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Winter Things to Do in Denver when…You’ve run Out of Ideas

The holidays have come and gone, and you may be extremely happy about that, or extremely sad. Either way, your certified public accounts at KKB are happy to help cure the holiday hangover with some fun and exciting events that are happening in Colorado this January and February.

Schedule a trip to the National Western Complex this January 11 – 28 for the Stock Show & Rodeo. Bring the kids for a fun day of food, events and overall excitement. You’ll be amazed at the hard-hitting competition of the bull riding tour, and the overall athleticism of the performers.

The Colorado Home & Garden Show is the region’s oldest, largest and most prestigious garden and home show. It’s a nine day (February 15 – 23) spectacular event where you can find inspiration from the latest ideas and trends in landscaping, gardening and home improvement.

Denver Restaurant Week. Need we say more? It’s a state tradition that runs from February 22 - 28th that is guaranteed to expand your restaurant knowledge; even for the biggest foodie.

Zoo Lights. If you still want that last minute holiday activity, stop by Zoo Lights at the Denver Zoo. Enjoy entertainment throughout the night while you beat the cold by enjoying some hot chocolate and amazing decorations that light up the night sky. You’ll have to hurry though; Zoo Lights ends on January 5th.

These are just a few of the great activities that are happening around the state of Colorado. Be sure to check out all the activities that this great state has to offer.

Get out of the holiday hangover with these fun winter events! KKB reminds you that we’re here to help with all your tax planning and Denver financial service. Please call us today at 303-815-1100 or contact us http://www.kkb-cpa.com/emailform for all your tax planning for the New Year.

What events do you like to do after the holidays? Tell us your story below.


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