March 2022

When Will Our Qualifications Be Enough? CLLARO, Latino Community Express Outrage In CU Regents’ Presidential Process: Former Lieutenant Governor Joe Garcia Not A Finalist

CLLARO and various partners in the Latino Advocacy Council are outraged to learn that former Lieutenant Governor Joe Garcia is not included as part of the University of Colorado’s Board of Regents search committee’s top five finalists for the university’s next president.

Hey Kids! DÍA DEL NIÑO CELEBRATION Free at Various Metro Area Venues April 1 to May 1, 2022

There will be a wide variety of virtual and in-person educational activities and events from our cultural partners: Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Denver Art Museum, Denver Zoo, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Denver Botanic Gardens, Clyfford Still Museum, Denver Public Library, History Colorado, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and the Colorado Symphony for children and families to access at no cost.

It’s Back Baby! The 33rd Cinco De Mayo Festival May 7 & 8 Civic Center Park

Civic Center Park will again come alive the first weekend in May with the sights, sounds, eats, and culture that is Denver’s largest cultural event in the state: the 33rd annual Cinco De Mayo ‘Celebrate Culture’ festival. The event, which began as a small celebration, has grown into one of the largest Cinco De Mayo events in the world.

A Great Turnout at for METAREAL: The Life and Legacy of Stevon Lucero at Denver’s Meow Wolf

Don’t Miss La Malinche, “Malinalli on the Rocks” at Museo de las Americas Thru July 23, 2022

Explore, through paintings, installations and mixed media works, one of the most enigmatic historical figures of the Americas: La Malinche. Opening night is March 17, 2022. Exhibit runs through July 23, 2022 Museo de las Americas, 861 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO.

They’re Here! Dinosaurs Invade Denver. Jurassic World Now Thru Sept. 5th, Take A Walk On The Wild Side

Jurassic World: The Exhibition is an immersive 20,000-square-foot experience based on one of the biggestblockbusters in cinema history. Guests will walk through the world famous Jurassic World gates, encounter life-sized dinosaurs, and explore richly themed environments.

LLD Review: “REFUGE” A Story of Pursuit, Danger, & Empathy, Now Thru April 9th at Denver’s Curious Theatre

REFUGE is the story we have heard many times before of migrants leaving their entire lives behind in pursuit of a better life. But this story is different as well as fascinating. Through puppetry, original music and superb acting it brings home the emotion and the reality of single migrant, a 17 year old girl from Honduras who has no choice but to migrate

How Much Do You Really Know about Egypt? “The Time Of Pharaohs” Exhibition Now Thru Sept. 5, 2022 At The Denver Museum Of Nature & Science