Get It Girl: A Celebration for International Women's Day

Get It Girl
12PM - 6PM
The Block
Get It Girl: A Celebration for International Women's Day
For the event, The Block is partnering with female-owned and managed businesses to showcase the hard-working ladies behind some of our favorite places in the city. The distillery will turn into an artisan market for the afternoon and feature exclusive shopping from Awakening BoutiqueTemper ChocolatesReRoot Gardens, and a few of our other locally-owned shops along with specialty cocktails and female-owned What Would Cheesus Do camped outside of the tasting room.
We're also partnering with Youth On Record to highlight their FEMpowered program with a portion of the proceeds from our specialty cocktail sales going directly to this organization.
At The Block, Michelle Weaver - co-owner and distiller - is at the helm of much that they do but is usually in the background. We want to put her at the forefront with all of the work she does from an operations standpoint. She manages the financials, human resources, and all of the details that go behind-the-scenes to make sure the distillery and tasting room run smoothly. 
Who: The Block Distilling Co. (2990 Larimer St., Denver, CO 80205)
What: "Get It Girl": A Celebration of International Women's Day
When: Sunday, March 8 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  • $10 entry provides you with (1) cocktail and access to the artisan market
  • artisans participating are either owners, managers, or operators at their businesses
  • vendors will be selling their goods and answering questions about their businesses
  • a giveaway from our partners for attendees filled with goodies
About Our Partners:
  • Awakening Boutique is Denver's premier sex-positive boutique and community resource. It is owned and operated by two badass women that we adore: Tory Johnson and Rose Kalasz.
  • Temper Chocolates creates beautiful, delicious chocolate and treats in The Denver Central Market. At the helm of their creations is their head chocolatier Anna Martinez.
  • ReRoot was created to re-connect people with nature in our urban jungle. The retail store is run by three nature-loving ladies: Paige, Sarai, and Sarah. 
  • What Would Cheesus Do makes grilled cheese a work of art. The truck was established in 2016 by Genevieve Hardin and has been making people happy ever since.