Events Calendar Feb-March 2024

05 Feb 2024

Looking to fill your social calendar? We've got the rundown on what to do this winter season.

Sacred Feminine Circle: A Gathering of Women • First and Third Thursdays
The Sacred Feminine Circle gathers twice a month to share in the Healing of our Mother Earth, Father Sky and one another. We will discuss topics and healing remedies relevant to women in a changing world and support one another in our spiritual journey. $10. 12–12:30pm. Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center.

Aging Bodies, Myths and Heroines • Feb. 9 & 23
Aging Bodies, Myths and Heroines looks at the social and ethical implications of the observational image and challenges some of the myths and misunderstandings often imposed upon elder members of contemporary western societies. The exhibit features André Ramos-Woodard, Danielle SeeWalker, Donigan Cumming, James Hosking, Magdalena Wosinska, Marissa Nicole Stewart, Mitchell Squire, Roddy MacIness, Sherry Wiggins & Luís Filipe Branco, Will Wilson and others. 7–9pm. East Window Gallery.

Morning Yoga at the Museum • Feb. 1–Feb. 25
Classes will be taught by Zayd Atkinson or Soul Lorain. Zayd Atkinson is a 2022 Naropa University Alumni who double majored in yoga studies and environmental science. He spent seven months as an aspiring bramachari (monk) in the Krishna Bhakti tradition before studying Hatha yoga in Boulder. Soul Lorain is a multidisciplinary artist, a conversant as a Yogi, Dancer, DJ and model. As a yogi, she has held her teaching certification for ten years, and a recognition as a Bikram Yoga CO state champion. $10. 10-11am. Museum of Boulder.

Read to a Dog • Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 & March 14, 21, 28
Students in Kindergarten through 5th Grade can build confidence and fluency in their abilities by reading aloud to trained therapy dogs. Bring your own book or choose a library book and the dogs will listen without correcting or judging. 3:45–5pm. Broomfield Library. 

Proclaiming Colorado’s Black History Exhibit • Feb. 1–Sept. 30, 2025
Working collaboratively to preserve Colorado’s rich and complex Black histories, sharing them broadly, and integrating them into Colorado education. The Museum of Boulder will develop activities to highlight the history of Black people in Colorado with our IMLS: Museums for America grant. The program will collect original oral histories and research, consolidate research data and make it publicly available, and host a series of programs about race. Ticket prices vary. Museum of Boulder.

Step Afrika! • Feb. 2
Step Afrika! blends percussive dance styles practiced by historically African American fraternities and sororities, traditional Western and Southern African dances and an array of contemporary dance and art forms into one compelling artistic experience. Performances are much more than dance shows—they integrate songs, storytelling, humor and audience participation. Step Afrika’s mix of technique, agility and pure energy leaves audiences with their hearts pounding. Tickets start at $24. 7:30pm.

Catapult: A BFA Dance Concert • Feb. 3–5
Emerging BFA choreographers borrow from an exciting fusion of genres to craft dance works that explore a variety of personal themes. Tickets sell fast to CU Boulder College of Arts and Sciences Department of Theatre & Dance’s innovative, multisensory dance performances that take place in and around the intimate Charlotte York Irey Theatre. $20.

Street Wise Arts Mural Walking Tour • Feb. 3 & March 3
Come explore the street art of Downtown Boulder with Street Wise Arts. We offer guided walking tours led by a Street Wise Arts docent. Learn more about our organization, street art culture and the various social justice causes championed by Street Wise artists. Bonus: Many murals are activated in augmented reality, and we’ll show you how to bring them to life. Registration required. $5–$50.

Across Time Across Cultures “Icelandic Echoes: A Sonic Journey Into Inner Echos” • Feb. 7
Featuring performances by Boulder Bach Festival co-directors Mina Gajic and Zachary Carrettin, is a captivating presentation and performance workshop. Delve inside the music of Icelandic composers including projections of contemporary notation styles with demonstrations and explanations about new worlds in sound. A highlight of this event is a groundbreaking composition by renowned Sigur Ros collaborator, Maria Sigfusdottir, crafted exclusively for Mina and Zachary. A co-presentation of the Boulder Bach Festival and the Dairy Arts Center. $10–$20. 6pm.

CU Buffaloes Women’s Basketball Game • Feb. 9, 11, 29 & March 2
Come cheer on your CU Buffs Women’s Basketball team. CU Events Center. Times vary. 

Boulder Bach Festival • Feb. 10 & March 21
Celebrate the music of Johann Sebastian Bach by providing high-quality performances and educational opportunities that will not only satisfy those who already love Bach’s music, but will also introduce Bach’s music to others. Ticket prices vary. 4pm. Dairy Arts Center.

Orion Artemis I: Mission Around the Moon • Feb. 12
This presentation will focus on highlights from our Artemis I mission around the moon and give you a glimpse into what lies ahead for Orion as we look to return humans back to the moon. Corey Brooker has been working on the Orion Program within the Commercial Civil Space Line of Business at Lockheed Martin Space for the past 16 years. He is currently the Senior Manager for Orion’s Systems Environments and Specialty Engineering. $15. 7:30pm. Chautauqua Community House Series.

The Blind Cafe Music and Dinner in the Dark Experience • Feb. 13, 14 & 15
An award-winning positive social change pop-up dinner, social impact discussion and intimate live music performances held in 100% darkness, no blindfolds. You’ll break bread in community family style to a nourishing and healthy fixed Valentine’s dinner menu—sourced from local sponsors, restaurants, farms and grocers—the dinner will be designed to be grounding, comforting and familiar. $85–125. 7–9pm.

Fire & Ice: A Rooftop Music Festival • March 3
Join us for our Winter Rooftop Party, an all-you-can-eat extravaganza paired with fire pits and a Chartreuse Hot Chocolate Bar to warm you up. Chilled Ice Louge Craft Cocktails and ice sculptures will keep things cool as you enjoy live entertainment by Boulder’s finest. $125. 2–7pm. Corrida.

Dinner Opera: Suor Angelica by Puccini • March 2 & 3
Immerse yourself in an evening of exquisite music and culinary delight with our Dinner Opera event. After seven years of loneliness and shame in an Italian convent, a young nun receives heartbreaking news from her callous aunt. What follows is the tragedy of “Suor Angelica,” Giacomo Puccini’s one-act opera. Ticket prices and times vary. Longmont Dickens Opera House.

Boulder International Film Festival • March 1
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) is headed back to Longmont. BIFF showcases the very best shorts programs, documentaries and feature films from local, national and international filmmakers for three days in the Stewart Auditorium. Ticket prices vary. Longmont Museum.

Boulder Ballet Presents MINDFIELD • March 8, 0 & 10
An evening-length collaboration exploring the intersection of movement and wellness through both physiological and neuroscience-based research. This contemporary ballet production showcases the artistry of three distinguished choreographers: Andrea Schermoly, Resident Choreographer for the Louisville Ballet; Brandon Ragland, Artistic Director of Dayton Ballet, and our own Artistic Director, Ben Needham-Wood. Note: The choreography contains brief simulations and suggestions of physical violence that may be distressing to some viewers. $20–$55. Times vary. Dairy Arts Center.

Titanic, The Musical • March 15, 16 & 17
A thrilling musical journey of epic romance, courage and destiny. Stunning music and performances bring to life the tragic drama and emotion of the world’s most famous shipwreck. “Titanic, The Musical” is a collaborative presentation by the CU Boulder College of Music’s Musical Theatre and Eklund Opera programs. Times and prices vary. Macky Auditorium.

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