Denver/ Fun & Entertainment
Published on January 23, 2019
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From a pop-up dinner event to a coding class, there's plenty to enjoy in Denver this week. Read on for a rundown of ideas for how to fill your calendar.

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Trap Kitchen Cookout Tour: Mile High City II

Chef's from the Trap Kitchen, a catering service founded in Compton, California, will be serving a buffet-style dinner in an exclusive pop-up restaurant this Thursday. The business prides itself on providing fine dining experiences for cheap costs. 

When: Thursday, January 24, 8-11 p.m.
Where: Rock Steady, 2100 Curtis St.
Admission: $30 (Trap Kitchen Buffet Style Dinner); $75 (Trap Kitchen Full Meal Deal(Dinner, Cookbook, and T-Shirt))

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January Family Game Night

Grab your family and hurry down to the nonprofit arts and literacy facility, Pop Culture Classroom, for a night of games. The organization, which aims to aid the cultivation of critical thinking, math skills and more, will provide free access to board games and video games for those who attend. 

When: Friday, January 25, 5-8 p.m.
Where: Pop Culture Classroom, 2760 W. Fifth Ave.
Admission: Free

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Hooked on Colfax X Johnny Cupcakes Cake Dealer Pop Up Shop

Hooked on Colfax, a local booze spot and coffee roaster, is teaming up with "t-shirt bakery" Johnny Cupcakes Denver Cake Dealer for a unique pop-up event where Johnny Cupcakes will be selling a variety of its new merchandise, which features cupcake-inspired pop-culture references. In turn, Hooked on Colfax will be serving up an extensive list of crafted coffee, Colorado beers and more. 

When: Friday, January 25, 7-9 p.m.
Where: Hooked on Colfax, 3213 E. Colfax Ave.
Admission: Free

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Try Coding for Beginners

The Turing School of Software and Design will be holding a coding course this Saturday. The six-hour lesson will teach beginners the basics of Front-End Engineering programming and how to create an interactive online game. Lunch will be included.

When: Saturday, January 26, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Where: Turing School, 1331 17th St., Suite LL100
Admission: $25

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