1. Community Harvest Festival at Growing Gardens

10/02

4 pm

This free family event boasts pumpkin and face painting, lawn games, Mountain Flower Goat Dairy goats and more. There will also be food for purchase from Two Hands food truck and beer from The Post Brewing Co.’s biergarten. Live music will be performed by Bluegrass band Boxcar79.

2. Fall Festival of Choirs at Macky Auditorium

10/03

7:30 pm

CU choir provides a sampling of their fall lineup with Lionel Bart, arr. Gene Puerling: “Where is Love?”; Johannes Brahms: “O schöne Nacht,” Op. 92, No. 1; Paul John Rudoi (arranger): “Yonder Come Day”; David C. Dickau: “i carry your heart with me”; Tracy Wong (arranger): “Wau Bulan” and more.

3. Harvest of Hope Pantry Volunteering at Harvest of Hope Pantry

10/03

8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Fall is a great time to put some of your spare time to use for a good cause. Harvest of Hope provides your local Boulder neighbors who are down on their luck some food in a time of need. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed.

4. Buddhist Comedy Night at Museum of Boulder

10/03

7 pm to 8:30 pm

“Think of Me While You’re Meditating” will be performed by local stand-up philosopher Gregg Eisenberg. Gregg will perform excerpts from his book “Letting Go Is All We Have To Hold Onto: Mind Altering Jokes” as well as new material from the forthcoming “Follow Your Bris.”

5.Teton Gravity Research: Winterland at Boulder Theater

10/03

Doors: 6 pm, show: 6:45 pm

Per their description, “Winterland is a celebration of ski and snowboard culture…The technology and style might evolve, but the rush, excitement and pure fun remain eternal – bonding past and present and future riders. The film will follow these individuals as they leave their own mark on these fabled locations.” There is a student discount for the show if you have a valid student ID.

Kaylee was raised (but not *technically* born) in Colorado. She graduated from Regis University with a bachelor of arts in English. During her time at Regis she worked as a teaching assistant in a freshman classroom setting and in the writing center helping students on a variety of topics. While there, she discovered Cura Personalis, or care for the entire person, leading to her love of feminism and desire for equal rights for all. Kaylee spends her time reading, writing, and debating.