Monday 7/24

Start your week off a little differently with a guided Electric Cruiser Bike Tour hosted by the Boulder Tour Company. Discover the hidden, and some not so hidden, gems of Boulder on a provided fat tire bike and over two hours of sightseeing. Each tour includes a fat tire bike, helmet and safety gear and will be led by local guides. The Boulder Tour Company will be giving fat tire tours all this week; private and group tours available. Find tickets, additional dates, and more information Here

Wednesday 7/26

Get through the midweek hump and head over to the Boulder House on Walnut in downtown Boulder for Reggae Night. Beginning at 9pm until 1am, the Boulder House will have drink specials, DJ Swayzak, and the best vibe in town. The party starts at 9pm without a cover charge (must be 21+). For more information check out the “Boulder Reggae Night” page on facebook.

Thursday 7/27

For those that are more musically inclined, check out Naropa University’s Creative Music Workshop. With multiple dates throughout the week, students can discover their styles, develop interests, and further their musical talents with this 9 day intense workshop. Students will also have a chance to showcase their work in faculty and student concerts in the evenings with “spontaneous compositions” which could lead to academic credit. Registration and more information can be found at Naropa University’s website and Facebook page.

Friday 7/28

To kick your weekend off with a treat, stop by “Pastries on the Path” and join Community Cycles, Boulder Food Rescue and Shared Paths for Pastries on the Path. A monthly breakfast event to reward and encourage alternative forms of commuting, safe riding, and community. Free coffee will be provided. Sweet treats and coffee will be available at 8am while supplies last and can be found on the Boulder Creek Path behind the municipal building near 1777 Broadway in Boulder.

Saturday 7/29

The weekly Boulder Farmers Market will once again run from 8am-2pm on 13th st by Central Park. With local vendors, fruits and treats, and so much more, the market will have everything you need to make your weekend the healthiest, yummiest, and most relaxed.

A senior at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Martine studies English Creative Writing and actively pursues areas of study such as visual arts, linguistics, psychology, peace studies, and much more. Since middle school, Martine’s passion for life and its journey has translated into her writing—fostering a need for constantly new surroundings and unique experiences. This has led her to write not only about life in a ‘rose-colored’ glasses manner, but has also strengthened her love of photography. She loves spending her free time with outside with her dog and camera; shooting life in way that not only captures natural beauty, but also emphasizes the hidden details of her surroundings by taking the path less hiked. Since moving to Boulder, Martine has fallen in love with rock climbing and hiking, leading her to spend many sunny afternoons in various parts of the front rage and further strengthening her love of nature. With the Flat Irons as her backdrop, Martine is never in need of inspiration and aims to reveal the hidden treasures Colorado has to offer.