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The day after Thanksgiving, I like to sit on the couch in my fat pants and cheer the Buffs to victory over the Huskers (knock on wood). to go shopping or in eating anything besides heaping plates of leftover turkey and stuffing.
But Santacon intrigues me. To participate, all you have to do is dress like Santa, be jolly and drink. So I can leave the house in pants with an elastic waistband and I don’t have to suck in my pie induced gut? Sounds like a gig.
And you can come, too, if you keep a vigilant eye on the Santacon website and wait for them to reveal the night’s schedule. Or I suppose you could just rock a Santa suit around Pearl tonight until you run into a large crew of your kind.
If you missed Santa on Pearl Street last week (how could you!?), you have another chance to catch him before the big night. Friday, Santa Claus will show up at Twenty Ninth Street to help light the Christmas tree at Macy’s Plaza, 1900 29th St. The generous old guy also will be available for photos, if you’re not too old for that sort of thing.
If you can stand the weather for long enough, there are complimentary horse drawn carriage rides and a chance to meet the reindeer. Afterwards, cross the street to make it for the tail end of Baker St.
Sometimes I’m jealous that I can’t participate in Movember.
I have a glorious head of hair, so I can only assume the superb quality of mustache I could grow. Alas,
I’m out of luck. for their Movember fundraiser party and live vicariously through local partakers. Wednesday, celebrate the real meaning behind Thanksgiving and be thankful you lead a healthy life. Stop by the parking lot of First United Methodist Church, 1421 Spruce St., and grab some good eats from “Top Chef” winner Hosea Rosenberg and his StrEAT Chefs team. A portion of the proceeds go to Boulder County AIDS Project on World AIDS Day.
Stacy Parkinson’s Boulder at Night runs every Thursday in the Colorado Daily. Except this week.
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