1. Monday Night Wine Dinner at Frasca Food and Wine


5:30 pm

This Monday night wine will feature Baroli from Vietti. Coming from the Barbera grape, Luca will be honoring the grape with “two different delicious Vietti Barbera bottlings, the “Tre Vigne” from Asti and the famed Scarrone from Barolo, to finish the flight with the “Castiglione” Barolo.”

2. Boulder Arts and Crafts Application


All day

The first Tuesday of every month, Boulder Arts and Crafts considers new works and artists for display in the store. Applications can be filled out in-person at the store or online http://www.boulderartsandcrafts.com/apply-to-consign/.

3. Boulder Conversations at Museum of Boulder


6 pm to 7:30 pm

This public forum will be discussing violence against women and will be led by John Clune, a lawyer with Hutchinson Black and Cook focused on sexual abuse victim representation and the co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center, and Katharina Booth, First Assistant District Attorney with the City of Boulder who specializes in crimes against women. Participants will learn how Clune and Booth support survivors and how the Me Too movement has changed the conversation about violence against women.

4. Philosopher’s Stone: Boulder Bach Festival at eTown


7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

This performance will be celebrating the 39th season opening with works by Buxtehude, Piani, Pandolfi, Stradella, Couperin, and J.S. Bach.

5. Flatirons Food Film Festival at Boulder Public Library


7:30 pm to 9:45 pm

The Food Film Festival kicks off with The Migrant Kitchen, a story of the cultural and culinary contributions of immigrants to American cuisine. This streaming will show the Omotenashi and The Jewish Deli episodes of The Migrant Kitchen, and in-between films there will be tastings of Japanese and Jewish deli foods.