TO DO LIST
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; facebook.com/wowchildrens museum.org/.
BSC’S Online Learn to Meditate — Meditation instruction for those new to the practice; 5 p.m. Wednesday, Boulder Shambhala Center; boulder.shambhala.org/. 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; mhhff.com/.
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; calendar.colorado.edu/event/eco-social_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, boulderbookstore.net/event/ 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; facebook.com/events/ 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; facebook.com/events/bouldermuseum-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, motustheater.org/ events/2020/4/5/women-ofresolution-colorado-state-houserepresentatives-read-the-storiesof-immigrants-in-sanctuary-j25rfc4kb2.