Weekend Arts Roundup: Marx Brothers, kites and more

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"Cutty" by Jaime Molina, one of the artists featured in "One: En Masse."

“12th Annual Arvada Kite Festival”
Stenger Soccer Complex, Arvada
April 6, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

This colorful Colorado tradition continues into its 12th year with kite-building workshops, flying contests and an aerial exhibition by the Mile High Kite Association.

“XicanIndie Film Fest IV: Latino World Cinema”
Su Teatro, Denver
April 3-6
This festival is a three-day celebration of Latino contributions to the cinematic arts, featuring 36 films and several guest speakers.

Photo: Animal Crackers (Featured Image)
“Animal Crackers” runs from April 4 to May 11 at the Stage Theatre at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

Matt Slocum Quartet
Dazzle Jazz, Denver
April 3, 7 p.m.

Contemporary jazz drummer Matt Slocum and his band perform “Black Elk’s Dream,” Slocum’s musical interpretation of the story of the native American warrior Black Elk.