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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, September 22
Free Meditation Class for Teens 'n Tweens 1336 Glenarm Place
at 05:45 PM
Teens n Tweens! Come explore internal tools that can help you navigate through difficult situations, build relationships and explore your individuality within a safe and supportive environment. Class includes fun activities that can be applied to meditation practice to develop inner strength and confidence.

Classes are taught by adults with experience in meditation and working with youth.

Everyone is welcome regardless of religious affiliation. 
Autumnal Equinox Celebration St. Brigit Episcopal Church
at 07:00 PM
The Autumnal Equinox Service is part of St. Brigits Ait Caol series, now in its sixth year. Ait Caol (pronouncedatch qweel) is Gaelic for A Thin Place. These services are created to offer guests an experience of God through a unique liturgy, which combines ancient tradition with contemporary language. They include specially designed meditation areas, reflecting the Scriptural lessons, and sacred music with a Celtic sound. 
Saturday, September 23
11th ANNUAL LATINX CUMBRE JUVENIL UMC at CU Boulder 1669 Euclid Ave,
at 04:00 AM
The Annual Latinx Cumbre Juvenil is a social justice conference for Latinx middle and high school youth who speak Spanish. The Cumbre is a safe space to examine social justice issues and intersectionality for leadership, community, and movement building. We aim to strengthen communication between generations by empowering youth voices and authentically honoring cultural identities.

*Our space welcomes, honors, and celebrates Latinx youth of all identities, and documentation status.

28th ANNUAL - TOWN FALL FESTIVAl morrison ciderfest lawn at 150 spring street
at 09:00 AM
Cider presses with fresh sweet cider tastings, live music all day, car show, arts vendors, food and craft beer & cider. Hay rides and KID activities. 
Sunday, September 24
Colorado Resistance Launch Party Rayback Collective
at 03:00 PM
Colorado Resistance is working to channel the upwelling of post-election activist energy into landslide progressive victories in 2018 state elections. Join this growing community at our launch party at Rayback Collective on Sunday, September 24 at 3pm. Attendance is free. 
4th Annual Bird Migration Waneka Lake &Greenlee Preserve Waneka Lake
at 01:00 PM
Explore the wonderful world of birds in a beautiful place! See a live falcon and other birds of prey up close and view birds in the wild through spotting scopes and binoculars. . Learn about migration, marshes and the role avian friends play in our lives. Enjoy games, art projects and a scavenger hunt. These and other activities will be featured at the 4rd Annual Celebrating Bird Migration at Lafayettes Waneka Lake and Greenlee Wildlife Preserve Open Space.
5K Family Walk/Run to STOMP out Epilepsy and SUDEP Clement Park
at 07:30 AM
Join us at Clement Park for the 8th Annual STOMP Out Epilepsy and SUDEP Awareness Walk/Run. Funds raised by this Foundation provide funds for fully-trained seizure-response dogs, life-saving movement monitors for those in need and grant wish trips to Epilepsy Awareness Expo and Day at Disneyland. If you can't walk or run with us, consider registering as a virtual walker to show your support. Create your own team and raise funds and awareness 
Awaken The Dreamer Symposium New Thought NoCo Center For Spiritual Living, 5628 McWhinney Blv
at 01:30 PM
A dynamic, 4-hour multimedia workshop that uses videos, personal reflection, and group activities to engage citizens as the co-creators of an environmentally-sustainable, socially-just, and spiritually-fulfilling world. Registration begins: 1:00. Event starts promptly at 1:30pm. Learn more/register: For more info, contact Noel or Bob: or call 920-312-0301 
Monday, September 25
The Unseen Festival Counterpath
at 07:30 PM
This evening of the Unseen Festival features Thorsten Trimpops Furusato and leads off with Shunsaku Hayashis Railment. The evening begins with a reading curated by Marcia Douglas, featuring Courtney M. Morgan and Awon Atuire. 
Author Scott Carney@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Come hear award-winning investigative journalist and anthropologist, Scott Carney, discuss his latest book, What Doesn't Kill Us: How freezing water, extreme altitude, and environmental conditioning will renew our lost evolutionary strength. This program will be held at the City Council Chambers. Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Tuesday, September 26
Boulder Protectors Working Group Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 06:00 PM
Our mission is to protect the eco-systems and public health in Boulder County by preventing any further oil and gas development/fracking in Boulder County through direct action. We are pressuring the Boulder County Commissioners to ban fracking in Boulder County and to pass The Boulder County Climate Bill of Rights and Protections. Arapahoe Room; social time and mentoring from 5:30 to 6pm. 
Longmont Protectors Longmont Public Library
at 07:30 PM
Come join us in the lower level conference room to strategize on issues related to community rights, particularly concerns related to oil and gas development. 
Wednesday, September 27
LWVBC Sponsors BVSD School Board Candidates Forum Boulder Valley School District
at 07:00 PM
Meet the candidates in the Boulder Valley School District School Board race. Candidates running for the board seat in District E are Donna Miers, Raj Rawat, and Dean Vlachos. Running for the board seat in District F are Alexandra Eddy, Andrew Henderson, and Kitty Sargent. Christina Marquis is the sole candidate for District B.

BV22 is the TV coverage. The forum will be web streamed. BV22 can be viewed any time, on any device.
Make It Go Exhibit Opening WOW! Children's Museum
at 09:00 AM
Make It Go! is an exciting new STEM focused exhibit that explores the physics and motion of traveling in a car, riding and bike, and seeing a hot air balloon. Is it harder to pedal up a short steep hill or a long shallow hill? Does a bumpy road slow down a car? What makes hot air balloons go up in the sky anyway? Find out the answers to these questions and more at this engaging new hands-on exhibit geared for children ages 2-8 years. 
Thursday, September 28
We the People 2.0 Longmont Public Library
at 06:30 PM
A screening of the film "We The People 2.0," presented by the Boulder County Protectors. Find out more about the second American revolution, community rights, and the rights of nature. Introduction and Q+A by Lafayette City Council member Merrily Mazza. 
Free Screening of We the People 2.0 Longmont Public Library
at 06:30 PM
- featuring the work of Thomas Linzey and CELDF on the current state of our democracy. Sponsored by Boulder County Protectors, a local Community Rights organization that is engaging citizens in Boulder County and beyond to prevent the oil and gas industry from drilling in our backyards. Arrive early for best seating. For more info, call Jen at 720.220.5727 
Friday, September 29
7@7: Celebrating 7 Years of Girls' Education at Edge of 7 3300 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205
at 04:00 AM
Join us for our annual party celebrating the power of educating girls and women around the world. This year were also celebrating Edge of Seven at seven years old 7 at 7 and our impacts around the world.

Were proud to bring Academy Award winning documentary filmmaker Vanessa Roth to tell the story of her amazing last project; the 4-part internationally acclaimed Netflix series Daughters of Destiny which follows the lives of 5 Dalit girls in India over 7 years 
Fort Collins
Larimer County Workforce Symposium Lincoln Center
at 08:15 AM
September 29, 2017 - The Lincoln Center, Fort Collins
The Larimer County Workforce Center and the Workforce Development Board are convening workforce thought leaders and community stakeholders to develop workforce strategies for northern Colorado employers. We are seeking speakers with innovative models and best practices related to the following themes:8
Recruitment as marketing and vice versa;
Skills-based recruitment, hiring and training;
Saturday, September 30
Fort Collins
15th Annual Harvest Farm Fall Festival & Corn Maze Harvest Farm
at 10:00 AM
Families of all ages are invited to enjoy fall fun this October at Denver Rescue Missions 15th Annual Harvest Farm Fall Festival & Corn Maze. Activities include a 10-acre corn maze, corn cannons, yard games, food trucks, natural play areas, petting zoo, pig races, hay wagon rides and much more.
Visit for more information and to purchase tickets.
Friday and Saturday hours: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday hours: 12 p.m.-6 p.m.
Pancake Breakfast benefit for Texas Firefighters 6230 Lookout Road
at 08:00 AM
Boulder Rural Fire Rescue is hosting a benefit Pancake breakfast for Cy-Fair VFD in Texas, the USAs largest volunteer fire department.
Sunday, October 01
Posibilidad Nicaraguense - Giving Girls a Chance Boulder Friends Meeting
at 04:00 PM
Posibilidad Nicaraguense makes secondary school and college possible for young women in need in Nicaragua. Our students are studying nursing, pharmacy and accounting and are working in law and business. Read about our students at

Enjoy the film Inside Job and learn about Posibilidad with a Q&A session.

Posibilidad Nicaraguense is a homegrown Boulder NGO started by Charlie Janney, nurse practitioner, social worker and therapist. 
Screening of "Inside Job" Friends Meeting House
at 04:00 PM
Charles Ferguson's award winning 2010 Documentary on the 2008 Global Economic Crisis. Screened at a fund raiser for Nicaraguan Possibility, a charity that sponsors the education of impoverished Secondary School and College students in Nicaragua. 
Monday, October 02
Autumn Cleanse Stillwater Clinic & Apothecary
at 05:00 PM
10 Day RESET - As we transition through Fall into Winter, let us show you how to use food as medicine to transform your health and cleanse from the inside out as life begins to slow down. There will be 4 group meetings beginning Monday 10/2, Friday 10/6, Monday 10/9, and Friday 10/13 from 5-7 p.m. More details can be found at - space is limited, please sign up in advance! 
Wednesday, October 04
"How Do We Avoid War with North Korea?" Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 06:30 PM
Panel and discussion with Tom Mayer, Ron Forthofer and Dan Winters. We'll present some of the history of relations with Korea and what has given rise to the present conflict, as well as what can be done next to prevent war and settle the conflict. 6:30 p.m. In the Boulder Creek Room. Presented by the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center. 
WY-CO Workforce Regional Job Fair Fall 2017 The Ranch Events Complex
at 03:00 PM
Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming Employers ARE HIRING. Manufacturing, Healthcare, Construction, Hospitality, Government, Retail, Professional Services, Seasonal, and much, much more! For participating businesses and updates, visit or Facebook @LarimerCountyWorkforceCenter.
Free event; no registration required. Check with your local workforce center for job fair prep events and come prepared with resume in hand and ready for possible On-the-Spot interviews!
Friday, October 06
The Wisdom of Uncertainty, Lecture by Jerry Ruhl Community United Church Christ
at 07:00 PM
All things which upset my subjective views, plans and intentions, and change the course of my life for better or for worse. C. G. Jung
The great problem of our time is that we dont understand what is happening to the world Our values are shifting, everything loses its certainty Who is the awe-inspiring guest who knocks at our door portentously? C.G. Jung, Letters, II, p. 590
What does it mean to be human in a chaotic world? How are we to cope? There are times, personally and collectively, 
Saturday, October 07
Naughty Ball -18th Annual Halloween Diamond Cabaret, 1222 Glenarm, Denver 80204, United States
at 08:00 PM
A full immersion exotic costume ball.Costume Mandatory - Gold, Glitter, Lingerie, or Naughty.An experience that will leave you tingling for the year.Who does not want to be naughty for Halloween?For the 18th year in a row, KLP will be throwing the eagerly anticipated and nationally renowned Halloween party, Denver Halloween - Naughty Ball. The Naughty Ball is a provocative exploration of elegant eroticism in a safe and welcoming environment all 
Paws in the Park Boulder County Fairgrounds Picnic Shelter
at 09:00 AM
Walk Begins: 9:00 a.m.Festival: 9:30 a.m. - 12p.m.Join Longmont Humane Society for a morning in the Park! Bring your friends, family and dog to the Pet-Friendly Walk and Festival.Dogs welcome to walk, run and participate in the event! Enjoy pet-friendly vendors, games, food and more after the walk! Event proceeds benefit Longmont Humane Society.
Tuesday, October 10
Longmont Protectors meeting Longmont Public Library
at 07:30 PM
Join us in the library's lower level conference room to work on issues of community rights, particularly against fracking. Newcomers welcome. 
Wednesday, October 11
Lafayette Candidates Forum Lafayette Public Library
at 06:30 PM
Meet the candidates for Lafayette City Council this fall. Comcast Channel 8 and the citys online streaming video webpage will broadcast the forum. An online, recorded version will be available via the Citys On-Demand Streaming Video webpage. 
Thursday, October 12
Bites & Brews for Biodiversity Silver Vines Winery
at 06:00 PM
Rocky Mountain Wild will be celebrating another year of biodiversity in our region, and you're invited! The event will be held on October 12th at Silver Vines Winery in Arvada and will feature a silent auction, tasty appetizers, wine, engaging presentations on wildlife issues, and a wild-themed game! Plus, there will be opportunities to take direct action to help protect biodiversity in our region! 
DNA & Your Heritage@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Deena Coutant, full-time professional research and genetic genealogist, will provide strategies to help you successfully discover, share, and properly preserve your family legacy through both traditional genealogical research and DNA testing. Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information.

Friday, October 13
Resilience Bridge: Real Tools For Real Times Caritas Center
at 09:00 AM
All economic, environmental and cultural indicators boldly point to our current predicament as the end of our business as usual paradigm.

While this may well be true, those in power appear committed to maintaining our familiar, yet destructive, business as usual ways until the last tipping point has been passed.

This course offers tools for living resiliently in turbulent and terrifying times. 
Saturday, October 14
LWVBC Sponsors Boulder City Council Candidates Forum Boulder City Council Chambers
at 10:00 AM
The League of Women Voters of Boulder County will sponsor a Boulder City Council Candidates Forum in the City Council Chambers, Municipal Building. It will be televised by the local TV channel 8. There are 14 candidates to fill five open seats on the council. The four candidates who receive the most votes will serve four-year terms, while the fifth place candidate serves a two-year term.
Make a Wish Colorado Wheels & Wishes-Taking it to the Track Colorado National Speedway
at 09:00 AM
Spend a fun-filled day at Colorado National Speedway and benefit Make-A-Wish Colorado. Check out the amazing vehicles on display and decide which ones youd like to bid on for the ride-along of your dreams. Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Mustangs, Porsches and hot rods theres a vehicle for everyone! Every dollar raised will make wishes come true for Colorado wish kids and 100% of your donation is tax-deductible.
children 12 & under free; VIP tickets including BBQ lunch 
Thursday, October 19
Author Sarina Baptista Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Author Sarina Baptista will share the stories and experiences from her book, My View From Heaven: A Boy's Story of His Journey to Heaven. This event will take place at the Longmont City Council Chambers. Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, October 20
Seventh Wonder Posner Center for International Development
at 06:00 PM
You are invited to join Children's Future International for an evening of food and festivities to support Cambodia's most vulnerable children. Casual event, kids welcome. 
Saturday, October 21
Hogwarts Alumni Party Firehouse Art Center
at 07:00 PM
Relive your magical youth at the Hogwarts Alumni Party 2017! There will be a feast, some most potente potions, butterbeer (of course), music, and more. Madame Emerald and her Band of Seers will be on hand to help you unfog your future. Those who need to brush up on their magic can even take refresher classes.

There will be a special prize for the costume that reminds us the most of our days at Hogwarts!

General Admission Tickets include one drink token and hors d'oeuvres.
Wednesday, October 25
Peter Heller: Celine, A Novel Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
From the best-selling author of The Dog Stars and The Painter, Peter Heller gives us his finest work to date with his new novel, Celine. A luminous, masterful novel of suspense the story of Celine, an elegant, aristocratic private eye who specializes in reuniting families, trying to make amends for a loss in her own past.
Thursday, October 26
A Taste for Life Hyatt Regency Denver
at 06:00 PM
Join 800+ community leaders, philanthropic foodies, and well-known culinary superstars for an evening of delectable food, wine and spirits. A Taste for Life, an annual party that raises funds to support Project Angel Heart, features tantalizing appetizers, entrees and desserts from some of Denvers most popular restaurants and caterers, a variety of complimentary wine, cocktails and mixed drinks, fun silent and live auctions, and unique opportunities to mix and mingle. 
Monday, October 30
Colorado Nonprofit Association 2017 Fall Conference Sheraton Downtown Denver Hotel
at 07:00 AM
Colorado Nonprofit Association exists to strengthen nonprofits. Every day we educate and inform Colorado nonprofits about new ideas, best practices and pressing public policies so they can achieve greater impact on Colorado communities. Our role is continually growing even more important as there are more than 20,000 charitable nonprofits in our state representing six percent of our states economy.
This year, Colorado Nonprofit Association will host the 25th Annual Fall Conference and Exhibition 
Sunday, November 05
The Art of Hosting: Rising to Our Potential Sunrise Ranch
at 05:00 PM
A 3-day experiential training in methods that foster individual and group wisdom, leading to clear, purposeful action. This event is especially of service for those interested in wanting to steer meaningful change. 
Monday, November 06
The Regenerative Earth Summit: Food + Climate + Culture Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex, University of Co
at 09:00 AM
The Regenerative Earth Summit: Food + Climate + Culture is about the ground we walk on and the planet we call home. It is an invitation to influencers and innovators from the organic and natural food space, visionary voices from the soil carbon sequestration community, agronomists, farmers, ranchers, academics and civic leaders. The objective is to support farmers and ranchers with cooperation from the food and fiber industries to bring about a regenerative revolution in the agriculture system. 
Thursday, December 14
John Gierach: A Fly Rod of your Own Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
John Gierach, the voice of the common angler (The Wall Street Journal) andmemberof the Fly Fishing Hall of Fame, brings his sharp sense of humor andkeeneye for observation to the fishing life and, for that matter, life in general. In A Fly Rod of Your Own, Gierach takes us into his world and scrutinizes the art of fly-fishing.
Sunday, December 31
16thGreat Gatsby 16th White Rose Gala The Ellie Caulkins Opera House, 1101 13th Street, Denver 80204,
at 09:00 PM
White Rose Gala NYE Party Denver 2018.Roaring 20's / Great Gatsby!
Sold out 15 years, 2,000 people!Denver Post says it all - "Top Denver New Years Eve Party"

Wednesday, January 10
Ellen Mahoney: Earthrise Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Ellen Mahoney is the co-author, with the late Dr. Edgar Mitchell, of "Earthrise: My Adventures as an Apollo 14 Astronaut."Dr. Edgar Mitchell, along with eleven other Apollo moonwalkers during six historic moon missions (1969 to 1972), helped change our perceptions of Earth. Suddenly, it was possible for humans to walk on a different heavenly body.
Wednesday, February 21
Pam Houston: Some Kind of Calling Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Join author Pam Houston and preview herforth-comingbook and learn about life on the ranch trials, tribulations, joy and healing and the greatest love story of one womans life. "Some Kind Of Calling," is the story of all the ways the ranch challenged Houston, schooled her, healed her, and made her who she is today.
Saturday, March 10
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 
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