DENVER – Every weekend, 7NEWS compiles a list of some family friendly events you might enjoy.   Whether you are celebrating with your Valentine or ignoring the day altogether, there are plenty of things to do.  Here are our picks of the 7 Best Things To Do in Denver this weekend.  Thursday – Monday The Denver Dog ShowWhat: It’s a warm-up for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show!  Over 3000 dogs will compete in conformation, rally, agility and obedience.  Pick up a special treat for your favorite pooch at one of the vendor booths, tour an AKC Pet Disaster Relief trailer, and more.   You’ll be able to watch the dogs perform each day, and visit with dog owners and breeders, in case you are trying to find the breed that best fits their lifestyle.  

Where: National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt Street, Denver, Colo.When: Thursday – Monday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.Admission: $5 – Adults; Kids under 12 are free.  More Information:—————–Thursday – SundayColorado Garden & Home Show What:  Planning to remodel, update or simply need help finishing your honey-do list?  This is your one-stop-shop, your chance to visit with over 600 companies ready to introduce new technologies and trends in home improvements and landscaping.  Get lost in one of the inspiring garden oasis, full of rich color and fragrance.  Check out the Hot Products Zone displaying all the must-have gadgets for your home and lawn.  Attend one of the 50 plus free seminars and how-do demonstrations.  There will be no excuses after attending this show.   Where: Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th Street, Denver, Colo.When: Thursday & Friday: 12 p.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; and Sunday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.Admission:  $12 – Adults; Kids 12 years and under are free. (Discount tickets available at King Soopers.)More Information:—————-Thursday – SundayOrchid ShowcaseWhat: It’s not Valentine’s Day without flowers.  Explore a floral wonderland at the Denver Botanic Gardens’ annual Orchid Showcase.  You’ll smell the love in the air from the hundreds of orchid blooms spread among the fragrant citrus collections in the Orangery and Marnie’s Pavilion. Where:   … – Click Here To Visit Article Source