Rockies Baseball, Classical Concerts, and Other Senior-Friendly Events in Denver
Despite a few late snowstorms and lingering cold temperatures, spring has finally sprung in Denver and that means it’s events season. There’s so much for seniors and their families to do during spring, and here are a few of our favorite ways to enjoy everything about spring.
Rockies Baseball at Coors Field
Baseball is back and there will be more than one dozen home games throughout May and June. Coors Field and the Rockies have also planned special appreciation days with different ticket packages that may be of interest to seniors:
- May 26, Military Appreciation Day
- May 27, Dollar Hot Dog Night
- June 16, Father’s Day
Attend a classical music concert in Denver
Colorado Public Radio (CPR) maintains an extensive list of classical concerts in and around the Denver metro area. There are events throughout the remainder of spring, starting with the Colorado Symphony’s performance of Carmina Burana on Friday, May 24 through Sunday, May 26.
Even if you can’t make it to a Memorial Day weekend performance, there are still plenty of remaining opportunities to enjoy the music. Simply check CPR’s classical concert schedule to find the perfect time and date.
Held on June 1-2, 2019 in Larimer Square, 200+ professional artists transform the entire street into a colorful chalk art museum. Stroll along the square as artists create and display their work, and don’t forget to bring a camera to capture the magic. You’ll surely appreciate looking back at the photos during the next in-person visit you share with your loved one.
The festival is free and there will also be live music on both days, which is the perfect addition to the vibrant art.
Special events at The Argyle
Our senior living community is dedicated to helping seniors enjoy Denver as they age. We plan regular outings around town and strive to fill our calendar with seasonal activities that residents look forward to each month. We also keep accessibility and ability in mind so that more seniors feel empowered to join in on the fun.
This year, some of our springtime events have included a Cinco de Mayo fiesta and dance performance, Mother’s Day celebrations, picnics on the sunny balcony, and neighborhood walks to see the spring blooms. Residents and their families should check the special events calendar regularly, because we’re always adding fun, new activities.
As a local nonprofit, The Argyle has brought high quality and affordable care to Denver’s seniors since 1874. To this day, our caring team remains committed to encouraging independence and preserving the dignity of every resident who calls our community home.