Beware! April Fool’s Day approaches and sneaky pranksters are afoot! Watch out for Vaseline-covered doorknobs, switched-out shoelaces, loosely-screwed-in salt shaker caps, cranked-up volume dials on your laptop, and questionable word-replacement on your cell phone texts.
And parents, know that the suddenly-appearing tattoo on your toddler is a temporary one.
What you don’t have to watch out for is your friends at Stepping Stone. We would never pull one over on you! We’re just here to suggest a few fun events during April. Hope to see you around the Lantern House or hanging out at O’Brien Park on those warm weather days!
Saturday, April 29, 8am-12pm, Parker Adventist Hospital
Take responsibility for your health! At this fair, you’ll have access to an array of free and low-cost health screenings, as well as educational programs and prevention tips. Sign up online at www.9healthfair.org.
Creatures of Light Exhibition
Every Day, 9am-5pm, Denver Museum of Nature & Science
This exhibition reveals some of the most magical, wondrous, and truly extraordinary creatures and phenomena found in the natural world. Exhibition is included with your museum admission. Learn more.
Yoga in the Galleries
Sunday, April 15, 8:45am, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
Join in for a one-hour all-levels yoga class with live music held within the Cleon Peterson exhibit currently at the museum. The class is taught by Sarah Tinkler, a registered yoga instructor with more than 7 years of teaching experience. Cost is $20 for members/students and $25 for non-members, and includes museum admission. Get tickets.
Wicked Is as Wicked Does
Saturday-Sunday, April 21-22, Schoolhouse Theater
Take the kids to see this sequel to Snow White – where she is about to marry her Prince, but it might not be the fairytale ending she was hoping for. This zany comedy proves there’s a little good in everyone… though sometimes, very little. Find tickets.
Henry and Mudge
Friday, April 13, 6:30pm, PACE Center
Don’t miss this TheatreworksUSA’s musical based on the best-selling children’s books by Cynthia Rylant about a boy and his great, big canine buddy. Especially when the doggy pal is a 182-pound actor! Learn more.