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Thursday, March 26
Boulder
Geopolitics Discussion Series Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 01:00 PM
The topic of this monthly discussion series is "The Middle East and Islam." Please join us in the Arapahoe Room for a lively and informative discussion sponsored by the Boulder County Chapter of the United Nations Association. 
Denver
HOPE, THANKS & THE UNFORGIVING LITERARY SERIES: Lance Olsen and Dikeou Pop-Up: Colfax 312 E. Colfax Ave
at 04:00 AM
The Dikeou Collection presents the eighth installment of the Hope, Thanks & The Unforgiving Literary Series with readings from distinguished writers Lance Olsen and Mona Award. 
Oh Mary! Hamburger Mary's Devner
at 08:00 PM
Oh Mary! hosts Mary Kennedy and Paul Jacek will be performing at Hamburger Mary's Denver (700 E 17th Ave) on Thursday, March 26th at 8 PM. Colorado comic Pam VanNostern and a special celebrity guest are also on the bill. For more information and tickets: brownpapertickets.com
Oh Mary! is a topic and interview driven vodcast with the hosts using their stand up comedy skills to add their own special spin. Topics range from education to fashion, finance to travel and political to social issues. 
Lafayette
NanoDays WOW! Children's Museum
at 10:00 AM
Join us for NanoDays, celebrating the science of the small! Explore how to make things invisible, investigate new nano products and materials, make nano crafts and launch nano particles with an air cannon! Organized by NISE Net, NanoDays is a nationwide festival of educational programs about nanoscale science and engineering. NanoDays activities are included with Museum admission. WOW! is located at 110 N. Harrison Ave in Lafayette. 
Friday, March 27
Boulder
Healing In Harmony Shine Restaurant and Gathering Place
at 08:00 PM
Many musicians experience countless injuries and continue to struggle with pain due to the nature of performing and practicing long hours every day. Eventually, they are forced to stop playing because the pain becomes unbearable and they are no longer able to use their artistic skills to earn a living. Healing in Harmony is a concert to raise awareness and funds to help these musicians. Line-up includes: Hog Maundy, Serephine, Bellus Ellus, and Spectacle.
 
Loveland
Fort Collins RockHounds 54th Gem & Mineral Show The Ranch/Larimer County Fairgrounds
at 04:00 PM
The Fort Collins Rockhounds Club presents the 54th Annual Gem and Mineral Show 2015 on March 27 (Friday, 4-8 p.m.), March 28 (Saturday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.), and March 29 (Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.) at The Ranch/Larimer County Fairgrounds in the Thomas M. McKee Building, Loveland, Colorado. Parking is free for this event.

This years exhibits feature Colorado Minerals. Metro State University will host a hands-on rock identification educational experience. Door prizes, mineral specimen grab bag sales, 
Attunement Retreat 100 Sunrise Ranch Rd.
at 07:30 PM
(Until 3/29/15 @ 12:15 pm) This retreat is an invitation to share the practice of Attunement and access the healing power within you, as well as embody the cosmic love within all of us. You can learn and review principles, share personal experiences, and explore other energy practices such as Healing Chant. 
Saturday, March 28
Aurora
So Your Community is About to be Fracked? Aurora Central Library 14949 E Alameda Parkway, Aurora CO 80012
at 03:00 PM
What the Frack?! Arapahoe presents: An introduction to grassroots Community Rights organizing, with short films, discussion, and guest speaker Cliff Wilmeng, Board Member of Colorado Community Rights Network. Get empowered to stand up against toxic trespass and other corporate takeovers of your community's health and quality of life!
Aurora Central Library Sat 3/28/15 3-5 pm RSVP to reserve a seat to rwebb153@hotmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/events/1435063636786585/
 
Boulder
Benefit Art Show Ramble on Pearl
at 01:00 PM
Local artists displaying their latest projects, appetizers, a raffle, live music from a local musician to benefit Ramble on Pearl, 1638 Pearl St in Boulder, a non profit outdoor retail store and we use the store as a training facility for individuals with special needs. Our apprentices work at Ramble with a job coach for three months and then we help them find permanent employment in the community. We teach skills at the store that not only pertain to retail but other tasks as well. 
Musical Rapture - Boulder Symphony First Presbyterian Church in Boulder
at 06:15 PM
Boulder Symphony plays Brahms 3 and Rodrigo's guitar concerto performed by CU faculty Nicolo Spera. Part of Boulder Arts Week. 
Denver
Learn to Meditate Inspire Life Studios, 938 West 8th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204
at 11:00 AM
The Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado presents an open public class on how to meditate. Anyone can learn to meditate and experience relaxation and great peace of mind. Normally, we turn to many things for happiness, but how long do these feelings actually last? If we know how to meditate, we can always tap into our potential for deep happiness and bliss because its source is within our own minds. Lucy James, resident teacher at KMC Colorado, will teach this class. 
Longmont
Peeps Diorama Contest@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 01:00 PM
Longmont Public Library hosts a book themed Peep diorama contest. Stop by the library to pick up an entry form. Dioramas can be dropped off 3/13-3/19. They will be displayed 3/20-3/27. Winners announced 3/28. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Loveland
Fort Collins RockHounds 54th Gem & Mineral Show The Ranch/Larimer County Fairgrounds
at 09:00 AM
The Fort Collins Rockhounds Club presents the 54th Annual Gem and Mineral Show 2015 on March 27 (Friday, 4-8 p.m.), March 28 (Saturday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.), and March 29 (Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.) at The Ranch/Larimer County Fairgrounds in the Thomas M. McKee Building, Loveland, Colorado. Parking provided for this event.__This years exhibits feature Colorado Minerals. 
Sunday, March 29
Boulder
Frontrunners Whole Foods Baseline
at 09:15 AM
Frontrunners is for GLBT and friends of GLBT runners and walkers of all skill levels and ages. We meet every Sunday regardless of weather; we'll start running at precisely 9:17am (a Frontrunner's tradition). We'll
meet in front of the Whole Foods at Basemar Shopping Center, corner of
S. Broadway and Baseline in Boulder. The cost is Free!
 
The Library Concert Series Presents: The Annual Ridi VanZandt Co Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 02:00 PM
Charles Wetherbee, (violin) Amy Galluzzo, (violin)
Korine Fujiwara, (violin) & Carol Ou, (cello)
Carpe Diem is a boundary-breaking ensemble that has earned widespread critical and audience acclaim for its innovative programming and electrifying performances. Their programming reflects its passions for Gypsy, tango, folk, pop, rock, and jazz-inspired music alongside the traditional string quartet repertoire. 
"Climate Change" The Latest Science, Why It's Serious, and W Unitarian Universalist Church
at 07:00 PM
Presentation by Chuck Kutscher, PhD, Dir of Building and Thermal Systems Center at NREL. The Pentagon identifies climate change as a major cause of global destabilization. Addressing this challenge will require a combination of adaptation and a rapid transition away from carbon-based energy sources.
Doors @6:30 pm, discussion & refreshments.
Chuck is the editor of the 200-page ASES report, "Tackling Climate Change in the U.S.", which details energy efficiency and six renewable energy sources 
Climate Change: The Latest Science, Why It's Serious, and Wh Unitarian Universalist Church
at 07:00 PM
Special Presentation by Chuck Kutscher, PhD, Director of the Building and Thermal Systems Center at NREL - internationally renowned expert. Climate change from fossil fuels is happening today. The Pentagon identifies climate dchange as a major cause of global destabilization. Addressing this challenge will require a combination of adaptation and a rapid transition away from carbon-based energy sources. Chuck is the editor of the 200-page ASES report, Tackling Climate Change in the U.S. 
Presentation "Climate Change: The Latest Science, Why It's S Unitarian Universalist Church
at 07:00 PM
Public Forum presentation by Churck Kutscher, PhD, Director of the Building and Thermal Systems Center at NREL, adjunct faculty at CU Boulder, and internationally renowned expert. The Pentagon identifies climate changes as a major cause of global destabilization. Addressing this challenge will require a combination of adaptation and a rapid transition away from carbon-based energy sources. Doors open at 6:30. . Discussion and refreshments. 
Lafayette
Sensory Friendly Playtime WOW! Children's Museum
at 09:30 AM
Sensory Friendly Playtime is a special Museum event for children with autism 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! Krista Reinhardt-Ruprech of Big Dog Little Dog Healing Arts will also be facilitating special art therapy activities. Reservations are required and space is limited. To reserve your space contact Olivia Ameigh, olivia@wowchildrensmuseum.org. 
Loveland
Fort Collins RockHounds 54th Gem & Mineral Show The Ranch, Larimer County Fairgrounds
at 10:00 AM
The Fort Collins Rockhounds Club presents the 54th Annual Gem and Mineral Show 2015 on March 27 (Friday, 4-8 p.m.), March 28 (Saturday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.), and March 29 (Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.) at The Ranch/Larimer County Fairgrounds in the Thomas M. McKee Building, Loveland, Colorado. Parking is free for this event.__This years exhibits feature Colorado Minerals. Adult $4/day, $7/3days, 12-18 w student id $1, under 12 free with adult. 
Tuesday, March 31
Boulder
Sustainability and Digital Media: Toward a Green Media Ecology p CU Boulder Eaton Humanities Bldg. RM 250, 1610 Pleasant St, Boul
at 05:00 PM
Join us for CMCI's annual Ralph L. Crosman lecture. Dr. Richard Maxwell will talk about the environmental impact of media, focusing on the environmental harms caused by media, information technologies and electronics. 
Dan Simmons: The Fifth Heart Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Join award-winning and national best-selling author Dan Simmons as he debuts his newest novel The Fifth Heart. The story follows the trail of Sherlock Holmes and Henry James 1893 investigation of the mysterious death of Clover Adams, wife of the esteemed historian Henry Adamsmember of the Adams family that has produced two U.S. presidents. Dan Simmons will discuss researching "The Fifth Heart" as well as his adventures and misadventures while researching and writing his many books. 
Denver
Shooting Video with DSLR Cameras Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
This course will cover all the basics of using your DSLR for shooting video. In this class, students are introduced to shooting video with DSLR cameras. Students will learn the basics of shooting video, capturing audio, designing shots with editing in mind, specific camera settings and features, lighting consideration, and advantages to shooting video with a DSLR. 
Wednesday, April 01
Denver
New Member Orientation Open Media Foundation
at 06:45 AM
So you have a DOM Membership - now what?

You can join us for the revitalized New Member Orientation class. This session will provide you with the information and training you will need to register for classes, connect with others, make reservations and get your shows on-air.

During this session we will also review the rules and regulations related to your membership at Denver Open Media as well as answer any questions and concerns you may have.

Sessions are first Wednesdays of every month 
Open Media Foundation Tour Open Media Foundation
at 05:30 PM
By attending the Open Media Foundation Tour you will realize many ways to get involved and understand the impact you can have in the community. Everyone is welcome. Plus, this tour is great for anyone new to our work and potential interns, volunteers or members.

You will hear about the vision of OMF from the Executive Director and Board while touring the Public Access TV Station: see the user-driven channels, the HD facilities and professional equipment they offer our community. 
Longmont
2015 Dream-Maker Breakfast Plaza Conference Center
at 07:30 AM
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Plaza Conference Center
1850 Industrial Circle, Longmont, CO
(behind the Best Western)

In lieu of ticket sales, we will be asking guests to make a donation at the event that will support our two Longmont Dreamer Classes at Timberline K-8 and Rocky Mountain Elementary and fulfill the dreams of 100 children. You can support Dreamers in pursuit of their academic dreams to graduate high school and continue to and through college. Email info@ihaveadreamboulder.org to register. 
Thursday, April 02
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 which are held the FIRST THURSDAY of every month at 3775 Iris Avenue in Boulder. Learn about legal, parental, financial, and emotional issues in divorce, and about collaborative divorce, an alternative that promotes mutual agreement. No RSVP required 
Denver
Advanced Studio Production - Visual Sets Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
This workshop focuses on advanced techniques of studio TV production, specifically those used with a green screen. The class will walk through the set-up for a good key in Studio B, as well as cover how to set up a studio TV show in Broadcast Pix.

It is required that students of this class have studio certification with Denver Open Media. DOM studio certification can be obtained by taking the Intro to Studio Production class.
 
Feminism & Co. MCA Denver
at 06:30 PM
Feminism & Co. is a weekly lecture series at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver that explores contemporary culture through issues relating to women and gender. With film screenings, creative performances, lectures and panel discussions, these events address womens (and mens) complicated relationship to art, politics and sexuality.
Everyone welcome.
4.2 Star Chefs
4.9 Infidelity: New Perspectives
4.11 Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon
4.16 Married to the Military
4.23 Big Woman

 
Longmont
What If...Abraham Lincoln had Lived? Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
National Park Historian Tom Thomas ponders the Lincoln legacy had President Lincoln survived the assassination attempt on his life. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, April 03
Boulder
Good Friday Service Unity Church
at 07:00 PM
You can join us for the Good Friday Service at 7:00pm, April 3rd.

It was the last supper that Jesus unveiled his life transforming truths to his disciples to all of us.

The Unity Choir and band will perform the most beautiful music ever written as Reverend Jack Groverland relates the deeper, metaphysical truths regarding the bread, wine, Judas, John the Beloved, and the way to eternal life.

At this service, we will participate in a true holy communion with unleavened bread and wine.

 
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 rental of the Livestream Studio kit after completion of this course.

Certifications required for this class:
Field Certification 
Jewelry for the Apocalypse Fancy Tiger Clothing
at 06:00 PM
Tallie Dietz views the world as an exploded treasure chest and her process lies in reassembling the bits. What happens is that I'll see a shape or color combination that I really love so I'll make some earrings or a necklace or whatever out of that idea and then I can have it with me all the time. Or sometimes I'll find an actual little thing; a shell, a rock, a bone, a piece of metal, a scrap of fabric, a rusted wing-nut, that is too beautiful to leave alone. I'll put it in my pocket and carry 
Saturday, April 04
Boulder
Easter Eve Service Unity Church
at 06:30 PM
Join us at Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center for our enchanting Easter production, The Lost Years of Jesus and His Resurrection.

This dramatic musical will include the acclaimed Unity Choir singing heart-opening selections throughout the unfolding of this timeless story, the greatest of all dramas.

EASTER SERVICE TIMES ARE:
Saturday, April 4 at 6:30pm &
Sunday, April 5 at 10:00am

The services are open to the public and childcare is provided. We have many fun activities planned for the youth 
7:30 pm to 9:30 pm Avalon Ballroom
at 07:30 PM
"Watch Your Step!", the Boulder-Denver vintage dance troupe, presents their entertaining and lively show, "It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing: The History of Swing Dancing". Come learn how changing musical styles and social norms influenced how we danced through the 20th century---and maybe try some steps yourselves. The show is 7:30 to 9:30 PM at the Avalon Ballroom in Boulder. Admission is open thanks to the Alex "Think" Wilson Legacy Fund. For more information, call 720-ONE-STEP 
Broomfield
Orlando by Handel: a Baroque Opera. Broomfield Auditorium
at 07:00 PM
The Boulder Opera is back with a full production of the beautiful music of Orlandos Handel. The story was inspired by Ludovico Ariostos Orlando furioso in the medieval times, but we are setting the story in the Wild West. Orlando, the towns Sheriff is desperately in love with Angelika the beautiful saloon owner, who is in turn in love with the Sheriffs deputy, Medoro; in this hopeless situation Orlando is driven to madness from which only Zoroastro, the mystical cowboy can save him.

 
Denver
Field Production Workshop Open Media Foundation
at 11:00 AM
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.

The Field Production workshop takes students into the process of cinematography, lighting and audio. With a focus on the manual controls available through larger 3-chip DV cameras, such as the Sony Z5U. 
Monroe
be LIGHT * be SHADOW Mystic Hot Springs
at 11:00 AM
All Inclusive Women's Retreat
April 4th - 6th:

You can immerse yourself in the rustic hippie charm of Mystic Hot Springs as we explore the space between our light and and shadow selves through medicine art, body mesmerism, photography journeys, and intimate performances by Bonnie Paine of Elephant Revivial and Mackenzie Page of Gipsy Moon.

Learn more at www.aubreyixchel.com or call 435-527-3286. 
Sunday, April 05
Boulder
Frontrunners Whole Foods Baseline
at 09:00 AM
Frontrunners is for GLBT and friends of GLBT runners and walkers of all skill levels and ages. We meet every Sunday regardless of weather; we'll start running at precisely 9:17am (a Frontrunner's tradition). We'll
meet in front of the Whole Foods at Basemar Shopping Center, corner of
S. Broadway and Baseline in Boulder. The cost is Free!
 
Easter Sunday Service Unity Church
at 10:00 AM
Join us at Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center for our enchanting Easter production, The Lost Years of Jesus and His Resurrection.

This dramatic musical will include the acclaimed Unity Choir singing heart-opening selections throughout the unfolding of this timeless story, the greatest of all dramas.

EASTER SERVICE TIMES ARE:
Saturday, April 4 at 6:30pm &
Sunday, April 5 at 10:00am

The services are open to the public and childcare is provided. We have many fun activities planned for the youth 
Monday, April 06
Loveland
Sunrise Ranch Internships Begin Sunrise Ranch
at 04:00 AM
Sunrise Ranch, a teaching and demonstration site for community living, is now accepting applications for two internship programs: Full Self Emergence and Farm/Garden. All programs begin April 6 and last 7 months. Full Self Emergence is a residential internship focused on community lifestyle and practical spirituality, and the Farm/Garden internship focuses on integrated organic, holistic agriculture. 
Tuesday, April 07
Boulder
Katie Singer: An Electronic Silent Spring Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Over millions of years, living creatures have evolved in relation to the Earth's electromagnetic energy. Now, we're surrounded by human-made frequencies that challenge our health and survival. Katie Singers An Electric Silent Spring reports the effects of electrification and wireless devices on people, plants, bee colonies, and frogs around the globe. It also presents solutions for people who want to reduce their exposure to electromagnetic radiation.
 
Denver
Making Music with GarageBand 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.

The Field Production workshop takes students into the process of cinematography, lighting and audio. With a focus on the manual controls available through larger 3-chip DV cameras, such as the Sony Z5U. 
Wednesday, April 08
Boulder
The Return of FrackingSENSE with Anthony Ingraffea Math 100 CU Boulder Campus
at 06:30 PM
With the help of community members like you, the Center of the American Wests FrackingSENSE series returns. These Spring 2015 events bring speakers who offer a unique range of perspectives on Hydraulic Fracturing and Natural Gas and Oil development.
Dr. Ingraffea is the Dwight C. Baum Professor of Engineering Emeritus and a Weiss Presidential Teaching Fellow at Cornell University. Dr. Ingraffeas research concentrates on computer simulation and physical testing of complex fracturing processes. 
Denver
Denver Hiring Event Embassy Suites Hotel
at 09:00 AM
Denver Professional Career Event - Sales & Management Specific

HireLive is a national career service company specializing in Sales, Retail and Management Career Fairs, and has more than a decade of experience in connecting job seekers with industry leading companies that are currently hiring. This is an opportunity to interview face to face with 15+ Fortune 500 and Industry Leading companies seeking talented, experienced and enthusiastic sales, retail and management candidates.

 
DOSP presents- Spotlight on: JOBS! DHS Office 3815 Steele St.
at 12:30 PM
You can join Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships for this Spotlight on JOBS event, where city agencies working on this priority will offer perspectives as well as opportunities for dialogue and partnerships with non-profits 
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. 
Thursday, April 09
Boulder
Orlando by Handel: Baroque Opera for kids Nomad Theater
at 11:00 AM
The Boulder Opera presents a reduced version of Orlando by Handel. Set in the Wild West, we will meet characters like cowboys, a Sheriff, a rancher that are all dealing with the complexities of friendship, love and moral duties.

Directed by Michael Kilcoyne, this production features a cast of five local Opera singers accompanied by an original harpsichord. A narrator takes the audience through the story and introduces kids to baroque opera.


Lasting an hour with Q&A at the end, this perfo 
Denver
Editing with iMovie Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
Making a great movie from home video is easier than you think! Chances are, you have a camcorder, a digital camera, or an iPhone - and maybe all three. That means one thing: You have a ton of great video. iMovie comes pre-loaded on your Mac and is a simple solution for editing your video. This class covers the basics of editing video and audio in iMovie, including enhancing your footage, adding a soundtrack, correcting audio, and editing your video so it has the look and sound that you want! 
Longmont
Earth Day Program@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Author Kayann Short will discuss her book "A Bushel's Worth: An Ecobiography." Books will be available for purchase. Teens will also share their Earth Day projects. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Earth Day Preview: Thursday Night Library Talks Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Come out and meet some of the innovative, passionate youth that will be exhibiting and performing at the Youth of the Earth Festival on April 22. They'll share their ideas, music and videos.

This talk is part of the regular series of Thursday night talks at the Longmont Library. 
Friday, April 10
Boulder
Aspen Hourglass Chautauqua Community House
at 08:00 PM
Fort Collins-based Aspen Hourglass is an exciting new alternative Front Range band receiving rave reviews and developing a huge fan base. The band began casually in February 2012 inside a garage playing music for fun. In just a few short years, the group has opened for many national acts. They have also played many of regions largest entertainment venues including the Aggie Theatre, the Fox Theatre, the Oriental Theater and the Pepsi Center.
 
Saturday, April 11
Denver
NightSparks: Roaring Twenties at the Ritz Ritz-Carlton 1881 Curtis Street Denver, CO 80202
at 06:00 PM
You can dress in the attire of the 1920s. Cocktail attire is also appropriate. Featuring dinner, live music from The Radio, silent and live auctions, this fun and exciting event will raise funds for LifeSpark Cancer Resources to support individuals with cancer. Cash bar.


LifeSpark transforms the cancer experience by providing Reiki and Healing Touch therapies. 
Cottonwood Institute's Annual Base Camp Bash RedLine Art Gallery
at 06:00 PM
The Base Camp Bash is our main fundraising event and annual excuse to get together, have fun, eat local food from Snooze, local beer from Great Divide, drink great wine, enjoy live music, and bid on fabulous silent auction items. The Base Camp Bash helps raise the critical funds we need each year to connect students to the outdoors and empower them to take action to improve their schools, the community, and the environment for future generations.
 
Sparkling Brass & Spring Brews Wynkoop Brewing Co
at 06:30 PM
A Taste of Sparkling Brass & Spring Brews
April 11 6:30pm, Reservations 303-832-4676
Wynkoop Brewing Company
1634 18th St, Denver, CO 80202
Pub concert, brew tasting & light dinner
Hop into Spring! You can sample the aroma, consistency and flavor of specially chosen Colorado spring brews, listen to the vibrant sounds of the Denver Brass5, and take note of the subtle nuances of beverage and song. 
Fort Collins
Spring & Summer Kids' Fun Fair The Edge Sports Center
at 01:00 PM
Admission is open!
What's happening for kids 0-12 years old in the Fort Collins area? You can find out at our one-stop shop!

RSVP on our Fb event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1402228300083756/

There will be a ton of vendors from around the community, demos, face painting, lots of kids activities, and a ton of fun! This afternoon will be filled with energy-releasing activities for the kiddos.

We still accepting vendors! Vendor details: https://t.e2ma.net/message/l 
Longmont
Boulder County Bombers@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 06:00 PM
The 2015 Longmont Library Festival kicks off with the Boulder County Bombers at Teen Second Saturday! Our local roller derby team will demonstrate their skills & tricks! Enjoy pizza, gaming& crafts! This event is for 6th-12th graders. Registration is required.Please call 303-651-8477.

 
Sunday, April 12
Boulder
Frontrunners Whole Foods Baseline
at 09:00 AM
Frontrunners is for GLBT and friends of GLBT runners and walkers of all skill levels and ages. We meet every Sunday regardless of weather; we'll start running at precisely 9:17am (a Frontrunner's tradition). We'll
meet in front of the Whole Foods at Basemar Shopping Center, corner of
S. Broadway and Baseline in Boulder. The cost is Free!
 
The Library Concert Series Presents: "Journey from the Fjords to Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 02:00 PM
Four kindred musical spirits explore the musical worlds of Scandinavia, North America and Latin America through the lens of jazz, traditional folk music, latin and original compositions.
Sandra Wong-violin/fiddle, nyckelharpa
Victor Mestas-piano
Gonzalo Teppa-bass
Jill Fredrickson-drums, percussion.

Thanks to the Boulder Library Foundation
 
Broomfield
Frank Shorter RACE4Kids' Health and Health Odyssey Expo:Wher 1st Bank Center
at 08:00 AM
6th Annual Frank Shorter RACE4Kids' Health 5K and Health Odyssey Expo with over 70+ vendors ranging from robotics, engineering, science, museums, to gymnastics and local universities, healthy food and MUCH MORE! 
Longmont
Flamenco@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 02:00 PM
The 2015 Longmont Library Festival welcomes accomplished guitarist Steve Mullins,percussionist Brett Bowen and famed Flamenco dancer Mara Vzquez for an afternoon of Spanish dance. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information.
 
Monday, April 13
Boulder
The Violent Life of Massive Stars Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
From birth to black holes massive stars light up and drive the evolution of galaxies, forge most of the chemical elements on the periodic table during their brief, luminous, and violent lives, and die in supernova explosions that create neutron stars and black holes. Professor John Bally will demonstrate massive star birth, evolution and demise with the latest images from our ground and space-based observatories.
 
Longmont
Library Festival Anthology! Longmont Public Library
at 06:00 PM
The 2015 Longmont Library Festival features readings from the Library Anthology and book signings. Anthology copies available for purchase. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information.
 
Louisville
DaVinci Coders - JavaScript Course DaVinci Coders
at 06:00 PM
This class will give students an immersive course of study dealing with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. It will introduce students with little or no experience to the Web Design world and provide them with the skills needed to be prepared for industry interviews. Students will also develop and practice teamwork and communications skills necessary to work effectively in the Web Design industry. 
Tuesday, April 14
Denver
Google Sites Workshop Open Media Foundation
at 03:30 PM
Website creation is quickly becoming more and more accessible with Google Sites, a free and easy way to create and share webpages. Learn how Google sites can help you plan meetings and activities, collaborate on a team project, create a simple website, stay connected with donors and volunteers, and much more.

Participants are encouraged to bring a Google Account ID to get hands-on experience exploring Google Sites.
 
Longmont
Dorothy Donohue@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 01:00 PM
The 2015 Longmont Library Festival welcomes author/illustrator Dorothy Donohue to demonstrate the art of illustrating.Kids create their own artwork too! There are 2 sessions at 1:00 pm-2:00 pm and 2:00 pm-3:00 pm
Registration is required. Please Call 303-651-8477.
 
Wednesday, April 15
Longmont
OneBoook4Colorado Storytime Celebration@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 11:00 AM
The 2015 Longmont Library Festival features the OneBook4Colorado Storytime Celebration! There will be book giveaways & a magic show! Registration is required.Please call 303-651-8477.
 
Job Hunter Workshop@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 06:30 PM
Longmont Public Library hosts job hunter workshops every 3rd Wednesday, upstairs in the UnQuiet Study Area at 6:30pm. On April 15th, career counselor Jane McKean and other professionals will offer one-on-one consultations. Bring a resume or a burning question! Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Thursday, April 16
Boulder
googd guys behaving badly;a forum on veteran reintegration 3245 Kalmia Ave., Boulder, CO
at 06:00 PM

Boulder County, CO., April 16, 2015 Struggling with PTSD and isolation, turning to alcohol, drugs, and crime. Feeling misunderstood, what is the answer for veterans? City of Boulder Deputy District Attorney and veteran, J.P. Martin will speak on the current environment regarding Boulder County veterans and the law.



PTSD is prevalent in our society showing itself in many different ways. Some of the most common amongst veterans is substance abuse, primarily alcohol, troubles with anger. 
NAS: Time is Illmatic Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
Twenty years after the release of Nas' groundbreaking debut album Illmatic, this 2014 documentary "Nas: Time is Illmatic" takes us into the heart of his creative process. Returning to his childhood home in Queensbridge, Nas shares stories of his upbringing, his influences from the music of his jazz musician father Olu Dara to the burgeoning hip-hop scene in New York City and the obstacles he faced before his major label signing at age 19. 
Longmont
Author TaraShea Nesbit@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
The 2015 Longmont Library Festival welcomes Colorado author TaraShea Nesbit to discuss her book, The Wives of Los Alamos. Books will be available for purchase.Please call 303-651-8472 for more information.
 
Friday, April 17
Boulder
Vagina Monologues Nomad Theater
at 08:00 PM
VDAY Presents The Vagina Monologues!!!

Beneficiary: Out Boulder

BUY TICKETS HERE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1350964 
Saturday, April 18
Boulder
Vagina Monologues Nomad Theater
at 02:00 PM
VDAY Presents The Vagina Monologues!!!

Beneficiary: Out Boulder

BUY TICKETS HERE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1350964 
Vagina Monologues Nomad Theater
at 08:00 PM
VDAY Presents The Vagina Monologues!!!

Beneficiary: Out Boulder

BUY TICKETS HERE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1350964 
Denver
Marathon/Half Marathon Training for Beginners Orientation Event St. Johns Lutheran Church
at 08:00 AM
Do you have running a marathon or half marathon on your bucket list? Do you want to get in shape or need a new fitness goal? You can join USA Fit Denver at our orientation event at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 18, at St. Johns Lutheran Church near Wash Park. (you can pre-register online with credit card at www.DenverFit.com through May 16.)

Learn more about our marathon and half marathon training program, meet your coaches and fellow members and more. 
Greeley
Top Chef Island Grove Exhibition Hall
at 05:00 PM
Top Chef of Northern Colorado is A Kid's Places biggest annual fundraiser. The evening features fine food and drink, a friendly competition between the area's "Top Chefs", featuring local celebrity judges, music, and a silent and live auction. Top Chef is on April 18, 2015 and will be held at Island Grove Exhibition Hall from 5:00pm until 10:30 pm. The 2015 event will be our 5th annual Top Chef competition. All proceeds go to benefiting children who have been abused or neglected in Weld County. 
Top Chef Of Northern Colorado Island Grove Arena
at 05:00 PM
Top Chef of Northern Colorado is A Kid's Places biggest annual fundraiser. The evening features fine food and drink, a friendly competition between the area's "Top Chefs", featuring local celebrity judges, music, and a silent and live auction. Top Chef is on April 18, 2015 and will be held at Island Grove Exhibition Hall from 5:00pm until 10:30 pm. The 2015 event will be our 5th annual Top Chef competition. All proceeds go to benefiting children who have been abused or neglected in Weld County. 
Longmont
Authors Open House@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 01:00 PM
The 2015 Longmont Library Festival closes with an Authors Open House. Stop by to meet local authors and have a book signed.Books will be available for purchase. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information.
 
Nederland
14th annual Wild Earth Day WIld Bear Mountain Ecology Center
at 11:00 AM
Free - Wild Earth Day is a free action-packed day of entertainment and hands-on activities to learn about and celebrate this magnificent earth! Dance to the Marimba music, engage in hands-on experiential activities, get your face painted, and help to create a community mural. This event will take place on Saturday, Apri1 18 from 11am-4pm at Wild Bear Mountain Ecology Center in Nederland, Colorado. 
Sunday, April 19
Boulder
Frontrunners Whole Foods Baseline
at 09:00 AM
Frontrunners is for GLBT and friends of GLBT runners and walkers of all skill levels and ages. We meet every Sunday regardless of weather; we'll start running at precisely 9:17am (a Frontrunner's tradition). We'll
meet in front of the Whole Foods at Basemar Shopping Center, corner of
S. Broadway and Baseline in Boulder. The cost is Free!
 
Evans
2nd Annual 5K In My Shoes Envision
at 08:00 AM
Envision, Creative Support for People with Developmental Disabilities is excited to announce the 2nd Annual 5K In My Shoes that will take place on Sunday, April 19th at Envision which is located at 1050 37th St. in Evans, Colorado. This race is a Walk, Run or Roll so, the course is accessible to all. 1K option and reasonable accommodations are available. Don't want to race? Come cheer at the sidelines! Race starts promptly at 8:00 a.m. Want to get involved? Visit www.envisionco.org #5KInMyShoes 
Monday, April 20
Boulder
The 2015 Wallace Stegner Award CU Boulder Campus, Wittemyer Courtroom, Wolf Law
at 06:30 PM
Each year, the Center of the American West presents the Wallace Stegner Award to an individual who has made a sustained contribution to the cultural identity of the West through literature, art, history, lore, or an understanding of the West.

For the first time ever, the Center of the American West is presenting the Stegner Award to an organization, Rocky Mountain Rescue. This all volunteer organization embodies the spirit of the American West. 
Tuesday, April 21
Boulder
The Third Tuesday Lunchtime Concert Series Presents: 3rd Law Dan Boulder Library: Main Branch
at noon
Join us for this lunchtime concert featuring the incredible dancers of 3rd Law. Bring your lunch and a friend!

Free -- Thanks to the Boulder Library Foundation! 
Wednesday, April 22
Longmont
Youth of the Earth Festival: Free Earth Day Event for All Ages Boulder County Fairgrounds
at 04:00 PM
You can join us on Earth Day for a fabulous event where youth are the musicians, artists and exhibitors. The event will be held indoors at the Exhibit Hall at the Boulder County Fairgrounds. You'll experience youth environmental art, music and projects; and environmental educators booths that will inspire you! Climbing wall, food, games, prizes and fun for all ages! Xtreme Zero Waste funding provided by Boulder County. 
Thursday, April 23
Boulder
BETC: Hysteria Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company (BETC) presents a regional premiere, by Terry Johnson. Sigmund Freud is dying. But before he does, there are visitors to be met, and reckonings to be made. And once Salvador Dali himself arrives, the stage is set for a splendidly silly exploration of the subconscious that makes for audacious and dazzlingly clever farce (Financial Times, London). April 23 - May 17. 
Denver
Glass Half Full, A Greenhouse Scholars Experience Denver, CO
at 06:00 PM
You can join us at Denvers McNichols Civic Center Building on April 23, 2015 for an evening of wine tastings, specialty cocktails, delicious food from Denver's top restaurants, silent and live auctions, entertainment and extraordinary company.

Greenhouse Scholars is a non-profit organization that supports extraordinary yet under-resourced college students, changing the trajectory of the lives of the Scholars and their families, and communities around the globe. 
Friday, April 24
Boulder
The Mulligan Brothers Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
The Mulligan Brothersself-titled debut album begins with a mournful fiddle supported by the steady undercurrent of bass and drums. The Mulligan Brothers, from Mobile and Baton Rouge, is Newell on lead vocals and guitar, Gram Rea on vocals, fiddle, mandolin and harmonica, Greg DeLuca on drums and Ben Leininger on upright suitcase bass. An incredible night of music crossing the border between folk rock, Americana and alternate country as the Mulligan Brothers debut their second album. 
Denver
Central City Opera: Theatre of Dreams Gala City Hall Nightclub
at 06:30 PM
Central City Opera follows its successful 2014 Gala with another modern take on the annual fundraiser. This annual event, in an edgy new location featuring the up-and-coming young opera star Soloman Howard, will celebrate the historic opera company and its mission of inspirational world-renowned performances, historic preservation, young artist training and educational outreach. Guests will enjoy an evening of fine food and exceptional musical entertainment.
For tickets, please call 303-331-7014 
Saturday, April 25
Arvada
"Play Ball For Glory" 9th Annual Glory Gala Arvada Center
at 05:00 PM
Dinner/UNIQUE auctions/Entertainment: Madcap Theater Improv,
Mark Randall, emcee, Auctioneer:Auction Divas,
Benefits Glory Community, residential neighborhood for adults with developmental disabilities
 
Boulder
Dream Kitchens Tour Boulder and surrounding towns
at 10:00 AM
You can tour Boulder's finest kitchens to bring out the designer in everyone! Studio3 Kitchen Bath Interiors is presenting the 2015 Dream Kitchens Tour featuring some of Boulder's finest kitchens along with tasty treats to benefit the "I Have a Dream" Foundation of Boulder County, Saturday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. & Sunday, April 26, 12:00-4:00 p.m. 
MeSimple Learning Series: Tapping the Potential of Nature & Simp eTown Hall
at 10:00 AM
You can join seven thought leaders as they share life journeys returning from complex to simple.

Resonating a common mission to declutter from busy and complicated lives, a Grammy- and Emmy-nominated pianist, a Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur-turned-poet, an eco-psychologist, two primitive survival educators, and two writers will share the eTown Hall stage, 1535 Spruce St. in Boulder on April 25 presenting their unique and remarkable explorations of reconnecting with natural environments. 
Denver
BruFrou: craft beer + culinary pairing event Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum
at 11:00 AM
The 2nd Annual BrFrou: craft beer + culinary pairing event featuring 80 Colorado brewers & chefs leading the hop & culinary revolution. Let BrFrou excite your epicurean senses by tasting over 50 unique pairings. 
Sunday, April 26
Boulder
Frontrunners Whole Foods Baseline
at 09:00 AM
Frontrunners is for GLBT and friends of GLBT runners and walkers of all skill levels and ages. We meet every Sunday regardless of weather; we'll start running at precisely 9:17am (a Frontrunner's tradition). We'll
meet in front of the Whole Foods at Basemar Shopping Center, corner of
S. Broadway and Baseline in Boulder. The cost is Free!
 
Denver
6th Annual 'Same Love, Same Rights' LGBT Wedding Expo in The Curtis a Doubletree by Hilton
at 12:30 PM
You & your partner are invited to the 6th Annual 'Same Love, Same Rights' LGBT Wedding Expo in Denver Sunday, Apr. 26th Dozens of gay-friendly exhibitors will participate, eager to help you and your fiancee plan the ceremony of your dreams! Photographers, DJs, Officiants, Wedding Planners, Venues, Jewelers, Invitations & more... Raffle Giveaways, LGBT-Planning Tips & Trends!

Sunday April 26th, 2015
(12:30-3:30pm)

The Curtis a Doubletree by Hilton
1405 Curtis Street
Denver, CO 80202

 
Tuesday, April 28
Boulder
The Return of FrackingSENSE with Matthew Cotton CU Boulder Campus, Wittemyer Courtroom, Wolf Law
at 06:30 PM
With the help of community members like you, the Center of the American Wests FrackingSENSE series returns. These Spring 2015 events bring speakers who offer a unique range of perspectives on Hydraulic Fracturing and Natural Gas and Oil development. Next in our series is:

Professor Matthew Cotton
The Politics of Shale Gas in the United Kingdom

Matthew Cotton is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Policy and Planning in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning. 
Louisville
Night with a Futurist - Blueprint for a Makers District DaVinci Institute
at 06:30 PM
A maker district can best be described as a cross between an artist colony, farmers market, woodworking shop, music festival, bakery, brewpub, and brainstorming session all happening in the same space. Its all that and more.

You can join us as Futurist Thomas Frey takes us on a mind-stretching journey into the emerging world of Maker Districts and how it can become a significant change agent for your community. 
Thursday, April 30
Denver
Dining Out for Life Participating Restaurants in Denver/Boulder area
at 06:00 AM
On April 30, 2015, 250 top metro-Denver and Boulder restaurants will partner with Project Angel Heart for the 21st annual Dining Out For Life event. On this day, more than 3,500 restaurants nationwide donate a portion of their proceeds to support and care for neighbors living with HIV/AIDS. Project Angel Heart has been actively serving this community since 1991, providing meals to Coloradans coping with life-threatening illness and is proud to host the local Dining Out for Life event. 
Longmont
Boulder Potters Guild Spring Sale Boulder County Fairgrounds
at 10:00 AM
Forty-plus members of the Boulder Potters Guild are exhibiting and selling their recent work at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont, CO from Thursday, April 30th through Sunday, May 3rd. This sale is a great opportunity for the public to see and touch beautiful ceramics and to speak with the artists and potters. This sale also helps raise money to support the facilities, outreach, and educational activities of the Boulder Potters Guild. 
Saturday, May 02
Louisville
Demo Day for DaVinci Coders Ruby on Rails DaVinci Institute
at 06:00 PM
Coming up in May, there's one event you won't want to miss - DEMO DAY!

Our current students in DaVinci Coders Ruby on Rails class will be finishing up their studies with one final performance at Demo Day on Saturday, May 2nd. Presentations will involve both solo and team efforts, along with no small amount of ingenuity.

You can join us for this festive evening. Light appetizers, drinks, and awesomeness are also on the docket for the event. 
Lyons
SHAPE Diva Dash Bohn Park
at 09:30 AM
You can discover your daring diva self at the SHAPE Diva Dash, where youll test your speed, strength, and agility along our 3-mile course dotted with up to a dozen obstacles. New this year: 2 family-friendly waves (so dad and the kids can celebrate their inner Divas, too) and a CLIF Kids Adventure Zone for the young uns. You can gather your team, create a costume, and use code AXLOCAL to register.
 
Tuesday, May 05
Boulder
Helen Thorpe: Soldier Girls Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 AM
Soldier Girls named the number one non-fiction book of 2014 by TIME Magazine is the compelling story of three women who signed up for the Army National Guard before 9/11, envisioning a part-time commitment, only to wind up serving year-long deployments in Afghanistan and Iraq. Helen will describe the narrative arc of the book, read from selected passages and discuss the three women and their struggles in a personal way. 
Wednesday, May 06
Denver
23rd Annual MacDonald Family Tribute Luncheon Featuring Amy Van Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
at 11:30 AM
You can join us May 6 for our 23rd Annual MacDonald Family Tribute Luncheon, featuring Olympic gold medalist Amy Van Dyken-Rouen as our keynote speaker!
The event will be held at the Sheraton Downtown Denver, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm.

On May 6, 2015, Bayaud Enterprises will host the 23rd Annual MacDonald Family Tribute Luncheon, a celebration that honors community members, businesses and organizations that support Bayauds mission to create hope, opportunity and choice. 
Saturday, May 09
Boulder
The Library Concert Series Presents: The Colorado Chamber Player Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 02:00 PM
The Colorado Chamber Players present:
Johannes Brahms:
G major String sextet, op. 36
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky:
Souvenir de Florence, op. 70

Jeff Watson-cello
Margaret Soper Gutierrez-violin
Barbara Hamilton-viola
Paul Primus-violin

Free -- Thanks to the Boulder Library Foundation 
Littleton
Fear the Deer Trail 1/2 Marathon Deer Creek Canyon Park
at 07:00 AM
This will be an extreme half marathon. You can gain over 2800 vertical feet in this rough and rocky trail race. The trail winds through scenic pine forests, fields of wildflowers and when you get to the top you are awarded with an amazing view of Denver. Be prepared for all elements: mud, snow fields, creek crossings, and lots of rocky terrain!
Finish to live music, lunch provided by Garbanzo, a beer from Pikes Peak Brewing 
Tuesday, May 12
Louisville
Night with a Futurist - Future of Artificial Intelligence DaVinci Institute
at 06:30 PM
Is Artificial Intelligence Destined to Destroy the World?

What is the real story behind AI, and where do the real dangers lie?
To answer these questions, we have asked two of the areas leading thinkers on this topic to join us for an in-depth look at the both the benefits and dangers of AI, and how to put a positive spin on this whole debate.

You can join us for this inspiring look into the future of artificial intelligence. 
Wednesday, May 13
Boulder
The Boulder Public Library Concert Series Presents: Midday Music Boulder Library: Main Branch
at noon
Join Jesse Manno (oud), Michael Stanwood (didgeridoo), James Hoskins (cello), Brett Bowen (percussion), Dexter Payne (woodwinds) and Jenna Woods (zils), for an hour of beautifully improvised music.

Free -- Thanks to the Boulder Library Foundation 
Thursday, May 14
Boulder
Rising From Ashes Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
Two worlds collide when cycling legend Jock Boyer moves to Rwanda to help the first Rwandan National Cycling Team in their six year journey to compete in the Olympic Games in London. Executive produced and narrated by Forest Whitaker. Director T.C. Johnstone will lead a post screening discussion. 
Saturday, May 16
Boulder
Attention Homes 8th Annual Kaleidoscope Gala CU - Glenn Miller Ballroom
at 05:30 PM
You can join us in attending "Le Cirque Magnifique", Attention Homes 8th Annual Kaleidoscope Gala. This is a benefit for Attention Homes, a non-profit organization in Boulder that strives to provide youth in crisis with critical, life-changing services. In CU's newly renovated Glenn Miller Ballroom we will be holding a live and silent auction along with dining, drinks, a special program and exciting entertainment. Seating is limited to 350 guests. 
Firestone
Out Boulder Canoe Trip 11169 E. I25 Frontage Rd
at 09:00 AM
Prepare yourself for a relaxed wilderness canoeing experience amidst the farms and ranches of Boulder & Weld counties. Come meet the family of bald eagles that lives close by, the two families of great horned owls, or the monstrous snapping turtle that has shown up on many of our journeys. For more info or TO REGISTER contact: Lauren at lauren@theriverspath.org
Youth are welcome to participate with a parent or guardian. 
Tuesday, May 19
Boulder
The Third Tuesday Lunchtime Concert Series Presents:The 101st Ar Boulder Library: Main Branch
at noon
Join us for this lunchtime concert featuring The 101st Army Winds. Bring your lunch & a friend!

Free -- Thanks to the Boulder Library Foundation 
Thursday, May 21
Brighton
Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory's 12th annual BBQ for the Bi Rocky Mountain Observatory Headquarters
at 04:00 PM
You can join us for Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory's annual picnic! Enjoy birding at Barr Lake, one of the top birding locations in Colorado, plus live music, a silent auction, a delicious BBQ dinner with New Belgium beer, and a celebration of RMBO's future.

More information at http://www.rmbo.org 
Friday, May 29
Denver
Art for Life Abend Gallery FIne Art
at 06:30 PM
You can join Project Angel Heart for an evening of food, cocktails, and fine art. You'll be able to view and bid on works of art from locally and nationally recognized artists. You'll also get a sneak peek into their creative process as some will draw live models and create paintings and sketches throughout the night for guests to purchase. As you take in the sights, you'll also be able to enjoy delectable appetizers. All proceeds will benefit Project Angel Heart's home-delivered meals progra 
Saturday, June 06
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Sunday, June 07
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Monday, June 08
Denver
Bluff Lake Nature Center Summer Camps Bluff Lake Nature Center
at 09:00 AM
You can explore science and nature outside at Bluff Lake. Ages 6-12. Weekly camps 6/8-7/30, flexible drop-off time, off-site Excursions for some weeks. Early registration (Feb. 1-28), multiple children/weeks. More information online. 
Wednesday, June 10
Boulder
The Boulder Public Library Concert Series Presents: Midday Music Boulder Library: Main Branch
at noon
Join Jesse Manno (oud), Michael Stanwood (didgeridoo), James Hoskins (cello), Brett Bowen (percussion), Dexter Payne (woodwinds) and Jenna Woods (zils), for an hour of beautifully improvised music.

Free -- Thanks to the Boulder Library Foundation 
Saturday, June 13
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Sunday, June 14
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Saturday, June 20
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Golden
VegFest Colorado Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 10:00 AM
VegFest Colorado is a 2 day health and environmental fair. This event features renowned speakers on health, diet, compassion, and environmental issues. VegFest Colorado also features expert chefs demonstrating how to prepare delicious healthful plant-based and vegan dishes. Additional activities include food sampling, restaurants, commercial & non-profit vendors, fun for the kids and more.
VegFest Colorado has been selected as One Green Planets top ten must attend VegFests in the United States 
Sunday, June 21
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Friday, June 26
Boulder
Margaret Cho Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Comedian Margaret Cho has always been the Agent Provocateur of stand up. Never one to shy away from a difficult, or even taboo topic, there is no subject off limits. Her socially aware brand of comedy has made her both a thought leader and teacher to those with open minds and open hearts.

An accomplished performer in all formats, Cho could be called the Queen of all Media, having conquered the worlds of film, television, books and theatre. 
Saturday, June 27
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 02:00 PM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Sunday, June 28
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 02:00 PM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Saturday, July 11
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Sunday, July 12
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Saturday, July 18
Boulder
Bill Maher CU - Macky Auditorium
at 04:00 AM
8pm / 18+ 
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Sunday, July 19
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Saturday, July 25
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Sunday, July 26
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Saturday, September 12
Greeley
Superhero Run St. Michael's Town Square
at 08:30 AM
Come dressed as your favorite Superhero or just as yourself! This beautiful course begins and ends at St. Michaels Town Square and runs through surrounding neighborhoods. The 5K race is certified and will be Chip Timed by 5 Star Timing. Prizes for top 3 male and female overall finishers, Best Costume prizes, Age Group awards, and team prizes. 5K and 1K distances for walkers and runners. Fantastic Kids' Fun Run is for children 6 and under. Enjoy a family carnival after 
Thursday, February 25
Denver
Intro to Studio Production 700 Kalamath St.
at 06:00 PM
Make your own TV show! The Intro to Studio Production Workshop will use two evenings (February 25th and 26th) to 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. 
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