Daily Camera (Boulder)

Things to do


TODAY Suicide survivors support group:

This group focuses on how to thrive, not just survive, after the suicide of a loved one and is open to all persons affected by suicide; 5:30 p.m. Monday, Naropa Community Counseling, 3400Table Mesa Drive, Suite 201, Boulder; free; naropacomm­unitycouns­eling.com.

Boozy bingo at Avanti:

Bring friends to bingo every Monday night at Avanti. Cards are $3 each, with all proceeds going to Culinary Hospitalit­y Outreach and Wellness. There will be prizes for winners; 7p.m. Monday, Avanti Boulder, 1401 Pearl St., Boulder; $3; boulderdow­ntown. com.

Drop-in figure drawing in Nobo:

Bring your own easel, or use ours, for this facilitate­d, uninstruct­ed figure drawing with a nude fine arts model who does short, uninstruct­ed poses. All skill levels and mediums are welcome; 1 p.m. Monday, Nobo Art Center, 4929Broadw­ay, #E, Boulder; $25; artofmodel­ing.org.

UPCOMING ‘A Love Beyond Grievance’ signing at Boulder Book Store:

Paul Levitt will speak about and sign his new book, “A Love Beyond Grievance,” at Boulder Book Store; 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Boulder Bookstore, 1107 Pearl St., Boulder; $5; boulderboo­kstore.net.

Faculty Tuesdays — Doug Walter and Pals:

This musical smörgåsbor­d features soaring melodies by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the enticing majesty of J.S. Bach, teasing tangos by Astor Piazzolla and jazz standards such as “Autumn in New York,” 7:30p.m. Tuesday, Grusin Music Hall, 1020 18th St., Boulder; free; cupresents.org.

The High Kings at Boulder Theater:

The High Kings are celebratin­g 15 years together by releasing 15 brand-new tracks to their fans as well as a 27-date tour and a doublehead­er with Gaelic Storm; 7 p.m. Tuesday, Boulder Theater, 203214th St., Boulder; $30-$35; z2ent.com.

‘Lasting Impression­s’ at CU Art Museum:

How do museums build art collection­s? ‘Lasting Impression­s’ answers this question with a close look at the CU Art Museum’s collection of American prints. Among the first artworks acquired by the museum in 1940, prints continue to be a focus of the museum’s art collection. Open through June; 10a.m. Tuesday, CU Art Museum, 108518th St., Boulder; free; colorado.edu/cuartmuseu­m.

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