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This is a calendar of events other than concerts and arts events. It does include art sales.
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Monday, June 17
Earth Music Camp 980 McIntire St
at 09:00 AM
Do you have a middle schooler who loves to sing and cares about the Earth? Then sign them up for Tons of Fun! Earth Music Camp! We'll sing songs, do skits, and create art, around the theme of saving our planet! We'll put our words into action by touring and volunteering at Cure Organic Farm for a few hours. In between learning songs, we'll create kid-friendly food, do karaoke, and have a water party! The camp ends with a performance and meal prepared by the campers. Register at
Tuesday, June 18
The Frontiers of Fundamental Physics Duane Physics G-1B30
at 07:30 PM
Nathan Seiberg (Institute for Advanced Study)
In recent decades, physicists and astronomers have discovered two beautiful Standard Models, one for the quantum world of extremely short distances, and one for the universe as a whole. Both models have had spectacular success, but there are also strong arguments for new physics beyond these models. In this lecture, Seiberg will review these models, their successes and their shortfalls. 
Celebrate Fruits & Veggies! WOW! Children's Museum
at 11:00 AM
Did you know that June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable month? Let's celebrate healthy eating by exploring different seeds, fruits, vegetables, and the importance of eating from the rainbow. Activities are included with Museum admission. 
Wednesday, June 19
Littlest Learners Class WOW! Children's Museum
at 12:30 PM
Littlest Learners is a series of hands-on classes for infants and toddlers (ages 0-3 years) and their caregivers to explore fine motor, gross motor, and cognitive experiences. Class topics this month include chemistry, summertime fun, and gross and fine motor movement. Littlest Learners classes are always included with Museum admission! 
Friday, June 21
Looking for Wisdom Boulder Jewish Community Center
at 11:30 AM
Interface Luncheon Series Presents: Pre-register online at Sign up for monthly email program reminders. Interface features inspiring monthly presentations and dialogues exploring the interface of spirituality with the helping professions. 
Summer Solstice Celebration St. Brigit Episcopal Church
at 08:00 PM
We invite you to celebrate the longest day of the year in ancient Celtic tradition.

We will offer guests an experience of God through a unique service, combining ancient tradition with contemporary language. It will include specially designed outdoor sacred spaces, including one at our labyrinth. These beautiful, engaging areas for meditation or prayer will appeal to the senses and bring scripture to life. Live music with a Celtic sound will be featured throughout. 
Saturday, June 22
TEDxMileHigh HUMANKIND Buell Theatre
at 11:00 AM
Join TEDxMileHigh as we unite leading thinkers and doers and explore what is next for humankind. Let's explore the human elements behind innovation. Whether its science, technology, the arts, or education, it is the collective efforts of groups, and the ingenuity of the individual that lead us forward. 
Save Your Running Form Workshop For Runners & Triatheletes The Way of Running Studio, Lafayette, CO
at 10:00 AM
"Save Your Running" is a workshop with renown Feldenkrais practitioner Jae Gruenke that will help runners whose problems haven't resolved with medical treatment and those transitioning to minimalist/barefoot running. It uses The Feldenkrais Method of Movement Education, so its low-stress and safe for injured runners and beginners but potent enough to impact runners performing at high levels. 
Thursday, June 27
Free Movie at the PARK: Aquaman/Cine en el Parque Fronterra Park
at 07:00 PM
Come and watch a movie with the family. There will be prizes and lots of fun. Party starts at 7pm, movie starts at dusk.

Venga a ver una pelcula GRATIS con toda la familia. Habr premios y mucha diversin. La fiesta comienza a las 7pm y la pelcula comienza al oscurecer. 
Books and Big Ideas with Grey Havens Philosophy WOW! Children's Museum
at 03:00 PM
Join us for stories, activities, and fun designed to teach children to be curious about the world and practice critical and creative thinking! Kelly Cowling of Grey Havens Philosophy uses the time-tested Philosophy for Children method that has been shown for more than five decades to promote positive social, emotional, and cognitive growth! Program is geared for children ages 3-6 years old and their caregivers and is included with Museum admission. 
Friday, June 28
Lonely Whale Still Cellars
at 06:30 PM
Join us for this Friday evening with Lonely Whale! The tasting room will be open as usual from 4pm 8:30ish. NO COVER, though tips for the artist(s) are encouraged and appreciated! Music from around 6:30pm 8:30ish...We do not serve food, though picnics and snacks are welcome and encouraged!

Saturday, June 29
4th Annual Universal Health Care Conference Pipefitters Union Hall 6350 Broadway
at 09:00 AM
4th Annual Universal Health Care Conference 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Keynote Speaker: Wendell Potter is an author, journalist, and former spin doctor for the health insurance industry turned whistle blower. 
IX Cup Women's Football Championship Marv Kay Stadium
at 07:00 PM
Adidas is a title sponsor of the WNFC and IX Cup, as apart of their breaking barriers initiative and commitment to remove barriers in sport.

The WNFC conference champions will play for the IX Cup trophy, which honors female advancement in and outside of sports. The IX Cup borrows its name from Title IX, which is a Federal Law in the US, which bans discrimination or access to sports on the basis of sex. 
Estefania Munoz Book Release featuring Poets and Writers Still Cellars
at 07:30 PM
A book release party for Estefania Munoz!Join us for this lovely Saturday evening! Doors at 7pm. Show at 7:30pm. Donations welcome and encouraged at the door, but not required...Well be serving up our artful array of organic handcrafted sips! 
Thursday, July 11
Tantra Speed Date - Denver! Singles Event! Archipelago, 2345 7th St, 80211, United States
at 06:30 PM
Now in 20+ cities, this Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating, it's "Yoga for your Love Life!" Combination relationship skills class + speed date, you'll share a moment of guided connection with up to 24 dates in a traditional Puja circle. 
Free Movie at the PARK: Incredibles 2/Cine en el Parque Zuni Park
at 07:00 PM
Come and watch a movie with the family. There will be prizes and lots of fun. Party starts at 7pm, movie starts at dusk. 
Friday, July 12
Views at the MUSE Museum of Boulder
at 05:00 PM
Start your weekend off right at the Museum! Visit our current exhibits including Pack-It-Up, A-MAZE-D, Google Garage, and the Boulder Experience Gallery, and then enjoy the view from the top of the Museum with food and drinks. Plus, live music and dance performances by the Samba Colorado. Fun for all ages! General admission $8 kids, $10 adults. Free for Museum members. Adult beverages for purchase | Food for purchase courtesy of Volcan Azul Catering.

General admission $8 kids, $10 adults.
Saturday, July 13
Strings & Stories with Daniel Rodriguez of Elephant Revival Firehouse Art Center
at 08:00 PM
"Strings & Stories" hosted by the Future Arts Foundation and 105.5 The Colorado Sound

Strings & Stories Show #4: Daniel Rodriguez of Elephant Revival

Opener: Darren Garvey

The Strings & Stories concert series features national and local musicians in a very intimate and stripped down setting. Musicians will play songs from their catalog, tell the stories of how the songs came to light, and answer a few audience questions.

Colorado singer-songwriter, Daniel Rod­riguez, turns to his acoustic gu 
Sunday, July 14
Growing Gardens Native Bees Class 1630 Hawthorn Ave
at 09:00 AM
Come learn about the native bees responsible for our landscape and many of the fruits and vegetables that we eat. Learn about their life cycle and how they rely on the unique plants around them. Learn to tell the difference between bees, wasps, and flies and spend some time catching and identifying these pollinators right here in our community gardens. After the class, you will notice insects and blooms in a whole new way! 
Wednesday, July 17
Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times: Shambhala and World Peace Boulder Shambhala Center, 1345 Spruce Street, 80302, United Stat
at 07:00 PM
Each of us is an extraordinary potential for love and compassion, capable of completely transforming the way we experience our world. Through the ancient wisdom of the Kalachakra teachings, this potential can be unlocked to manifest a sublime realm of experience, free from all forms of suffering and conflict. This state of eternal bliss is known by some as Shambhala. 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Friday, July 19
The Rise of the Feminine Consciousness Boulder Jewish Community Center
at 11:30 AM
Interface Luncheon Series Presents:Pre-register online at Sign up for monthly email program reminders. Interface features inspiring monthly presentations and dialogues exploring the interface of spirituality with the helping professions. 
Wednesday, July 24
Fracking Impacts to Air Quality in Boulder County Left Hand Grange #9
at 07:00 PM
Community Forum: .The Lookout Alliance is honored to host Dr. Detlev Helmig, Fellow and Associate Research Professor with INSTAAR, CU Boulder. Dr. Helmig will discuss his findings regarding alarming air quality at Boulder Reservoir, along with strong evidence linking the pollution to Front Range oil and gas operations. This event is free. Left Hand Grange, 192 2nd Ave. 
Friday, July 26
The Subtle Body: Naropa University: Wulsin Hall Basement, 2130 Arapahoe Ave, Boul
at 07:00 PM
Chakras, Channels, Winds and Drops in Tibetan Buddhism.Cultivate awareness and understanding of the subtle body to benefit your tantric and yogic practices.The subtle energy body has different names in different religious traditions from Chinese medicines view of chi through the Vedic understanding of prana, nadis and marma points to Tibetan Vajrayanas focus on winds, channels and drops. 
Saturday, July 27
Primordial Wisdom: Emptiness and Buddha-nature Naropa University - Wilsun Hall Basement, 2130 Arapahoe Street,
at 05:00 PM
The buddha, understanding that sentient beings are at different stages on the path to enlightenment, taught the teaching of ultimate reality in gradual phases in relation to each turning of the wheel of dharma. Each turning focuses on a particular subject matter which is suitable for a practitioner at a particular stage of development. End Date and 
VegFest Colorado 1stBank Center
at 10:00 AM
A 2-day community event that promotes a plant-based/vegan lifestyle. Speakers, food demo's, food trucks, electric vehicles, commercial & non-profit exhibitors, kid's kingdom. Tickets: in advance per day on website, Kids under 16 free. S 
Sunday, July 28
VegFest Colorado 1stBank Center
at 10:00 AM
A 2-day community event that promotes a plant-based/vegan lifestyle. Speakers, food demo's, food trucks, electric vehicles, commercial & non-profit exhibitors, kid's kingdom. Tickets in advance per day on website 
Thursday, August 01
Commerce City
Free Movie at the PARK: Avengers/Cine en el Parque Fairfax Park
at 07:00 PM
Come and watch a movie with the family. There will be prizes and lots of fun. Party starts at 7pm, movie starts at dusk. 
Saturday, August 03
Children's Diabetes Foundation - Run for the Ring The Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes
at 08:00 AM
The 5th Annual Run for the Ring 5K Run/Walk and Fun Run will be held on August 3, 2019 at the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes. All proceeds support the efforts and programs of The Guild of the Childrens Diabetes Foundation whose mission is to fund research, promote diabetes awareness and education, assist families in need, provide continuing education scholarships, and sponsor social activities for children and their families. Race registration is available at 
Monday, August 05
Dream Tanks Summer Camp Accelerators for Kids and Teens Museum of Boulder
at 09:00 AM
THE FUTURE OF BOULDER: If your kid/teen sees Boulder as a city of innovation, consciousness and open space, yet recognize the need to improve how we address poverty, diversity, sustainability and clean energy, this accelerator week is for them. Come up with a business idea that helps Boulder solve the SDGs through utilizing the city's resources, education and access to technology. Join our group of mission-driven kids and teens who will show Boulder how to redesign our city for the future. 
Saturday, August 10
B Strong Ride Celestial Seasonings
at 07:30 AM
B Strong Ride is a bicycle event that celebrates cancer survivorship and funds a complete year of cancer care at the Center for Integrative Care at Boulder Community Hospital and also benefits the George Karl Foundation.

Outstanding Cycling. Three fully-supported route choices with lavishly-stocked aid stations:
Mountain Loop: 69 miles
Red Zinger: 38 miles
Countryside Loop: 24 miles 
Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience Denver Mart, 451 E 58th Ave
at 10:00 AM
Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience at the Denver Mart on August 10-11, 2019.
Over A MILLION LEGO Bricks are On Display and Ready for Play
LEGO lovers rejoice! The Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience is filled with hands-on attractions and activities engineered to inspire, educate, and entertain. 
Lone Tree
2019 Plant-Based Health and Wellness Summit Denver Marriott South at Park Meadows, 10345 Park Meadows Drive,
at 07:00 AM
The Plant Based Health and Wellness Summit, will be a gathering of top experts in nutrition, health and wellness focused on creating and maintaining a state of optimal health. 
Rugged Maniac 5k Obstacle Race - Denver, August 2019 Thunder Valley Motocross Park, 701 South Rooney Road, 80465
at 09:00 AM
50% FESTIVAL + 50% MUD RUN = 100% AWESOME!Here's how it works:
THE FESTIVALThe 5,000-person party starts at 8:30 a.m. with a DJ on the main stage, booths giving away free stuff, all kinds of interactive games (mechanical bulls, dance-offs, stein-hoisting, pie-eating...), and tasty food and beer to keep you fueled all day. The best part? The festival and games are completely , no ticket required, so even your least adventurous friends can join the party! 
Saturday, August 17
Sleep Tight Colorados 9th Annual 5K Pajama Jog City Park, Denver
at 08:00 AM
Sleep Tight Colorado is excited to be hosting their 9th Annual 5K Pajama Jog in Denver's City Park on Saturday, August 17th starting at 8AM. Support a great cause and appear in a costume for contest prizes!

The 5K is professionally timed and participants may choose to run, jog, or walk. You can sign up as a team and get your friends and family together.

100% of the proceeds goes toward buying sleeping bags for Colorados homeless. Be a part of the action and sign up today, https://secure.getme 
Saturday, August 24
Growing Gardens Farm Gala 1630 Hawthorn Ave
at 05:00 PM
Feast under the stars at Growing Gardens 19th annual Farm Gala, a special fundraising event that brings together award-winning local chefs to collaborate on a bountiful five-course meal and features an auction, open bar, program, and live music. 
Saturday, September 07
Fort Collins
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events City of Fort Collins Streets Facility 625 Ninth St
at 09:00 AM
Residents Can Drop Off Non-Leaking Household Chemicals. Commercial Waste is Not Accepted. ----- Cant make it? Recycle year-round at the Citys Timberline Recycling Center (TRC) and Larimer County Landfill. To make it even easier, Fort Collins residents can bring antifreeze, batteries, motor oil and paint to the TRC, 1903 S. Timberline Rd., free of charge. 
Ned*Ned 5K / 10K and Half TEENS, Inc.
at 08:00 AM
Voted Best of the Rockies for two years, the Ned*Ned invites you to run in historic Nederland, CO, Saturday, September 7, 2019!
Register: Your 5K, 10K or Half Marathon participation supports TEENS, INC., celebrating 20 years of serving Colorado youth. The Ned*Ned is challenging runners of all ages to be "A Little More Extreme" with Half/ 13.1 fans trail running within an exceptional part of Boulder County and the 5K / 10K events remain fun as costumes are still encouraged. 
Sunday, September 22
2019 Chili Bowl Studio Arts Boulder
at noon
Chili Bowl Is Studio Arts Boulder's annual street party. All proceeds from this event benefit Studio Arts Boulder's outreach initiatives. 
Wednesday, September 25
11th Annual Voices For Justice Mile High Station
at 04:00 AM
The Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalitions (CCJRC) mission is to stop the overuse of the criminal justice system in Colorado while advancing community health and safety. On September 25, 2019 we will be holding our 11th Annual Fundraiser Event Voices for Justice at the Mile High Station. The evening includes a dinner, silent auction, and awards ceremony honoring Maureen Cain. 
Friday, October 11
WFCO 2019 Annual Luncheon Colorado Convention Center
at 11:30 AM
The Womens Foundation of Colorado (WFCO) is a unique community foundation that creates more pathways to economic security for Colorado women. Join our dynamic community of movement makers to help all women prosper, which builds a more prosperous state for us all.

The Foundations Annual Luncheon is a renowned community showcase of icons, ideas, and stories and has grown to become the states largest fundraising event on behalf of Colorado women and their families. 
Sunday, October 13
Broomfield Trails Marathon Broomfield Community Park
at 06:30 AM
The Broomfield Trails Marathon was established to bring together A Precious Child and The Broomfield Rotary Club while further engaging both the local and broader communities and bringing a signature race series to the Broomfield area. One hundred percent of proceeds from the Broomfield Trails Marathon will go to charitable endeavors: Benefits Precious Childs mission and Broomfield. 
Thursday, October 24
National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD) West Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center, 7800 East Tufts Avenue, 80237
at 08:00 AM
The addiction treatment field is undergoing unprecedented changes. In the midst of the ongoing opioid crisis, clinicians are exploring new treatment modalities to enhance their existing services. The National Conference on Addiction Disorders is convening this fall in Denver to specifically explore the convergence of traditional and medication-assisted treatment (MAT). 
Monday, October 28
World's Largest MBA Tour the Curtis Denver - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, 1405 Curtis St
at 05:00 PM
Register now to attend the largest MBA Tour in Denver. Meet with several top business schools, all under one roof! 
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