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Best Reading Programs for Kids in Boulder

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As summer vacation sets in, reading with your children doesn’t have to take a break until September. It’s no secret that there are more hiking, biking, and beautiful parks to visit than possible in one summer in Boulder, or even a lifetime. But, there’s more to our town than its pristine beauty and wildlife –...

Where to Eat During Dead & Company and Ironman Weekend in Boulder

The weekend of June 9, 2017 is a big one for Boulder. Thousands of concertgoers, athletes, and spectators will come to town for two of the biggest events of the summer: Dead & Company on Friday, June 9, and Ironman Boulder on Sunday, June 11. In the spirit of Boulder’s...

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Memorial Day Events in Boulder, Colorado

What’s not to love about Memorial Day weekend? Not only is it a dedicated time to kick back, relax, and spend time with friends and family, but it’s a chance to honor those who have served our country, as well. Here’s how we’re kicking off summer in Boulder this Memorial Day weekend:
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Maker’s Markets in Boulder and Denver in 2017

Maker's MarketsOne of my favorite warm-weather pastimes is browsing handmade goods from local artists. No two items are alike, which makes it such a meaningful and interesting shopping experience. I’m looking forward to checking out the slew of maker’s markets coming up this spring and summer in Boulder and Denver. These events will showcase goods crafted by local artists, designers, and entrepreneurs while giving you the chance to meet the artist and support our local economy. Here’s what’s on my calendar:

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Boulder Business Feature: Maryanne Quinn

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Maryanne Quinn is a Boulder-based textile artist who works in felted wool, specifically naturally dyed, hand cut, layered merino wool. Her unique pieces and process have captured the hearts of many tastemakers in Colorado and across the nation. In this interview, she shares intimate details about her background and work. Read Full StoryComments Off on Boulder Business Feature: Maryanne Quinn

May 2017 Events in Boulder, Colorado

The tulips have bloomed, the sun is shining, the snow has (mostly) melted—spring is a great time to be in Boulder! May is the perfect time to venture to one of the many exciting events happening in our community. Here’s what we are looking forward to this month: Read Full StoryComments Off on May 2017 Events in Boulder, Colorado

First Annual Regenerative Future Summit Comes to Boulder, Colorado

Regenerative Future Summit

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When: Monday, May 15 - Wednesday, May 17, 2017Where: Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Complex, 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303 (more…)...

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Anonymous Street Artist SMiLE Makes a Mark on Boulder

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If you’ve strolled through Pearl Street lately, you may have noticed the striking impressionistic paintings spray-painted on buildings, newspaper stands, stairwells, and U.S. Postal Service mail boxes. No, it’s not the city’s latest public art installment—it’s the work of “SMiLE,” an anonymous street artist who has been spreading colorful graffiti images of cats, dogs, and portraits around...

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Picturesque Spring Hikes and Skiing in Boulder, Colorado

With its mild winter weather and 300 days of sunshine per year, Boulderites have good reason to get outdoors year-round. Spring is an especially nice time for hiking, skiing, and snowboarding, with most resorts open through April or early May. No matter your activity of choice, you’ll find plenty of options in and around Boulder to stay active during the year.
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April 2017 Events in Boulder, Colorado

Boulder’s warm-weather traditions include a myriad of reasons to get outside and connect with others in our community. This month is just the start of it all! Here’s what’s going on around town: (more…)...

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