Daily Camera (Boulder)
Things to do
Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival: Join the Boulder Theater for three nights of spectacular and inspiring films from the 2022/2023 Banff Centre Mountain Film World Tour. Each evening features a completely different film playlist that takes viewers on explorations of remote landscapes and mountain cultures to adrenaline-fueled action sports; 8p.m. Tuesday, Boulder Theater, 2032 14th St., Boulder; $25-$27.50; z2ent.com. Bachata con orgullo: Enjoy an evening of bachata dancing. The class is designed to be beginnerfriendly, so no experience is necessary; 6p.m. Tuesday, Equality Center of the Rocky Mountains, 3340 Mitchell Lane, Boulder; free; outboulder.org. Boulder Tuesday Thursday Hikers: Join outdoor enthusiasts for a day hike with this leaderless, rulefollowing drop-in group that breaks into smaller groups and carpools to various trailheads. Drivers are reimbursed for expenses. Bring a lunch, water and snacks, and be prepared for all weather conditions; 9a.m. Tuesday, North Boulder Park, Seventh and Dellwood, Boulder; free; 303-494-8822. Open mic poetry: On the third Tuesday of each month, join the gallery for a reading by a member of the Colorado Poet’s Center, followed by an open mic where anyone is welcome to present their poetry to a fun, welcoming and supportive audience; 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, R Gallery + Wine Bar, 2027Broadway, Boulder; free; rgallery.art.
Persevering Legacy — Highlighting Women Composers: The Persevering Legacy project champions a unique collaboration that elevates the stories of women composers, aligning classical music with social activism. Partnering with the American Music Research Center (AMRC), the College of Music presents this unique event featuring music by women composers performed by undergraduate and graduate students; 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Grusin Music Hall (C112), Imig Music Building, 1020 18th St., Boulder; free; cupresents. org. ‘Hardwired for Happiness’ book discussion at Ku Cha House of Tea: Join Boulder author Ashish Kothari, a former Mckinsey & Company principal and the founder of the Happiness Squad business consultancy, for a reading and discussion of his new book, “Hardwired for Happiness: 9 Proven Practices to Overcome Stress and Live Your Best Life”; 6 p.m. Wednesday, Ku Cha House of Tea, 1211 Pearl St., Boulder; free; kuchatea.com. CU Boulder Soundworks: This performance features worldrenowned saxophone quartet Nois, as well as music by guest composer Melody Mckiver and the winners of 2021 SPARK Awards Jessie Lausé and Josie Arnett; 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, B2 Black Box Experimental Theater, Roser ATLAS Center, 1125 18th St., Boulder; free; cupresents.org. ‘Girls Like Us’ speaker series: Dr. Jazmyne Peters will talk about trauma, wellness and healing of Black bodies and minds in the community, specifically the bodies of young Black women. She will share her unique perspective as a campus counselor at CU Boulder; 4 p.m. Wednesday, Renee Crown Wellness Institute, Aspen Conference Room, 1135 Broadway, Boulder; free; calendar.colorado.edu.