Denver Peoples Fair. Without a doubt one of the best memories of moving to Denver was my first Peoples Fair. At that time it was at East High School. I loved the feeling and the people. All the music, food and amazing art! I knew this was a city I was going to love living in.
A few years later it moved into Civic Center and became even bigger and better. I even was a vendor a few times selling jewelry. But my favorite memory was actually playing music at the Peoples Fair…not even sure what year, must have been around 1993. I was half of a female guitar duo and we had a blast!
Capital Hill United Neighborhoods (CHUN) is the organization behind the Peoples Fair. They work hard to fund community non-profits in the area.
So if you have never been…shame on you! If you have been in the past…go again, it’s probably been a while. And if you decide to go make sure you explore, talk to people, try new foods and listen to new music. What a great opportunity to see what we are really all about here in Denver.
Thoughts for the day: Get out of your rut. Try new things. Challenge yourself to be brave. Talk to a stranger and learn a bit about their history…it might even be more interesting than yours!