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Union Station



Step through any of the Denver Union Station entrances and you'll automatically see that history got a makeover. Every detail of the stunning Great Hall space pays homage to a pioneer spirit while embracing a truly modern sensibility.

  Union Station Inside



This exciting historical building has been revamped while keeping the spirt of the West in the heart of downtown Denver.  The unique and central space is quickly becoming one of our new favorite, and most desirable venues! 

Available for weddings, corporate parties, or social events, Union Station is an ideal space that leaves a lasting impression. 




New Year's Fun Facts

Champagne Cork with Confetti


The first New Year's celebration dates back 4,000 years. Julius Caesar, the emperor of Rome, was the first to declare Jan. 1 a national holiday. He named the month after Janus, the Roman god of doors and gates. Janus had two faces, one looking forward and one looking back. Caesar felt that a month named after this god would be fitting.

Forty-five percent of Americans make New Year's resolutions. The top resolutions are: to lose weight, get organized, to spend less and save more, to stay fit and healthy, and to quit smoking. While nearly half of all Americans make resolutions, 25 percent of them give up on their resolutions by the second week of January.

  • Be sure to eat leafy greens on New Year's. Tradition says that the more leafy greens a person eats, the more prosperity he or she will experience (what an incentive for staying healthy!). Tradition also says that legumes bring prosperity because beans and peas look like coins. No wonder why so many people eat black eyed peas on Jan. 1.

  • Greens and Peas

    Many people ring in New Year's by popping open a bottle of champagne. Americans drink close to 360 million glasses of sparkling wine during this time. The bubbly stuff dates back to the 17th century, when the cork was invented.

    About 1 million people gather in New York City's Times Square to watch the ball drop. The Times Square New Year's Eve ball drop came about because of a ban on fireworks. The first ball in 1907 was 700 pounds and was lit with 100 25-watt lights. The current ball puts the old one to shame (thanks to technology). Today, it is covered in 2,688 crystals, is lit by 32,000 LED lights, weighs 11,875 pounds and is 12 feet in diameter.


     Make sure to be surrounded by family or loved ones on New Year's Eve.

     The first person you come across in the new year could set the tone for the next 12 months. This applies to couples, as well. If a couple celebrating New Year's together does not kiss, the future of the relationship might be splitsville, so be sure to lay one on your significant other.

    NYE Kiss  


    Event Planning 2015: 

    Celebrate Winter! 

    With holiday prep and planning almost over, it is time to think a head to the other winter months.  January and February are excellent months
    to plan parties.  
    Serendipity can help with venue selection, menu planning, entertainment, flowers -- down to the last festive detail. 

     Last Minute Holiday Cocktail Parties

    Holiday martini  

     For the last minute planner, nothing is better than a simple holiday cocktail party.  With a few additions cocktail hour can be casual, or upscale-- last for a few hours or, the party could go all night long...
    (hello, New Year's Eve!)
     If you are looking for one last hurrah this season, invite a few friends over for a cocktail party!   

    Holiday Baking & Bark Making
    White Holiday Cookies

    Thank You for Your  
    Kind Words
    Mini Cubans
    "Laura!! I planned on sending you a 'review.' The best response I received was
    "The food was so good, I'll never be able to appreciate anything because it won't be as good as Serendipity!" 

    Everyone loved, loved, loved it! (The Serendipity staff) were very friendly and moved around the room. 

    The mini Cuban sandwiches didn't stand a chance! Desserts were to die for! We loved every minute of it!  
    Merry Christmas!!

     The Denver Zoo
    Holiday Staff Party 
    December 2014

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