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Convention Daybook: Events for Sunday

All listings local Denver time (MDT); compiled by Mike Lepage/GalleryWatch.

Denver Resident Post DNC Event Tidy Up
City and County of Denver Parks and Recreation; Free, open to the public.
7-9 a.m.; Denver parks; 303-806-9083

Myspace Cafe; Open to the public.
7 a.m.-4 p.m.; Corner Office Restaurant and Martini Bar, 1401 Curtis St., Denver; 303-825-6500

YDA 2008 Summer National Committee Meeting
Young Democrats of America; Open to YDA members.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Colorado Convention Center, Room 405; 202-639-8585

Meditate 08
Meditate 08; Open to the public.
9 a.m.-11 p.m.; Fishback Landing Park, W. 23rd St. and 7th St., Denver;

Air Forest Yoga Health Festival
Dialog:City; Open to the public.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.; City Park Flower Garden; Contact unavailable

ArtDistrict on Santa Fe
ArtDistrict on Santa Fe; Open to the public.
9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Santa Fe Dr. between 4th Ave. and 12th Ave., Denver;

Yoga Month Denver Health Festival
Yoga Health Foundation; Open to the public, ticket required for some events.
9 a.m.-10:30 p.m.; Minsuk Cho Pavilion, City Park of Denver, Denver; 310-928-3720

New Energy Station
City of Denver, ReDirect Guides; Open to the public.
10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, Denver; 303-459-788

American Presidential Experience
American Presidential Experience; Ticketed, open to the public.
10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Invesco Field at Mile High, Parking Lot D, Denver; 877-832-9507

All Access Bike Station
Denver Host Committee; Open to the public.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Children’s Museum of Denver-Plaza, 2121 Children’s Museum Dr., Denver; 303-433-9520

Denver 2008 Convention Marketplace
Denver Host Committee; Open to the public.
10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Civic Center Park, Denver; 303-534-6200

Green Frontier Fest
ReDirect Guide, City of Denver; Free, Open to the public.
10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Denver Performing Arts Complex-Sculpture Park, Denver; 303-459-7885

Partly Sunny: Designs to Change the Forecast
Dialog:City; Open to the public.
11 a.m.-4 p.m.; Denver Pavilions, 500 16th St., Denver; 303-260-6000

AAPI Colorado Summit at the Democratic Convention
Colorado AAPI Democrats, Asian Pacific Americans for Progress, Asian American Action Fund, Rep. Mike Honda (D-Calif.) and the Obama for America AAPI Vote Team; Open to the public.
Noon-4:30 p.m.; Hyatt Regency Denver, Capito Rooms 2 and 3; 650 15th St., Denver;

Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act
City to City Pachanga; Open to delegates only.
Noon-6 p.m.; 700 Santa Fe Dr., Denver; 303-534-8342

Artificial Intelligence is Better Than No Intelligence
Dialog:City; Open to the public.
Noon-6 p.m.; The Lab at Belmar, 404 S. Upham St., Lakewood; 303-934-1777

Tour of the Alliance Center
Alliance for Sustainable Colorado; Open to the public.
1-2 p.m.; Alliance Center, 1536 Wynkoop St., B500, Denver;

Major League Baseball: Colorado Rockies vs. Cincinnati Reds
Ticketed, open to the public.
1-4 p.m.; Coors Field, Denver; 800-388-ROCK

After Five Jazz Festival
After Five, LLC; Ticketed, open to the public.
1-7 p.m.; Historic Five Points District, Denver; 303-296-2701

Interfaith Service
Democratic National Convention Committee; Ticketed, open to the public.
2-4 p.m.; Colorado Convention Center-Wells Fargo Theater, Denver; 720-362-2008

Welcome “Nosh”
DNC Vice Chair Susan Turnbull; Invitation only.
2-5 p.m.; Zaidy’s Deli Downtown, 121 Adams St., Denver;

Italian American Democratic Leadership Council Festa Italiano
Italian American Democratic Leadership Council; Invitation only.
3-5 p.m.; Three Sons Italian Restaurant, 2915 W. 44th Ave., Denver; 315-382-4524

Manifest Hope Gallery Press Preview and Artist Reception, Evolutionary Media Group and Upper Playground; Invitation only.
3-5 p.m.; Manifest Hope Gallery, 2990 Larimer St., Denver; 323-658-8700

DGA Hospitality Suite Reception
Democratic Governors Association, Center for Innovative Policy; Invitation only.
3-5 p.m.; Bistro Vendome, 1420 Larimer St., Denver; 202-772-5600

Education Equality Project Town Hall Meeting and Reception
Education Equality Project; Open to the public.
3-6 p.m.; Denver Art Museum, 100 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy., Denver; Contact unavailable

Labor Delegates Meeting
AFL-CIO, Change to Win and the National Education Association; Ticketed, open to the public.
3-4:30 p.m.; Colorado Convention Center, Four Seasons Ballroom, Denver;

So You Say You Want Change? Exploring the Conflicts and Opportunities Ahead
Digg, EcoDriving, Google and Meru Networks; Open to the public.
4 p.m.; The Big Tent, DIGG Stage, 1536 Wynkoop St., Denver; 720-470-3653

Reception Celebrating Colorado with Sen. Ken Salazar
Level 3 Communications, Vail Resorts, Liberty Media and First Data; Invitation only.
4-6 p.m.; Home of James and Pamela Crowe, 5000 E. Quincy Ave., Denver; 720-570-9200

Outside of Convention: The Post of People Through American Democracy in Words and Music
Denver Public Library; Ticketed, open to the public.
4-7 p.m.; Colorado Convention Center, Denver; 720-865-1111

Outside of Convention: From Fannie Lou Hamer to Barack Obama, How the Civil Rights Movement Changed American Politics
Fresh City Life, The Nation and Rocky Mountain PBS; Ticketed, open to the public.
5-7 p.m.; Colorado Convention Center, Four Seasons Ballroom, Denver;

Colorado Public Radio and National Public Radio Public Forum
Colorado Public Radio and National Public Radio; Ticketed, open to the public.
5-7 p.m.; Colorado History Museum, 1300 Broadway, Denver; 303-871-9191, ext. 312

Private Screening of the Film “Golda’s Balcony”
National Jewish Democratic Council; Ticketed, open to the public.
5-6:30 p.m.; Auraria Campus, St. Cajetan’s, 900 Auraria Pkwy., Denver; 202-216-9060

Celebration of African American Leaders Reception
National Black Caucus of State Legislators, the Creative Coalition and Eli Lilly; Invitation only.
6-8 p.m.; Mezcal Denver, 3230 E. Colfax Ave., Denver; 202-624-5457

State Delegation Event Honoring Katrina Relief Organizations
Democratic National Convention Committee and Denver Office of Cultural Affairs; Open to the public.
6-8 p.m.; Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St., Denver; 720-865-4320

Reception Honoring Jewish Members of Congress
National Jewish Democratic Council; Open to the public, RSVP required.
6:30-9 p.m.; Auraria Campus, Golda Meir House, 1146 9th St., Denver; 202-216-9060

Reception Hosted by Tomkins CEO James Nicol
Kamlet, Shepherd & Reichert, LLP; Ticketed, open to the public.
6:30 p.m.-midnight; Museum of Contemporary Art, 1485 Delgany St., Denver; 303-744-4876

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Welcoming Party
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck; Invitation only.
7 p.m.; Denver Art Museum, 100 W. 14th Avenue Pkwy., Denver; 303-223-1387

Green Sunday at Red Rocks
Denver Host Committee; Invitation only.
7-11 p.m.; Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 18300 W. Alameda Pkwy, Morrison; 303-534-6200

Terra Nova: the Antarctic Suite by D.J. Miller, AKA Paul Miller
Dialog:City; Ticketed, open to the public.
7-11 p.m.; Denver Performing Arts Complex, Ellie Caulkins Auditorium, Denver; Contact unavailable

Bovine’s Planet Washington
Bovine Metropolis Theatre; Open to the public, ticket required.
7-12 a.m.; Bovine Metropolis Theatre, 1527 Champa St., Denver; 303-758-4722

New Orleans All-Star Jam-balaya
Friends of New Orleans, Roll Call; Ticketed, open to the public.
7 p.m.-2 a.m.; Fillmore Auditorium, 1510 Clarkson St., Denver; 202-715-1532

Blue Night in Denver with the Blue Dog Coalition
Blue Dog Coalition; Invitation only.
8 p.m.-midnight; Mile High Stadium, 2027 Olde W. Colfax Ave., Denver;

Black and White Charity Gala
African American Convention Foundation; Ticketed, open to the public.
9 p.m.-midnight; Grand Hyatt, 1750 Welton St., Denver;

YDA Kickoff Party
Young Democrats of America and College Young Democrats; Open to the public.
9 p.m.-midnight; Bar Standard, 1037 Broadway, Denver;

CBCI’s Red Hot Affair
Congressional Black Caucus Institute; Ticketed, open to the public.
9 p.m.-midnight; Cable Center, 2000 Buchtel Blvd., Denver; 202-785-3634

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