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31 Things to Do in Boulder in August

July 30, 2017

Boulder is closing out summer with a bang! Check out these 31 events happening in and around Boulder in the month of August. You’ll find everything from festivals, movies, concerts, camping, activities for the kids, a variety of fun fitness opportunities and so much more. Boulder has it all!

Frequent Flyers® International Aerial Dance Festival 2017

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When: July 30 – August 11

Where: Dairy Center for the Arts, 2590 Walnut St, Boulder, CO 80302

Time: Times vary, see performance and class schedules here.

Cost: $10+

Boulder-based Frequent Flyers® presents the international Aerial Dance Festival — now in its 19th year — providing an opportunity for people from all walks of life to experience the joy of dancing in the air through classes and performances. It’s a completely unique festival, and one that’s open to everyone, from beginners to advanced aerial dancers and all-ages audiences. Frequent Flyers®, a non-profit aerial-dance company, has been delighting audiences locally, around the U.S. and abroad for 29 years.

Two weeks of of classes, lectures, demonstrations, workshops, informal discussions and performances by internationally recognized artists provide a wonderful immersion in aerial dance. You can learn more about classes here. For a schedule of performances, click here.

Boulder County Fair

When: July 28 – August 5

Where: Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Rd, Longmont, CO 80501

Time: 10AM – 10PM (For carnival hours, click here.)

Cost: FREE (Parking is also FREE.)

Celebrating its 148th year, the Boulder County Fair, located at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont, is the longest running county fair in Colorado. The Boulder County Fair offers an entertaining and educational experience for the whole family with fun-filled events and activities like carnival rides and games, yummy food, music, demo derby and rodeos. For more information and complete schedule, click here.

Under the Stars Film Series

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Photo Courtesy of the Adventure Lodge

When: August 3

Where: Boulder Adventure Lodge, 91 Fourmile Canyon Dr, Boulder, Colorado 80302

Time: 6 – 10PM

Cost: FREE

The Boulder Adventure Lodge is hosting it’s 3rd Annual Under the Stars Film Series. A free night of live music and outdoor adventure films presented on a 24-foot inflatable projector screen setup on the lawn by Fourmile Creek. Beer and food are available for sale all evening. The Under the Stars adventure films are brought to you by the Adventure Film Festival, offering great door prizes from local sponsors which will benefit the Boulder Climbing Community, a local non-profit. Biking is highly encouraged! The lodge is located right at the end of the Boulder Creek Path, just 100 ft up Fourmile Canyon. Parking is super limited,$20/car for parking on site if you are not an A-Lodge guest. You can also park at the Elephant Buttress / Dome Rock parking area on Canyon, not at the Justice Center. We will have a free SHUTTLE giving people rides up the canyon. Call the lodge with questions: 303.444.0882.

See Dream to Fly at Fiske Planetarium

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Photo Courtesy Fiske Planetarium

When: August 2, 10, 13 & 26

Where: Fiske Planetarium, 2414 Regent Dr, Boulder, CO 80309

Time: Times vary, see schedule here.

Cost: Adults, $10, Kids $7 Tickets available here.

Have you ever dreamt you were flying? Have you ever thought how wonderful would it be to fly free as a bird?  Discover the mystery of flight with Leonardo da Vinci, Montgolfier brothers, Wright brothers and other inventors in Dream to Fly at CU Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium. Experience the adventure with powerful images and music, an immense and challenging dream, for which mankind has strived since the beginning of history. “Dream to Fly” describes the most important milestones on our route to conquering the skies—both in terms of technological breakthroughs, as well as our perceptions on flying itself.

NoBo Art District First Friday Art Walk

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Photo Courtesy NoBo Art District Facebook Page

When: August 4

Where:  Along Broadway from Pine Street to Highway 36 (Follow the polka dots and pink flags.)

Time: 6PM – 9PM

Cost: Free

NoBo Art District’s First Friday is a FREE self-guided tour of artists’ studios and creative businesses in the NoBo Art District. Meet painters, sculptors, photographers, designers and other artists along your stroll through the area.  Attendees will also enjoy live music, demos and special activities in many locations. Located along Broadway from Pine Street to Highway 36.  Follow the polka dots and pink flags to find surprises around every corner. Guided walking tours led by a NoBo Art District member. will visit 4-5 NoBo artists in their studios at 6:30 pm at 4635 Broadway, ACE Community Art Gallery. Visit the NoBo Information Tent in front of Ace Community Art Gallery, 4635 Broadway for a map of the studios open for First Friday and for answers to any questions.

Sanitas Taco Fest

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Photo Courtesy of Sanitas Brewing Co

When: August 5

Where:  Sanitas Brewing, 3550 Frontier Ave Unit A, Boulder, Colorado 80301

Time: 2PM – 9PM

Cost: $15 GA ticket* ($20 at gate), $50 for VIP ticket** ($55 at gate), FREE for Kids 12 and under

Check out Boulder’s 1st Taco Fest! Presented by Sanitas Brewing Co and McDevitt Taco Supply, the festival will feature 20+ Exclusive Sanitas Beers, 40+ Gourmet McDevitt Tacos, Lucha Libre Wrestling, Live Music – featuring Paa Kow and Selassie & Fafa Family. Kids will enjoy the free inflatable obstacle course, pinatas (for all ages!), and more!

*General admission ticket includes entry into event with access to Lucha Libre Wrestling show and live music. Beer and Tacos are additional onsite. **VIP ticket Includes 5 tacos and 3 beers, VIP lounge in brewery with A/C, deck viewing of Lucha Libre wrestling, live music, and inside bathrooms.

2017 Demolition Derby

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Photo Courtesy Boulder County Fair

When: August 5

Where:  Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Rd, Longmont, CO 80501

Time: 5PM – 9PM

Cost: $10/children, $20/adult, Children 3 & Under are FREE. Tickets available here.

Engines roaring, cars crashing and smoke a-rolling — the Demolition Derby is coming to the Boulder County Fairgrounds! Go-Derby Promotions will bring 5 classes of full weld, limited weld class, compacts, 80’s and newer to the outdoor arena floor. The event is very popular and sure to entertain!

Rocky Mountain Folks Festival

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Photo Courtesy of Rocky Mountain Folks Festival

When: August 18 – 20

Where: Planet Bluegrass, 500 W Main St, Lyons, Colorado 80540

Time: 10AM – 11PM

Cost: $65+, tickets available here.

Spend a glorious Colorado summer weekend celebrating songs and stories from around the musical and geographic world along the St. Vrain River at the 27th Rocky Mountain Folks Festival at Lyon’s magical Planet Bluegrass Ranch. The “summit on the song” welcomes our favorite songwriters from folk, rock, country, indie and more including Dave Rawlings Machine, Gregory Alan Isakov, The Revivalists, Lake Street Dive, Elephant Revival, Josh Ritter, Rhiannon Giddens and so many more! Full lineup can be found here. Numerous camping options nearby include: on-site at the festival grounds, along the St. Vrain at the new River Bend Campground (across the street from the Ranch), or under the cliffs at Meadow Park (an easy five-minute walk to the festival).

This family-friendly festival is FREE for kids under 12, with a whole host of activities: Tube the St. Vrain River through Planet Bluegrass. Paint, sculpt and assemble in the arts & crafts tent. Build sand castles on the beach. Join the variety of fun, planet-minded activities throughout the day including slacklining, tree climbing, nature studies, a kids music performance, an instrument petting zoo, and much more.

Glow in the Dark Hike on Chautauqua Trail

When: Saturday, August 12

Where: Chautauqua Park, 900 Baseline Rd, Boulder, Colorado 80302

Time: 8 – 10PM

Cost: Free, $5 Donation encouraged.  Register here.

Glow in the Dark Hike promises a night full of adventure, new experiences, friendship, and wonder. LiveVivacity presents the very first Glow in the Dark Hike in the City of Boulder, Colorado! Hikers will encounter 4 Health Activity Stations: A mental, a physical, a social, and a spiritual. You and your group will work together to reach the top, hiking through the forest at night lit by glow sticks and headlamps. At this time of night, many new creatures and animals will be out, making for a new and exciting experience! Only 100 spots available, register here.

Sunday Open House at Boulder Shambhala Center

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Photo Courtesy Boulder Shambhala

When: Sundays throughout August

Where: Boulder Shambhala Center, 1345 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO

Time:10:30AM – 12PM

Cost: Free

Interested in meditation but have no experience? The Boulder Shambhala Center holds an open house each Sunday for an introduction to the center, its lineage, and community. The Open House includes a talk, meditation instruction, discussion, and social time. Free of charge, all are welcome! No need to register, drop-in program.

Bands on the Bricks

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Photo Courtesy Bands on the Bricks

When: August 2 – August 16 (see schedule below)

Where:  Pearl Street, Downtown Boulder

Time: Beer Garden opens at 5:30 PM, Opening Act starts at 6:00 PM, Headlining Act starts at 7:00 PM

Cost: Free

From oldies to alternative and everything in between, Bands on the Bricks is Boulder County’s premier outdoor summer concert series taking place in the heart of the city on the bricks of the one-and-only Pearl Street Mall. A not-to-be-missed summer tradition with 10 weeks of free concerts. Enjoy performances from the best local musicians along the front range while dancing under the stars. Featuring an outdoor beer/wine/margarita garden starting at 5:30 p.m. every Wednesday night, featuring Rio Margaritas and a local brewery. August’s brewery is the Avery Brewing Company.

Bands on the Bricks August Schedule:

Aug 2: Chain Station
Aug 9: Chris Daniels and the Kings with Freddi Gowdy
Aug 16: Selasee & The Fafa Family

Meadow Music with Jeff and Paige

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Photo Courtesy Jeff and Paige

When: Mondays, August 7 & 14

Where: Chautauqua Green, Baseline Rd & 9th Street, Boulder, CO 80302

Time: 5:30 – 7PM

Cost: FREE

A kid favorite. Join the musical duo Jeff and Paige for evenings of children’s music and nature education. The evening consists of a short hike, followed by 45 minutes of nature music at the foot of the Flatirons. Sponsored by City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks Division Meadow Music is an award-winning environmental education program at Chautauqua Green in Boulder, Colorado.! The event begins at 5:30 with a short hike that’s friendly to all ages (please arrive early to find a place to put your picnic blanket before the hike). After the hike, the group returns to Chautauqua Green for a concert full of original nature and science-based music by Jeff and Paige. The concert starts around 6:00pm and ends by about 7:00. Bring a blanket to sit on, a picnic and some silliness!

Estes Park Wine Festival

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Photo Courtesy Estes Park Wine Festival

When: August 12 – 13

Where: Bond Park, 170 MacGregor Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517

Time: 11AM – 5PM

Cost: Tickets will be $30 presale, $40 at the gate. Tickets available here.

A celebration of Colorado wine in the heart of downtown Estes Park. Enjoy tastings from over 20 Colorado wineries, fresh food, local Colorado vendors and live music. The 3rd Annual Estes Park Wine Festival sets up for the weekend in beautiful Bond Park, where festival-goers can soak in the summer sun while enjoying sipping on a variety of locally created wines. From red to white and pink, the Estes Park Wine Festival offers the opportunity to taste and learn about each style of wine and the unique process of how wine is made in Colorado.

Enjoy a Beer & Paint Some Pottery with Color Me Mine

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Photo Courtesy Color Me Mine

When:

Monday, August 14, 4PM @ Upslope Brewing Company1898 S Flatiron Ct, Boulder, Colorado 80301
Saturday, August 19, 3PM @ Nighthawk Brewery2780 Industrial Lane, Broomfield, Colorado 80020
Friday, August 25, 5:30PM @ Großen Bart Brewery1025 Delaware Ave, Longmont, Colorado
Monday, August 28, 7PM @Rayback Collective2775 Valmont Rd, Boulder, CO 80304

Cost: Free admission, cost per piece of pottery – $15-$40/item, beer on hand for purchase!

Join Color Me Mine Boulder at your favorite local breweries this August! Color Me Mine will have a ton of fun items on-hand… beer-themed and non beer themed, ready for painting. Beer in one hand, brush in the other! This event is family friendly, visit Color Me Mine’s facebook page for more details on these fun events.

Colorado Shakespeare Festival

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Photo Courtesy Colorado Shakespeare Festival

When: Through August 13

Where: Mary Rippon Outdoor TheatreUniversity Theatre

Time: Times vary, check schedule here.

Cost: Starts at $20

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival was founded in 1958 and is still going strong. Held every summer at the picturesque Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre and the indoor University Theatre on the University of Colorado Boulder campus, this festival is consistently among the most critically acclaimed of its kind in the nation. CSF’s award-winning education program also presents classes, workshops and camps for all ages throughout the year. This summer’s performances include The Taming of the Shrew, Julius Caesar, Hamlet, Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead & Henry VI.

Boulder Craft Beer Festival

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Photo Courtesy Boulder Downtown

When: Saturday, August 19

Where: North Boulder Park, 2848 9th St, Boulder, CO 80304

Time: 1 – 5PM

Cost: $35 GA*, $50 VIP**, $10 Designated Driver*** Tickets available here.

Don’t miss the 4th Annual Boulder Craft Beer Festival, bringing together the best craft breweries and a handful of local cideries from Boulder County and beyond for a tasting festival, offering attendees samples of the best beer on the Front Range. The festival includes music, lawn games and food for purchase. Attendees will be able to sample beer from more than 30 breweries (click here to view the full line-up) while enjoying live music with two-hour sets from blues trio The Red Petals (12:30 – 2:30 pm) and Wandering Natives (3:00 – 5:00 pm) a high-energy, progressive, jam-grass band. A number of local food trucks will be participating in the festival with food for purchase onsite at the event. The ShutterBus will be on hand to take free photos with your friends.  There will also be free lawn games available for attendees including ping-pong and corn hole.

*The $35 per person General Admission ($45 the day of the event) ticket includes: Commemorative tasting glass, unlimited beer samples. **The $50 per person VIP ticket ($60 the day of the event) includes: Commemorative tasting glass, unlimited beer samples, specialty beer samples from participating breweries, VIP early access starting at 12:00 pm & logo souvenir item. ***The $10 per person Designated Driver (not be available the day of the event) ticket includes: Unlimited non-alcoholic beverages, & food voucher good for $10 at any of the food vendors at the event. Tickets available here.

Après Yoga at Upslope Brewing Co.

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When: Saturday, August 19

Where: Upslope Brewing Company, 1898 S Flatiron Ct, Boulder, Colorado 80301

Time: 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM

Cost: $15+, tickets available here.

Join Après Yoga founder Denelle Numis on her summer road trip to enjoy fresh brew all across this great nation. Catch her as she makes her way back to Boulder to Breathe, Bend & Brew at Upslope Brewing Company! For $15, enjoy a fun and energetic all levels yoga practice followed by a complimentary pint of Perennial brew.

Lafayette Peach Festival

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When: Saturday, August 19

Where: Old Town Lafayette on Public Road

Time: 9AM – 4PM

Cost: FREE

Lafayette’s 18th Annual Peach Festival centers around world famous all natural Palisade, Colorado peaches. Enjoy peach pies, peach cobbler and peach smoothies. Food vendors, crafters, antique dealers along with some of the finest artists from the Front Range and Western States will be showcased. Children’s activities, live entertainment and music throughout the day. Over 30,000 pounds of Certified Organic Peaches from Morton’s Orchard’s, Tate Orchards and Red Fox Run Orchards in Palisade, CO. will be available in 4 locations along Public Rd. Free face painting by Face Fiesta & balloon sculpting all day, 9:00am-4:00pm! Bonfils Bloodmobile will be holding a Blood Drive from 9:30am – 3:30pm. Look for the Bonfils Bus on S. Public road near Kimbark Street.

 

Free Community Yoga at Alchemy of Movement

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When: Sunday, August 20

Where: Alchemy of Movement, 2436 30th St, Boulder, CO 80301

Time: 1 – 2PM

Cost: Free

Ages: All Ages

Bring your mat and enjoy a bendy, fun, relaxing, and body-affirming hour of yoga at Alchemy of Movement in Boulder! All abilities and flexibilities (gender, sexuality, limbs) are welcome. No mat? No worries. . . there will be mats available to use. Cost: Donation based, all proceeds benefit Out Boulder County. All inquires contact Out Boulder County.

Twenty Ninth Street LIVE! Concerts

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Photo Courtesy Twenty Ninth Street Summer Concert Series

When: Saturdays, Aug 5 – Aug 26, 2017

Where: Twenty Ninth Street, Central Plaza next to West Elm

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Cost: FREE

Once again, Twenty Ninth Street is going to rock, swing and jive with the summer concert series all summer long! Join the fun at Twenty Ninth Street’s Central Plaza next to West Elm, where The Barrel is located for food, drinks and dancing under the stars.

August Music Line-Up:

Aug 5: Soul School
Aug 12: Ben Pu & Crew
Aug 19: Funkiphino
Aug 26: Chain Station

Free Outlaw Yoga at Sanitas Brewing

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When: Sunday, August 20

Where: Sanitas Brewing, 3550 Frontier Ave Unit A, Boulder, Colorado 80301

Time: 10:30AM – 12PM

Cost: Free

Take this FREE class with Outlaw Yoga at Boulder’s Sanitas Brewing Company. Class begins at 10:30, brews and community time will follow.

The Great Erie Outdoor Adventure

When: August 26  -27

Where: Erie Community Park, 450 Powers St, Erie, Colorado 80516

Time: Begins August 26 at 12PM, Ends August 27 at 9AM

Cost: $45/per campsite Resident of Erie, $56/per campsite Non-resident

The Town of Erie, along with Erie Parks & Rec is hosting this outdoor and nature-based event! Enjoy overnight camping in Erie Community Park plus other activities such as a variety of vendors, kayak tank, paddle board tank, quad jump, zip line, outdoor movie, light breakfast on Sunday and more! Campsites will not be assigned and will be on a first-come, first-serve basis the day of the event. Pre-registration is still required. Dinner will be available for purchase from the following food trucks: Comida, Mac Shack and Suburban Wiener.

Learn to Mountain Bike at Valmont Bike Park

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Photo Courtesy Lee Likes Bikes

When: Throughout August, see schedule here.

Where: Valmont Bike Park, 3160 Airport Rd, Boulder, CO 80301

Time: See schedule here.

Cost: $75

Lee Likes Bikes is holding mountain biking courses this summer at Valmont Bike Park for bikers who want to ride safer, more confidently and faster on a greater variety of terrain. If you are a beginner, this course will give you a solid foundation. Skip all the trial and error (and fear, and bad habits). If you’re an intermediate rider, the course will show you an even more effective—and way more fun—way to ride your bike. Go faster with less effort. Ride more safely. Shred new terrain. Every advanced thing you want to do is built on the core skills we teach. If you’re an expert or want to learn more in a four-hour class check out the Level 2 clinic.For details, read more about the courses here.Questions or concerns? Email Lee at lee@leelikesbikes.com.’

Movie in the Park – Harry and the Hendersons

When: Saturday, August 26

Where: Erie Community Park, 450 Powers St, Erie, Colorado 80516

Time: 8:30 – 10:30 PM

Cost: Free

Relax with the kids for an evening of free family entertainment to watch Harry and the Hendersons at Erie Community Park. Bring your blankets or lawn chairs and snacks. The movie will began at dusk (around 8:30 p.m.) and end by 10:30 p.m.

Dinosaur Discoveries – Ancient Fossils, New Ideas

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When: Daily throughout August

Where: Longmont Museum and Cultural Center, 400 Quail Rd, Longmont, CO

Time: Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm and Sundays 1 – 5 pm

Cost: $8 Adults, $5 Students/Seniors, Children 3 and under FREE, Museum members FREE

Opening this summer at the Longmont MuseumDinosaur Discoveries: Ancient Fossils, New Ideas, is an engaging exhibition that will reveal a vivid picture of what living, breathing dinosaurs were really like! Visitors will also get to see real bones from a T-Rex found in Littleton, authentic dinosaur tracks, and a soil sample of the K-T boundary, which shows the point in time 65 million years ago when many scientists believe the asteroid that caused mass extinction of the dinosaurs hit the Earth.

Kids can get their hands dirty excavating bones in our dinosaur dig pit, pretend they are part of the Jurassic Period in creative costumes, design their own dinosaur, assemble 3-D puzzles and more. In our courtyard, visitors can feed our brood of chickens – the feathered, living descendants of dinosaurs!

Electric Cruiser Boulder Bike Tour

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Photo Courtesy Boulder Tour Company

When: Sundays Throughout August

Where: Downtown Boulder

Time: 10AM – 12:30PM

Cost: $69/person, ages 14+, tickets available here.

Boulder Bike Tours will take you on an adventure that you could only get in Boulder! Take this sensational 2.5 hour guided tour on a fat-tire, electric-assist cruiser bike (the most fun and easy thing to ride on two wheels!) to experience all the gems of Boulder. Soar alongside sparkling Boulder Creek, through lush open spaces, historic downtown, CU, Chautauqua, NCAR, and charming neighborhoods on Boulder’s exclusive network of paved bike paths, safely away from car traffic. Magically fly up even the steepest hills without breaking a sweat, including an exhilarating yet effortless journey to the top of a mountain to bask in the stunning views. Feel like a kid again as you reconnect with yourself, others and nature.

Chautauqua Summer Concert Series

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Photo Courtesy Colorado Chautauqua Summer Concert Series

When: June 1 – Sept 21

Where: Chautauqua Auditorium, 900 Baseline Rd, Boulder, Colorado 80302

Time: Times vary, see schedule here.

Cost: Ticket prices vary, see schedule here.

Bring a picnic basket and head over to beautiful Chautauqua Park for the Chautauqua 2017 Summer Concert series. Concerts will be happening all summer long. See the July schedule below.

2017 Summer Concert Series August Line Up:

Aug 10: Colin Hay with Trace Bundy
Aug 15 & 16: St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Aug 19: Blind Pilot
Aug 25: The SteelDrivers
Aug 29: The Gipsy Kings

Public Meditation at Mipham Shedra Meditation Center

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Photo Courtesy Mipham Shedra Facebook Page

When: Sundays Throughout August

Where: Mipham Shedra Boulder Meditation Center, 2860 Bluff Street, Boulder, CO

Time: 6PM – 8PM

Cost: $5 for members, $10 for nonmembers

Please join the Boulder Sangha of Mipham Shedra Meditation Center, 2860 Bluff Street, every Sunday evening from 6:00pm-8:00pm for meditation instruction and a Dharma Talk given by Lhoppön Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist teacher in the ancient Dzogchen tradition. For more information, visit www.miphamshedra.org.

Handmade in Colorado Expo

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Photo Courtesy Estes Park, CO Facebook Page

When: August 26 -27

Where: Bond Park, 170 MacGregor Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517

Time: 10AM – 7PM

Cost: FREE

The 9th Annual Handmade in Colorado Expo is an annual showcase of some of Colorado’s Best Handmade Arts, Crafts, and Goods. All merchandise displayed at this juried show is handmade in Colorado and sold direct by the artist or crafter. A huge collection of exhibitors will represent a wide range of media. All work sold will be created from both emerging and experienced artisans from Colorado. This event is designed for Locavores as customers will only find Colorado made items. Free admission, Live music, and family fun. Experience Great shopping, awesome Live Music, and Live Art at the longest running and best festival exclusive to Colorado artists and crafters!

Oskar Blues Gold Rush Bike Rally and Run

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When: Sunday, August 27

Where: North Boulder Park, 2848 9th Street, Boulder, CO 80304

Time: 9AM – 3PM

Cost: $40+/adults, Kids under 18 are FREE, Register here.

RIDE or RUN for GOLD at the 2nd annual Oskar Blues Gold Rush Bike Rally and Run! Choose your adventure: a rugged cycling adventure through Boulder’s historic gold mining trails OR a team running relay in North Boulder Park. Both courses will have over 100 Gold Nuggets, redeemable for prizes at the after party! To register, click here. For detailed information, click here.

Boulder Farmers Market

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Photo Courtesy Boulder County Farmers Market

When: Saturdays, April 1-November 18, 2017 & Wednesdays, May 3-October 4, 2017

Where: 13th Street next to Central Park, Boulder, CO 80308

Time: 10AM – 2PM

Cost: FREE

Offering fresh fruit, flowers, veggies and delicious edibles, the Boulder Farmers’ Market provides a place for locals to sell their products in a friendly, fun environment. Twice a week, residents and visitors can fill their bags with goodies.

I am Rachel, Boulder writer and mother. I started this blog as a resource for Boulder newcomers and those considering relocating to this amazing, unique city. It has become my passion to explore Boulder and to share what I’ve learned with you! My husband, Jeremiah Daly, is a local Realtor and neighborhood expert. We live in the Boulder foothills with our two young daughters.

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