Five Things You Need to Know: June 9, 2017

Posted at 6:03 AM, Jun 09, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-09 08:03:48-04
DENVER -- It's Friday, June 9, 2017. Here are five things you need to know as you start your day:
1. Gov. Hickenlooper running out of time to sign bills into law
There are a few bills left on the desk without Governor John Hickenlooper’s signature on them, but all bills go into effect Saturday morning. Any outstanding bills will not become law.
2. Road, light rail line closures
There are several outstanding weekend closures you need to know about. Find them in the graphic below.

In addition, Alameda, 10th & Osage and Auraria West will be closed. 

3. It’s National Marriage Day
Lovebirds will celebrate the summer season by tying the knot across the U.S. Check out some of our recent content to help plan your wedding!
4. Renaissance festival kicks off
For eight weekends, you can return to the 16th century in Larkspur. That starts this weekend. Learn more about the event here.
5. Parker Days Festival runs this weekend
The Parker Days Festival begins this Friday and runs through Sunday. Joining the festival this year are the Budweiser Clydesdales, the Farmer’s Market, an inflatable race track, a delectable food truck alley, the first-ever Miss Parker Days Pageant and aerial performers. The festival is also expanding this year -- it now runs from Parker Road all the way to Pace Center Drive.