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Tuesday, October 16
Boulder
Legacy of Standing Rock Museum of Boulder
at 06:00 PM
A panel discussion to explore the legacy of the Standing Rock movement to protect water sources from the Dakota Access Pipeline. Panelists include Angela B. Bibens, Santee Dakota; John Echohawk, Pawnee; and Theresa Halsey, Hunkpapa Lakota tribal member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribes from North and South Dakota. Moderated by Kristen A. Carpenter. Panelists will share their experiences as part of the protests and what the movement means for current and future native environmental activism. 
Lafayette
Know Your Guts WOW! Children's Museum
at 10:00 AM
Your body is an amazing thing! It has many different functions that you cant see, especially in your stomach. Join Gini, our Director of Early Childhood Education, and explore the way bile breaks down fat in this fun, kid friendly activity! Cant attend the program? Download this activity from our WOW! @ Home activity guides on our website. 
Wednesday, October 17
Centennial
Palo Alto Networks: Accelerate Your Deployment to Cloud, Safely Arrow Electronics, 9201 E. Dry Creek Rd., Centennial, CO, 80112,
at 10:00 AM
The cloud has changed everything, making the world our new perimeter and adding tremendous complexity for security teams.

Accelerate your deployment to Cloud, Safely. Join us for a cloud security briefing on Wednesday, October 17th, where you'll hear from Palo Alto Networks security experts about securing your infrastructure, applications, and access in the cloud.
We've designed the event around addressing the various challenges you'll encounter as you make your journey to the cloud. 
Lafayette
Littlest Learners Class WOW! Children's Museum
at 04:00 PM
In this class, infants and toddlers will explore the world using their senses. Young children will have the opportunity to explore their touch, smell, visual, and auditory senses through our carefully thought-out and planned sensory stations. We will use items like soundbite buttons, memory foam, and colored flashlights to entice and engage different sensorial interactions. Littlest Learners classes are designed for children ages 0-3 years and their caregivers. Included with admission. 
Longmont
MoJazz Duo Still Cellars
at 06:30 PM
Its that marvelous time again when we all get treated to the stylings of some of Longmonts most talented jazz musicians to the Cellars. Please join us for An Evening of Funky Jazz with the MoJazz Duo!
The tasting room will be open from 4pm - 8:30ish, music begins around 6:30pm. NO COVER, though tips for the artist(s) are always welcome!
Feel free to bring your own snacks/dinner. Our fine organic beverages will be available throughout the evening! 
Longmont Public Forum: Yes on 112, No on 74 & 75 & Why Longmont Public Library
at 06:30 PM
Learn why passing Proposition 112, the 2500' setback for O&G wells, is important for our health and safety; how Amendment 74 would create a legal free-for-all at taxpayer expense and why Amendment 75 would take excessive campaign contributions in the wrong direction. State Representative Mike Foote (D) from HD12 will speak on Amendment 74, CO Rising will address Prop. 112, Caroline Fry from Common Cause will speak against Amendment 75. A Longmont City Council member will be there to address 74. 
Thursday, October 18
Boulder
How to Support Loved Ones Who are in Abusive Relationships Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence
at 04:00 AM
Leading Inclusive Organizations, SPANs current social justice series, concludes with How To Support Loved Ones Who Are in Abusive Relationships. For more information, contact katie @ safehousealliance . org. 
Grand Opening Party 1495 Canyon Blvd
at 04:00 PM
Novel Coworking is hosting a Grand Opening Party on October 18th from 4-7pm, and you're invited! 1495 Canyon Boulevard is the site of Boulder's coolest new entrepreneurial community and your destination for local brews on tap, craft bites, music and amazing prizes. Come one, come all, and feel free to bring a guest!




PRIVATE OFFICES / OFFICE SUITES / COWORKING / MEETING SPACE / EVENT SPACE 
Growing Gardens Fall Foodie Classes: Pasta Making 101 Flat Pasta 1630 hawthorn ave
at 06:00 PM
In Pasta 101, well learn how to make flat pastas, including fettuccini and capellini. Claudia will demonstrate how to use one of the oldest Italian pasta tools to cut the famous allachitarra spaghetti noodles. You will learn the regional differences between flat pastas across Italy. 
Denver
Blue is the New Green Recycled Water Fest CU Denver South Campus
at 05:30 PM
An educational Happy Hour event to raise awareness of the advances being made on water reuse. Learn by visiting expo-style educational booths. We'll be pouring beer and wine made with reuse water that guests can sample as they peruse the booths. Light appetizers will also be available. All attendees will have the opportunity to take home a free pumpkin grown with recycled water.

Bring the kids! Bounce house, fire pit, PLUS the option to come early to visit the Wildlife Experience 
Embracing Conflict: Exploring hidden opportunities in arguments 1644 Platte St Denver, CO 80202
at 06:00 PM
Too often do we engage in discussions with family, friends, and strangers with a hunger for victory and a fear for loss. When seen as an opportunity to learn something, we can redefine conflict as something not only necessary, but good. On October 18th, join TEDxMileHigh and OvalOptions, a Denver-based conflict management firm, as they host a workshop with trained facilitators and teach methods of embracing disagreements as opportunities for growth. 
Longmont
Contemplative Reading: Frankenstein Firehouse Art Center
at 06:00 PM
Take a deep dive into Mary Shelleys classic using Contemplative Reading practices such as Lectio Divina and Havruta. No prior experience necessary. You will leave with the tools you need to continue the practice on your own.

Contemplative Reading helps you get the most out of literature and life! All ages. Drop-in, free.

For the full Frankenmonth schedule. visit https://greyhavensgroup.org/frankenmonth/. 
Naked Folk: An Evening of Burlesque and Live Folk Music with Dav Still Cellars
at 08:00 PM
Come enjoy a special evening with David Tyler Fox & Billy Davis featuring The Jezzebelles! An evening of Burlesque and Folk...Doors will open at 7:15pm. The show will begin at 8:00pm. Tickets can be purchased in advance at Brown Paper Tickets. Capacity is limited. Get your tickets early! Advanced purchase ticket cost: $10. At the door purchase ticket cost: $15. Well be serving up our world class organic concoctions! 
Friday, October 19
Boulder
How to Support Loved Ones Who are in Abusive Relationships Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence
at 04:00 AM
Leading Inclusive Organizations, SPANs current social justice series, concludes with How To Support Loved Ones Who Are in Abusive Relationships. For more information, contact katie @ safehousealliance . org.

Light lunch, childcare and Spanish translation are provided free of charge, though donations are always welcome. 
Mantric Fire Workshop with Paul Muller-Ortega Path of the Heart 1025 Rosewood Av
at 01:00 PM
Mantric Fire: Practices from the Shaiva Tradition encompass offerings and experiences applicable to life in the world. Ancient in origin, these practices and teachings open a Universal portal into a more liberative trajectory of life and allow the modern practitioner to gain direct access to the interior, subtle spaces of living Consciousness. This experiential journey is accessible to everyone, regardless of background. www.bluethroatyoga.com/schedule/mantric-fire-workshop-boulder-colorado 
ATLAS Research Showcase ATLAS Institute
at 03:30 PM
Research and creative work exposition, laboratory and studio tours, demos, poster presentations, and discussion with faculty members and graduate students.

ATLAS faculty members and students have diverse research interests that span computing, art, learning, chemistry, design, robotics, music and more.

AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. 
Denver
MileHiCon 50 Hyatt Regency 7800 Tufts
at 08:00 AM
The 50th MileHiCon will be held October 19-21 at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center-Denver. It's the largest SF literary convention in the Rocky Mountain Region, run entirely by fans, with over 100 authors and speakers in panels and programs on everything related to SF, Fantasy, and Horror. Also the largest SF/fantasy art show in the region, plus video, anime, masquerade, gaming, dealers, the Critter Crunch and Critter Floatilla (robotic combat and aquatic competitions), and more. 
20th Anniversary Celebration SPACE Gallery
at 06:00 PM
All of the proceeds from this vital event will help SPLT acquire shortgrass prairie land and protect it permanently for wildlife.
This fun and lively event includes delicious heavy appetizers and desserts, fine wines from Bonterra Organic Vineyards, and a terrific silent auction. 
Denver Animal Shelter's Third Annual Rescue Runway McNichols Civic Center Building
at 07:00 PM
Join us for a social, trend-savvy, and animal-filled evening of cocktails, dinner, silent auction bidding, and adoptable furry fashionistas strutting the runway. Rescue Runway is Denver Animal Shelter's largest fundraising event and makes much of the work we do possible. Please help us support Denver's most vulnerable animals. Donations and table purchases give second chances to these deserving homeless pets. All the animals at Rescue Runway are looking for loving homes! (RescueRunway.org) 
Lakewood
Tantra Speed Date - Denver! Meet Mindful Singles Full Moon Books and Event Center
at 06:30 PM
Tired of swiping and awkward first dates? Now in 15+ 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. 
Longmont
Artist Opening for Blake Still Cellars
at 05:00 PM
This evening will be an art opening for a local painter! Folks can stop by and greet the artist, check out her painting, which are for sale, anywhere from 5-8!

Blake:

she spills and tosses paint onto canvas. literally and beautifully. often creating, first time showing...As usual on a Friday, the tasting room will be open from 4pm - 8:30ish. There is NO COVER. Feel free to bring your own snacks/picnic; well be pouring the finest organic sips for the season!
 
Saturday, October 20
Denver
The 35th Annual Wine in the Pines Keystone Conference Center
at 06:00 PM
Ability Connection Colorado will celebrate the 35th Annual Wine in the Pines on Saturday, October 20, 2018 in Keystone, Colorado. This preeminent event was founded by Mike and Margaret Smith to honor their daughter, Kelly who was born with Cerebral Palsy. The nearly 800 guests who attend will join the Smiths and the Kelly Smith Employment Center in seeking to ensure that all people with disabilities have a quality life of dignity and inclusion within their community.
 
Sunday, October 21
Littleton
Make-A-Wish Colorado Walk For Wishes & 5K Run Hudson Gardens
at 08:00 AM
Walk For Wishes & 5K Run presented by Safelite AutoGlass features a 5K or 1-mile run/walk, a free kids fun run, lots of family-friendly games and activities, prizes and awards. Lace up your shoes to help Make-A-Wish Colorado grant wishes to children battling critical illnesses! 
Longmont
Meet the Spirits Columbia Cemetery
at noon
Hear the fascinating life stories from some of Boulders most dearly departed!
As you wander through Columbia Cemetery, a National Register of Historic Places treasure and local landmark, Eben G. Fine, Mary Rippon, Tom Horn, Jane Doe, James Maxwell and Rocky Mountain Joe are just a few of the historical characters that will come to life at this favorite community event.
Neva Romero, one of Los Seis de Boulder, will share her moving story as a Chicano Rights activist in Boulder. 
Monday, October 22
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Treatment: Psychotherapy Room E214, Muenzinger Psychology Building, University of Colorad
at 06:00 PM
Join us to discuss the role that psychotherapy plays in treating bipolar disorder, the types of psychotherapy available, and how to shop for a therapist. The Sutherland Seminar Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, mental health professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free, drop-in, and stand alone (weekly attendance and pre-registration not required). Mondays 6 - 7:30pm 9/17 - 11/5 
Longmont
Film & Philosophy: "Mary Shelley" Still Cellars
at 06:00 PM
Its Frankenmonth!!! We are honored to host one of these fine gatherings. Casual and welcoming, you are invited to join in the joy of thoughtful discussion! "No prior philosophy experience required!" Doors open at 6pm, film starts at 6:30pm. As always, youre welcome to bring your own popcorn/picnic; well be serving up our artful array of organic handcrafted sips! $5 suggested donation at the door (no pressure!), and all are welcome! 
Tuesday, October 23
Denver
Denvers Largest MBA and Professional Networking event! The Curtis Hotel, 1405 Curtis St
at 04:30 PM
Join us at the QS World MBA Tour in Denver for an evening of networking, career advice and MBA opportunities. Whether you're exploring how to get ahead in your career or are ready to apply to business schools, this event is packed full of resources to help you on your professional journey.
Meet over 20+ Business Schools this October such as *Harvard, *Wharton, *Columbia, *MIT, *Stanford, *Kellogg, NYU Stern, Cornell, Georgetown and more! 
Thursday, October 25
Denver
Leadership Development Workshop Denver Marriott Westminster
at 08:00 AM
READY TO LEAD: 5 Strategies to Accelerate Your Career

If you are ready to lead and want to build your own roadmap to accelerate your career, it is time to register for Womens Foodservice Forums (WFF) 2018 Leadership Development Workshops (LDWs). This one-day, focused workshop brings powerful content to a city near you to help you build your leadership competencies and keep your personal and career development moving forward throughout the year.

 
B:CIVIC Summit Infinity Park
at 08:30 AM
The B:CIVIC Summit serves as a catalyst for building capacity for effective, high-impact corporate social responsibility. The event attracts the best and brightest minds together to elevate shared knowledge, best practices, national trends, local recognition and thought-leadership throughout the community.
The 2018 Summit will strengthen that work further featuring global corporate responsibility trends and their impact on Colorado companies. 
Lafayette
Dance Front Class WOW! Children's Museum
at 10:00 AM
Join Miss Kathe from The Dance Front for a sample of her First Dance class for ages 2-4. Class includes fun with puppets, streamers, songs, and of course, dancing! Parent participation encouraged. The Dance Front is a new dance studio located in downtown Louisville, offering classes for students aged 2 years to adults. Included with Museum admission. 
Longmont
Author Cynthia Swanson@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cynthia Swanson will discuss her two novels, The Bookseller and The Glass Forest. Registration is required. Please visit the library website: www.longmontcolorado.gov/library 
Friday, October 26
Lafayette
WOW!'s Halloween Party WOW! Children's Museum
at 05:30 PM
WOW! is throwing a Halloween bash and you're invited! Come dressed in costume and enjoy ghostly crafts, spooky science experiments, ghoulish games, tasty treats provided by Happy Family, magical giveaways, playtime, and more! Box dinners are available for purchase in advance with event tickets. Tickets required. 
Longmont
Finn O'Sullivan Still Cellars
at 06:30 PM
Welcome back Finn O'Sullivan to the Cellars stage! Mark your calendars for a marvelous evening of splendid tunes...The tasting room will be open from 4pm - 8:30ish, music begins around 6:30pm. NO COVER. Though, tips for the artist(s) are always welcome! Feel free to bring your own snacks/dinner. Our fine organic beverages will be available throughout the evening! 
Saturday, October 27
Aurora
Southlands Wine Walk Southlands Lifestyle Center
at 10:00 AM
Join Southlands for a day of spooky fun on the Trick or Treat Trail! There will be trick or treating, live entertainment, games and more!

Bring your pet dressed to impress for a pet costume contest; participate in a pumpkin painting contest; and if youre feeling brave, make your way through the haunted house, hosted by the Aurora Family YMCA.

 
Boulder
RMPJC Peacemaker of the Year Awards Ceremony and Dinner Unity Church
at 05:00 PM
RMPJC 21st Annual Event to honor people who have made important contributions for Peace and Justice in our community and beyond. The evening will include a fun silent auction, acoustic music by Gary Erb and Beverly Lyne, a vegan dinner prepared by RMPJC volunteers, presentation of awards to this year's Peacemakers, and music for dancing by very special surprise musical guests. This event will also be a celebration of RMPJC's 35th anniversary of working for nonviolent social change!! 
Denver
Making a New Home: Refugee Resettlement Mango House
at 06:00 PM
A service Adventure with TEDxMileHigh speaker P.J. Parmar exploring the stories and lives of refugees building new lives in Denver, Colorado.

P.J. and refugees from Mango house will share stories of their lives and work and we will invite you to help with several services projects at Mango House. Check out TEDxMileHigh.com/adventure for more details! 
Englewood
Flow Records Gala Blue Sky Private Jet Hangar
at 06:00 PM
A red carpet experience, dinner, drinks, an imported art gallery, and several creative performances that display astounding creativity and compelling energy all await those in attendance. As entertainment, sharing his gift of humor, Stephen Agyei as celebrity host. Celebrity guest, international recording artist from Europe, Maitre Gims will at the Blue Sky Privet Jet Hangar at Centennial Private Airport.

This is a formal charity event that is sponsored and in association with Arta Tequila, ECC 
Longmont
Kyle Donovan's 'The Songwriter Hour' featuring Dave Still Cellars
at 07:30 PM
Join us for this very special evening with Kyle Donovan featuring musicians Dave Tamkin and Harper Powell! Doors will open at 6:30pm. The live recording will begin at 7:30pm. Tickets are $15. Tickets can be purchased on The Songwriter Hour Website or at the door. Capacity is limited to 40 patronsPurchase your tickets early! Were all in for quite a treat! 
Monday, October 29
Boulder
A Community Responds to Hate Boulder Jewish Community Center, 6007 Oreg Avenue, Boulder
at 05:30 PM
Throughout the country, there has been an increase in reported hate crimes. The DAs Office is launching a Bias & Hate Crimes Initiative to raise community awareness and improve the collective response to these offenses. Join District Attorney Michael Dougherty, community leaders, law enforcement, and school representatives for important panel discussions on Fighting Hate in Our Communities and Social Media & Bullying. If you have experienced a hate crime or incident, or in the event of an emer 
Sutherland Seminar Series - Bipolar Disorder & Relationships Room E214, Muenzinger Psychology Building, University of Colorad
at 06:00 PM
Join us to discuss what you can do to help a family member with bipolar disorder, and what you can do to nurture relationships impacted by bipolar disorder. The Sutherland Seminar Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, mental health professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free, drop-in, and stand alone (weekly attendance and pre-registration not required). Mondays 6 - 7:30pm 9/17 - 11/5 
Denver
Athena Project's 7th Annual Cocktails & Comedy Fundraiser Jazz at Jacks
at 07:00 PM
Join Athena Project for the 7th Annual Cocktails & Comedy Fundraiser at Live@Jacks 500 16th St #320, Denver, CO on Monday, October 29 at 7pm. All tickets include appetizers, desserts, laughs, and a chance to bid on silent auction items. Purchase your tickets here http://www.athenaprojectarts.org/.

 
Tuesday, October 30
Lafayette
Halloween Science WOW! Children's Museum
at 10:00 AM
In celebration of Halloween, participate in a spooky science experiment by making "poison" apples. In this fun, hands-on, kid-friendly experiment, well practicing mixing potions, pouring them, and watching our apples go from sweet to poisonous! Costumes encouraged! Science program is included with Museum admission. 
Wednesday, October 31
Longmont
Frankenparty Firehouse Art Center
at 04:30 PM
Longmont's celebration of the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein culminates in our family-friendly celebration on the spookiest day of the year. Here's what you can expect:

Two-sentence scary stories
Scary story excerpts from the participants in Frankenwrite: A Scary Story Workshop for Young Writers
Help us write the creepy tale of the Longmonster!
Trivia
Games
Music
Treats!
It's going to be a Franken' good time! All-ages, drop-in, free.

Find our full Frankenmonth schedule here:https://greyhav 
Thursday, November 01
Boulder
Growing Gardens Fall Foodie Classes: Pasta Making 102 Filled Pas 1630 hawthorn ave
at 06:00 PM
In Pasta 102, well review and expand on the basic techniques we learned in Pasta 101 to craft filled pasta like ravioli and tortellini. Claudia will demonstrate how to shape and fold different types of filled pasta such as cappelletti and agnolotti. She will talk about the regional differences between filled pasta across Italy. 
Friday, November 02
Boulder
All Souls Vampires Masquerade Ball Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Nov. 2 & 3, 2018 | 7:30-10:30pm |
Dairy Arts Center.
Get your immortal dead on and party with us!
Costume as your favorite ancestor or undead
18+ event.
Dancing to DJ Buddha Bomb, Costume Contests with prizes, 1 Libation included with ticket, Excerpts from iconic fan fave Theatre of the Vampires, Raffle Drawings for tattoos from Surfbilly Tattoo and Rising Tide Tattoo Emporium, Photo Ops with the Hearse and Coffin provided by Crist Mortuary, and more! 
Denver
2018 Rocky Mountain Young Professional Summit EXDO Event Center (1399 35th St)
at 08:00 AM
This year's Summit will feature an impressive lineup of Colorado leaders and influencers who are impacting change here locally and beyond. Attendees will learn how these individuals found and pursued their why, and discover the importance of aligning your ideals with your actions in order to achieve professional and personal success. Learn more and register at www.rmyps.com.
 
White Privilege Symposium Sheraton Downtown Denver
at 05:00 PM
The White Privilege Symposium (WPS) Denver is an evening (11/2, Sheraton Downtown Denver) followed by a full day event (11/3 at DU) designed to examine patterns, cultures, and systems that contribute to identity, power, and privilege. In examining and challenging concepts of privilege and oppression, WPS Denver offers solutions and team building strategies to work towards a more equitable world. The evening event features Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr. and Jasiri X. 
Longmont
6th Annual Catrina Ball & 3rd Annual Gigantes Procession! Dickens Opera House
at 05:00 PM
Everyone is invited to put on your Catrina/Catrin face, gather noisemakers and join the larger than life Gigante paper mache puppets & musicians for the Gigante Procession to the Catrina Ball!

Dia de los Muertos revelers will gather for a fiesta on 4th Avenue between Coffman & Main Street at 5:00pm for the following activities:
-Downtown altar tours.
-Face painting by Montage Academy.
-Memorial Urn, writing of hopes and wishes.
-Interactive noisemakers with Intercambio Uniting Communities
-An 
Saturday, November 03
Broomfield
Boulder Philharmonic and Greater Boulder Youth Orchestras - Glit Rocky Mountain Metro Airport
at 05:30 PM
Each ticket sold to this sparkling celebration will help Make Our Garden Grow benefiting performance education across the Greater Boulder area, and sparking the next generation of musical artists. 
Denver
White Privilege Symposium University of Denver
at 08:00 AM
The White Privilege Symposium (WPS) Denver is an evening (Nov. 2, Sheraton Downtown)) followed by a full day event (Nov. 3, Univ. of Denver) designed to examine patterns, cultures, and systems that contribute to identity, power, and privilege. In examining and challenging concepts of privilege and oppression, WPS Denver offers solutions and team building strategies to work towards a more equitable world. 
Sunday, November 04
Broomfield
Broomfield Trails Marathon Broomfield Community Center
at 06:30 AM
100% of proceeds from the Broomfield Trails Marathon will go to charitable endeavors: A Precious Childs mission and the Broomfield Rotary Charitable Foundation. The Broomfield Trails Marathon will soon become the largest running event in the North Metro area of Denver. Event day will include a Full and Half Marathon, a 10K and a 5K. The races are designed to attract runners and walkers of all skill levels and ages. 
Denver
People House presents The Gift of Music Dazzle Restaurant
at 05:30 PM
People House, a non-profit that has provided services to the Denver community for more than 40 years, will hold a fundraiser at Dazzle, Denvers premier jazz venue from 5:30 9:00 p.m. This second-annual Gift of Music fundraiser is organized to help support People Houses effort to keeping mental health care accessible to all. This event will feature three bands, a silent auction and raffle and special remarks by Andrew Romanoff, former speaker of the Colorado House. 
Monday, November 05
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Relapse Plans and Crisis Management Room E214, Muenzinger Psychology Building, University of Colorad
at 06:00 PM
Learn powerful tools for detecting early warning signs of an impending mood episode, how to short-circuit an episode and limit the damages, along with strategies for acute crisis management. The Sutherland Seminar Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, mental health professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free, drop-in, and stand alone (weekly attendance and pre-registration not required). Mondays 6 - 7:30pm 9/17 - 11/5 
Denver
Get Hands-on with the VM-Series on Microsoft Azure Microsoft Technology Center, 7595 E. Technology Way, Ste. 400, D
at 11:30 AM
Next-Generation Security on Microsoft Azure
With a broad portfolio of cloud security offerings, Palo Alto Networks can help you fulfill your shared responsibility role of securing your business critical applications and data with inline, API- and workload-based protections that integrate into your application development lifecycle, making cloud security frictionless for both development and security teams. 
Thursday, November 08
Boulder
Growing Gardens Fall Foodie Classes: Bread Making 1630 hawthorn ave
at 06:00 PM
In this class participants will learn all the tips and tricks to baking that perfect loaf of bread. Well cover both yeasted and sourdough breads and talk about kneading and shaping techniques to take all the stress out of home-made bread to leave you with a beautiful and delicious loaf. Well also cover the no-knead form of bread making for those looking for a more hands-off approach, and cover the secrets to baking with whole and stone-ground grains. 
Military LGBT History Celebration Boulder Impact Hub, 1877 Broadway, Boulder
at 06:00 PM
In honor of Veterans Day, Out Boulder County has teamed up with Veterans Speak, the Boulder Impact Hub, and the Community Foundation of Boulder County for an evening with two LGBTQ veterans who will share their knowledge and speak to their experiences in the military.
We honor the service of our LGBTQ Veterans and invite you to learn more about this intersection of identities.
Followed by a social hour with light snacks, beer, and wine. 
Denver
Child's Pose: Trauma Informed Yoga for Children 2345 7th Street Denver, CO 80211
at 06:30 PM
Join Rocky Mountain Childrens Law Center (RMCLC) and Denver CASA to explore how yoga can aid in post traumatic growth and resilience in children. We will explore the effects of childhood trauma and ways you can adapt childrens yoga to this population. Come ready to hiss in Cobra Pose, Roar in lion, and goon a magical childrens yoga adventure while learning techniques you can implement with the children in your life.

*If you have your own yoga mat, please bring it. We will have a few extras. 
Longmont
Meet W.E.B. DuBois@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Join us for a special Chautauqua performance by seasoned national scholar presenter, Charles E. Pace, as he inhabits the life and times of W.E.B. DuBois. Registration is required. Please visit the library website www.longmontcolorado.gov/library for more information.
 
Friday, November 09
Colorado Springs
Tantra Speed Date - Denver! Meet Mindful Singles Full Moon Books & Event Center, 9106 W 6th Ave, Lakewood, 80215,
at 06:30 PM
Now in 15+ cities, TSD is more than dating, it's "Yoga for your Love Life!" You'll model healthy relationship roles in up to 24 fun, facilitated dates! See why singles across the globe are raving! 
Lafayette
Caribbean Nights Gala for The Vertile House Lionsgate Event Center 1055 S 112th St, Lafayette CO 80026
at 06:30 PM
Food & Drink:
- Dinner by Chef Justin Brunson, Owner of Old Major and Host of SEARious Eats on the Food Network
- Open Bar with Caribbean-Inspired Cocktails Provided by Republic National Distributing Company

Music & Entertainment:
- DJ Spencer with Hip Hop, Salsa & House
- Performance by Streetside's Amp Hip Hop Dance Troupe
- Founding President of Engineers Without Borders, Bernard Amandei, to speak on his adventures with Rico

Live & Silent Auction 
Longmont
2nd Friday: Making Headlines Firehouse Art Center
at 06:00 PM
What makes a headline in our fast paced media frenzy? Featuring the work of Jennifer Drinkwater (IA) and Joel Swanson (CO). 
Saturday, November 10
Denver
Veteran Stories Fort Logan National Cemetery 4400 W Kenyon Ave, Denver, CO 80236
at 09:30 AM
As the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I approaches, many of us are reminded about the past struggles of war that our country has endured. In Colorado, we have a deep history of war stemming back to the frontier days all the way to the present. In an effort to better honor our fallen, Colorado heroes, join TEDxMileHigh and Denver University undergraduate students as they guide you through the Fort Logan Cemetery telling the stories of forgotten soldiers who served their country.

 
Sunday, November 11
Denver
15th Annual Great Candy Run Washington Park
at 08:30 AM
Join thousands of runners and walkers at a sweet race for a sweet cause! The 15th annual Great Candy Run, benefitting the Fetal Health Foundation, features a 5K Run/Walk with a competitive Stroller Division for those pushing little ones and a free Jelly Bean Kids Fun Run. Plus, lots of sweet extras: on-course entertainment, costume contests, prize money, sweet medals for every finisher, a fun expo, mascots and a Jelly Belly Village with four tasting booths. 
Monday, November 12
Boulder
Right Relationship Boulder monthly meeting Tebo Family Medical Building, Boulder Community Health Foothills
at 06:00 PM
Monthly meeting of Right Relationship Boulder (RRB), a group of Native and non-Native Boulder-area residents who work with local governments and organizations to help all residents learn about the Native peoples who lived here historically, and who live here today. 
Wednesday, November 14
Boulder
Marc Bekoff; Canine Confidential Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Join Marc Bekoff, author of Canine Confidential: Why Dogs Do What They Do as he brings a unique perspective to the study of dogs, and leads a captivating discussion on the inner workings of a dogs mind. 
Saturday, November 24
Longmont
Leftover Turkey Trot 5K Roger's Grove Park 220 S Hover St Longmont, CO 80501
at 10:30 AM
Wake up all you sleepy heads, its Leftover Turkey Trot time again! Time to grab the kids, the friends, and the relatives and join us the Saturday after Thanksgiving for the 5th Annual Leftover Turkey Trot Run/Walk at Rogers Grove Park in Longmont, Colorado.

This activity welcomes all ages and is sure to put a smile on everybodys face. With plenty of food, drink, laughter and fun, its the perfect holiday weekend event. 
Saturday, December 01
Denver
TEDxMileHigh: RESET Colorado Convention Center
at 11:00 AM
Progression is not a straight trajectory. It requires soul searching, reevaluating, and reinventing along the way. We must pause periodically to consider what we know, center around our core values, and bravely examine new questions each time with more depth, tenacity, and complexity.
 
Tuesday, December 04
Denver
Farm to Fashion Show Larimer Social
at 06:00 PM
Join us at Larimer Social in downtown Denver for The Farm to Fashion Show, a unique showcase of fashion and apparel brands that consider stewardship of natural resources.
Guests can anticipate an elegant and informative evening of cocktails and hors doeuvres followed by an exclusive runway show featuring the best in earth-friendly fashion ranging from intimates and outdoor apparel to evening wear. Attendees will enjoy fashion from leading brands such as Eileen Fisher, PrAna, Patagonia & more! 
Wednesday, December 05
Denver
The Regenerative Earth Summit: Food + Fiber + Climate University of Colorado Boulder - Sustainability, Energy, and Env
at 08:00 AM
Join us on December 5 & 6 for the premier gathering of leaders in Organic and Regenerative Food, Farming and Fashion for Climate Action. The Summit is designed to provide a context to build strategies and match resources across food and fashion industries to influence and accelerate systemic change in land to market systems. Attendees will explore how new approaches to sourcing, traceability and partnerships with producers can transform their carbon footprint and restore ecosystem resilience. 
Friday, December 07
Lakewood
Tantra Speed Date - Denver! Meet Mindful Singles Full Moon Books and Event Center, 9106 W 6th Ave, Lakewood, 8021
at 06:30 PM
Tired of swiping and awkward first dates?

Now in 15plus cities, this Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating, its "Yoga for your Love Life!" Combination relationship skills class plus speed date, youll share a moment of guided connection with up to 24 dates in a traditional Puja circle. 
Sunday, December 16
Longmont
Boulder County Record Show Boulder County Fairgounds, Barn A
at 10:00 AM
Vinyl record vendors from the Denver area selling vinyl records, cassettes, reel to reels and other music merchandise. 
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