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Thursday, January 19
Boulder
Winter Bike Commuting Community Cycles
at 06:30 PM
Everything you need to know for safe and warm winter bike commuting. Winter Bike to Work day is January 25th! Prepare yourself for winter bike riding with this workshop. 
Liz Thomas: Hiking the Triple Crown Trails Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Trek 7,900 miles on North America's longest trailers with hiker Liz Thomas. Liz Thomas is among the most experienced female hikers in the U.S. She broke the womens unsupported speed record on the Appalachian Trail. She has completed the Triple Crown of Hiking and has backpacked over 15,000 miles across the U.S. on 16 long distance hikes. 
Denver
2017 Denver Preschool Program Preschool Showcase Quigg Newton Community Center 4440 Navajo St., Denver, CO 80211
at 10:00 AM
Hosted by the Denver Preschool Program, the fifth annual Preschool Showcase is a one-stop opportunity for Denver families to find and compare quality preschool options, learn about the tuition support available, and talk with preschool resources in the Denver area. Plus, there will be free food and fun kids activities, including appearances by PBS characters like Clifford or Curious George. 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 
Environmental Justice and Resistance to Mining in Chiapas Highlands United Methodist Church
at 07:00 PM
Build solidarity from below and to the Left, as they say in Chiapas. In early December, the DJPC-Korbel School delegation visited Chiapas and witnessed the poisoning of the very water people rely on to survive. Relentless pursuit of titanium and other minerals by mining companies has tripled the rate of cancer in the municipality of Acacoyagua, with skin rashes, miscarriages, and other health problems also on the rise. Participants in the delegation will give testimony of our observations. 
Friday, January 20
Boulder
Just Be Dance Party Boulder House (1109 Walnut St. )
at 04:00 AM
The world aint perfect right now. But you are! On January 20th celebrate yourself and your community.Spend inauguration evening with friends celebrating all we have accomplished and all that we are. Featuring DJ's:Ishe,Sexington,Steve French
Sundragon ... and more Silent Auction. Drink Specials.9 to close on January 20. Event is 21+ Purchase your tickets http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2738775 
Understanding Historical Trauma: How American Indian Communities Naropa University, Paramita Camp
at 07:30 AM
Interface Presents: Elicia Goodsoldier on the concept of Historical and Intergenerational Trauma in American Indian communities. We will take a look at how our nations history of federal policies has shaped the lives of American Indians, with a more detailed focus on the boarding school experience. 
Longmont
Bring the Voice: Manifest the Power of Peace Open Mic Series Firehouse Art Center
at 06:00 PM
Evening In Honor of Dr. Martin Luther KIng Jr.'s Message of Peace
* Promote Peace: Share Poetry, Song, or Spoken Words.
* All Languages Welcome/All Ages Welcome
* Call 720-340-1653 to reserve your spot on the mic.
Featuring Dialogue on Peaceful Living and Laugher Yoga. 
Saturday, January 21
Boulder
Spanish Practice Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 04:00 AM
Would you like to practice your Spanish with a group of like minded folks? We welcome all levels of speaking ability: native speakers, bilingual people, and people who need some practice. This group is sponsored by Boulder TimeBank aka Boulder SkillShare. It is free to the public and meets on January 21st from 4 to 5 pm in the Flagstaff Room (1st floor) of the Boulder Public library. 
Denver
Women's March Denver Civic Center Park
at 09:00 AM
While not all of us can make it to Washington DC to march for the proclamation of ALL human rights, there's no reason we can't march here on our own Colorado State Capitol. Bring your passion, your voice and all the love you've got! Please share, friends. marchondenver@gmail.com 
Digital Landscaping Tools Green Spaces 2590 Walnut St Denver, CO 80205
at 10:00 AM
Join local landscape designer Ainslie O'Neil as she shares her experience with digital design tools ranging from CAD to 3D software. Topics addressed will be tailored to students' needs and can include: introduction to software, tips and tricks for speedy production, creating professional design documents, digital collaboration, synthesizing digital and analog tools, and database organization. Come prepared with specific questions, troubleshooting inquiries, or an open mind to soak it all in. 
Fort Collins
Germans From Russia Video Series Part 3 Global Village Museum
at 01:00 PM
Global Village Museum hosts a special three-part series showcasing some of the stories, music, and tribulations the immigrants faced during their relocation from Germany to Russia and finally to America (North and South). On Jan 21st A Light in the Darkness will be featured with guest speaker Dr Kenneth Rock, Professor Emeritus, CSU. Admission to the Program and Four Museum Galleries is only $3.

 
Washington DC
March on Washington DC The Mall DC
at 08:00 AM
On January 21, 2017 we will unite in Washington, DC for the Womens March on Washington. We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families -- recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.
The rhetoric of the past election cycle has insulted, demonized, and threatened many of us. Please unite for an historic event 
Sunday, January 22
Boulder
SkillShare aka TimeBank Boulder Panera 29th St. Mall
at 02:00 PM
TimeBank Boulder (aka SkillShare) invites you to attend their annual meeting and potluck from 2 to 5 pm on January 22, 2017 at Vista Village Meeting Room 5000 Butte St. in Boulder. If you are just curious and want to learn more or a new or long-time member all are welcome. Bring a dish for 6 to share and card with list of ingredients. See you there. 
Lafayette
Sensory Friendly Playtime WOW! Children's Museum
at 08:00 AM
Sensory Friendly Playtime is a special Museum event for children with autism spectrum or sensory processing disorders. WOW! will limit admission to 20 families, turn down sounds and lights, and provide adaptive equipment to offer a safe and fun experience for all! Reservations are required and space is limited. Admission is free thanks to our donor supported Play for All Initiative and sponsors KidSpot Pediatric Therapies and Brain Balance, Longmont & Superior. 
Monday, January 23
Boulder
Winter Walk and Bike Week Begins Boulder
at 06:00 AM
Walking and biking aren't just summertime activities. With an average 300 days of sunshine a year, there's no reason to put the bike away all winter. Join other cyclists and walkers for the return of Winter Walk and Bike Week 2017. Register today then log your rides for the week at LoveToRide.net/boulder 
Boulder county Winter Bike Week KGNU Boulder Studios
at 09:30 AM
The Kgnu Boulder Studio will be open for studio tours and food during the Love to Ride Boulder Winter Bike week Jan 23-29. More information at elaine.erb@love-to-ride,mail.intercom.io The aim of the Challenge is to show more people how easy and fun riding a bike can be!! 
Denver
Annual Youth Corps Awards Ceremony Colorado State Capitol
at 08:00 AM
Nine youth, young adults and military veterans from all corners of Colorado have been selected as Corpsmembers of the Year by the Colorado Youth Corps Association (CYCA). The corpsmembers, ages 14 to 25, will be recognized for their outstanding participation and achievements in land, water and energy conservation work in 2016. 
Tuesday, January 24
Boulder
Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls Unitarian Universalist Church
at 07:15 PM
Boulder Audubon presents award-winning photographer Paul Bannick, who will present a new program featuring video, sound, stories from the field, and several dozen new images from his brand-new book:Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls. Paul uses intimate yet dramatic images to follow owls through the course of one year and in their distinct habitats. Program begins at 7:15pm. Free and open to public! 
Wednesday, January 25
Boulder
Winter Bike to Work Day Boulder
at 06:00 AM
Winter Bike to Work Day is a celebration of the cyclists who bike all year and an invitation to try cycling during the winter months. With 300 days of sunshine, cleared bike paths, and fatter bike tires, you can ride even in January! Check for breakfast stations and log your ride at lovetoride.net/boulder 
Buffs United Monthly Teach-In CU - Old Main Chapel
at 05:00 PM
A partnership of CU Boulder students, faculty and staff will host a Buffs United event that will support the values of an inclusive campus and the Colorado Creed. The event, free and open to the public, will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Old Main Chapel. Buffs United will include speeches and musical performances to highlight important social issues. Buffs United is a celebration of a CU community that recognizes the value in all dimensions of diversity on our campus. 
SkillShare aka TimeBank Boulder Panera 29th St. Mall
at 06:30 PM
Want to help others and get the help you need? Have a skill or skills you'd love to share? Have some things you need help with or want to learn? Join TimeBank Boulder (aka SkillShare). With TimeBanking you earn time dollars and then you spend the time dollars you've earned. Note, with TimeBanking NO money is exchanged. An Introductory Information Meeting will be held Wednesday January 25th at 6:30 p.m. at Panera on the 29th Street Mall. Orientation for new members follows at 7:00 pm.
 
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. 
Lafayette
Danse Etoile Ballet Story Time WOW! Children's Museum
at 04:00 PM
Danse Etoile Ballet is delighted to share excerpts read from The Snow Queen, their new story ballet for all ages. "The Snow Queen" is based on Hans Christian Andersen's story of love triumphing over evil as one friend rescues another from the evil Snow Queen. Join us to learn how a story can be told through ballet, including a question & answer time with real ballerinas. This special program is included with Museum admission. 
Thursday, January 26
Boulder
New Year, New Moon Community Ceremony First United Methodist Church
at 07:00 PM
Navigating turbulent waters without losing your inner balance is a quality that will serve you well this year. Join us, release your fears and set your intentions for 2017. Step into ceremony, bring balance and healing to yourself, your community and the planet. We offer an Ayni Despacho ceremony to acknowledge our sacred responsibility to the earth and each other. It is a traditional ceremony of the Andes Mountains of South America. Space is limited to 45 people. Suggested donation 
Denver
Wild & Scenic Film Festival Sie FilmCenter
at 05:30 PM
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is on tour again, and making a stop at Denver's Sie FilmCenter on January 26! The evening will include award-winning environmental and outdoor adventure films from around the world that have been selected not only for their great visual stories, but also to inspire and motivate us to continue the cause to keep the Rocky Mountains wild. 
Longmont
Our Future on Mars with Leonard David Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Join author and space journalist Leonard David for an evening of wonder as he explores the possibilities for human settlements on Mars and discusses his latest book, published in October 2016 by the National Geographic Society as a companion to The National Geographic Channel's popular television series, "Mars," co-produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard. Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, January 27
Boulder
Antarctic Edge 70 Degrees South Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
In the wake of devastating climate events like Superstorm Sandy and Hurricane Katrina, oceanographer Oscar Schofield and his team race to understand climate change in the fastest winter-warming place on earth, and the worlds most perilous environment, the West Antarctic Peninsula. For more than 20 years, these scientists, part of the National Science Foundation's Long Term Ecological Research Project, have witnessed the Peninsula's rapid change as well as the fragile and rapidly declining Adelie 
Denver
Cooks for Books 1031 E 33rd St., Denver, CO 80205
at 06:00 PM
You are invited to start 2017 off right by treating your senses to the wonders of Cambodian Cuisine. All of the proceeds from this hands on, three course cooking class will support child rights and education for marginalized kids in Cambodia. You'll be learning both classic and fusion Cambodian dishes from a retired Colorado Judge and expert in the art of Cambodian cooking. 
Sunday, January 29
Boulder
Adult Coloring Settembre Cellars
at 01:00 PM
Grab some friends to enjoy a Sunday afternoon in the tasting room.

Each and every Sunday choose a coloring sheet from one of our adult coloring books, use our pencils, and enjoy a glass of our delicious Colorado Wine! $12 gets you a glass of wine, your choice of coloring sheets, and pencils to work with.
 
Zach Brock and Triptych Dairy Center for the Arts
at 06:00 PM
Tribune recognized his most recent recording "Perpetuity" as one of its top 10 jazz recordings of 2014. Downbeat Magazine's 61st annual Critics Poll named Zach the rising star violinist of 2013. He has played from Carnegie Hall to most of the NYC and Chicago jazz clubs and around the world, including major stints in Brazil, and as US Department of State Ambassador to the Solomon Islands. Zach comes to Boulder on tour with his trio, "Triptych." 
Fort Collins
5th Annual Gala for the Museum ~ Tip Your Hat * Toppers & Tea Hilton Fort Collins
at 02:00 PM
Spend an afternoon at a charming English tea party in your unique chapeau at the Hilton Fort Collins. Harp music will fill the air along with laughter as we sip tea, swap stories, indulge ourselves with scrumptious treats, enjoy entertainment, live auction, and play old English style games. Win prizes for most popular hats and engage with comrades in friendly competition. Reservations can be made by calling 970-221-4600. 
Monday, January 30
Longmont
Learn more about Bipolar Disorder at the Sutherland Seminar Seri Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
What: Weekly seminars on topics related to bipolar disorders.
Who: Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.
When: Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm. Each session stands alone; no commitment or pre-registration required.
Where: Fellowship Hall at the Longmont Church of Christ 1351 Collyer St. Longmont, CO 80501
Cost: donation is appreciated, but no fee is required.

 
Wednesday, February 01
Denver
National Career Fair Crowne Plaza Hotel
at 11:00 AM
Live hiring event. Meet face to face with employers. Career seekers should dress professionally and bring multiple copies of their resumes. Pre-register to attend at https://www.nationalcareerfairs.com/career-fairs/denver-career-fairs/

 
Thursday, February 02
Longmont
Real Story Behind Fake News@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Fake news" has been a hot topic lately, with even Pope Francis weighing in on the issue. In this program, CU Civics Engagement Instructor Kent Willmann will examine what's behind the sudden emergence and power of fake news, sample some stories, and explore media literacy techniques designed to limit the effects of fake news on the public and especially younger generations who rely mostly on the internet for their news. Don't miss this timely and important program! Registration is requ 
Friday, February 03
Boulder
14th Annual Front Range Eco-Social Solutions Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC)
at 07:30 AM
Front Range Eco-Social Solutions: A Bioneers Network Event shares practical environmental solutions and innovative social strategies to restore Earths imperiled ecosystems and human community. The 14th annual conference takes place February 3rd and 4th 2017 at CU-Boulder.
http://www.colorado.edu/ecenter/bioneers
 
Littleton
Colorado Dulcimer Festival Saint James Presbyterian Church
at 08:00 AM
14th Annual - Registration Begins at 8am! 
Saturday, February 04
Boulder
14th Annual Front Range Eco-Social Solutions Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC)
at 07:30 AM
Front Range Eco-Social Solutions: A Bioneers Network Event shares practical environmental solutions and innovative social strategies to restore Earths imperiled ecosystems and human community. The 14th annual conference takes place February 3rd and 4th 2017 at CU-Boulder. 
Sunday, February 05
Boulder
Adult Coloring Settembre Cellars
at 01:00 PM
Grab some friends to enjoy a Sunday afternoon in the tasting room.

Each and every Sunday choose a coloring sheet from one of our adult coloring books, use our pencils, and enjoy a glass of our delicious Colorado Wine! $12 gets you a glass of wine, your choice of coloring sheets, and pencils to work with.
 
Community Sing Along KGNU Boulder Studios
at 03:00 PM
Come to a sing along event where everyone is invited to participate. We will focus on songs for peace, justice, the environment, and community. A Round Robin sing along is not a concert or performance; it is designed so that each person has the option to lead a song, request a song, request that someone sing a certain song, or pass, so that everyone has the opportunity to participate equally. Bring instruments, healthy snacks, and most of all, a desire to sing together.
 
Monday, February 06
Longmont
Learn more about Bipolar Disorder at the Sutherland Seminar Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
What: Weekly seminars on topics related to bipolar disorders.
Who: Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.
When: Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm. Each session stands alone; no commitment or pre-registration required.
Where: Fellowship Hall at the Longmont Church of Christ 1351 Collyer St. Longmont, CO 80501
Cost: donation is appreciated, but no fee is required.

 
Thursday, February 09
Boulder
The Legacy of Penfield Tate II: Boulder's Humanitarian Mayor Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Penfield Tate II, Boulders only African American mayor, was a humanitarian ahead of his time who paid a great price for his convictions. Speaker: Penfield Tate, III
 
Longmont
Rabbit Tales & Pioneer Trails@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Connie Neumann, who is on the board of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Legacy and Research Association and a member of the Beatrix Potter Society, will compare these two classic children's authors and pioneering women in their 150th anniversary years. Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, February 10
Denver
8th Annual Neal Cassady Birthday bash Mercury Cafe
at 08:00 PM
Performers and readers at the 2017 Bash include Neals daughter Jami Cassady and son Robert Hyatt who has just published his first book Beat Bastard, Denver author of Chicano noir fiction Manuel Ramos, poets Ed Ward and Jennifer Dunbar Dorn and many more 
Saturday, February 11
Denver
PFLAG Denver Scholarship Grand Affair Artwork Network
at 07:00 PM
Denver PFLAG Scholarship Program is delighted to invite you to our annual scholarship program fundraiser to raise funds for our 2017 awards. Please join us for an amazing evening of support, fun, and wonderful entertainment! Our awards have been helping Colorado LGBTQ and ally students for more than five years with great success, and enabling these leaders to attend college. 100% of proceeds from this event will go directly to our 2017-2018 scholarship awards, join the fun! 
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
 
Loveland
Loveland Fire and Ice Festival Downtown Loveland
at 10:00 AM
Its time to experience how the Nations Sweetheart City, celebrates Valentines Day. Join us Feb. 10-12 in Loveland, Colorado for the Loveland Fire and Ice Festival the largest Valentines Day celebration in the nation - where fire, ice, entertainment and fun collide. The heart of downtown comes alive for three full days and nights of fun featuring an explosive fireworks show with music and lights, ice sculpting, live entertainment, fire performances and more. 
Monday, February 13
Longmont
Learn more about Bipolar Disorder at the Sutherland Seminar Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
What: Weekly seminars on topics related to bipolar disorders.
Who: Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.
When: Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm. Each session stands alone; no commitment or pre-registration required.
Where: Fellowship Hall at the Longmont Church of Christ 1351 Collyer St. Longmont, CO 80501
Cost: donation is appreciated, but no fee is required.

 
Tuesday, February 14
Boulder
15th Annual World Sound Healing Day Solstice Center 302 Pearl St
at 05:00 PM
5-6 PM. Join Andi & Jonathan Goldman and friends for a Toning Ceremony/Meditation and send a Sonic Valentine to Mother Earth as we tone the AH sound together for planetary peace. Come celebrate The Sound Heard Around the World! info@healingsounds.com or (303) 443-8181 www.worldsoundhealingday.org
 
Solar Wars 2017: Tariffs, Net-Metering and the Trump Effect University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy, and Environment C
at 06:45 PM
Please join us as Bill Ellard of Energy Solutions Partners discusses the current and future trends in the solar industry, with a focus on utility tariff reform for residential premises. With a focus on 2017 solar and renewable trends, Bill will look at the potential impacts on the solar industry of the incoming US administration. 
Wednesday, February 15
Denver
Nonprofit Board Chair Peer Group Colorado Collaborative for Nonprofits - Aspen A
at 08:00 AM
Emily Davis Consulting has designed a unique peer-learning group specifically designed for board chairs. Join this dynamic cohort to collaborate, learn, and share resources from and with other board chairs to successfully serve your organizations mission. Build vision, strategically guide the organization, and create accountability. Access best practices in board governance and leadership while also hearing stories to help improve your board service. 3rd Wed Feb - May 2017. 
Thursday, February 16
Boulder
Chris Fisher: City of the Jaguar Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Over the past year, the excavation of an ancient city in Honduras has yielded a trove of remarkable stone artifacts from a mysterious, unnamed Pre-Columbian civilization. A joint American-Honduran team of archaeologists led by CSUs Dr. Chris Fisher uncovered and removed more than 200 sculptures from the base of a large earthen mound at the center of the site, which is being called the City of the Jaguar. 
Monday, February 20
Longmont
Learn more about Bipolar Disorder at the Sutherland Seminar Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
What: Weekly seminars on topics related to bipolar disorders.
Who: Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.
When: Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm. Each session stands alone; no commitment or pre-registration required.
Where: Fellowship Hall at the Longmont Church of Christ 1351 Collyer St. Longmont,
Cost: donation is appreciated, but no fee is required.

 
Wednesday, February 22
Boulder
Erika Krouse: Contenders 'Edgy Characters' Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Nina Black is a happy thief and street fighter until one of her marks, a Denver cop and MMA comeback contender, wants his walletand his dignityback. Avoiding retribution is difficult enough alone, but it becomes impossible once Nina gets unexpected custody of an orphaned eight-year-old niece she didnt know existed. 
Friday, February 24
Boulder
The Last Man on the Moon Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Hear an Apollo astronauts epic story of fulfillment, love and loss.
with Dr. Jack Burns, CU Boulder, CASA
 
Denver
Brackets For Good 2017 Denver Tournament Online
at midnight
Indianapolis-based Brackets For Good, which pairs with corporate and nonprofit sponsors to host online, bracket-style fundraising tournaments in philanthropic communities around the United States each March, has raised more than $2.75 million for local charities since its 2012 kick-off contest in Indianapolis. 
Monday, February 27
Longmont
Learn more about Bipolar Disorder at the Sutherland Seminar Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
What: Weekly seminars on topics related to bipolar disorders.
Who: Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.
When: Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm. Each session stands alone; no commitment or pre-registration required.
Where: Fellowship Hall at the Longmont Church of Christ 1351 Collyer St. Longmont,
Cost: donation is appreciated, but no fee is required.

 
Thursday, March 02
Denver
Missing Piece to Millions PPA Event Center
at 06:00 PM
Attend this free event that will impact your life. Marshall Sylver, a world-renown hypnotist, entertainer, and master of interpersonal communication, has been harnessing the power of the human mind since he was a child. In just a couple of hours, Marshall will change the way you think about business, money and wealth! 
Friday, March 03
Boulder
Yarn Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Knitting and crocheting have turned into hipster pastimes for men and women of varying ages. But although they might no longer be seen as the domain of grannies, knitting and crocheting still largely suffer from the perception that they are but a crafty hobby, not a medium for art. Yarn is a new documentary by Montreal-based Icelandic director Una Lorenzen that focuses on a handful of global artists whose work explores the possibilities contained in a skein of yarn. 
Saturday, March 04
Boulder
Alive! New Music at the Dairy Sponsored by Arthur Lieb Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Carter Pann, internationally known composer and CU professor, was recently a Pulitzer Prize finalist for his saxophone quartet, titled "The Mechanics." In this concert, we will hear the regional premiere of this extraordinary piece, performed by the Black Diamond Saxophone Quartet! 
Monday, March 06
Longmont
Learn more about Bipolar Disorder at the Sutherland Seminar Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
What: Weekly seminars on topics related to bipolar disorders.
Who: Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.
When: Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm. Each session stands alone; no commitment or pre-registration required.
Where: Fellowship Hall at the Longmont Church of Christ 1351 Collyer St. Longmont, CO 80501
Cost: donation is appreciated, but no fee is required.

 
Tuesday, March 07
Boulder
Boulder Women in the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
From pacifists to cutting edge scientists, discover the Boulder women who are represented for a variety of outstanding achievements in the Colorado Womens Hall of Fame. Speaker: Wendy Bohling
 
Saturday, March 11
Denver
2nd Annual Mental Health Art Benefit 2017 Regis University 3333 Regis Blvd
at 06:00 PM
Presented by Empowered Partnerships LLC & Sponsored by Regis University
***MENTAL HEALTH COMEDY SHOW******SILENT AUCTION******SURPRISE GUEST SPEAKER***100% Donation-Funded Event
100% of Proceeds Raised go to support Mental Health of America Colorado.Featuring Comedians:Ron Ben-Joseph,Mel Shannon, James R. Zingelman
 
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.
 
Longmont
Learn more about Bipolar Disorder at the Sutherland Seminar Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
What: Weekly seminars on topics related to bipolar disorders.
Who: Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.
When: Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm. Each session stands alone; no commitment or pre-registration required.
Where: Fellowship Hall at the Longmont Church of Christ 1351 Collyer St. Longmont, CO 80501
Cost: donation is appreciated, but no fee is required.

 
Thursday, March 16
Boulder
Amelia Earhart: A Modern Day Global Flight Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
In 2014, Amelia Rose Earhart departed on a flight around the world to complete her lifelong goal of recreating and completing her namesakes ill-fated journey. She flew a Pilatus PC-12NG with co-pilot Shane Jordan along a 28,000-mile course, landing in sixteen different countries, over the course of eighteen days. Amelia became one of the youngest women in the world to complete this flight.
 
Monday, March 20
Longmont
Learn more about Bipolar Disorder at the Sutherland Seminar Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
What: Weekly seminars on topics related to bipolar disorders.
Who: Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.
When: Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm. Each session stands alone; no commitment or pre-registration required.
Where: Fellowship Hall at the Longmont Church of Christ 1351 Collyer St. Longmont
Cost: donation is appreciated, but no fee is required.

 
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. 
Thursday, April 06
Boulder
Jon Kedrowski: Sleeping on the Summits Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
In 2011, Dr. Jon Kedrowski became the first person to camp and spend the night on the top of Colorado's 55 official 14ers (peaks over 14,000'). He achieved the feat from June 23 to September 28 2011, a stretch of only 95 days from start to finish.

In 2012, Dr. Jon successfully climbed Mount Everest, May 26th, 2012. His story has been chronicled extensively as he was a witness and survived the worst tragedy on Everest since the 1996 disaster.
 
Friday, April 07
Boulder
Physics & Jung Community United Church of Christ
at 07:00 PM
Lecture and Q & A on Carl Jung and Wolfgang Pauli: A meeting at the margins of science and psychology, lead by Stephen Foster, Jungian Analyst. While there was a 25-year age different between Carl Jung and Wolfgang Pauli, these two powerfully intelligent men developed a friendship of sorts, and Jung wrote a number of key publications that were influenced by his discussions with Pauli. 
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
 
Wednesday, April 12
Boulder
Colorado Women in the Progressive Era Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Colorado succeeded in gaining womens suffrage and in enacting prohibition well before the rest of the nation, due to an extraordinary group of women who were influential in the Progressive Era. Speaker: Tom Thomas, Ph.D. 
Wednesday, April 19
Boulder
Leslie Irvine: My Dog Always Eats First Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Its a common sight in cities everywhere: A weary-looking man stands at an intersection, backpack at his feet. Curled up nearby is a mixed-breed dog, unfazed by the passing traffic. The man holds a sign that reads, "Two old dogs need help. God bless." Homelessness and stigma go hand in hand, and nowhere is this more apparent than pet ownership among the homeless. Through qualitative research, Leslie Irvine gives provides a glimpse into how homeless people provide for both themselves and pets 
Friday, April 21
Boulder
Unlocking the Cage Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Unlocking the Cage follows animal rights lawyer Steven Wise in his unprecedented challenge to break down the legal wall that separates animals from humans. Arguing that cognitively complex animals such as chimpanzees, whales, dolphins and elephants have the capacity for limited personhood rights, Steve and his legal team are making history by filing the first lawsuits that seek to transform a chimpanzee from a thing with no rights to a person with legal protections. 
Saturday, April 22
Fort Collins
A Truly WOLF Affair: Wolfstock Auction Fundraiser The Hilton Fort Collins
at 05:00 PM
W.O.L.F.s annual A Truly WOLF Affair gala is a major fundraiser that allows us to continue providing high-quality care for animals at our sanctuary. The gala brings together 200+ supporters who enjoy a gourmet dinner, unique auction items, and an opportunity to contribute directly during our paddle raiser event. 
Thursday, April 27
Denver/Boulder
Dining Out For Life Participating Denver/Boulder Restaurants
at noon
Join the Denver-Boulder restaurant and dining community in nourishing those who need it most. On April 27, 2017, 250 top metro-Denver and Boulder restaurants and breweries will partner with Project Angel Heart for the 23rd annual Dining Out For Life event. Dining Out For Life is an international event that takes place on the same day in more than 60 cities across North America. On this day, more than 3,500 restaurants nationwide donate a portion of their proceeds 
Saturday, April 29
Boulder
Dream Kitchens Tour "I Have a Dream" Foundation of Boulder County
at 10:00 AM
A Benefit for the "I Have a Dream" Foundation of Boulder County: Saturday, April 29, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday, April 30, 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.Tour some of Boulder's finest kitchens to bring out your inner designer! Contact Storey Blackwell at storey.blackwell@ihaveadreamboulder.org for more information.
 
Wednesday, May 03
Boulder
Rocky Mountain Joe, Untangling Tall Tales Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Chautauquas first official photographer told many a tall tale, but his own real life may be the most remarkable of all. Speaker: Mona Lambrecht
 
Thursday, May 04
Boulder
Craig Childs: Footsteps of the First People Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Who were the first people in North America and how did they get here? This is a question that many have asked and researched but few have tried to retrace like Craig Childs. Finding the footsteps of these First People was the goal for Craig as he adventured to replicate their travels to North America down the coast and into the continent. How many years, the routes, and the hardships these people endured will be the subject of Craigs talk. 
Sunday, May 07
Boulder
Boulder Wine Reads Settembre Cellars Winery & Tasting Room, 1501 Lee Hill Rd #16, B
at 04:00 PM
Here's how it works: our winemaker selects a book, we read a section or two & then gather over a glass to share what we learned. Art, science, history, geography and an intimate human connection. 
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.
 
Wednesday, July 19
Boulder
Equity, Justice & Diversity CU - Glenn Miller Ballroom
at 08:30 AM
For 40 years, the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education has been conducting research focused on bilingual, multicultural, and special education; as well as facilitating comprehensive professional learning for educators, and advocating for culturally and linguistically diverse learners. Join the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education in this thought-provoking and enlightening 2 day institute designed to build knowledge and skills about the education of culturally and linguistically diversity 
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