5 Lesbian Things To Do In Denver This Weekend

Rollerskating, bikes, Black History Month.

Whether you’re excited for Valentine’s Day or you literally forgot it was even a thing, this list of lesbian events in Denver for the weekend has you covered.


Neon Valentine Blacklight at ROLL (1399 35th St.) at 7 p.m. — This is one of the most one-of-a-kind Valentine’s Day parties — it’s neon-themed and takes place at a rollerskating rink. A great date for lovers or friends.

Neon Desire at Charlie’s Nightclub (900 E. Colfax Ave.) at 9 p.m. — Another neon-themed Valentine’s Day party in Denver? What?! Go to this Valentine’s Day party to dance away your romantic dinner / lonely tears.


Queers & Quiche Potluck at 879 Neon Forest Cir. in Longmont, CO at 12 p.m. — Bring your own dish to this potluck brunch meetup to hang out, eat, and play games with fellow LGBTQ people! You can bring quiche or any other brunch-appropriate dish.

Lift Ev’ry Voice: An LGBTQ Black History Month Celebration at The 1UP Arcade Bar (717 E. Colfax Ave.) at 1 p.m. — The Center on Colfax’s official Black History Month celebration is this Saturday! A tribute to Black queer and trans culture, there will be speakers, an open mic, and an open discussion for QTPOC as well as allies.


Gender Equality Master Mechanics Course at Bikes Together (1060 Osage St.) at 3 p.m. — What better way to spend Valentine’s Day weekend than learning how to repair your own bicycle, like a true queer? These classes will run for six weeks and the first is this Sunday, covering intros and flat repair. Future classes will cover pretty much everything you need to know about bike mechanics. No prior mechanical experience necessary.

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