The Boulder History Museum is having a free day today. Why not stop in and find out what you may not know about Boulder? Their newest exhibit includes Beer! Boulder’s History on Tap, so if you love beer and Boulder you may just want to get to know both a little better with a stop at the Boulder History Museum. More information here.
Rain and Shine in Louisville is offering an adult class on creating fairy gardens today! From noon to 3:00pm you can learn to create your very own fairy garden right here in Louisville, Colorado! For more information or to register click here.
[June 15, 2013 . Noon to 3pm]
Today is a free day at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science today, Monday, June 3, 2013. Spend a day or just an afternoon enjoying the exhibits at this fantastic museum! Free all day. More information about exhibits and other attractions here.
Get ready, get set, Start Up Week is almost here. Each May, this 5-day event showcases the unique startup culture of Boulder. No registration required. You’ll find meetups, coffee shop pow-wows, the largest Ignite in the world [sold out], parties, drinks, food, hikes, bike rides, sun, and good people. Find out more here. [May 15 through 19, 2013 . Various locations in Boulder]
Calling all families to come celebration Earth Day! Join Growing Gardens right here in Boulder to celebrate Earth Day, today! Gather at the Children’s Peace Garden to join in a fun, interactive celebration intended to connect children and families to fresh food, local honeybees and healthy bodies. That’s a lot to accomplish, but leave it to the Growing Gardens people to make it happen. This event is free. Children’s Peace Garden is located at 1630 Hawthorn, Boulder.
[Saturday, April 20, 2013 . 10am to 2pm]
Learn how to empower your vision of presence with artist Jordan Wolfson. The evening is hosted by BMoCA and presented in collaboration with Art Students League of Denver. $5/free for members of Art Students League of Denver & BMoCA. More details and information here. [April 11, 2013 . 6:30 to 830pm]
This is the 65th Conference on World Affairs [CWA] held here in Boulder on campus and around town. This is truly a Boulder icon and CWA offers opportunities to engage and learn about a wide array of interesting topics. Today for instance you could attend the following:
- Ebert Interruptus II: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Here is the second session where the group views the movie but anyone can stop the action and ask a question. It takes a long time to get through a movie, so joining on the second session is still early.
- Understanding Cultures Through Art.
- Stop Surviving, Start Thriving.
- DIY: Making Stuff With Our Own Hands
These topics and many, many more are covered today through April 12, 2013. For more details, locations and times click here.