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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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Wednesday, February 20
Boulder
The Crisis in Venezuela: Learn and Discuss Basement of Wulsin Hall, Naropa University, 2130 Arapahoe Ave.
at 07:00 PM
This event will include film clips, speakers, and discussion on the present situation in Venezuela and why the RMPJC opposes intervention in Venezuela's internal affairs. We will also discuss the real reasons behind U.S. intervention and why U.S. efforts to unseat President Maduro violate international law. A good website is https://venezuelanalysis.com/ 
Thursday, February 21
Boulder
H. W. Brands, The West & The Growing Pains of Democracy CU- Eaton Humanities 1B50
at 06:30 PM
CUs Center of the American West and National History Day in Colorado are proud to present noted historian and author, H. W. Brands for a thought-provoking discussion on The West & The Growing Pains of Democracy, February 21 at 6:30p.m. in Eaton Humanities 1B50 on the CU Boulder Campus.
 
Longmont
Contemplative Reading Group Firehouse Art Center
at 06:30 PM
Apply sacred reading practices to secular texts. Contemplative Reading helps you to get the most out of literature and life! This month, participants are invited to bring love poetry of their choosing. We suggest one contemporary and one classic poem, but choose whatever you love the most.

No experience necessary. Free but donations are very welcome. Part of the Philosophy in Public Spaces Initiative from Grey Havens Philosophy. 
Friday, February 22
Arvada
Beyond Giftedness Conference XXVI Arvada Center
at 08:00 AM
The 26th annual Beyond Giftedness Conference provides a forum for teachers, counselors, parents, administrators, policymakers, and other professionals to share and learn about a multitude of topics (academic, social/emotional, educational policy) relating to gifted children how to meet their unique needs, and unlock their unique potentialities. Noted local and national speakers will deliver keynotes, lead breakout sessions, and engage in networking. 
Denver
Wish Night: Share the Power of a Wish Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
at 06:00 PM
Join Make-A-Wish Colorado to experience the magic and power of sharing a wish with Colorado children battling critical illnesses. Wish Night is your opportunity to see wish magic in action. This incredible event will feature spectacular music and dance performances by Colorado wish kids, as well as a cocktail hour, silent and live auctions, dinner and plenty of surprises along the way! 
Mesa
1st Annual Winter Sports Festival Feb 22-24 Powderhorn bottom parking lot (Mesa, CO)
at 01:00 PM
Winter Sports Festival provides the opportunity to demo the latest winter endurance sport gear and push yourselves with the races throughout the weekend, including cross country ski races, MADhorn Fat Bike Race, snowshoe 5k run race, and a winter-athlon event!
Hosts: Powderhorn, Odin Sports Center, and MAD Racing Colorado
Online Registration: http://www.wintersportsfestival.co 
Saturday, February 23
Boulder
Growing Gardens Farm to Table Dinner 1630 Hawthorn Ave
at 05:00 PM
Join us for a rustic Italian menu showcasing traditional, fresh Italian food and handmade, heirloom pasta, prepared by Growing Gardens' Chef Michael Montgomery and Pastificio Boulder's Claudia Steen. Includes a 4-course meal and wine.
 
Longmont
Havana Nights Firehouse Art Center
at 06:00 PM
Journey Language Center and the Firehouse Art Center are excited to announce Havana Nights!

Enjoy a night in Havana! This evening will be a Cultural hub for adults 21+ and provide the chance to explore the buena vista social club myth! The night includes: Contemporary & retro flavored afro-cuban music, Music provided by Ole Caribbean DJ, Dance lessons such as baile suelto fun and easy to learn, with or without a partner and Spanish tapas and drinks!

Proceeds benefit the Firehouse Art Center a 
Wheat Ridge
A Night to Remember Gala 3920 Pierce St.., Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
at 05:30 PM
Annual Gala benefiting Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic STEM School. Celebrate with dinner, drinks, auctions and more! Celebrating this years theme Loaves and Fishes, which directly relates to the message of our STEM program of how there is acceptance of all, encouraging others to not hold back and give what you can so that it can be multiplied to help others. 
Sunday, February 24
Boulder
Roots of Injustice, Seeds of Change: Toward Right Relationships Unitarian Universalist Church
at 03:00 PM
Jerilyn DeCoteau (Turtle Mountain Chippewa) and Paula Palmer co-facilitate this experiential workshop, which is appropriate for high school students and adults. Location: Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder, 5001 Pennsylvania Ave, Boulder. Suggested donation. Please RSVP to paulaRpalmer@gmail.com 
Denver
FILM: 'Pray The Devil Back to Hell' Mercury Cafe
at 02:00 PM
"Pray the Devil Back to Hell" chronicles the actions of the courageous women of Liberia (West Africa) who played a pivotal role in ending the 20-year civil war. The founder of the women's movement shared the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize with the President of Liberia, who is Africa's first woman elected to the presidency. 72 minutes 
Wednesday, February 27
Lafayette
Littlest Learners Class WOW Children's Museum
at 04:00 PM
Littlest Learners is a series of hands-on classes for infants and toddlers (ages 0-3 years) and their caregivers to explore fine motor, gross motor, and cognitive experiences. In this class, we'll have fun with tummy time! Tummy time is crucial for muscle building and attention building for young learners. Well provide an array of ideas and activities, easily done at home for your child to enjoy on their tummies and sitting up. Littlest Learners class is included with Museum admission. 
Thursday, February 28
Boulder
ADIO's Annual Wine, Women & Wellness ADIO Health Chiropractic 2714 28th Street Boulder, CO
at 06:00 PM
Wine? Check! Delicious treats? Check! Amazing and inspiring women? Check check check! Come join ADIO Health Chiropractic for our annual Wine, Women & Wellness event Thursday, February 28th from 6-9pm. Each year, we bring together women with health and wellness practitioners and local vendors for a fun evening and to share best practices and new products. 
Lafayette
Books and Big Ideas with Grey Havens Philosophy WOW Children's Museum
at 03:00 PM
Philosophy for kids? Yes really! Come join us for story time and activities with our friends from Grey Havens Philosophy. All ages are welcome to participate. Program is included with Museum admission. 
Longmont
Black History Live-Maya Angelou@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Storyteller Becky Stone will bring author and poet Maya Angelou to life in this special performance to honor Black History Month. This program is for ages 18+ only and is offered in partnership with Colorado Humanities. Registration is required. Please visit the library web site www.longmontcolorado.gov/library for more information.
 
Friday, March 01
Boulder
The Alchemical Yellow in Dreams and Image, Lecture & Discussion Community United Church of Christ
at 04:00 AM
An early 16th century alchemist said, The yellow dawn is the end of night, and beginning of day, and a mother of the sun. To these medieval alchemists, color represented the phases of the long process of making gold - a metaphor for the individuation process and the changing nature of consciousness. The yellow, or citrinitas, is a transition or bridge, coming after the blackness of depression and chaos give way to the white of reflective consciousness and calmness. 
Saturday, March 02
Boulder
Growing Gardens Fruit Tree Classes 1630 Hawthorn Ave
at 09:00 AM
In these classes, Colorado gardeners can learn the basics of choosing the best fruit trees for our location as well as how to care for them in the Winter. Visit https://gg.memberclicks.net/gardening-and-cooking-classes#springgardening to see class details, discounts, and a registration link. 
Denver
TARRA 2019 Summit: How to Get an Idea Lifescape Colorado: 455 South Platte River Drive,
at 09:00 AM
One day. Three events. Join us this March for part one of our three-part workshop series + one of our most innovative and playful Anti-Networking events to date and an after party for the books.

THINK: 9am-5pm
IMAGINE: 6pm-8:30pm
PLAY: 9pm-Close



 
Monday, March 04
Boulder
Growing Gardens Advanced Beekeeping Class 1630 Hawthorn Ave
at 05:30 PM
This class is for beekeepers who have overwintered their hives and are wondering what to do next. You will learn how to help prevent crowding and swarming in a Top Bar or Langstroth, and how to make a split to expand your apiary or just to help propagate a good colony. We will also go over spring management practices, how to monitor for potential problems, and how to catch swarms. Be prepared for a slide show and discussion, bring all your questions. 
Longmont
Sutherland Seminar Series - Treatment: Medications Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
Treatment: Medications
A review of general principles to help you: (1) better understand medications and how to take them, (2) shop for a psychiatrist, and (3) make the most of often brief appointments. The Sutherland Seminar Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, mental health professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free, drop-in, and stand alone (weekly attendance and pre-registration not required). Mondays 6:30 - 8pm, 1/28 
Wednesday, March 06
Denver
Women Powering Change EXDO Events Center, 1399 35th St., Denver CO 80205
at 04:00 AM
Women Powering Change highlights the critical and necessary roles of women in creating a more sustainable, secure, and just world while connecting individuals with social change organizations. Join us where more than 1,000 community members, leaders, activists and philanthropists will come together with social change organizations that support women or are run by women for Women Powering Change, an evening of networking, inspiration and action. 
Thursday, March 07
Denver
Women of Denver Spring Summit Western Union
at 09:00 AM
Success is earned through active goal-setting, intentional progress, and building a community that feeds your motivation. Join Women of Denver for a summit event that will provide you with inspiration, mentorship, and tactical tools to drive you towards bigger achievements in 2019 and beyond.

 
Friday, March 08
Longmont
Art Jamz CoSolve
at 06:00 PM
All ages are welcome to join Mister Mario for a night of vibing with beat making and live mural painting!

Painters N Creators Synced Up With The Beat with Von Disco, local beat-makers and more! Any and all artists, emcee's, poets or beat makers are welcome.

Learn more about Mister Mario's work at www.mistermario.myportfolio
 
Monday, March 11
Boulder
Growing Gardens Beekeeping Series 1630 Hawthorn Ave
at 05:30 PM
Have you ever wanted to care for your own beehive or have backyard honey?

In this hands-on series, Tracy Bellehumeur, experienced beekeeper and instructor, will walk you through raising bees during your first year. The full series runs 8 weeks, from March - October. Beekeepers with some experience are welcome to attend on a drop-in basis.

Visit https://www.growinggardens.org/beekeeping-classes for a full list of class dates and descriptions. This is an 8-class series but drop-ins are welcome 
Longmont
Sutherland Seminar Series - Bipolar Disorder and Relationships Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
Join us to discuss what you can do to help a family member with bipolar disorder, and what you can do to nurture relationships impacted by bipolar disorder. The Sutherland Seminar Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, mental health professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free, drop-in, and stand alone (weekly attendance and pre-registration not required). Mondays 6:30 - 8pm 1/28 - 3/18 2019. 
Tuesday, March 12
Boulder
Right Relationship Boulder monthly meeting Tebo Family Medical Building, Boulder Community Health Foothills
at 06:00 PM
Right Relationship Boulder monthly meeting. Location: Tebo Family Medical Building on the Foothills campus of Boulder Community Health, Arapaho and 48th St. We meet in the basement conference room. Park and enter on the WEST side of the building. All are welcome. 
Thursday, March 14
Longmont
Great Plains Trail@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Longmont resident Steve Myers started the Great Plains Trail Alliance in 2012 with the dream of building a public long distance trail from Texas to Canada. Join us as Steve talks about the trail and how he's making it a reality. Registrations is required. Please check www.longmontcolorado.gov/library for more information. 
Friday, March 15
Boulder
Wounds Into Wisdom: Healing Intergenerational Trauma 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. 
Golden
Beautiful Junk Sale - Friday Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 08:30 AM
Colorado's Largest Rummage Sale for a Cause returns to the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Friday, March 15th from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday, March 16th from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Buy One, One Get General Admission:
Children 16 and Under are .
 
Saturday, March 16
Boulder
Tantra Speed Date - Boulder - Where Playful Meets Mindful! Alchemy of Movement, 2436 30th Street, Boulder, CO 80301, United
at 05:30 PM
Tired of swiping? 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.
End Time: 8:30pm
 
Denver
Waffles for Wishes, benefiting Make-A-Wish Colorado Denver Athletic Club Sundeck
at 11:00 AM
Brunch for a cause at the 2019 Waffles for Wishes on Saturday, March 16th. Hosted by the Young Professionals Group (YPG) of Make-A-Wish Colorado, this fun-filled event raises funds to grant the wishes of Colorado children with critical illnesses. Enjoy a delicious brunch buffet with a waffle bar and mimosas, bloody marys and beer plus live music and lawn games. 
Golden
Beautiful Junk Sale - Saturday Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 08:30 AM
Colorado's Largest Rummage Sale for a Cause returns to the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Friday, March 15th from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday, March 16th from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Buy One, One Get General Admission:
Children 16 and Under are .
 
Longmont
Volunteer Appreciation Night! Firehouse Art Center
at 06:00 PM
You are invited for a night of celebration for volunteers of the Firehouse and ArtWalk! There will be food, drinks and music and some surprises. 
Monday, March 18
Longmont
Sutherland Seminar Series - Wellness/Relapse Prevention Plans Longmont Church of Christ
at 06:30 PM
Powerful tools for detecting early warning signs of an impending mood episode short-circuiting the episode, and/or limiting the amount of damage caused by the episode. Strategies and resources for acute crisis management. The Sutherland Seminar Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, mental health professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free, drop-in, and stand alone (weekly attendance and pre-registration not required). Monda 
Wednesday, March 20
Lakewood
Tantra Speed Date - Denver - Where Playful Meets Mindful Full Moon Books, 9106 W 6th Ave, 80215, United States
at noon
Tired of swiping? Now in 20 cities, this Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating.
 
Thursday, March 21
Denver
2019 Denver Mayoral Candidate Forum The Alliance Center
at 06:30 PM
Join us on Thursday, March 21, at The Alliance Center for a forum featuring the candidates for Denver's next mayor. This forum will be sustainability-focused, covering the environmental, economic and social aspects of sustainability. Confirmed participants are Michael Hancock, Lisa Caldern, Marcus Giavanni, Jamie Giellis and Penfield Tate.

Ticket must be purchased in advance. Limited scholarship tickets available.

See event registration page for more information. 
Saturday, March 23
Denver
-An Evening of Spirit Messages with Deb Sheppard Unity Spiritual Center Denver Near DU, 3021 South University Bou
at 04:00 PM
Discovering the Afterlife-At her live group reading events, Deb connects those who have crossed over with the loved ones still here. Each event is 2 hours long and is a personal and profound event full of spiritual healing. 
Friday, April 05
Boulder
Its Not Trump, Its the Titans- Lecture & Discussion Community United Church of Christ
at 07:00 PM
The election of Trump directs the collective's attention to the person, and the negatively polarizing figure he presents. By focusing that attention on the individual we forgo the archetypal backdrop--the myth of the Titans---that has provided the fertile ground for his ascendancy and the waters we unconsciously bathe in daily. A greater understanding of the Titans' presence and their affects clues us into today's current social climate of heightened uncertainty, trepidations, and 'normalization 
Saturday, April 13
Denver
MSterious Miracles is hosting its 4 th annual MS Adult Prom! Staenberg - Loup Jewish Community Center 350 South Dahlia Street
at 07:00 PM
Experience an Alice in Wonderland theme a chance to redo, relieve, or reimagine your prom and if you didnt go to a prom thats ok. Please join us on Saturday April 13, 2019 from 7pm-12am for ages 21 and older. There will be Dancing, DJ, Adult Beverages, Casino Games, Food, Raffles, and more With 1 out of 550 Coloradans suffering from this debilitating disease Msterious Miracles MS Adult Prom proceeds will benefit and empower those Coloradans with Multiple Sclerosis 
Friday, April 19
Boulder
Manifesta of Active 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. 
Monday, April 29
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. 
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. 
Friday, May 10
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. 
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. 
Saturday, May 25
Denver
2019 Rocky Mtn Pinball Showdown and Gameroom Expo May 25-27 Denver Marriott Tech Center, 4900 S Syracuse Street
at 11:00 AM
Play hundreds of pinball, retro and classic arcade video games including hundreds of pinball, retro console and classic arcade video games to play for free with admission. Play a huge game listand variety of themes in pinball machines and classic arcade video games.
Opens Saturday May 25 at 11:00 am and ends Monday May 27 at 5:00 pm 
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:

 
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. 
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 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. 
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