How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Grand Junction While Single
This Friday is Valentine's Day, which can be a really nice day for couples to celebrate their love, give gifts and have a nice dinner. However, for singles, Valentine's Day isn't particularly fun. Here are some ideas on how to celebrate Valentine's Day in Grand Junction while single.
The Feisty Pint is holding an anti-Valentine's Day night on Friday from 6 to 10 pm. They will be having drink and food specials, and board games. Plus, as mentioned by their event page, this night promises to be "mush free."
How about a concert to avoid all of the lovey-dovey couples on Valentine's Day? Cruisers on Horizon Drive is hosting a live music night with local band Union of None. The festivities begin at 9:30 pm and it's free.
Grand Junction's Central Station is holding a traffic light party, where you wear a different color depending on your status and meet new people. For example, if you're taken you wear red, if you're in a complicated relationship you wear yellow, and if you're single you wear green. Just a bit of advice, be careful with those yellow wearing folks.
Glacier Ice Arena is hosting a free ice skating night on Valentine's Day. This could actually be a good event for singles, couples, and people wanting to meet new people.
Finally, how about a basketball game to keep your mind off the mush? The World Famous Harlem Wizards will be putting on a show at Orchard Mesa Middle School on Valentine's Day, complete with their signature basketball tricks.