Before the holiday season sweeps us up with parties, gatherings, and trips out of town, enjoy spending time in Boulder as the seasons shift from autumn into winter. A collection of inspiring events are set to take place this November. Here are some that we are most looking forward to.
Dairy Comedy: Ryan Hamilton
When: 11/4 & 11/5, showtimes vary
Where: Gordon Gamm Theater
This stand-up comedian has gained notoriety in the comedy world after countless TV appearances and a Netflix special, “Happy Face”. Now, Ryan Hamilton is taking his act on the road to deliver a hilarious performance. He offers comedic insight into his childhood spent growing up in a rural Idaho town and has been named one of Rolling Stone’s “Five Comics to Watch”. Don’t miss the chance for some truly funny stand-up comedy at the Gordon Gamm Theatre this month.
Warren Miller’s Winter Starts Now Exclusive
When: 11/11 – 11/14, various showtimes
Where: The Boulder Theater
Ask any local Boulder resident and they know that the Warren Miller annual movie premier indicates that ski season is right around the corner. This year’s film showcases scenic shots from the smallest, mom and pop ski hills to insane, backcountry peaks. Get ready for an awesome season by catching the 72nd annual Warren Miller ski and snowboard film at the Boulder Theater.
Boulder is Burning
When: 11/13, 10pm – 1am
Where: Trident Booksellers
Move your feet to some groovy disco beats with the folks at one of Boulder’s best bookstores and community spaces. Gather on Trident’s heated outdoor patio for an evening of disco, techno, and everything in between during the late-night event, Boulder is Burning. Proof of vaccine or a recent negative COVID test is required for entry.
YAW School-Day Off Camp: Artful Gratitude
When: 11/22, 9am – 4pm
During the week of Thanksgiving, treat your kiddos to an exciting, interactive day off of school with this camp at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. In celebration of the gratitude-focused holiday, campers are invited to create original artwork that reflects all they are grateful for. This camp is for children ages 5-12 and BMoCA members get a discount. There’s no better time to connect with the creative community behind this museum of contemporary art.
Despite chilling temperatures, there are still plenty of ways to get out and about in Boulder. Celebrate our city’s diverse array of individuals, businesses, and events by trying something new this November.