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Tuesday is here again and we know that the weekend is nowhere near, but like every Tuesday, we’ve got some great things for you to do that will make you feel like it’s already here. The best part about today is that everything in this installment of Dollars & Sense won’t cost you more than $10 and it takes place in Denver, Colorado. Check it out below!

Tour The Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Explore backstage at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, the world’s largest performance facility under one roof! This four-block, 12-acre site is home to our Theatre Company and Broadway tours plus the Colorado Ballet, Colorado Symphony and Opera Colorado.

Easily identifiable by the 60-foot fiberglass dancers displayed out front, the DCPA is located on the edge of the central business district. The DCPA includes six different theaters and hosts productions by two major companies: Denver Center Attractions, which presents touring Broadway shows, and the Tony Award-winning Denver Center Theatre Company, which performs both classic and contemporary plays. The 90-minute, guided tour takes you backstage, through dressing rooms, into costume and design studios, and on stage.

Address:

1101 13th St.

Denver, CO

80204

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Visit The Denver Arts Museum

One of the West’s largest art institutions, the Denver Art Museum has been showcasing collections in its 210,000–square-foot North Building since the 1970s, and in 2006, the DAM completed the 146,000-square-foot Frederic C. Hamilton Building, designed by architect Daniel Libeskind. Both Uptown constructions display an array of art, from Renaissance paintings to Prehistoric pottery. The prized collection, though, is the American Indian art, as DAM was the country’s first museum to begin collecting it. You’ll also find kid activities through the facilities, and there is a special interactive pottery exhibition on the first floor of the Hamilton Building.

Address:

100 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy.

Denver, CO

80204

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Financial Tip Of The Day

Have A Well Planned Will

It is very important to plan ahead for the worst. Making a will isn’t a fun activity but it’s importance can not be stressed enough and you get peace of mind for the loved ones you leave behind.