The Cherry Creek Sneak is the Denver must for runners, walkers, families, and elite runners too. Runners and walkers participate in the 10-mile, 5-mile, and 3.1-mile (5k). There’s even a ½-mile Kids’ Fun Run for kids ages 8 and under! After the event, join in the fun at the after-party with free beer (for 21+, of course), sponsor and vendor giveaways, and more.
This April, show the heart on your driver license or one of our inspirational hearts at participating theatres and get a second move ticket, free! Show your support for the 2,000 people in Colorado waiting for a lifesaving transplant with the hashtag #ShowYourHeart. Be someone’s Hero. Say Yes to organ, eye and tissue donation and save lives. For more details and to learn how you can be someone’s hero visit DonateLifeColorado.org/ShowYourHeart or search #ShowYourHeart.
Join Lutheran Medical Center Foundation and Cancer Centers of Colorado on Saturday, June 1, 2019 for the 12th annual Heroes of Hope Race and National Cancer Survivors Day® Celebration! This family-friendly day of fun features a 5K run/walk and 10K run, City of Wheat Ridge kids dash, a survivor experience tent, Hops for Hope beer garden, kite flying, bean bag toss – and more!
Be a Hero of Hope in our community and help us celebrate with survivors and honor those who fought courageously. Register today and find the latest race information at www.LutheranHeroesofHope.org. Proceeds support Cancer Centers of Colorado at Lutheran and help to provide survivor and nurse education, patient navigation services, support for patients in need and more.
The 9th annual Totally Tennyson, presented by Nostalgic Homes, is stoked to return on Saturday, April 27, 2019. This ’80s, ’90s, ’00s themed fundraising bar crawl features totally tubular destinations, a party bus, costume contest, and concert! Your ticket includes complimentary “tastes” of what Tennyson has to offer between 38th-46th Avenues. And, we’re happy to welcome back the 6 Million Dollar Band — THE most rockin’ ’80s cover band, that closes out the night at the Oriental Theater with a show for Totally Tennyson ticket holders. Proceeds of ticket sales go directly to local area public schools.