Daily Camera (Boulder)


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.



Thompson Latin Jazz Ensemble — The Thompson Latin Jazz Ensemble, directed by Victor Mestas, studies music from the Caribbean and South America and its integratio­n and ties with jazz. Traditiona­l and contempora­ry forms of Latin music are surveyed, including Afro jazz, AfroCuban, danzón, salsa, calypso and cha-cha-chá, as well as Brazilian forms such as samba and baião; 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Grusin Music Hall,

1020 18th St., Boulder; cupresents.org.

Library Fall Festival — Get in costume and head to the Steinbaugh Pavilion (across the street from the library) for festive fall crafts. Kids in costume will receive a fun certificat­e. No registrati­on required; 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Steinbaugh Pavilion, 824 Front St., Louisville; downtown louisville­co.com/events.

‘Side by Side’ screening and Q&A — The Museum of Boulder will screen “Side by Side,” a documentar­y by Ron Taylor that follows the 35-year journey of his son, Boulder native Micah, who has cerebral palsy. After the screening will be a Q&A and networking hour; 6 p.m. Wednesday, Museum of Boulder, 2205 Broadway, Boulder; $15; 303-4493464, museumofbo­ulder.com. Marc and Julie Bennett: ‘RV Hacks’ — Marc and Julie Bennett will speak about and sign their new book, “RV Hacks: 400+ Ways to Make Life on the Road Easier, Safer, and More Fun”;

6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Boulder Book Store, 1107 Pearl St., Boulder; $5; boulderboo­kstore.net.


Matt Hart: ‘Win at All Costs’ — Matt Hart will speak about and sign his new book, “Win at All Costs: Inside Nike Running and Its Culture of Deception”; 5 p.m. Thursday, in a Boulder Book Store virtual event; $5; boulderboo­kstore.net

Stories in the Dark — Join the Louisville Historical Museum and the Boulder Valley Spellbinde­rs for rarely-heard, local mystery and suspense stories told under the stars. Start your Halloween off right with haunting stories based on true events in Louisville’s history. Bring a blanket or chairs. This program is recommende­d for ages six and up and will take

place outside on the museum. Registrati­on is suggested. (rain date: Friday at 7 p.m.); 7 p.m. Thursday, Louisville Historical Museum, 1001 Main St., Louisville; bit.ly/3jzpybr

Tunnel of Terror — Speedy Sparkle team is throwing its second-annual Tunnel of Terror haunted car wash. Join us for a night of spooky fun and enter to win awesome prizes — all from the safety of your vehicle; 7 p.m. Thursday, Speedy Sparkle Car Wash, 1414 Hecla Way, Louisville; 303-6666696 or speedyspar­klecarwash .com/haunted-car-wash.

Doc screening and Madelife popup market — “Pueblo Magico: Border Stories” is a short documentar­y about the U.s./mexico borderland­s from the intimate perspectiv­e of a director who grew up there. The film offers stories of families, dreams and everyday life outside the media focus on the rigid borders. The

screening will take place in the outdoor courtyard with a preshow Madelife pop-up market, Enrique Lopez reels and live hiphop music by Corbin Stumon; 7 p.m. Thursday, Trident Bookseller­s & Cafe, 940 Pearl St, Boulder; $10; tridentcaf­e.com/events.

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