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Friday, May 22
Boulder
25th Anniversary of Car Bombing of Judi Bari & Darryl Cherney Unitarian Universalist Church
at 06:00 PM
The 25th anniversary of the pipe bomb attack on Judi Bari, Darryl Cherney and Earth First! on May 24, 1990 will be commemorated at events in the SF Bay Area, Buffalo NY, BOULDER, COLORADO & other locations. The May 22nd event in Boulder will feature the film "Who Bombed Judi Bari" by Darryl Cherney, music by George Mann, longtime union organizer, anti-war activist and producer of folk and protest music, a potluck & discussion. 
Saturday, May 23
Denver
Planting Seeds of Change State Capitol
at 09:00 AM
Celebrate pollinators, seeds, farmers, and the healthy local foods that nourish. This event will feature experts on bee keeping, gardening, a kid's zone focused on bee and butterfly activities, a seed exchange, live music, and guest speakers. 
Georgetown
2015 Hotel de Paris Museum Tours Hotel de Paris Museum
at 10:00 AM
The site is open daily May 23-September 30, and on weekends October-December 13. Hotel de Paris Museum is situated at 409 6th Street, Georgetown, CO, 80444. ADA accessible. Public parking is located next to the museum. 
Sunday, May 24
Boulder
A Rabbinic View of Human Rights in Israel presented by Rabbi Ari First United Methodist Church
at 04:30 PM
Rabbi Arik Ascherman will introduce Rabbis For Human Rights, some of the issues they care about, and how their positions stem from the Jewish tradition and sources. Rabbis for Human Rights (RHR) is the only rabbinic voice in Israel explicitly dedicated to human rights. Representing over 100 Israeli rabbis and rabbinical students from different streams of Judaism, RHR derives its authority from Jewish tradition and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. 
Tuesday, May 26
Boulder
Boulder Audubon May Program: Sandhills Serenade with Steve Jones Unitarian Universalist Church
at 07:15 PM
Join us for a special evening with Steve Jones, who will regale us with sounds and sights from the Nebraska Sandhills.Covering more than 20,000 square miles, the Nebraska Sandhills comprise the largest remaining expanse of native prairie in North America. Steve will share recent images of wildlife, wildflowers, and dramatic landscapes, accompanied by wild sounds recorded during 400+ nights of camping out in the Sandhills. He'll also give tips on when to visit the area. 
Denver
Hope, Thanks & The Unforgiving Literary Series Dikeou Collection 1615 California St Suite 515
at 07:00 PM
Readings from poets/novelists Lisa Birman and Bhanu Kapil. 
Wednesday, May 27
Boulder
May In-Depth: Finding and Creating Good Clients Boulder Brands, Boulder Brands 1600 Pearl St., 3rd floor confere
at 03:00 PM
This facilitated forum-style interactive discussion about best practices, top traits to look for in a good client, red flags of a bad client, how to get and keep clients on the good path, and how to course correct and mitigate damage when things go badly.
Followed by happy hour at Boulder Brands. 
A Boulder Night in Alaska Dairy Center for the Arts
at 06:00 PM
An evening to benefit the Alaska Wilderness League, whose mission is to lead the effort to preserve wild lands and waters in Alaska by engaging citizens and decision makers with a courageous, constant, victorious voice for Alaska.

With Extreme Ice Survey Director and photographer, James Balog and polar adventurer and educator, Eric Larsen. Learn how you can help preserve Alaska's northern coastal plain and Arctic Refuge in perpetuity.
HOSTED BAR AND RECEPTION AT 6pm, PRESENTATIONS at 7pm
 
Thursday, May 28
Longmont
Zendoodle@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
This summer's Adult Learning Program is DIY: "Dewey" It Yourself. The first event is Learn to Zendoodle with art therapist Ann Noble. Registration is required, please call 303-651-8472 (limit: 30). 
Friday, May 29
Denver
Art for Life Abend Gallery FIne Art
at 06:30 PM
You can join Project Angel Heart for an evening of food, cocktails, and fine art. You'll be able to view and bid on works of art from locally and nationally recognized artists. You'll also get a sneak peek into their creative process as some will draw live models and create paintings and sketches throughout the night for guests to purchase. As you take in the sights, you'll also be able to enjoy delectable appetizers. All proceeds will benefit Project Angel Heart's home-delivered meals progra 
Saturday, May 30
Boulder
RMPJC Book Sale Fundraiser Unity Church
at 04:00 AM
There is a new date for the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center's rescheduled Book Sale. You can support our work to stop the Fast Tracking of the Trans Pacific Partnership, and the TPP in toto! Lots of great books from the libraries of some of Boulder's most well known activists. Stay tuned for rain date in case of inclement weather. 
RMPJC Book Sale Fundraiser Unity Church
at 08:00 AM
We ask your support of the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center Book Sale. Support our work to stop the Fast Tracking of the Trans Pacific Partnership, and the TPP in toto! Lots of great books from the libraries of some of Boulder's most well known activists. You can catch amazing literature! 
Sunday, May 31
Denver
film: ceddo Mercury Cafe
at 02:00 AM
This film portrays the conflict and local resistance created when both Christianity and Islam expanded into Senegal and West Africa. A social satire about cultural continuity and the threat of displacement. Directed by Ousmane Sembene, considered the Father of African Cinema. 120 minutes. In Wolof and French with English subtitles. 
Jamestown
Bring Back Beauty to Jamestown - Planting Day Town of Jamestown
at 08:45 AM
Plant donations from the Garden to Garden project will be arriving in town and we would love your help in planting them with residents!
We need volunteers to do it! Please sign up to schedule your group for Sunday, May 31st. 
Nederland
SkillShare Mountain Summer Potluck Private Residence, Ridge Road
at 01:00 PM
You can learn about Timebanking and SkillShare at this potluck for Nederland and mountain residents. Timebanking is an international movement using an alternative currency called TimeDollars. Open to all. From 1 to 4 pm. Call 720-771-1254 for more info.

 
Monday, June 01
Boulder
SkillShare New Member Orientation Unity Church
at noon
It's Boulder's TimeBank! SkillShare allows trading services through time credits (known as TimeDollars) which constitute an alternative currency. For every hour you spend doing something for someone in the SkillShare community, you earn one TimeDollar. Then you have one TimeDollar to spend on having someone do something for you. For info, visit www.skillsharenetwork.org or call 720-295-8814 and leave a message. Potential members need to register to attend this orientation. 
Longmont
Longmont Startup Week Longmont,CO
at 04:00 AM
This is a week long public event for Longmont and neighboring communities. This community sponsored event is happening primarily because of the hundreds of volunteers giving freely their time and energy. If you go to Longmontstartupweek you can find out all about it. It's all about local people getting the support and help they need to create their dreams. The schedule of speakers, and other fun events is on the web site. 
Tuesday, June 02
Boulder
Folk Dancing on the Plaza Boulder Municipal Plaza
at 07:00 PM
There's a fabulous community folk dance, Tuesday evening, 7-10 pm, outside on the plaza beside the Dushanbe Tea House in Boulder. Folk dances from around the world are taught and danced. No partner needed. No experience needed. More info: 303-499-6363. 
Xavier Rudd & The United Nations Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Since the very beginning, Xavier Rudd's ability to connect with people has been his most powerful gift. The more he has toured the world, the more hearts he has touched and the more of the world he has put back into his music. Now, fronting a band aptly named The United Nations, Xavier Rudd has assembled a line-up of musicians from around the world as a one-people musical force. 
Wednesday, June 03
Boulder
The Bicycle Thief Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
More than 60 years since its original release, The Bicycle Thief (1948) continues to maintain its position as one of the greatest films ever made. In 2002, it was ranked as the sixth best film of all time by a directors top ten poll conducted by Sight & Sounds Magazine. Some argue that the film resonates even more strongly today than ever as the world overcomes what many consider the biggest economic crisis since The Great Depression. 
Thursday, June 04
Denver
How to Understand the Mind Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado, 1081 Marion St. Denver, CO 8
at 07:00 PM
Free Book Talk on Geshe Kelsang Gyatso's book "How to Understand the Mind" June 4, 2015, 7pm at the Barnes and Noble Booksellers, Glendale Colorado.
What is the mind? How does it work to understand objects? Where do negative minds come from? How can we improve our concentration and other peaceful minds? What is an enlightened mind? Kadam Lucy James, Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado, will answer these questions, and many more.
 
How to Understand the Mind: The Nature and Power of the Mind Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado, 1081 Marion St. Denver, CO 8
at 07:00 PM
Kadam Lucy James will be giving a free public talk on Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatsos newest book How to Understand the Mind. Lucy is the resident teacher at the Kadampa Meditation Center of Colorado and a senior student of Geshe Kelsang who has written over 22 books on Buddhism. In this talk, Kadam Lucy will introduce the concepts of Buddhist psychology explained in the book How to Understand the Mind. June 4, 2015, 7pm Barnes & Noble Bookstore 960 S. Colorado Blvd, Glendale, CO 
Longmont
Island on Fire@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Authors Alexandra Witze and Jeff Kanipe will discuss their book "Island on Fire: The Extraordinary Story of Laki, The Forgotten Volcano That Changed The World." Books will be available for purchase. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, June 05
Denver
An Evening of Responsible Fashion with Arrowroot Fancy Tiger Clothing
at 06:00 PM
Arrowroot is a Denver based line of womens clothing designed for those who embrace minimalism, appreciate vintage & seek out fashion that is responsibly produced. After launching in April 2014, theybegan working with Mi Esperanza, a non-profit in Hondurasdedicated to the educational, financial & spiritual development of women living in extreme poverty. Join us for the launch of their Summer 2015 Collection Friday June 5th from 6pm-9pm atFancy Tiger Clothing, 55 Broadway, Denver. 
Lafayette
The "I Have Dream" Foundation's 13th Annual Golf Tournament Indian Peaks Golf Course, Lafayette
at 06:45 AM
The "I Have Dream" Foundation's 13th Annual Golf Tournament
Friday, June 5, 2015 6:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Indian Peaks Golf Course, Lafayette

Our golf packages include: a continental breakfast, green fees, golfer contests, on-course beverages, and gift bag. At the conclusion of play, players will be provided with a fantastic awards luncheon. The "I Have a Dream" Golf Tournament was founded in 2003 to help a group of low-income Lafayette children achieve their dream of a brighter future. 
Saturday, June 06
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
The Boulder Public Library and Parks & Recreation Present: Summe Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 01:00 PM
You can join us for an afternoon of hands-on activities designed to be nature-inspired, educational, and fun for all ages! Magic show with Erica Sodos, music with Amelie Trio, DJ Drake, and Jeff & Paige. Drum workshops, stilt walking lessons, STEAM activities, Nature Play, photo booth, bubbles, ice-cream and more. 
Louisville
Animation Workshop - Entry-Level Animation for a new kind of Sto DaVinci Institute
at 08:15 AM
Have you ever thought you might be good at doing animations?

Alice is an innovative 3D programming environment that makes it easy to create an animation for telling a story or playing an interactive game. Developed at Carnegie Mellon University, the Alice platform makes it fun and easy to create animated stories, movies, games, and much more.

Join us for this one-day workshop on creating animations, and gauge your own interest in becoming a professional animator.
 
Loveland
Hot Cars Cool Nights 4th Street, Downtown Loveland
at 10:00 AM
You can step back in time at Hot Cars Cool Nights June 6 in downtown Loveland, Colorado and embrace the nostalgia of vintage Americana where craftsmanship, innovation and small town values collide. We'll celebrate the spirit of American freedom with hundreds of unique pre-1973 hot rods and classic cars from all over Colorado and across the nation, a craft beer garden featuring local Loveland craft breweries, a classy pinup girl contest, epic entertainment, a Kids Zone and more. 
Sunday, June 07
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Monday, June 08
Denver
Bluff Lake Nature Center Summer Camps Bluff Lake Nature Center
at 09:00 AM
You can explore science and nature outside at Bluff Lake. Ages 6-12. Weekly camps 6/8-7/30, flexible drop-off time, off-site Excursions for some weeks. Early registration (Feb. 1-28), multiple children/weeks. More information online. 
Tuesday, June 09
Boulder
Free HIV Testing in the Month of June Boulder and Longmont
at 11:30 AM
In recognition of National HIV Testing Day, Boulder County Public Health and Boulder County AIDS Project are providing rapid, confidential, and anonymous HIV tests to anyone throughout the month of June 2015. www.bouldercountyhiv.org 
Longmont
Backyard Benefit Dinner Post Brewing Co
at 06:30 PM
This is a summer evening, seated alongside friends at a community table in the backyard of Post Brewing. Executive Chef Brett Smith will be creating some special Fresh from the Farm dishes to accompany the sessionable, down-right delicious brews that Brewmaster Bryan Selders will showcase during the dinner. Tickets are inclusive of food, wine, beer and gratuity. This is a 21 and older event. Tix at www.growefoundation.org 
Louisville
Night with a Futurist The Belonging Revolution DaVinci Institute
at 06:30 PM
Have you ever moved into a neighborhood and felt like you didnt quite belong there? Maybe everyone else seemed more involved in social events and gatherings, but you always seemed to be left out?

This is exactly the issue being tackled in Longmont, spearheaded by an unlikely duo - Public Safety Director/Chief of Police, Mike Butler and community activist and former Mayor Pro-tem, Dan Benavidez.

 
Wednesday, June 10
Boulder
The Boulder Public Library Concert Series Presents: Midday Music Boulder Library: Main Branch
at noon
Join Jesse Manno (oud), Michael Stanwood (didgeridoo), James Hoskins (cello), Brett Bowen (percussion), Dexter Payne (woodwinds) and Jenna Woods (zils), for an hour of beautifully improvised music.

Free -- Thanks to the Boulder Library Foundation 
Chicago Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
With live musical accompaniment by The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra.
The film on which all subsequent musicals were based, Chicago (1927) recounts the true story of Beulah Annan, fictionalized as Roxie Hart, and her spectacular murder of her boyfriend. 
Denver
Bayaud Enterprises Family Health Fair 2015 333 W. Bayaud Ave Denver CO 80223
at 11:00 AM
Bayaud Enterprises would like to welcome the Denver community to our Healthy Family Fair on Wednesday June 10, 2015. We are encouraging members of the Denver Metro area to come for a day of health-related fun and learn about health services available to the community. The event will be held from 11 am to 2 pm. This event will take place at 333 W. Bayaud Ave. During the event there will be workshops, games, raffles, exhibitors, and stuff! Meet Miles the Mascot! 
Thursday, June 11
Denver
Stray Cat Strut Holiday Inn Denver East
at 06:00 PM
You can join Divine Feline for an evening of live music and delicious hors doeuvres and desserts. Then you can browse our auction while tipping back a signature cat-themed cocktail or two!

Funds raised at this event will support and enhance Divine Feline's mission of promoting the health and welfare of all cats by providing quality and accessible spay/neuter services. Tickets may be purchased at www.thefelinefix.org or call 303-202-3516 for info. 
Longmont
Basic Home Repair@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Dewey-It-Yourself workshops continue with Basic Home Repair. Ryan and associates of Budget Home Supply will demonstrate basic electrical, plumbing and painting skills. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, June 12
Boulder
Open Mic and Karaoke Night at Unity! Unity Church
at 07:00 PM
The Young Adults of Unity are sponsoring an Open Mic Night and Karaoke Party at Unity Friday June 12, 2015 at 7:00 - 9:00pm. All ages are welcome! Childcare is available. You can bring a snack and whatever you'd like to drink. (Beer or wine is great!). 
Keller Williams & The Keels Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Since he first appeared on the scene in the early 90s, Williams has defined the term independent artist. And his recordings tell only half the story. Keller built his reputation initially on his engaging live performances, no two of which are ever alike. For most of his career he has performed solo. His stage shows are rooted around Keller singing his compositions and choice cover songs, while accompanying himself on acoustic guitar. 
Saturday, June 13
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
The Weepies Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
In celebration of their new album Sirens to be released by Nettwerk worldwide on April 28, the Weepies will be heading out on tour for the first time in five years, joining us in the Chautauqua Auditorium on June 13. 
Longmont
TGS/STEPS Roundup at the Ranch STEPS Sanctuary Ranch
at 02:00 AM
You can dust off your boots, grab your cowboy hat and spend the afternoon at the ranch! Temple Grandin School and the STEPS Sanctuary Ranch invite you to a fun filled family-oriented fundraiser. There will be meet-the-horses tours, childrens activities, silent auction, live music and dinner.

for more info: events@templegrandinschool.org / 303.775.8117
TICKETS /SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg? 
Sunday, June 14
Boulder
Urban Assault Ride Taxi Events
at 09:00 AM
URBAN ASSAULT RIDE one of the BIGGEST Bike Obstacle Races where
riders hit checkpoints all over the city, taking on RAD obstacles at each stop! A
huge PARTY follows with BEER, MUSIC, CONTESTS and
RAFFLE.
You can join THE FUN, CHOOSE YOUR CITY & SIGN UP
 
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Wednesday, June 17
Boulder
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
With live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano. The 1927 Hitchcock thriller The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog is described as the film that paved the way for Hitchcocks later work by revealing his psychological attraction to the association between sex and murder. 
Friday, June 19
Boulder
Ry Cooder - Sharon White - Ricky Skaggs Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
In a most exceptional pairing, master multi-instrumentalists Ry Cooder and Ricky Skaggs come alive on stage to deliver a revelatory program of blues, gospel, and bluegrass. They are joined by Sharon White, one of the purest voices in country music, Joachim Cooder on drums, and Mark Fain on bass with occasional guest performances by Buck White. 
Fort Collins
Dead Floyd Mishawaka Amphitheatre
at 08:00 PM
With special guest Good Gravy
Opening act Better than Bacon
Friday, June 19th, 2015 8:00 PM (Doors at 6:00)

Dead Floyd is a celebration of the music of two of rock and rolls greatest bands, The Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd, mashed together into one high-energy, unpredictable show. Drawing from both extensive catalogs of music, the Dead Floyd performances include early rarities to modern classics and everything in between. The love of the music of both bands inspires Dead Floyd 
Saturday, June 20
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Member Appreciation Party Community Cycles
at 06:00 PM
New Date! This annual celebration thanks members for supporting Community Cycles' programs and advocacy efforts to make bicycling better in Boulder.
Celebrate a culture of cycling, check out the changes at the shop, hear about our advocacy wins and next steps, meet fellow bicyclists and celebrate bikes!
Food, local brews (Oscar Blues and New Planet), Wine, door prizes, silent auction, music and bike games! The event is free to members, with discounted memberships available at the door. 
Golden
VegFest Colorado Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 10:00 AM
VegFest Colorado is a 2 day health and environmental fair. This event features renowned speakers on health, diet, compassion, and environmental issues. VegFest Colorado also features expert chefs demonstrating how to prepare delicious healthful plant-based and vegan dishes. Additional activities include food sampling, restaurants, commercial & non-profit vendors, fun for the kids and more.
VegFest Colorado has been selected as One Green Planets top ten must attend VegFests in the United States 
Sunday, June 21
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Tuesday, June 23
Boulder
Gordon Lightfoot: 50 Years on the Carefree Highway Tour Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
After 50 active years of hit song making and international album sales well into the multi-millions, it's safe to say that esteemed singer-songwriter and musician Gordon Lightfoot resides with some very exclusive company atop the list of all-time greats. But this year is special for the legendary artist who embarks on a tour entitled "Gordon Lightfoot - 50 Years On The Carefree Highway" that features his well-known hits as well as some deep album cuts for the die-hard fans. 
Wednesday, June 24
Boulder
Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:00 PM
With live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano.The beautiful 1916 film adaptation Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, based on the Broadway play (1912) of the beloved fairy tale, was recently restored by the National Film Preservation Foundation. 
Friday, June 26
Boulder
Margaret Cho Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Comedian Margaret Cho has always been the Agent Provocateur of stand up. Never one to shy away from a difficult, or even taboo topic, there is no subject off limits. Her socially aware brand of comedy has made her both a thought leader and teacher to those with open minds and open hearts.

An accomplished performer in all formats, Cho could be called the Queen of all Media, having conquered the worlds of film, television, books and theatre. 
Fort Collins
Robert Randolph and The Family Band with Special Guests the Ston Mishawaka Amphitheatre
at 08:00 PM
Friday June 26th, 2015 8:00 PM (Doors at 6:00)

When Robert Randolph talks about his new album, Lickety Split, a few words come up over and over"joy," "freedom," "energy." Which is no surprise, really, because those are the same things that immediately spring into a listener's mind when these twelve tracks from the virtuoso pedal steel guitarist and his longtime accompanists, the Family Band, explode out of the speakers.

"My thing is really upbeat, uptempo, with great guitar riffs," says Rando 
Saturday, June 27
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 02:00 PM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Fort Collins
Colorado Brewers' Festival Washington Park & CIvic Center Park in Fort Collins
at 11:00 AM
This iconic annual event is the largest outdoor brewing festival in Colorado and one of the highest profile events of its kind in the nation, drawing over 20,000 people into Downtown Fort Collins. The weekend features 100+ Colorado beers, over 50 Colorado breweries, live music, dozens of vendors and food trucks, and an interactive "Beer School" with tastings and demonstrations.

Dates: June 27 (Saturday) and 28 (Sunday) from 11am-5pm
Location: Downtown Fort Collins 
Sunday, June 28
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 02:00 PM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Tuesday, June 30
Boulder
Steamboat Bill Jr. Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
With live musical accompaniment by The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra. The 1928 Steamboat Bill Jr. is Buster Keatons final independent production before he was hired by MGM and is a comic masterpiece that represents the full breadth of its makers remarkable talents. 
Thursday, July 02
Bellvue
Everyone Orchestra Mishawaka Amphitheatre
at 08:00 PM
Thursday July 2nd, 2015 8:00
(Doors at 6:00)
With Opening Act: Genetics

The Everyone Orchestra conductor/founder Matt Butler has taken its participants, both on stage and off, on improvisational journeys with the most diverse of lineups at festivals, theaters and philanthropic events both nationally and internationally. A laundry list of hundreds of musicians, dancers, singers, guest conductors and community organizations have embraced the experience of EO in single shots of musical adrenalin 
Boulder
Ignite Boulder Chautauqua Auditorium
at 06:00 PM
Ignite Boulder is a night of geeky presentations with a twist. Presenting on a subject of their choice, speakers have exactly five minutes to teach something, enlighten us or simply inspirebacked by 20 slides auto-advancing every 15 seconds. 
Monday, July 06
Boulder
Nosferatu Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
With live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano. Rather than depicting Dracula as a shape-shifting monster or debonair gentleman, Murnaus vampire depicted in his 1922 film is a nightmarish, spidery creature with a bulbous head and talon-like claws perhaps the most genuinely disturbing incarnation of vampirism yet envisioned. 
Wednesday, July 08
Boulder
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra featuring Wynton Marsalis Chautauqua Auditorium
at 09:00 PM
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO), comprising 15 of the finest jazz soloists and ensemble players today, has been the Jazz at Lincoln Center resident orchestra since 1988. Featured in all aspects of Jazz at Lincoln Centers programming, this remarkably versatile orchestra performs and leads educational events in New York, across the U.S. and around the globe, in concert halls, dance venues, jazz clubs, public parks, and with symphony orchestras, ballet troupes, local students and more. 
Friday, July 10
Bellvue
EOTO with Special Guests Mishawaka Amphitheatre
at 08:00 PM
Opening Act: TBD
Friday July 10th, 2015 8:00 PM
(Doors at 6:00)
All Improvised Electronic Music

A live band on hi-tech hyperdrive, EOTO has forged new territory in the electronic dance music movement. Locked and loaded with computers, loopers, midi controllers, routers, software, mixers, and the latest in music technology, multi-instrumentalist Michael Travis and percussionist/vocalist, Jason Hann have sent a speeding bullet through the electronic dance community 
Longmont
Acoustic Eidolon Concert to benefit Colorado Chapter Pilots for LifeBridge Christian Church
at 06:00 PM
Acoustic Eidolon performs to benefit the Colorado Chapter Pilots for Christ, a 501 c3 charity providing transportation to those in need. Our 100% volunteer members donate their time and aircraft to transport those in health & financial need.
Tickets:
http://pilotsforchrist.com/

Links:
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Saturday, July 11
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Why Worry? Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Starring Harold Lloyd with live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano. Why Worry? (1923) follows the young, wealthy Harold (Harold Lloyd) who fancies himself sick, when in fact he is perfectly fine. In an effort to heal himself, he sails to the small, nearby island of El Paradiso. 
Sunday, July 12
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Monday, July 13
Boulder
Boz Scaggs Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Fans who have followed Scaggs remarkable career dating back to the late Sixties with the Steve Miller Band; his solo triumphs with such classic albums as Silk Degrees (1976) and Middle Man (1980); and the splendid assurance of late-period high points like Some Change (1994) and Dig (2001), will instantly recognize Scaggs characteristically deft touch as a singer. 
Tuesday, July 14
Boulder
Patty Griffin, Mavis Staples & Amy Helm Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Don't miss this unforgettable evening of music of three separate sets by three incredible women. Patty Griffin, Mavis Staples and Amy Helm. 
Wednesday, July 15
Boulder
Indigo Girls Chautauqua Auditorium
at 09:00 PM
Summer at Chautauqua wouldn't be complete without the Indigo Girls and we are pleased to welcome Amy and Emily back for their ninth visit to our historic stage - their only Front Range stop this summer!

The Indigo Girls recently completed a new studio album, "One Lost Day," which will be released June 2nd. Ticket buyers will receive a free download of their new album. 
Saturday, July 18
Boulder
Bill Maher CU - Macky Auditorium
at 04:00 AM
8pm / 18+ 
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Peter Kater & R. Carlos Nakai Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
After recording many successful solo projects, R. Carlos Nakai and Peter Kater began collaborating together in 1989 with their first recordings, Natives and Migration. Several million CD sales and 21 combined Grammy Award nominations later, the release of their recent Ritual recording has put them back on the road again performing their unique hybrid style of innovative contemporary instrumental music. 
Sunday, July 19
Bellvue
Jurassic 5 Mishawaka Amphitheatre
at 08:00 PM
Jurassic 5 debuted nationally in 1995 from TVT Records with their first single, "Unified Rebelution". Jurassic 5 released their first record, Jurassic 5 EP, in 1997. After Jurassic 5 put out their first record, it "cemented their position in the 1990s alternative hip hop movement, alongside artists such as Company Flow, Black Star and Kool Keith." The group later signed to Interscope Records and the EP was repackaged with additional tracks and released in December 1998 with a full-length LP 
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Wednesday, July 22
Boulder
People on Sunday Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
With live musical accompaniment by The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra. Hailed as a work of genius, the 1930 People on Sunday (Menschen am Sonntag) is notable not only for its portrayal of daily life in Berlin shortly before Adolf Hitler became Chancellor, but also as an early work of future Hollywood writer and director Billy Wilder. 
Saturday, July 25
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Sunday, July 26
Boulder
Little Red and Her Feisty Friends Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 11:00 AM
Join Little Red Riding Hood and her empowered pals as they make waves across Fairytale Land. Written by local actress, playwright and teaching artist Patti Murtha, this brand new adaptation of classic characters from all over the world will have you laughing and learning with these feisty friends all the way down the trail. Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from Little Red & Her Feisty Friends are performed along the way. 
Tuesday, July 28
Boulder
Captain Montalvan: Tuesday Tucks Me In Chautauqua Community House
at 02:00 PM
Accompanied by his very best friend and Golden Retriever service dog, Tuesday, former U.S. Army Captain and New York Times bestselling author, Luis Carlos Montalvn will present their highly acclaimed childrens book, "Tuesday Tucks Me In," in a dynamic, interactive read-a-long program. 
Captain Montalvan: Until Tuesday Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
Former U.S. Army Captain and New York Times bestselling author, Luis Carlos Montalvn will present his bestseller "Until Tuesday," accompanied by his service dog and Golden Retriever "Tuesday." 
Wednesday, July 29
Boulder
Three Ages Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Starring Buster Keaton, with live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano. The first feature Buster Keaton wrote, directed, produced and starred in, the 1923 Three Ages is a brilliant historical satire. Structured like three inter-cut short films, Three Ages is a silent comedy of epic proportions, teeming with inventive flourishes. 
Monday, August 03
Boulder
Ziggy Marley: The Fly Rasta Tour Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
A seven-time Grammy Award winner, Emmy winner, humanitarian, singer, songwriter and producer, Ziggy Marley has released 12 albums to much critical acclaim. His early immersion into music came at age 10 when he sat in on recording sessions with his father, Bob Marley. 
Wednesday, August 05
Boulder
Melissa Etheridge: This Is M.E. Solo Chautauqua Auditorium
at 09:00 PM
Academy Award and Grammy-Award winning artist, Melissa Etheridge will take the stage for a solo performance of songs from her new album, This is M.E., as well as some of her greatest hits like Come to My Window, Im The Only One and I Want To Come Over. Known for her iconic voice, profound lyrics and riveting stage presence, Melissa will share personal stories about her remarkable journey through life and the inspiration behind some of her most beloved songs. 
Saturday, August 08
Boulder
Dave Foreman: Man Swarm: How Overpopulation is Killing the Wild Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
Renowned visionary conservationist and global thinker Dave Foreman will join us to discuss his latest book addressing overpopulation and its impact on wildlife and wetlands, "Man Swarm." Dave will discuss the book and share his findings that argue only by stabilizing and reducing human population can we stop wrecking the Earth. 
Wednesday, August 12
Boulder
Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Starring Rudolph Valentino, with live musical accompaniment by Hank Troy, piano & Steve Mullins, guitar. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse had a huge cultural impact when first released in 1921, becoming the top-grossing film of the year, beating out Charlie Chaplins The Kid. The film turned then little-known Rudolph Valentino into a superstar. 
Friday, August 14
Boulder
Michael McDonald Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Two notes. Thats all it takes to recognize the voice of Michael McDonald. Distinctive and soulful, it is one of the most yearningly emotive instruments of our times. To this, add formidable songwriting and keyboard skills, and you have an artist who has been a singular musical presence for four decades. 
Saturday, August 15
Boulder
Robert Cray Band Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Robert Crays This Time the first studio album on singer-songwriter-guitarist Crays own imprint Nozzle Records, distributed by Vanguard Records arrives at a vital juncture in the musicians career, marked by creative renewal and a key reunion with an old performing partner. 
Monday, August 17
Boulder
The Trail of 98 Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
With live musical accompaniment by The Silent Cinema Trio. The 1928 film The Trail of 98 captures and brings to life local Colorado history on the silver screen with remarkable visuals.

Partly filmed at Rollins Pass and other Colorado locations, as well as Alaska, this epic film follows fortune hunters from all over the country who rush into the Klondike in 1897 to seek their fortunes in gold, and are tested by many hardships along the way. 
Friday, August 21
Boulder
Steve Earle & The Dukes Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Steve Earle has been described as having mastered and making the most of his voice a voice weathered by hard touring over the decades. He sounds raw, ragged and real, backed by a band whose time on the road hasnt worn away a looseness that seems to suit these new tunes, Rolling Stone writer Andrew Leahey writes of Steve Earle and The Dukes sixteenth studio album, Terraplane (released February 2015). 
Tuesday, August 25
Boulder
The Great Dictator Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
The Great Dictator (1940) is Charlie Chaplins first talkie and satirical political comedy, which he directed, scored, produced and stars in. The film offers a stirring, controversial condemnation of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolinis fascism, anti-Semitism, and the Nazis. 
Saturday, August 29
Boulder
GreenBeerFest in Boulder, CO Bandshell
at 02:00 PM
Now in its 3rd year, our home grown one day festival invites farmers, makers (DIYers) and hula hoop shakers to come out and unite with Boulder environmentalists to promote all the necessary and fun uses for clean water! As man water aka Colorado craft beer is usually the inspiration behind lively conversation and epic dance moves, well be sure to feature some great local breweries (and indie bands) as well. 
Tuesday, September 01
Boulder
Punch Brothers Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Described by the New York Times as "American country-classical chamber music, the Punch Brothers (Chris Thile (mandolin), Gabe Witcher (fiddle/violin), Noam Pikelny (banjo), Chris Eldridge (guitar), and Paul Kowert (bass)) will make their first appearance on the historic Chautauqua stage to showcase their T Bone Burnett-produced album, The Phosphorescent Blues. 
Saturday, September 12
Boulder
Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble: Passages Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Passages will celebrate the ensembles 45 years of dance in Colorado and around the world. The Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble brings both cutting edge and traditional modern dance repertoire to the Chautauqua stage. 
Greeley
Superhero Run St. Michael's Town Square
at 08:30 AM
Come dressed as your favorite Superhero or just as yourself! This beautiful course begins and ends at St. Michaels Town Square and runs through surrounding neighborhoods. The 5K race is certified and will be Chip Timed by 5 Star Timing. Prizes for top 3 male and female overall finishers, Best Costume prizes, Age Group awards, and team prizes. 5K and 1K distances for walkers and runners. Fantastic Kids' Fun Run is for children 6 and under. Enjoy a family carnival after 
Wednesday, September 16
Boulder
Distinguished Research Lecture - Zoya Popovic CU - Glenn Miller Ballroom
at 04:00 PM
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is pleased to announce that this year's Distinguished Research Lecturer will be Professor Zoya Popovic of the College of Engineering, Computer, Electrical and Energy Engineering Department. The title of her lecture "The Wireless World: 50 cell phones sold per second!" will be presented on Wednesday, September 16, 2015.

Many of us just turn on our cell phones to find out where we are or what we are doing next. The information gets to us how? 
Thursday, September 17
Boulder
Reel Rock 10 Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
In its landmark 10th year, REEL ROCK is kicking off the 2015 world tour at Chautauqua Auditorium. This year's REEL ROCK Film Tour features exclusive premieres of short films by REEL ROCK co-founders Sender Films and Big UP Productions that tell the stories of the most exciting vertical action from the past year. 
Friday, September 18
Boulder
Reel Rock 10 Chautauqua Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
In its landmark 10th year, REEL ROCK is kicking off the 2015 world tour at Chautauqua Auditorium. This year's REEL ROCK Film Tour features exclusive premieres of short films by REEL ROCK co-founders Sender Films and Big UP Productions that tell the stories of the most exciting vertical action from the past year. 
Saturday, September 19
Boulder
John Hiatt & The Combo / The Taj Mahal Trio Chautauqua Auditorium
at 08:00 PM
Known for captivating crowds with his exceptional guitar performances and enthusiasm, Hiatt is called ...one of rocks most astute singer-songwriters of the last 40 years by the Los Angeles Times, and continues to write brilliant character studies, with entertaining storylines, cunning lyrics and wry humor. 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. 
Friday, September 25
Boulder
NAS: Time is Illmatic Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
Twenty years after the release of Nas' groundbreaking debut album Illmatic, this 2014 documentary "Nas: Time is Illmatic" takes us into the heart of his creative process. Returning to his childhood home in Queensbridge, Nas shares stories of his upbringing, his influences from the music of his jazz musician father Olu Dara to the burgeoning hip-hop scene in New York City and the obstacles he faced before his major label signing at age 19. 
Friday, October 09
Boulder
Wrenched Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
"Wrenched" captures the passing of the monkey wrench from the pioneers of eco-activism to the new generation which will carry Edward Abbey's legacy into the 21st century. 
Saturday, October 10
Evergreen
A Taste of the Foothills - Fall Family Festival Marshdale Elementary School
at 10:00 AM
It's the second annual A Taste of the Foothills Fall Family Festival in beautiful Evergreen, Colorado! Attendees enjoy incredible food trucks, arts, crafts, family and children activities, live music, silent auction, radio control cars, jump house maze, and much more! This is a very popular event, and we invite you to join the fun. 
Monday, October 19
Boulder
A Tour of the History of the Universe Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Professor Jeremy Darling will give a brief tour of the history and contents of the universe, emphasizing how we know what we know, how we got here and what's next for our cosmos. Darling is an associate professor in the Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences and a fellow in the Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy at the University of Colorado, Boulder. 
Monday, November 16
Boulder
Hubble Discovers Spiral Galaxy Halos Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
John Stocke of the University of Colorado Boulders Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences Department will discuss how understanding how the material within galaxy halos in many ways is the missing link in galaxy evolution that we need to understand in detail in order to have a complete picture of this evolutionary process. 
Wednesday, December 02
Boulder
Thomas Andrews: Coyote Valley: Deep History in the High Rockies Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Thomas Andrews newest historical work, "Coyote Valley: Deep History in the High Rockies," offers a meditation on the environmental and historical pressures that have shaped and reshaped one small stretch of North America, from the last ice age to the latest controversies over climate change and the advent of the Anthropocene. 
Monday, December 14
Boulder
Black Holes Inside and Out Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Buckle up for a trip with University of Colorado Professor Andrew Hamilton, as he takes us where no man has gone before into the guts of black holes using a real-time, interactive Black Hole Flight Simulator. 
Thursday, December 31
Denver
6th Annual White Rose Gala NYE Party in Denver Ellie Caulkins Opera House - Denver Performing Arts Complex
at 09:00 PM
Ring in New Years Eve in Denver with Class and Style as you enjoy the Roaring 20s Theme!


Flapper dresses, sequins and fedoras for NYE?!? A high end, elegant Charity event, the White Rose Gala will be a night of living theater, where you are a part of a wondrous musical and theatrical performance. Slip back to the Roaring 20s and celebrate New Years Eve with the classic elegance of art deco decor from the period where style was the only way to swing. 
Monday, January 11
Boulder
NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter: Whats Inside the Giant Plane Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Dr. Fran Bagenal, a professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences and Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado, Boulder, will discuss how Juno will help us take a giant step forward in our understanding of how giant planets form and the role these titans played in putting together the rest of the solar system. 
Monday, February 22
Boulder
Discovering the Structure of the Milky Way Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Dr. Jason Glenn, director of the University of Colorado at Boulders Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy, will discuss what we have learned about the structure of our Milky Way, giving context from historical developments and culminating in exciting recent measurements that promise to yield a precise description of our galaxy. 
Thursday, February 25
Denver
Intro to Studio Production 700 Kalamath St.
at 06:00 PM
Make your own TV show! The Intro to Studio Production Workshop will use two evenings (February 25th and 26th) to cover basic use of all studio equipment, including camera operations, lighting theory, color, and audio mixing, as well as control-room equipment, such as the studio switcher, audio mixer, and camera controls. Participants will be required to volunteer on one real-world studio shoot before receiving certification, after which DOM members will be certified to use both DOM studios. 
Monday, March 14
Boulder
Astronomy of Machu Picchu & the Inca World Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
In 2003, Dr. Kim Malville, a professor with the University of Colorado Boulders Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences, and her team rediscovered the site of Llactapata and its remarkable sun temple, which overlooks Machu Picchu and is oriented to the June solstices sunrise. Dr. Malville will retell her rediscovery of Llactapata and the astronomy secrets it revealed. 
Thursday, March 17
Boulder
Distinguished Research Lecture - Doug Seals CU - Glenn Miller Ballroom
at 04:00 PM
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is pleased to announce that this year's Distinguished Research Lecturer will be Professor Doug Seals of the College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Integrative Physiolog. Dr. Seals will be presenting his lecture on Thursday, March 17, 2016.

Professor Seals' exemplary scholarship and service reflect the best the university has to offer. You can mark your calendars for Thursday, March 17, 2016, from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m., in UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom 
Monday, April 11
Boulder
A Tour of the Weird Moons of Saturn Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
This evenings discussion will explore the worlds of Enceladus and Titan, along with their neighbors, and will highlight some of Cassinis new discoveries and new questions these findings have raised. Dr. Carly Howett, a senior research scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder will lead this discussion. 
Monday, May 02
Boulder
NASAs MAVEN Mission Wrap up Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
This evenings talk, presented by Nick Schneider, the lead of MAVENs Remote Sensing Team, will recap MAVENs primary mission and its findings about how the Sun and solar wind have stripped away Mars atmosphere over billions of years. 
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