• Denver's Museums & Gardens Provide Fun Oppotunities for Groups

    FROM THE Summer 2016 ISSUE
  • Denver's Museums & Gardens Provide Fun Oppotunities for Groups

    FROM THE Summer 2016 ISSUE
  • Denver's Museums & Gardens Provide Fun Oppotunities for Groups

    FROM THE Summer 2016 ISSUE

These fun options provide opportunities for smaller groups to join in or perhaps larger groups can ask for something similar.

Denver Art Museum
Untitled Final Fridays, February - October, 6-10 p.m

DAM’s monthly late night program features workshops, performances and tours with a twist. For example, on July 29, gather a crew and band together for a night of synchronized moves and creative collaborations. On Sept. 30, it’s all about dance, photography and artworks expressing time.

Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Science Lounge, third Thursday of the month, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

This quirky and entertaining gathering can range from a scientist jamming on a guitar, henna tattoos, recreating the Dakota hogback with Cocoa Puffs, and sipping wine and eating chocolate all in the name of science.

Denver Botanic Gardens
Summer Concert Series, June - September, usually 6:30 p.m.

Concerts at York Street provide a one-of-a-kind live music experience surrounded by lush flowers, sculptures and gorgeous sunsets. Concerts at Chatfield Farms in Littleton offer a rustic setting with mountain vistas and wideopen spaces.

Clyfford Still Museum
Lawn Concerts – June 17, July 15, Aug. 19, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Clyfford Still Museum and Swallow Hill Music Association are presenting three free summer lawn concerts on the third Fridays of June, July and August in the museum’s forecourt. Bring a blanket, lawn chairs and picnic and enjoy free museum admission.

There are all sorts of happenings for meeting and event planners to plug groups into in Snowmass Village this summer, taking some of the pressure off building a memorable and effective agenda. 


With meetings returning to normal as the COVID-19 pandemic levels out, outdoor mountain pursuits are finding more time on meeting agendas. Taking events outdoors not only boosts attendees’ comfort level as they ease back into in-person meetings, time spent in nature is proven to improve brain health and stimulate creative thinking as well.

We’ll be looking at this topic in-depth in the Spring/Summer 2022 issue of Mountain Meetings. Consider this as an introduction to some of the possibilities.  


Sheraton Dallas Hotel has introduced a new outdoor event space under its new event programming, Dare to Outdoors. The hotel’s catering team has partnered with Pacific Plaza Park, a 3.7-acre green space in Downtown Dallas. The park features a 31,950 square-foot lawn space and permanent seating, as well as night-sky friendly lights for star-watchers. Three food truck power outlets are available and standard outlets are located throughout the park.