Daily Camera (Boulder)


- Dia de los Muertos · Art Center College of Design · Mayor of Longmont, Colorado · Louisville · Colorado · University of Colorado at Boulder · Boulder · University of Colorado · Slow Food · Boulder County · Loveland, Colorado · First Nations Development Institute

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.

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