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This is a calendar of events other than concerts and arts events. It does include art sales.
Events listed on this calendar are often used for the Community Calendar’s on air announcements every weekday at about 8 am between Democracy Now and The Morning Magazine. Please listen to see if your event is announced.
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Monday, April 22
Boulder
Biodiversity in Your Own Backyard and Beyond Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 06:00 PM
Join us for a thought provoking panel discussion about the web of life, from the tiny creatures that share your own backyard to the larger mammals that share our planet. Panelists include Carol Kearns and Diana Oliveras (CU Boulder), Amy Lewis (WILD Foundation) and Christain Nunes (Wildlife Resources Coordinator and Colorado Field Ornithologists). 
Denver
Fair Housing Conversations Telethon w/DMFHC 720.279.4291
at 09:00 AM
April is National Fair Housing Month!

Please join DMFHC as we honor National Fair Housing Month with our 1st annual telethon: Fair Housing Conversations w/DMFHC.
Were excited to have an event to support everyone with questions and concerns about fair housing in the active and often blight housing situation in Colorado. Call 720.279.4291 anytime between 8a-6p on April 22, 2019 and have your voice heard!
 
Earth Day Denver: Green Teams in Action Webb Building
at 11:00 AM
Join Denver Public Health & Environment for Earth Day Denver: Green Teams in Action on April 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wellington Webb Building Atrium (201 W. Colfax Ave).

Learn from community green teams, local organizations, and City agencies about the unique ways Denverites can make our city a greener place to live, work, and play.

This free event features interactive and educational displays that demonstrate ways to live more sustainability in your home, community, and work. 
Colorado Earth Day: Salsa for your planet The Alliance Center
at 05:00 PM
Join us on Monday, April 22 at The Alliance Center to celebrate Earth Day with salsa dancing, food trucks, a beer garden, a kid zone and a visit from Governor Polis at 5pm! The event will be held in the parking lot of The Alliance Center and many of Colorados leading environmental organizations will be in attendance with tables and booths please stop by and say hello.
Presented to you by The Alliance Center and the Colorado Sierra Club
 
Longmont
Front Range Spring Hikes@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Join veteran Longmont hiker and author Pete KJ as he presents some of his favorite hiking choices for spring, and delves into the stories that go along with them. Registration is required. Please check the library web site www.longmontcolorado.gov/library for more information.
 
Tuesday, April 23
Boulder
Forum: Media and Democracy: The Media Landscape CU Boulder, Duane Physics, G1B30 Auditorium
at 07:00 PM
Panel discussion on today's evolving media landscape, with corporate consolidation, the emergence of online news sites, alternatives to the mainstream media, and questions of censorship of the internet. Panelists:
Peggy Leech, League of Women Voters of Boulder County (LWVBC); Maeve Conran, KGNU Community Radio; Matt Cortina, Boulder Weekly; Quentin Young, Boulder Daily Camera; Dana Coffield,The Colorado Sun; Nathan Schneider, Department of Media Studies, CU Boulder; Carolyn Bninski, RMPJC 
Denver
Diversify Your Funding: The People and The Approaches Cleo Parker Robinson Dance
at 10:30 AM
We all want a sustainable, adaptable organization, yet are often stuck making the same asks to the same people. Join us for a panel discussion about how to diversify your revenue strategies and partners.

Panelists include,

Chrissy Deal, Western States Arts Federation (WSAF)

Hassan Najjar, Foothills Arts Center

Michael Sattler, Rocky Mountain Arts Association (RMAA)

Malik Robinson, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance 
Wednesday, April 24
Boulder
Climate Justice and Breakthrough Communities Naropa University Main Campus, Performing Arts Complex 2130 Ara
at noon
Architect and social justice activist Carl Anthony speaks with Dr. Paloma Pavel, founder and President of Earth House Center, for the keynote address at Earth Justice Day, highlighting Climate Justice and Breakthrough Communities. Earth Justice Day is an action-based social event where Naropa University and the wider Boulder community come together to root into the inextricable connections between critical environmental justice and social justice objectives. 
Thursday, April 25
Boulder
Business and Professional Women Annual Celebration of Women Element Bistro
at 05:30 PM
Each year Business & Professional Women of Boulder acknowledge women, men, and organizations that serve our community at our Celebration of Women event. This years theme of Women Warriors Taking Action for Change is very exciting with our wonderful award winners: Shannon Watts (Moms Demand Action), Jean Hodges (PFLAG), Rosie Briggs (Eco-Cycle), Linda Shoemaker (CU Regent) Please join us for an evening of networking, fabulous dinner buffet and award ceremony! 
Lafayette
Books and Big Ideas with Grey Havens Philosophy WOW Children's Museum
at 03:00 PM
Join us for stories, activities, and fun designed to teach children to be curious about the world and practice critical and creative thinking! Kelly Cowling of Grey Havens Philosophy uses the time-tested Philosophy for Children method that has been shown for more than five decades to promote positive social, emotional, and cognitive growth! Program is geared for children ages 3-6 years old and their caregivers and is included with Museum admission. 
Friday, April 26
Boulder
Earth Songs II: The Healing Power of Nature Caritas Center 5723 Arapahoe Ave #1a,
at 07:00 AM
Come celebrate Earth Day and experience the magic of planet Earth in all her glory with the World Premier of Earth Songs II: The Healing Power of Nature. Then stay for a discussion with the films producer/director, Brian Luke Seaward. Please note that seating is limited to 50 people so we suggest you make a reservation. more info (303) 449-3066. 
Longmont
Hunger Hurts the Whole Community Fund & Food Drive King Soopers 995 S. Hover Street, Longmont, CO
at 09:00 AM
Join us for the 31st Annual Hunger Hurts the Whole Community Fund & Food Drive to benefit Community Food Share, April 26-28. This event stocks the shelves of more than 40 non-profits in Boulder and Broomfield Counties help us raise 25,000 meals as we gear up to fight summer hunger!

The participating King Soopers are located at 995 S. Hover Street, Longmont, CO; 1375 S. Boulder Road, Louisville, CO; and 480 N. Highway 287, Lafayette, CO. 
Saturday, April 27
Denver
Half Marathon & Marathon Training with Denver Fit St. Johns Lutheran Church
at 08:00 AM
Runners and walkers of all abilities are invited to join USA FIT Denver for the 2019 training season. This 24-week program offers support and camaraderie while training for a half or full marathon. Orientation is Sat., April 27 and includes a coach meet and greet and loop around Wash Park. Online registration is open. Use code Denver19 for registration discount. 
Longmont
2019 THRIVE Conference:Making Connections for a Brighter Future Front Range Community College Boulder County Campus
at 09:00 AM
The 4th Annual THRIVE bilingual conference is aimed at helping Boulder County residents that need to build assets such as homes, businesses, post-secondary education, health insurance, and social justice. Participants will learn about resources that are available to them and will leave the conference with clear next steps. The one-day conference main topics are Business, Education, Money Skills, Health, Taxes for Business Property and more. 
Sunday, April 28
Boulder
Tantra Speed Date - Boulder - Meet Mindful Singles! Alchemy of Movement, 2436 30th Street
at 04:00 PM
Now in 20+ cities, this Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating, it's "Yoga for your Love Life!" Combination relationship skills class + speed date, you'll share a moment of guided connection with up to 24 dates in a traditional Puja circle. Exercises are fun, PG-rated (think light partner yoga, actor's improv, eye-gazing, dance), and are infused with positive relating skills. You'll walk away not only with matches, but with a refreshing perspective on what relationships can be!
 
Celebrate SIPP 2019! Supporting the Environment &Civil Society West Boulder Senior Center
at 04:00 PM
Learn what Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects (SIPP) is doing and planning while enjoying delicious hors doeuvres & desserts.Featuring brief presentations by Green Land Society for Health & Development founder Dr. Akram Amro and former 2ndCongressional District Representative David Skaggs.Suggested $50 donation, but donation not required.For more information and to RSVP, go to www.sipprojects.org.
 
Denver
film: Sugar Cane Alley Mercury Cafe
at 02:00 PM
From the Caribbean island of Martinique, a poignant story about a grandmother who is determined that her grandson will have a future away from the sugar cane plantation. The film portrays class and race relations as well as community life of children and their elders.
Directed by Euzhan Palcy (Ooo-zan Pal-see), Martinique's first woman filmmaker.
106 minutes. In French with English subtitles.
 
Erie
Sanctuary Springfest: Earth Day Celebration with Rescued Animals Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary, 3470 County Road 7, Erie, CO 80516
at 11:00 AM
Join Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary for Sanctuary Springfest! All are welcome to this earth-friendly and family-friendly event. Try out plant-based food from food trucks, shop cruelty-free merchandise, get your face painted in the kids area, learn about how to help the environment from Factory Farming Awareness Coalition (FFAC), and dance to live music by The Cody Sisters, while being kind to animals and saying hello to our sanctuary residents.

Tickets are free! Donations are appreciated 
Lafayette
Dia del Nio Celebration WOW Children's Museum
at 09:00 AM
Celebrate Da del Nio at WOW! Childrens Museum! Our community celebration is filled with activities for the whole family honoring the Mexican traditions of The Day of the Child. Activities will include a dance performance by El Latir de Mexico, crafts, games, story times in Spanish and English, and more! Admission is free to this community event!
 
Monday, April 29
Boulder
There is no Incurable, a new path for body & soul Naropa University, Nalanda Campu
at 07:00 PM
Healed people report how they became healthy, again. Medical Doctors present medically documented healings. Speakers convey Bruno Groening's knowledge, in such a way that everyone can experience, his statement, "There is NO Incurable" Admission is free, however all donations are appreciated. RSVP with elizhoward90@gmail.com 
Lakewood
Advancing Construction Analytics 2019 Sheraton Denver West Hotel
at 08:30 AM
Advancing Construction Analytics is the only event focused on promoting data-driven decision making, specifically in construction. CIOs, IT and technology professionals attend to improve their collection, integration and application of data. Our shared objective is to enable all project teams to leverage data to improve productivity, profitability, quality and safety. 
Friday, May 03
Denver
Denver Public Forum for a Green New Deal Mercury Cafe
at 07:30 PM
While the idea of a Green New Deal (GND) is increasingly popular (including among Republican voters), and several democratic candidates for the 2020 presidential election are supporting it, the GOP-controled senate quickly adopted a resolution against it. This doesnt mean the end of it, to the contrary, it is only the beginning of a fight, at a federal level, for a sustainable economy. 
Saturday, May 04
Boulder
Growing Gardens 19th Annual Community Plant 1630 Hawthorn Ave
at 08:00 AM
Sale Dates:
May 4th and 5th, Saturday and Sunday (8am- 4pm)
May 11th and 12th, Saturday and Sunday (8am- 4pm)
May 18th and 19th, Saturday and Sunday (8am- 4pm)
Our annual Plant Sale will take place during the first three weekends in May each Saturday and Sunday. All proceeds and donations benefit our sustainable urban agriculture programs. Visit https://www.growinggardens.org/plant-sale to see a list of plant varieties being offered. 
Colorado Springs
Southern Colorado Walk to Defeat ALS America the Beautiful Park, 126 Cimino Dr., Colorado Springs, 80
at 10:00 AM
Join the movement! The Southern Colorado Walk to Defeat ALS is taking place on May 4th, 2019 at America the Beautiful Park in Colorado Springs, CO.

More than 10 years have passed since a Walk to Defeat ALS event in Colorado Springs, and we cant wait for you to join us in bringing the Walk back to your community.

In 2018, we said goodbye to celebrities diagnosed with ALS, including physicist Stephen Hawking and Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of SpongeBob Squarepants.

 
Denver
LivLyme Gala Seawell Ballroom, DCPA
at 06:00 PM
The annual LivLyme Gala is our biggest fundraiser of the year. It is a fun night with great food, cocktails, and music. We award our LivLyme Hero award to a recipient in the Lyme and Tick-borne disease space that is making a huge impact in the Lyme community. At the gala you get to hear about LivLyme and what we are doing to combat Lyme and Tick-borne diseases.The gala is a sit down dinner and concert with silent and live auction items, an open bar and signature drinks. 
Longmont
Glitz & Glam Gala The Oak Room at Oskar Blues Brewery
at 06:00 PM
Announcing the third annual Glitz & Glam Gala on May 04, 2019!

You can help provide access to contemporary arts & culture for all. Join us for a fun night of live entertainment, Casino Tables, a Silent and Live Auction all while supporting The Firehouse Art Center.

Tickets will be available on December 20, 2018! http://firehouseart.org/special-events/gala/ 
Sunday, May 05
Boulder
Museum Free Day Museum of Boulder
at 10:00 AM
Downtown Boulder Partnership and the Museum of Boulder are pleased to announce DAY at the museum on Sunday, May 5th from 10:00am-5:00pm. Come enjoy all the Museum has to offer for adults and children including include Living with Wolves (Main Gallery), Dinosaurs: Lane of Fire and Ice (Garden Level Gallery) and the Boulder Experience Gallery (2nd Floor Gallery) showcasing the history of Boulder. The Google Garage makerspace will have volunteers to help visitors tinker and create. 
Denver
4th Annual Cinco de Mayo Pub Crawl Denver LoDo - May 2019 Denver Various Venues
at 01:00 PM
Downtown Denver is brimming with fun bars throughout its numbered streets. The best way to enjoy each and every bar on our list and get the best drink specials in town, is by participating! 
Tuesday, May 07
Louisville
Enneagram 101 7667 Dyer Rd, Louisville, CO 80027
at 06:30 PM
Do you know your Enneagram type, or the type of those around you? If you do, it can CATAPULT your ability to connect with people, in business, home, and family. Knowing your type then opens you up to learning your GROWTH MAP. You will gain insight into how to get along with all the other types, and how to be a more effective human.



The Enneagram is a remarkable tool that goes back to multiple ancient sources from around 200 BCE. 
Thursday, May 09
Denver
Celebration of Achievement Denver Museum of Nature & Science
at 06:00 PM
Help celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of individuals and families who have created positive change in their lives with dinner, drinks, and silent and live auctions.

For over forty years, Family Tree has provided innovative, life-changing services designed to end child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness.

 
Friday, May 10
Denver
Rhythm Restoration Food Drive Caliber Collision
at 04:00 AM
Caliber Collision has partnered with local food banks to collect donations to help our kids in our communities eat consistent meals this summer. You can donate non-perishable food items to any local Caliber location or donate online until May 10. Help us reach our goal! 
Glendale
Spring Blossoms Gala - Celebrating 30 Years Infinity Park Event Center
at 05:30 PM
Maria Droste Counseling Center will hold its 5th Annual Spring Blossoms Gala on Friday, May 10, at Infinity Park Event Center, in Glendale, Colorado. The evening will include an exclusive silent and live auction, sumptuous dinner, and awards ceremony. For tickets, sponsorship for and more information, please visit http://www.mariadroste.org/events/spring-blossoms-gala-celebrating-30-years/ or contact our Gala Event Manager Erika Durbin at Erika_Durbin@mariadroste.org. 
Saturday, May 11
Denver
Oh, Fudge! 5K run/walk to benefit women's health in Nepal Great Lawn Park, Lowry
at 09:00 AM
The Oh, Fudge! 5 is a flat and fast 5K with a sweet ending featuring all things FUDGE! Join fellow runners and walkers to raise money for women's health in rural Nepal. Chip-timed USATF certified course. Produced by Colorado Nepal Alliance and Shoes for Sherpas to benefit their women's health camp in Nepal (October 2019). 
Littleton
22nd annual AirLife Memorial 5K/10K Run & 5K Walk Hudson Gardens
at 08:00 AM
This family-friendly day includes both a USATF certified qualifying 5K and 10K run/walk and a free kids fun run. After the run/walk, enjoy a one-of-a-kind display of emergency response vehicles, including an AirLife helicopter. Other activities include a volleyball tournament, expo and kids fun and games with a bouncy house, trampoline and giant slide. Proceeds benefit Friends of AirLife, which provides EMS education and charitable assistance for families of fallen heroes. 
Monday, May 13
Boulder
Boulder Start Up Week Various locations in Boulder
at 09:00 AM
Boulder Startup Week is taking place May 13th through May 17th. Boulder Startup Week is a free, independent, five-day event that celebrates the unique startup community in Boulder. With over 45 tracks and hundreds of events, the 10th Anniversary celebration of Boulder Startup Week will have something for everyone. More information on schedule at https://boulderstartupweek.com/. 
Thursday, May 16
Longmont
Veterinarian Mary Carlson@Longmont Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Join us as veterinarian Mary Carlson talks about how she became a writer after years as a vet and teacher, shares a story or two from her new book, and lets Ivy demonstrate her talents as a therapy dog. Registration is required. Please check the library web site: www.longmontcolorado.gov/library for more information.
 
Friday, May 17
Boulder
Joys and Sorrows Reconciled: Integrative Life Review Boulder Jewish Community Center
at 11:30 AM
Interface Luncheon Series Presents: Pre-register online at InterfaceBoulder.org. Sign up for monthly email program reminders. Interface features inspiring monthly presentations and dialogues exploring the interface of spirituality with the helping professions. 
Boulder Food Rescues Recipe Book Launch Museum of Boulder
at 06:00 PM
Join the Museum of Boulder to celebrate the launch of Boulder Food Rescues Participatory Recipe Book. This amazing resource was created by BFRs No Cost Grocery Program Participants (the people who organize food redistribution in their communities). All recipes use food that is often in Boulder Food Rescue deliveries and was created to help other participants in their programs have fun cooking BFR food.
 
Saturday, May 18
Boulder
Tantra Speed Date - Boulder - Where Playful Meets Mindful Alchemy of Movement
at 06:00 PM
Now in 20+ cities, this Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating, its Yoga for your Love Life! Combination relationship skills class + speed date, youll share a moment of guided connection with up to 24 dates in a traditional Puja circle. Exercises are fun, PG-rated (think light partner yoga, actors improv, eye-gazing, dance), and are infused with positive relating skills. 
Sunday, May 19
Longmont
Rock the Boat Benefit Union Reservoir, Weld County Rd 26, Longmont
at 03:00 PM
A family fun event to support Able to Sail's mission, to inspire and empower our youth to make healthy life choices. Bring the family for a fun filled Sunday afternoon and play giant versions of favorite games: Giant cornhole, Bear Pong,Blackjack and Jenga! Enjoy live Music and concessions Kids under 12 free! 3-7p.m.
For more info and tickets check out our website: https://www.abletosail.org/rock-the-boat 
Thursday, May 23
Lakewood
Tantra Speed Date - Denver - Meet Mindful Singles! Full Moon Books and Event Center, 9106 W 6th Ave, Lakewood, 8021
at 06:30 PM
Tired of swiping?
The only dating event with a 95% match rate! Meet mindful singles on up to 24 fun, facilitated dates. See why singles call Tantra Speed Date "Yoga for your Love Life!" 
Saturday, May 25
Denver
20th Annual Veterans Memorial Day 1340 Sherman St
at 10:00 AM
With Special Recognition of 9/11 First Responders. This year marks the 20th year where military groups, veterans, Gold Star families and community members from across Colorado will gather to honor the service and sacrifice of fallen military heroes from wars past and present over Memorial Day weekend. For the first time, the Tribute will also recognize the service and sacrifice of 9/11 first responders. All ages are welcome.

 
2019 Rocky Mtn Pinball Showdown and Gameroom Expo Denver Marriott Tech Center
at 11:00 AM
May 25-27, 2019, -- Saturday, Sunday, and Monday at a NEW LARGER LOCATION -- for three amazing days in Denver, Colorado, with hundreds of pinball and classic arcade video games to play for free with admission. At this event play a huge game list and variety of themes in pinball machines and classic arcade video games -- No Quarters Needed. Play, buy, sell, mod, repair, tournament, education, meetup, and have fun. Game on! 
Saturday, June 01
Denver
Psych Congress Regionals - Denver, CO Hyatt Regency Denver At Colorado Convention Center
at 07:00 AM
The 2019 Psych Congress Regionals program has been transformed with you in mind. With an innovative new format that encourages interaction, along with powerful new sessions, we're enhancing the quality psychopharmacology education that thousands of clinicians like you have come to expect from Psych Congress. Developed by our faculty of world-class clinicians, researchers, and educators, the new programming will strengthen your knowledge and your connections:

 
Fort Collins
Toast to Transitions - Own the Future Lory Student Center (CSU campus)
at 06:00 PM
Enjoy dinner, drinks, silent auction, live music, guest speakers, live auction (with a few surprises!) and more--all in support of our mission: to empower individuals and families who face homelessness to survive, move forward and thrive. Toast to Transitions is a fun and inspirational eveningan opportunity to celebrate our collective achievements and chart our future together. 
Thursday, June 06
Denver
Best for Colorado Award Celebration Mile High Station 2027 West Colfax Avenue
at 05:30 PM
Best for Colorado, a program of The Alliance Center, invites you to an evening of celebration and inspiration with the companies and leaders who have committed to using business as a force for good. Come join The Alliance Center, B Lab and our coalition of Best for Colorado partners for an evening with the companies and leaders who are distinguished to be the best FOR Colorado. We'll celebrate our 2018-19 Best for Colorado challenge honorees and participants. 
Friday, June 07
Lafayette
Bash on Bourbon Street Benefit Lionsgate Event Center 1055 S. 112th St
at 06:30 PM
Get ready for a "Fais Do-Do" Cajun dance party; join Community Food Share for our Bash on Bourbon Street benefit!

The benefit will unfold at the Lionsgate Event Center on Friday, June 7 at 6:30 PM. Tap your toes to NOLA jazz and brass band funk performed live by the Royal Street Ramblers. Then, watch as our clairvoyant tarot card reader predicts your live and silent auction winnings!

Formal attire is recommended (black tie optional) so laissez les bons temps rouler. Come to the Bash! 
Wednesday, June 12
Denver
Sampling for Hope The Westin Denver Downtown
at 06:00 PM
Foodies unite! Join SafeHouse Denver for this fun and casual evening benefitting survivors of domestic violence. Sampling for Hope will bring together some of the best chefs and caterers in Denver to create a casual evening featuring delicious bites and samples. There will also be a silent auction and a Cork Draw. All proceeds from this event will be directed towards our Extended Stay Program.For questions, contact Heather at 303-302-6126 or email hschreck@safehouse-denver.org. 
Friday, June 21
Boulder
Looking for Wisdom Boulder Jewish Community Center
at 11:30 AM
Interface Luncheon Series Presents: Pre-register online at InterfaceBoulder.org. Sign up for monthly email program reminders. Interface features inspiring monthly presentations and dialogues exploring the interface of spirituality with the helping professions. 
Saturday, June 22
Denver
TEDxMileHigh HUMANKIND Buell Theatre
at 11:00 AM
Join TEDxMileHigh as we unite leading thinkers and doers and explore what is next for humankind. Let's explore the human elements behind innovation. Whether its science, technology, the arts, or education, it is the collective efforts of groups, and the ingenuity of the individual that lead us forward. 
Sunday, June 23
Palmer Lake
Rose Wine Social Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts
at 02:00 PM
Sample over 50 kinds of Rose, browse art, listen to live music, and support the arts in our community. Open to the public. Tickets are limited. Tickets available at trilakesarts.org. 
Sunday, July 14
Boulder
Growing Gardens Native Bees Class 1630 Hawthorn Ave
at 09:00 AM
Come learn about the native bees responsible for our landscape and many of the fruits and vegetables that we eat. Learn about their life cycle and how they rely on the unique plants around them. Learn to tell the difference between bees, wasps, and flies and spend some time catching and identifying these pollinators right here in our community gardens. After the class, you will notice insects and blooms in a whole new way! 
Friday, July 19
Boulder
The Rise of the Feminine Consciousness Boulder Jewish Community Center
at 11:30 AM
Interface Luncheon Series Presents:Pre-register online at InterfaceBoulder.org. Sign up for monthly email program reminders. Interface features inspiring monthly presentations and dialogues exploring the interface of spirituality with the helping professions. 
Saturday, August 10
Boulder
B Strong Ride Celestial Seasonings
at 07:30 AM
B Strong Ride is a bicycle event that celebrates cancer survivorship and funds a complete year of cancer care at the Center for Integrative Care at
Boulder Community Hospital and also benefits the George Karl Foundation.

B STRONG RIDE DETAILS:
Outstanding Cycling. Three fully-supported route choices with lavishly-stocked aid stations:
Mountain Loop: 69 miles
Red Zinger: 38 miles
Countryside Loop: 24 miles
 
Denver
Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience Denver Mart, 451 E 58th Ave
at 10:00 AM
Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience at the Denver Mart on August 10-11, 2019.
Over A MILLION LEGO Bricks are On Display and Ready for Play
LEGO lovers rejoice! The Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience is filled with hands-on attractions and activities engineered to inspire, educate, and entertain. 
Saturday, August 24
Boulder
Growing Gardens Farm Gala 1630 Hawthorn Ave
at 05:00 PM
Feast under the stars at Growing Gardens 19th annual Farm Gala, a special fundraising event that brings together award-winning local chefs to collaborate on a bountiful five-course meal and features an auction, open bar, program, and live music. The cost is $155. 
Sunday, October 13
Broomfield
Broomfield Trails Marathon Broomfield Community Park
at 06:30 AM
The Broomfield Trails Marathon was established to bring together A Precious Child and The Broomfield Rotary Club while further engaging both the local and broader communities and bringing a signature race series to the Broomfield area. One hundred percent of proceeds from the Broomfield Trails Marathon will go to charitable endeavors: Benefits Precious Childs mission and Broomfield. 
Monday, October 28
Denver
World's Largest MBA Tour the Curtis Denver - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, 1405 Curtis St
at 05:00 PM
Register now to attend the largest MBA Tour in Denver. Meet with several top business schools, all under one roof! 
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