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Saturday, October 21

Community Cycles Bike Fun Zone

13th at Pearl St
Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm

Building a Bike-Centric Community
Join Community Cycles to explore ideas and ways to make Boulder a safer, more equitable place for all of us to ride and walk. There will be all-ages bike games (bring your bike!) and hands-on learning activities. We’ll also host a bike collection drive where you can donate your old or unwanted bicycles, parts, tubes and tires.

We know that bike(and walk!)-first communities aren’t a coincidence that we luck into. They’re an outcome that we build together. Come build with us.

Geurilla marketing with with Ladyfingers Letterpress

Look for posters all over downtown!

A guerilla style marketing campaign centering and uplifting local trans artists, utilizing artwork in collaboration with ladyfingers press - a trans centered printing press shop.


8th and Pearl (next to Lolita's Market)
Friday, Noon - 6pm
Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday Noon - 5pm

COEXISTANCE celebrates the diversity of Boulder's people and rare establishments like Lolita's where a diverse cross section of humans occupy the same seat. A colorful, immersive maze provides an element of discovery through optical illusion that celebrates what makes Boulder so unique; our community.

Community Created Public Art with Studio Arts Boulder

10th Street
Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday, Noon - 4 pm

Studio Arts Boulder invites visitors and community members to make clay pinch pots by hand throughout the [placeholder] event weekend. These pinch pots will be glazed and fired by Studio Arts staff. Each pot will be imprinted by its maker - from fingerprints left in the clay to the pot's unique size and dimensionality. Finished pinch pots will be used to make a public wall art piece that will be displayed at Studio Art's new space at Diagonal Crossing. The wall-art will be a 3D visual representation of community... an artfully rendered collection of individual pots/people that comes together to create something truly beautiful.

Street Wise Presents: Black Love Mural Battle & Art Fair

One Boulder Plaza
Friday, Noon - 6pm
Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday Noon - 5pm

Streetwise partners with the Black Love Festival to proclaim Colorado's Black history alongside the Museum of Boulder. The event will feature live muralists, black-owned businesses, and a community-led mural open to the public. View live muralists include Jasmine Holmes-Piesco, Marcus Murray, and Selah Ruckard. Participate in street art workshops led by Yazmin Atmore and Devin "Speaks" Urioste. Enjoy the music and dance alongside the tunes of Kaylee Bender, also known as DJ Bugs Honey.

"The Playwright" Interactive Sculpture by Peanut Butter Art

16th Street
Saturday, 10am - 6 pm

The Playwright is an interactive sculpture designed for the user to create their own visual narrative following a "fill-in-the-blank" story prompt. Participants will be able to touch and move sections of the sculpture to design the story they like best! What will you come up with?

Community Sing-Along with World Singing Day

1300 block of Pearl St Mall
Saturday, 2-3:30pm

World Singing Day is a global sing-along held annually on the 3rd Saturday in October. As a catalyst for positive human connection, this one day each year serves as an opportunity to celebrate our global family through the international language of music.

Miss Way's Pen Pals

1400 Block of Pearl Street Mall
Friday, Noon - 6 pm
Saturday, 10am - 6pm
Sunday, Noon - 6pm

This project provides visitors the opportunity to make their own paper creations to send to student pen pals ages PreK-12 and Senior pen pals at Boulder's Brookdale Senior Living. This is an interactive activity that showcases the inspiring artwork from our pen pals of diverse generations and background.Miss Ways Pen Pals provides social-emotional community care through pen pal letter writing and advanced technology in augmented reality.

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