Attractions and Events Updates
Boulder B Cycle
Bike stations are open - making great efforts to keep bikes/stations disinfected with regular cleanings.
Downtown Boulder Visitor Information Center
Open Saturday - Sunday, 12 pm - 4 pm, weather permitting
(Socially Distant Events can be found at the bottom of this page)
Boulder Arts Online
The City of Boulder's Office of Arts and Culture has compiled a variety of workshops, exhibits, and activities available virtually.
Boulder Book Store
- Ed Power, author of "Dragons in the Snow," in conversation with Craig Gordon -- Thursday, January 14th at 5:00pm
- Rameshwar Das, author of "Being Ram Dass," in conversation with Sara Davidson -- Tuesday, January 19th at 5:00pm
- David Allen Sibley, author of "What It's Like to Be a Bird," in conversation with Ted Floyd -- Tuesday, January 26th at 5:00pm
- JoAnn Wypijewski, author of "What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About #MeToo," in Conversation with Nathan Schneider -- Tuesday, February 2nd at 5:00pm
- Julie Macfarlane, author of "Going Public," in Conversation with Sasha Brietzke -- Wednesday, February 10th at 5:00pm
- Megan E. Freeman (author of "Alone") & Olivia Chadha (author of "Rise fo the Red Hand") in Conversation -- Thursday, February 11th at 5:00pm
- Laird Hunt, author of "Zorrie," in Conversation with Tarashea Nesbit -- Tuesday, February 16th at 5:00pm
- Ann Goldstein, Translator of Elena Ferrante, in Conversation with Michael Reynolds, Editor in Chief at Europa Editions -- Thursday, February 18th at 5:00pm
- Dianne Bondy & Kat Heagberg, authors of "Yoga Where You Are" -- Tuesday, February 23rd at 5:00pm
Fabricate - Virtual Classes
Learn more here.
Flatirons Food Film Festival - Virtual Festival
January 28, 2021 - February 5, 2021
Love food? Love film? Join the Flatirons Food Film Festival (Jan. 28 - Feb. 5) for 8 days of virtual fun! Watch films about chefs, Black American/ indigenous peoples foodways, food waste, and more. Events include a food trivia game night with prizes, free children's puppet-making class, and movie nights with takeout restaurant and meal kit dinners from top Boulder/Denver restaurants. TICKETS.
Virtual Classes: Choose a class, pick up an ingredient kit, pop onto a live streamed class. We also welcome out of area guests and will get them a complete shop list so they can join, a great way to connect with friends and family.
After school virtual program begins January 19
Check out our Kids At Home Cooking Kits Here!
At Home Cooking Kits: These kits make great date nights and gifts! Follow along with a fun instructional video to make your kitchen the place to be.
Frasca Food and Wine - "At Home With" Dinner Kit and Virtual Guide
"At Home With" is bringing the restaurants of Frasca Hospitality Group that you love into your home. Each week, we'll introduce a dinner kit complete with prepared ingredients and a bottle of hand selected wine.
You won't be alone on this! With each dinner kit, we will send you a special link to view a step by step recipe and video guide from FHG Culinary Director Eduardo Valle Lobo, virtual tasting notes with Bobby Stuckey, and more!
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Online Classes - Learn more here.
Socially Distanced Events
Drawing Parallels: Community Art & Artifacts from 2020 - Museum of Boulder
October 30, 2020 - March 1, 2021
In the Museum of Boulder’s new fall exhibit, Drawing Parallels: Community Art & Artifacts from 2020, we invite you to explore the relationships among simultaneous sweeping events - from global wars and pandemics to movements for civil rights - in Boulder’s past and present. Drawing Parallels cuts through the onslaught of today’s news to discover how people in the past dealt with concurrent historic moments and to present contemporary perspectives on 2020 from local artists, frontline workers, and community members. Admission to the Museum also includes access to The Boulder Experience Gallery, which recently received the prestigious Award of Excellence from the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).
“Om Mani Padme Hum” by Eduard Sangadzhiev - Refuge Art Gallery
January 19, 2021 - February 14, 2021
Daily, 11 am - 6 pm
About the artist:
Eduard Sangadzhiev is an artist-nomad, his art combines a balanced mixture of classical art school and contemporary techniques. He is a unique artist who brought his talent overseas to continue to create his artwork. Eduard is originally of Kalmykia, Russia, and now lives in New York City. Kalmykia is the only Buddhist region in the southern part of European Russia. Eduard grew up with his Kalmyk values and traditions which shaped his style of art. He studied at the Moscow High Art and Industrial school at the monumental and decoration painting department. After he got his education, he returned to his city and began his career. He participated in many exhibitions around Russia and United States. Eduard's paintings were given as a gift to His Holiness the Dalai Lama XIV; Patriarch of Russia, Aleksey II; President of Azerbaijan, G. Aliev; President of Kyrgyzstan, A. Akaev, President of FIDE, F. Kampamanus. Buddhism is one of the main inspirations behind his canvas. The show we bring to Refuge aims to give healing to Boulder’s community during the current crisis. The Goddess Tara presented in all her manifestations and colors - White Tara, Red Tara, Black Tara, Yellow Tara or Green Tara - is the emanation of the strong energy of compassion and healing. May you all be well, and obtain this healing energy, however and wherever you access it, letting it grow stronger within you in 2021!
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