Monday Nov 20 @ 12:00 AM
Coors Field Stadium Tours
Coors Field – Sale Dates and Times:
 
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 24 @ 8:00 AM
Thanksgiving Break - No School
Bromley East Charter School – BECS will be closed for Thanksgiving Break from November 20-24.
 
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 22 @ 9:00 AM
Thanksgiving Break Camps
Butterfly Pavilion – Have the week off of school? Join us as we prep for Thanksgiving with fun, immersive camps at Butterfly Pavilion! For ages 5-10. NEW! Register for all three half day or full day camps and take $5 off your total. Monday 11/20 – Thanksgiving in the Rainforest Tues 11/21 – Bug Feast! Weds 11/22 – The Thankful Bug Full descriptions available at www.butterflies.org/fall-camps/. Cost: Full day – 9am-4pm – $50 (member rate: $45) Half day – (morning only) 9am-12pm – $30 (member rate: $27) Early drop off (8am-9am) and late pick up (4pm-5pm) options available for $5 extra per child/day
 
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 9:00 AM
Trauma-Informed Care for Diverse Populations: CAC / LAC Class
Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute – Trauma-Informed Care for Diverse Populations: Noeticus Addiction Counselor Clinical Training Program "Specializing in OBH Pathway 2 Addiction Counselor Classes for Mental Health Professionals Working on or with a Clinical Master's or Doctoral Degree" Training Description: Trauma-informed counseling practice fundamentally shifts the focus of clinical care from a pathological framework set on finding out what is wrong with clients to that of understanding what happened to them to make certain symptom sets adaptive. This class introduces addiction counselors and other mental health professionals to the concept of trauma-informed care, an approach that is being adopted more frequently within the human services fields based upon an increased awareness of the ways in which trauma impacts functioning. It also describes and defines what trauma-informed care is and illuminates ways in which a traditional treatment setting can be modified to increase the sense of safety experienced by clients in treatment along the continuum of care. Additionally, class participants learn how to incorporate trauma-informed practices into treatment with diverse populations, such as military veterans, women, people with co-occurring disorders, and other groups. Although trauma treatment approaches are considered and various community resources presented, this class is not designed to teach how to do trauma specific treatment. Training Objectives: Participants in this Colorado Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) Approved training learn: 1) important terms and concepts related to trauma-informed care; 2) the connection between addictive behaviors, victimization/violence, and trauma; 3) principles and philosophy of trauma-informed care; 4) strategies that support creating a "safe-enough" clinical environment; 5) the differences between trauma-informed, trauma-sensitive, and trauma-specific approaches; 6) the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria of PTSD and how that relates to non-DSM conceptualizations such as complex trauma and developmental trauma disorder; 7) how a trauma-informed approach can be applied to various treatment settings using the SAMHSA guidelines; and 8) ways to intgrate a trauma-informed approach into the collaborative care team. NOTE: This training is approved by the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) for CAC/LAC credentialing with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA). Training Instructor: Ryan Kennedy, PsyD, LAC, LMFT, LPC, RN, CACIII, MAC, ACS, is the Training Director for the Center for Professional Development at Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute and is an approved Colorado Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) Addiction Counselor Trainer as well as a Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Registered Nurse (RN), Certified Addiction Counselor, Level III (CACIII), Master Addiction Counselor (MAC), Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP), and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). He has been a psychotherapist since 1993 and a counselor educator and clinical supervisor since 1996, serving as core faculty at Naropa University in the Graduate School of Psychology and as adjunct faculty at the University of Colorado Denver, Prescott College, and Front Range Community College. Ryan’s clinical training is in the areas of trauma and dissociative disorders, chronic and persistent mental illness, psychiatric nursing and psychopharmacology, addictions and recovery, domestic/family violence, and living with life-threatening illnesses. Training Text: Participants taking this training (and all trainings offered through the Noeticus Addiction Counselor Clinical Training Program) are encouraged to download and read the most recent edition of the Handbook for Addiction Counselors published by the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) and available from the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA). For access to the handbook and all associated CAC and LAC related application materials, please visit the DORA website HERE: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dora/Addiction_Counselor_Applications_Docs Training Information: - Date: November 20 through November 21, 2017 - Time: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm All Days (Check-In at 8:30 am) - Where: 190 E 9th Ave, Suite #310; Denver CO 80203 - Cost: $150 General; $130 Grad Student; $125 Staff/Alumni - Group Discount: $140 Three or More Registrations Together - Military Discount: $135 Military Personnel and Veterans - Contact Hours: 14.0 NAADAC/NBCC/OBH Approved Contact Hours - Size: Limited to 20 Participants; Please Register Early - Pre-Registration Required for Attendance - Registration: https://nacctp-tic-1117.eventbrite.com More Information: Elise Cook, MA, LPC, NCC; Training and Education Program Manager 303-399-9988 x 505 nacctp@noeticus.org www.noeticus.org/nacctp.html Cancellation and Refund Policy: We hope you will be able to attend your training after you register, but we also understand that life can present many complications and challenges that are sometimes unavoidable. If you register for a training and discover later that you will be unable to attend, please take a look at our Cancellation and Refund Policy to see what your options are, then let us know what you'd like to do. Here is a link to the policy: http://www.noeticus.org/Cancel_and_Refund_Policy.html Approved Continuing or Professional Education Provider Information: Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute has been approved by NAADAC as an Approved Education Provider, AEP, #151584 and NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP #6704. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. All Noeticus Addiction Counselor Clinical Training Program (NACCTP) classes have been approved by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) for workforce development grants. All trainers affiliated with the NACCTP have been approved (or are in the process of being approved) by the Colorado Department of Human Services' Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) to provide such training.
 
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 24 @ 9:00 AM
Fall Break Camp
Enshin Karate Headquarters Denver, Colorado, USA
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 10:00 AM
Moms-n-Kids Nature Ride & Hot Tubbing!
Boulder Adventure Lodge – Free community ride for local mamas and their little ones. Kids in trailers are preferable to little kids on little bikes as it might be a little tough for them. A beautiful 3 miles uphill on a paved & dirt bike path. We'll take lots of breaks until we arrive at the Boulder Adventure Lodge, where they await with towels and a hot tub before coasting back downtown. Please RSVP here on the FB event page.
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 12:00 PM
Transgender Day of Remembrance
Red Rocks Community College – LOCATION: In the Den
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 12:30 PM
United States Military Academy Westpoint, NY
Regis Jesuit High School College Counseling Center – Come meet with RJ Alum and Cadet Gunner Patterson '15 here in the College Counseling Center to learn about academy and cadet life at USMA
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 3:00 PM
Gobble Wobble Packet Pick Up
Boulder Running Company- Littleton – Gobble Wobble Packet Pick Up at Boulder Running Company- Littleton! Come any time today from 3 pm to 7 pm or tomorrow from 10 am to 2 pm.
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 3:00 PM
Red Chai Release
Two22 Brew – Red Chai will be released on Monday, Nov. 20 to start off Thanksgiving week right!
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 4:00 PM
Creative Writing Club!
BookBar – A free drop in after school writing club for kids 12-18, every Monday at Bookbar!
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Liberal Buzz
The Jefferson County Democratic Party – Come share a beer and conversation. This event is a social gathering of like minded people to discuss the matters of the day. Please Join Us. Free to attend. Cash Bar. If going please either RSVP to the Jeffco Dems Office 303-237-1359 or indicate so with a status of going on Facebook, please use a Facebook status of interested otherwise.
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Thanksgiving Long I Pie Sale & Ratio Growler Special
Ratio Beerworks – Newly named producers of one of the best pies in America by Tasting Table, The Long I Pie Shop returns to Ratio Beerworks for your last minute Thanksgiving Pies needs. Were you a procrastinator? Shauna will have a limited number of walk-up pies for sale from 6-7pm on Monday, November 20, plus Ratio Beerworks is offering a special 20% off Thanksgiving deal on growlers so you can share the gift of Ratio beer with your friends an family.
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Align & Flow
Float & Flow?Yoga & SUP – Align & Shine! Time: 6:00-7:15pm Location: White Lotus Therapeutics // 2554 Irving St. Denver, CO Join Mary Susan Stults each week on Monday and Wednesday evenings for a dynamic, slow, strong, and compassionate alignment-based 75 min practice. Align & Flow classes are alignment-based classes tailored to build a strong foundation, steeping the body in the principles of proper and safe alignment. In this class we'll stay mindful of the breath as we focus on building strength, creating stability, developing endurance with longer holds, and making the most of props! Together, we'll slow down to explore and play with the more subtle aspects, details, and nuances of alignment and the practice. Align and Flow is a fun, dynamic, slower-paced, and inclusive all-levels class that is appropriate and perfect for those wanting to brush up on the basics, including those new to Yoga to the more experienced and seasoned practitioners. All-levels welcome, and drop-ins are welcome~ Register Here: http://www.whitelotustherapeutics.com/yoga-1
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Portrait Photography
Boulder Digital Arts – Learn the secrets of compelling portrait photography with a blend of technique, artistry, and psychology, even if you're on a budget! When you learn to dispel judgment and put your subject at ease, you'll move into the moment to create a better portrait. This workshop examines the location portrait shoot, from preparation to execution to post-production. You'll learn to compose great shots with one light and reflectors, though you can extend these principles to more sophisticated studio lighting. We'll emphasize getting great results and minimizing post-production headaches. For more information, and to register (required), please visit the Boulder Digital Arts website: http://boulderdigitalarts.com/training/details.php?offering=231&source=facebook
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Introduction to DSLR Video
Boulder Digital Arts – Shooting video with a DSLR camera is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to create high-quality video. These new cameras created a firestorm in the video production world with their ability to shoot footage similar to that of 35mm motion-picture film. In this three-hour workshop, we will cover everything you need to start shooting video with DSLR cameras. We'll discuss the accessories needed to use the camera for cinema and production-style shooting, and create a mini-studio in the classroom to see how a DSLR responds in real time to lighting and camera settings. This workshop will also prepare you for the hands-on Intermediate DSLR Video class, for more in-depth training! For more information, and to register (required), please visit the Boulder Digital Arts website: http://boulderdigitalarts.com/training/details.php?offering=268&source=facebook
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Read Tarot Cards like a Pro
Yoga of the Mind – Four-week In-Depth Tarot Class Learn to Read the Tarot Cards during this 4-week course that meets every week on the same day of the week during the same time slot. The reading mat I invented makes reading the Tarot Cards very easy. You can give yourself and friends readings after you complete this class. These classes are packed with information and time to trade readings and practice. This is a fun, interactive class that gives you the confidence to give yourself, friends and others reading on your own.
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
I Prevail w/ WCAR, TWA, and ETF - Denver, CO
The Ogden Theatre – 106.7 KBPI Presents Willie B's Birthday Bash I Prevail with We Came As Romans, The Word Alive, Escape the Fate Age: 16 & Over Door Date: 11/20/2017 6:00 pm On-sale Date: 09/29/2017 10:00 am
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
The Wailin' Jennys - Second Show Added at Boulder Theater
Boulder Theater – SECOND SHOW ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND! THE WAILIN’ JENNYS BOULDER THEATER Monday, November 20, 2017 Doors: 7:00 pm | Show: 8:00 pm Tickets on sale NOW at www.bouldertheater.com $35.00-$40.00 Reserved Seats plus applicable service charges Z2 Entertainment is thrilled to announce a second performance for The Wailin’ Jennys on Monday, November 20th at the Boulder Theater. Tickets are on sale now! The November 19th performance is sold out! The Wailin’ Jennys are Nicky Mehta, Ruth Moody and Heather Masse three distinct voices that together make an achingly perfect vocal sound. Starting as a happy accident of solo singer/songwriters getting together for a one-time-only performance at a tiny guitar shop in Winnipeg, Manitoba, The Wailin’ Jennys have grown over the years into one of today’s most beloved international folk acts. Founding members Moody and Mehta along with New York-based Masse continue to create some of the most exciting music on the folk-roots scene, stepping up their musical game with each critically lauded recording and thrilling audiences with their renowned live performances. In 2004, The Wailin’ Jennys released their first full-length album 40 Days to great critical acclaim, netting a 2005 Juno Award (Canadian Grammy) for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year. Bolstered by their frequent appearances on Garrison Keillor’s public radio show A Prairie Home Companion, The Jennys exploded onto the roots music scene, performing at packed venues across the Canada, the U.S. and throughout the world. The Jennys’ sophomore album, 2006’s Firecracker, served as a powerful follow-up to their career-making debut. Artistically, the record found The Jennys stepping out of the folk realm and into the world of alt-country, pop and rock. Garnering much attention, it was nominated for a Juno Award and won a 2007 Folk Alliance Award for Contemporary Release of the Year. Firecracker had legs, spending over 56 weeks on the Billboard charts. The trio’s 2009 release, Live at Mauch Chunk Opera House, also spent over a year on the Billboard bluegrass charts. That landmark live album bottled the lightning of The Jennys’ live performances with show-stopping harmonies, impressive instrumental prowess, breathtaking songs and, of course, witty stage banter. For their latest album, 2011’s Juno-winning Bright Morning Stars, The Wailin’ Jennys joined the ranks of Lucinda Williams and Emmylou Harris and recorded with award-winning producer Mark Howard. Co-produced by frequent Jennys collaborator and Juno Award-nominated David Travers-Smith, the album combines fresh and innovative sounds with the band’s signature harmonies — a perfect mix of Americana, pop and traditional folk that is destined to be a modern classic. Although known primarily as an acoustic outfit, The Wailin’ Jennys have a diverse musical background that has shaped their musical sensibilities. Soprano Ruth Moody (vocals, guitar, accordion, banjo, bodhrán) is a classically trained vocalist and pianist with a burgeoning solo career. She made a splash in 2010 with the Juno-nominated The Garden which was followed up with 2013’s gorgeous These Wilder Things. She’s an accomplished, versatile singer of traditional and Celtic music and as the former lead singer of Juno-nominated roots band Scruj MacDuhk. Mezzo Nicky Mehta (vocals, guitar, harmonica, drums, ukulele), a classically trained dancer raised on ’70s a.m. radio and heavily influenced by alternative pop, was nominated for a Canadian Indie Music Award for her striking debut solo album, 2002’s Weather Vane. In July 2009 she became the proud mother to twin boys, Beck and Finn. Alto Heather Masse (vocals, upright bass) is a Jazz Voice graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, who has performed in Mark O’Connor’s Hot Swing, Darol Anger’s Republic of Strings and is a regular guest on A Prairie Home Companion. She has also toured with her own band, supporting her 2009 Red House release Bird Song. Her latest, 2013’s Lock My Heart, is is an inspired album of jazz standards and originals with legendary pianist Dick Hyman. With their varying backgrounds, each of the Jennys is unique in their individual expression. Together they forge a unified folk-pop sound — all delivered with the irresistible vocal power of three. How to Get Tickets Tickets available at Boulder Theater Box Office, by phone at (303)-786-7030 or online at http://www.bouldertheater.com. The Lounge at the Boulder Theater is now open Tuesday – Saturday and on event nights from 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. The Lounge at the Boulder Theater specializes in locally sourced small plates, fine wines, craft cocktails and microbrews.
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Volunteer at Project CURE with Project Helping
Project Helping – As space is limited, make sure to register before participating in this awesome event! projecthelping.org/volunteer We love volunteering at Project CURE and we think you will too. Project CURE takes donated medical supplies from hospitals and delivers them to third-world villages who need these life saving supplies. These supplies would otherwise go to waste, but in this case, we get to help package and prepare them to save lives all over the world. WHAT WILL WE BE DOING? This volunteer project is focused on sorting and preparing the medical supplies to ship to villages all over the world. We will be sorting donated supplies to prepare them to be boxed and shipped. We will also be taking already sorted supplies and boxing them for their final step before they go all over the world. There is NO medical background or understanding needed. The process is very simple and engaging. FAQs Why volunteer? Through the act of volunteering, you are actively investing in your community while also improving your mental wellness! Volunteering is proven to have numerous health benefits including improved mood, feeling healthier, increased sense of purpose and reducing stress levels. Volunteering can also give us a deep sense of happiness, both immediately and long-term. * 94% of people who volunteer say that volunteering improves their mood. * 96% of people who volunteer say that volunteering enriches their sense of purpose. This is just some of the science that supports our mission and outlines why it’s so beneficial to do good things for others. We call that practicing kindfulness. #DoGoodFeelGood Does this event require special skills? There are no specific skills needed for this event. We do consider willingness to help others a very special skill, but you’re reading this, so you already have that one! Are there age requirements for volunteering? For this event, all volunteers must be at least 16 years old. ALL THE DETAILS: Where to meet and park? What to wear and bring? What is the agenda for the day? Once you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email with all the details. We’ll also send a reminder email and a text a few days before the event! To make sure you get the emails, please add Project Helping (volunteer@projecthelping.org) to your contacts. More Questions? Email Project Helping at volunteer@projecthelping.org or call 303-551-0624