Daily Camera (Boulder)
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.
Night on the Town: Virtual from Home — Join us on Friday night as artists go live in their studios, breweries host virtual happy hours, and band videos are posted for at-home entertainment! Enjoy takeout or delivery from downtown restaurants and shop online at downtown retailer websites; 5 p.m., Downtown Loveland; facebook.com/events/ downtown-loveland/night-on-thetown-virtual-from-home/ 3093836977347713/.
Dia de los Muertos Exhibit Opening and Celebration — Beginning with a Day of the Dead Invocation led by Grupo Azteca Tlahuitzcalli, The Firehouse Art Center will unveil a new exhibit to honor the Día de los Muertos. The Second Friday opening will offer an in-person celebration as well as an online livestream event. Admission is free and we will have timed tickets to ensure safe social distancing; 6 p.m., Firehouse Art Center, 667 Fourth Ave., Longmont; firehouseart.org/calendar/.
Louisville Farmers Market — Weekly farmers market featuring Colorado farms and family owned businesses offering handmade, artisan and fresh foods; 9 a.m. Saturday, Front Street / Downtown Louisvllle at Steinbaugh Paviliom, 734 West Linden St., Louisville; Free; 303-902-2451, realfarmersmarketco.com.
Virtual Blogging for Success: Take Your Blog to the Next Level — Blogs are the perfect way to communicate ideas, inspire and educate others, build rapport, tell a story and make new connections. Learn how to create a blog on any platform; express your thoughts, create a compelling, engaging blog with content; and much more. Create your own blog and start opening doors; 9 a.m. Saturday, Lifelong Learning; $59; 720561-5968, bvsd.org/lll. Compromise in an Era of Party Polarization — Join us for this virtual CU on the Weekend lecture as Professor Jennifer Wolak from the political science department discusses how in contrast to conventional wisdom, Americans want politicians to work together to find compromises. Advance registration is required; 1 p.m. Saturday, University of Colorado
Boulder; Free; colorado.edu/outreach/ooe/cu-weekend/compromise-era-party-polarization.
History Hike at Sanitas — Join naturalist Suzanne Michot on a hike to discover Mt. Sanitas’ follies, falcons and flakes. Over 3 rocky miles you will gain about 500 feet and learn some of the history, traditions and geology of one of Boulder’s most interesting parks; 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Centenniel Trailhead, 501 Sunshine Canyon Drive, Boulder; $25; 720-5615968, bvsd.org/lll.
Virtual: Reclaiming Native American Food Traditions — Join the Flatirons Food Film Festival, First Nations Development Institute, College of Media, Communication and Information at CU Boulder, and Slow Food Boulder County for a virtual fundraiser that will present a Native American chef’s demo, film program — “Gather,” a documentary about Native Americans reclaiming their food heritage — and a Q&A. Viewers can pre-order dinner from Tocabe, a Native American restaurant, to eat while watching the film; 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Flatirons Food Film Festival; $24; 303-449-5928, flatironsfoodfilmfest.org/back-to-thesource-reclaiming-nativeamerican-food-traditionsfundraiser.