Party with Rock Stars (or Rocks, Anyway) Tonight

September 11, 2019

The Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum has a new name: they’re now The Mines Museum. Like the school itself, they now use the tagline Earth – Energy – Environment. Whatever their name, they are holding their annual Open House tonight from 6-9PM. They do this shindig every year, during the Denver Gem & Mineral show. The displays will be great, as always, but you can also check out their much-expanded gift shop, AND…they’ll feed you. Enjoy free drinks and appetizers as you browse the exhibits and hob-nob with fellow rock enthusiasts. No cost to attend.

3-4PM – The Ultimate Food Fight: Organics at Natural Grocers
5-9PM – Pints and Pencils at Mountain Toad Brewing
6-9PM – CSM Geology Museum Open House

Live Music:
3PM – Lindsey Saunders at Miners Saloon
5PM – Dave Frisk at Rock Rest Lodge
6PM – Peter Fletcher at Dirty Dogs Roadhouse
6PM – Open Mic Night at Cannonball Creek Brewing
7PM – Bobby Miller Band/Zakk Debono/The Broken Circle/Matthew Curry at The Buffalo Rose


Thursday Preview:

4PM – Ladies Only Sample Tour in Downtown Golden
Enjoy an evening of samples & shopping in Historic Downtown Golden. Your ticket includes a packet which contains an area map, coupon book and event bracelet. Over 30 businesses will be handing out fun and unique samples. Bring your mother, daughter or girlfriends & have a fabulous girls’ night out! More information and tickets are available at www.ladiesonlysampletour.com

5PM – Family Game Night at On Tap Credit Union
6PM – Canine Conversations at the Golden Library

6PM – Sex and Drugs in the 1890s at the Golden History Museum
Join us for a boisterous look at the 1890s world of prostitution, licit and illicit drugs, bad whiskey recipes, and the saloon and brothel culture that flourished in Colorado. Copies of Randi Samuelson-Brown’s book, The Beaten Territory, will be available for purchase and signing. $0 Members; $10 plus online registration fee  non-members. Register Note: If you’re daunted at the thought of reading history, you should note that The Beaten Territory is a novel, and it sound lurid and interesting. Read about it on Amazon.
7:30PM – Once at Miners Alley Playhouse