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What to Do with Kids in Boulder this Weekend, September 30 – October 1, 2017

September 27, 2017
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THIS WEEKEND the weather will be perfect for fall festivals, visiting the pumpkin patch or taking a fitness challenge for a good cause! Check out these fun events, perfect for kids, happening in and around Boulder.

ShredFest 2017

what to do with kids in Boulder this weekend

Photo Courtesy Shredder Ski

When: Saturday, September 30, 2017

Where: Shredder Ski, 6655 Arapahoe Ave, Suite J, Boulder, Colorado, CO 80303

Time: 3PM – 7PM

Cost: FREE

Ages: All Ages

Come enjoy the fun at ShredFest 2017! Bring your kiddo to participate in Shredder Ski‘s free ski and snowboard clinics. Clinics geared towards shredders ages 2-8. All gear is included. To reserve a spot for a clinic, please call: (303) 396-1754. Additional activities include games, giveaways, and a raffle for great ski/board gear and goodies! By registering for our Fall 2 Session, you are automatically entered into the raffle. For those participating in the clinic, please be sure to fill out the online waiver: http://shredderski.com/waiver/.

Sammy’s Heart Health Challenge, a Family Fun Fundraiser

what to do with kids in Boulder this weekend

When: Saturday, September 30, 2017

Where: Wild Flower Park, Next to Eldorado K8, 3351 S Indiana Street, Superior, CO 80027

Time: 9AM – 11AM

Cost: Suggested donation of $10 per participant which will benefit the Samantha Remington Angel Heart Foundation. To make a donation click here.

Ages: All Ages

Rock Creek Living and 9 Round Fitness bring to Superior a Fun Family Fundraiser supporting the Samantha Remington Angel Heart Foundation. Participants are invited to run, jump, skip, climb, toss, twirl and fly at this inaugural event. Like 9 Round Fitness circuit training, there will be 9 fun activities for all aged participants to move through in short two-minute intervals. There will be more family-friendly, fun activities along with food and drink options for everyone! Suggested donation of $10 per participant which will benefit the Samantha Remington Angel Heart Foundation. To make a donation click here. Each participant will receive an Event T-Shirt, a raffle ticket and opportunity to take part in our Heart Healthy Challenge. For more information on Samantha Remington Angel Heart Foundation visit sammyangelheart.com.

Visit a Local Pumpkin Patch

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Photo Courtesy Isabelle Farm

There are a ton of great pumpkin patches in and around Boulder! Check out this blog post listing nine of Boulder’s local pumpkin patches. The list includes an interactive map as well as detailed descriptions of each pumpkin patch and their fall festivities.

Painting Without a Brush

what to do with kids in boulder this weekend

When: Saturday, September 30, 2017

Where: Platt Middle School, 6096 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80303

Time: 10AM – 12PM

Cost: $39, $10 materials fee payable to instructor in class, Register here.

Ages: All Ages

Join your child or grandchild and rediscover the creativity of your youth with this BVSD Lifelong Learning class, Painting Without a Brush. Instead of a brush, you will use plastic forks and acrylic paints to create a colorful rooster portrait. You will also design a modern art masterpiece using a shower squeegee and paint. Dress for a mess and have fun getting your art on! Registration and materials fee covers both adult and child.

Longmont Chalk Art Street Fair & Bin Market

things to do in boulder in september

When: Saturday, September 30 – Sunday October 1, 2017

Where: Firehouse Art Center, 667 4th Ave, Longmont, CO 80501

Time: Saturday 10AM – 6PM, Sunday 10AM – 5PM

Cost: FREE

Ages: All Ages

Bin 46 Wine Bar & Restaurant is teaming up with Firehouse Art Center to bring new vibrancy to the community art scene this Fall with the kick off of the Longmont Chalk Art Street Fair & Bin Market. The Fair is a free two-day street-painting festival where 25 artists spend hours on their hands and knees over the course of two days turning the streets of Longmont into a vivid canvas of colorful chalk art. The goal of the event is to create a venue for artists, vendors and visitors alike to enjoy live-art, music and local artisan vendors for a fun family weekend. There will also be a special Pop up Dinner on Saturday evening– stroll along the street and view the art in progress while enjoying a special food and wine dinner under the stars hosted by Bin 46 Wine Bar & Restaurant. Tickets for Saturday night are $45.00 for General Admission and $125.00 for VIP. Order dinner tickets here.

Estes Park Elk Fest

what to do in boulder in september

When: September 30 – October 1, 2017

Where: Boyd Park, Boyd Lane, Estes Park, CO

Time: 10AM – 4PM

Cost: FREE

Ages: All Ages

To celebrate the annual elk rut and learn about the “wapiti,” the Native American name for elk, Estes Park hosts the annual Elk Fest in Bond Park. The free festival features bugling contests, elk exhibits, the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program, elk seminars, elk-inspired arts and crafts, Native American music, dancing and storytelling, a children’s area with elk-themed activities, and a craft beer garden. For safe & respectful elk viewing tips, please visit Estes Park’s Wildlife Watching page. Vendors will display artwork, handmade elk-ivory jewelry, and will offer distinctive elk cuisine.

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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