This week is packed with great events for the people of Boulder to enjoy, however there isn’t always time to go out to each and every one.  So, here are three of the top events going on this week in Boulder.  Each event has its own unique taste, so there’s certainly going to be something for everyone.

1. Petunia Mafia Cycling at Upslope brewery is hosting a showing of the 2016 Giddyup Film Tour movie tonight from 7-9pm.   Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a film filled with plenty of mountain and road bike action.  As a social event, people are encouraged to talk and meet everyone attending rather than having to just focus on the film.  Feel free to bring a friend and head on over to 1898 Flatiron Court for this casual social film night!

2. Ales4FemAles is an evening devoted to discussing the chemistry of brewing, craft lagers, and growing in the brewing business at the Left Hand Brewing Tasting room.  Hosted by Ted Risk and Ryan Wibby, the co-founders of Wibby Brewing, this hour and a half event is sure to be packed with as much insight as it is beer.  For a $12 fee, attendees will get to hear the story of these brewers while sampling two of their beers and snacking on pizza, which does mean this is a 21 and up event.

3.On Sunday the 29th, the Dairy Arts Center is hosting Zack Brock and his band Triptych.  Zack Brock has been gaining attention as a improvisational violinist for many years, playing Carnegie Hall and being named Downbeat Magazine’s rising star violinist in the year 2013 among many other commendations.  He draws inspiration from various genres of music, such as pop, jazz, and classical, to create a unique style that is purely his own.  Such a prolific talent like his is not one to be missed, especially given the opportunity to see him right in Boulder, and for tickets ranging from just $10-$20.

Jesse graduated from CU Boulder in 2014 with an English degree in Creative Writing. He has been writing independently ever since a high school teacher inspired him with a simple assignment to write whatever he wanted after struggling to follow a writing prompt. Since then, Jesse has been writing every day and continues to work on getting his writing published. It was that one spark that sent Jesse on a path not just toward pursuing his own writing, but to go into education in the hopes of awakening a similar passion in others. To keep his creative juices flowing, and keep a healthy balance, he also enjoys exercise of almost every kind and keeping a healthy diet. In his free time he enjoys seeking out new and interesting stories of all kinds, watching foreign media, and sometimes just relaxing and looking out the window for a while. Since coming to Boulder at the age of 3, Jesse has found no shortage of inspiration here.