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This is a calendar of events other than concerts and arts events. It does include art sales.
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Sunday, May 01
Aurora
Race for Open Space Fun Run Star K Ranch
at 08:00 AM
Join us for our 5K and 10 Mile Fun Run on Sunday, May 1, 2016 at Star K Ranch in Aurora.

Both races will start and end at the beautiful, soft surface Sand Creek Regional Greenway at Star K Ranch in Aurora (16002 E Smith Rd, Aurora, CO 80011). We will have accurate courses and timing as well as food, water and beer from our friends at Mu Brewery!

We are capping the number of registrants for the fun run, so sign up now! 
Boulder
Boulder Wine Reads Settembre Cellars Winery & Tasting Room
at 04:00 AM
This month at Settembre Cellars, our winemaker has selected "How to Taste" by Jancis Robinson (2008) for our wine read. What better way to learn about wine than to taste it? The book offers practical tasting exercises for wine connoisseurs of all levels.
Please take the time to read or browse through this guide to enjoying wine. Then join our discussion on May 1st where we'll apply what we learned. No charge to attend. Cash Bar 
Denver
One World Wellness: 12-Week Intensive Violet Hive Art Therapy & Healing
at 03:00 PM
Take this opportunity to connect deeply with your own wellness. Figure out what is important to you and open your awareness to how your choices impact you and the world around you. This class includes art, poetry, meditation to help you connect to your inner voice, with videos and recipes to keep it fun. Become the proud owner of your own inner peace and wellness. 12 weeks May-Jul. Led by Joan Gregerson, wellness coach and eco-nut. 
Lafayette
Lei Day Hula Performance WOW! Children's Museum
at 02:00 PM
Celebrate Lei Day (May Day in Hawaii) with a special hula performance by Keaka O Kalani I Na Mauna, a hula and Polynesian dance school in Boulder. The school's mission is to pass on the aloha spirit as well as an appreciation for Hawaiian and Polynesian dance, language and culture. This special program is part of the WOW! Goes Around the World series, sponsored by Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission and is included with Museum admission. 
Longmont
May Day Frolic! Still Cellars
at 05:00 PM
Join us as we welcome in the wonderful ways of May with "an evening of music and comedy for the creative working masses"! 
Monday, May 02
Boulder
NASAs MAVEN Mission Wrap up Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
This evenings talk, presented by Nick Schneider, the lead of MAVENs Remote Sensing Team, will recap MAVENs primary mission and its findings about how the Sun and solar wind have stripped away Mars atmosphere over billions of years. 
Longmont
Movie Mondays presents The Royal Tenenbaums Still Cellars
at 07:00 PM
Its just that time again for us to revisit one of our favorite Wes Anderson films. If you havent enjoyed this bit of cinematic brilliance, then seize the opportunity and come enjoy! (If you have seen the movie, then you knOw youll want to join us!) 
Westminster
Responsive Web Design for Beginners DaVinci Institute
at 06:00 PM
Responsive Web Design for Beginners 8-Week Workshop is perfect for beginners, designers without coding experience, small business owners who would like to create a website for their business or anyone else who wants to learn how to create and manage websites.

This workshop will include an overview of the concepts, theories and principles of website design and front-end development with a focus on hand coding and responsive design. 
Tuesday, May 03
Denver
Digital Storytelling Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
Join Open Media Foundation for a three-part digital storytelling course, ending with a live television interview that will showcase your work!
This class is perfect for individuals and nonprofits alike who are looking to tell a digital story with a minimal budget. The class will include lessons on characteristics of storytelling, developing your story and easy-to-follow instructions on the technical aspects of digital storytelling. 
Adobe Photoshop workshop Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
Want to make your video stand out? This introduction to Adobe Photoshop is exactly what youre looking for. In three hours we will teach you the basics needed to create your own lower third and graphics for your video production. Come join us and learn a little of the world's most popular graphic design program. 
Wednesday, May 04
Boulder
MAVEN's Mars Space Weather Report Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
at 07:30 PM
In this talk, Michael Chaffin will talk about the dynamic processes effecting Mars' atmosphere. Mars is now a desolate planet, but used to have a thicker atmosphere and flowing water on the surface. Learn about how the Sun's solar wind adversely effected Mars over time. 7:30 PM in the LSTB building (rm 299), located at 1234 Innovation Dr. in the CU-Boulder east campus research park. Doors open at 7 PM.
 
Denver
Experiential Marketing Summit 2016 Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th Street, Denver, 80202, Unit
at 08:00 AM
The Experiential Marketing Summit is the worlds largest training conference on event and experiential marketing.

 
Live Streaming with Youtube and Google Open Media Foundation
at 03:30 PM
Google and YouTube offer an amazing resource for individuals, organizations and government entities, especially the ability to have live video streaming via YouTube. Join Open Media Foundation for a two-hour class and learn how to use YouTube Live or Google Hangouts on Air to live stream your events. 
Thursday, May 05
Boulder
Preparing For Divorce: What You Need To Know Iris Office Park
at 07:00 PM
Collaborative Divorce Professionals of Boulder County sponsors free divorce seminars on the FIRST THURSDAY of every month. You will learn about legal, parental, financial, and emotional issues in divorce, and about collaborative divorce, an alternative that promotes mutual agreement. NO RSVP necessary 
Denver
Love This Place The Alliance Center 1536 Wynkoop
at 03:30 PM
You Yes YOU Can Go Renewable - Denver is a special place a place that finds a home in ones heart. Native or transplant, we all love this place. Were proud to call Denver home, and we show our love for the Mile High City by doing our part to take care of it. This is the first event in an eight-part series that will connect government agencies, local sustainability leaders and members of the public around Denvers 2020 Sustainability Goals to drive action in our Mile High City. 
Brown is the New White Book Signing by Steve Phillips Blair Caldwell African American Research Library
at 05:00 PM
Join national political leader, activist and author, Steve Phillips as he discusses his new book, NY Times best seller, Brown is the New White Thursday, May 5th from 5-7pm at the Blair Caldwell African American Research Library. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and Steve will also be doing a book signing. This event is free. Please RSVP to heather@freespeech.org or call 303-542-4813. This event is brought to you by Free Speech TV. 
Advanced Studio Production - audio Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
This workshop focuses on advanced techniques of studio TV production specifically needed for recording live musical performances. The class will offer an in-depth look at technical direction, advanced camera work, audio, audio set-up, and graphics with Broadcast Pix. Students will also have the opportunity to use the skills they have learned in the class by crewing on the subsequent Open Music Sessions show. 
Lafayette
Get Growing Garden Program WOW! Children's Museum
at 11:30 AM
Join the farmers from Ollin Farms for our first garden program of the season! Learn what plants need to grow and lend a helping hand to pull weeds, till the soil and plant veggies in our garden. Garden program activities are included with Museum admission. WOW! is located at 110 N. Harrison Ave, Lafayette. 
Longmont
Author Hannah Nordhaus@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Author Hannah Nordhaus will discuss her book "American Ghost."Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, May 06
Boulder
The Shadow Of The Bat, a Jungian Talk Community United Church of Christ
at 07:30 PM
Most early human cultures revered the bat. Not only was the bat held sacred for the essential role they play in our ecosystem as pollinators, seed dispersers, and natural insect control, they were also appreciated for their uniqueness. Bats are the only mammals that posses the ability for sustained flight, they nurse their young, and even share brainwave patterns common with those of primates. And yet, they mostly live underground in caves, sleep upside down, have the ability to see in the dark, 
Denver
Intro to Livestream Studio Workshop Open Media Foundation
at 05:00 PM
Learn how to use DOM's new Livestream Studio kit to have live video streaming of your events. The class will take part as part of the live Open Music Sessions on the First Friday of the month. Students will learn how to set up the Livestream Studio kit, connect cameras, and start the streaming for an event.

Students who are DOM members will receive one free rental of the Livestream Studio kit after completion of this course. 
Fort Collins
Gallery Walk at Global Village Museum Global Village Museum
at 06:00 PM
Travel a world away, yet never leave Fort Collins. China's exotic art and culture come alive at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures during Fort Collins Gallery Walk on Friday, May 6. Art collector Walter Huang will offer personal tours from 6-9 pm of "China's Imperial Treasures: Art and Artifacts." Admission to the Museum, at 200 West Mountain Avenue, is half-price ($.50 - $2.50). For more information: globalvillagemuseum.org.


 
Saturday, May 07
Denver
Cherry Creek Fresh Market, Saturdays May - October 8am-1pm Cherry Creek Shopping Center - 1st Ave. & University Blvd.
at 08:00 AM
The award winning Cherry Creek Fresh Market presents a high quality mix of Colorado growers and unique local gourmet food vendors representing the best of Colorado. Also enjoy chef demonstrations, kitchen and garden artisan products, gardening tips from Master Gardeners, live music and more in a fun and festive open-air shopping environment. 
Fort Collins
Story Time at the Museum Global Village Museum
at 11:00 AM
Fascinating Reading = Excellent Experience. So yes, it is ! Storytime at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures begins at 11 am the first Saturday of each month. Your May 7th adventure includes a fabulous story, creative craft, snack, and complimentary admission to explore the galleries with your parents, located at 200 West Mountain Avenue. For more information: visit globalvillagemuseum.org. 
Lafayette
Toddlerpalooza WOW! Children's Museum
at 10:00 AM
Join WOW! as we celebrate all things toddler! Toddler geared activities include snacks provided by Happy Family, marble painting in the Art Room, Kidsong music program, and special appearances by Popsicle the SCFD Polar Bear and Captain Bula of the Zula Patrol. All Toddlerpalooza activities are included with Museum admission! WOW! is located at 110 N. Harrison Ave, Lafayette. 
Tuesday, May 10
Boulder
Resilient, reliable, and renewable: A new approach to designing CU Koelbel Business School, Room 220 995 Regent Drive, Boulder,
at 07:00 PM
The United States is burdened by a dated and inefficient power system. To meet the energy challenges of the future, we must transition to a smarter, more efficient, and more sustainable electrical system that can power our economy for the long-term. Josh Valentine of the Clean Coalition, a nonprofit group based in the Bay Area, will talk about how to accelerate this transition to widespread renewable energy generation through its strategic work with policymakers, utilitites, and communities.
 
Wednesday, May 11
Boulder
Colorado Camping book launch and author talk Boulder Book Store
at 07:30 PM
Join Joshua Berman, author of Moon Colorado Camping: The Complete Guide to Tent and RV Camping, for a book launch event at Boulder Book Store. He'll focus on practical tips for camping in Colorado and share some family camping stories from the road. 
Denver
Intermediate Editing with Adobe Premiere pro Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
This two-day workshop will explore some of the more advanced capabilities of Adobe Premiere Pro, including a deeper look at the tools in the toolbar, chroma keying, keyframing, subclipping, color correction, multi-camera editing, and how Premiere Pro works with the other applications in the Adobe Creative Suite. This class is intended for those with experience with Adobe Premiere Pro or for those who have taken the Editing with Premiere Pro class.

The class will happen on two consecutive evenin 
Englewood
Fundraiser for the Open Media Foundation at Patxi's Pizza! 3455 S University Blvd. Englewood, CO 80113
at 10:00 AM
Participate in Patxi's Pizza's 52 Weeks of Giving on May 11 and benefit the Open Media Foundation!

The Open Media Foundation (openmediafoundation.org) is an innovative media and technology nonprofit organization dedicated to putting the power of the media in the hands of the people, enabling everyone to engage in their community and bring about the change they wish to see in the world. We offer video production, web design, and branding services to nonprofit and government organizations at a f 
Thursday, May 12
Denver
Mission Wear Annual Fashion Show and Silent Auction Fundraiser Summit Church
at 06:00 PM
Third Annual Fashion Show and Silent Auction Fundraiser featuring designers from Denver. Our annual gala benefits women in Denver who have obstacles to employment or who are in recovery from addiction 
Passport to the Past: Celebrating 15 Years of Refugee Resettleme The Brown Palace Hotel
at 07:00 PM
Please join us for ECDC's African Community Center's 15th Anniversary Gala.
May 2016 will mark 15 years of successful refugee resettlement for the African Community Center. In 2001, ACC was formed with only 3 employees resettling 60 refugees with one program. Fast forward to today, ACC has 50 employees resettling over 550 refugees and several successful programs.

We have so much to celebrate!

The event is at the Brown Palace Hotel in downtown Denver where you will enjoy drinks and hors d'oe 
Saturday, May 14
Boulder
Stamp Out Hunger food drive Your mail box
at noon
Saturday, May 14 marks the 24th anniversary of the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger food drive. Please take a few minutes to leave a bag of non-perishable food donations (ideally, high-protein items) in a sturdy bag by your mailbox and your letter carrier will pick it up and deliver it to local food banks. All food collected in Boulder will go directly to EFAA. More info at efaa.org/events 
Brews For Bernie Owsley's Golden Road
at 02:00 PM
Come to Owsley's Golden Road from 2-6PM to dance in the sunshine, network with and hear speeches from national delegates, community organizers and local political figures as we raise money to support the Bernie Sanders Presidential Campaign. Live music from The Tympos, Flash Mountain Flood, and The Workshy. $1 from every beer will be donated. suggested donation at the door. 
Denver
4th Annual Valverde Bazaar Outdoor Market Eron Johnson Antiques
at 09:00 AM
Named one of the Five Best Flea Markets in Metro Denver in 2015 by Westword, this curated market celebrates top, Colorado artists and small businesses selling a diverse mix of vintage, antique and hip handmade products. The Valverde Bazaar has expanded to over 90 sellers, who set up shop in the outdoor space of Eron Johnson Antiques, surrounded by garden and architectural antiques. In between browsing the stalls, sample great, local food from vendors like the Humble Pie Store. 
Intro to Studio Production Open Media Foundation
at 11:00 AM
Make your own TV show! The Intro to Studio Production Workshop will cover basic use of all studio equipment, including camera operations, lighting theory, color, and audio mixing, as well as control-room equipment, such as the studio switcher, audio mixer, and camera controls. Participants will be required to volunteer on one real-world studio shoot before receiving certification, after which DOM members will be certified to use both DOM studios. 
Fort Collins
Chinese Herbs and Foods by Al Leung Global Village Museum
at 02:00 PM

From ancient traditions to modern supplements, Chinese herbal medicine has stood the test of time. Scientist and author Dr. Al Leung will explore the history and healing uses of Chinese herbs at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 West Mountain Avenue, from 2-4 pm on Saturday, May 14. For more information: visit globalvillagemuseum.org.
 
Sunday, May 15
Longmont
Two Authors - Two Fresh Perspectives on Adoption Barbed Wire Books
at 02:00 PM
Come join us for a dual book signing on the topic of adoption. The authors are Johanna Garton who wrote "Awakening East: Moving Our Adopted Children Back to China" and Tom LaMarr who wrote "Geezer Dad: How I Survived Infertility Clinics, Fatherhood Jitters, Adoption Wait Limbo & Things That Go 'Waa' in the Night." Bring your questions and stories as it's sure to be a lovely event! 
bach-in-longmont: romanticism unveiled Longmont Museum
at 05:00 PM
The glorious music of Johannes Brahms performed on original instruments of his lifetime for the first time ever in Colorado! Featuring Mina Gajic, performing on her historic blue-and-gold Erard grand piano, built in Paris in the year 1895, and brought to Colorado just last year. Program includes Brahms Horn Trio, Brahms songs, and selected works by J.S. Bach, Associate Principal Horn of the St. Louis Symphony, Thomas Jostlein, Front Range Soprano, Amanda Balestrieri, Boulder Bach Festival Artis 
Tuesday, May 17
Denver
Website Design with Wix Open Media Foundation
at 02:00 PM
Make your own TV show! The Intro to Studio Production Workshop will cover basic use of all studio equipment, including camera operations, lighting theory, color, and audio mixing, as well as control-room equipment, such as the studio switcher, audio mixer, and camera controls. Participants will be required to volunteer on one real-world studio shoot before receiving certification, after which DOM members will be certified to use both DOM studios. 
Wednesday, May 18
Longmont
Job Hunters Workshop@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 06:30 PM
Career Counselor Jane McKean will conduct a job workshop on interviewing, upstairs in the UnQuiet Study Area. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Thursday, May 19
Denver
Google Analytics Open Media Foundation
at 02:00 PM
This workshop will take students through the basics of using Google Analytics to measure how users find and use your website. Topics include how to set up a Google Analytics account, how to navigate the interface, how to segment and filter data, and how Analytics can be used with Google AdWords. Please bring your account information if you want to participate in the hands-on portion of the class. 
Intro to Motion 5 workshop Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
THave you been wanting to add some pizazz to your video projects? Would you like to learn how to incorporate professional-looking title sequences and motion graphics into your work? Well if so, we have the class for you! This hands-on course will familiarize students with Motion 5, Apple's revolutionary software for motion graphics design. Designed for individuals new to the world of motion graphics, this class will teach students how to manipulate 2-D elements, including text, in 3-D space. 
Hope is Brewing Factotum Brewhouse
at 06:30 PM
Hope is Brewing is an evening in which abolitionists (and great local food vendors) and beer aficionados come together for a good cause. Love146 President and Co-Founder Rob Morris and Executive Director North America Jim Ehrman will be on hand to talk about the movement to end child sex trafficking and how to make a safer world for children. Bring a friend and your favorite board game. Families are welcome non-alcoholic beverages will be served.

 
Longmont
Water for Longmont@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Water Resources Manager Ken Huson will discuss "Water for Longmont: Past, Present & Future." Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, May 20
Boulder
7th Annual GoldLab Symposium Muenzinger Auditorium, CU-Boulder Campus
at 08:30 AM
The seventh annual GoldLab Symposium focuses on the scientific and the social components of health care. In addition to the usual interesting science, humor, clinical information, medical research, and quality-of-life issues, we once again come together to think, learn, and laugh in hopes that we can turn our discussions into actions for improving health care and healthy living for all. Join us. Free to the public; but, registration is required 
Saturday, May 21
Boulder
Kids to Parks Day Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 11:00 AM
Children of all ages will have a great time celebrating National Kids to Parks Day. National Kids to Parks Day was organized and launched by the National Park Trust and encourages kids and their families to get outdoors and visit Americas parks. Join the Department of Parks and Recreation as we encourage children young and old to explore the Civic Area and discover science, history, nature and adventure.

 
1st Annual Boulder 'Blue Moon' Team Hope Walk Bandshell
at 06:00 PM
Join us walking and light up the night BLUE to raise awareness of Huntington's disease and funds to provide support for those affected by the disease. Registration starts at 6pm and walk "kick off" is at 7pm. 
Into the Heart of Rumi - an Evening of Poetry, Music, Movement Solstice Center
at 07:00 PM
We warmly invite you into a deep and heart opening experience of the poetry and Sufi practices of Rumi and his understanding of Love during this full moon night. This will be an evening of gentle practices of meditation, deep chant/zikr, discourse, poetry, and music. The combination of these practices drop us deep into our hearts and are profoundly healing and awakening. 
Denver
Change Minds One Step at a Time NAMIWalks 2016 Centennial Center Park
at 09:00 AM
Take strides with NAMI Colorado as we walk to raise awareness and fight stigma about mental illness. The purpose of NAMIWalks is not only to raise funds, but to raise public awareness and eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness. 
Fort Collins
Old Town Car Show Downtown Fort Collins
at 10:00 AM
Hundreds of great hot rods, vintage cars and classic trucks will be on display in Downtown Fort Collins. This event is free for spectators and open to all ages. Come downtown and enjoy the atmosphere of historic Old Town while viewing hundreds of cars. The variety of cars and trucks will include custom cars, street rods, fat fender street rods, muscle cars, classic motorcycles, classic cars and classic trucks and will line Mountain Ave and Walnut Street. 
Longmont
How People Make Things exhibition Longmont Museum
at 09:00 AM
The Longmont Museum's popular summer exhibition for families is back! How People Make Things, inspired by the factory tour segments from the Mister Rogers Neighborhood television series, offers hands-on activities using real factory tools and machines to create objects with four manufacturing processes. Use a die cutter to make a horse, operate a 3-axis mill to carve a block of wax, assemble a real golf cart, don a lab coat and safety glasses to become a factory technician and more! 
Opening Event for the How People Make Things Exhibit Longmont Museum
at 10:00 AM
You're invited to the opening event for the How People Make Things Exhibit!
Climb on cool construction equipment outside including a backhoe, a front end loader and a bucket truck, courtesy of Longmont Power and Communications. Explore the new hands-on exhibition, crafts for the kids and snacks and drinks.
Cost is $5.00 for seniors/students and $8.00 for adults. 
Wednesday, June 01
Denver
2nd Screening of the film Minamalism Mayan Theatre
at 07:30 PM
Back by popular demand! A second screening of the film Minimalism hosted by EliSons Workshop.
Our first screening SOLD OUT! Due to so much interest we decided to bring it back for a second showing! Join EliSons Workshop at the Mayan Theater on Wednesday, June 1, 7:30pm.
This is an incredibly inspiring story of two friends who have transformed their stressful lives chasing the "American Dream" to happy, simple, sustainable, and intentional lives. 
Longmont
Making Things in Longmont: Longmonts Manufacturing History Lectu Longmont Museum
at 10:00 AM
Longmont Museum Curator of History, Erik Mason explores what Longmont has made through its manufacturing history, from canned peas to garden tractors to computer storage media. Free admission. 
Thursday, June 02
Longmont
Making Things in Longmont: Longmont's Manufacturing History Longmont Museum
at 07:00 PM
Longmont Museum Curator of History, Erik Mason explores what Longmont has made through its manufacturing history, from canned peas to garden tractors to computer storage media. 
Friday, June 03
Loveland
Shop Party at The Forge 1067 Des Moines Ave
at 06:00 PM
6-10 p.m.Bring your classic car and celebrate classic car culture at The Forge, a longstanding, nationally recognized Loveland custom restoration shop that is driven by passion, integrity and a purist's devotion to hand built craftsmanship. Browse the shop, get a sneak peek at some vintage cars set to be displayed at the Hot Cars Cool Nights classic car show June 4, see classic car restorations in progress, enjoy food and drinks 
Saturday, June 04
Denver
Golden Farmers Market, Saturdays Jun - Oct Golden Public Library - 1019 10th St., Golden
at 08:00 AM
The Golden Farmers Market, now produced by Colorado Fresh Markets, is a fun family destination. This charming 14 year-old creek-side market is adjacent to trails and parks and features a high quality mix of local produce, gourmet products, and delicious cuisine, with live music and more. Come spend the day in Golden! 
Loveland
Hot Cars Cool Nights Downtown Loveland
at 10:00 AM
10am-4pm spanning 3rd St. to 5th St., from Cleveland to Garfield | Awards at 3 p.m.| 4 6 p.m. Rest up or Dine Around | Rock'n Downtown Beer Tour starts at 6pm at Verboten Brewery and ends at Loveland Aleworks. Step back in time at Hot Cars Cool Nights June 4 in downtown Loveland, Colorado and embrace the nostalgia of vintage Americana where craftsmanship, innovation and small town values collide. 
Sunday, June 05
Boulder
Goldilocks Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Goldilocks is a curious girl who loves to explore the world around her! Follow her on the trails as she encounters unlocked doors, a family of bears, and many other adventures in her quest for what is "just right." From Patti Murtha, the author of last year's hiking play, Little Red and Her Feisty Friends, this adaptation of the classic story is sure to please. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Goldilocks are performed. 
Denver
City Park Esplanade Fresh Market & Bazaar, Sundays Jun - Oct Sullivan Fountain - E. Colfax Ave & Columbine St.
at 09:00 AM
Now in its 19th season, the City Park Esplanade Fresh Market sets up around historic Sullivan Fountain among the majestic statues and architecture of the City Park Esplanade. A strong agricultural market, youll find the best selection of local growers on a Sunday complimented by a fun mix of fresh food vendors in an urban park setting. Plenty of free parking so if you miss the Cherry Creek Fresh Market on Saturday, visit your favorite market vendors on Sunday. 
Monday, June 06
Boulder
YOUTH FOOTBALL SPEED, STRENGTH & CONDITIONING (2-8 years) Boulder High School
at 05:00 PM
BOYS GRADES 2-8 (Fee charged) June 6-23, 2016 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 10-11:30am.The coaching staff at Boulder High School is committed to providing all Boulder Youth Football players with an opportunity to train with the Boulder High Staff and Football Players.
Register at the Boulder High school Web Site, Click on line payments fees and sign up under Sports Camps Registration & fee Payments.
Questions, please contact Coach Simmons. Email robert.simmons@bvsd.org office 720-561-2325 
Tuesday, June 07
Boulder
Show People (1928) Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Featuring live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano.
A delightful silent comedy about a starry-eyed country girl (Marion Davies) who dreams of becoming a Hollywood star. She succeeds, but much to the dismay of studio liaison Billy Moone, who has fallen for her. Will she choose love or fame? 
Saturday, June 11
Denver
7th annual Jodi's Race for Awareness Denver City Park (pavilions area)
at 07:30 AM
Colorado's largest 5k and 1-mile run/walk fundraiser for ovarian cancer. Join thousands of runners and walkers, including ovarian cancer survivors and their family and friends, and help raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.Proceeds benefit the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance. Family friendly event includes a Fun Zone, Dog Zone, Expo, Survivor Breakfast and live music.
 
XPLORE Denver - Urban Adventure Race Denver, Downtown
at noon
XPLORE is a team-based adventure race through the city for athletes and fun-seekers of all ability levels. Your team can travel on foot or use public transit as you race to various locations around the city, solve clues, and interact with locals to complete wild challenges along the way. XPLORE is a massive scavenger hunt gone wild where you'll get to experience the city like never before, meet lots of other fun adventurers, and get a great workout. 
Sunday, June 12
Longmont
Longmont Artists Guild Members 2016 Art Show and Sale Boulder County Fairground Barn A
at 09:00 AM
Longmonts' finest artists show and sell their work at the Boulder county Fairgrounds. Judging Categories: Oil paintings, watercolor, acrylic, pastel, drawing, printmaking and mixed media plus standard photography, enhanced photography and 3D artwork. 
Tuesday, June 14
Boulder
Boulder Hydro System & Canyon Hydro Modernization Project CU Koelbel Business School, Room 220 995 Regent Drive, Boulder,
at 07:00 PM
Please join us as Jake Gesner, Water Resources Hydroelectric Manager for the City of Boulder, provides an over view on the Citys hydroelectric system and the modernization of a 1910 hydro facility completed in 2013. 
Wednesday, June 15
Denver
Cherry Creek Fresh Market, Wednesdays Jun - Sep Cherry Creek Shopping Center - 1st Ave. & University Blvd.
at 09:00 AM
The award winning Cherry Creek Fresh Market presents a high quality mix of Colorado growers and unique local gourmet food vendors representing the best of Colorado. Also enjoy chef demonstrations, kitchen and garden artisan products, gardening tips from Master Gardeners, live music and more in a fun and festive open-air shopping environment.
 
Sunday, June 19
Denver
Stapleton Fresh Market, Sundays Jun - Oct Stapleton Founder's Green - E. 29th Ave. & Roslyn St.
at 08:30 AM
The Stapleton Fresh Market is a fun family event that sets up around the large grassy knoll of Stapleton Founders Green. Come to enjoy the plethora of tasty food booths and picnic with locally grown goodies on the Green. Kick a ball around, play a little frisbee or splash in the wading fountain on hot summer days. Theres something for everyone at this popular community market celebrating its 12th season this year.
 
Saturday, June 25
Longmont
KINETICS 2016! The 37th Annual Kinetics Sculpture Race Longmont's Union Reservoir
at 11:00 AM
An all-day festival thats boatloads of fun for the whole family!The Kinetics Sculpture Race features decorated, amphibious, human-powered crafts & costumed teams with Zany Themes racing across land & water!Featuring:Music, Food & Beer Garden, Entertainment all day, Mountain Swim Series: Open Water Swims, "Light up the Lake" Sculpture Burn on the water at dusk. 11 AM-10 PM
 
Wednesday, July 06
Boulder
The Camerarman (1928) Chautauqua Auditorium
at 04:00 AM
Starring Buster Keaton and featuring live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano.Buster (Buster Keaton), a sidewalk tintype photographer in New York City, falls hard for Sally, a MGM Newsreel secretary. To be near her, he empties his bank account, purchases an old film camera and attempts to get a job as one of MGMs cameraman.
 
Denver
Fresh Market Pop-Up, Wednesdays Jul - Aug The Landmark - 7600 Landmark Way, Greenwood Village
at 04:00 PM
The Fresh Market Pop-up at the Landmark is a pop-up version of the popular Cherry Creek Fresh Market. Come over after work for live music and libations as you shop for fresh produce and enjoy delicious cuisine from local vendors. 
Sunday, July 10
Boulder
Goldilocks Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Goldilocks is a curious girl who loves to explore the world around her! Follow her on the trails as she encounters unlocked doors, a family of bears, and many other adventures in her quest for what is "just right." From Patti Murtha, the author of last year's hiking play, Little Red and Her Feisty Friends, this adaptation of the classic story is sure to please. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Goldilocks are performed. 
Wednesday, July 13
Boulder
Why Be Good? (1929) Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Featuring live musical accompaniment by the Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra. Per Kelly (Moore), a flapper with a dubious reputation enjoys a vivacious night of dancing and finds herself in love with the bosss son. To test her virtue, her boss orchestrates an elaborate test to prove her worthiness for his son. 
Monday, July 18
Boulder
Youth Contact Camp Boulder High School
at 05:30 PM
Fee charged. July 18-20 (Monday-Wednesday)5:30pm-7:30pm BHS/Reight Field
The coaching staff at Boulder High School is committed to providing all Boulder Youth Football players with an opportunity to train with the Boulder High Staff and Football Players.
Register at the Boulder High school Web Site, Click on line payments fees and sign up under Sports Camps Registration & fee Payments. Contact Camp Grades 2nd through 8th.
Questions robert.simmons@bvsd.org office 720-561-2325 cell 206-250-2926 
Wednesday, July 20
Boulder
The Kid (1921) Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Starring Charlie Chaplin and featuring live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano. Written by, directed by, produced by and starring Chapin, The Kid is a silent masterpiece about a tramp who discovers a little orphan (Jackie Coogan) and brings him up, but is left desolate when the orphanage reclaims him. Also screened will be A Dogs Life (1918) starring Charlie Chaplin and a young pup. 
Saturday, July 23
Boulder
Goldilocks Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Goldilocks is a curious girl who loves to explore the world around her! Follow her on the trails as she encounters unlocked doors, a family of bears, and many other adventures in her quest for what is "just right." From Patti Murtha, the author of last year's hiking play, Little Red and Her Feisty Friends, this adaptation of the classic story is sure to please. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Goldilocks are performed. 
Golden
VegFest Colorado Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 10:00 AM
VegFest Colorado is a two day health and environmental fair supporting a plant-based lifestyle. This event features medical professionals speaking about the health benefits of a plant-based diet. VegFest Colorado also features cooking presentations by expert chefs, and other experts presenting various topics related to a vegan lifestyle, compassion for animals, and environmental matters. Additional activities include food sampling, restaurants, commercial and non-profit vendors, fun for the kid 
Monday, July 25
Broomfield
"I Have a Dream" Foundation's Annual Golf Event Omni Interlocken Golf Club
at 08:00 AM
Join us for Boulder Countys BEST charity golf event. Fantastic prizes, on-course beverages and a fun-filled awards luncheon are included in the day.Co-Ed 18 Hole Tournament Registration opens at 7:15 a.m., shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Ladies only 9 Hole Tournament Registration opens at 9:00 a.m., shotgun start at 10:30 a.m. 
Tuesday, August 09
Boulder
For Heaven's Sake (1926) & Number Please (1918) Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Starring Harold Lloyd and featuring live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano.
An irresponsible young millionaire, J. Harold Manners (Harold Lloyd) changes his tune when he falls for the daughter of a downtown minister. In order to build up attendance and win Hopes attention, Harold runs through town causing trouble and winds up with a crowd chasing him right into the mission. Also screened this evening will be Lloyds masterpiece short, "Number Please." 
Thursday, August 11
Denver
Fresh Market Pop-Up, Thursdays Aug 11 - Sep 1 Stapleton Conservatory Green - E. 49th St. & Valentia Ct.
at 05:00 PM
The Fresh Market Pop-up at Stapleton is a pop-up version of the popular Stapleton Fresh Market. Come over after work for live music and libations as you shop for fresh produce and enjoy delicious cuisine from your favorite Stapleton vendors.
 
Friday, August 12
Fort Collins
Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest Downtown Fort Collins
at 05:00 PM
Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest is a free, three-day music festival held each August in historic downtown Fort Collins. The 2016 festival will take place Aug. 12, 13 and 14. In addition to a large Colorado lineup, three renowned headliners anchor main stage performances each night. 
Friday, August 19
Loveland
Loveland Old Fashioned Corn Roast Festival Downtown Loveland along 4th St. and Railroad Ave.
at 05:00 PM
The Old Fashioned Corn Roast Festival is Loveland's longest running community event and brings together businesses families and visitors alike to celebrate the community's agricultural roots, said Mindy McCloughan, president of the Loveland Chamber of Commerce.
The Corn Roast Festival is a perfect summer getaway for families to indulge in the real Colorado experience. 
Saturday, August 20
Loveland
Loveland Old Fashioned Corn Roast Festival Downtown Loveland along 4th St. and Railroad Ave.
at 09:00 AM
The 2016 Old Fashioned Corn Roast Festival will be held in downtown Loveland Aug. 19 20. It will include a parade, corn shucking contest, delicious boiled and roasted corn and live entertainment for all ages. May the Corn Be With You is this years theme that will be tied throughout event festivities including the Corn Roast Festival parade. The Old Fashioned Corn Roast Festival offers family fun, adventure, entertainment and interactive activities. 
Saturday, September 17
Fort Collins
FORToberfest Downtown Fort Collins
at 11:00 AM
Fort Collins-style Oktoberfest street festival. It is a celebration of our vibrant music scene, the local brewing industry and the importance of sustainability to our City (bands, beers & bikes). There will be art and bike vendors, delicious food offerings and live music throughout the day. Attendees will also have the opportunity to customize their own Taster Trays from 12+ Fort Collins breweries.

 
Friday, October 28
Glendale
Mile High MMAyhem Infinity Park
at 05:00 AM
The Mile High Five (MH5) Foundation was founded in 2013 with the sole mission of hosting Mile High MMAyhem (MHM) each year; 2016 marks the fourth year for MHM. The net proceeds benefit worthy organizations supporting youth/health-related organizations. Mile High MMAyhem is a black-tie a air featuring mixed martial arts bouts and will be held on October 28, 2016.
 
Monday, October 31
Fort Collins
Tiny Tot Halloween Downtown Fort Collins
at 10:00 AM
Its time to scare up some new costume ideas for your little ones! The annual Tiny Tot Halloween beginning at 10:00 a.m. We invite all children under seven years old and their parents/guardians to join us for a safe trick-or-treating experience in Downtown Fort Collins.
 
Friday, November 04
Fort Collins
Downtown Holiday Lighting Ceremony Downtown Fort Collins
at 05:30 PM
Thousands of strands of holiday lights will illuminate historic Downtown Fort Collins as we "flip the switch" at the annual Downtown Holiday Lighting Ceremony. This years lighting effort continues it's commitment to being green. LED light strands are used exclusively in this years display which will be in place from November 4 - February 14 (approximately). LED light strands lead to power savings of about 90% over standard lights.
 
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