It’s that time of year again! Halloween in Boulder has something for everyone this year. Time to smell the hay, and pick the apples, and carve the pumpkins. And catch up on that latest of all of the spirited things taking place in Boulder this October. It’s Halloween, and every
Seventeen years ago, artistic director Nancy Smith wasn’t convinced the inaugural Aerial Dance Festival would take off (pun intended). It was the first event of its kind in the world, and as such had no precedent. As one of the first and (at that time) only aerial dance companies in
Rattlesnakes, nature journaling, and newcomers’ hikes… oh my! The City of Boulder’s acclaimed Natural Selections series has a variety of programs on deck for you and your family this summer. All are open to the public and absolutely free. Yes, you read that right – FREE.
Boulderites love their pets nearly as much as they love organic food and definitely more than the Whole Foods parking lot. Well, this summer, you can help celebrate the “love of dog” with a film fest designed especially for pet lovers in mind. On June 19th, head on over to
Dogs have got the life here in Boulder. Think about it. At the sides of their human counterparts they can enjoy breakfast and a bowl of water on the patios of most area restaurants, they can hike the mesas and see the flatirons with us, and they can nap in
Walk a bit. Sip some wine. Sample tasty culinary creations from local restaurants. Rub elbows with award-winning chefs. It’s all part of the Taste of Pearl, back in its 6th year on April 19th, and it’s a fabulous way to kick off spring, support local, and spend an afternoon getting lost
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