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Kid-Friendly Halloween Activities (and a Bonus for Adults) in Boulder, CO

Halloween Activities in Boulder | Boulder EventsWith the weather cooling, and the leaves changing around Boulder, Halloween is fast approaching. The kiddos are undoubtedly getting excited to dress up as their favorite characters. While you make the finishing touches on their costumes, here are a few spooky and not-so-spooky adventures occurring in Boulder this Halloween season. (more…)...

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Spooky Halloween Recipes for Your Boulder Bash

Roasted Sweet Potato and Goat Cheese Salad, courtesy of Casey Easton

One of the best things about cooking for a Halloween party is the creative freedom--it's all about having fun! Let's face it...no Halloween party is complete without some wacky, creepy dishes to give your guests a laugh or a spook. From fall-inspired salads to ghost-shaped sweets, we are absolutely loving these recipes...

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Best Pumpkin Patches and Family Farms Near Boulder, Colorado

Pumpkin Patches | BoulderCrisp fall weather has arrived, and with it the fall festivities. Boulder and its surrounding cities offer a host of autumn-inspired entertainment, including classics like pumpkin patches and corn mazes. If you’d like to explore the natural beauty of our state during this gorgeous time of year, check out our favorite fall destinations below:

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What You Need to Know about the 2018 Flatirons Food Film Festival

flatirons food film festNow in its 6th year, the Flatirons Food Film Festival returns in 2018, bringing a variety of films, top industry speakers, and of course, food. From Thursday 10/11 to Sunday 10/14, foodies will flock to Boulder to view 7 distinct films that examine our relationship with what we eat. In between will be tastings, tours, and discussions to suit every palate.

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October 2018 Events in Boulder, Colorado

Fall is here, and our city is starting to show its autumn colors. The sweaters, hot drinks, and shifting leaves signal the coming of cooler weather. There’s so much to do during this transformative and beautiful time of the year. Here are some of the highlights of October 2018 in Boulder: (more…)...

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What You Need to Know About the 2018 Boulder Burgundy Festival

Since 2010, Boulder Wine Merchant and its owner, Brett Zimmerman, have been hosting the Boulder Burgundy Festival  — an autumn event that draws lovers of exquisite burgundy wines to our city for a weekend of rare tastings and sommelier seminars. Past years have featured fantastic speakers such as

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3 Places to go Leaf-Peeping in Colorado

As summer fades into autumn, the many aspen trees in our state undergo a beautiful transformation. Green leaves give way to tones of yellow, orange, and red, covering the mountains in a tapestry of color. It’s the cool temps settling in from mid-September to mid-October that trigger this change in the leaves. Aspens at higher altitudes start to change near the beginning of this month-long window, with trees in the foothills showing their colors near the end. So take a day to drive and hike through the many mountain passes offering staggering proof of just

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Fall Events at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

Photo courtesy of BMoCA (ARTMIX 2018, Jane McMahan – Rainbowism)

The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art offers remarkable exhibits all year round. In addition to the diverse selection of exhibitions, the museum is proud to offer a variety of outreach programs and special events. If you’re interested in exploring more of this iconic gallery, we share a range of events you won’t want to miss:
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5 Reasons to Visit Downtown Boulder’s Fall Fest 2018

For over 30 years, Downtown Boulder’s Fall Fest has been ushering us into autumn with an opportunity to get together and enjoy libations, local goods, and activities for the whole family. This is one of our city’s most celebrated festivals, and this year, it returns to the Pearl Street Mall from Friday, September 14 through Sunday, September 16. Last year saw the addition of the Firefly Handmade Market, which will again line the Pearl...

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What You Need to Know About TEDxBoulder  

TEDxBoulder has been a mainstay in our community since 2010. The annual tradition continues in 2018, when TEDxBoulder will return for a discussion in September. TED talks are world-renowned, so this is an awesome opportunity to join the experience without leaving town. If you’d like to attend this Boulder-exclusive presentation, here’s what you need to know: (more…)...

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