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Tuesday, July 22
Boulder
Conscious Dance Boulder Solstice Center, 3rd and Pearl
at 07:30 PM
Every Tuesday, Conscious Dance Boulder is a free form community dance gathering including everything from contemplative movement to all out tribal romps, with World Beat, Chilled Grooves, Cool Remixes, and music of all styles. Your dance can be an individual inward journey as well as an opportunity to connect with others in a warm, welcoming dance community. Please join us to Be moved, Be inspired, Be creative, Be danced!
 
William Philpott: Vacationland Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Mention the Colorado high country today & vacation imagery springs to mind: mountain scenery, camping, hiking, skiing, world-renowned resorts like Aspen & Vail. But not long ago, the high country was isolated & little visited. Vacationland tells the story of the region's dramatic transformation after World War II & forces us to consider how profoundly tourism changed Colorado, & to grapple with the potential & the problems of our familiar ways of relating to environment, nature, & place. 
Denver
Shooting Video with DSLR Cameras Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
This course will cover all the basics of using your DSLR for shooting video. In this class, students are introduced to shooting video with DSLR cameras. Students will learn the basics of shooting video, capturing audio, designing shots with editing in mind, specific camera settings and features, lighting consideration, and advantages to shooting video with a DSLR

Register Here:
https://www.denveropenmedia.org/classes/shooting-video-dslr-cameras-6
 
Wednesday, July 23
Boulder
Silent Film: Go West Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Buster Keaton is graceful & hilarious in Go West (1925). Heeding the expansionist call of Horace Greeley, a hapless young man idealistically hops a freight train westward to meet his destiny, first in a teeming metropolis, then the ranchlands of Arizona. There are great gags from beginning to end and, as usual for Keaton, the final sequence is dynamic. Also featured: The Scarecrow starring Buster Keaton, a mind-boggling mechanical comedy. 
Denver
Website Strategy Workshop for Nonprofits Posner Center for International Development
at 06:00 PM
This two hour workshop gives an overview of website content and branding and how you can use a structured approach to online content to represent your brand. Dont fall into the trap of mindlessly creating content and hosting it all on your website. Come away with practical brand and content tactics you can start implementing straight away.

July 23rd at 6:00PM
Just Register here:
https://www.denveropenmedia.org/classes/website-strategy-workshop-nonprofits 
Thursday, July 24
Denver
Charlie Murphy Comedy Works Downtown
at 07:30 PM
Charlie Murphy's rapid evolution from Chappelle's Show cast member to top-billed international comedian has been remarkable.
Price: $30-$32

Thursday, July 24th 8:00pm
Friday, July 25th 7:30pm & 9:45pm (ages 18+)
Saturday, July 26th 7:30pm & 9:45pm
 
Greenwood Village
Myq Kaplan Comedy Works South
at 07:30 PM
Myq Kaplan is a comedian named Myq Kaplan (pronounced Mike). He was a Top 5 finalist on the previous season of Last Comic Standing. Myq made his network television debut on The Tonight Show with Conan OBrien and has since gone on to appear on The Late Show with David Letterman, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and in his own half-hour Comedy Central Presents: Myq Kaplan special.

Dates and Times:

Thursday, Jul 24 07:30PM
Friday, Jul 25 07:15PM & 9:45PM
Saturday, Jul 26 07:15PM & 9:45PM
Longmont
Sparkfun Craft! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Create an e-textile with Sparkfun Electronics. Registration is required, please call 303-651-8472. 
Morrison
The Music of ABBA - Arrival from Sweden Red Rocks
at 08:00 PM
Gates open at 6:30pm. Show starts at 8pm. 
Friday, July 25
Boulder
Alex Smith at The Trident Trident Sandbox Patio Theater
at 04:30 AM
Alex Smith brings his high-energy folk music from the Adirondack Mountains in Northern New York to the Trident. 
Saturday, July 26
Boulder
James Peak Invasive Weed Removal James Peak Wilderness
at 08:00 AM
Volunteers needed to remove oxeye daisy from the James Peak Wilderness area.

You can get outdoors and give back with the whole family! You can join the effort to eradicate the oxeye daisy from the stunning James Peak Wilderness, outside Boulder. You can help eradicate this noxious weed and maintain the natural integrity of this incredible landscape. You can learn more and register at www.voc.org/volunteer or call 303-715-1010. no experience necessary; minimum age: 8.
 
Knitting Man- A Gay Men's Knitting Group Out Boulder Pridehouse
at 09:30 AM
Knitting Man is Boulder's new gay men's knitting group. All knitting levels are welcome. A teacher will be on hand with yarn and needles to help you get started. If you're an experienced knitter bring your project and join us for an afternoon of good company and the magic of knitting!

 
Denver
Mile High Parley Mutiny Information Cafe 2 South Broadway
at 04:00 AM
Farmer's Market in the morning. 2 stages open to the public all day with Soupy Sales Experience, Magic Cyclops, Cobraconda, Chris Ecker, Native Daughters, Blind Man Deaf Boy, Atlas, Six Shooter, Low Gravity, Crash Endings, Low Gravity, Daughters of Omicron, Cult of the Lost Cause, Everai, Muscle Beach, An Hobbes, Lords of Fuzz, Extra Cool, Space in Time, Hold, Luke Schmaltz, Tongue Mountain, Elyse Miller, Light Looms, Bottle Rocket Science and more! 
Lafayette
Investigating Dinosaurs Exhibit Grand Opening Celebration WOW! Children's Museum
at 10:00 AM
WOW! is celebrating the opening of the new Investigating Dinosaurs exhibit with a Dino-riffic party! Enjoy dinosaur crafts, fossils that kids can see and touch and explore the new exhibit that features hands-on dinosaur activities for children and families. This special event is included with Museum admission. WOW! is located at 110 N. Harrison Ave in Old Town Lafayette. 
Herbal Medicine Workshop #2 Infusions, Decoctions, Tinctures Three Leaf Farm
at 11:00 AM
Hosted by Certified Herbalist, Sara Stewart Martinelli, participants will first be led around the farm acreage on an herb walk, identifying both wild and cultivated medicinal herbs. After harvesting the fresh plants, participants will then go into the kitchen to learn how to properly dry herbs, or use them fresh in infusions, decoctions, and tinctures. Each participant will leave with a personal tea blend, and an infusion of their choice. 
Sunday, July 27
Denver
Mile High Parley day 3 Mutiny Information Cafe 2 South Broadway
at 04:00 AM
The day starts with a record swap at noon. Then 2 stages are open to the public with Bud Bronson and the Good Timers, Casper Allen, Izcali, Marissa Sendejas, Motion Trap, Fire and Sigh, Dead Orchids, Straight Outta Luck, The Worth, Randy Olinger, The Worth, Johnny Barber, Little Fyodor, Ross Hostage, Spells, Lizzie Huffman, Swells, Dave Devoe and more! 
film: "bamako" Mercury Cafe
at 02:00 PM
Set in Mali, West Africa, this political drama puts the World Bank and IMF (International Monetary Fund) on trial. An examination of the problems created by lending policies. Actor Danny Glover makes a cameo appearance and is the Executive Producer. 117 minutes. In Bambara amd French with English subtitles. 
Lafayette
Wild Fermentation 101 Three Leaf Farm
at 11:00 AM
In this beginners class, you will utilize naturally-occurring bacteria in the soil, on plants and on your skin to make raw, wild, fermented vegetables. We'll cover simple science, food safety, equipment, and the intricacies of technique. The role of home-made probiotic rich foods in your overall health will be explored. Make your own Sauerkraut Blend from our organic vegetable buffet. 
Monday, July 28
Boulder
The Best of Rufus Wainwright Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Affectionately referred to by Elton John as the greatest songwriter on the planet & praised by the New York Times for his genuine originality, Grammy nominee Rufus Wainwright established himself as one of the great male vocalists and songwriters of his generation.He is son of folk singers Loudon Wainwright III & Kate McGarrigle & brother of Martha Wainwright, but Rufus has achieved his success by carving out his own singular sound in the worlds of rock, opera, theater, dance and film. 
Evergreen
Children's Old West Party Hiwan Homestead Museum
at noon
Giddy up and over to Hiwan Homestead Museum at 4208 S. Timbervale Dr., Evergreen for its childrens Old West Party on Monday, July 28, 2014 from 12:00-1:30 PM. All cowpokes and cowgirls ages 6 to 12 are invited to enjoy the fun! Themed food and activities will be featured. This event is sure to be fun for all who attend! Sign up early as space is limited and pre-registration is required. Please call the Museum at 720-497-7650 to sign up. 
Tuesday, July 29
Boulder
The Environment: Saving the Future Trident Booksellers & Cafe
at 07:30 PM
On Tuesday, July 29th, Trident Booksellers & Cafe in Boulder presents Alternative Radio's David Barsamian on The Environment: Saving the Future. Barsamian has turned up the volume this year. In 2014 he has spoken at over thirty universities, conferences, peace groups, bookstores, and benefit gatherings in the U.S. and Canada. His lifework in radio and journalism has broadened the minds of millions of people. Barsamian has always sought and found quiet serene places, including The Trident Cafe. 
Conscious Dance Boulder Solstice Center, 3rd and Pearl
at 07:30 PM
Every Tuesday, Conscious Dance Boulder is a free form community dance gathering including everything from contemplative movement to all out tribal romps, with World Beat, Chilled Grooves, Cool Remixes, and music of all styles. Your dance can be an individual inward journey as well as an opportunity to connect with others in a warm, welcoming dance community. Please join us to Be moved, Be inspired, Be creative, Be danced!
 
Denver
3D Animation Using Blender Open Media Foundation
at 06:00 PM
In this class, you'll learn the basics and more of 3D animation using Blender, and you will leave knowing how to make a custom logo animation. July 29th and 30th from 6-9pm.

Sign up here:
https://www.denveropenmedia.org/classes/intro-3d-animation-using-blender-4 
Wednesday, July 30
Boulder
Silent Film: Oliver Twist Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
This 1922 film is considered the most faithful version of Dickens' original novel.In Victorian England, young Oliver Twist (Jackie Coogan) is born into poverty. His mother dies & his father is unaccounted for. Running away from abusive workhouse conditions, Oliver heads for "polluted" London. He meets Artful Dodger & joins a gang of boy pick-pockets led by crafty old Fagin (Lon Chaney). The film is rich with visual detail & sets & costumes conjuring up the dilapidation & inequality of the era. 
Denver
the BrandEquation- How to Sum Up Your Nonprofit Brand Colorado Non Profit Association
at 09:00 AM
Brand is more than your logo or name. A lot more. Its what differentiates your organization from the countless others the public can choose to support, instead of supporting yours. For nonprofits, strong brands are authentic and aspirational. You can learn how to create and spread yours. Register Here: https://www.denveropenmedia.org/classes/brandequation-how-sum-your-nonprofit-brand 
Thursday, July 31
Boulder
BeadforLife July Happy Hour Celebration BeadforLife Studio
at 07:00 AM
The BeadforLife Studio will be closing on July 31st until the holiday season. You can join us on July 31st from 4-7pm so that we can celebrate you, our local supporters!
Your purchase will help women in Uganda who are working hard to fight their way out of extreme
poverty.
 
Foreseeable Futures Live at Trident Cafe Trident Sandbox Patio Theater
at 07:00 PM
Foreseeable Futures is an indie acoustic duo from Oahu, Hawaii comprised of Phil Potter (vocals, guitar) & Anna Sachs (vocals, guitar, melodica, harmonica). They'll be joined by their frequent collaborator Todd Beiler, a Colorado native, on the cajon and bongos. They'll showcase a diverse set, offering a selection of originals and creative reinterpretations ranging from artists like the Lumineers to Whitney Houston. All ages event. 
Denver
Re-Mixed Taste - Tag Team Lectures on Unrelated Topics MCA Denver
at 06:00 PM
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver Presents Re-Mixed Taste
Celebrating 10 Years of Mixed Taste With A Special All Star Season

July 31 - Urban Spelunking & Artificial Flavor, Geoff Manaugh & Nicola Twilley
 
Jay Mohr Comedy Works South
at 07:30 PM
Comedian, actor, radio host and best selling author, Jay Mohr has been performing stand-up comedy for over three decades. He has appeared in over 25 films and 50 TV shows such as Jerry Maguire, Picture Perfect, CBS Gary Unmarried, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, and Suburgatory. Mohr wrote the best selling book about his experience on SNL, and followed that success up with his hilarious book. Additionally, Mohr is the host of a nationally syndicated radio show, Jay Mohr Sports. 
Robert Kelly Comedy Works Downtown
at 08:00 PM
Robert Kellys unique, honest take on his own life and relationships make his comedy clever, abrasive, funny, yet refreshingly vulnerable. Kelly has appeared in TV shows like FXs Louie, CBSs NYC 22, Tourgasm on HBO, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Premium Blend and produced his own Comedy Central Presents. His movie credits include Ghost Town, What Doesn't Kill You and Good Luck Chuck. He also produced and starred in the short film Cheat and has a top rated podcast, You Know What Dude.
 
Friday, August 01
Louisville
Auditions for The Great American Trailer Park Musical Louisville Center for the Arts
at 07:00 PM
When:
Saturday, August 1st, 2014 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm and Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 from 1:30 pm to 6:00 pm.

Where:
Louisville Center for the Arts
801 Grant Street
Louisville, CO

Preparation:
1) 16-32 Bars of a piece from a Broadway musical. No acapella accepted. Accompanist available.
2) No longer than a 2 minute comedic monologue
3) Please be prepared to tell a joke (of any kind) or a very short story (true or made up).
4) Please bring a resume, headshot, and list of conflicts.
5) 
Saturday, August 02
Boulder
Rocky Mountain Tea Festival The Boulder-Dushanbe Teahouse
at 10:00 AM
The Rocky Mountain Tea Festival is hosted at The Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse, which was started 14 years ago as a way to offer our customers an opportunity to learn more about premium, loose leaf tea. The Tea Festival has expanded to include more workshops with well-known tea experts, a Tea Dinner, a small bazaar, and the popular Childrens Tea Party. The goal of the Tea Festival is to offer a non competitive forum for lovers of tea to come and learn, taste, and discuss their favorite beverage. 
Denver
Denver Days Various Denver Neighborhoods
at 10:00 AM
Mayor Michael B. Hancock is launching the 2nd Annual Denver Days, a new citywide summer tradition aimed at creating stronger neighborhoods by fostering community service projects and neighborhood gatherings annually during the month of August (the 2nd through the 10th). Check out more here:http://www.denvergov.org/mayor/MayorsOffice/ProgramsInitiatives/DenverDays/tabid/444458/Default.aspx 
Longmont
Book Signing with C.J. Box Barbed Wire Books 504 Main Street
at 03:00 PM
Join us for a public Book Signing with New York Times Bestselling author and Wyoming native C.J. Box. His latest Joe Pickett series book, "Shots Fired," releases July 15th. 
Sunday, August 03
Denver
Liquid Fashion Summer Denver Events 2014 RiNo Beach Club
at noon
3rd Annual Liquid Fashion Event
By Kevin Larson Presents
August 3rd, 2014 Noon 5pm
You can join us for fun in the sun at the new RiNo Beach Club!
VIP is no longer a rope, its an experience!
Swimwear & Fashion; Dress it up but plan to get wet for this wicked fun Beach Event!!!
Announcing the Best Beach Body Exhibition, as
these amazing bodies take the stage and show off their hard work!
Your ticket gives you access to: Video Game Booth, Beach Games, Sand Volley Ball, etc. 
Lafayette
Mead Making Workshop Three Leaf Farm
at 02:00 PM
This workshop will begin with a brief history of mead and its appearance in ancient and modern literature. Next will come a summary of the great variety of mead-like drinks that can be made. During the heart of the workshop, participants will start their own one-gallon batches of mead, either of pure honey or flavored with one or more flowers, herbs, fruits, or woods of their choosing. 
Littleton
Rocky Mountain Brew Runs: Bristol Brewing Bristol Brewing
at 04:00 AM
Rocky Mountain Brew runs brings together what runners and walkers of all shapes, sizes, ages and levels love: Beer and running!
You can join us spring and summer of 2014 for a 10 series Colorado microbrewery tour where we will run/walk an informal 5k course and finish with an ice cold brew.
Participants will all receive a beer of their choice, a signature pint glass, mug or swag from select breweries.
 
Tuesday, August 05
Boulder
Out Boulder Health & Wellness: The Secrets to a 100-Year Lifesty Out Boulder Pridehouse
at 07:00 PM
Out Boulder is pleased to offer you the opportunity to meet with Dr. Alison Bremner to hear successful strategies to live to 100! This talk has been regularly offered to the general population but we have the opportunity this evening to focus on the LGBTQ community's specific concerns around health and wellness. Join us for snacks, community, and information about healthy living.

Have ever wondered why some people seem to always have a lot of energy, feel great and never get sick? Have you eve 
Conscious Dance Boulder Solstice Center, 3rd and Pearl
at 07:30 PM
Every Tuesday, Conscious Dance Boulder is a free form community dance gathering including everything from contemplative movement to all out tribal romps, with World Beat, Chilled Grooves, Cool Remixes, and music of all styles. Your dance can be an individual inward journey as well as an opportunity to connect with others in a warm, welcoming dance community. Please join us to Be moved, Be inspired, Be creative, Be danced!
 
Wednesday, August 06
Boulder
Silent Film: Kid Brother Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Harold Lloyds comic masterpiece Kid Brother is a masterful blend of great comedy and sentiments. Harold Hickory (Lloyd) is smitten by Mary Powers travelling with her late father's medicine show. When the show burns down, Harold invites her to stay at his house with his father and brothers. When the town's money is stolen by thugs, Harold's father is accused, and with encouragement from Mary, Harold sets out to find the real crooks. 
Thursday, August 07
Denver
Natasha Leggero Comedy Works Downtown
at 08:00 PM
Natasha Leggerois an actress, writer and accomplished stand-up who tours the country headlining packed comedy clubs. With her own brand of sophisticated writing, physicality and glamour, Leggero has made appearances on TV, in movies and can be seen regularly onThe Tonight Show,Chelsea Latelyand @Midnight. She has her own web series Tubbin With Tash, a Comedy Central Presents special and an iTunes top ranked comedy album called Coke Money. 
Longmont
A Return from Grief Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Author Nancy Williams will discuss her book "A Return From Grief: Lessons of the Geese." 
Friday, August 08
Denver
babyshoe presents: SUNSET WAVES - Summer Sun Showcase Deer Pile
at 08:00 PM
Performing Live:

Real Cosby
Rumtum
Man Mantis
Tuuwa
Metallic Clouds
Kev//Bot
Crowns
ALL AGES, NO COVER 
Saturday, August 09
Boulder
An Evening with Paula Poundstone Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Say hello to Emmy Award-winning comedian, author & humorist,Paula Poundstone.Paula is a regular panelist on NPRs popular news quiz show, Wait Wait... Dont Tell Me. Paula has starred in comedy specials for HBO & Bravo & is recognized as one of Comedy Central's 100 Greatest Stand-Ups Of All Time, is the first woman to win the cable ACE for Best Standup Comedy Special, and is the first woman to perform standup at the prestigious White House Correspondents Dinner. 
Denver
The Throwdown: A Charity Cornhole Tournament City Park
at 11:00 AM
The Throwdown is an annual event for fun people who want to enjoy an afternoon in the park playing some Cornhole, a classic lawn game, with friends, while supporting a great local educational non-profit. Whether youre an expert or youve never heard of the game before, it is a great time for all. Relax, no experience is needed to participate! The Throwdown raises money for the Cottonwood Institute to help support our programs to connect diverse students to the outdoors and empower them 
Longmont
Stay Curious! Science Fair Longmont Public Library
at 01:00 PM
The adult summer learning program, Stay Curious! will end with a science fair. Must be 18 years and older to register. Please call 303-651-8472 for more info. 
Louisville
Creating Attention-Getting Business Videos DaVinci Institute
at 08:30 AM
Shooting and editing secrets to create quality videos that draw attention to your business

How can you create videos that live up to the quality of your brand? Not every business has the budget to hire a production company. Even for those that do, not every project justifies the expense. Fortunately, with a little knowhow and ingenuity you can produce your own quality videos.

Learn how to shoot professional looking video with the smartphone or digital camera you already have. 
co
The Breema Touch & the Nine Principles of Harmony Bodywork Bistro Living Arts Center, 3825 Iris Avenue #300
at 09:30 AM
This is a rare opportunity to study with Jon Schreiber, DC, Director of the Breema Center in Oakland, California. CE available.

August 9-10, Saturday: 9:30 - 12:30 & 2 - 5, Sunday: 9 - 1. $175, or $150 if paid by July 14. 
Sunday, August 10
Boulder
Tim O'Brien & Darrell Scott Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Memories & Moments is the second studio album from highly regarded writer/singer/multi-instrumentalists Tim OBrien & Darrell Scott, released on their newly formed Full Skies imprint. Comprising five songs each from OBrien & Scott plus one memorable collaboration in their timely Turn Your Dirty Lights On, plus a pair of chestnuts from Hank Williams & George Jones & a spirited rendition of John Prine classic Paradise, with its author on guitar & vocals, it's a face-to-face record by design. 
Monday, August 11
Boulder
James Galvin: The Meadow, Prose & Poetry Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
For more than 30 years, James Galvin has been crafting prose and poems that convey a profound sense of place, capturing both the harshness and beauty of the rural American West. Galvin is the author of the critically acclaimed prose book The Meadow, the novel Fencing the Sky and has published six collections of poetry, most recently As Is. Galvin will read from his prose & poetry & talk about the writing process. Books will be available for signing. 
Tuesday, August 12
Boulder
Conscious Dance Boulder Solstice Center, 3rd and Pearl
at 07:30 PM
Every Tuesday, Conscious Dance Boulder is a free form community dance gathering including everything from contemplative movement to all out tribal romps, with World Beat, Chilled Grooves, Cool Remixes, and music of all styles. Your dance can be an individual inward journey as well as an opportunity to connect with others in a warm, welcoming dance community. Please join us to Be moved, Be inspired, Be creative, Be danced!
 
B.B. King Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
His reign as King of the Blues has been as long as that of any monarch on earth. At age 88, B.B. King is light on his feet, singing & playing the blues with relentless passion. A living legend, King has released more than 60 albums & amassed 15 Grammy's, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, the Presidential Medal of Honor, ranked No. 6 on Rolling Stone Magazines 100 Greatest Guitarists list & was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame in 1984 & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987. 
Wednesday, August 13
Boulder
John Hiatt & The Combo and The Taj Mahal Trio Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Two music legends. One night of incredible music. Known for captivating crowds with his exceptional guitar performances & enthusiasm, John Hiatt is called one of rocks most astute singer-songwriters of the last 40 years by the Los Angeles Times. Composer, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and nine time Grammy nominee Taj Mahal is one of the most prominent and influential figures in late 20th century blues and roots music. 
Thursday, August 14
Denver
Craig Shoemaker Comedy Works South
at 07:30 PM
Craig Shoemaker, the Lovemaster, is a stand-up comedian with two Emmys that has appeared on Broadway and was voted Best Male Standup at the American Comedy Awards. Best known for his engaging, relatable stand-up and iconic baritone-voiced character, Craig has appeared on the hit TV shows Parks & Recreation and The Bold & The Beautiful. Craigs most recent 90- minute stand-up special is called Daditude. His one-hour stand-up special Unzipped was recognized on the Billboard Top 20 for six weeks. 
Longmont
Team Trivia at the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 06:30 PM
Teams of 3-5 members (12 years and older) can register by August 11th for Team Trivia Night! Please call 303-651-8472 for more info. 
Saturday, August 16
Boulder
Tour de Cure Colorado Boulder County Fairgrounds
at 05:30 AM
You can help change the future for nearly 29 million Americans and take the ride of your life! You can join the American Diabetes Associations Tour de Cure Colorado on August 16th at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont, CO. There are rides for every cyclist, from the casual 20K ride to the grueling 100 mile route. You can bring your family, friends and co-workers and raise funds to help Stop Diabetes. Call 1-888-DIABETES or visit diabetes.org/coloradotourdecure. 
The Hill Flea 13th and Pennsylvania
at 10:00 AM
An interactive marketplace and community edu-tainment playspace, the Hill Flea is designed to be a dynamic destination for city and county residents of all ages, fusing creativity with education and experience. One part vintage flea market, one part interactive workshop, the Flea will bring traditional vendors, artisans, and entrepreneurs together to offer their talents and treasures for sale while also imparting their skills or knowledge to the visiting public. 
Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble: Pure Movement Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Celebrating its 43rd Anniversary Season, the world renowned Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble presents a riveting and thoughtful evening of dance, including the Boulder premiere of "Madiba's River, " Cleo Parker Robinson's uplifting tribute to Nelson Mandela, and Winifred R. Harris' profound work, "When Wet Came to Paper." This evening will truly be a celebration of the significant purity of dance movement.  
Lafayette
Vegetarian Farm Dinner Three Leaf Farm
at 06:00 PM
You can join Leaf Vegetarian Restaurant for a 4 course dinner and farm tour at Three Leaf Farm in Lafayette. Chef Rachel Best will prepare dishes using the freshest in-season produce as well as eggs from our flock of free range Rhode Island Reds. Meet farmer Joseph Ducheneaux and learn how our farm and restaurants work hand in hand. 
Sunday, August 17
Denver
Woof Fest! Civic Center Park
at 04:00 AM
Noon - 6 PM
Woof Fest! is Colorados music festival that is fun for the whole family and general admission is open. Enjoy live bands, DJs, games, food, drink, and more. Featuring two stages, pet activities, brews, and food trucks, Woof Fest! 2014 promises to be the premier pet-friendly music event of the year.

Attendees can participate in a variety of pet activities in the Pet Village all while enjoying great food and drinks at Food Truck Row. Theres something for everyone at Woof Fest! 
Tuesday, August 19
Boulder
The Delicate Balance Creating Optimum Life Choices With Suzie Adi Shakti
at 06:30 PM
How and why do you make life-affirming choices?
Does your heart lead the way or do your thoughts determine your destiny?
What changes when you're in tune with your Intuitive Voice?
Is balance possible?

In this interactive forum, Suzie and Nancy will facilitate discussions on:
The Intuitive Process 4 Components to Living Intuitively
Why inner listening leads to ease and grace
Name and get to know your inner personalities
 
Conscious Dance Boulder Solstice Center, 3rd and Pearl
at 07:30 PM
Every Tuesday, Conscious Dance Boulder is a free form community dance gathering including everything from contemplative movement to all out tribal romps, with World Beat, Chilled Grooves, Cool Remixes, and music of all styles. Your dance can be an individual inward journey as well as an opportunity to connect with others in a warm, welcoming dance community. Please join us to Be moved, Be inspired, Be creative, Be danced!
 
Asleep at the Wheel Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Over their history, Asleep at The Wheel has garnered nine Grammy Awards and released more than 25 studio and live albums, and there is no sign of slowing down any time soon. Throughout their four decades the Wheel has driven the genre to the edge, explored new territories, picked up new passengers along the way and crisscrossed the country to the delight of fans and critics alike. And, even though they're doing "forty," there's no chance of slowing down now. 
Wednesday, August 20
Denver
The Pump & Dump Show Comedy Works South
at 07:30 PM
A parentally incorrect comedy show and night out! Shayna Ferm and MC Doula host The Pump and Dump Show is a live comedy talk show filled with inappropriate music, prizes, drinking, swearing and commiseration. Show highlights include the Sad Cake slideshow, audience games and a top-rated stand-up/performance act sure to make you cry with laughter. This monthly, mother-created show is designed to let breeders throw a few back, have some laughs, and remind themselves who they once were. 
Friday, August 22
Denver
Sinbad Comedy Works South
at 07:15 PM
One of Americas funniest and most-loved comedians, Sinbad has been doing comedy for over 30 years. His stage presence is very physical with plenty of movement and interaction while his delivery and phrasing is as good as it comes. Most recently, Sinbad released the TV movie Sinbad: Make Me Wanna Holla. He is internationally known for his starring appearances in hit movies including Jingle All the Way, Necessary Roughness and Coneheads. 
Estes Park
Estes Park Annual Bluegrass Festival Estes Park Events Center and Fairgrounds
at 05:00 PM
The Annual Estes Park Bluegrass Festival is being hosted this year by Simply Bluegrass. The festival is being held on Friday, August 22nd and Saturday, August 23rd. The festival will bring many local bands and many nationally known bands, including the Grammy nominated Boxcars. 3 separate stages and a picking stage for plenty of bluegrass music. Visit the website at www.estesparkbluegrassfestival.com for full details and ticketing. 
Saturday, August 23
Denver
Higher Ground Music Festival Rino/LODO Denver
at noon
Year three will be held in the RINO Art District where we will be blocking off streets and throwing a huge music event like no other! #GetToHigherGround

ALL AGES are welcome.

This epic event will take place Saturday August 23rd with 40+ of the best National and Colorado based bands performing. It's a huge block party!

40 Bands , 5 Stages, Food trucks, Beer, Vendors of all sorts and more! 
Longmont
Venus de Miles (all-women's road ride) Prospect Park
at 06:00 AM
August 23-Longmont, CO 6am-4pm
Registration:
http://colorado.venusdemiles.com/

Venus de Miles, Colorados first all-womens road ride returns to Boulder County! 33, 51, and 100-mile course options welcome all ability levels while the post-ride festival features complimentary food & cocktails, spa services and entertainment. The ride benefits Greenhouse Scholars, providing financial and personal support to Colorado's most deserving and promising college students.

www.greenhousescholars.org 
Tuesday, August 26
Boulder
Conscious Dance Boulder Solstice Center, 3rd and Pearl
at 07:30 PM
Every Tuesday, Conscious Dance Boulder is a free form community dance gathering including everything from contemplative movement to all out tribal romps, with World Beat, Chilled Grooves, Cool Remixes, and music of all styles. Your dance can be an individual inward journey as well as an opportunity to connect with others in a warm, welcoming dance community. Please join us to Be moved, Be inspired, Be creative, Be danced!
 
Wednesday, August 27
Greenwood Village
Russell Peters Comedy Works South
at 07:30 PM
Russell Peters returns to Denver as part of his 2014/15 Almost Famous World Tour. Currently, Peters can be seen as a judge on this season of Last Comic Standing on NBC. Russell has sold out shows at venues like Madison Square Garden to the Sydney Opera House, so dont miss the opportunity to catch Russell up-close and personal as he builds his new act and works his trademark, lightning-fast improv skills with the audience in this rare club performance. 
Thursday, August 28
Boulder
Ziggy Marley Fly Rasta Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
For six-time Grammy Award winner Ziggy Marley,his latest album Fly Rasta represented a galactic sonic journey. It marries Ziggys distinctive reggae sound with elements of psychedelica, rock, funk, soul & pop, & explores further musical zones with the addition of sitar, tabla & taiko drums. A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Ziggy Marley and his siblings first sat in on recording sessions with his fathers band, the legendary Bob Marley and the Wailers, when he was ten years old. 
Denver
Tom Segura Comedy Works Downtown
at 08:00 PM
Tom Seguras TV credits include Conan, ABC's Happy Endings, Comedy Central Presents (Half-Hour Special), Showtimes Russell Peters Presents, and Comedy Central's new stand up series MashUp. Tom also regularly appears on syndicated radio shows The Bob and Tom Show and The Jim Rome Show. Additionally, his noted podcast, Your Moms House can be heard weekly at YourMomsHousePodcast.com. Tom recently released his first hour-long special, Tom Segura: Completely Normal, on Netflix. 
Saturday, September 06
Castle Rock
Area 13.1 Half Marathon and Terrestrial 5K Douglas County Fairgrounds
at 06:30 PM
Area 13.1 is a nationwide Half Marathon/5K Series originating in Roswell, Georgia. This is a night race; seriously when have you ever heard of aliens invading during the day?
Castle Rock just seemed the perfect place for this event, come on, you really think that rock formed naturally like that? No, just like the pyramids it was the work of little green martians (or maybe they were from Jupiter).
 
Lafayette
Introduction to Beekeeping Workshop Three Leaf Farm
at 11:00 AM
In this workshop, one of Three Leaf Farms beekeepers, Darlene Eyster, will demonstrate the basics of beekeeping and harvesting honey. Discussion will include how to start, maintain, nurture and harvest from your own personal hives. Learn how honeybees are an integral part of the natural environment and what you can do to preserve their habitat and foster their reproduction. Students should bring paper and pen, and wear light colored pants and a long sleeved white shirt, and sneakers or boots. 
Growe Fish to Farm Dinner Fundraiser Isabelle Farm, 1640 West Baseline Rd, Lafayette, Co 80026,
at 06:00 PM
Growe is doing a farm dinner fundraiser hosted by Isabelle Farm and Jax Fish House. All proceeeds benefit the Garden to Table program in BVSD schools. The menu for this intimate five-course dinner features freshly picked organic produce from Isabelle Farm and is prepared on-site by five of Jax's Fish House most talented chefs. For menu and more info, visit www.growefoundation.org 
Lakewood
2nd Annual Taste of Hope Lakewood, CO
at 07:00 PM
An elegant and fun evening of Wine, Cheese & Chocolate to benefit brain tumor patients and their families, hosted by the Glenn Garcelon Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization. For more info - www.glenngarcelonfoundation.org or call Nancy - 303 887 3091 
Tuesday, September 09
Denver
The Mask Project Inaugural Luncheon Grand Hyatt Denver
at 11:30 AM
A kick-off to The Denver Hospices biennial, month-long Mask Project Exhibit at Cherry Creek Shopping Center. The luncheon features keynote speaker, decorated and retired Navy Seal, Marcus Luttrell, also author of national bestselling novel, Lone Survivor, recently made into a big-screen blockbuster film starring Mark Wahlberg. This fundraising event provides an opportunity to gather the Projects greatest supporters together to celebrate The Denver Hospices services. 
Thursday, September 11
Boulder
Ira Wolf, Zack Joseph, and Woodshed Red - Fall Tour Trident Sandbox Patio Theater
at 07:00 PM
Nashville artists Ira Wolf and Zack Joseph will be performing with Colorado locals Woodshed Red at Trident Booksellers and Cafe Sandbox Patio Theater in Boulder, CO as Part of Ira and Zack's Fall Western Tour.
show starts at 7:00. 
Saturday, September 13
Boulder
An Evening with Steven Wright Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Academy Award winner Steven Wright is a prototype comedian that many others continually try to follow.Steven was a regular performer at Ding Hos Comedy Club. before his break: his first Tonight Show appearance in 1982. The comic soon found himself performing his off-beat routines on Saturday Night Live, Late Night with David Letterman, and numerous trips back to The Tonight Show. Wright expanded his comedy career to include comedy albums, film and television appearances. 
Denver
Walk to Defeat ALS City Park
at 04:00 AM
More than just a few-mile trek, the Walk to Defeat ALS is an opportunity to bring hope to people living with ALS, to raise money for a cure, and to come together for something you care about. The Walk to Defeat ALS is The ALS Associations biggest annual event, which raises funds that allow our local chapters to sustain care services and support research for much of the next year. 
Walk to Defeat ALS City Park
at 09:00 AM
More than just a few-mile, 3K trek, the Walk to Defeat ALS is an opportunity to bring hope to people living with ALS, to raise money for a cure, and to come together for something you care about.It's our favorite time of year and everyone is welcome! You can form a walk team, walk as an individual walker or join the virtual walk. The Walk to Defeat ALS is an all ages, family friendly event. 
Lafayette
Clay Garden Sculpture Workshop With Rita Vali Three Leaf Farm
at noon
You can join local ceramic artist, Rita Vali, for a 3 day workshop learning to make a piece of clay garden art. Bird baths and feeders, totems, and sculptures are just a few of the possibilities!

Day One: Sept 13, 12:00pm-5:00pm
Rita will teach the basics of working with clay and how best to construct your garden art piece.
Day Two: Sept 27, 1:00pm-5:00pm Participants will glaze their pieces.Day Three: Oct 11, 1:00-3:00 pm Participants gather to assemble their pieces. 
Sunday, September 14
Boulder
Boulder Green Streets Ciclovia Boulder Streets
at 04:00 AM
Boulder Green Streets fifth annual Ciclovia will feature several miles of open streets for play. Along the route Green Streets coordinates many zones full of exciting programming for visitors to walk, bike, dance or roll their way between.

The event has been steadily growing with more than 15,000 visitors attending in 2012. 65% of those arrived by alternative means! Were expecting an even bigger turnout this year, but youll have to come out yourself to see just how many! 
Rocky Mountain Brew Runs: Bru Boulder Bru Hanbuilt Ales and Eats
at 10:00 AM
Rocky Mountain Brew runs brings together what runners and walkers of all shapes, sizes, ages and levels love: Beer and running!
Join us spring and summer of 2014 for a 10 series Colorado microbrewery tour where we will run/walk an informal 5k course and finish with an ice cold brew.
Participants will all receive a beer of their choice, a signature pint glass, mug or swag from select breweries.

 
Saturday, September 20
Denver
International Peace day 16th street mall
at 11:00 AM
International Peace Day is a world wide event come celebrate with Denver! This open public event has live music, speakers, a beer garden and activities for the whole family. 
Lafayette
Harvest Equinox Farm Dinner Three Leaf Farm
at 06:00 PM
Celebrate the Equinox and the time of the year when night and day are at their most balanced. You can join us in a delicious celebration of the rich harvest of the fall, as we explore the wide range of gifts from the farm at this time. Executive Chef Brian Horton of The Chautauqua Dining Hall will create an incredible meal of unforgettable farm-fresh foods to make you feel connected to the earth and the local environment. 
Sunday, September 21
Denver
Hop Skip & a Jump Start -- 5K (Stroller-friendly!), Kid Course, Children's Museum of Denver
at 09:00 AM
Lace up your running shoes for the Childrens Museum of Denvers 8th annual family fitness event. Hop, Skip & a Jump Start has a race for every member of the family, including the stroller-friendly 5K along the Platte River, Kid Course (1/4 mile), Toddler Trot (1/8 mile), and an Infant Crawl (10 feet). After the races, enjoy a fun-filled expo with activities for the whole family.

Proceeds from this fundraiser support the Childrens Museum of Denver.

GENERAL INFO:
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Strol 
Monday, September 22
Denver
Family Day Citywide
at 04:00 AM
Dinner is a great opportunity for parents to become engaged in their childrens lives. Family Day which was launched in 2001 by CASAColumbias is a national movement to celebrate parental engagement as an effective tool to help keep Americas kids substance free. On September 22rd The Denver Resource for Awareness and Prevention (DenverRAP) is inviting families and organizations within the community to participate in Family Day by hosting their own family dinner. 
Thursday, September 25
Boulder
Speaking Out Training - Share your stories with youth! Out Boulder Pridehouse
at 05:30 PM
Speaking Out is an all-volunteer Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Allied (LGBTQA) educational speakers bureau. We conduct 2 trainings for the program a year. This is our fall training! A light dinner with be provided.

By utilizing storytelling and personal connections, Speaking Outs mission is to cultivate awareness and understanding of LGBTQA lives and experiences. Panels consist of 4-5 trained volunteers who present their stories, followed by a Q&A session with attendees. 
Friday, September 26
Boulder
Hot Rize featuring Red Knuckles Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:00 PM
Hot Rize -- America's Bluegrass Band rides again.This will be the CD Release Party show for Hot Rize's first studio album in almost twenty five years. Hot Rize has been astounding the bluegrass world with their fresh, contemporary approach to traditional music since 1978, but with only select shows since 1990. This weekend kicks off a busy fall as Hot Rize tours the country to promote their new release, but of course they wanted to share with the hometown folks first. 
Sunday, September 28
Denver
Komen Colorado Race for the Cure Denver Pepsi Center
at 06:00 AM
You can team up for Pink at Komen Colorado Race for the Cure Denver on September 28. Early registration is now open! 
Thursday, October 02
Broomfield
17th Annual Dream-Maker Luncheon Omni Hotel
at 11:30 AM
The 17th Annual Dream-Maker Luncheon is the largest I Have a Dream benefit of the year, which raises awareness and funds to provide educational support for low-income youth (Dreamers) in Boulder County! There will be testimonials from current Dreamers, parents of Dreamers, alumni, and staff members on how I Have a Dream has impacted them. You can learn more about I Have a Dream and how you can get involved as a sponsor, tutor, mentor and more. 
Saturday, October 18
Denver
15th Annual Victorian Ball Diamond Cabaret & Steakhouse
at 07:00 PM

15th Annual Victorian Ball
Colorados Original Costume Mandatory Erotic Party
by Kevin Larson Presents

Sat, October 18, 2014
7 pm - 4 am
Diamond Cabaret - 1222 Glenarm, Denver, CO 80204
21+
The Nationally Renowned Erotic Event
Sold out 14 years!!! 1,200 people!!!

The 15th Annual Victorian Ball will be an artistically erotic event with a maze of ethereal environments, various proclivities and phenomenal performances. Spellbinding immersion into eroticism allowing ones imagination to take wing, 
Sunday, October 19
Littleton
The Great Pumpkin Haul Chatfield Botanic Gardens
at 09:30 AM
The Great Pumpkin Haul is a 2 mile jaunt through forests, open fields, over creeks, hay bales, and through the scenic Botanic Gardens. There is a catch though: you will be covering these two miles carrying your very own personal pumpkin! Thats right. Before the Haul you will have a chance to go pick out your very own pumpkin from Chatfields pumpkin patch (the pumpkin is included with entry). We will weigh it and mark it and you will be ready to go! 
Friday, October 24
Denver
Mile High MMAyhem Infitinity Park
at 06:00 PM
Mile High MMAyhem is a black-tie event benefiting ACE Scholarships. Mile High MMAyhem features a card of MMA bouts culminating in a professional title match as well as a Del Friscos steak dinner, hand-rolled cigars, premium beverages, and exceptional scenery.

ACE Scholarships is a 15-year-old Colorado nonprofit that provides scholarships to children from low-income families in grades K-12.
 
Saturday, November 01
Denver
6th Annual Paranormal Palace Largest Denver Halloween Charity E McNichols Event Center in Civic Center Park
at 04:00 AM
21+
Charity Event!
Downtown Denver!


Mini Haunted House, Dark Corridors and Sinister Rooms! The new McNichols.event space with over 3 floors will be taken over completely with internationally acclaimed performers, artists & decor! This theatrical extravaganza includes 2,500 guests in full attire aiming for the costume contest!!!! 
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