Concerts, Arts, and other events in the public interest around the Front Range Community.

Event Series Picturing the West Exhibit

Picturing the West Exhibit

Longmont Museum 400 Quail Rd., Longmont, CO

Explore the richness and diversity of 19th-century American Western landscapes in our newest exhibition, “Picturing the West: Masterworks of American Landscape Photography.” This carefully-curated collection features exceptional mammoth-plate photographs by iconic figures like Carleton Watkins, William Henry Jackson and Eadweard Muybridge, alongside rarely seen works by female photographers and photographers […]

Next Steps Neurodiversity Resource Fair

Boulder County Fairgrounds 9595 Nelson Road, Longmont, CO

The Next Steps Neurodiversity Resource Fair is a FREE community event dedicated to celebrating neurodiversity and providing resources and support for individuals of all ages with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and more. Attendees can connect with over 85 providers, organizations, businesses, and schools passionate about neurodiversity and available in and around […]

I Hate Hamlet

Longmont Theatre Company 513 Main Street, Longmont

In this comedy, television star Andrew Rally is about to start rehearsals to play Hamlet - and he is terrified. Unsure of himself, worried about his career, Andrew doesn't know what to do. In the midst of his confusion, he is visited by the ghost of legendary actor John Barrymore. […]

Xochitl and The Flowers

Canyon Theatre at the Boulder Public Library 1001 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder

Boulder Opera presents the free public performance and workshop of the children's opera Xochitl and the Flowers. Xochitl and the Flowers (pronounced “soh-chee”) is a bilingual opera sung in both English and Spanish by Santa Cruz based composer Chris Pratorium Gómez. Based on real-life events in San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood, […]

Precursor – Roots Music Project

Roots Music Project Boulder

A precursor to Black History Month and a conversation to be had. The first in the continuation of conversations intended to build on a previous event hosted by the NoBo Arts District (in March of 2023) and community events in observation of MLK Jr, as well as a precursor to […]

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