How’s everyone doing despite the fact that April is approaching and then you’ve realized that time flies so fast?!
It’s Wednesday again, and you know what’s on Wednesday? On Wednesday, we wear pink… Nah. I’m not really referring to Mean Girls on that case, but it’s Wednesday and it’s time for you read yet another piece for What You Could Get In The City For $10! 😉
And this Wednesday, I would like especially thank Julia fromto take some time to share with us about how you could spend $10 in Denver, Colorado.
Are you curious? Then, check this one out! 😀
Traveling with a Partner in Denver? How about some dance?
The city of Denver, Colorado, also known as the Mile High City, has a plethora of incredible experiences to immerse yourself in while visiting!
Luckily, there are a number of wonderful activities for under $10.00 that can be done, yet dancing salsa at Denver’s Highland Masonic Temple and Event Center is arguably the most fun and most enjoyable!
For $10.00, at only $5.00 per person, you can swing by the largest building in the Highland neighborhood every Tuesday and join in after the Black Belt Salsa lessons (all levels of experience welcome!).
Make sure to wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to have your adrenaline pumping as you and your partner dance the night away until closing hour at midnight!
It’s a great social experience (not to mention great cardio), as you switch partners throughout the night and learn different moves from all different levels of dancers!
If you want to take a lesson beforehand also, get there early at 7:30pm, and for an extra $15.00, you can learn the basics of salsa and bachata from Edie the Salsa Freak!
Everyone there makes you feel welcome, whether you’re a seasoned Salsera/Salsero, or just a basic beginner.
Social Dancing is a wonderful experience, and there’s no better place to do it with only a $5.00 cover charge, every Tuesday at 9:00pm. It’s an experience you definitely won’t forget in the Mile High City!
Contributor: Julia from
Julia is a married childfree millennial living on the front range of Colorado. Growing up with Mom loving the ocean and Dad loving the mountains, her whole life she has loved both, back and simultaneously. With her husband’s deep love for the mountains, they settled on Colorado for their home. Originally from Texas, she wasn’t far from beaches and great seafood. She loves the beach with her everything, but always comes home to the mountains.
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