Saturday, September 5

With summer coming to a close, there are only a few chances left to enjoy the Boulder Farmer’s Market. Both conventionally and non-conventionally grown Colorado produce will be on hand, including state-certified organic produce.

Image by Boulder Buzz

Image by Boulder Buzz

Various unique produce will also be available for those wanting to get more creative in the kitchen!

Time: 8am

Cost: Free

Location: Boulder Farmer’s Market, 13th Street, Boulder.

For those not going back to school, the Rocky Mountain STEAM Fest is the perfect opportunity for expanding the mind! This display of all things Science, Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Arts and Making spans two days and includes activities for all ages to enjoy.

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Image by Event Brite

Food, live music, and various workshops will be on hand for patrons to find their next hobby, or just have fun. Tickets available through Additional questions and requests for information can be sent to

Time: 10am-7pm

Cost: $5-$10

Location: Boulder County Fairgrounds, Boulder.

Sunday, September 6

Come out for the Louisville Art Association’s 30th National Fine Art Show and Sale. Various artworks will be on display from man different artists around the country. Opening reception will be Saturday and the exhibition will end September 13. Free and open to the public.

Time: 10am

Cost: Free

Location: Louisville Center for the Arts, Louisville.

In keeping with the art theme, venture out to the Boulder Labor Day Art Exhibition and Sale. This juried art exhibition had the painstaking task of choosing the art of over 140 artists from the overwhelming 300 original entries.

Boulder’s own award-winning artist Molly Davis was entrusted with the task this year.

Time: 8am (all day)

Cost: Free

Location: Hyatt Place Hotel, Boulder.