Boulder Weekend Events
Rain, rain, go away….come again when it isn’t the beginning of summer! Luckily there is plenty to do in and around Boulder County whether you would like to avoid the summer showers or play in them. Check out the variety of events going on this July weekend!
Saturday, July 11
There won’t be a shortage of laughs with the Marionette Melodrama at Denver’s Puppet Theater.
Channel your inner Fraulein Maria and enjoy the raucous story with two men, one good and one bad, and a female puppet who needs saving. Unfortunately, neither the Von Trapp children nor the lonely goat herder will be present, but that doesn’t mean you wont enjoy yourself!
Location: Denver Puppet Theater, Denver.
Bring your friends and family to the central Rockies for the one, the only, Rocky Mountain Old Time Music Festival! Fiddle and banjo-based music will be at the forefront of this festival and its offerings, including various workshops for the public, as well as performances and dances for all to enjoy.
Information for those wanting to camp or bring their RV to hookup can find more information and all updates at www.thecroma.org.
Time: All day
Cost: $20-$98 weekend passes. Under 16 free. Senior discount available.
Location: Parrish Ranch, Berthoud.
Sunday, July 12
Take a break from your weekly grind and learn some beneficial mental techniques at the Medicine Buddha Practice.
A practitioner since 1979, John Crowe will be leading this workshop and teaching what he prescribes as “ruthless self-care” to those looking for help in balancing the needs and demands of everyday life. Crowe has been serving Denver Public Housing as a psychotherapist since 2008 and has various methods and practices that will benefit those looking to increase their mental and emotional health.
Location: Nalandabodhi Boulder, Boulder.
There isn’t any edelweiss growing nearby, but that doesn’t mean you cant enjoy the Chamber Orchestra’s “An Evening in Vienna.” Austrian composer David Danzmayr will be leading the performances of pieces by Schubert, Mozart, and Beethoven, the most well known composers out of Vienna, Austria. Russian violinist and London Music Masters Award recipient Alexandra Soumm will be making her Colorado debut as she performs Mozart’s Violin Concerto No.4.
Cost: $12-$54; $9-$51 for members
Location: Chautauqua Auditorium, Boulder.