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Monday, January 26
Finding Ourselves in Stories: How Good Work Happens With Collabo CU-Boulder, Eaton Humanities 1B80
at 06:00 PM
Dan and Deb Morrison, faculty members at the University of Oregons School of Journalism and Communication, will present on their latest project, Science & Memory, which took four professors and 19 journalism and advertising students to Alaskas Copper River Delta to research and report on climate change. Information on this project can be found at and

Deborah Morrisons specialty is the role of creativity in productivity 
Sutherland Seminar Series: Diagnosis Part 1: Bipolar Disorders CU-Muenzinger Psychology Building E214
at 06:00 PM
Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.

Diagnosis Part 1: Bipolar Disorders:
A review of the formal criteria for bipolar disorders, including the differences between bipolar I vs. bipolar II. We also will discuss how bipolar disorders are diagnosed. 
Search for our Cosmic Origins Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
New measurements of the acceleration of the universe, precise measurements of the light from the moment the universe became transparent, and mapping of the distribution of matter on cosmic scales have revolutionized the search for our cosmic origins. Professor James Green will outline the observational case for the current cosmological paradigm, placing it in the context of Einsteins theory of general relativity and will detail the development of the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph (COS).
Tuesday, January 27
Ferguson: Why? University of Colorado
at 06:30 PM
Hale Science Building, Room 270
University of Colorado Boulder, 1350 Pleasant Street (Broadway and Pleasant)

A Social Sciences Today Forum
- Hillary Potter, Department of Ethnic Studies
- Michaele Ferguson, Department of Political Science
- Joanne Belknap, Department of Sociology
Speakers will examine the way race, ethnicity, politics, policing and the law contribute to the events in Ferguson, Missouri. Get the real story behind the protests. 
Boulder Audubon program-There Is No Sex like Insects! Unitarian Universalist Church
at 07:15 PM
The BCAS monthly program takes an entertaining look at the wild, wondrous, and often wacky world of "bug sex." Colorado entomologist Dr. Mike Weissmann will present this special Valentine's Season peek into the fascinating and bizarre sexual practices of insects and their relatives. 
Intermediate Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro 700 Kalamath St.
at 06:00 PM
This two-day workshop will explore some of the more advanced capabilities of Adobe Premiere Pro, including a deeper look at the tools in the toolbar, chroma keying, keyframing, subclipping, color correction, multi-camera editing, and how Premiere Pro works with the other applications in the Adobe Creative Suite. This class is intended for those with experience with Adobe Premiere Pro or for those who have taken the Editing with Premiere Pro class. 
Wednesday, January 28
Winter Bike to Work Day Community Cycles
at 07:00 AM
Biking to work need not only be a summer time activity. Join us for a free breakfast when you ride to work. Whether you are a regular winter rider or this is your first time, register and win prizes! 
Thursday, January 29
Geopolitics Discussion Series Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 01:00 PM
The topic of this monthly discussion series is "Is Germany still a powerhouse of Europe?" Bill Kellogg, vice president of the United Nations Association Boulder County Chapter, the sponsor of these events, will lead the discussion. Prof. Kellogg will also briefly address the situation in Greece and Islam in Europe. Please join us for a lively and informative discussion in the new Flatirons Room in the library. 
Editing with iMovie 700 Kalamath St.
at 06:00 PM
Making a great movie from home video is easier than you think! Chances are, you have a camcorder, a digital camera, or an iPhone - and maybe all three. That means one thing: You have a ton of great video. iMovie comes pre-loaded on your Mac and is a simple solution for editing your video. This class covers the basics of editing video and audio in iMovie, including enhancing your footage, adding a soundtrack, correcting audio, and editing your video so it has the look and sound that you want! 
Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Colorado author Mary Taylor Young ( will discuss her book "Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years." Interested in the history of Rocky Mountain National Park? Learn about its various aspects of tourism, hiking and elk since it was established in 1915. Books will be available for sale.Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Saturday, January 31
LGBTQ All-Gender Self Defense Class by IMPACT BC3 (1637 28th St)
at 01:00 PM
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Cost is $50 per student. Three scholarship spots are available in which you would be eligible for sliding scale payment. Sign up with a friend and save $5 each! Teens 13-16 are welcome with an accompanying adult. $5 of each registration will be donated to Out Boulder.

This LGBTQ All-Gender class is available to people 16 and older of all gender identities, gender expressions, and sexual orientations. LGBTQ-identified people are targeted at higher rates of violence and thi 
Banking on Colorado-A Public Banking Conference 4101 E. Hampden Ave., Denver, CO 80222
at 01:00 PM
You can join us and learn more from our nationally renowned guest speakers, and local speakers, about how public banks support Main Street not Wall Street by supporting community banks, growing businesses, creating jobs, and lowering government debt.

Our Nationally Renowned Guest Speakers:
Ellen Brown:
Author of "The Public Banking Solution: From Austerity to Prosperity" and "Web of Debt". Founder, President Emerita, and Senior Advisor of the Public Banking Institute.

Nomi Prins:
Fort Collins
Preschool and Kids' Activities Fair Lincoln Center
at 10:00 AM
EVERYONE is invited to the Fort Collins Families annual Preschool & Kids' Activities Fair. You can enjoy refreshments and meet the staff of area preschools, camps, and children's theater and arts groups in the West Canyon Ballroom. Parking is available in the Lincoln Center lot and there is plenty of on-street parking. For more information or a list of vendors see, check our group's Facebook Page or contact Fair Organizer Michele Munsil (720) 384-3345. 
Monday, February 02
Sutherland Seminar Series: Diagnosis Part II: Bipolar Disorders CU-Muenzinger Psychology Building Room E214
at 06:00 PM
Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.

Diagnosis Part II: Bipolar Disorders (cntd), "Close Cousins" and Substance Use.
Soft bipolar disorder and the bipolar spectrum. What disorders commonly co-occur or are confused with bipolar? How does this impact treatment? How are alcohol and recreational drug use related? 
DaVinci Coders - Web Development with Ruby (Now Enrolling) DaVinci Institute
at 06:30 PM
NOTE: DaVinci Coders is a 13-week, full-immersion course. You MUST apply and be accepted into this program. Applications are available at

Now accepting applications for our first quarter starting February 2nd - evening class now available.

Ruby on Rails is the best way for beginners to learn how to build their own web applications and comes with all the advantages of power, agility, and robustness used to build the top websites on the planet. 
Wednesday, February 04
The Bible App: Reading Scripture in the Third Spaces of Digital CU-Boulder, Armory Bldg. RM 218
at 11:30 AM
Around the world, millions of Christians now use digital media to engage with the Bible. The Bible can be accessed as a mobile app, played as a game, studied through electronic tools and commentaries and introduced to children on an iPad. This talk suggests some of the ways in which the relationship between religious practitioners and their sacred texts is changing in this shift from page to screen.

Dr. Tim Hutchings from the University of Durham, UK is a visiting guest of CMCI 
KGNU Events Committee Meeting KGNU Boulder Studios
at 06:00 PM
The events committee plans for KGNU sponsored events. We are looking for new members. We meet on the first Wed of each month at 6pm at either the Boulder or Denver Studios. At the Feb meeting we will do the final planning for our upcoming Mardi Gras Party and starting to plan for our spring Plant Sale 
LASP Public Lecture: Exploring the Boundaries Between Science an LASP Space Sciences Building (SPSC)
at 07:30 PM
In this Feb. 4th talk, LASP solar scientist Andrew Jones will provide insight into the unique cross-disciplinary environment at LASP, where many of our personnel work along the innovative boundaries between science, engineering, satellite operations, and technology development.

In the LASP SPSC building (Room W120), located at 3665 Discovery Drive in the east campus research park.

Parking and admission open. Doors open at 7 PM. 
Thursday, February 05
Preparing For Divorce: What You Need To Know Iris Office Park
at 07:00 PM
Collaborative Divorce Professionals of Boulder County sponsors free divorce seminars which are held the First Thursday of every month at 3775 Iris Avenue in Boulder. Learn about legal, parental, financial, and emotional issues in divorce, and about collaborative divorce, an alternative that promotes mutual agreement. No RSVP required 
Life in Palestine: Perspectives from A Palestinian Peacemaker St. John's Episcopal, 1419 Pine (Parish Hall)
at 07:00 PM
Talk by Nidal Alfarajin, who was born, raised and lives in the Al Arroub refugee camp in the West Bank near Bethlehem and has spent the past twelve years as a development professional in the West Bank. He has worked in an array of programs to cultivate peaceful conflict resolution, to address gender inequality, to help heal childhood trauma, to provide medical access and to provide potable water with new wells and cisterns, among other initiatives. 7 p.m. Open, but donations will be requested. 
The Secret Garden - The Musical Lone Tree Arts Center 10075 Commons Way Lone Tree CO
at 07:00 PM

Lone Tree, Colo. Experience the compelling tale of forgiveness and renewal when CYT Denver brings The Secret Garden: The Musical to stage, Feb. 5-8, at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St., Lone Tree, Colo.

Adapted from the childrens novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, this show hails with what critics have called one of the most beautiful musical scores of all time.
The Back Side of History Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Archaeologist Rebecca Schwendler will discuss excavating a 19th Century outhouse in Colorado. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Stepping Into the Future of Virtual Reality DaVinci Institute
at 06:30 PM
Learning about the future is fascinating, but actually experiencing it through virtual reality brings it to a whole new level.

Thats our plan for the next Night with a Futurist when the Denver VR team from UPLOAD and VR enthusiasts from the Boulder VR Meetup take the stage to demo the Oculus Rift and GearVR. This is both an informative and interactive event where you will learn and experience this innovative technology first hand.You can join us on Feb 5th for this mind expanding event. 
Friday, February 06
Event Fundraiser 1787 S. Broadway
at 07:00 PM
For Families Of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons, Featuring The Landon Williams Band, 2/6/2015 at 7 pm - 10:00 pm for tickets call 719-388-9399 
Colorado Dulcimer Festival St James Presbyterian 3601 W. Belleview Ave, Littleton, CO 80123
at 08:00 AM
12th Annual Colorado Dulcimer Festival
You can learn how to play, or improve your current technique on the Mountain or Hammered Dulcimer. This is an entertaining, educational festival (held at St. James Presbyterian Church 3601 West Bellvue Avenue, Littleton, Colorado 80123) with 2 days of workshops on February 6 and 7th, 2015. Classes are available for absolute beginners to advanced players. Rental Instruments are available. You will encounter many styles of music, jamming,concerts each eve. 
Saturday, February 07
Chocolate Lovers' Fling Omni Interlocken Hotel and Resort
at 05:30 PM
The 34th Annual Fling will be full of fun, tastings, wine, craft brew, and CHOCOLATE!You can enjoy a delicious dinner, win fabulous prizes & getaways in the silent & live auction and dance the night away! If you purchase your table by December 1, 2014 you'll recieve a special perks package.
Like to be a sponsor for SPAN's annual fundraiser for survivors of domestic violence? Contact
Want to support SPAN and be a Fling volunteer? Contact Mary@safehousealliance.o 
Sunday, February 08
David Amram's America Chautauqua Community House
at 08:00 PM
Beat author, composer, multi-instrumentalist and all around genius, David Amram, will present a very special and eclectic evening of music, readings and narration from iconic beat works Splendor in the Grass, Pull My Daisy and On The Road. David will also discuss his most recent project with the Colorado Symphonythe recording and release of the symphonys album, This Land: Symphonic Variations on a Song by Woody Guthrie.
Monday, February 09
LGBT Lobby Day Carpool 2132 14th St.
at 07:00 AM
You can join us at The Pridehouse to carpool down to Denver for One Colorado's LGBT Lobby Day. We'll be spending the morning learning about how to talk to state lawmakers and then spend the afternoon talking to YOUR state lawmaker about why LGBTQ issues matter!

Lobby Day starts at 8:00 AM in Denver, We will be leaving Boulder at 7, so please be ready to head out then. You will also need to register at the link below ahead of time. This will be an opportunity to have your voice heard 
Sutherland Seminar Series: Mood Charts, Regular Daily Routines, CU-Muenzinger Psychology Building Room E214
at 06:00 PM
Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.

Mood Charts, Regular Daily Routines, Exercise, & Nutrition:
A review of lifestyle choices that may impact current symptoms and risk for relapses, and specific tools to help facilitate behavioral changes. 
Tuesday, February 10
Marc Bekoff: Rewilding Our Hearts Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
In wildlife conservation work, rewilding refers to the creation of corridors between preserved lands that allow declining populations to rebound. Marc Bekoff applies the concept of rewilding to human attitudes, arguing that unless humans rewild themselves, conservation efforts will have but limited impact. "Rewilding Our Hearts" explores how when the effort is made to not just see, but to empathetically become the seen, our perspective on animals and their habitats changes in profound ways.
Thursday, February 12
Crisis in South Sudan@the Library Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Dr. Ian Feinhandler will present an analysis of the current conflict in South Sudan. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Saturday, February 14
Dance, Baby, Dance- Family Dance Party 2027 13th Street in Boulder)
at 04:30 PM
Dance, Baby, Dance. Family Dance Party.

LOCAL Theater Company and Shine Restaurant & Gathering Place partner to


(Boulder, CO) Saturday, February 14, 2015 from 4:30-6:00 p.m., LOCAL
Theater Company joins forces with Shine Restaurant & Gathering Place
(2027 13th Street in Boulder) to host the
3rd annual Dance, Baby, Dance! - a family-friendly dance party
13th annual WORLD SOUND HEALING DAY 302 Pearl St.
at 05:00 PM
Feb. 14th (Saturday) 13th Annual World Sound Healing Day. 5:00-6:00PM, 302 Pearl St. Boulder. Join Andi & Jonathan Goldman and friends for a Sound Healing Ceremony/Meditaion. Send a Sonic Valentine to Mother Earth as we tone the Ah sound together for planetary peace. Come celebrate The Sound Heard Around the World from 5:00 6:00 PM at Solstice, 302 Pearl St., Boulder. or (303) 443-8181.
Foovie 1535 Spruce Street
at 05:30 PM
Boulder - Lovers of great food, movies, and romance can rejoice! Boulder International Film Festival will hold a Valentines Day food and a movie event Rendezvous En Rouge. The event will take place on February 14, 2015 from 5:30 to 9:30 at eTown Hall. The Moulin Rouge inspired event features a combination of gourmet French food and an exclusive sneak preview screening of the upcoming film 5 to 7. Tickets may be purchased online. 
Sunday, February 15
Fort Collins
The Fort Collins Symphony Guild 2015 Musical Zoo Timberline Church
at 02:30 PM
On February 15, 2015, the Fort Collins Symphony Guild is holding its 2015 Musical Zoo from 2:30-5:30, at the Timberline Church in Fort Collins. This electric event, which encompasses musical and educational adventure, targets the young, especially between the ages of 3 and 12, and the young at heart. 
Monday, February 16
Sutherland Seminar Series: Sleep! CU-Muenzinger Psychology Building Room E214
at 06:00 PM
Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.

Sleep!: Good sleep can help to stabilize mood, while poor sleep can be both a trigger and a symptom of mood episodes. We will discuss research-supported strategies for improving sleep. 
Wednesday, February 18
How Children Learn Math and Science Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
CU Professors Edd Taylor & Valerie Otero will reveal aspects of math and science learning environments that are inviting and empowering and demonstrate how math and science appeal to curiosity and problem-solving instincts. Taylor and Otero will also discuss the rationale for current changes in math and science classrooms (e.g. solving problems in non-traditional ways), as well as the changing roles for parents in this somewhat unfamiliar space.
Interviewing Techniques@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 06:30 PM
Career Counselor Jane McKean will conduct a workshop on interviewing techniques for job hunters upstairs in the UnQuiet Study Area. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, February 20
K2: Siren of the Himalayas Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
"K2: Siren of the Himalayas" documents the adventure, peril, teamwork and serenity of a mountaineering groups attempt to summit the worlds most challenging peak. Shot in Pakistan in the summer of 2009, the film follows world-class alpinists Fabrizio Zangrilli and Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner with veteran climbers Jake Meyer and Chris Szymiec in a breathtaking glimpse into the world of high altitude mountaineering. Lead climber Fabrizio Zangrilli will lead a post-screening discussion.
ROLL | Fat Friday Exdo Event Center
at 09:00 PM
Mardi Gras is here! Its time to let the good times ROLL. You can get your funk on and take your skates to Bourbon Street for some beads, booty shaking and bad beats!

21+ Doors open at 9pm.. Presale tickets are available up until the day of the event.



Saturday, February 21
5th Annual Mardi Gras Denver Dave and Buster's
at 07:00 PM
Kevin Larson Presents
Saturday, February 21st, 2015 - 7PM Midnight
Dave & Busters - 2000 S. Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80202

Stilt Walkers, Face Painters, Tarot Readers, Dancers, Performers & Mask Makers!
Mardi Gras Beads, beads and more beads!
Video Games, Ping Pong, Air Hockey & Pool
Complete Venue Takeover with 1,500 people
Special themed drinks 
Monday, February 23
Sutherland Seminar Series: Treatment Part I: Psychotherapy CU-Muenzinger Psychology Building Room E214
at 06:00 PM
Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.

Treatment Part I: Psychotherapy: What role does psychotherapy play in treating bipolar disorder? What kinds of psychotherapy are there? How do you shop for a therapist? 
Thursday, February 26
Boiling Down Your Writing! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Local author Bill Ellis will conduct a pre-Library Festival workshop on proofreading and editing. Please call 303-651-8472 to sign up. Limit: 25. 
Friday, February 27
Jake Schepps Quintet featuring Matt Flinner Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
The stringband instrumentation of banjo, mandolin, guitar, violin and bass is rewired, rebooted and re-contextualized by the Jake Schepps Quintet on their new album "Entwined." The album features newly commissioned long-form works by composers Marc Mellits and Matt McBane and mandolinist-composer Matt Flinner. The band features Jake Schepps (banjo), Matt Flinner (mandolin), Ross Martin (guitar), Ryan Drickey (violin) and the indomitable Eric Thorin (bass).
Saturday, February 28
Tibetan Cranial Apprentice Healing Clinic Solstice Center
at 11:00 AM
This is an opportunity to get an experience of the Tibetan Cranial work and see what it is all about. TC apprentices are offering 45 minute sessions. Appointments are available on Sat Feb 28 and Sun Mar 1 throughout the day. Our Apprentices will begin the session and receive instruction from Shar Lee during the session. Shar Lee will personally finish each session. You will meet our apprentices and have an opportunity to set up future appointments. 
Monday, March 02
Sutherland Seminar Series: Treatment Part II: Pharmacotherapy (M CU-Muenzinger Psychology Building Room E214
at 06:00 PM
Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.

Treatment Part II: Pharmacotherapy (Medications)
A review of general principles to help you: (1) better understand medications and how to take them, (2) shop for a psychiatrist, and (3) make the most of (often) brief appointments. 
Where has Curiosity Taken Us? Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Humans have been curious about the universe since they were capable of looking up. A lot has been learned in the last few decades but there is still much to discover. Mobile labs including the Curiosity rover on Mars are extensions of human eyes and hands, testing the red planet's surface to see what it's like, what it once was and whether it could have ever supported life. Phil Plait PHD, will discuss just where Curiosity has taken us.
Tuesday, March 03
DaVinci Coders - Video Game Design and Development Course DaVinci Institute
at 06:00 PM
NOTE: The DaVinci Coders Video Game Design and Development Course is a 11 week full-immersion course. You MUST apply and be accepted into this program. Applications are available at
Now accepting applications for our first quarter starting March 3rd - evening class now available.
If you are a gamer interested in becoming part of the gaming industry and ready to forge a career Game Design and Development. 
DaVinci Coders - Video Game Design and Development Course DaVinci Institute, 511 E. South Boulder Road
at 06:00 PM
NOTE: The DaVinci Coders Video Game Design and Development Course is a 13 week full-immersion course. You MUST apply and be accepted into this program. Applications are available at
Now accepting applications for our first quarter starting March 3rd - evening class now available.
If you are a gamer interested in becoming part of the gaming industry and ready to forge a career Game Design and Development, this is the first step. Taught by Julien Lynge 
Saturday, March 07
2015 Preschool Showcase Westin Downtown Denver Hotel
at 09:00 AM
Hosted by the Denver Preschool Program, this half-day event provides families a convenient way to explore the more than 250 preschool options available through the program. Now in its third year, the Showcase welcomes thousands of people who enjoy kid-friendly activities, and early childhood resources all in one place! 
Monday, March 09
Sutherland Seminar Series: Bipolar Disorder and Relationships CU-Muenzinger Psychology Building Room E214
at 06:00 PM
Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders.
Bipolar Disorder and Relationships: What you can do to help a family member with bipolar disorder and/or what you can do to nurture relationships impacted by your bipolar disorder. 
Thursday, March 12
BETC: Stupid F##king Bird Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company (BETC) presents a regional premiere, sort of adapted from Chekhovs The Seagull by Aaron Posner. Youve never seen Chekhov like this. Aaron Posners irreverent update of The Seagull lets us into a country house where unrequited desire is drowned in equal parts alcohol and sarcasm. March 12 - April 5. 
Monday, March 16
Sutherland Seminar Series: Wellness/Relapse Prevention Plans and CU-Muenzinger Psychology Building Room E214
at 06:00 PM
Designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends; open to anyone in the community who wishes to better understand bipolar disorders. Wellness/Relapse Prevention Plans and Crisis Management: Powerful tools for detecting early warning signs of an impending mood episode, short-circuiting the episode, and/or limiting the amount of damage caused by the episode. Strategies and resources for acute crisis managemen 
Monday, April 06
Sunrise Ranch Internships Begin Sunrise Ranch
at 04:00 AM
Sunrise Ranch, a teaching and demonstration site for community living, is now accepting applications for two internship programs: Full Self Emergence and Farm/Garden. All programs begin April 6 and last 7 months. Full Self Emergence is a residential internship focused on community lifestyle and practical spirituality, and the Farm/Garden internship focuses on integrated organic, holistic agriculture. 
Sunday, April 12
Frank Shorter RACE4Kids' Health and Health Odyssey Expo:Wher 1st Bank Center
at 08:00 AM
6th Annual Frank Shorter RACE4Kids' Health 5K and Health Odyssey Expo with over 70+ vendors ranging from robotics, engineering, science, museums, to gymnastics and local universities, healthy food and MUCH MORE! 
Monday, April 13
DaVinci Coders - JavaScript Course DaVinci Coders
at 06:00 PM
This class will give students an immersive course of study dealing with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. It will introduce students with little or no experience to the Web Design world and provide them with the skills needed to be prepared for industry interviews. Students will also develop and practice teamwork and communications skills necessary to work effectively in the Web Design industry. 
Thursday, April 23
BETC: Hysteria Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company (BETC) presents a regional premiere, by Terry Johnson. Sigmund Freud is dying. But before he does, there are visitors to be met, and reckonings to be made. And once Salvador Dali himself arrives, the stage is set for a splendidly silly exploration of the subconscious that makes for audacious and dazzlingly clever farce (Financial Times, London). April 23 - May 17. 
Thursday, April 30
Dining Out for Life Participating Restaurants in Denver/Boulder area
at 06:00 AM
On April 30, 2015, 250 top metro-Denver and Boulder restaurants will partner with Project Angel Heart for the 21st annual Dining Out For Life event. On this day, more than 3,500 restaurants nationwide donate a portion of their proceeds to support and care for neighbors living with HIV/AIDS. Project Angel Heart has been actively serving this community since 1991, providing meals to Coloradans coping with life-threatening illness and is proud to host the local Dining Out for Life event. 
Saturday, May 09
Fear the Deer Trail 1/2 Marathon Deer Creek Canyon Park
at 07:00 AM
This will be an extreme half marathon. You can gain over 2800 vertical feet in this rough and rocky trail race. The trail winds through scenic pine forests, fields of wildflowers and when you get to the top you are awarded with an amazing view of Denver. Be prepared for all elements: mud, snow fields, creek crossings, and lots of rocky terrain!
Finish to live music, lunch provided by Garbanzo, a beer from Pikes Peak Brewing 
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