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Tuesday, April 25
Lafayette
Itsy Bitsy Bugs WOW! Children's Museum
at 10:00 AM
Presented by the Butterfly Pavilion, this 30 minute program is guaranteed to keep your toddlers fluttering, hopping, and singing. Program includes puppets, music, and of course, live bugs to keep your tots buzzing with excitement! Included with Museum admission. 
Westminster
Disruptive Technologies, Killer Apps and the Sensor Revolution DaVinci Institute
at 06:30 PM
During this presentation, you will see how anyone with minimal hardware and software experience can leverage the Maker community to build and experiment with their own sensor based IoT systems; levering Arduinos, sensors, actuators and open source cloud services. If you want to see how to become part of this revolution this presentation is for you.
 
Thursday, April 27
Denver
DJPC Forum: Youth Perspectives of Border Militarization. Casa Mayan: 1020 9th St Denver CO 80204
at 06:00 PM
A Report Back from SOAW ConvergenceIn October 2016, after holding an annual vigil at the gates of Fort Benni.g, Georgia, the human rights group School of the Americas Watch (SOAW) moved its convergence to the U.S./Mexico border at Nogales, Arizona/Sonora Mexico. In our upcoming Forum, a group of students from UCD that participated in the Convergence will be reporting back to the Denver community their experiences of the militarization of the border and migration. 
Denver/Boulder
Dining Out For Life Participating Denver/Boulder Restaurants
at noon
Join the Denver-Boulder restaurant and dining community in nourishing those who need it most. On April 27, 2017, 250 top metro-Denver and Boulder restaurants and breweries will partner with Project Angel Heart for the 23rd annual Dining Out For Life event. Dining Out For Life is an international event that takes place on the same day in more than 60 cities across North America. On this day, more than 3,500 restaurants nationwide donate a portion of their proceeds 
Fort Collins
Bright Half Life, Northern Colorado AIDS Project Benefit R Bar and Lounge
at 04:00 AM
The Northern Colorado AIDS Project is having their annual Dining Out for Life Fundraiser on April 27th at the following restaurants:
Beau Jos Pizza
Canyon Grill
The Colorado Room
Fish
Five Guys on Elizabeth
Jersey Mikes
Maya Cove
Scrumpy's
Tom & Chee
The Waffle Lab
The R Bar
Generations Wine and Martini Bar
Cranford Tea Tavern
These Northern Colorado restuarants will donate a percentage of proceeds for the day, all of which will go to Northern Colorado AIDS Project 
Longmont
Safe Shelter 2017 Symposium on Domestic Violence: Mobilizing Men Plaza Convention Center
at 06:30 PM
Safe Shelters 2017 Symposium will present an innovative day and one-half of performances, awareness-raising and skill-building workshops. Participants will leave knowing more about effective responses, creating resources for our community's youth and how they can directly help shift cultural norms toward a culture of respectful, healthy masculinity. CEUs offered; all sectors will benefit. Sensitive topics will be addressed.
**Prices vary, please check the event Website** 
Author Ausma Zehanat Khan@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Author Ausma Zehanat Khan will discuss her popular mystery fiction series, including the new title Among the Ruins. Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, April 28
Boulder
Hillside School Benefit & Auction Rembrandt Yard
at 06:00 PM
Hillside Schools Benefit and Auction will raise money for children challenged by dyslexia.Two passes to the sold-out Aspen Food & Wine Classic on June 16-18 along with a stay in a downtown Aspen condo will be available for auction.Hillside invites the entire community to attend this unique culinary event which will feature regional food and drink pairings of the West. 
Climate Change frorm a Jungian Perspective- lecture and discussi First Congregational Church of Boulder
at 07:00 PM
Human caused climate change has placed the planet in a precarious state. It is imperative that we address this situation as soon as possible for the longer we wait, the more we commit future generations to disruption. Yet there is great resistance to addressing this issue. Jungian psychology recognizes the importance of the unconscious in affecting our perception of and actions in the world. 
Denver
Cooks for Books Posner Center for International Development
at 06:00 PM
You are invited to treat your senses to the wonders of Cambodian Cuisine! All of the proceeds from this hands on, three course cooking class will support child rights and education for marginalized kids in Cambodia. You'll be learning classic Cambodian dishes from Juanita Rice, a retired Colorado Judge and expert in the art of Cambodian cooking. 
Niwot
Community Despacho Ceremonyw/ Don Mariano Quisp Flores from Peru Left Hand Grange no 9
at 06:30 PM
Join Don Mariano Quisp Flores, Q'ero Elder, Seer, Healer, Wisdomkeeper, visiting Boulder from the Peruvian Andes with Odon Medina Calsin in shamanic tradition of ayni despacho; a beautiful mandala-like creation made of prayers blown into earth's seeds, flowers, herbs. Prayers are offered into this bundle for union, harmony and reciprocity with Mother Earth and all of life. Preregistration encouraged.
 
Saturday, April 29
Boulder
Receiving, Anchoring and Deepening the Sacred Feminine Earth Ene The StarHouse
at 09:00 AM
The Seven Nustas Workshop: Don Mariano Quisp Flores, Qero Indigenous elder visiting from Peru, leads this two day immersion with Odon Medina Calsin into the ancient wisdom teachings from the Peruvian Andes. Through heart-centered ritual, beautiful ceremony, enriching teachings and empowering transmissions, (using stones as the sacred tools), Don Mariano supports our deep dive into pre-Incan spirit-filled energy in an earth-centered community. Pre-registration Required. 
Dream Kitchens Tour "I Have a Dream" Foundation of Boulder County
at 10:00 AM
A Benefit for the "I Have a Dream" Foundation of Boulder County: Saturday, April 29, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday, April 30, 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.Tour some of Boulder's finest kitchens to bring out your inner designer! Contact Storey Blackwell at storey.blackwell@ihaveadreamboulder.org for more information.
 
TimeBank Boulder Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 04:00 PM
Hola! Speakers of all levels of proficiency are welcome to practice Spanish conversation with our group. We also welcome native speakers willing to help. Take your Spanish conversation skills to a higher level!
RSVP: info@timebankboulder.org. You'll find us in the Flatirons Meeting Room.
 
Denver
Wolfpack Ninja Tour 4/29-4/30 Magness Arena
at 08:00 AM
The Wolfpack Ninja Tour is a show, a competition for EVERYONE to challenge themselves, a chance to hang out with all the top ninjas and a place for kids to take classes from their TOP NINJA Heroes such as Geoff Britten, Jessie Graff, Meagan Martin, Joe Moravsky, Brian Arnold and many more!

During the weekend there will be waves of competitors and CLASSES WITH THE TOP NINJAS! Imagine First American Ninja Warrior Geoff Britten, The Weatherman Joe Moravsky or Jessie Graff teaching your kids how to 
People's Climate March-Stand with your people, march for the 101 14th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204
at 10:00 AM
The time for sitting by while waiting for action on climate change is long since over, and We The People are well aware of that. Climate change isnt a partisan issue; its a scientific fact, and it demands immediate consideration. Join thousands of others as we march together on April 29, for a day of climate action with tabling by nonprofits and businesses, speakers, music, marching and more. 
Sunday, April 30
Lafayette
Retirement Party for Lulu the Bearded Dragon WOW! Children's Museum
at 10:30 AM
For nearly 13 years, Lulu the Bearded Dragon has called WOW! home. Join us as we bid Lulu the Bearded Dragon "bon voyage" as Lulu is ready to spend her retirement years in a quiet, loving home. We'll be celebrating Lulu's time at the Museum with a reptile party featuring some special reptile guests! Included with Museum admission. 
Monday, May 01
Boulder
Maintenance 101 Community Cycles
at 04:00 AM
Learn the basics of bicycle repair in this workshop. Bicycle anatomy, lubricants, tool use and basic maintenance will be covered. Learn how to do basic brake and shifting adjustments as well. $20 ($10 for members) Registration Required 
Longmont
Movie Monday presents Paterson Still Cellars
at 07:00 AM
A new film by one of our favorite directors! Come check out what Jim Jarmusch has been up to lately with this indie gem. Doors at 6, film at 7. 
Harry Potter for Grownups! 303 Atwood Street, Suite 2
at 06:00 PM
Explore the universe through a magical lens! At this meeting, we will be discussing Chapter 25 of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, "The Seer Overheard"

Drop in at any time during the discussion. Please ring the bell if no house-elf is present to greet you. We are a SPEW-certified organization. 
Tuesday, May 02
Boulder
At the Epicenters 3rd Annual Women Leading Green Sterling Rice Group, 1801 13th St #400, Boulder, CO 80302
at 05:30 PM
At the Epicenters 3rd Annual Women Leading Green focuses on the actions of three dynamic women who are making their mark on the multi-billion dollar beauty care industry. Women Leading Green: Healthy Beauty is curating a roundtable, interactive conversation filmed before a live audience 
Wednesday, May 03
Boulder
NCAR Air Quality Open House National Center for Atmospheric Research
at 05:00 PM
Bring the whole family and get a close up look at the instruments that measure the air around us, engage with scientists, and have fun exploring hands-on activities designed for all ages. 
Rocky Mountain Joe, Untangling Tall Tales Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Chautauquas first official photographer told many a tall tale, but his own real life may be the most remarkable of all. Speaker: Mona Lambrecht
 
Thursday, May 04
Boulder
Craig Childs: Footsteps of the First People Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Who were the first people in North America and how did they get here? This is a question that many have asked and researched but few have tried to retrace like Craig Childs. Finding the footsteps of these First People was the goal for Craig as he adventured to replicate their travels to North America down the coast and into the continent. How many years, the routes, and the hardships these people endured will be the subject of Craigs talk. 
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 that are held the FIRST THURSDAY of every month. Learn about legal, parental, financial, and emotional issues in divorce and about collaborative divorce, an alternative that promotes mutual agreement. No RSVP required. Web site: collaborativedivorceboulder.org 
Longmont
Boulder Potters' Guild 2017 Spring Show and Sale Boulder County Fairgrounds
at 10:00 AM
The four-day 2017 Boulder Potters Guild Spring Show and Sale includes ceramic work (functional, decorative, and sculptural), jewelry, fused glass objects, silk scarves, and embossed note cards. There will be demonstrations, daily drawings, and the opportunity to view/purchase objects made by more than 50 local artists and potters, including several new Guild members showing for the first time. 
Author David Baron@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Boulder author David Baron joins us to talk about his upcoming book, American Eclipse. Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, May 05
Boulder
First Friday at Settembre Cellars Settembre Cellars Winery & Tasting Room
at 06:00 PM
6:00pm to 9:00pm
Stop by Settembre Cellars as we stay open late for the NoBo Art District First Friday art walk!

Enjoy acrylic paint and foil on canvas from our guest artist Marisa Wilmes along with a glass or flight of wine. 1501 Lee Hill #16, Boulder CO 80304 
Longmont
Boulder Potters' Guild 2017 Spring Show and Sale - ARTISTS&# Boulder County Fairgrounds
at 06:00 PM
Come meet the artists of the Boulder Potters' Guild during their 2017 Spring Show and Sale! There will be snacks and drinks, and you can see demonstrations and take place in a drawing for a free gift. Hope to see you there! 
Saturday, May 06
Boulder
The Dementia Experience Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 10:30 AM
The Dementia Experience promotes greater compassion and understanding for people living with Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias. Participants complete a series of tasks while while wearing simple alterations to their senses, like vision-limiting goggles. The experience mimics the frustrations caused by dementia, and will be followed by an opportunity to discuss and process the experience with a facilitator. Duration is about 40 minutes. Pre-registration is welcome, but drop-ins are too! 
Sunday, May 07
Boulder
Boulder Wine Reads Settembre Cellars Winery & Tasting Room, 1501 Lee Hill Rd #16, B
at 04:00 PM
Here's how it works: our winemaker selects a book, we read a section or two & then gather over a glass to share what we learned. Art, science, history, geography and an intimate human connection. 
Denver
Spread The Word Music Festival 2017 Mile High Spirits
at 07:00 PM
Get ready for the 5th annual Spread The Word Music Festival, featuring over 100 of Colorado's best up-and-coming bands/DJ's across 10 stages in downtown Denver. From May 5th - 8th, music lovers of all types will see their favorite FUNK - JAM - ELECTRO - REGGAE - BLUEGRASS - FOLK - ROCK artists and dive deep into Colorado's vibrant music scene. Hop on the complimentary party shuttle and travel to the next venue, whether it be Mile High Spirits, Cervantes Other Side, Mercury Cafe, Tony P's & MORE! 
Monday, May 08
Boulder
Future Astronomy for Ancient Questions Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Is life possible beyond Earth? Ball Aerospace has been advancing space technology for over 60 years, but it is the next generation of technology that will shed light on this question. Dr. Makenzie Lystrup will share a glimpse into the future of astronomy and aerospace technology.

Speaker: Dr. Makenzie Lystrup, Ball Aerospace.
 
Longmont
Tolkien Discussion 303 Atwood Street, Suite 2
at 06:00 PM
Join us on the journey as we discuss The Lord of the Rings, chapter by chapter. We ask the big questions that Tolkien's works inspire! At this meeting, we will take a spooky trip through the Barrow-downs as we discuss The Fellowship of the Ring, Book 1, Chapter X, "Strider. "

Drop in at any time during the discussion. Please ring the bell if no hobbit is at the door to greet you. 
Tuesday, May 09
Boulder
There is no incurable! A new path to heath for body and soul Boulder Library: Geo Reynolds Branch
at 06:15 PM
An international lecture series: doctors, psychologists,& healing practitioners present healing on the spiritual path through the teachings of Bruno Groening. World-renowned in the 1950s due to amazing healing success,Bruno Groening taught how to receive a natural healing energy -"Heilstrom". Healings continue: Listen to testimonials from people healed of incurable conditions, of complete freedom from allergies, depression, anxiety, drugs, and more. 
A Transforming Electricity System: Wind, Solar, and Opportunitie University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy, and Environment C
at 06:45 PM
Please join us Alison Mason of Spirae, LLC will discuss the role of energy storage in integrating up to 100% renewable energy into the power grid. We will dig a little deeper into the story and understand energy storage as one of a cast of characters providing flexibility to the grid and why that matters for renewable energy. 
Wednesday, May 10
Loveland
WY-CO Regional Job Fair The Ranch Events Complex
at 03:00 PM
WY-CO Regional Job Fair Spring 2017
3:00-3:30 Veterans Only
3:30-6:00 Open to public
Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming Employers are Hiring! Energy, Customer Service, healthcare, beverage industry, hospitality, construction, tourism, law enforcement, retail, manufacturing, professional administrative, and much more! Employers may conduct same-day interviews; come prepared to close the deal.
Free Event: no registration required. 
Thursday, May 11
Boulder
Let's Go to the Movies with LWVBC ! "I Voted?" Elevations Credit Union 2960 Diagonal Highway, Boulder, CO
at 06:00 PM
Free Screening of "I Voted?" from Executive Producer Katie Couric, selected for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. 
Saturday, May 13
Denver
Lemon Climb Denver 1999 Broadway
at 08:30 AM
Alexs Lemonade Stand Foundation will host The Lemon Climb at Denver's own 1999 Broadway. Athletic enthusiasts and ALSF supporters are invited to climb 43 floors to the top of the building. Climbers can participate on their own or create a team to climb and fundraise together. All participants will receive a limited edition Lemon Climb t-shirt. For more information or to register, visit LemonClimb.org. 
Fort Collins
BBQ for the Birds Barr Lake State Park 14500 Lark Bunting Lane Brighton, CO
at 11:00 AM
Join us for the 14th annual BBQ for the Birds celebrating people, birds, and land. This year we are celebrating International Migratory Bird Day! Activities include live bird presentations, exhibits and displays from local conservation organizations, demonstrations and tours, live music, and of course, a delicious meal!
BBQ for the Birds is open to the public and free for Bird Conservancy members, volunteers, and kids under 12. A donation is asked for non-members. 
Longmont
Longmont Think and Drink Firehouse Art Center
at 06:30 PM
Dive into deep conversation in a welcoming, fun atmosphere. No prior philosophy experience necessary. Drinks and light refreshments served.

- Topic: The Past
- Part of the Philosophy in Public Spaces Initiative. https://greyhavensgroup.org/pips/ 
Monday, May 15
Longmont
Harry Potter for Grownups! 303 Atwood Street, Suite 2
at 06:00 PM
Explore the universe through a magical lens! At this meeting, we will be discussing Chapter 26 of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, "The Cave."

Drop in at any time during the discussion. Please ring the bell if no house-elf is present to greet you. We are a SPEW-certified organization. 
Thursday, May 18
Longmont
Jordan World Circus 2017 Boulder County Fairgrounds
at 04:30 PM
"The Jordan World Circus" will thrill fans of all ages. Come see the death-defying aerial acts and more. In addition to the performing acts, kids will have the unique opportunity to ride and pet different types of animals.4:30 & 7:30 PM


 
Latinos in Longmont@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 06:30 PM
CU Professors Arturo Aldama and Marjorie K. McIntosh will discuss Latino history in Longmont. Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, May 19
Denver
Noche de Museo Crafty Fox Taphouse
at 06:00 PM
Join Museo de las Americas for an evening of dancing, great food, and a wide variety of drinks, now at the beautiful new Crafty Fox Taphouse! We are excited to bring you our annual fundraiser dinner with the same sense of community through art, but bigger! We're serving more food, more drinks, and auctioning more beautiful works of art, thanks to the wonderful new venue. Tickets are on sale now and the event is open to the public. Come support your Latino Community Museum! 
Cooks for Books Posner Center for International Development
at 06:00 PM
You are invited to learn to cook authentic, home-style Vietnamese food while supporting a great cause! Wow your friends with the Vietnamese food you can't find in restaurants. You'll be learning several authentic Northern Vietnamese dishes from Huyen Nguyen, a native of Hanoi. The best part? Ever dollar raised from ticket sales will support education and child rights for children in rural Cambodia. 
Saturday, May 20
Boulder
Walk in the Wild: International Migratory Bird Day Walden Ponds 75th and Jay Road
at 09:00 AM
Want to learn more about birds and have fun in the great outdoors with your family? Join us on Saturday May 20th and celebrate International Migratory Bird Day: Walk in the Wild. Visit education stations, go on a guided bird walks, and meet raptors in the hand. Feeling crafty? Paint a bird for our Flock project. Free food and much more. This event is free, but also serves as a fundraiser for habitat restoration

 
Denver
Vox Feminista presents King Con: Strike & Resist! Mercury Cafe
at 08:00 PM
Vox is rising from a 5 year retirement to confront the Trumpocalypse. We celebrate with Denvers Romero Theater Troupe, Artie Thompson, Norma Johnson, Laura Goldhamer, Splintered Light Theatre, The Platypussies, The Allied Witches, and Megan Falley, joining us. Vox is Mona Estrada, Levi Arithson, Andryn Arithson, and Oak Chezar. 
Greeley
Armed Forces Day Color Run Greeley West Park
at 08:00 AM
All funds raised are used to provide airfare to enlisted military members to get home when they need to but can't afford it themselves. It's a common struggle in their junior years of enlistment as they are paid at near poverty levels. We started in Feb of 2016 and have provided 89 troop members with airfare, it's a largely unknown, unmet need. Pre-registration for the COLOR RUN is on our website There will be music/Zumba and tons of COLOR to cover participants. 
Monday, May 22
Longmont
Tolkien Discussion 303 Atwood Street, Suite 2
at 06:00 PM
Join us on the journey as we discuss The Lord of the Rings, chapter by chapter. We ask the big questions that Tolkien's works inspire! At this meeting, we will take a spooky trip through the Barrow-downs as we discuss The Fellowship of the Ring, Book 1, Chapter XI, "A Knife in the Dark. "

Drop in at any time during the discussion. Please ring the bell if no hobbit is at the door to greet you. 
Thursday, May 25
Boulder
Boulder Think and Drink Bohemian Biergarten
at 06:30 PM
Think & Drink is coming to Boulder! Dive into deep conversation in a welcoming, fun atmosphere. No prior philosophy experience necessary.
- Topic: The Future
- Location: Bohemian Biergarten
2017 13th St, Boulder, Colorado 80302
- Part of the Philosophy in Public Spaces Initiative. https://greyhavensgroup.org/pips/
 
Friday, June 02
Boulder
Perspective On The Feminine: Movie Series & Discussions Boulder Center for Conscious Community (BC3) Space
at 06:30 PM
Ensoulment: From the theories of Jung, this film will explore the feminine principle in present day Western society, a group of genderless characteristics related to emotions, intuition, creativity, receptiveness, nurturance, and more. These are expressions that we tend to push aside to give space to reason, logical thinking, and structure. It tells a story that proposes recovering the feminine without losing the masculine. Special Guest:Dr.Jerry Ruhl, psychologist, teacher and author. 
Monday, June 05
Westminster
Drone Pilot Teen Camp DaVinci Institute
at 09:00 AM
DaVinci Tech Camp for Teens Drone Pilot camp is a fun, hands-on interactive one-week learning experience. Each participant will have an opportunity to explore and learn about the world of drones. This camp is tailored to small groups and teens close in grade and age. The goal of this camp is to increase their knowledge and appreciation of STEM-based careers through learning how to build and pilot drones. 
Thursday, June 15
Denver
Health Equity Learning Series: 4th Community Discussion Montbello Recreation Center
at 05:30 PM
Ian Haney Lopez, author of "Dog Whistle Politics: How Coded Racial Appeals Have Reinvented Racism and Wrecked the Middle Class," exposes how over the last half century politicians have exploited racial pandering to build resentment toward government that in turn leads many voters to support policies that favor the very wealthiest, often making access to health care for low-income families nearly impossible. Dinner provided, free event; please register on Eventbrite.com. 
Friday, June 16
Westminster
Backdoors with Python Workshop DaVinci Institute
at 09:00 AM
Whether youre a seasoned security engineer, operator, or analyst or youre just getting started in the offensive security community learning to develop your own tools can save money while enhancing your skill set.

Learning to develop your own backdoor will help propel you towards more advanced techniques like antivirus evasion, undetected migration, convert persistence, and module integration.
 
Monday, June 26
Lakewood
Advancing Project Controls 2017 Sheraton Denver West Hotel, 360 Union Blvd, Lakewood, CO, 80228,
at 08:00 AM
Leverage Real-Time Data: Track & Control Cost, Schedule & Risk
More data exists than ever before to aid project controls in tracking and influencing cost, schedule and risk. Yet the full potential of this data is never realized due to challenges in gathering and analyzing data or integrating project controls professionals into the construction workflow.
(ends Wednesday June 28, 2017 at 5:00 pm) 
Friday, July 07
Boulder
Perspective On The Feminine: Movie Series & Discussions Boulder Center for Conscious Community (BC3) Space
at 06:30 PM
Film: My Name Was Sabrina Spielrein- As a young woman, the deeply troubled Spielrein left Russia for Zurich and eventually crossed paths with Carl Jung, becoming his first analysis patient at his famous Burgholzli clinic. Jung diagnosed and successfully treated her for hysteria, prompting the young Russian to go into medicine and eventually practice psychology as one of the first female members of Sigmund Freud's Psychoanalytical Society. 
Wednesday, July 19
Boulder
Equity, Justice & Diversity CU - Glenn Miller Ballroom
at 08:30 AM
For 40 years, the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education has been conducting research focused on bilingual, multicultural, and special education; as well as facilitating comprehensive professional learning for educators, and advocating for culturally and linguistically diverse learners. Join the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education in this thought-provoking and enlightening 2 day institute designed to build knowledge and skills about the education of culturally and linguistically diversity 
Saturday, July 22
Golden
VegFest Colorado Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 10:00 AM
A two-day health and environmental fair featuring renowned speakers on health, diet, compassion, and environmental issues, as well as expert chefs demonstrating delicious healthful plant-based/vegan dishes. Additional activities include food trucks, commercial and non-profit vendors, sanctuaries, a kids kingdom, and fun for the whole family. 
VegFest Colorado Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 10:00 AM
VegFest Colorado is a two day health and environmental fair supporting a plant-based lifestyle. This event features renowned speakers on health, diet, compassion, and environmental issues. VegFest Colorado also features fun and informative cooking demos by expert chefs. Additional activities include a kids' kingdom, commercial & non-profit vendors, food trucks, live music, and more. 
Monday, July 24
Broomfield
"I Have a Dream" Foundation 15th Annual Golf Tournament Omni InterLocken Golf Club
at 08:30 AM
Our traditional 18-Hole Co-Ed Tournament will kick off at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start.
This year's Golf Tournament features great prizes! The event will feature a silent auction, prize giveaways, a hosted breakfast and an awards luncheon.
Check out www.ihaveadream.dojiggy.com for tickets and more information! 
"I Have a Dream" Foundation Ladies Only 9-Hole Tournament Omni InterLocken Golf Club
at 10:30 AM
Join us for a great round of golf with your girlfriends!
Mimosas, Awesome Prizes, Fun Course Activities, and an Awards Luncheon are all part of the fun! Scramble format. Registration opens at 9am, shot-gun start at 10:30. Check out www.ihaveadream.dojiggy.com for tickets and more information! 
Friday, August 04
Boulder
Perspective On The Feminine: Movie Series & Discussions Boulder Center for Conscious Community (BC3) Space
at 06:30 PM
Film:Enchanted April-Two cloistered, married English women impulsively rent an Italian villa and embark upon a vacation without their spouses. They are joined by two other ladies: a high-flown aging widow, and an elegant upper-crust beauty, whom they've never met. Under the spell of an exotic new location, the foursome are in for quite a few life-altering experiences. Observe their behaviors, energy, and self-reflection, resulting in their movement toward relational love and wholeness. 
Saturday, September 09
Lakewood
5th Annual Taste of Hope The Retreat at Solterra
at 07:00 PM
A fun evening! 5th Annual Taste of Hope - an evening of Wine, Cheese & Chocolate, with Silent Auction - Benefit Fundraiser to help brain tumor patients 
Sunday, October 08
Denver
Annual Meeting of International Society for Pediatric Neurosurge Grand Hyatt Denver
at 06:00 AM
The 45th Annual Meeting ISPN, which will be held in Denver, USA on October 8-12, 2017 will offer a top scientific program with the contributions from world renowned scientists specialized in the area of Pediatric Neurosurgery.

We expect the meeting to draw on the exceptional scientific resources in Colorado in the important realms of brain tumor therapies, pediatric epilepsy surgery, fetal interventions and trauma and critical care. 
Thursday, October 26
Denver
A Taste for Life Hyatt Regency Denver
at 06:00 PM
Join 800+ community leaders, philanthropic foodies, and well-known culinary superstars for an evening of delectable food, wine and spirits. A Taste for Life, an annual party that raises funds to support Project Angel Heart, features tantalizing appetizers, entrees and desserts from some of Denvers most popular restaurants and caterers, a variety of complimentary wine, cocktails and mixed drinks, fun silent and live auctions, and unique opportunities to mix and mingle. 
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