Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 AM
Denver National College Fair
Regis Jesuit High School College Counseling Center – Kick off your school year with the Denver National College Fair here in Denver... over 300 colleges and universities will be on site Register @ WWW.NACACFAIRS.ORG/NCF
Sunday Sep 24 @ 8:00 AM
The Great Bonk and Baby Bonk
Golden Bike Shop – Want to come join some of the coolest cats on bikes in Golden on September 24th? Want to be a part of the legendary Great Bonk? Want to meet new people, test your skills and endurance? Want to enjoy some brews from New Terrain Brewing Co and BBQ afterwards at the best bike shop in the state Golden Bike Shop? If you answered yes to any of these, join Rocky Mountain Racing on September 24th for the annual Great Bonk (40 miles) and Baby Bonk (20 miles). We will roll from Golden Bike Shop on 9/24 at 8am sharp with a party start around 2 pm. More details will be posted soon! Feel free to post questions and comments!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 8:00 AM
Denver, CO // #Superfunpopup at Zenver Yoga Community Day
Superfun Yoga Pants – We can't wait to hang with our hometown RVA, now Denver, girl Ali Bullano! There'll be live music and donation-based classes benefitting local non-profit Yoga For the People (YFTP provides yoga to underserved, at-risk populations) all day at her studio, Zenver Yoga! Swing by the Farmer's Market and the Studio. Details on all the amazing offerings are below. It's gonna be so Superfun!! -- Yoga at the Farmer's Market 8:30am Yoga at the Farmer's Market with yoga + live music by TLoop. Check him out on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7q8PHyyKqhlxw36jabsRc9… We will also have OMazing vendors such as: Superfun Yoga Pants (https://superfunyogapants.com/), malas and essential oil spritzers for sale Classes in studio: 10am 75min Zenergy Flow with Ashley 12pm 60min Zenergy Flow with Jill 4pm 75min Zen Flow & Restore with Katy C 108 Mantra Meditation workshop with Katy B at 6 - 7:15pm A powerful meditation that invokes compassion and loving-kindness in our hearts. Bring your malas or buy ours before the event. Full details on our events page! Registration Link in Ticket URL Suggested Donation for all classes: $10-$20
Sunday Sep 24 @ 10:00 AM
Urban Prairies Project Native Ecosystems Training
Butterfly Pavilion – The Urban Prairies Project involves habitat restoration of suburban and urban open spaces in Colorado with a focus on community engagement, involvement and growth. For more information, visit www.butterflies.org/urban-prairies/ or email Amy Yarger, Horticulture Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 10:00 AM
Planetary Healing Forgiveness Meditation
Psychic Horizons Center – Come experience the amazing, transformative power of forgiveness! During this hour long guided meditation, we will tap into the power of forgiveness to serve and bring more light to the planet. As an added bonus, we’ll be opening our own lives to more forgiveness and grace at the same time! Please come along on this heart centered journey and see the amazing healing that the planet is ready to receive! Meets the fourth Sunday of each month.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:00 AM
Brewery Boot Camp - Ratio Beerworks
Ratio Beerworks – What a better way to start your Sunday off than with a workout and a beer! Train Hard, Play Hard is our motto and keeping people fit is our goal. Join us for a total body workout followed by a happy hour hosted by Ratio Beerworks. Workout is designed for people of all fitness levels and we can accomodate limitations if needed. $10 fee gets you an hour workout and the happy hour prices. Please come around 10:45am to register. For questions please call 720-810-0230
Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:00 AM
Broncos Vs Bills
Bout Time Pub & Grub – We don't even have to ask if you are ready for this! Because Broncos Fans are born ready!! So throw on those jerseys and any other Broncos gear you have; and get your whole team in to your favorite Neighborhood Pub to cheer on our Broncos in their away game!! This is the best place to see all the action. We have so many TVs that you won't miss a second of any Bills trampling! We will be serving up all your favorite hot made from scratch menu items, with our 1/2 Hot Ham & Swiss Sandwich and Salad on Special! Don't forget we have $3.50 Bloody Marys and Mimosas, $12 Bottomless Mimosas, and $2.75 Budweiser Pints!! Get down to Bout Time Pub and Grub for the biggest and best Broncos Watch Party!! Invite your friends so they know where to meet you this Sunday!! Don't miss out on any of the fun! GO BRONCOS!!!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:00 AM
Broncos vs Bills WATCH PARTY at HTB
Highland Tap & Burger – The Broncos travel to Buffalo Sunday for an 11:00 am Kickoff! Make Highland Tap & Burger your Broncos & NFL gameday HQ #DENvsBUF
Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:00 AM
John Rocco & Sherri Duskey Rinker, "Big Machines"
Boulder Book Store – John Rocco & Sherri Duskey Rinker will speak about and sign their new book, "Big Machines: The Story of Virginia Lee Burton", on Sunday, September 24th at *11:00am*. About the Book: Everyone in Folly Cove knows Virginia Lee as "Jinnee." With her magical wands she can draw whatever she imagines, but for her sons Aris and Michael, she draws the most wonderful characters of all: big machines with names like Mary Anne, Maybelle, and Katy. Her marvelous magical wands can make anything move — even a cheerful Little House. Big Machines pays homage to the life of Virginia Lee Burton, creator of Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel and The Little House. This is a FREE children's event, open to everybody!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 12:00 PM
The Hound of the Baskervilles: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure
Colorado Chautauqua – The world’s greatest detective was not who people think he was. In fact he was not a he at all. Ms. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Joanna Watson must solve the mystery of a generations’ old curse that dooms each male in the Baskerville family to be hunted by a demon dog. Can Holmes and Watson discover the truth before the Hound claims the life of the final heir to the Baskerville name? Audience and actors meet at the Chautauqua Picnic Shelter and take a moderate hike on the Enchanted Mesa Trail while scenes from the play are performed along the way. Approximate length of the hike is two miles with an elevation gain of 400 feet. Audience members are encouraged to bring camping chairs and/or blankets and mats to sit on while watching the scenes. Water, sunscreen and hats are suggested and comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing are strongly encouraged. In case of inclement weather, the performance will be held under the Picnic Shelter. Buy early! Each hike is capped at low numbers and tends to sell out in advance. Recommended for ages six (6) and older.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
Photoshoot with Ryan Ochsner
Tease Studio-Denver's Hottest Pole Fitness Studio – Ryan O has offered to do a shoot for pole September 24th, Sunday from 1-6pm at his studio. If you are interested in learning more about the shoot or have questions please contact him via email. Ryan Ochsner - email@example.com Option 1- $300 for 1 pre purchased 20x30 canvas wrap and includes the digital web sized version, proof gallery and the $100 session fee is waived. Additional digital edits and prints can be purchased once they've viewed the proof gallery. Option 2- $100 includes the proof gallery so they can select images to purchase in preferred format. Full pricing options are on website http://www.ryanochsnerphotography.com/#!/PRICING
Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
NACAC National College Fair Denver, CO
Regis Jesuit High School College Counseling Center – Meet face to face with college reps at NACAC National College Fairs - Register Free at www.nacacfairs.org/ncfstudentregistration to receive fair details, avoid lines onsite, and share your contact information with your choice schools.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
Be your own guide: Badass tactics to taking action with the cosmos
The Healing Studio – Emily Klintworth is coming to The Healing Studio to teach with Leanne! If you’ve been feeling called to take new action in your life, but don’t know how or when to do it - this workshop is for you. We have reached a pivotal time where you will be called again and again by the Universe to live out your true purpose. Many hear this call, but not all who hear it answer. Unfortunately, the call to action in your life doesn’t come with a step-by-step guide on how to move forward. Taking new action forces you to move beyond your comfort zone, learn new skills and to finally trust your most important guide (yourself). It is completely natural for you to feel stuck or scared to take action, but this need not prevent you from finding powerful solutions that can support you. This is where having the right tools and support will empower you to learn how and when you need to take action. You can and will move past the inner resistance as you learn to take empowered action in alignment with the cosmos. In this workshop, you will be connecting with ancient practices and learning specific astrological techniques that will empower you to learn how to: 1) discern when the desire to take action is arising from the Ego versus your High Self and 2) how to align your action with the cosmic forces through simple astrological technique (you'll be making your own energy map to use again and again for guidance and you don’t need to know anything about astrology prior to taking this workshop). Through this workshop you will learn to operate from a space of balance where you honor both the physical world and the energetic world equally. This is a beautiful creative space that allows you to enthusiastically create new experiences from a place of empowerment. It will always take both energetic intention and inspired action to bring in the new experiences you are craving and there are amazing techniques and strategies to support you in this process (we are enthusiastically teaching this all to you in the workshop). Cost is $225 and includes a copy of the workbook "Claiming Your Power Through Astrology" written by Emily Klintworth What to expect: Claiming Your Power Through Astrology by Emily Klintworth We kick off this workshop with powerful momentum by having you complete the spiritual workbook: Claiming Your Power Through Astrology written by one of the workshop facilitators Emily Klintworth (this book is included in the cost of the workshop and will be mailed to you prior to the workshop to support you in jump starting the energy…this is massively creating a space for the work we will do together) During this innovative workshop, you will be empowered as you learn a specific astrological technique. This skill will allow you to know when to take action in your life to align with the cosmos. This is an out-of-the-box technique that allows you a new way to see the opportunities on your path (and when to move towards them)! This is the “rear-view mirror/blind spot check” for taking action in your life. You will be providing your birth information prior to the workshop so that you will have specific insight into your life and path. Your energetic map will reflect the flow of Mars through your chart and is specific to you. We will be making this innovative energetic map together during the workshop. No experience in astrology necessary. All levels encouraged to attend. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS: Emily Klintworth Hi, I’m Emily and I’m deeply aligned with the Age of Aquarius and creatively supporting the first wave. We have entered a pivotal timeframe where the individual is rising up to claim their personal power and to authentically align with their True Self. To support this movement, I lead workshops, empower others and write from my heart. The energy ushering into the collective has a unique mission in supporting the shift. At its core it exemplifies the saying - “Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for his entire life.” We can all learn to ‘fish’ and it is our birthright. My book Claiming Your Power Through Astrology: A Spiritual Workbook is revolutionizing the way the individual applies and works with astrology in their life and is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before (you don’t need to know anything about astrology to begin to work with these new innovative techniques). We are ALL experiencing the first wave of the new energy of Aquarius (The Inventor) together. If you’re ready to learn, I’m ready to teach. Leanne Holitza I’m Leanne Holitza, an intuitive, energy healing practitioner and the owner of The Healing Studio. My goal is help people, who are open minded, to align themselves to their highest potential through the work of intention and energy clearing. I use my ability to see energy and thoughts to help you align with what you want in life. My gift is the ability to see your subconscious connections and help bring them back into consciousness. I have been helping people clear their energy and find themselves again since 2007. I work with concepts such as the law of attraction to get you thinking more about how you are driving your life with your thoughts and beliefs. I help people figure out their conscious roadblocks so they could lead the life they desire. I am super excited to work with Emily and have invited her to The Healing Studio so you could all get the opportunity to learn from her and her gifts.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Movie Showing - The Unruly Mystic
Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center – Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center Presents, a showing of the film "The Unruly Mystic." An inspirational documentary of how the filmmaker reaffirms his life's creative work when he fell in love with a 12th century saint...The film evokes a calling, that sweet spot of creativity that we all yearn to play in, which is also spiritual in nature. She is venerated for her widely recognized impact on today’s theologians, artists, musicians, doctors and educators. Modern day master Matthew Fox wrote a book about Saint Hildegard of Bingen, claiming that this mystic saint related the truths we need for our times... and for all times. Watch this wonderful film and meet its creator Michael Conti at the Q&A following the showing! Tickets are $5 and available at the door. For more information, please visit: https://unityofboulder.com (Learn more about the film at www.theunrulymystic.com)
Sunday Sep 24 - Sep 25 @ 4:00 PM
CU Presents – The Grammy Award-winning string quartet has been moving audiences and selling out concerts for three decades at CU Boulder. Their irresistible blend of virtuosic technique and engaging personality has led The Guardian (London) to proclaim, "The Takács Quartet are matchless, their supreme artistry manifest at every level." Performances: Sunday, September 24, 4:00 p.m. Monday, September 25, 7:30 p.m. Event Details: - Performance in Grusin Music Hall at the CU Boulder College of Music - Tickets start at $36 - Doors open 30 minutes before the event Map to venue: goo.gl/zhXF5g
Sunday Sep 24 @ 4:30 PM
Reading + Cocktail Hour with Emily Ziff Griffin
BookBar – Join BookBar for a reading and cocktail hour with Emily Ziff Griffin, author of Light Years. Emily will be joined in conversation with Carey Albertine of In This Together Media. "Unlike many sci-fi novels, the fast pacing doesn't come at the expense of thoughtful character development. Highly recommended for older adolescents." -Margaret A. Robbins, University of Georgia, Athens in the School Library Journal, *Starred Review* For more info, visit: http://www.bookbardenver.com/event/reading-cocktail-hour-emily-ziff-griffin
Sunday Sep 24 @ 5:00 PM
Prevail Vision Dinner
ThornCreek Church – It is an exciting time at ThornCreek Church as we prepare to establish our permanent spiritual home on Washington Street and expand our reach to the North Denver area to a whole new level! Come celebrate God’s blessings on ThornCreek Church and get a preview of the next phase of God’s Vision for our church. ThornCreek has purchased 15.21 acres in an area of rapid growth in Thornton. Join us as we reveal the PREVAIL Campaign, a 2-year spiritual and financial campaign to build and occupy the first phase of our permanent church home on this land. Please bring your spouse or significant other to this time of dinner, celebration and information. Your attendance, participation, and prayers for this event are vital for the next stage in ThornCreek’s ministry. RSVP today! *Childcare unavailable at this venue. Please make your own arrangements. Contact Pastor Jason if you need assistance.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 5:00 PM
Evening Worship - Harvest BBQ
First Evangelical Lutheran Church – How about a Fall Cook-out! Let’s meet at church for a little harvest season worship and a meal together. Worship will start at 5:00 pm. We will read stories about the harvest time, and sing songs to match. Bring something to grill and a side or dessert to share! After worship we will fire up the grill and have a meal together!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 7:00 PM
Live eTown Radio Show Taping w/ Fruition & Baskery
eTown – More than just a regular concert, eTown is a unique live experience! Audience members will watch the eTown Broadcast recorded before their eyes, complete with performances and interviews with both of our visiting artists, as well as the eChievement Award segment, eTown's opportunity to honor everyday heroes who are doing their part to make the world a better place. You won't want to miss it! Doors: 6:00pm Show Start: 7:00pm Show End: 9:00pm Fruition The first time they ever made music together, Fruition’s three lead singer-songwriters discovered that their voices naturally blended into beautiful three-part harmonies. In the eight years since that impromptu busking session, the Portland, Oregon-based quintet has grown from a rootsy, string-centric outfit to a full-fledged rock band with an easy but powerful grasp of soul, blues, and British Invasion era pop. On their new album Labor of Love, Fruition shows the complete force of their newly expanded sound, matching their more daring musicality with sophisticated, melody-minded song craft. The album subtly imparts the sense of being swept along on a journey, one reflecting an open-hearted spirit that sets in from the first notes of the dobro, mandolin and electric guitar driven title track, carries on to the sleepy soul of “Santa Fe,” and unfolds into the epic balladry of “The Meaning.” “A common theme for all three songwriters is trying to embrace being out on the road all the time, but also feeling like you’re missing out on the everyday lifestyle that most people get to have,” says Leonard. Embedded within that tension is a wistful romanticism that imbues many of the album’s songs. “Most of the love songs are very much about those rare moments of getting to be with the people you love,” says Anderson. “And then other songs are about coming back to the people you love, and trying to deal with the strange ways things change because of being apart.” After releasing their debut EP Hawthorne Hoedown in 2008, Fruition moved from busking on the street, to scraping their way onto the lower levels of festival lineups, to opening tours for bands like ALO and Greensky Bluegrass and onward, to being invited to play bigger festivals with ever bigger billing on those lineups. Last year saw them appear at Bonnaroo, Northwest String Summit and Telluride Bluegrass where Rolling Stone cited their artful choice of covers and “raucous originals filled with heartfelt lyrics and stadium-worthy energy.” This year will see them share a Red Rocks bill with JJ Grey and Mofro and The Infamous Stringdusters, along with a full headline tour of the United States. That breadth of touring experience has steadily reshaped the band and ultimately allowed them to achieve a sound they’ve long aspired toward. “We all tend to write on acoustic guitar and let things start in the same stripped-down, folky sort of way that we always did,” says Naja. “So where the songs come from hasn’t really changed much at all. What’s different is where we let them go from there.” baskery Baskery is sisters Greta, Stella and Sunniva Bondesson of Stockholm, Sweden. Growing up in a musical family, there were always instruments lying around the house and the sisters wrote their first song together in their early teens, “Fuck Umbrellas and Wellingtons”, a song basically about letting your freak flag fly. That was many years and a bunch of albums ago, but the message remains. Baskery was formed in 2007, shortly after their former band, Slaptones, split up due to their dad (drums, vocals and harmonica) handing in his notice. Instead of adding a new member, the sisters decided to continue as a trio, start fresh with a new sound and new songs. The name Baskery is a tribute to their northern roots, the Finnish nickname of a village in the far north of Sweden. The band successfully tours the world and has quickly become known for their energetic live shows. Wherever they go the audience gets blown away by their unique sound and intense stage presence. Their use of traditional instruments in an unconventional way helps create their very own genres: banjo punk, ADM (acoustic dance music) and killbilly. They don’t like being pigeonholed, if things start to feel predictable they’re likely to move on to something more exciting. Nobody puts Baskery in a corner, themselves included.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 7:00 PM
Dwight Smith Performs
Trident Booksellers and Cafe – Dwight Smith developed his catalog of songs over a decade of roaming The Americas--from the timbered hills and coastal wetlands of his native New England to the fire-swept chaparral of California; from Alaska’s snow hooded peaks to the jungle-steeped, ruin-littered sierras of Peru--an itinerant bard in restless pursuit of creative communion as antidote to modern specters of estrangement and spiritual atrophy, rallying towards exaltation in shared catharsis. The amoebic orbit of Smith’s voice swings between the gravities of Jeff Mangum, David Longstreth, and Tim Kasher, while his peculiar chord diction and picking style recall such disparate influences as Seu Jorge, Erik Satie, and Nick Drake. His work, which combines elements of indie folk and baroque pop, has been called "haunting and delightful" (Terrascope) and "a fascinating personal take on folk" (Folk World). His upcoming split with Monté on Punctum Records will be his first release since 2012’s Lateral Drifts (Twin Lakes).