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Tuesday, August 23
Denver
How to Meditate KMC Colorado
at 07:00 PM
Anyone can learn to meditate and experience great peace of mind and relaxation. 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 the potential for deep happiness and bliss because its source is within our own minds. Sure to be a beautiful evening at the Wash Park Boathouse. This is a free event, everyone welcome! 7pm-8:30pm.
 
Wednesday, August 24
Boulder
Ocean Rangers: Volunteer Leadership Training Alfalfa's Community Room -1651 Broadway Boulder, CO 80302
at 05:00 PM
Our 4 hour volunteer training will have its second run. This is a 1/2 day volunteer leadership training that is a shorter version of the Ocean Ambassadors. This training was created to accommodate your busy schedule and give you a better understanding of the Colorado Ocean Coalitions mission. This is a great way to get started in volunteering with the organization. (August 24th 5-9PM Ages 15+ Donation requested, Sign up online) 
Join Boulder TimeBanking (aka SkillShare) Intro Meeting Panera Bread 29th St Mall
at 07:30 PM
Want to help others and get the help you need? Have a skill or skills youd love to share? Have some things you need help with or want to learn? Join Boulder TimeBanking (aka SkillShare). With TimeBanking you earn time dollars and then you spend the time dollars youve earned. Note, with TimeBanking NO money is exchanged what a concept! To learn more-- Introductory Information Meetings are held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 at Panera on the 29th Street Mall. 
Lafayette
Mini Pearl the Mini Horse & Book Reading WOW! Children's Museum
at 03:00 PM
Best-selling local childrens author, Elaine Pease, will read from and sign her newest title "Safe at Last: True Stories of Horse Rescues." Six happy-ending stories follow the incredible journeys of rescued horses at Colorado Horse Rescue. CHR Miniature horse, Mini Pearl, shares her pearls of horse wisdom throughout the book. Best of all, Mini Pearl will be at the Museum for a special Meet & Greet! Included with Museum admission. WOW! is located at 110 N. Harrison Ave, Lafayette. 
Thursday, August 25
Fort Collins
Inside Scoop: Collectors Stories Global Village Museum
at 06:00 PM
The best part of a souvenir is the story and memory behind how you acquired it. Maybe it reminded you of the local people or an adventure you went on while you were there or the bartering with a local to obtain the treasure. August 25 at 6 pm Global Village Museum is featuring collectors from our current exhibit Bring me back a souvenir! to bring the stories and memories to life. Collectors will share their trials, tribulations, and grand memories of their collections. Admission is $5 to pub 
Friday, August 26
Colorado Springs
Colorado State Fair in Pueblo Courtyard Marriott Pueblo, 110 W. City Center Dr
at 07:00 AM
Mon.-Thurs 12p.m. - 11p.m.
Fri.-Sun and Labor Day 10a.m. - 11p.m.
 
Denver
Rocky Mountain Meditation Retreat KMC Colorado
at 07:30 PM
Buddha's teachings reveal that the inflexible, limited mind we normally relate to doesn't really exist. By meditating on our mind's ultimate nature, its emptiness of existing in a fixed, inherent way, we can quickly break free from painful habits of thought, uncovering our boundless potential for joyful transformation. This weekend retreat in beautiful Pingree Park, CO will greatly improve the quality of your meditation. Newcomers to meditation are most welcome. From 8/26-8/29. 
Saturday, August 27
Boulder
Empower Nepal Fundraising Tour with Traditional Music of Nepal Unity Church
at 04:00 AM
This FUNDRAISER is funding Handicap Access in Nepal for tourists and VA's. The Soarway.org organization is working to rebuild Nepal from the devastating 2014 earthquakes. They are involved in empowering over 500,000 Nepalis with disabilities; fighting against human trafficking; supporting kids orphaned; and rebuilding homes and schools. Traditional Classical Music of Nepal from the renowned instrumental group Sur Sudha.(pron: Sir Sood-ha). 
Join Boulder TimeBanking (aka SkillShare) at Farmers Market 810 32nd St.
at 08:00 AM
Come visit Boulder TimeBankings booth at Boulders Farmers Market on 13th Street between Canyon and Arapahoe on Saturday Aug. 27 from 8am to 2:00pm. Just stop by our booth and say hello, meet members of SkillShare TimeBank Boulder, and chat with us to learn how our TimeBank works.Through the magic of paying it forward you get to help others and get the help you need by earning and spending Time Dollars. No money exchanged! What a concept! 
Join Boulder TimeBanking (aka SkillShare) Farmers Market Panera Bread 29th St Mall
at 08:00 AM
Come visit Boulder TimeBankings booth at Boulders Farmers Market on 13th Street between Canyon and Arapahoe on Saturday Aug. 27 from 8am to 2:00pm. Just stop by our booth and say hello, meet members of SkillShare TimeBank Boulder, and chat with us to learn how our TimeBank works.Through the magic of paying it forward you get to help others and get the help you need by earning and spending Time Dollars. No money exchanged! What a concept 
Sur Sudha Traditional Music of Nepal Fundraiser Unity Church
at 07:30 PM
This FUNDRAISER is funding Handicap Access in Nepal for tourists and VA's. The Soarway.org organization is working to rebuild Nepal from the devastating 2014 earthquakes. They are involved in empowering over 500,000 Nepalis with disabilities; fighting against human trafficking; supporting kids orphaned; and rebuilding homes and schools. Traditional Classical Music of Nepal from the renowned instrumental group Sur Sudha.(pron: Sir Sood-ha).Contact Paul 303 818 7670 
Highlands Ranch
Pi`ilani Hawaiian Civic Club Ho`olaule`a 2016 Highlands Ranch Civic Green Park, 9370 Ridgeline Blvd.
at 10:00 AM
Pi`ilani Hawaiian Civic Club of Colorado presents its summertime Ho`olaule`a, a festival celebrating Hawaiian, Polynesian and Pacific cultures in our Colorado community. The festival will feature Hawaiian and Polynesian dance and music; craft and food booths; cultural demonstrations; introductory `ukulele and children's hula lessons; and goes from 10am-4pm. Please join us,no pets, please. For more info call Lynette Asperin at 303-549-6172. 
Sunday, August 28
Broomfield
2016 F.E.T.C.H. Fair 8855 W. 116th Circle, Broomfield, CO 80021
at 11:00 AM
The 3rd Annual Summer F.E.T.C.H. Fair - A day of fun and games for dogs and their people. This event is a fundraiser benefiting local dog rescues. Adoptable Dogs, Dunk Tank, Dog Obstacle Course, Dog Games, Face Painting, Dog Paw Prints, Carrot and Hot Dog Bobbing, Food, Drink and Prizes. Join us for a FUN day to benefit local dog rescues. 
Denver
film: "BAMAKO" Mercury Cafe
at 02:00 PM
Set in Mali, West Africa, this political drama puts the World Bank and IMF (Intern. Monetary fund) on trial. An examination of the social and economic problems created by the lending policies of international financial institutions for contemporary Africa. Actor Danny Glover makes a cameo appearance. 117 minutes. In Bambara and French with English subtitles. 
Wednesday, August 31
Boulder
Join Boulder TimeBanking (aka SkillShare) Intro Meeting Panera Bread 29th St Mall
at 07:30 PM
Want to help others and get the help you need? Have a skill or skills youd love to share? Have some things you need help with or want to learn? Join Boulder TimeBanking (aka SkillShare). With TimeBanking you earn time dollars and then you spend the time dollars youve earned. Note, with TimeBanking NO money is exchanged what a concept! To learn more-- Introductory Information Meetings are held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 at Panera on the 29th Street Mall. 
Thursday, September 01
Boulder
Preparing For Divorce: What You Need To Know Iris Office Park
at 07:00 PM
Collaborative Divorce Professionals of Boulder County sponsors divorce seminars on the FIRST THURSDAY of every month. You will learn about legal, parental, financial, and emotional issues in divorce, and about collaborative divorce, an alternative that promotes mutual agreement. NO RSVP necessary 
Going Beyond Mindfulness: Author event with Orgyen Chowang Rinpo Boulder Book Store
at 07:30 PM
Join us for a special public talk/book signing with renowned meditation master Orgyen Chowang Rinpoche, who will introduce us to a unique approach to meditation based on his new book, Our Pristine Mind: A Practical Guide to Unconditional Happiness. This powerful form of meditation takes us beyond mindfulness to journey deep into our natural state of mind. 
Friday, September 02
Boulder
Baghdad Cafe lecture and Q & A Community United Church of Christ
at 07:00 PM
A witty, offbeat comedy with winning performances by German actress Marianne Sagebrecht, Jack Palance, and C. C. H. Pounderan oddball cast of characters. The setting is the Mojave Desert, the characters make up a most dysfunctional family/community, and there's a cafe that can't serve coffee. The soundtrack includes the haunting song Calling You. Watch the film beforehand, if possible. We'll show clips and discuss the opposites at play. 
Fort Collins
Folk Art and Quirky Souvenirs Global Village Museum
at 06:00 PM
The Museums diverse collections and artifacts are on display at half-price admission the first Friday every month in four galleries: Main Gallery displays quirky souvenir collections from over 30 global travelers, Mundoville Gallery features folk art in miniatures, Village Arts Gallery connects you to village cultures, and Hall Gallery enlightens you on the art of cartography. Exhibits are created to engage and inspire visitors to learn more about world cultures, people, art, and history. 
Saturday, September 03
Fort Collins
Story Time at the Museum Global Village Museum
at 11:00 AM
Spark the imagination, creativity of your child through Story Time at the Museum. It is a free program bringing our Main Gallery exhibit to life through books. A make-and-take art activity engages the creativity of your child and the interactive activities in exhibits make exploring the Museum fun for all. Two parents and/or guardians are also admitted without charge to tour the Museums four galleries and Museum Shop. 
Wednesday, September 07
Boulder
Author Signing with Shannon Baker & Kevin Wolf Boulder Book Store
at 07:30 PM
Shannon Baker and Kevin Wolf will speak about and sign their new books, Stripped Bare and The Homeplace. About the Books: Shannon Baker author of Stripped Bare Kate Fox is living the dream. She's married to Grand County Sheriff Ted Conner, and heir to her beloved Nebraska Sandhills cattle ranch, where they live with Kate's teenage niece, Carly. But one night Kate answers a shattering phone call. 
Englewood
Food Fight! BAC Appliance Center
at 06:00 PM
We are bringing in 9 of Denver's top chefs from Jax, Brazen, D Bar Denver, beast + bottle, Summit Steakhouse, and more, to win over your taste buds and raise funds for the Scleroderma Foundation- Rocky Mountain Chapter. Cleanse your palate in between delicious tastings with carefully crafted cocktails prepared by the the best mixologists in town! If you've always wanted to let your inner Tom Colicchio take center stage, here's your chance to be the judge at this fun foodie event! 
Thursday, September 08
Loveland
Manifest Your Hearts Desire with Emotional Intelligence Sunrise Ranch
at 09:00 AM
This program focuses on emotional intelligence (EQ) which allows us to have the range and flexibility to respond to challenges in ways that are often outside our comfort zone. 
Saturday, September 10
Boulder
La Fiesta 2016 Boulder County Fairgrounds
at 07:30 PM
The 15th annual La Fiesta: World Party, Boulder County's largest multicultural social event, is designed for people from around the world to come together. Join us for a night of live music from the hottest bands in Colorado, dancing, cash bar, food trucks, and silent auction. The silent auction features donations from local businesses and restaurants. With 1,300 people in attendance last year, this annual event showcases Boulder's talented and vibrantly diverse cultural atmosphere. 
Longmont
Farm-to-Table Dinner: Ghana Style! Fundraiser for BaoBao Foundat Ollin Farm
at 06:00 PM
Please join us for a night at Ollin Family Farm. Gather together under the trees near the creek for a farm-to-table dinner like no other! This interactive event includes dinner by Chef Connie Gordon, and West African dance and drumming lessons with Mokomba Ensemble. The menu will feature the luscious ingredients straight from the farm, plus Ghanaian specialties.
This is an adult-only event. Minimum age 21
Limited seating available. 
Sunday, September 11
Boulder
Find Your Family Carnegie Library, 1125 Pine St.
at 04:00 AM
Do you know the names of your great-grandparents and how they made a living? Most Americans do not. This is an opportunity to find out more about your ancestors. Volunteers will help you trace your family back from you and your parents to your grandparents and great-grandparents. Sign-up at Carnegie Library for a free, 15-minute individual consultation. Bring information about your parents (birth dates and birthplaces) so there is a place to start. Register at 303-441-3110 or Carnegie Library 
Big Gay 5k Central Park: 1739 Broadway, Boulder, Colorado 80302
at 10:30 AM
The Big Gay 5K in Boulder is going to be, well, BIG! The Big Gay 5K, in partnership with Out Boulder County's Boulder Pridefest supports Out Boulder County in our efforts to advocate for the LGBTQ communities of Boulder County. The Big Gay 5K will take place at 10:30am Sunday, September 11th. The race will start and end in Boulder Central Park. This race is for everyone; walkers, runners, kids, adults, gay and straight. Come to run. Come to have fun. Come to support. Come to PRIDE!

 
Boulder Pridefest 2016 Central Park: 1739 Broadway, Boulder, Colorado 80302
at 11:00 AM
Boulder Pridefest is Sunday, September 11 at Central Park with a full day of entertainment and activities.
Pridefest is Boulder's biggest LGBTQ event of the year, featuring vendor booths, musical guests, youth services, food trucks, and more. More information about Pride Week events will be coming soon!
Vendor sign-ups are now open for Boulder Pridefest 2016! 
Gold Hill
Gold Hill Gold Rush Day Rummage Sale & Arts and Crafts Sale Gold Hill Inn
at 09:00 AM
9am-3pm All proceeds will benefit the Gold Hill Town Meeting and will support the community at large. The Gold Rush features a Bake Sale with homemade pies, cookies & more. The Rummage sale offers antiques, clothing and Mountain Chic. Arts & Crafts featurea hand made items from Front Range Artists. There will be drinks, bratwursts and live music through out the afternoon. 
Loveland
Living Simple: A Tiny Home Expo The Farmstead
at 10:00 AM
Tiny home expo designed to educate about renewable energy practices, lowering your carbon footprint, and how to get your hands dirty with your own DIY projects whether you are interested in a simpler lifestyle or Tiny Home living! 
Tuesday, September 13
Boulder
Electric Vehicles The History of EVs University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy, and Environment C
at 06:45 PM
Please join us as J David McNeil and Jim Smith from the Denver Electric Vehicle Council (DEVC) share with us their observations on the past, present and future of EVs. 
Wednesday, September 14
Boulder
Abrazos Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
4.5 million U.S. citizen children have at least one undocumented parent. This documentary tells the story of the transformational journey of 14 of these children who travel from Minnesota to Guatemala to meet their grandparents for the first time, after being separated for nearly two decades. Director Argueta will lead a post screening discussion. 
Fort Collins
Baskets: Anecdotes & Adventures Global Village Museum
at 06:00 PM
The beauty and art of basketry, one of the oldest and most widespread crafts, will be highlighted Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures. Baskets: Anecdotes & Adventures will feature international basket collectors who will discuss materials and techniques of weavers from around the world. Admission = $5 public; Members Free 
Thursday, September 15
Denver
Ras Ben Crossroads Theater
at 07:00 PM
Author and acclaimed researcher Ras Ben is known for his speeches atFree Your Mind conference in Philadelphia. Join him on the "Crystal Cannibus Tour 2016" Denver stop, in conjunction with the Denver Gem and Mineral show. Find about your body's natural relationship with Crystals and Cannibinoids. 
Friday, September 16
Broomfield
WOW! Children's Museum's 20th Birthday Gala Omni Interlocken Hotel
at 06:00 PM
For 20 years, WOW! Children's Museum has been helping children in our community to learn through play. But we couldn't build exhibits, teach science classes, and open our doors to kids in need without your support! You're invited to join us as we celebrate 20 years of WOW! and raise funds to support the Museums programs and exhibits. Featuring: dinner, cocktails, live and silent auctions and a Science Lounge with hands-on activities for adults. Advance ticket purchase required. 
Saturday, September 17
Boulder
Amarna Urban Un-Planning: How the Ancient City of Nefertiti and Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 01:00 PM
Renowned Egyptologist Professor Barry Kemp, Director of the Amarna Project, will speak on Urban Un-Planning: How the Ancient City of Nefertiti and Akhenaten Evolved. 
Denver
4th ANNUAL TASTE OF HOPE - Glenn Garcelon Foundation Solterra, Lakewood, CO
at 07:00 PM
A Fundraiser to benefit brain tumor patients and their caregivers - A fun evening of wine, cheese and chocolate tastings and a silent auction! 
Fort Collins
FORToberfest Downtown Fort Collins
at 11:00 AM
Fort Collins-style Oktoberfest street festival. It is a celebration of our vibrant music scene, the local brewing industry and the importance of sustainability to our City (bands, beers & bikes). There will be art and bike vendors, delicious food offerings and live music throughout the day. Attendees will also have the opportunity to customize their own Taster Trays from 12+ Fort Collins breweries.

 
Longmont
Lowriders: Cars & Culture - Opening Event Longmont Museum
at noon
T Longmont Museum will open one of the first-ever exhibitions to showcase lowrider culture. Lowriders are customized cars with a chassis that have been lowered so that they narrowly clear the ground, and are bountiful in Colorado and rich with history. Longmont is home to over 200 Lowriders alone. This exhibition will give visitors a behind-the-scenes view of how these rolling works of art are created. 
Loveland
Top Cat & Tails Gala Cirque du Chat Embassy Suites in Loveland
at 06:00 PM
Join us for a cat-tacular evening of delicious cuisine, cirque entertainment, amazing live and silent auction items and a night of giving to provide second chances to homeless pets in need! All proceeds benefit the homeless pets cared for by Larimer Humane Society.

 
Thursday, September 22
Boulder
Suffragists, Home Economists and First Ladies Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Interpreting womens history for the Smithsonian and the nation with Edie Mayo. 
Friday, September 23
Boulder
Second Annual Jaipur Literature Festival Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 10:00 AM
A festival of literature from all over the world, JLF at Boulder invites us to join together in examining the human experience through the reflections and imaginations of authors from across the globe. 
Saturday, September 24
Boulder
Cornhole Cup Asher Brewing
at 03:00 PM
We cant think of a better way to spend a fall afternoon then enjoying a little cornhole competition at a great space with even better beer! Register to play or come enjoy the fun and cheer on the team with the best, most creative name!100% of Dinner sales and a portion orTreehugger Ale goes to Attention Homes programs. Register on our website! You and a friend participate as a team in our single elimination tourney. Pick a friend, choose a TEAM NAME and sign up. 
Fort Collins
Wish you were here! Youth Collage Workshop Global Village Museum
at 01:00 PM
Youth ages 8-12 are invited to Wish You Were Here, an entertaining and engaging workshop at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures. Youth will design and fashion wall-art postcards that capture their individual personalities, family customs, and cultural identity. The workshop fee of $3 includes all supplies, snack, and interactive activities in the Museums four galleries. Two parents and/or guardians per family are admitted free. Early registration is appreciated 
Littleton
11th Annual Jared's Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off and Festival 10500 W. Bowles Ave
at 10:00 AM
The 11th Annual Jareds Giant Pumpkin Festival and Weigh-off is coming up and is expected to be bigger and better than ever. Jareds hosts the largest pumpkin weigh off in the state with state records being set 8 times in the past 10 years. This mostly free family event begins at 10am and will end approximately 5 pm with winners being announced and prizes awarded around 3-3:30pm. 
Saturday, October 01
Boulder
Boulder GreenBeerFest Bandshell
at 11:00 AM
Activists, Growers, Makers and Hula Hoop Shakers are invited to join us for the GreenBeerFest.This 2 day creative mashup will feature 16 local bands including Samsara, The Copper Children, Intuit, Genetics, Xerephine and friends, Spectacle and the Alcapones; 70+ Handmade in Colorado Expo vendors; 20+ living exhibits in Activist Alley by Solutions Voyage; Childrens Village produced by Rainbow Youth Lightning. Seeking event sponsors and food vendors. 
Denver
Edge of Seven: Rebuild Nepal Happy Hour & Trivia Jagged Mountain Brewery 1139 20th St Denver CO 80202
at 05:30 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Wellington
14th Annual Fall Festival & Corn Maze Harvest Farm
at 10:00 AM
Get lost in the family fun! Visit Harvest Farms annual Fall Festival and Corn Maze. The event features a 10-acre corn maze, pig races, hay wagon rides, corn cannons, petting zoo, natural play area, hay bale maze and more!Harvest Farm, an outreach of the Denver Rescue Mission, is a 209-acre working farm and long-term rehabilitation center. Accommodating up to 72 men, the Farm helps those recovering from chronic homelessness and addiction attain self-sufficiency. Every Fri, Sat, Sun in Oct 
Thursday, October 06
Boulder
The Blind Cafe 1290 Folsom St
at 06:00 PM
The Blind Cafe's mission is to use the concept of darkness to inspire and initiate 'positive social change' in the lives of everyone who participates in our programs. We seek to entertain and educate persons on how to relate to themselves and others with a greater sense of compassion and offer an experience that inspires them to think, feel and behave beyond their visual conditioning, social etiquette and their cell phones. The show will be town for three nights October 6- 8 2016. 
David Roberts: Exploration, Past & Future Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
For as long as explorers have been venturing into unknown territories, they have relied on the best science and technology of their day to survive the journey. Modern technology, from the synthetic materials that make Arctic coats warm and waterproof to the food preservation techniques that have allowed astronauts to stay nourished in orbit, to the modern day connectedness that now allows adventurers to be plucked from predicaments that might once have been fatal. 
Denver
Edge of Seven: Rebuild Nepal Happy Hour & Trivia Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Longmont
Views & Brews Halloween Film Series-Beetlejuice Longmont Museum
at 07:15 PM
Thanks to the carelessness of a cute little dog, newlyweds are killed in a freak auto accident. Upon arriving in the outer offices of Heaven, the couple finds that before they can earn their wings, they must occupy their old house as ghosts for the next fifty years. Alas, the house has new owners. In desperation, the ghostly couple engages the services of a veteran scaremeister: a yellow-haired, snaggle-toothed, profane, flatulent "gonzo" spirit named Beetlejuice.

$8 general public, $5 members. 
Tuesday, October 11
Boulder
The State of Energy Transition in the U.S. University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy, and Environment C
at 06:45 PM
Please join us as Chris Nelder from the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) explains how the energy transition is progressing in the U.S. This presentation will review notable trends and projects in the U.S., share some useful lessons from the energy transition efforts in other countries, and try to determine if the U.S. is on track to meet its climate goals. 
Wednesday, October 12
Boulder
Laurence Brahm: Fusion Economics Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Over forty percent of the worlds population lives in poverty. Our planets resources are diminishing at frightening rates. The international financial system is broken. Is there a way out of this mess? In Fusion Economics, author Laurence Brahm explores how the worlds social economies can come together to lift the world out of poverty. 
Thursday, October 13
Longmont
Views & Brews Halloween Film Series - The Exorcist Longmont Museum
at 07:15 PM
Your favorite Halloween movies are back at the Museums Stewart Auditorium this fall! Get spooky with friends in the 250-seat, state-of-the-art theater while enjoying a signature cocktail (or kid-friendly drink) paired with each film. The Museum is also open with extended evening hours (5 - 9 pm) to stroll through the galleries during Views & Brews.

The Exorcist - Rated R 
Friday, October 14
Denver
Seventh Wonder Posner Center for International Development
at 05:30 PM
A night of enlightening entertainment. Indulge in food and festivities to support child rights and education for children in Cambodia. Come casual, kids welcome.A cornucopia of Southeast Asian Cuisine,Wine, Beer, and Signature Cocktail.Live music and cultural dance performances.Interactive games and entertainment.Silent and Live Auctions All of the proceeds will support Childrens Future, an organization that provides comprehensive well-being, education, and community development services. 
Thursday, October 20
Boulder
Racing Extinction: The Film Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
The Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS), the group behind the Academy Award-winning film The Cove, is back with Racing Extinction. Along with some new innovators, OPS brings a voice to the thousands of species on the very edge of life. An unlikely team of activists is out to expose the two worlds endangering species across the globe; the international trade of wildlife and the oil and gas industry.
The film's producer will lead a post-screening discussion.
 
Denver
A Taste for Life Grand Hyatt Denver
at 06:00 PM
Join us for A Taste for Life, an evening showcasing delicious tastes and cocktails from some of Denvers most celebrated restaurants and food and beverage purveyors. Each year, A Taste for Life draws hundreds of philanthropic foodies, community leaders, and local culinary gurus for an evening featuring a silent auction, unique entertainment and an opportunity to support a great cause. 
Collaboration Celebration Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Come celebrate with us and help raising funds for international development projects across the globe. 
Saturday, October 22
Denver
Friends of ENCA Farm 6th Annual Nourish Event Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 11:00 AM
The audience is family friendly and fun Saturday morning activity.
Silent Auction and Local Filipino Cuisine 
Keystone
Wine in the Pines Keystone Resort
at 06:00 PM
Join us to benefit the Kelly Smith Employment Center at Ability Connection Colorado! Wine in the Pines is THE premier wine and food tasting event in the region. World class chefs and exquisite wines from around the globe will be available at this black tie event. 
Monday, October 24
Boulder
Osiris-Rex Asteroid Sample Return Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
For OSIRIS-REx, the goal is to return a pristine sample from the carbonaceous asteroid Bennu. Clues to the origin and evolution of the solar system, initial stages of planet formation and the source of organic compounds can be gathered from this likely carbon-rich sample.
Speaker: Dr. Vicky Hamilton, Southwest Research Institute (SwRI).
 
Friday, October 28
Denver
Trick or Treat Street Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus
at 09:00 AM
For three days, the Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus will host all sorts of costumed kids and adults for a spooktacular wonderland of fun! Families can march from one Treat House to the next and collect goodies, create Halloween crafts, play carnival games and much more. It's the ultimate safe Halloween adventure, bursting with excitement for everyone.



 
Glendale
Mile High MMAyhem Infinity Park
at 05:00 AM
The Mile High Five (MH5) Foundation was founded in 2013 with the sole mission of hosting Mile High MMAyhem (MHM) each year; 2016 marks the fourth year for MHM. The net proceeds benefit worthy organizations supporting youth/health-related organizations. Mile High MMAyhem is a black-tie a air featuring mixed martial arts bouts and will be held on October 28, 2016.
 
Saturday, October 29
Denver
Trick or Treat Street Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus
at 09:00 AM
For three days, the Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus will host all sorts of costumed kids and adults for a spooktacular wonderland of fun! Families can march from one Treat House to the next and collect goodies, create Halloween crafts, play carnival games and much more. It's the ultimate safe Halloween adventure, bursting with excitement for everyone. 
Love Grows Where Hope Shines Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Guest speaker and silent auction 
8th Annual Paranormal Palace Halloween Event Denver 2016 McNichols Civic Center Building
at 09:00 PM
www.ParanormalPalace.orgDenver Halloween Event 2016Alcohol Included.
Cash prize Costume Contest.25' skulls, 20' spiders, haunted house, 30+ Performers2 Bands, 4 DJ's, 3 Floors Sold Out 7 years. 2,500 guests.Denver Halloween commences as you enter through the mouth of a 25' skull and explore a cursed mausoleum ablaze with lights and crawling with the living dead. Strongmen showcasing feats of strength, the Hall of Insane Clowns, the Damned City, a hanging crow's cage, giant LED-lit swings, 
ColoWeen 2016 The Curtis Hotel
at 09:00 PM
Your best nightmare is here... Coloween 2016. Join Denvers seasoned party goers at downtown Denvers one-of-a-kind Curtis Hotel for a frightfully fantastic OPEN BAR hotel takeover experience! Revered as one of Denvers top Halloween costume parties, Coloween offers two levels of haunted hallways and entertainment with three ballrooms featuring Denvers top-rated DJs, live musical acts, festival-quality sound & lighting production, and sexy theatrical performers! 
Sunday, October 30
Denver
Trick or Treat Street Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus
at 09:00 AM
For three days, the Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus will host all sorts of costumed kids and adults for a spooktacular wonderland of fun! Families can march from one Treat House to the next and collect goodies, create Halloween crafts, play carnival games and much more. It's the ultimate safe Halloween adventure, bursting with excitement for everyone. 
Monday, October 31
Fort Collins
Tiny Tot Halloween Downtown Fort Collins
at 10:00 AM
Its time to scare up some new costume ideas for your little ones! The annual Tiny Tot Halloween beginning at 10:00 a.m. We invite all children under seven years old and their parents/guardians to join us for a safe trick-or-treating experience in Downtown Fort Collins.
 
Friday, November 04
Fort Collins
Downtown Holiday Lighting Ceremony Downtown Fort Collins
at 05:30 PM
Thousands of strands of holiday lights will illuminate historic Downtown Fort Collins as we "flip the switch" at the annual Downtown Holiday Lighting Ceremony. This years lighting effort continues it's commitment to being green. LED light strands are used exclusively in this years display which will be in place from November 4 - February 14 (approximately). LED light strands lead to power savings of about 90% over standard lights.
 
Thursday, November 10
Boulder
Eric Larsen: On Thin Ice, The Melting Arctic Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Journey on the last human-powered trek from land to the North Pole - dubbed the "Last North Expedition"- with polar adventurer, expedition guide, dog musher and educator, Eric Larsen. In March 2014, Eric Larsen and Ryan Waters traversed nearly 500 miles across the melting Arctic Ocean, unsupported, from Northern Ellesmere Island to the North Pole. 
Monday, November 14
Boulder
Ancient Polynesian Navigation Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Depending completely on wayfinding techniques passed down in oral tradition, Polynesians successfully traversed thousands of miles of the Pacific Ocean using and settled the largest nation on Earth. Join Dr. John Stocke to learn about the ancient navigational techniques modern explorers use to recreate the ancient ways. 
Tuesday, November 15
Denver
Edge of Seven: Rebuild Nepal Happy Hour & Trivia Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery, 1139 20th St, Denver, CO 80202
at 05:30 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Wednesday, November 16
Boulder
Christine Goff: A Parliament of Owls Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Christine Goff published A Rant of Ravens, her first novel in the Birdwatchers Mystery series. In 2016, she returns with A Parliament of Owls, the sixth entry in the best-selling series. This evening Christine will discuss juggling two diverse writing projects and read from A Parliament Owls as well as her latest thriller Dark Waters. 
Thursday, November 17
Boulder
Evil Cheesey Rides Again Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
You know the story of Evel Knievel, but do you know the legend of Boulder's own stunt-man Evil Cheesey? RebelDaredevilLoserCrazy. Terry Chesebro has been called them all since his stint as an illegal street jumper in the 1970s.Thirty years later, can Terry Chesebro don his cape and return to the streets he wandered to become Evil Cheesey one last time?
Join us for the film's premiere followed by a post screening Q&A with directors Chris Leising and Jack Hanley.
 
Thursday, December 01
Boulder
Charly Heavenrich: Grand Canyon Experience Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
The Grand Canyon is many things to many people: a natural wonder, a rafting/hiking pleasure, a dam controlled and yet within the canyon wall, has its own rhythm. Experience the Grand Canyon's beauty, grandeur and transformative power with The Canyon Guy, Charly Heavenrich, as he explores the many facets of this incredible place. 
Monday, December 05
Loveland
Emotional Mastery with Emotional Intelligence Sunrise Ranch
at 04:00 AM
This program continues the exploration of emotional intelligence (EQ) which allows us to have the range and flexibility to respond to challenges in ways that are often outside our comfort zone. 
Tuesday, December 06
Denver
Edge of Seven: Holiday Mixer Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Fundraising for Edge of Seven: Help us Rebuild Nepal
RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/edge7spring 
Wednesday, December 07
Boulder
Robert Crifasi: A Land Made from Water Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
A Land Made from Water chronicles how the appropriation and development of water and riparian resources in Colorado changed the face of the Front Range. Join us as author Robert Crifasi explains how settlers planned ditches, irrigation systems and reservoirs, and instigated war to wrest control of the region from the local Native Americans. 
Monday, December 12
Boulder
Meet the Dream Chaser, America's Spacecraft Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
NASA selected the Dream Chaser spacecraft to transport cargo to and from the International Space Station. The development team from Sierra Nevada Corporations Space Systems, the owner and integrator of the Dream Chaser, will discuss the American spacecraft's upcoming missions and future implications. 
Thursday, January 19
Boulder
Liz Thomas: Hiking the Triple Crown Trails Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Trek 7,900 miles on North America's longest trailers with hiker Liz Thomas. Liz Thomas is among the most experienced female hikers in the U.S. She broke the womens unsupported speed record on the Appalachian Trail. She has completed the Triple Crown of Hiking and has backpacked over 15,000 miles across the U.S. on 16 long distance hikes. 
Wednesday, January 25
Boulder
Mark Sundeen: The Unsettlers Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Mark Sundeen, author of the best-selling book The Man Who Quit Money, will share his newest work The Unsettlers. Join us as he traces the search for the simple life through the visionaries, ascetics, and artists that inspired three very different couples to walk away from the life they knew in order to find (or create) a better existence. 
Friday, January 27
Boulder
Antarctic Edge 70 Degrees South Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
In the wake of devastating climate events like Superstorm Sandy and Hurricane Katrina, oceanographer Oscar Schofield and his team race to understand climate change in the fastest winter-warming place on earth, and the worlds most perilous environment, the West Antarctic Peninsula. For more than 20 years, these scientists, part of the National Science Foundation's Long Term Ecological Research Project, have witnessed the Peninsula's rapid change as well as the fragile and rapidly declining Adelie 
Sunday, February 12
Boulder
Engineering Discovery: The Webb Telescope Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Since 1964, Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) has revealed insight into the origin of the universe becoming a pillar of evidence for the Big Bang. Learn about the history of CMB observations, what they have taught us, and the story of the scientists who continue the search for the universes earliest origins.
Speaker: Nils Halverson, Ph.D., APS
 
Thursday, February 16
Boulder
Chris Fisher: City of the Jaguar Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Over the past year, the excavation of an ancient city in Honduras has yielded a trove of remarkable stone artifacts from a mysterious, unnamed Pre-Columbian civilization. A joint American-Honduran team of archaeologists led by CSUs Dr. Chris Fisher uncovered and removed more than 200 sculptures from the base of a large earthen mound at the center of the site, which is being called the City of the Jaguar. 
Wednesday, February 22
Boulder
Erika Krouse: Contenders 'Edgy Characters' Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Nina Black is a happy thief and street fighter until one of her marks, a Denver cop and MMA comeback contender, wants his walletand his dignityback. Avoiding retribution is difficult enough alone, but it becomes impossible once Nina gets unexpected custody of an orphaned eight-year-old niece she didnt know existed. 
Friday, February 24
Boulder
The Last Man on the Moon Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Hear an Apollo astronauts epic story of fulfillment, love and loss.
with Dr. Jack Burns, CU Boulder, CASA
 
Friday, March 03
Boulder
Yarn Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Knitting and crocheting have turned into hipster pastimes for men and women of varying ages. But although they might no longer be seen as the domain of grannies, knitting and crocheting still largely suffer from the perception that they are but a crafty hobby, not a medium for art. Yarn is a new documentary by Montreal-based Icelandic director Una Lorenzen that focuses on a handful of global artists whose work explores the possibilities contained in a skein of yarn. 
Monday, March 13
Boulder
Birth of Stars and Planets Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Dr. John Bally will discuss the formation of stars and planetary systems and share incredible results from the new ALMA telescope in Chile. Recent ALMA results indicate a protostellar merger occurred behind the Orion Nebula about 500 years ago releasing more energy than the Sun puts out in 10 million years.
Speaker: Dr. John Bally, APS, Boulder.
 
Thursday, March 16
Boulder
Amelia Earhart: A Modern Day Global Flight Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
In 2014, Amelia Rose Earhart departed on a flight around the world to complete her lifelong goal of recreating and completing her namesakes ill-fated journey. She flew a Pilatus PC-12NG with co-pilot Shane Jordan along a 28,000-mile course, landing in sixteen different countries, over the course of eighteen days. Amelia became one of the youngest women in the world to complete this flight.
 
Wednesday, March 22
Boulder
Mark Stevens: Allison Coil Mysteries Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Set in the Flat Tops wilderness of western Colorado, the Allison Coil Mystery series draw upon hot topics from Colorado events: poaching and animal rights, fracking, for-profit prisons and immigration, climate change and anti-government terrorist. Writer Mark Stevens will discuss his research, his writing and a preview of what is coming next. 
Thursday, April 06
Boulder
Jon Kedrowski: Sleeping on the Summits Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
In 2011, Dr. Jon Kedrowski became the first person to camp and spend the night on the top of Colorado's 55 official 14ers (peaks over 14,000'). He achieved the feat from June 23 to September 28 2011, a stretch of only 95 days from start to finish.

In 2012, Dr. Jon successfully climbed Mount Everest, May 26th, 2012. His story has been chronicled extensively as he was a witness and survived the worst tragedy on Everest since the 1996 disaster.
 
Friday, April 07
Boulder
Physics & Jung Community United Church of Christ
at 07:00 PM
Lecture and Q & A on Carl Jung and Wolfgang Pauli: A meeting at the margins of science and psychology, lead by Stephen Foster, Jungian Analyst. While there was a 25-year age different between Carl Jung and Wolfgang Pauli, these two powerfully intelligent men developed a friendship of sorts, and Jung wrote a number of key publications that were influenced by his discussions with Pauli. 
Monday, April 10
Boulder
Venus, Earth's Evil Twin Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
The similarity in size, density and proximity of Venus to Earth earn Venus the title of Earths twin. Learn how Venus' climate and geological conditions could represent the fate of the Earth making Venus an essential target for further exploration.
Speaker: Dr. Larry Esposito, LASP & APS
 
Wednesday, April 19
Boulder
Leslie Irvine: My Dog Always Eats First Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Its a common sight in cities everywhere: A weary-looking man stands at an intersection, backpack at his feet. Curled up nearby is a mixed-breed dog, unfazed by the passing traffic. The man holds a sign that reads, "Two old dogs need help. God bless." Homelessness and stigma go hand in hand, and nowhere is this more apparent than pet ownership among the homeless. Through qualitative research, Leslie Irvine gives provides a glimpse into how homeless people provide for both themselves and pets 
Friday, April 21
Boulder
Unlocking the Cage Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Unlocking the Cage follows animal rights lawyer Steven Wise in his unprecedented challenge to break down the legal wall that separates animals from humans. Arguing that cognitively complex animals such as chimpanzees, whales, dolphins and elephants have the capacity for limited personhood rights, Steve and his legal team are making history by filing the first lawsuits that seek to transform a chimpanzee from a thing with no rights to a person with legal protections. 
Thursday, May 04
Boulder
Craig Childs: Footsteps of the First People Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Who were the first people in North America and how did they get here? This is a question that many have asked and researched but few have tried to retrace like Craig Childs. Finding the footsteps of these First People was the goal for Craig as he adventured to replicate their travels to North America down the coast and into the continent. How many years, the routes, and the hardships these people endured will be the subject of Craigs talk. 
Monday, May 08
Boulder
Future Astronomy for Ancient Questions Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Is life possible beyond Earth? Ball Aerospace has been advancing space technology for over 60 years, but it is the next generation of technology that will shed light on this question. Dr. Makenzie Lystrup will share a glimpse into the future of astronomy and aerospace technology.

Speaker: Dr. Makenzie Lystrup, Ball Aerospace.
 
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