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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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Friday, August 16
Boulder
Opening Reception | Boulder Through the Decades Museum of Boulder
at 06:00 PM
Join us to celebrate our newest exhibit in the Lodge: Boulder Through the Decades by Jonathan Manchen. Comprising over 40 works in oil, watercolor, pen-and-ink and plein-air pencil and chalk studies, this exhibit is a wide-ranging artistic study of Boulders natural and architectural environment. 
Saturday, August 17
Boulder
RMPJC Benefit: Summer Celebration with Joe Jencks Adrews Famly Organic Farm, 6803 Jay Road
at 03:00 PM
Singer songwriter Joe Jencks, who has been lauded by the late Pete Seeger, will headline the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center Summer Celebration fundraiser from 3 - 8 PM at the Andrews Family Organic Farm! Local musicians, including favorites Elena Klaver, Duffy Keith and Doug Rippey, will perform old time music for dancing. Local organic food will be featured, as well as tours of the unique Andrews Family Farm. 
Denver
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 
Little Man Ice Cream Social Little Man Ice Cream
at 01:00 PM
Join us Saturday, August 17th for a scoop at Little Man Ice Cream and support survivors of domestic violence. Choose between one of three donated flavors: Vanilla, Purple Cow (raspberry & chocolate) or Vegan Chocolate Salted Oreo
Ice-Cream. Suggested donation to support survivors. Little Man Ice Cream: 2620 16th Street Denver, CO 80211; Saturday, August 17th from 1-2:30pm

 
First-Hand Accounts from the People Inside the Tiny Homes Denver Central Library
at 02:00 PM
Learn about one of Denver's experimental solutions to homelessness through the eyes of the residents themselves. This panel discussion will take place at Denver Central Library on August 17th, from 2:00-3:30 pm. The panel is moderated by Range & Slope, a new collective of Colorado's top podcast and radio producers. Visit rangeandslope.com and subscribe to Range & Slope wherever you get your podcasts. 
Longmont
Volunteer Fair@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 10:00 AM
Join us for a community favorite! Our annual Volunteer Fair for adults and teens! Nonprofits and volunteer groups from around the community will be on hand to distribute information about their work in our community and how you can help out. Please check the web site www.longmontcolorado.gov/library
 
Wheat Ridge
National Thrift Store Day Treasure Trunk Community Thrift Store
at 10:00 AM
Help Family Tree celebrate National Thrift Store Day at Treasure Trunk Community Thrift Store! We will have special sales, games, and a door prize. Make sure to stop by for some fun!

Bring a friend and receive an extra stamp on your shopper card!

100% of your dollars spent at Treasure Trunk directly help fund Family Trees life-changing services. 
Sunday, August 18
Boulder
Meet Our New Executive Director - Community Event Museum of Boulder
at 05:00 PM
The Museum of Boulder is pleased to announce that it has hired Lori Preston as its new Executive Director. Join us on Sunday evening, August 18th between 5:00pm and 7:00pm for a meet and greet. Drop-In. Light refreshments will be served. Free and open to the community.
 
Internet
How Music & Dance Helps Asylum Seekers at US-Mexico Border Webinar
at 03:00 PM
You are invited to a free webinar with Musical Ambassadors of Peace to learn how music and dance helps asylum seekers on US-Mexico border. Learn about Musical Ambassadors of Peace and their projects around the world, how ordinary people can build cultural bridges with people of other nations even when diplomatic relations have collapsed; the benefits of music/dance as a means of alleviating PTSD; how you can help asylum seekers waiting to be processed at the US-Mexico border.

 
Nederland
Wild Mushroom Foraging Workshops National Forest Land
at 10:00 AM
Come forage in the mountains with a mushroom expert and learn to identify safe and delicious edible mushrooms like king bolete, chanterelle, and matsutake!

The workshop will focus on mushrooms that have no poisonous look-alikes, so you can feel confident cooking and eating wild mushrooms. We will also examine dangerous mushrooms, so you know which ones to stay away from.

RSVP to info@layinggroundwork.org for this week's location. 
Wild Mushroom Foraging Workshops National Forest Land
at 10:00 AM
Come forage in the mountains with a mushroom expert and learn to identify safe and delicious edible mushrooms like king bolete, chanterelle, and matsutake!

The workshop will focus on mushrooms that have no poisonous look-alikes, so you can feel confident cooking and eating wild mushrooms. We will also examine dangerous mushrooms, so you know which ones to stay away from.

RSVP to info@layinggroundwork.org for this week's location. 
Wednesday, August 21
Boulder
Behind the Scenes at Intercambio Intercambio Uniting Communiti
at noon
Come hear details about exciting changes at Intercambio and how the Intercambio Way is opening doors that create new, meaningful relationships around the country. 
Lafayette
Wild Wednesday WOW! Children's Museum
at noon
Join Gini, Director of Early Childhood Education, for Wild Wednesdays! We are exploring our new Childrens Discovery Garden by having fun in the mud kitchen! Well be making a mess with water, mud, flowers, and any other natural material we can find! Caregivers, please be mindful that we do plan on getting messy. Extra shoes or clothing are strongly recommended. Activities are included with Museum admission. 
Littlest Learners Classes WOW! Children's Museum
at 04:00 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. This month, Littlest Learners is all about Micro U! We are going to start building this new hands-on exhibit for infants and toddlers in September. Bring your little learner to explore some of our completed Micro U elements and learn more about this exciting new exhibit experience for little ones! 
Longmont
Organic Inkmaking! Firehouse Art Center
at 06:00 PM
Learn how to make your own organic ink with Denver based artist Pam Rogers. Join us for a demonstration of her process and some hands on inkmaking!

Pam Rogers is a painter/sculptor whose work explores the territory between the nature and the role of the artist as they engage with nature. Born in Boulder, Colorado, Rogers has a BA in art history from Wellesley College, an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and a certificate in botanical illustration through a program in Kew Gardens 
Thursday, August 22
Lafayette
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. 
Longmont
Ballroom and Bands Firehouse Art Center
at 06:30 PM
Ballroom and Bands is back! Head downtown to the Firehouse Art Center to dance the week away. Beginner dance lessons 630 pm followed by music by the Jack Hadley Band. This trio of amazing and fun blues musicians will keep us dancing from 730-930 pm. Snacks provided and beer and wine available for purchase.

Ticket includes: dance lessons, live music and hors d'oeuvres.

$18/per person online. $20 at door. 
Friday, August 23
Morrison
6th Annual Oktoberfest Season Opener 17832 Highway 8
at 05:00 PM
In celebration of German beer culture, we invite you to enjoy the 6th annual Oktoberfest. This Festival has brought out thousands of visitors to enjoy a summer touch of Germanys culture and traditions! There will be a variety German style dishes: Bratwurst, Schnitzel, Sptzle, Strudel, Pretzel, etc. The event features many live bands, folkdancers, food and the German beverage of choice German Style Beers provided by Prost Brewing Co https://www.facebook.com/events/368354593853977/ 
Saturday, August 24
Boulder
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. 
Highlands Ranch
Pi`ilani Hawaiian Civic Club of Colorado Annual Ho`olaule`a Civic Green Park, 9370 Ridgeline Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
at 10:00 AM
An annual festival highlighting & celebrating Hawaiian & Pacific Island culture, history & music, with performances of hula as well as Samoan & Tahitian dance. Food trucks selling Hawaiian & "local" Hawai`i eats on site, as well as other vendors. Hawaiian musician and hula teacher Chinky Mahoe & Hawaiian slack key artist George Kahumoku will be performing & teaching. E ho`onanea pu kakou! (Let's all enjoy ourselves!) 
Lafayette
Stuffed Animal Slumber Party WOW! Children's Museum
at 09:00 AM
Send your best stuffed friend for a night at the Museum! Drop your stuffed animal off at the Museum and come back on Saturday morning to join in on the fun with breakfast, story time, and to find out what kind of adventures your stuffed animal had during the night! Event ticket includes admission for a night of adventure for 1 stuffed animal, plus breakfast for 1 child and 1 adult. Receive early access to the Museum at 9:00am for playtime and activities before WOW! opens to the public! 
Morrison
6th Annual Oktoberfest Season Opener 17832 Highway 8
at 11:00 AM
In celebration of German beer culture, we invite you to enjoy the 6th annual Oktoberfest. This Festival has brought out thousands of visitors to enjoy a summer touch of Germanys culture and traditions! There will be a variety German style dishes: Bratwurst, Schnitzel, Sptzle, Strudel, Pretzel, etc. The event features many live bands, folkdancers, food and the German beverage of choice German Style Beers provided by Prost Brewing Co https://www.facebook.com/events/368354593853977/ 
Nederland
Wild Mushroom Foraging Workshops National Forest Land
at 10:00 AM
Come forage in the mountains with a mushroom expert and learn to identify safe and delicious edible mushrooms like king bolete, chanterelle, and matsutake!

The workshop will focus on mushrooms that have no poisonous look-alikes, so you can feel confident cooking and eating wild mushrooms. We will also examine dangerous mushrooms, so you know which ones to stay away from.

RSVP to info@layinggroundwork.org for this week's location. 
Sunday, August 25
Longmont
Paint with a Twist! Firehouse Art Center
at 04:00 PM
This is not your typical Paint and Pints event!

Join local Artist Sabrina Ehlert for an evening of Painting, Pints and Paper. You will be guided through all the steps of painting a bright, Beach inspired 1620 canvas, but when the painting is finished the fun doesnt end there

Sabrina will go on to demonstrate and instruct you on the fine art of paper quilling and you will get to add your own 3D quilled elements to your painting giving your project a twist that will make it stand out.

Ticket 
Morrison
6th Annual Oktoberfest Season Opener 17832 Highway 8
at 11:00 AM
In celebration of German beer culture, we invite you to enjoy the 6th annual Oktoberfest. This Festival has brought out thousands of visitors to enjoy a summer touch of Germanys culture and traditions! There will be a variety German style dishes: Bratwurst, Schnitzel, Sptzle, Strudel, Pretzel, etc. The event features many live bands, folkdancers, food and the German beverage of choice German Style Beers provided by Prost Brewing Co https://www.facebook.com/events/368354593853977/ 
Friday, August 30
Fort Collins
Overdose Awareness Day Civic Center Park
at 04:00 PM
This event is dedicated to celebrating recovery, honoring those we've lost to overdose, and supporting those affected by substance use in our community. Event includes: local speakers, music, community resources, and art/memorial spaces, in addition to Overdose Prevention training with Narcan/Naloxone distribution. 
Sunday, September 01
Nederland
Wild Mushroom Foraging Workshops National Forest Land
at 10:00 AM
Come forage in the mountains with a mushroom expert and learn to identify safe and delicious edible mushrooms like king bolete, chanterelle, and matsutake!

The workshop will focus on mushrooms that have no poisonous look-alikes, so you can feel confident cooking and eating wild mushrooms. We will also examine dangerous mushrooms, so you know which ones to stay away from.

RSVP to info@layinggroundwork.org for this week's location. 
Thursday, September 05
Boulder
Happy Hour Rooftop Barre Class Museum of Boulder
at 05:00 PM
Join the Museum of Boulder for an al fresco barre class on our rooftop patio with our friends at The Dailey Method. Enjoy some of the best views of the mountains while we breathe, sweat, and move together! Plan to come early and stay late to explore the Museums exhibits and relax on the roof. Doors @ 5pm | Class @ 5:30pm. Please BYOM (bring your own mat!)

Cost: $15 includes entry to the Museum and mocktails
 
Friday, September 06
Boulder
There With Care's Boulder Red Carpet Adventure Boulder JCC
at 05:30 PM
Please join us for There With Cares 2019 Red Carpet Adventure a celebration including live entertainment, cocktails, dinner, silent and live auctions, to support for families and children facing a medical crisis. 
Denver
Wear Teal Day to Raise Awareness of Ovarian Cancer Colorado
at midnight
Wear your favorite teal attire on Sept. 6th to raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer bloating, abdominal pain, feeling full when eating a meal, or urinary urgency. There is no test for ovarian cancer, so its important to know the symptoms and talk to your doctor. Wear Teal Day kicks off Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and raises awareness of ovarian cancer, which is the deadliest gynecologic cancer. 
Saturday, September 07
Commerce City
Rapids Firework Show Dicks Sporting Goods Park
at 07:00 PM
The Colorado Rapids take on the Seattle Sounders on September 7th at Home at DICKS Sporting Goods Park.

Take advantage of the Burgundy and Brew Pack which includes one ticket to the game, one Odell beer and a Rapids souvenir cup!

PLUS STICK AROUND POST GAME FOR A FIREWORKS SHOW AND WATCH THE SHOW FROM THE FIELD!

Go to ColoradoRapids.com for more information and tickets!
 
Denver
There With Care's Boulder Red Carpet Adventure Infinity Park
at 05:30 PM
Please join us for There With Cares 2019 Red Carpet Adventure a celebration including live entertainment, cocktails, dinner, silent and live auctions, to support for families and children facing a medical crisis. 
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. 
Golden
Day Out With Thomas the Tank Engine! Colorado Railroad Museum
at 08:30 AM
All aboard! Thomas the Tank Engine invites little engineers to go full steam ahead for a day of engaging activities and fun adventures at Day Out With Thomas: The Steam Team Tour 2019. Children are invited to spend a day with their friend Thomas when the #1 Engine pulls into Colorado Railroad Museum on September 7-8,14-15,21-22. Day Out With Thomas: The Steam Team Tour 2019 is presented by Mattel.

 
Lakewood
7th Annual Taste of Hope The Retreat at Solterra
at 07:00 PM
The 7th Annual Taste of Hope to benefit brain tumor patients is hosted by the Glenn Garcelon Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) organization. It is a delightful evening of good eats, drinks, silent auction and more; a wonderful evening of fun and philanthropy. 
Nederland
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: www.nednedrun.com 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 08
Boulder
Rainbow Run / Walk 5K 11th & Pearl St.
at 10:30 AM
Out Boulder County would like to announce our Rainbow Run/Walk 5K! With a new route, fun costume contest, and more, were looking to make this the best 5K Boulder Pridefest has ever seen!

The Rainbow Run/Walk 5K will raise funds that support the programs and work of Out Boulder County. Our mission is to educate, advocate and provide services, programs, and support for Boulder Countys Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer communities.

 
Wednesday, September 11
Longmont
Catrina Painting Day! Firehouse Art Center
at 06:00 PM
The name "Catrina Ball" refers to the Calavera Catrina a sort of female, skeletal version of the Grim Reaper. Her image was created by Mexican illustrator Jos Guadalupe Posada around 1910 and remains a central figure in Mexicos cultural identity.

All ages are invited to join us in celebrating Dia de Los Muertos with community painting of Catrinas for our South Gallery Exhibition and Catrina Ball event. In addition, we will be making marigold paper flowers for our upcoming 7th Annual Catrina Ba 
Saturday, September 14
Boulder
Hindukush Rocky Ride Specialized Experience Center
at 10:00 AM
A group bicycle ride in support of Mountain Bike Afghanistan. Hindukush is the name of Afghanistan's mountain range, which extends from the Himalayas with peaks towering above 24,000 ft. Our goal is to connect the Colorado cycling community to the small but growing cycling community in Afghanistan. The ride will be led by Farid Noori, a native of Afghanistan who currently lives and trains in Boulder. Registration fee includes nutrition and mechanical support, as well as food and drinks post ride 
Farm to Fork Dinner Whimsy Farm 7929 Valmont Road, Boulder, CO 80301
at 05:30 PM
Enjoy a fresh, family-style meal under the stars at our 3rd Annual Farm to Fork Dinner. Chefs throughout our community will join efforts to create a locally-sourced meal to honor Hunger Action Month. Each chef will cook up dishes with key ingredients gleaned from local farms. This event will bring awareness to hunger in our community and to Community Food Shares sustainability initiatives as they relate to hunger relief.

Tickets include dinner, signature cocktails, live music, and auctions. 
Broomfield
Volunteering Info Session! Broomfield Public Library
at 02:00 PM
Are you a veteran or from a military family? Are you not from a military family but are really interested in helping out those who served? We are looking for volunteers to join our VetsGo family. Come talk to us and learn more about Cultivate's programs and how you can give back! 
Denver
The Denver 5K - Sept 14th, 2019 Sloan Lake, 17th and Utica, Denver, 80212, United States
at 09:00 AM
Sloan's Lake is the setting of The Denver 5K where runners test their skills on a flat and fast beautiful course in the shadow of Denver's Skyline. Enjoy a post-race expo with a Live Band, Food Trucks, Puppy Adoption, Face Painting, Balloon Art, Food, and a Free Beer After-Party at Joyride Brewing. Each participant receives a commemorative Denver 5K Pint Glass and a super soft Designer Tee from Belong Designs. 9:00 am to 11:00 am 
Rick Steves Headlines Bright Stars of Bethlehem Celebration Bethany Lutheran Church
at 06:30 PM
4500 E Hampden Ave - Celebrating 15 Years of Raising Creative Leaders and Growing Hope in Palestine. Travel guru Rick Steves, author of Travel as a Political Act, How to Leave Your Baggage Behind 
Sunday, September 15
Denver
Reach & Raise Denver Cheesman Park
at 08:30 AM
Reach & Raise Denver benefits Living Beyond Breast Cancer on September 15! Register today for this unique yoga event at one of Denvers most iconic locations. Funds raised support those living with breast cancer in our community. Presented Nationally by Lilly. 
Go Save A Life Fashion Show with Kristian Reynolds and Charlie P Dazzle Restaurant
at 08:00 PM
Enjoy a special night of fashion produced by Charlie Price, creator of Denver Fashion Week, to help raise funds for the Go Save A Life foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding live donors for patients in need of kidney transplants.

 
Friday, September 20
Boulder
Round Table Discussion | Buffalo Field Campaign Museum of Boulder
at 05:30 PM
As part of the Buffalo Field Campaign (BFC), Red Shoes Studios, and Museum of Boulder Wild | Buffalo in Boulder, please join us for a Round Table Discussion on solutions that allow wild buffalo and other wildlife to roam, wild and free! 
Denver
Colorado Climate Strikes - Denver Denver Union Station
at 11:00 AM
Join us on Sept. 20th at the Denver Union Station at 11am. We will then march up 16th Street to the State Capitol (arriving around 12:30-1pm). At the Capitol we will rally for an end to fossil fuels and a rapid transition to a 100% clean renewable energy future.
https://actionnetwork.org/events/colorado-climate-strike-denver 
Tantra Speed Date - Denver (Singles Dating Event) Circus Collective, 4459 Jason St. Unit 3, 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. Exercises are fun, PG-rated (think light partner yoga, actor's improv, eye-gazing, dance), and are infused with positive relating skills. You'll walk away not only with matches, but with a refreshing perspective on what relationships can be! 
The Freedom Formula Book Signing Tattered Cover
at 06:30 PM
In The Freedom Formula, Wall Street Journal bestselling author and successful entrepreneur David Finkel will help you operationalize working smarter. No fluff, no theory, Finkel shares the detailed blueprint to create maximum value for your company without working nights, weekends, or while on vacation. 
Saturday, September 21
Boulder
Coffee & Conversation | Buffalo Field Campaign Museum of Boulder
at 10:00 AM
As part of the Buffalo Field Campaign, Red Shoes Studios, and Museum of Boulder Wild | Buffalo in Boulder, please join us for Coffee and Conversation on solutions that allow wild buffalo and other wildlife to roam, wild and free! 
Tantra Speed Date - Boulder (Singles Dating Event) Alchemy of Movement
at 04:00 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. Exercises are fun, PG-rated (think light partner yoga, actor's improv, eye-gazing, dance), and are infused with positive relating skills.
 
Sunday, September 22
Boulder
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. 
Denver
The Intersection of Mental Health & Criminal Justice: Dazzle Restaurant
at 06:00 PM
A Benefit for NAMI. It is rare to find a vocal artist who can maneuver between genres while maintaining a genuine authenticity of each and the integrity of her own voice. Spanning from classical to gospel to jazz through to rock, blues, pop, funk and soul, JoFoKe is a vocalist who does this with ease.

 
Wednesday, September 25
Denver
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. 
Thursday, September 26
Morrison
GET THE LED OUT "The American Led Zeppelin" Red Rocks
at 07:30 PM
Come relive the passion and fury of the timeless rock anthems and intimate melodies that spans the mythic career of rock n roll royalty that is Led Zeppelin.

The Get The Led Out phenomenon, embraced by critics and fans alike, will be heading west to conquer the rest of the country and take its place as the foremost Led Zeppelin tribute. This 6-piece band will take you back to the 60s and 70s as they re-create the legendary British groups distinct studio sound, with all the bells and whistles, 
Friday, September 27
Denver
Denver Metro Association of Realtors' Wired Summit Asterisk Denver
at 08:00 AM
The Denver Metro Association of REALTORS is hosting a one-day women's conference featuring panel discussions and speaking engagements with locally and nationally-renowned, powerful female business and thought leaders. Wired Summit focuses on the professional and personal development of women featuring the stories of national and local female leaders.

A Keynote Address will be provided by Ruth Zukerman. 
Saturday, September 28
Fort Collins
Fort Collins Walk to Defeat ALS Fort Collins City Park, 1500 W Mulberry St, Fort Collins, 80521,
at 10:00 AM
Join the movement at The Fort Collins Walk to Defeat ALS taking place on September 28, 2019 at City Park In 2018, we said goodbye to several celebrities battling ALS such as Stephen Hawking (The Fame Physicist) and Stephen Hillenburg (creator of SpongeBob Squarepants). But, did you know there are people in your communities and neighborhoods including friends and family that are suffering from ALS? We need your help in fighting ALS on all fronts fundraising, advocacy. 
Golden
Colorado Mountain Fest American Mountaineering Museum
at 08:00 AM
The Colorado Mountain Fest is a free celebration of Colorados outdoor community, through demos from top brands, clinics and workshops led by well-known outdoor athletes, and a party featuring local food, entertainment, a beer garden sponsored by Odell Brewing, and giveaways all weekend! From fly fishing to rock climbing and mountain biking, attendees will get to learn new skills from experienced instructors. 
Friday, October 04
Golden
Off-Grid Expo The Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 09:00 AM
Off-Grid Expo is excited to be Denvers next must-attend event for outdoor enthusiasts! Taking place the weekend of Oct 4-6, 2019 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, this will be the destination to check out the latest gear, equipment, vehicles, and rigs to prepare you for your next adventure.The festival will include vendors showing off and selling materials to support anyone interested in off-grid living or activities including: Overland vehicles and RVs,Camping and more. 
Sunday, October 06
Denver
2019 Allstate Hot Chocolate 15k/5k Denver Civic Center, Denver, 80223, United States
at 07:00 AM
Join the movement that's taken over the racing world. Allstate Hot Chocolate 15k/5k is headed to Denver on October 6, 2019! Start and finish at Civic Center Park amongst Denver's biggest chocolate aficionados. This year, train, race, and celebrate with us all the way to the finish line. We're with you through the season. 
Friday, October 11
Denver
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. 
Saturday, October 12
Boulder
All that Glitters | 75th Anniversary Celebration of the Museum o Museum of Boulder
at 07:00 PM
The Museum of Boulder is celebrating 75 years of providing exhibits about our history and stories of discovery, innovation, hardship and adventure! All That Glitters is an evening of entertainment, great food and drinks, auction items and unique surprises! Guests will enjoy fabulous food catered by Cured, exciting entertainment, an exquisite silent auction, silent disco and special activities on each level of the MUSE, including the Rooftop with the best views of Boulder and the Flatirons. 
Denver
Hope Gala The Ritz-Carlton
at 06:00 PM
The Hope Gala is SafeHouse Denvers signature fundraising event. Each year, individual donors, corporate supporters, board members, staff, volunteers and friends of SafeHouse Denver come together to support survivors of domestic violence. Guests will enjoy a sophisticated self-paced evening featuring a buffet dinner, innovative entertainment stations, unique live and silent auctions, and a moving mission-focused program. You can purchase tickets through our website. 
Sunday, October 13
Boulder
Bison Art Class for Youth I (7-12) Museum of Boulder
at 10:00 AM
The Museum of Boulder is offering art classes for children to compliment our temporary exhibit, Wild | Buffalo in Boulder (September 5, 2019 January 12, 2020), in partnership with the nonprofit organization Buffalo Field Campaign and Boulder artist Thiadena Martin. Over a six week time period, Thia and artist Amanda Gress will teach a class for children ages 7-12 with media that includes drawing, painting, print-making and sculpture. 
Bison Art Class for Youth II (13-18) Museum of Boulder
at 12:30 PM
The Museum of Boulder is offering art classes for children to compliment our temporary exhibit, Wild | Buffalo in Boulder (September 5, 2019 January 12, 2020), in partnership with the nonprofit organization Buffalo Field Campaign and Boulder artist Thiadena Martin. Over a six week time period, Thia and artist Amanda Gress will teach a class for youth ages 13-18 with media that includes drawing, painting, print-making and sculpture. 
Broomfield
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. 
Wednesday, October 16
Denver
On The Town: Arts Edition Redline Denver
at 06:30 PM
Join us for Family Tree On The Town: Arts Edition! We look forward to partnering with you as we learn more about the issues of child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness and raise the funds to provide our programs to the Denver metro area.

Formerly known as Girls Night Out, Family Tree changed the event name to On The Town in 2018 to reflect our commitment to our core value; diversity/inclusion. For 11 years, this event has taken place in October in recognition of National Domestic Violenc 
Thursday, October 17
Lakewood
Tantra Speed Date - Denver (Singles Dating Event) Full Moon Books & Event Center, 9106 W 6th Ave, Lakewood, 80215,
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. Exercises are fun, PG-rated (think light partner yoga, actor's improv, eye-gazing, dance), and are infused with positive relating skills.
 
Thursday, October 24
Denver
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
Denver
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! 
Tuesday, November 12
Denver
Transformational CMO Four Seasons Hotel
at noon
The digital revolution has forever changed the balance of power between individual consumers and brands. This need to think customer first has made the marketing function more vital than ever before.

C-Level executives around the world are anticipating that digital technology will continue to drive business. Weve put together a series of executive education roundtables, keynote presentations, collaborative think tanks, educational workshops, and networking sessions with our industry experts. 
Saturday, November 16
Denver
TEDxMileHigh: Imagine Bellco Theatre, Colorado Convention Center
at 09:30 AM
Imagine invites us to shed limitations and envision possibilities. It urges us to tap into our child-like wonder to dream about the future. It calls us to solve challenges with new technology, engage peaceful alternatives to violence, create innovative design, improve our environment with scientific research, and form communities that are strong because of their diversity. Ignite your imagination on November 16th with TEDxMileHigh as we explore big ideas together. 
Monday, November 18
Denver
Healthcare Providers Transformation Four Seasons Hotel Denver
at noon

Join leaders from North America's leading Health Systems to discuss the latest technology, innovations, and strategies driving healthcare's transformation where we'll be discussing the latest digital technology and business strategies driving healthcare's digital transformation. 
Wednesday, November 20
Denver
Digital Healthcare Transformation Four Seasons Hotel, 1111 14th Street, 80202, United States
at noon
The future of healthcare is digital. With the FDA providing clarity with the launch of new regulations regarding digital technology in 2018, developers and healthcare industry stakeholders alike are working to transform the patient experience. 
Patient Experience Transformation Four Seasons Hotel, 1111 14th Street,80202, Denver, CO USA
at noon
Working with our Members and Advisory Board, we are putting together a program to enable you to test out new technology and hear from experts about the latest strategies changing the patient experience. We understand that for C-Level executives time is precious, so we are bringing the best content and technology together.
on Wednesday November 20, 2019 at 12:00 pm (ends Thursday November 21, 2019 at 5:00 pm) 
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