Calendar of events

Wednesday, February 26

Looking at Homelessness

6:30 PM
In conjunction with the Traces of Home exhibit, Tom Carr, an archaeologist, and photographer, presents a lecture on looking at homelessness in the urban corridor of the Front Range through the lens of archaeology.

Friday, February 28

Poudre River Forum

8:00 AM
Quality Collaborations: Coming Together to Ensure Clean Water for a Healthy, Working River

Tibetan Cranial Free Lecture and Demonstration

7:00 PM
Come meet Shar Lee, Master Teacher and Lineage Holder of the Tibetan Cranial® work, Tibetan Cranial® Apprentices, and Practitioners in person. Shar will share the amazing journey that led her to learn, practice, and now teach this ancient lineage of Tibetan Cranial®. how techniques, but to give the group an experience of this work.

Saturday, February 29

Artists Talk by Lisa Calzavara & Suzanne Frazier at D'art Gallery

1:00 PM
Located at 900 Santa Fe Drive, D’art Gallery hosts two concurrent solo exhibitions: “Shadows’ Breath” and “Boketto” by two member artists, Lisa Calzavara and Suzanne Frazier. The exhibition runs from Thursday, February 27 through Sunday, March 22, 2020. Lisa Calzavara and Suzanne Frazier will give Artist Talks on their process and inspiration in creating their work on Saturday, February 29 at 1 pm.

Wednesday, March 4

Actie Minds presents: Artificial Intelligence

2:00 PM
Join Active Minds for an overview of the development of Artificial Intelligence. RSVP: 303-761-0300

Wednesday, March 11

Active Minds presents: Hong Kong

10:30 AM
Join Active Minds as we tell the story of Hong Kong, past, present, and future.RSVP: 720-269-4380

Friday, March 13

Local Lab 2020- New Play Festival

11:00 AM
Boulder’s premier festival of new American plays, parties and so much more!

Saturday, March 14

Local Lab 2020- New Play Festival

11:00 AM
Boulder’s premier festival of new American plays, parties and so much more!

Sunday, March 15

Local Lab 2020- New Play Festival

11:00 AM
Boulder’s premier festival of new American plays, parties and so much more!

Saturday, March 21

Majestic View’s Rain Barrel Workshop

11:00 AM
Saturday, March 21, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. All ages, $25. Time to learn what you can do to help conserve water and quench your garden’s thirst. Come to this workshop where you will learn why and how to properly use rain barrels, and make one to take home and install before the Spring showers. Rain Barrels making supplies are limited, so register early!

Wednesday, March 25

Active Minds presents: Van Gogh

6:00 PM
Join Active Minds for a journey into the life and art of Vincent Van Gogh. RSVP: 303-757-1404

Friday, March 27

ROBERT MARBUT IN DENVER

10:00 AM
Dr. Robert Marbut, Executive Director of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, will present his program on transforming the homeless, 3/27 @ 10am, Regis University Chapel. Contact: Colorado Orthodox Academy, c.orthodox.a@gmail.com

Monday, March 30

Building Bridges: How to Be an Antiracist

7:30 PM
Join the Mizel Museum & The Denver Post on March 30 for an incredible night featuring Ibram X. Kendi, NY Times bestselling author of How to Be an Antiracist. Kendi will be interviewed by Gregory Moore, former co-chair of the Pulitzer Prize Board. This event is part of Building Bridges, an exciting new series that brings bestselling authors to Denver to discuss their work on confronting the most pressing social justice issues facing our communities.

Saturday, April 25

Story Seeds Storytelling Conference

8:00 AM
Rocky Mountain Storytelling (RMS), a volunteer-led non-profit organization of storytellers, story listeners, and story lovers will once again be hosting their annual “Story Seeds Conference." The conference features a keynote presentation with Donna Washington, an internationally known, multiple award winning storyteller, spoken word recording artist, and author. The conference also includes workshops with Lani Peterson, Cooper Braun, and Jeff Gere and performances by Yvonne Healy, Kate Lutz, Kathy Santopietro Weddel, Larry Holgerson, Karla Huntsman, Lani Petereson, Pam Faro, Evelyn McLane, and Sarah McNeil. The conference schedule of workshops can be found at www.rmstory.org. The conference ticket price includes lunch and tickets to a Friday evening concert and Saturday Evening Story Slam. 

Story Slam

7:00 PM
Rocky Mountain Storytelling (RMS), a volunteer-led non-profit organization of storytellers, story listeners, and story lovers is hosting their annual Story Slam. The event will include personal and traditional tales on the theme of “luck.” Attendees are invited to bring their best five minute story and RMS will randomly draw storyteller names to perform without notes. A panel of judges will then determine the winner and award a prize. Tickets to the story slam are $15 each or $55 for families of 4+.

Saturday, June 27

TEDxMileHigh: Journey

11:00 AM
Journey is a path of learning and discovery, requiring courage and open-mindedness. It is unique to each one of us, as we seek, challenge, tinker, and ultimately discover our contribution to society. Join together in this brave-hearted venture that will undoubtedly reward us with deeper understanding, new big ideas, and the wisdom to make our world a better place. Join us on June 27th, 2020 for 15 inspiring ideas and 25 immersive activations.
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