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Tuesday, June 28
Longmont
Kids' Movies at the Museum Longmont Museum
at 10:00 AM
Monsters, Inc. Rated G
Monsters Inc. shows us the life behind the scenes of things that go bump in the night. The big, blue and fuzzy James P. Sullivan (John Goodman) and his opinionated, one-eyed roommate Mike Wzowski (Billy Crystal) are two professional scare specialists. Their job is to harness the energy created when they make little kids scream. This energy is bottled and keeps their society going. When they accidentally let a young girl named Boo into their world behind 
Westminster
Free Coworking Day DaVinci Institute
at 09:00 AM
Coworking. Its not about renting a desk, its about bwing a part of an entrepreneurial community, about creating synergies between companies that helps each firm rise to the next level. The DaVinci Institute is already 75% full and were moving to ensure that every company who joins our community brings value to the group.
 
Wednesday, June 29
Boulder
Frackopoly Reading at Boulder Bookstore Boulder Book Store
at 07:30 PM
Come meet Food & Water Watch Executive Director Wenonah Hauter while she is in Boulder talking about her new book Frackopoly: The Battle for the Future of Energy and the Environment shines a fresh light on the influence the oil and gas industry has in politics today and chronicles the political power generated by an exciting grassroots movement that is fighting to ban fracking, keep fossil fuels in the ground and help take back our democracy.
 
Denver
Field Production Workshop Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
Most perceived barriers to professional-quality video production don't really exist. You can produce high-quality work even with limited financial resources. In the Field Production workshop, we focus on ease, affordability and resourcefulness in professional-quality video production.
 
Thursday, June 30
Boulder
Colorado Music Festival- Opening Night Gala Chautauqua Auditorium
at 04:30 PM
Enjoy an elegant farm-to-table style dinner under a tent on the Great Lawn at Chautauqua in celebration of the Colorado Music Festival's opening night concert. Music Director, Jean-Marie Zeitouni and renowned Belgian chef, Willem De Froy of Guillaumes European Catering, collaborate to present a unique menu inspired by the evening's symphonic work; Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique. Dinner will include a spirited performance by Festival guest artist ensemble So Percussion. 
Longmont
Summer Outdoor Concert Series at the Museum, Hot Tomatoes Longmont Museum
at 06:30 PM
The 2016 Longmont Museum Summer Concert Series will be held Thursday evenings from 6:30 - 8 pm, through July 21. Our concerts are held in the Museum's outdoor grassy courtyard. Lawn chairs and picnics are welcome, and alcohol and concessions will be for sale (only alcohol purchased on site is allowed). New this year, our galleries will be open on the evenings of the concerts from 6 - 9 pm! Bring your family and enjoy an evening of music and culture. 
Friday, July 01
Fort Collins
Donkeys and pigs and bears oh my! Global Village Museum
at 06:00 PM
Donkeys and pigs and bears oh my! Animal figurines are just a few of the collections to debut July 1 at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 West Mountain Avenue in Fort Collins. Bring me back a souvenir! Global Travelers & Grand Memories opens 6-9 pm with over 30 international collections from residents in Northern Colorado. Admission is half-price as part of Fort Collins Gallery Walk. For more information, visit globalvillagemuseum.org or call 970.221.4600. 
Tuesday, July 05
Longmont
Kids' Movies at the Museum Longmont Museum
at 10:00 AM
Paddington Rated PG
Beloved bear Paddington gets the big-screen treatment in this family film adapted from Michael Bond's enduring children's book series. As the story opens, Peruvian bear Paddington makes his way to the big city, where he quickly gets lost until being taken in by the benevolent Brown family. Meanwhile, as the curious cub settles into his new life of domestic bliss, a scheming museum taxidermist embarks on a personal mission to get him stuffed and mounted.
 
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. 
Thursday, July 07
Boulder
CoCreate Local at eTown Hall eTown Hall
at midnight
CoCreate Local shines the spotlight on what is created in Colorado. The event features music by Chimney Choir, Covenhoven, and Dj Check One and complimentary tastings from Asher Brewing Co., Vapor Distillery, Kingman Estates Winery, and Bhakti Chai. Art and vendors include Spirit Pervades Matter, Two Little Fruits, Sharon Healy, Forartsakes, Threads Worldwide, Zeal Optics, ARAE, The Spice Guy, Salon Salon, and Broken Compass. 
Preparing For Divorce: What You Need To Know Iris Office Park
at 07:00 PM
Collaborative Divorce Professionals of Boulder County sponsors 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 
Longmont
Dean Krakel@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Photojournalist Dean Krakel will share his experiences and photographs hiking the Colorado Trail as part of the Adult Summer Learning Program, Xplore. Registration is Required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Saturday, July 09
Loveland
Manifest Your Hearts Desire with Emotional Intelligence Sunrise Ranch
at 08:30 AM
This introductory program focuses on emotional intelligence (EQ) which allows us to have the range and flexibility to respond to challenges in ways that are often outside our comfort zone. In this program, you'll learn how to expand that range so you can easily and quickly transform emotions you dont like, to emotions you do like.
 
Emotional Intelligence and the Embodied Enneagram Sunrise Ranch Retreat Center
at 08:30 AM
John us and learn EMOTIONAL MASTERY for ease with challenging people and situations, healthy expressions of anger, how to dissolve anxiety and impatience, build confidence, improve your relationships and what to do when you're sick and tired of being stuck, struggling or striving for a dream. The Enneagram personality system helps us understand why we and others are the way we are. 
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. 
Boulder Wine Reads Settembre Cellars Winery & Tasting Room
at 04:00 PM
This month, Settembre Cellars' winemaker has selected What is Biodynamic Wine by Nicolas Joly (2007). Please take time to read the book, and then join our exploration of wine's story. No charge to attend. 
Loveland
Love and Terror in the Middle East Barnes & Noble, 5835 Sky Pond Drive
at noon
Love and Terror in the Middle East, 4th Ed., by Frank Romano 12-1pm Love and Terror in the Middle East, 4th Ed. dramatically captures the authors efforts to promote understanding and cooperation between Jews, Muslims and Christians. He has been harassed/arrested by the Palestinian police, harassed/arrested by Israeli soldiers and attacked by Israeli settlers.

 
Monday, July 11
Denver
Poverty Hack Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 09:00 AM
For the second year in a row the Posner Center for International Development is bringing together Posner organizations, the Colorado international development community, entrepreneurs, members of the tech community, and educators, to create collaborative, innovative solutions to international development challenges faced by Posner Center Tenants. Join us from July 10-12, 2016. 
Tuesday, July 12
Longmont
Kids' Movies at the Museum Longmont Museum
at 10:00 AM
The Incredibles Rated PG
The Incredibles revolves around former high-profile superhero Bob Parr (aka Mr. Incredible), who has not-so-successfully settled into suburban life along with his wife and kids under the watchful eye of the Superhero Protection Program. His family is like any other with some notable exceptions -- his daughter has the uncanny ability to become invisible and create impenetrable force fields at will; his son, Dash, can run at incredible speeds; his wife, 
Loveland
Becoming a Sun Workshop - 7/12 - 7/16, 2016 Sunrise Ranch
at 07:30 PM
Join us on an uplifting, empowering journey to explore our personal destiny.Gain a profound insight into the significance of your own life story and see how the issues that challenge us are also doorways for our own creativity. Learn to access that creativity in new and empowering ways and connect deeply with your own destiny and the destiny of all humankind--to become on the outside what we already are on the inside. 
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. 
Thursday, July 14
Fort Collins
GVM Summer Sidewalk Sale Global Village Museum
at 11:00 AM
Walk a block as we join Downtown Business Association in Downtown Summer Sales. Enjoy the great summer weather while meandering through Downtown Fort Collins to check out the amazing bargains. From exotic jewelry to cultural textiles, the popular Museum Shop will offer a variety of items at unbelievable prices. This is an excellent way to support the Museum and its incredible exhibits and programs.
 
Friday, July 15
Fort Collins
GVM Summer Sidewalk Sale Global Village Museum
at 11:00 AM
Walk a block as we join Downtown Business Association in Downtown Summer Sales. Enjoy the great summer weather while meandering through Downtown Fort Collins to check out the amazing bargains. From exotic jewelry to cultural textiles, the popular Museum Shop will offer a variety of items at unbelievable prices. This is an excellent way to support the Museum and its incredible exhibits and programs.
 
Saturday, July 16
Denver
Nepal Megaquake: Film Screening Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Fort Collins
GVM Summer Sidewalk Sale Global Village Museum
at 11:00 AM
Walk a block as we join Downtown Business Association in Downtown Summer Sales. Enjoy the great summer weather while meandering through Downtown Fort Collins to check out the amazing bargains. From exotic jewelry to cultural textiles, the popular Museum Shop will offer a variety of items at unbelievable prices. This is an excellent way to support the Museum and its incredible exhibits and programs.
 
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 
Tuesday, July 19
Denver
Edge of Seven: Rebuild Nepal Happy Hour & Trivia Jagged Mountain Brewery 1139 20th St Denver CO 80202
at 05:30 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Longmont
Kids' Movies at the Museum Longmont Museum
at 10:00 AM
Spy KidsRated PG
Nine years after retiring and giving up the lives of super-spies, Gregorio and Ingrid find themselves at the call of duty again when techno-genius Fegan Floop and his insidious, ruthless sidekick Minion have plans for world destruction. The only hope for Gregorio and Ingrid are their children, Carmen and Juni, who are called upon to save their missing parents, eventually learning their former identities.
 
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. 
Summer Sounds Family Concert Series Bandshell
at 07:00 PM
Celebrate the Sounds of Summer at the Boulder Bandshell. Dessert Vendors will be on site beginning at 7:00 pm. Shows begin at 8:00pm.
Gustafer Yellowgold has become an international phenomenon, acclaimed by The New York Times, which described Gustafer as A cross between Yellow Submarine and Dr. Seuss. Gustafers Show is a multi-media performance of live music, colored-pencil animations and storytelling. 
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 
Longmont
Get Fit, Be Fit Fest! Thompson Park
at noon
This event will benefit the homeless teens living at The Inn Between of Longmont in our Student Incentive Program (SIP). This program provides 100% free housing to homeless youth while they attend full-time school.

During this event there will be Broncos Cheerleaders, the Avalanches Mascot, local nonprofits and community businesses, food, drinks and more. Including demo classes held by Zumba, Insanity, Golds Gym and other local athletic groups. 
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, July 26
Longmont
Kids' Movies at the Museum Longmont Museum
at 10:00 AM
Tangled Rated PG
When the kingdoms most wanted and most charming- bandit Flynn Rider hides out in a mysterious tower, hes taken hostage by Rapunzel, a beautiful and feisty tower-bound teen with 70 feet of magical, golden hair. Flynns curious captor, whos looking for her ticket out of the tower where shes been locked away for years, strikes a deal with the handsome thief and the unlikely duo sets off on an action-packed escapade, complete with a super-cop horse, an over-protec 
Thursday, July 28
Greeley
Greeley Wheelie 508 8th Ave, Greeley, CO 80631
at 05:00 PM
Join Turn Around Bikes for an evening of silly bike obstacle course, music, food, live art, and silent auction to fundraise for the Turn Around Bikes program. Choose your 4 teammates for a team of 5 (age 12 and up only) to compete in a one of kind bicycle obstacle course competition on 20 inch bikes, race through the course against your friends, other teams, and the clock. There will also be live music, live art, silent auction and more 
Westminster
Securing Your Digital Identity by Learning How Its Hacked DaVinci Institute
at 04:30 PM
In todays society we are in constant contact with the Internet. Our social, business, financial and medical lives are all connected to the Internet and every month we are seeing new data breeches. So how do we protect ourselves? The bad news is that we, as consumers dont have a lot of control of our online content, but we do have some control. Thats why weve invited cybersecurity expert, Chuck Davis, to show us how to take control of our digital identity and be less of a target for hackers. 
Tuesday, August 02
Westminster
Programming with Python: Building the Toolbelt of a Junior Pyth DaVinci Coders
at 10:00 AM
Programming with Python provides students an intensive 12-week introduction to the Python programming language, SQL databases, and the Pyramid web development framework.

Designed for problem solvers without any programming experience, it covers both front and back end development, and the many industry tools junior developers use on a daily basis. Students in this course have a unique opportunity to discover how all the pieces fit together. 
Saturday, August 06
Denver
5 Points Brew & BBQ 26th & Welton
at noon
This event will feature 40+ Restaurants, Food Trucks and Chefs from popular eateries, all who will be invited to enter the Brew & BBQ Battle and vend at the festival. Each vendor will sell small samples to large portions of the best BBQ in Colorado. Attendees will be able to vote for their favorites through MHF.com mobile application. 
Sunday, August 07
Boulder
Boulder Wine Reads Settembre Cellars Winery & Tasting Room
at 04:00 PM
This month, Settembre Cellars' winemaker has selected "Adventures on the Wine Route" by (Kermit Lynch (2013). Please take time to read the book, and then join our exploration of wine's story. No charge to attend. 
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. 
Monday, August 22
Westminster
JavaScript Front End Development Course DaVinci Coders
at 06:00 PM
Our 12-week JavaScript web design training course begins August 22nd. In this course students will learn programming The course objective is to provide students with the introductory skills needed to build the front end (design side) of websites. 
Tuesday, August 23
Boulder
Summer Sounds Family Concert Series Bandshell
at 07:00 PM
Celebrate the Sounds of Summer at the Boulder Bandshell. Dessert Vendors will be on site beginning at 7:00 pm. Shows begin at 8:00pm.
Jazzy Ash and the Leaping Lizard's songs celebrate the magic of movement with upbeat, catchy music styles of New Orleans Jazz and Zydeco. NPR's All Things Considered calls Jazzy Ash "one of the most talked about children's music artist this year".
 
Wednesday, September 07
Englewood
Food Fight! BAC Appliance Center
at 04:00 AM
We are bringing in 9 of Denver's top chefs from Jax, Brazen, Seasons 52, beast + bottle, Summit Steakhouse, and more, to win over your taste buds and raise funds for the Scleroderma Foundation- Rocky Mountain Chapter. Cleanse your palate in between delicious tastings with carefully crafted cocktails prepared by the the best mixologists in town! If you've always wanted to let your inner Tom Colicchio take center stage, here's your chance to be the judge at this fun foodie event! 
Thursday, September 08
Loveland
Manifest Your Hearts Desire with Emotional Intelligence Sunrise Ranch
at 09:00 AM
This program focuses on emotional intelligence (EQ) which allows us to have the range and flexibility to respond to challenges in ways that are often outside our comfort zone. 
Saturday, September 10
Longmont
Farm-to-Table Dinner: Ghana Style! Fundraiser for BaoBao Foundat Ollin Farm
at 06:00 PM
Please join us for a night at Ollin Family Farm. Gather together under the trees near the creek for a farm-to-table dinner like no other! This interactive event includes dinner by Chef Connie Gordon, and West African dance and drumming lessons with Mokomba Ensemble. The menu will feature the luscious ingredients straight from the farm, plus Ghanaian specialties.
This is an adult-only event. Minimum age 21
Limited seating available. 
Sunday, September 11
Gold Hill
Gold Hill Gold Rush Day Rummage Sale & Arts and Crafts Sale Gold Hill Inn
at 09:00 AM
9am-3pm All proceeds will benefit the Gold Hill Town Meeting and will support the community at large. The Gold Rush features a Bake Sale with homemade pies, cookies & more. The Rummage sale offers antiques, clothing and Mountain Chic. Arts & Crafts featurea hand made items from Front Range Artists. There will be drinks, bratwursts and live music through out the afternoon. 
Wednesday, September 14
Boulder
Abrazos Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
4.5 million U.S. citizen children have at least one undocumented parent. This documentary tells the story of the transformational journey of 14 of these children who travel from Minnesota to Guatemala to meet their grandparents for the first time, after being separated for nearly two decades. Director Argueta will lead a post screening discussion. 
Saturday, September 17
Denver
4th ANNUAL TASTE OF HOPE - Glenn Garcelon Foundation Solterra, Lakewood, CO
at 07:00 PM
A Fundraiser to benefit brain tumor patients and their caregivers - A fun evening of wine, cheese and chocolate tastings and a silent auction! 
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.

 
Loveland
Top Cat & Tails Gala Cirque du Chat Embassy Suites in Loveland
at 06:00 PM
Join us for a cat-tacular evening of delicious cuisine, cirque entertainment, amazing live and silent auction items and a night of giving to provide second chances to homeless pets in need! All proceeds benefit the homeless pets cared for by Larimer Humane Society.

 
Saturday, October 01
Denver
Edge of Seven: Rebuild Nepal Happy Hour & Trivia Jagged Mountain Brewery 1139 20th St Denver CO 80202
at 05:30 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Thursday, October 06
Boulder
The Blind Cafe 1290 Folsom St
at 06:00 PM
The Blind Cafe's mission is to use the concept of darkness to inspire and initiate 'positive social change' in the lives of everyone who participates in our programs. We seek to entertain and educate persons on how to relate to themselves and others with a greater sense of compassion and offer an experience that inspires them to think, feel and behave beyond their visual conditioning, social etiquette and their cell phones. The show will be town for three nights October 6- 8 2016. 
Denver
Edge of Seven: Rebuild Nepal Happy Hour & Trivia Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Wednesday, October 12
Boulder
Laurence Brahm: Fusion Economics Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Over forty percent of the worlds population lives in poverty. Our planets resources are diminishing at frightening rates. The international financial system is broken. Is there a way out of this mess? In Fusion Economics, author Laurence Brahm explores how the worlds social economies can come together to lift the world out of poverty. 
Thursday, October 20
Boulder
Racing Extinction: The Film Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
The Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS), the group behind the Academy Award-winning film The Cove, is back with Racing Extinction. Along with some new innovators, OPS brings a voice to the thousands of species on the very edge of life. An unlikely team of activists is out to expose the two worlds endangering species across the globe; the international trade of wildlife and the oil and gas industry.
The film's producer will lead a post-screening discussion.
 
Denver
Collaboration Celebration Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Come celebrate with us and help raising funds for international development projects across the globe. 
Saturday, October 22
Denver
Friends of ENCA Farm 6th Annual Nourish Event Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 11:00 AM
The audience is family friendly and fun Saturday morning activity.
Silent Auction and Local Filipino Cuisine 
Monday, October 24
Boulder
Osiris-Rex Asteroid Sample Return Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
For OSIRIS-REx, the goal is to return a pristine sample from the carbonaceous asteroid Bennu. Clues to the origin and evolution of the solar system, initial stages of planet formation and the source of organic compounds can be gathered from this likely carbon-rich sample.
Speaker: Dr. Vicky Hamilton, Southwest Research Institute (SwRI).
 
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.
 
Saturday, October 29
Denver
Love Grows Where Hope Shines Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Guest speaker and silent auction 
8th Paranormal Palace McNichols Civic Center Building
at 09:00 PM
Alcohol Included! Costume Contest!25 skulls, 20 spiders, haunted house, 30+ Performers
2 Bands, 4 DJs, 3 Floors Sold Out 7 years! 2,500 guests!

 
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.
 
Monday, November 14
Boulder
Ancient Polynesian Navigation Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Depending completely on wayfinding techniques passed down in oral tradition, Polynesians successfully traversed thousands of miles of the Pacific Ocean using and settled the largest nation on Earth. Join Dr. John Stocke to learn about the ancient navigational techniques modern explorers use to recreate the ancient ways. 
Tuesday, November 15
Denver
Edge of Seven: Rebuild Nepal Happy Hour & Trivia Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery, 1139 20th St, Denver, CO 80202
at 05:30 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Wednesday, November 16
Boulder
Christine Goff: A Parliament of Owls Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Christine Goff published A Rant of Ravens, her first novel in the Birdwatchers Mystery series. In 2016, she returns with A Parliament of Owls, the sixth entry in the best-selling series. This evening Christine will discuss juggling two diverse writing projects and read from A Parliament Owls as well as her latest thriller Dark Waters. 
Thursday, November 17
Boulder
Evil Cheesey Rides Again Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
You know the story of Evel Knievel, but do you know the legend of Boulder's own stunt-man Evil Cheesey? RebelDaredevilLoserCrazy. Terry Chesebro has been called them all since his stint as an illegal street jumper in the 1970s.Thirty years later, can Terry Chesebro don his cape and return to the streets he wandered to become Evil Cheesey one last time?
Join us for the film's premiere followed by a post screening Q&A with directors Chris Leising and Jack Hanley.
 
Monday, December 05
Loveland
Emotional Mastery with Emotional Intelligence Sunrise Ranch
at 04:00 AM
This program continues the exploration of emotional intelligence (EQ) which allows us to have the range and flexibility to respond to challenges in ways that are often outside our comfort zone. 
Tuesday, December 06
Denver
Edge of Seven: Holiday Mixer Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Wednesday, December 07
Boulder
Robert Crifasi: A Land Made from Water Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
A Land Made from Water chronicles how the appropriation and development of water and riparian resources in Colorado changed the face of the Front Range. Join us as author Robert Crifasi explains how settlers planned ditches, irrigation systems and reservoirs, and instigated war to wrest control of the region from the local Native Americans. 
Monday, December 12
Boulder
Meet the Dream Chaser, America's Spacecraft Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
NASA selected the Dream Chaser spacecraft to transport cargo to and from the International Space Station. The development team from Sierra Nevada Corporations Space Systems, the owner and integrator of the Dream Chaser, will discuss the American spacecraft's upcoming missions and future implications. 
Wednesday, January 25
Boulder
Mark Sundeen: The Unsettlers Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Mark Sundeen, author of the best-selling book The Man Who Quit Money, will share his newest work The Unsettlers. Join us as he traces the search for the simple life through the visionaries, ascetics, and artists that inspired three very different couples to walk away from the life they knew in order to find (or create) a better existence. 
Sunday, February 12
Boulder
Engineering Discovery: The Webb Telescope Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Since 1964, Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) has revealed insight into the origin of the universe becoming a pillar of evidence for the Big Bang. Learn about the history of CMB observations, what they have taught us, and the story of the scientists who continue the search for the universes earliest origins.
Speaker: Nils Halverson, Ph.D., APS
 
Monday, March 13
Boulder
Birth of Stars and Planets Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Dr. John Bally will discuss the formation of stars and planetary systems and share incredible results from the new ALMA telescope in Chile. Recent ALMA results indicate a protostellar merger occurred behind the Orion Nebula about 500 years ago releasing more energy than the Sun puts out in 10 million years.
Speaker: Dr. John Bally, APS, Boulder.
 
Wednesday, March 22
Boulder
Mark Stevens: Allison Coil Mysteries Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Set in the Flat Tops wilderness of western Colorado, the Allison Coil Mystery series draw upon hot topics from Colorado events: poaching and animal rights, fracking, for-profit prisons and immigration, climate change and anti-government terrorist. Writer Mark Stevens will discuss his research, his writing and a preview of what is coming next. 
Monday, April 10
Boulder
Venus, Earth's Evil Twin Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
The similarity in size, density and proximity of Venus to Earth earn Venus the title of Earths twin. Learn how Venus' climate and geological conditions could represent the fate of the Earth making Venus an essential target for further exploration.
Speaker: Dr. Larry Esposito, LASP & APS
 
Monday, May 08
Boulder
Future Astronomy for Ancient Questions Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Is life possible beyond Earth? Ball Aerospace has been advancing space technology for over 60 years, but it is the next generation of technology that will shed light on this question. Dr. Makenzie Lystrup will share a glimpse into the future of astronomy and aerospace technology.

Speaker: Dr. Makenzie Lystrup, Ball Aerospace.
 
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