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Thursday, February 22
Boulder
Conversation on the release, reception & impact of Black Panther CU Boulder ATLAS 1B31
at 05:15 PM
The Media and Public Literacy Collaborative (MPLC) within the College of Media, Communication and Information at CU Boulder invites the general public to a roundtable conversation on the release, significance, and impact of Marvels Black Panther, to be held this Thursday, 2/22 at 5:15 PM in ATLAS 1B31.

 
Hot Buttons, Emotional Reactivity, and How to Have a Steady Stat 3825 Iris Avenue, Suite 100 80301
at 06:00 PM
Do your family members know exactly which buttons to push during the holidays?

Does traffic, your boss, or your kids get you wound up?

Wish you had more tools in your toolbox to handle moments like these?

Spend 90 minutes and learn how to regain your emotional center in the middle of life's many challenges. 
Lafayette
Flight Performing Arts Dance Class WOW! Children's Museum
at 10:15 AM
Join Miss Kathe from Flight Performing Arts 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. Flight Performing Arts is a new dance studio located in downtown Louisville, offering classes for students aged 2 years to adults. Dance class is included with Museum admission. 
Longmont
African American Experience in Early Colorado@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Come join us for an informative and entertaining evening as Adrian Miller--a Denver-based, award-winning writer and amateur historian--shines a spotlight on the interesting African Americans who lived in Colorado before 1920. Registration is required. This program will take place at the City Council Chambers. Please check our website www.longmontcolorado.gov/library 
Friday, February 23
Boulder
Winter Wilderness First Aid Certification - Colorado Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism, 2900 Valmont Road #F-1, B
at 09:00 AM
Students learn field herbal medicine for remote & off-grid situations of illness or injury with hands-on experience using clinical and role-playing based training in post-disaster scenarios.
9:00 am - 5:00 pm.


 
Denver
Wish Night, benefiting Make-A-Wish Colorado Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
at 04:00 AM
Join Make-A-Wish Colorado for a magical journey as together we experience the power of wish from the wish selection by an 8-year-old girl battling a critical illness to the granting of the wish. In addition to this rare insiders view, Wish Night will feature performances by local wish kids and a special acoustic set by Joe King from The Fray, as well as a cocktail hour, silent and live auction, dinner and plenty of surprises along the way! 
Equal in Life, Champion at Work Denver Tech Center
at 04:00 AM
The Womens Leadership Roundtable is a facilitated open forum for women, as leaders of themselves and others, to discuss relevant issues, build community and network, collaborate with, learn from, and support one another. It provides an opportunity for women to be heard, share their experiences, engage in thought-provoking discussion, and to generate ideas and growth together. The roundtable is an ongoing event, open to the public. 
Saturday, February 24
Boulder
Everything You Wanted to Know about TABOR but Were Afraid to Ask Wild Sage Community House, 1650 Zamia Avenue
at 03:00 PM
"Everything You Wanted to Know about TABOR
but Were Afraid to Ask"

Why TABOR tax limits threaten Colorado's future.
David Young, candidate for Colorado State Treasurer gives
the inside story.

Indivisible North Boulder hosts this event, 3 pm, Feb. 24,
at the Wild Sage Community House, 1650 Zamia Avenue in Boulder 
Sunday, February 25
Boulder
How to Live in Your Desired State of Being in Your Daily Life 3825 Iris Avenue, Suite 100, 80301
at 02:00 PM
Rude drivers, pushy people, crazy coworkers, bratty children, liars, backstabbers ...

What would it be like to get through your day without getting knocked off balance by people like these?

Want to find out how?

Join us for a special Sunday seminar that will give you the tools to manage your emotional responses in a whole new way. 
Denver
Spirit Messages with Deb Sheppard and James Van Praagh Hilton Denver Inverness , 200 Inverness Drive West , Englewood ,
at 02:00 PM
Join renowned spiritual mediums Deb Sheppard and James Van Praagh for an Afternoon filled with laughter, love, answers, and spirit connections! Both Deb and James will deliver detailed messages from the other side to members of the audience, proving to all that there is life after death! You will leave feeling a deeper connection to Spirit and comforted in knowing that your loved ones on the other side of the veil are always with you. 
Film Screening Mercury Cafe
at 02:00 PM
The film "Mediterranea" (not Mediterranean) explores the transitory lives of the more than 200,000 Africans who have crossed the Sahara Desert, embarked on sometimes unsafe boats and crossed the Mediterranean Sea en route to Europe. The encounter a world very different from the one they saw on FaceBook. Directed by Jonas Carpignano. 100 minutes. In Italian and Arabic with English subtitles. 
Longmont
Moving Through Grief and Loss: Art Therapy Workshop Firehouse Art Center
at 01:00 PM
The holidays and the period afterward can be difficult for those dealing with grief. Recent losses or anniversaries of older losses can create a range of emotions from sadness to isolation. This 3 hour workshop is designed for those experiencing pain from the loss of a loved one to offer a supportive space where you can express any and all emotions you may be feeling; to create an artwork that honors the person you have lost and your unique relationship; and to come away with a renewed sense of 
"When One Door Closes, Another Opens" Fundraiser Open Door Brewing
at 02:00 PM
The Inn Between of Longmont and Sound Bridge Music are the recipients of a music and art fundraiser on Sunday, February 25 from 2 to 6:30 p.m. at Open Door Brewing Company.

The fundraiser is created in order to bring awareness of the escalating "homeless but working" situation in Longmont.

Local musicians such as Kevin Dooley, Mad Dog Friedman, Summerland Sun, Sound Bridge Music featured artist Myrrh de Marmion and others will perform. Plus live and silent auctions of art and goods. 
Wednesday, February 28
Lafayette
Colorado Kids Clinic Exhibit Grand Opening WOW! Children's Museum
at 09:00 AM
Join us for the Colorado Kids Clinic Exhibit ribbon cutting ceremony with sponsor Good Samaritan Medical Center on Wednesday, February 28th at 9:00am. At this practical life exhibit, young visitors are able to explore the medical field through play and take on the role of health care provider or patient. Just like a real clinic, this highly interactive exhibit is fully equipped with an exam table, medical tools, hand washing station, and reception area. 
Thursday, March 01
Boulder
Motus Meals at CU: Law Enforcement Leaders Read 'Do You Know CU Humanities Building
at 07:00 PM
Please join Motus Theater & INVST Community Studies for a meal and screening of the film of a special Motus Theaters performance in which local law enforcement leaders (the Boulder County Sheriff and District Attorney, 5 police chiefs - including the CU Police Chief, Ken Koch - and the CU Vice Chancellor for Safety, Melissa Zack) stood in solidarity with Dreamers, to read their autobiographical stories. 
Friday, March 02
Longmont
Sans Souci at the Firehouse Art Center Firehouse Art Center
at 06:30 PM
Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema and the Firehouse Art Center proudly present an evening of local, national, and international films about dance.

Sponsored by a grant from the Boulder County Arts Alliance, this unique event includes live multimedia dance performance, short film screenings, and an interactive panel discussion with presenting artists, Tara Rynders, Rachel Oliver, and Michelle Bernier. 
Saturday, March 03
Denver
Denver Academy Open House Denver Academy
at 08:30 AM
DA is an independent school that serves diverse learners in grades 1 to 12, including those with dyslexia and ADHD. Join us at our Admissions Open House for a tour and to learn more about our school! This event is for prospective DA families. 
Building Strong Personal Networks Denver Tech Center
at 11:30 AM
The Womens Leadership Roundtable is a facilitated open forum for women, as leaders of themselves and others, to discuss relevant issues, build community and network, collaborate with, learn from, and support one another. It provides an opportunity for women to be heard, share their experiences, engage in thought-provoking discussion, and to generate ideas and growth together. The roundtable is an ongoing event, open to the public. 
Frisco
Snowshoe For The Cure 616 Recreation Way Frisco, CO 80443
at 07:30 AM
Combine your philanthropic spirit with your love for the great outdoors at Snowshoe for the Cure. It's all about snowshoeing, having a great time, raising money for early detection of breast cancer and for a cure for breast cancer and wearing pink tutus of course! 
Monday, March 05
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Diagnosis Part I: Bipolar Disorders Atonement Lutheran Church
at 06:00 PM
A review of the formal criteria for bipolar disorders, including the differences between bipolar I vs. bipolar II. We also will discuss how bipolar disorders are diagnosed. 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 3/5 - 4/30. No seminar 3/26. 
Tuesday, March 06
Longmont
Your Pollineighbors Need You Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Join us with nationally renowned Resource Soil Scientist and Farm/Community Educator, Clark Harshbarger as he describes the delicate, interconnected relationship between soil health and the wellbeing of people, pollinators and planet. Come learn more about the living soil food web, weed control methods and, what YOU can do to help the soil, pollinators, and planet with important soil conservation practices on individual and community levels. 
Wednesday, March 07
Boulder
The Truth About Autoimmune Diseases -- Part 1 3825 Iris Avenue, Suite 100, 80301
at 06:00 PM
An estimated 50 million people in the United States suffer from an autoimmune-related disease: Crohn's disease, type 1 diabetes, celiac disease ... and many more.

Did you know that many autoimmune diseases can be prevented (and even reversed) with lifestyle changes (diet mostly), which begs the questions:

Which foods should you eat, and which ones should you avoid?

Do different autoimmune diseases respond differently to different foods?


Is there one autoimmune diet?
 
Capitalsim,Socialism, or Social Democracy Hellems 252, CU Boulder
at 07:00 PM
Four panelists will express their views on the best economic system. Panelists include: Phil Graves, Professor of Economics, University of Colorado; Tom Mayor, Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, University of Cororado; Jonathan Flowers, CU Young Democratic Socialists of Amerca; Steven Hlavac, senior at CU. The event will include exchange among panelists and Q & A from the audience. The event is an opportunity for exploration for all. Free. 7 p.m. Info: carolyn@rmpjc.org. 
Thursday, March 08
Erie
Erie Mayoral & Trustee Candidate Forum Vista Ridge Academy
at 06:30 PM
Join the League of Women Voters of Boulder County to meet the candidates for the positions of Town of Erie Mayor and Trustee. 
Golden
A Century of Views of Colorado: 1820-1920 CU Benson Earth Sciences
at 05:30 PM
CU Boulder Libraries will be hosting a free and open to the public event, A Century of Views of Colorado, March 8, 5:30 at Benson Earth Sciences. Christopher Lane, from PBS' Antiques Roadshow, will be presenting rare maps and sketches from 1820-1920 that offer a window into the development of our state from its origins through the early 20th century. The Map Library, located across the hall, has an accompanying exhibit through May 2018. 
Longmont
Rise of Nazism & Alt-Right@the Library Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Join Front Range Community College faculty, Professor Mary Ann Grim and Dr. Catlyn Keenan, as they trace the historical roots of Nazism in America through the development of the organizations associated with the so-called "Alt-Right" movement. Registration is required. Please visit the library website: www.longmontcolorado.gov/library
 
Friday, March 09
Longmont
From Her Perspective Opening Firehouse Art Center
at 06:00 PM
A collection of works by cutting edge female print makers in celebration of International Womens day and the 3rd biannual Month of Printmaking.

The exhibition focuses on the complications, layers and depth of the modern female perspective. Featuring the work of the Spooky Boobs Collective, Roberta Restaino & Melissa Vogley Woods.

Month of Printmaking Denver (MoPrint) is a celebration of the art of making original prints to inspire, educate and promote awareness through a variety of public even 
Saturday, March 10
Boulder
Grapes for GoodT he 15th Annual Autism Society of Boulder County St. Julien Hotel
at 06:00 PM
Grapes for Good Wine Tasting Fundraiser Please join us for a night of fine wines, food, fun and fundraising! Raise your glass, raise your paddle and help us raise some money to support all those affected by autism in our community.
 
Broomfield
A Tuscan Night with Glory Chateau at Fox Meadow
at 05:00 PM
Glory Community is a home for adults with developmental disabilities. We provide a safe home environment where adults with developmental disabilities are able to a live semi-independent lifestyle under the watchful eyes of caring and loving House Parents 
Monday, March 12
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Diagnosis Part II: Bipolar Disorders Atonement Lutheran Church
at 06:00 PM
Close Cousins and Substance Use, Soft bipolar disorder and the bipolar spectrum. What disorders commonly co-occur or are confused with bipolar? How does this impact treatment? How are alcohol and recreational drug use related? Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free & drop-in. Mondays March 5, 2018 to April 30, 2018. No seminar Monday, March 26.
6pm to 7:30pm in the main sanctuary. 
Tuesday, March 13
Denver
Crisis and Clarity in the Middle East The Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 07:00 PM
The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL) and The Denver Post present Crisis and Clarity in the Middle East, featuring His Royal Highness Prince Feisal Ibn Al-Hussein, of The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and Ambassador Dennis Ross, Middle East policy adviser to five U.S. presidents. This critical forum will address current security concerns in the Middle East and what the future holds for both the U.S.s and Jordans involvement. The event is hosted by Governor John Hickenlooper 
Wednesday, March 14
Boulder
Dairy Presents: Flowers of Evil Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Award-winning jazz pianist and composer Annie Booth premieres a compelling, genre-bending work, Flowers of Evil. Based on the beautifully dark poetry collection of one of the greatest 19th century French poets, Charles Baudelaire, this program will feature mixed media and a fusion of jazz and classical instrumentation, taking you on a musical journey filled with sonic landscapes that match the complexity of Baudelaires work. 
Friday, March 16
Boulder
The Mystic Meets the Prophet-Listening For the Call to Compassio First Congregational Church of Boulder
at 07:00 PM
The Fox Institute presents Andrew Harvey, author, religious scholar and teacher. The crucial task of our time is to marry the deepest spiritual wisdom and compassion with wise focused radical action in Sacred Activism. Only a worldwide revolution of compassion in action can prevent terrible crises and co-create a new and just world. Andrew Harvey will lay out his vision of Sacred Action and inspire all that come to rise to the challenge of our time. 
Lakewood
Beautiful Junk Sale Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 08:30 AM
Flea marketers, bargain hunters and junk spelunkers alike rejoice! The Action Center's Beautiful Junk Sale returns on March 16th and 17th at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. The Beautiful Junk Sale is the largest bargain shopping extravaganza in Jefferson County! The Sale offers 10,500 square feet of jewelry, collectibles, vintage odds and ends, a vast array of household items, sporting goods, holiday decor, kitchen gadgets and MUCH more!



 
Saturday, March 17
Boulder
Natural Beekeeping Workshop Boulder
at 10:00 AM
Learn Backyard Beekeeping. Everything you need to know to get started with bees and a hive in your backyard. Session 1 covers more than just the bee basics, which is a misnomer because there is nothing basic about the bees. For Session 2 we teach step-by-step management practices during the seasons of the hive. We learn to "read" combs from different locations in the honey bee nest and assess their condition, their state of health and many other factors. 
Lakewood
Beautiful Junk Sale - Saturday Jefferson County Fairgrounds
at 08:00 AM
Flea marketers, bargain hunters and junk spelunkers alike rejoice! The Action Center's Beautiful Junk Sale returns on March 16th and 17th at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. The Beautiful Junk Sale is the largest bargain shopping extravaganza in Jefferson County! The Sale offers 10,500 square feet of jewelry, collectibles, vintage odds and ends, a vast array of household items, sporting goods, holiday decor, kitchen gadgets and MUCH more!



And don't forget! On Friday, March 16th there is an 
Longmont
Homeward Bound Boulder County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building
at 06:00 PM
A Benefit for Longmont Humane Society. Local Food and Beverage Tastings Silent and Live Auction Live Entertainment Share your luck with the animals! Longmont Humane Society serves over 4,200 animals every year.
Join us at Homeward Bound to support animals in need and celebrate second chances. 
Sunday, March 18
Boulder
Natural Beekeeping Workshop Boulder
at 10:00 AM
Learn Backyard Beekeeping. Everything you need to know to get started with bees and a hive in your backyard. Session 1 covers more than just the bee basics, which is a misnomer because there is nothing basic about the bees. For Session 2 we teach step-by-step management practices during the seasons of the hive. We learn to "read" combs from different locations in the honey bee nest and assess their condition, their state of health and many other factors. 
Monday, March 19
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Mood Charts, Regular Daily Routines, Atonement Lutheran Church
at 06:00 PM
A review of lifestyle choices that may impact current symptoms and risk for relapses, and specific tools to help facilitate behavioral changes. Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free & drop-in. Mondays March 5, 2018 to April 30, 2018. No seminar Monday, March 26. 6pm to 7:30pm in the main sanctuary. 
Tuesday, March 20
Firestone
St. Brigit Vernal Equinox Celebration 110 Johnson Street, Frederick CO 80530
at 07:00 PM
St. Brigit Episcopal Church once again will celebrate the return of Spring with a Vernal Equinox Service at 7:00p.m. The theme of this unique, contemplative service will be Gods provision for the outsider.

The Vernal Equinox celebration is a part of St. Brigits Ait Caol series. Ait Caol (pronounced atch qweel) is Gaelic for A Thin Place. 
Thursday, March 29
Aurora
Small Group Medium Reading w/ Psychic Medium Deb Sheppard Deb Sheppard's Office, 15854 E Crestridge Circle, Centennial
at 02:00 PM
During my medium reading events, I am a messenger for the spirit world. The guides work through me and the messages that are shared depend on the energy the guests bring with them.

 
Monday, April 02
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Sleep! Atonement Lutheran Church
at 06:00 PM
Good sleep can help to stabilize mood, while poor sleep can be both a trigger and a symptom of mood episodes. We will discuss research-supported strategies for improving sleep. Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free & drop-in. Mondays March 5, 2018 to April 30, 2018. No seminar Monday, March 26. 6pm to 7:30pm in the main sanctuary. 
Friday, April 06
Loveland
NoCo5 Hemp Expo Ranch Events Complex
at 10:00 AM
The 5th Annual NoCo Hemp Expo, the largest two-day gathering of hemp thought leaders, speakers, producers, entrepreneurs, and exhibitors from around the globe. Taking place April 6-7, 2018, at the Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, CO, the event will showcase the latest products, innovations, research and advancements in the hemp industry world-wide. 
Monday, April 09
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Treatment Part I: Psychotherapy Atonement Lutheran Church
at 06:00 PM
What role does psychotherapy play in treating bipolar disorder? What kinds of psychotherapy are there? How do you shop for a therapist? Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free & drop-in. Mondays March 5, 2018 to April 30, 2018. No seminar Monday, March 26. 6pm to 7:30pm in the main sanctuary. 
Friday, April 13
Denver
Public Talk with Nobel Peace Prize Winner Oscar Arias Manuel High School
at 07:00 PM
Two-time President of Costa Rica, awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1987 for negotiating peace in Central America.

The Arias Plan called on the leaders in the region to limit the size of their armies, assure freedom of the press and hold open elections. He also made efforts to protect the environment, battle poverty and improve education for the people.

Today Arias work focuses on peace, justice, and disarmament and more 
Saturday, April 14
Denver
PeaceJam Annual Rocky Mountain Conference and Unity Rally Manuel High School
at 08:00 AM
The PeaceJam Youth Leadership Conference and Unity Rally is a 2 day event facilitated by adult mentors for youth in grades 3 through 12.

This action-packed, interactive and educational conference allows youth to connect with Nobel Peace Prize winner and former President of Costa Rica, Oscar Arias Sanchez, along with other leaders in their communities and local non-profits,

 
Monday, April 16
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Treatment Part II: Medications Atonement Lutheran Church
at 06:00 PM
A review of general principles to help you: (1) better understand medications and how to take them, (2) shop for a psychiatrist, and (3) make the most of (often) brief appointments. Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free & drop-in. Mondays March 5, 2018 to April 30, 2018. No seminar Monday, March 26. 6pm to 7:30pm in the main sanctuary. 
Friday, April 20
Boulder
Make the Magic Benefiting Camp Kesem at UC Boulder Rembrandt Yard
at 06:00 PM
Camp Kesem is a non-profit organization that provides support for children through and beyond a parent's cancer. A free week of summer camp is provided to these families, all supported by fundraising efforts of volunteer college students. Make the Magic is an evening of fundraising to support the camp in the summer of 2018. The event will include dinner and drinks, special speakers and a paddle raise! For more information, please contact; cuboulder.mtm@campkesem.org 
Saturday, April 21
Fort Collins
Earth Day Fort Collins Civic Center Park
at 11:00 AM
Earth Day Fort Collins is a combination of activities and events for the entire family, featuring Informational Booths and Displays, Arts & Crafts, Workshops, Live Music, Speakers, Local Food and a Beer Garden. Earth Day encourages and inspires community members to honor the Earth EVERY DAY and make efforts toward conservation and preservation of our wondrous planet for current and future generations. This event is free! Please bring a non-perishable item for the Food Bank for Larimer County. 
Monday, April 23
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Bipolar Disorder and Relationships Atonement Lutheran Church
at 06:00 PM
What you can do to help a family member with bipolar disorder and/or what you can do to nurture relationships impacted by your bipolar disorder. Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free & drop-in. Mondays March 5, 2018 to April 30, 2018. No seminar Monday, March 26. 6pm to 7:30pm in the main sanctuary. 
Saturday, April 28
Englewood
Casino Royale Gala-The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation Hilton Denver Inverness Hotel, 200 Inverness Drive West, Englewo
at 05:00 PM
Join us for Casino Royale Gala, the 9th Annual Spring Gala event benefitting The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation. This promises to be a fun-filled evening with casino games and entertainment by Colorado Casino Nights, fabulous dinner, great friends and a live auction with wonderful items donated to the foundation. 
Monday, April 30
Boulder
Sutherland Seminar Series - Relapse Plans and Crisis Management Atonement Lutheran Church
at 06:00 PM
Powerful tools for detecting early warning signs of an impending mood episode short-circuiting the episode, and/or limiting the amount of damage caused by the episode. Strategies and resources for acute crisis management. Series is geared toward adults with a bipolar disorder, family and friends, professionals, and anyone wanting to comprehend the illness. Seminars are free & drop-in. Mondays March 5, 2018 to April 30, 2018. No seminar Monday, March 26. 6pm to 7:30pm in the main sanctuary. 
Saturday, May 05
Denver
Paranormal Supernatural Conference 2018 PPA Event Center, 2105 Decatur St
at 09:00 AM
Meet seasoned cutting edge speakers, authors, investigators, researchers across subjects of paranormal phenomena - including a Near Death Experiencer (NDE), UFO Investigator, between life soul planning regressionist, CIA-military trained Controlled Remote Viewer, ET Abductee, CE-5 UFO caller, Energy-Sound Healer Tech., and speakers of other unexplained phenomena. The Conference supports awakening yourself first. Awakening breaks many rules. 
Sunday, June 03
Boulder
Out Boulder County Annual Garden Party 2018 Boulder
at 04:00 PM
Come join Out Boulder County Sunday, June 3rd for our annual Garden Party and awards ceremony! Every year, Out Boulder County honors three outstanding members of our community with the Clela Rorex Allies in Action Award, Jack and Jean Hodges Big Hearts Award, and the Ignite and Inspire Youth Leadership Award.

For more information regarding the event venue or inquiries on how to nominate someone for an award, contact Juan Moreno at Jmoreno@outboulder.org or call our office at 303-499-5777 
Saturday, June 23
Boulder
Haute Route Mavic Rockies Haute Route Boulder Start Village, Boulder Accomodations, 80301
at 06:00 AM
Following the resounding success of the inaugural edition of the Mavic Haute Route Rockies, the second edition is set to take place in June 2018!

The second edition will run over seven days from June 23rd to June 29th in Colorado, the heartland of American cycling. The seven timed and ranked stages will once again include high altitude passes, beautiful panoramas across the vast Colorado plains and iconic hardpack dirt roads. 
Longmont
Longmont Pride 2018 Downtown Longmont
at 02:00 PM
Out Boulder County's annual Longmont Pride is Saturday, June 23rd, 2018 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm on 4th Street between Main and Emery Street in Longmont. Come early and stay all day!

The day will be jam-packed with activities, amazing community partners sharing information, Pride merchandise galore from Out Boulder County and other wonderful vendors. Jewelry from talented artists, flash-mobs, photo booths, a dunk-tank, and multiple activities will be available throughout the day. 
Saturday, June 30
Denver
3rd Annual Epilepsy Awareness Day at Elitch Gardens Elitch Gardens, 2000 Elitch Circle, Denver, 80204, United States
at 04:00 AM
Join us for the 3rd Annual Epilepsy Awareness Day at Elitch Gardens, honoring our Everyday Heroes! This is not a walk or run, just a fun day raising awareness and painting the park purple. Registration opens February 5, 2018. Tickets price will include a tshirt for the event, however, we cannot guarantee tshirts or exact sizes for those registering after May 31, 2018. 
Sunday, July 15
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. 
Saturday, September 08
Nederland
Ned*Ned 5K / 10K and Half Marathon to benefit TEENS, Inc. TEENS, Inc.
at 08:00 AM
Registration is now open! Voted Best of the Rockies for the past two years, the Ned*Ned race invites you to run a 5K, 10K or Half Marathon in historic Nederland, CO, Saturday, September 8, 2018! Half-Marathon 13.1 fans will get to experience trail running within an exceptional part of Boulder County and the 5K / 10K events remain fun as costumes are still encouraged. Register: www.nednedrun.com We are now part of The Colorado Mountain Half Series! Register: comtnhalf.com
 
Sunday, September 09
Boulder
Boulder Pridefest 2018 Downtown Boulder
at 11:30 AM
Out Boulder County's annual Boulder Pridefest is Sunday, September 9th, 2018 from 11:30am to 6:30pm. Come early and stay all day!

The day will be jam packed with activities, amazing community partners sharing information, Pride merchandise galore from Out Boulder County and other wonderful vendors. Jewelry from talented artists, photo booths, give-aways all over the park, and multiple activities in the Health and Wellness Area and the Youth and Family Area. 
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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