Monday June 12th

Start the week off the right way and head to downtown Boulder’s Bandshell Boogie! Family friendly, casual, and a great place to meet members of the community, this weekly event takes place in Central Park Monday nights from 7:30pm-9pm and is free to attend. With music from across the board, ranging from funk to club to pop, Bandshell Boogie encourages self expression for all with various musical talents constantly providing new experiences. Get out and dance this summer, meet your neighbors, enjoy the long summer nights outside and moving. More information is available at Bandshell Boogie.

If you’re looking for something to keep the kids entertained today, join PoshSplat off of Pearl st and Broadway for their Kids Summer Camp. With painting, games, pizza and more, kids ages 4 and up can enjoy instruction on painting of the day through various mediums. The camp runs from 10am-3pm on Monday June 12th. For more information check out their website at PoshSplat.

Wednesday June 14th

Join ‘Eagles tribute band’ The Long Run at tonight’s Bands on the Bricks in downtown Boulder. Beginning with a Beer and Margarita Garden at 5:30pm, opening act David Coile going onstage at 6pm, and the main act performing at 7pm, this is the place to be to get through the midweek grind. Bands on the Bricks is set up between the 13th st. and 14th st. area of Pearl St and will conclude around 9pm.

Friday June 16th

Step out of the usual bar hopping and concert series routine and dive into the good humored, childhood angst ridden show of MORTIFIED: COLORADO. At the Boulder Theater, this group of adults will share their best and worst relics from their childhoods; from artwork and poems, to letters and home movies, MORTIFIED LIVE: SUMMER SCHOOL will have you entertained for sure. Doors open at 7:30pm, with the show starting at 8:30pm; more information is available at Mortified: Boulder Theater

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.