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.
Louisville Farmers Market — Weekly farmers market featuring Colorado farms and family owned businesses offering handmade, artisan and fresh foods; 9 a.m., Front Street / Downtown Louisvllle at Steinbaugh Paviliom, 734 West Linden St., Louisville; Free; 303902-2451, 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., Lifelong Learning; $59; 720-5615968, 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., University of Colorado Boulder; Free; colorado.edu/outreach/ooe/ cu-weekend/compromise-eraparty-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., Centenniel Trailhead, 501 Sunshine Canyon Drive, Boulder; $25; 720-561-5968, bvsd.org/lll.
BSC’S Online Sunday Open House
— Join us for an Open House including meditation instruction, a guided tour of our historic building and an introduction to our community. Includes discussion, questions, and a light reception. No charge. All are welcome; 10 a.m. Sunday, Boulder Shambhala Center; Free; boulder.shambhala.org/.
Uninstructed Figure Drawing — Sessions feature new/rotating male and female models each week, with garage doors partially opened for ample fresh air. Masks are required. 5 artist attendance cap. Monthly pre registration required; 11 a.m. Sunday, The Nobo Space, 4929 Broadway #E, Boulder; $100; 831-421-2684, artofmodeling.org/weekly-drop-in.
Intro to Reiki — In this 1-hour virtual course, you will be introduced to the basics of Reiki and experience how to do Self-reiki through a guided demonstration. This is perfect for anyone who is new to
Reiki and is curious about doing energy work. Includes a live Q&A with Reiki Master Practitioner, Nicole Bellisle; 4 p.m. Sunday, Inner Power Reiki; $25; 774-5718895, innerpowerreiki.com/ trainings.
Backporch Series at the Dairy:
Altius Quartet — The Coloradobased Altius Quartet has dedicated itself to expanding traditional notions of the string quartet. Members Hannah Kennedy and Andrew Giordano (violins), Allyson Stibbards (viola), and Erin Patterson (cello) are equally at home as performers, mentors, and educators, and strive to fulfill each of those roles at the highest possible level; 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; $25 - $100; 303-440-7826, thedairy.org/events/backporch-series-altius-quartet/.