In 1892, the Rocky Mountain News wrote of the Equitable Building, “There are few buildings in the United States that will equal in the graceful beauty of its architecture and the attractive loveliness of its composition.”
Thursday, August 21
5:01 to 8:00 p.m.
Historic Denver, Inc. and the Molly Brown House Museum invite you to a joint One Past 5/Thirsty Thursday event on Thursday, August 21. This "progressive" party will begin at the Patterson Inn at E. 11th Avenue and Pennsylvania Street, continue on to the Capitol Hill Mansion at 1207 Pennsylvania Street, and end at the Molly Brown House Museum at 1340 Pennsylvania Street!
Thirsty Thursdays is billed as "an entertaining and exploratory experience for history nerds and fashionistas alike." While, One Past 5 events grant guests access into historic spaces that most have never had the opportunity to explore! Together we will bring you preservation success stories and scandalous tales!
There will be historic Tivoli beer, snacks and historic cocktails from Frolic & Vamp Celebrations and local distillers. Tickets are $20 for the public and $17 for Members of Historic Denver, Inc. and the Molly Brown House Museum. Get your tickets HERE!
Wednesday, March 19
5:01 to 7:00 pm
University Club of Denver
1673 Sherman Street
$20 for Historic Denver members/supporters
$25 for all others
Click HERE to purchase tickets!
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
5:01 to 7:00 p.m.
McNichols Civic Center Building
144 W. Colfax Ave.
$30 for all attendees
This One Past 5 featured historic Tivoli and Sigi's Buck Beer and hors d'oeuvres, wine, and cocktails catered by Brian Laird's new restaurant, Sarto's! Attendees took a special tour of the building and its renovations with either the general contractor, Robert Sarlo of Interlock Construction Corp., or the architect, Dennis Humphries of Humphries Poli Architects!.
Wednesday, October 3
5:01 to 7:00 p.m.
Governor’s Residence at Boettcher Mansion
$20 for member, $25 for non-members
Join Historic Denver, Inc. in a pre-debate happy hour! Enjoy bi-partisan libations and hors d’oeuvres in the hallowed halls of this storied mansion - and catch the live run-up to the first presidential debate under a chandelier that once hung in the White House!
The University of Denver is hosting the first of the three 2012 presidential debates on Wednesday, October 3 in Magness Arena. The debate broadcast is estimated to start at 7:00 p.m. Remember to wear red, white and blue.
NEW - Join us to watch the debate at the official After Party in the pool room at Govnr's Park Tavern! We will have drink specials and plenty of televisions!
This event is limited to 150 attendees. Click HERE to purchase your tickets!
Thursday, June 28, 2012
The One Past 5 at the Daniels and Fisher Tower was a great success where attendees enjoyed mixing and mingling while taking in the spectacular views from one of Denver’s most important historic landmarks. Built in 1911, the Daniels & Fisher Tower has survived for more than 100 years thanks to the passion and persistence of its caretakers and the community at large.
Thanks again to our generous event sponsors- Holly Kylberg of Clock Tower Events for hosting and Ambria for providing food and the great after-party location. Additional thanks to Strange Brewing Company, Argonaut, Colorado Athletic Club, Cascadian Farm, Oogave, Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Arts, Al’s Barber Shop, and Justin’s Nut Butter.
The Olinger Mortuary was once the temporary resting place for generations of Denverites as they passed from this world to the next. Set on the slope of a hill looking down over Denver, the Olinger Building, at the corner of 16th & Boulder, and later the iconic Olinger sign, once defined the Highlands Neighborhood. When founded, Highlands was actually its own city, built up and away from the dirt and debauchery of downtown. In 2007 a full resurrection of the property was completed when local developers transformed the former mortuary into a hotbed of resturant and business activity.
The Denver Press Club (1330 Glenarm)- place of history and mystery - was the scene of Historic Denver & the National Trust for Historic Preservation's latest One Past 5 happy hour. The city's most colorful characters have sipped & noshed & networked at this elusive place for nearly a century, and on November 5th, Denver's young preservationists joined them in swanky droves.