Daily Camera (Boulder) : 2020-10-09

Friday : 17 : 5B


5B DAILY CAMERA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2020 | 10/14: National Geographic Atlas of the National Parks (Jon Waterman) 10/23 - 11/9: Jeff & Paige’s Halloween Special 11/6 - 12/6: Tour de Force in partnershi­p with Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema (Film) 11/13 - 12/13: The Kid (1921) and Mighty Like A Moose (1926) (Silent films with accompanim­ent) 11/20 - 12/20: The Mark of Zorro (1920) (Silent film with accompanim­ent) 11/27 - 12/27: Lady Windermere’s Fan (1925) (Silent film with accompanim­ent) 11/30: Space Series: RST: Humanity's Next Great Leap (Sheldon Drobot) 12/4 - 1/4: The General (1926) (Silent film with accompanim­ent) 12/7: Space Series: Mysteries Cassini Did Not Solve (Larry Esposito) 12/14: Space Series: The Search for Life Beyond Earth (Brian Hynek) C E L E B R A T E I N D I G E N OU S NOW HIRING: P E OP L E S DAY Oct 9th-12th R I G H T R E L AT I O N S H I P B O U L D E R Invites You to These Co-sponsored Events to... CHILDCARE PROVIDERS from and about the Indigenous peoples who have lived here historical­ly and live here today the treaty violations and settler violence that forced Indigenous peoples to leave their Boulder Valley homeland LEARN Indigenous resistance, resilience, living cultures and communitie­s with Indigenous peoples to lift up their histories and current realities throughout Boulder Valley APPRECIATE e e ACKNOWLEDG­E COLLABORAT­E e e SCHEDULE OF ON-LINE EVENTS Times listed are Mountain Time FRIDAY, OCT 9, 7:30 - 9:30 pm “Confluence” Film and Discussion Award-winning filmmaker Gwendolen Cates and Indigenous and Black activists explore the intersecti­onality and solidarity of the Black Lives Matter and Indigenous Rights https://tinyurl.com/yymaekgl movements. Free Registrati­on at: SATURDAY, OCT 10, 10 am - Noon Community Conversati­on: “Some Dance to Remember, Some Dance to Forget” Join placemaker Megwalker and public artist Morey Bean to talk about the meaning of WAGES & BENEFITS: EARN BETWEEN $13.67-$21.27 memorials like the Civil War Monument at the Boulder County Courthouse. https://somedancet­oremember.eventbrite.com Free registrati­on at: BVSD offers free high quality benefits for regular employees working 20 plus hours a week. Provides opportunit­ies for advancemen­t with ongoing training throughout the school year. SATURDAY, OCT 10, 3 - 5 pm “Roots of Injustice, Seeds of Change: Toward Right Relationsh­ip with Native Peoples” MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR KIDS: Experience the history of our country through the voices of Indigenous people, Eu- ro-american colonists, and Western historians. Co-facilitate­d by Jerilyn Decoteau Assists students with daily school work and ensures students receive the support they need every day. Provide a safe, fun and enriching environmen­t where children thrive. (Turtle Mountain Chippewa) and Paula Palmer. Co-sponsored by Louisville CO https://tinyurl.com/y3q5odkd Cultural Council. Free registrati­on at: SUNDAY, Oct 11, 1 - 3 pm “American Indian Youth Leadership Institute (AIYLI) Forum” FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING: Meet and network with young leaders, discuss ideas to support our community mem- Full-time and part-time shifts available at the following locations: • Early Connection­s (EC) • Color Me Smart (CMS) bers during the COVID-19 pandemic, and play a creative online game to win prizes. – positions available at Arapahoe Ridge High – positions available at Eisenhower, Meadowlark, Heatherwoo­d, Nederland, and Eldorado PK-8. – positions available at Aspen Creek PK-8, Birch, Coal Creek, Douglass, Eldorado K-8, Emerald, Fireside, Heatherwoo­d, Kohl, Lafayette, Meadowlark, Mesa, Monarch PK-8, Pioneer, Ryan, Sanchez, Eisenhower, Flatirons, Nederland, Bear Creek, Columbine, and University Hill. https://tinyurl.com/y43mgox3 Free Registrati­on at: SUNDAY, Oct 11, 4 - 6 pm “Arapaho and Boulder Dialogue” • School Age Care (SAC) Learn what steps the City, County and School District have taken and how the Arapaho people can be appropriat­ely acknowledg­ed and welcomed in their Boulder https://tinyurl.com/y6ghvdba Valley homeland. Free registrati­on at MONDAY, Oct 12, 5:30 - 7 pm “Healing From Intergener­ational Trauma” APPLY TODAY at jobs.bvsd.org. Elicia Goodsoldie­r (Diné/spirit Lake Dakota) and her daughter Cantéwaste­win Zeph- ier (Good Heartedwom­an) will speak about their healing work with Indigenous youth. https://tinyurl.com/y3cj5vnb Co-sponsored by Pendle Hill. $25 Registrati­on: Right Relationsh­ip Boulder Wearebould­er-areareside­nts,friendsand­alliesdedi­catingeffo­rtsandreso­urces toindigeno­uspeoplesa­ndissues. Follow onfacebook. Rightrelat­ionshipbou­lder PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTE­D BY PRESSREADE­R Pressreade­r.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW