorado” at Spirits in the Wind Gallery includes paintings in oil by the following artists: Don Dernovich, Oil; Nikolo Balkanski, Oil; Margaret Jensen, Oil; Tony Eitzel, Photography & Oil; Randy Van Beek, Oil, Neil Patterson and Sonia Reid, Oil.

Spirits in the Wind Gallery, a showcase for Premier Art of the New West, changes exhibits and themes on a monthly basis. The gallery fits perfectly into the historic atmosphere of Golden, Colorado, where Ute, Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes once roamed. The Gold Rush of 1859 lured so many pioneers to the area that for a period of Colorado’s history Golden was the territorial capitol. Truly one of the finest western galleries in Colorado, they pride themselves with Art of the New West by national and local artists. Visitors will find exceptional jewelry, and unique gifts including pottery, sculpture, home decor and outdoor art.

To plan a visit, book a hotel room, make a dining reservation or learn about Golden’s shops, click here.

Quilts: Without a Net: Stories & Investigations by Bobbi Baugh @ Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
Mar 31 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Quilts: Without a Net: Stories & Investigations by Bobbi Baugh @ Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum | Golden | Colorado | United States

Quilts: Without a Net: Stories and Investigations by Bobbi Baugh.   Bobbi Baugh is interested in patterns and relationships—human, organic, and those that imply casualty and consequence.   Sometimes she explores them in the role of artist-as-storyteller. Sometimes she explores them in the role of artist-as-archaeologist—digging for things unseen and arranging them with elements that might not be expected. Her work draws the viewer into the narrative, evoking a desire to look deeply at the images, to remember them, and to wonder about their meaning.  Baugh’s collaged works draw on both the traditions of hand printmaking and art quilting.  Rhythms of each tradition speak to and complement one another. Bobbi Baugh was the first prize winner of Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum’s 2014 Evolutions Juried Quilt Challenge.

Also in the gallery: Past Presence: Antique Quilts that Capture the Imagination

The mission of the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and educate the public about quilts; honor quilt making traditions; and embrace the evolution of the art and craft of quilting.

“Without a Net” runs from January 30, until  April 28, 2015. The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum’s hours are:  Monday  - Saturday : 10 am-4 pm |Sunday: 11-4 pm

To plan your visit, book a hotel room, make a dining reservation or learn about Golden’s shops, click here.

Taco & Tequila Tuesdays @ Indulge Wine Bar & Bistro
Mar 31 @ 11:00 am
Taco & Tequila Tuesdays @ Indulge Wine Bar & Bistro | Golden | Colorado | United States

Taco and Tequila Tuesdays are at Indulge!  Add a little spice to Tuesday nights! Come down and relax with one of their House Margaritas with 2 Street Tacos for only $12!

 

Apr
1
Wed
Photography Exhibit @ American Mountaineering Center
Apr 1 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Photography Exhibit @ American Mountaineering Center

The photography exhibit takes place at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, Colorado, and is held in conjunction with the Colorado Environmental Film Festival. The exhibition opens at 5:30 pm on February 20, 2015 with a reception starting at 6:00 pm. This year, acclaimed photographer Grant Collier will deliver the keynote address. His talk will feature images from his book  Colorado: Yesterday and Today. Grant will also be commenting on his images used by environmental groups trying to create the Greater Canyonlands National Monument. The photography exhibition will continue to be on display through May 1, 2015.

 

 

   

Quilts: Without a Net: Stories & Investigations by Bobbi Baugh @ Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
Apr 1 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Quilts: Without a Net: Stories & Investigations by Bobbi Baugh @ Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum | Golden | Colorado | United States

Quilts: Without a Net: Stories and Investigations by Bobbi Baugh.   Bobbi Baugh is interested in patterns and relationships—human, organic, and those that imply casualty and consequence.   Sometimes she explores them in the role of artist-as-storyteller. Sometimes she explores them in the role of artist-as-archaeologist—digging for things unseen and arranging them with elements that might not be expected. Her work draws the viewer into the narrative, evoking a desire to look deeply at the images, to remember them, and to wonder about their meaning.  Baugh’s collaged works draw on both the traditions of hand printmaking and art quilting.  Rhythms of each tradition speak to and complement one another. Bobbi Baugh was the first prize winner of Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum’s 2014 Evolutions Juried Quilt Challenge.

Also in the gallery: Past Presence: Antique Quilts that Capture the Imagination

The mission of the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and educate the public about quilts; honor quilt making traditions; and embrace the evolution of the art and craft of quilting.

“Without a Net” runs from January 30, until  April 28, 2015. The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum’s hours are:  Monday  - Saturday : 10 am-4 pm |Sunday: 11-4 pm

To plan your visit, book a hotel room, make a dining reservation or learn about Golden’s shops, click here.

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