Merrick Morton
JT and JE.

A large inflatable screen. Mmm. Sounds dirty.


On Sunday, the Civic Center Park, at the intersection of Broadway and Colfax, is hosting a free screening of “The Social Network” as part of their Bike-In Movie series. Pack a picnic, throw some Kentucky Deluxe in a plastic water bottle (alcohol is probably not allowed so don’t tell on me), and spoon your sugar tush on a blanket on the lawn.

If you forget a picnic and have the munchies, there will be some Denver gourmet food trucks around.

Info: Sunday 7:30-11 p.m.; film starts at dusk; 303-861-4633.

Get laid

Ha. You looked. But really, you’re dazzling, darling.

Now get out of those sweatpants.

It’s time for you to impress a date. Dazzle Restaurant, 930 Lincoln St., is a snazzy jazz joint that will make you happy in your pants at the end of the night.

Sunday at 4 p.m., Dazzle is hosting Docent Dinner #7, an art show and three-course meal.

Look at the work of two artists, discuss them, then stuff your face. (You’re classy.)

Your date will thank you. And tell those pants it was my pleasure.

Info: Sunday at 4 p.m.;; $25, $10 additional for wine pairings; Must RSVP; 303-839-5100.

Bike and beer

Don’t start out Sunday Blackout Drunk Day blackout drunk.

Get some exercise first. (Super.)

Calm down, it’s fun exercise. (Oxymoron.) Plus, there will be beer waiting for you at the end.

A funky urban adventure is swerving through town with Sunday’s New Belgium Urban Assault Ride, which touts is the biggest bike scavenger hunt in the world.

Teams of two circle town in a bike race, obstacle course, physical challenges and exercising that dusty noggin (I hate that word. Too late.).

Oh, and you may get wet. (That’s what your boyfriend said. I’m a child.)

Meet at Skyline Park, on the 16th Street Mall and Arapahoe Street.

Enough of that exercise bullshit. Let’s discuss the after party. There will be beer, games, contests, music, a mustache dance-off (of course, mustaches are the new pirates) and an auction for a New Belgium cruiser. Sexy.

Get it together, last day to register is Saturday.

And early to bed Saturday night, sweets, the event starts at 9 a.m. Remember all those 8 a.m. tailgate mornings in the fall? You can do it.

Postscript, there will be big wheels too.

Info: Sunday at 9 a.m.;; $40-$60.

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