DOWNTOWN — Friday, June 19 is National Martini Day and The Corner Office has several martinis to help you celebrate this holiday in style. Go vintage with a "Classic 1906" made with Bombay Gin or Chopin Vodaka, TCO Vermouth Blend, orange bitters and a lemon twist or olive. The downtown venue also has a few modern martinis, including "The Other Women," made with Tito’s Vodka, Lillet Rose, strawberry and lemon. To make a reservation, call 303.825.6500.
BOULDER — The Boulder Farmers Market will host its first seasonal cooking demonstrations on Saturday, June 20 from 10 to 11 a.m. The seasonal marketplace will partner with The Kitchen restaurant family to showcase high quality local foods, educate customers, and feature local chefs. The demonstrations will take place at the market and no tickets are needed.
FORT COLLINS — The Fourth Annual Brewers Olympics will kick off Fort Collins Beer Week on Saturday, June 20 from noon to 5 p.m. Hosted by the West T-Shirt Company, this family friendly event will foster competition between 10 local breweries in a series of beer-related games. Food trucks, spectators activities, a bouncy house and plenty of beer will be available with a $10 ticket. All proceeds benefit Save the Poudre and tickets can be purchased online.
DOWNTOWN — Join Lucky Pie’s chef Stephan Culler in celebrating the longest day of the year on Sunday, June 21. Ticketed guests can expect a special seasonal menu featuring the freshest produce from Isabelle Farms in Lafayette along with some limited release brews from New Belgium Brewing Company. The Industry will provide live music throughout the evening, which takes places from 5 to 10 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased online.