Book Talk and Signing
Rich Grant and Irene Rawlings
100 Things To Do in Denver Before You Die
1325 Logan St.
Thursday, October 10, 5:00-7:00 pm
Happy Hour with bites and beer: $15 members, $20 non-members

Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains and surrounded by natural beauty, Denver has always been a center of outdoor recreation. But today, Colorado’s booming capital city is becoming as well known for its chef-centered restaurants, breweries, live music, galleries and trendy young neighborhoods. This book gives you ideas for places to bike, hike, walk, climb, sip, taste, browse and explore. From LoDo to LoHi, Cherry Creek to Longs Peak, this second edition of 100 Things is your guide to experiencing the best that the Front Range has to offer.

An undeniable expert on the Mile High City, Rich Grant is an enthusiastic and inspiring speaker. He served as director of communications for VISIT DENVER for 35 years. More than 50 newspapers and magazines have published his articles and photos. “There will be 10 new restaurants by October. We’ll give tips on free things and other insider information.”

Irene Rawlings has been editorial director of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine and editor-in-chief of Mountain Living magazine. She writes for national publications, including Hemispheres, American Way, National Geographic Traveler, and the Wall Street Journal. For the past 26 years she has hosted an award-winning show on iHeartMedia radio.

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Denver Now tickets: $15 members; $20 non-members
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