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Editor’s Note: Due to the COVID-19 out­break, we rec­om­mend reach­ing out to in­di­vid­ual or­ga­ni­za­tions to en­sure the fol­low­ing events are still sched­uled to take place.


Lit­tlest Learn­ers @ Home— Join Gini, Di­rec­tor of Early Child­hood Ed­u­ca­tion for our vir­tual Lit­tlest Learn­ers @ Home se­ries. She’ll be shar­ing some fun at-home ac­tiv­i­ties for chil­dren ages 0-3 years and re­sources for par­ents and care­givers. Or view the recorded video later at a con­ve­nient time; 10 a.m. Wednesday, WOW! Chil­dren’s Mu­seum; face­­drens mu­

BSC’S On­line Learn to Med­i­tate — Med­i­ta­tion in­struc­tion for those new to the prac­tice; 5 p.m. Wednesday, Boul­der Shamb­hala Cen­ter; boul­der.shamb­ BSC’S On­line Heart of Re­cov­ery — Heart of Re­cov­ery is a group meet­ing at the Boul­der Shamb­hala Cen­ter, fo­cused upon shar­ing sup­port while bring­ing to­gether con­tem­pla­tive prac­tice and a com­mit­ment to so­bri­ety; 5 p.m.


Mile High Hor­ror Film Fes­ti­val — The Mile High Hor­ror Film Fes­ti­val 2020 will launch vir­tu­ally Thurs­day through Oct. 4. It will fea­ture over 80 of the best hor­ror, thriller and sci-fi films from around the world along with Q&A’S with film­mak­ers and spe­cial guests. Most films in­cluded in the fes­ti­val are new films, giv­ing fans a chance to see them be­fore they are re­leased to the gen­eral public. The fes­ti­val has been ex­tended 10 days in or­der to give fans more of a chance to stream every­thing; 9 a.m. Thurs­day, Mile High Hor­ror Film Fes­ti­val 2020, Boul­der; $10 - $75; mh­

Eco-so­cial Solutions We­bi­nar Se­ries — Com­mu­nity lead­ers share strate­gies and ideas that ad­vance cli­mate ac­tion, food se­cu­rity, so­cial jus­tice and sus­tain­abil­ity in Boul­der and Den­ver. We­bi­nar record­ings will be pub­lished; 5 p.m. Thurs­day, Univer­sity of Colorado Boul­der; cal­en­­cial_­so­lu­tion­s_series.

Kris­ten Iversen: “Doom with a View” — Kris­ten Iversen will speak about her new book, Doom with a View, in this vir­tual event. She will be joined in con­ver­sa­tion with con­trib­u­tors to the book; 5 p.m. Thurs­day, Boul­der Book Store; $5; 303-447-2074, boul­der­book­ kris­ten-iversen-doom-view.

2020’s Com­mon Thread: COVID-19, Racism and Cli­mate Change — COVID-19, racism and cli­mate change are con­nected in one thread in 2020 as in­fec­tion rates climb, ten­sions around racism rise to the sur­face, and tem­per­a­tures in­crease in most of the world. This pre­sen­ta­tion will in­clude artist Cal Brackin cap­tur­ing the con­tent, thoughts, and ques­tions in a sketch that au­di­ence mem­bers can see evolve through­out the con­ver­sa­tion; 6 p.m. Thurs­day, Boul­der County Arts Al­liance; face­ zoom/2020s-com­mon-thread­covid-19-racism-and-cli­mat­e­change/7759595498­39273/. Filmed Artist Talk with John Tor­re­ano — Join Fall 2020 Ex­hibit­ing Artist John Tor­re­ano as he speaks about his BMOCA ex­hi­bi­tion

“The Big Pic­ture – Paint­ing From The Uni­verse.” Dive into his prac­tice and pro­cesses through a filmed in­ter­view by BMOCA;

6:30 p.m. Thurs­day, Boul­der Mu­seum Of Con­tem­po­rary Art; face­­der­mu­seum-of-con­tem­po­rary-art/ filmed-artist-talk-with-john­tor­re­ano/2673658579­573878/. Women of Res­o­lu­tion — RSVP to at­tend an in­ti­mate vir­tual read­ing of Mo­tus Theater’s Women of Res­o­lu­tion fea­tur­ing Epis­co­pal Bishop of Colorado Kym Lu­cas; Lutheran min­is­ter and public the­olo­gian Na­dia Bolz-we­ber; author and na­tional lec­turer Ce­lene Lil­lie; and Colorado State House Rep­re­sen­ta­tive, Leslie Herod. Fea­tur­ing acapella soloist, Tere­sita Lozano; 7 p.m. Thurs­day, Mo­tus Theater; Free; 720-4322004, mo­tusthe­ events/2020/4/5/women-ofres­o­lu­tion-colorado-state-house­rep­re­sen­ta­tives-read-the-sto­riesof-im­mi­grants-in-sanc­tu­ary-j25r­fc4kb2.

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