Friday May 27
Iluminar Aerial presents Long Lost — This show is a professional aerial dance production that will take you on a journey of life, love and tragedy on the high seas. Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 S. Allison Parkway, Lakewood, 303-987-7845, iluminaraerial.com. Through May 29.
Saturday, May 28
Boulder Creek Fest — Boulder’s premiere outdoor festival returns to the side of the creek, complete with activities, entertainment and a duck race. Boulder Creek/Downtown, Boulder, 303-449-3137. Through May 30.
Brighton Blues Blast — A free outdoor blues concert featuring Michael Hornbuckle Band, Lionel Young Band, Felonious Smith Band, Bumkin, Papa Juke, Eef, The Delta Sonics. Noon. Armory Performing Arts Center, 300 Strong St., Brighton, 303-655-2140.
Sunday, May 29
Yoga Rocks the Park — Get your downward dog on, then stick around for food, drink and live music. Kid’s camp for children ages 5 to 10. 8 a.m. Sunken Gardens Park, Speer and 11th, Denver. For more information see yogarocksthepark.com. Through September 18.
Friday, June 3
Denver Children’s Museum Birthday Bash — Join in this adults-only fundraiser event with food, music, prizes and more. 6 p.m. Denver Children’s Museum, 2121 Children’s Museum Drive, Denver, 303-433-7444.
Lyons Outdoor Games — Enjoy a premier Colorado outdoor lifestyle, adventure sport and music festival. Bohn Park, 219 Second Ave., Lyons, lyonsoutdoorgames.com. Through June 4.
Saturday, June 4
Poudre Riverfest — Poudre RiverFest is a free, family-friendly festival with bird banding, nature walks, hands-on service projects, a scavenger hunt, kids’ activities, exhibitors, food, a New Belgium beer garden and live music from Justin Roth, Grant Farm and Mama Lenny and the Remedy, all focused around conserving the Poudre River. Legacy Park, 300 Woodlawn Drive, Fort Collins, 970-482-1707, ext. 21.
Golden Super Cruise — Check out classic cars as they line up or roll out all along the open road. South Golden Road, Golden, 303-968-7536.
Burning Can Beer Fest— Join Oskar Blues and dozens of local breweries for its annual Burning Can Beer Fest, featuring music, sports competitions and, of course, beer. 10 a.m. Bohn Park, 219 Second Ave., Lyons, 888-541-9753.
Jam Out Hunger — Battle of the Bands. A charity concert supporting the Arvada Community Food Bank. Arvada Center Amphitheater, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, 720-898-7200.
Capital Hill People’s Fair — Celebrate Denver’s diverse urban community with a weekend of entertainment, events, activities and attractions. 10 a.m. Civic Center Park, E. Broadway Avenue and Colfax, Denver, 303-830-1651. Through June 5.
Denver Chalk Art Festival — See more than 200 artists turn the streets of Larimer Square into a museum of chalk art. 12 p.m. Larimer Square, 1430 Larimer St., Denver, 303-534-2367. Through June 5.
A Taste of Louisville — Come and enjoy excellent food, served by our fine restaurants, arts and craft booths, kids’ entertainment and the Louis-Palooza, which features local bands performing at the Steinbaugh Pavilion. 9 a.m. Main St., Louisville, 303-666-5747.
Taste It Broomfield — Enjoy bite-sized dishes prepared by an all-star lineup of talent from dozens of local area restaurants serving up tasty attractions that reflect their signature style. Local breweries and wineries will offer tastings as well. 5 p.m. 1stBank Center, 11450 Broomfield Lane, Broomfield, 303-466-1775.
Samsara — Zikr Dance Ensemble performs to the progressive art-rock music of Yes with incredible special effects. Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 S. Allison Parkway, Lakewood, 303-987-7845, zikrdance.com. Through June 5.
Saturday, June 5
OUT Boulder County Garden Party — Join Out Boulder County for a relaxing afternoon full of good food, great friends and two awards to honor local heroes in our LGBTQ Community. 4 p.m. RSVP for Location or check out outboulder.org, 303-499-5777.
Thursday, June 9
Taste of the West — Enjoy Jefferson County’s premiere culinary event with over 30 participating chefs and restaurants. 5 p.m. Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 15200 W. Sixth Ave., Frontage Road, Golden, 303-399-5652.
Longmont Art Guild Art Show — Join local artisans in this showcase and sale. 1 p.m. Barn A, Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Road, Longmont, 303-678-6235. Through June 12.
Friday, June 10
Taste of Fort Collins — Enjoy the best of Fort Collins with food trucks, local beer and drink, arts and crafts vendors, a Kidz Zone and live music. Civic Center Park/Washington Park, 201 Laporte Ave., Fort Collins, 887-FC-TASTE. Through June 12.
Golden Music Festival — Sit on the rustic hillside amphitheater in Golden’s Clear Creek History Park for one of the region’s top live music festivals. 5 p.m. Clear Creek History Park, 1020 11th St., Golden, goldenmusicfestival.com. Through June 12.
Saturday, June 11
LoHi Music Festival — Warm up for summer at this local music fest featuring the Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, ALO (Animal Liberation Orchestra) and more. 11 a.m. 2219 W. 32nd Ave., Denver, lohimusicfestival.com.
Erie Brewfest — Get good food and beer at the Fourth Annual Erie Brewfest, with more than 20 food and beer vendors. 12 p.m. Briggs St., Historic Downtown Erie, Erie, 303-828-3440.
Sunday, June 12
Molly-Dharma Motorcycle Run — Join fellow enthusiasts in this ride benefitting local animal shelters. Registration starts 9 a.m. Platte River Bar & Grill, 5995 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton,
A Taste of Puerto Rico — Experience the spice and vigor of Caribbean cuisine. 11 a.m. Civic Center Park, E. Broadway Avenue and Colfax, Denver,
Tuesday, June 14
A Taste of the Broncos — Enjoy food and drink on the restaurant tour featuring some of Denver’s most highly regarded chefs and their specialties. 6:30 p.m. Sports Authority Field, 1701 Bryant St., Denver, 720-258-3100.
Thursday, June 16
Do at the Zoo — Graze on sample dishes from over 60 of the city’s finest restaurants and belly up to the watering hole for unlimited drinks featuring the region’s best wines and cocktails. 7 p.m. Denver Zoo, 2300 Steele St., Denver, 720-337-1400.
Friday, June 17
Denver Comic Con — Join the masked masses as fans, cosplayers, artists and writers come together to celebrate a love of all things comics. Denver Convention Center, 700 14th St., Denver, denvercomicon.com. Through June 19.
MarchFourth! — Louisville Street Faire. 5 p.m. Historic Downtown Louisville, 720-722-2044.
Greek Festival — Come eat, drink and dance like a Greek. 11 a.m. Assumption Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 4510 E. Alameda Ave., Denver, thegreekfestival.com. Through June 19.
Saturday, June 18
The Denver Art Festival — Check out some of the best art around at this free event. 10 a.m. Northfield at Stapleton, 8034 E. 49th Place, Denver, 303-330-8237. Through June 19.
Off the Hook Arts SummerFest — Join Off the Hook Arts for classes, workshops, a community connections series, a music and ideas series and classical music concerts. Locations around Fort Collins and Boulder, 970-305-2261, offthehookarts.org/summer-festival-schedule/. Through July 2.
Juneteenth Music Festival — Join hands to mark the ending of slavery and the beginning of African American independence in the United States with music and events. Parade starts 10 a.m. FivePoints, 25th Street, Denver, 720-505-3274.
Denver PrideFest — Celebrate Denver’s diverse queer and open culture. Civic Center Park, E. Broadway Avenue and Colfax, Denver, 303-733-7743. Through June 19.
Fort Collins Beer Week — Join in the annual Fort Collins Beer Week, the “un-festival” celebrating Colorado’s strongest beer city. Various venues, Old Town, Fort Collins, 970-217-8786. Through June 26.
Brewers’ Olympics — Kick off Fort Collins Beer Week with the outrageous competition that proves that drinking and competition go beer in hand. 12 p.m. Go West T-Shirt Co., 1725 Heath Parkway, Fort Collins, 970-217-8786.
Barbecue, Blues & Brews! 11 a.m. McGuckin Hardware, 2525 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, 303-444-7328.
Cherry Blossom Festival — Experience the beauty of Japanese culture and the spring season. 11 a.m. Denver Buddhist Temple, 20th and Lawrence streets, Denver, cherryblossomdenver.org. Through June 19.
Sunday, June 19
Boulder Jewish Festival — Join in the festivities as Boulder explores Jewish culture with food, events and more. 11 a.m. Courthouse Lawn, Pearl Street Mall, 1300 Pearl St., Boulder, boulderjewishfestival.org.
Wednesday, June 22
SeriesFest — See the best new TV pilots from established and emerging content creators. SIE Film Center, 2510 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, seriesfest.com. Through June 26.
Friday, June 24
Hot Buttered Rum — Louisville Street Faire. 5 p.m. Historic Downtown Louisville, 720-722-2044.
16th Street Fair — Check out art from around Colorado at this free street festival. 11 a.m. 16th Street Mall, Denver, 720-272-7467. Through June 25.
Saturday, June 25
Brighton Art in the Park — Enjoy food and entertainment while you scope out the work of local, regional and national artists. 10 a.m. Carmichael Park, 650 Southern St., Brighton.
TEDx2015: Make + Believe — Join in the experience that connects curious minds to the ideas and actions shaping the future of the West and ultimately, the world. Doors: 10 a.m. Ellie Caulkins Opera House, 1101 13th St., Denver, 303-893-4100.
Westword Music Showcase — Hear many of the finalists for the Westword Music Awards, including Dillon Francis, Matt and Kim and over 100 other acts. 12 p.m. Various stages across the Golden Triangle, 1100 Acoma St., Denver, 303-296-7744.
Climb4Life — Have fun climbing or hiking while raising awareness and funds for ovarian cancer research. 7 a.m. Boulder Rock Club, 2829 Mapleton Ave., Boulder. Email email@example.com or call 303-501-0988
Kinetics Solstice Festival — Enjoy a day of music, food, beverages, kids’ recycled raft race, solstice swim, sun and the annual Kinetic Sculpture Race. 11 a.m. Union Reservoir, 0461 WCR 26, Longmont, 720-837-1577 or kineticists.org.
Sand in the City — See Colorado’s premier sand castle building competition and showcase. 11 a.m. Ralston Park, W. 64th Avenue and Simms Street, Arvada, 303-424-0313. Through June 26.
Longmont Pride — Enjoy music, food, games and more as we embrace the equality and diversity that makes us proud to be who we are. 2 p.m. Willow Farm Park, 901 S. Fordham St., Longmont, 303-499-5777.
Nederland High Peaks Art Festival — Enjoy this juried exhibition of fine arts and crafts, live music and food booths. 10 a.m. Town Square, Nederland, highpeaksartfestival.com. Through June 26.
Thursday, June 30
Rocky Mountain Regional Pony of the Americas Show — Join in this competition and show featuring English and Western events, trail, games and more. Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Road, Longmont, 303-678-6235. Through July 3.
Friday, July 1
Cherry Creek Arts Festival — Experience a world-class and award-winning celebration of the visual, culinary and performing arts. Denver’s Cherry Creek North Shopping District, from Second to Third avenues, between Clayton and Steele streets. Through July 4.
Independence Celebration — Join for old-time games, historic demonstrations, live music, horse-drawn wagon rides and more. 5 p.m. Four Mile Historic Park, 715 S. Forest St., Denver, 720-865-0800.
Saturday, July 2
Boulder Arts and Jazz Festival — Three days of great music and events. Downtown Boulder, 1300 Walnut St., Boulder, 303-449-3774. Through July 4.
Golden Super Cruise — Check out classic cars as they line up or roll out all along the open road. South Golden Road, Golden, 303-968-7536.
Sunday, July 3
Erie July 3rd Extravaganza — Join in the Independence Day celebration a day early. Colorado National Golf Club, Highway 7, Erie, 303-926-1723.
Monday, July 4
Ralphie’s Independence Day Blast — Enjoy sparkling lights for the season. 8:00 p.m. Folsom Field, University of Colorado, 2400 Colorado Ave.,
Celebrate 4th of July 2015 — Food, fun, fireworks and activities all afternoon and evening long. 4 p.m. Waneka Lake Park, 1600 Caria Drive, Lafayette, 303-666-9555.
Golden Lion’s Club 4th of July Festival — An all-day party in Lions Park, complete with prizes, food, live music, beer, and free rides and face painting for the kids. Noon. Lions Park, 1300 10th St., Golden, 303-718-6507.
Wednesday, July 6
2016 Rocky Mountain Old-Time Music Festival — Enjoy bluegrass, square dancing in a barn, and all the wonderful traditions steeped in old-timeyness. Parish Ranch, 15722 Parrish Road, Berthoud, thecroma.org. Through July 10.
Thursday, July 7
Sixth Annual Colorado Burlesque Festival — Join for Thursday night’s Opening Gala or later for the late night shimmy. Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret, The Daniels and Fisher Tower, 1601 Arapahoe St., Denver, 303-293-0075. Through July 10.
Friday, July 8
Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas — Louisville Street Faire. 5 p.m. Historic Downtown Louisville, 720-722-2044.
Biergarten Festival — Experience beer, bratwurst, and German food, and more. 4 p.m. 17832 Highway 8, Morrision, 303-837-1146. Through July 10.
Colorado Black Arts Festival — Watch three stages filled with jazz, blues, reggae, gospel, traditional African drum and dance. 10 a.m. City Park, 17th Avenue and Colorado Blvd., Denver, 888-363-1823 ext. 20. Through July 10.
Colorado Irish Festival — Experience the largest Irish celebration in the Rocky Mountains with traditional Irish music performances and dancing, Irish drama and storytelling, crafts, games and food. Clement Park, 7306 Bowles Ave., Littleton, coloradoirishfestival.org. Through July 10.
Rocky Mountain Regional Gay Rodeo — Experience thrills, spills and chills at the 32nd edition of the Rocky Mountain Regional Rodeo. 5 p.m. Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 15200 W. Sixth Ave., Golden, Tickets available through crga.us. Through July 10.
Rhythm on the River — Featuring music, art and education, local restaurants and breweries and so much more for all ages. Roger’s Grove Park, Boston Street and Hover Road, Longmont, 303-776-6050. Through July 9.
Clips of Faith Beer and Film Tour — Try New Belgium’s most esoteric beer offerings and pair them with inspiring short films created by fans. 7:30 p.m. Valmont Disc Golf Park, 5084 Valmont Road, Boulder, 970-221-0524.
Saturday, July 9
Breckenridge Brewery Hootenany — Pig-pickin’, music-playing, foot-stomping, beer-drinking block party. 11 p.m. Breckenridge Brewery, 6775 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, 800-328-6723.
Friday, July 15
Samantha Fish — Louisville Street Faire. 5 p.m. Historic Downtown Louisville, 720-722-2044.
Saturday, July 16
Pearl Street Arts Fest — See all the pretty pictures under the sun right in the heart of Boulder. Pearl Street Mall, Boulder, 303-449-3774. Through July 17.
Boulder Beer 37th Anniversary Celebration — Live music all day featuring The Goonies, the Al Capones and Half Raff and of course beer, beer, beer. 2800 Wilderness Place, Boulder, boulderbeer.com.
Wednesday, July 20
R.O.S.E International Doll & Teddy Bear Expo — Doll artists and collectors of all genres from all over the world come together. 9 a.m. Crown Plaza DIA Hotel & Convention Center, 15500 E. 40th Ave., Denver, rosedollshow.com. Through July 23.
Friday, July 22
The Elders — Louisville Street Faire. 5 p.m. Historic Downtown Louisville, 720-722-2044.
Friday, July 23
Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers — Louisville Street Faire. 5 p.m. Historic Downtown Louisville, 720-722-2044.
Longmont Songwriter’s Festival — Join local songwriters for this festival celebrating the power of the written note. 4 p.m. 300 Suns, 335 First Ave., Unit C, Longmont, 720-442-8292.
Saturday, July 23
Arvada On Tap — Drink great beer, chow good BBQ, and try your hand in a home brew competition. 12 p.m. Ralston Park, 11200 Ralston Road, Arvada, 720-898-3380.
Thursday, July 28
Buffalo Bill Days — Celebrate the rootin’ tootin’ hero of the West with a parade, games and more. Golden, 303-278-9898. Through July 31.
Underground Music Showcase — Experience Denver’s premier indie music festival, with over 400 featured bands across 20 venues. South Broadway Area, Denver, theums.com. Through July 31.
Friday, July 29
Rockygrass — Come put your feet in the river and listen to some of the best pickin’ in the world as top bluegrass bands perform for three days. Planet Bluegrass, 500 W. Main St., Lyons, 800-624-2422. Through July 31.
Boulder County Fair — Ten days of events. Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Road, Longmont, 303-678-6235. Through August 7.
Denver County Fair — Honor most of the fine traditions of America’s county fairs. National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St., Denver. Through July 31.
Saturday, July 30
SummerFest — An afternoon of hands-on activities designed to be nature-inspired, educational, and fun for all ages. 11 a.m. Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Blvd., Boulder, 303-413-7222.
Colorado Dragon Boat Festival — Celebrate Colorado’s rich Asian Pacific American heritage. Sloan’s Lake Park, 1700 N. Sheridan Blvd., Denver, 303-953-7277. Through July 31.
Sunday, July 31
Aerial Dance Festival — Two weeks of aerial dance performance and training, with a chance to audition for the Vegas show LaReve. Frequent Flyers Studio, 3022 E. Sterling Circle, Suite 150, Boulder, 303-245-8272. Through August 12.
Saturday, August 13
Erie Air Fair — Check out the high-flying action featuring vendors, static displays of various type of aircraft, helicopter rides, auto displays, music, food trucks, beer and wine garden. Erie Municipal Air Field, 395 Airport Road, Erie, 303-664-0633.
Friday, August 5
Junior Brown — Louisville Street Faire. 5 p.m. Historic Downtown Louisville, 720-722-2044.
ARISE Music Festival — Music, yoga, camping, art, film and activism. Sunrise Ranch, 100 Sunrise Ranch Road, Loveland. arisefestival.com. Through August 7.
Saturday, August 6
Denver Beer Olympics — The thrill of competition never tasted so good. Civic Center Park, E. Broadway Avenue and Colfax, Denver, denverbeerolympics.com.
Friday, August 12
16th Street Fair — Check out art from around Colorado at this free street festival. 11 a.m. 16th Street Mall, Denver, 720-272-7467. Through August 13.
Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest — Join in the celebration of Fort Collins birthday with its annual NewWestFest showcasing 250-plus arts, crafts, vendor and food booths, a Kid’s World area and carnival attractions. Downtown Fort Collins, 970-484-6500. Through August 14.
Western Welcome Week Grand Parade and Festival Day. 8 a.m. Downtown Littleton. 303-794-4870, westernwelcomeweek.org. Through August 21.
Friday, August 19
Rocky Mountain Folks Festival — Simply the best folks festival on the Front Range. Planet Bluegrass, 500 W. Main St., Lyons, 800-624-2422. Through August 21.
Saturday, August 20
Golden Fine Arts Festival — Check out high quality artwork, a friendly atmosphere, a gorgeous setting adjacent to Clear Creek, and lots of complimentary and lively activities. 10 a.m. Downtown Golden, goldenfineartsfestival.org. Through August 21.
Lafayette Peach Festival — Experience what all the fuzz is about at this celebration of the sweet nectarines of the gods. 9 a.m. Old Town Lafayette on Public Road, Lafayette, 303-666-9555.
Boulder Craft Beer Festival — Join Boulder’s beloved breweries in a boisterous bash for beer. 1 p.m. Municipal Building Campus Park, 1777 Broadway, Boulder, 303-449-3774.
Friday, August 26
Festival on Main — Celebrate the summer in Longmont with a fun-packed festival of music and activities suitable for all ages. Downtown Longmont, 303-651-8484. Through August 27.
NedFest — Nederland’s celebrated music festival returns with bluegrass, funk, rock and roll and a hint or two of jazz. Jeff Guercio Memorial Baseball Field, 151 E. St., Nederland, nedfest.org. Through August 30.
Sunday, August 28
Oktoberfest — Beer hall antics abound at this traditional German fest. Noon. 17832 Highway 8, Morrison, tevedelweiss.org.
Golden Gran Fondo Festival — Come race in one the most challenging road race in the nation. 8 a.m. Parfet Park, 10th Street and Washington Avenue, 765-247-2453.
Friday, September 2
Riot Fest — Get your punk and rock on at this touring festival. National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St., Denver, riotfest.org. Through Sept. 4.
A Taste of Colorado: Festival of Mountain and Plain. 11:30 a.m. Civic Center Park, E. Broadway Avenue and Colfax, Denver, 303-295-6330. Through September 5.
Saturday, September 3
Brews & Views — Sample more than 40 local Colorado breweries, with live music and lawn games. 1 p.m. Hudson Gardens & Events Center, 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, 800-328-6723.
Boulder Creek Hometown Festival — Arts and crafts, live performances, 5K, kids and sports expo, food court, beer garden and more. Central Park, Boulder, 303-494-3137. Through September 5.
Pints at the Park — Celebrate the end of summer with beer, bites and more. Noon. Community Park, 955 Bella Vista Drive, Louisville, 303-666-5747.
Tour de Fat — Celebrate beer and bikes with a parade, cruiser ride, music and more. 10 a.m. Civic Center Park, Fort Collins, 970-221-0524.
Saturday, September 23
Jaipur Literary Festival — A festival of ideas and innovative minds. Boulder Library and Civic Lawns, Boulder, jaipurliteraturefestival.org.Through September 25.
Boulder Dinner Theatre
5501 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder,
Why just eat dinner when you can have so much more? The Boulder Dinner Theatre combines great food with a well-respected troop of actors to create one of the area’s most entertaining theater venues.
Footloose, May 21 through
This classic story of a father longing for the son he lost and the son looking to rediscover the father that walked out on him is set to an Oscar- and Tony-nominated score. You don’t want to miss this innovative version of the show.
When Swing was King!, June 27 and 28
For all you Big Band lovers BDT will be the place to catch Paul Cosentino and the Boilermaker Jazz Band as they bring back the swing made famous by Benny Goodman.
Colorado Shakespeare Festival, June 3 through August 7
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is a professional theatre company in association with the University of Colorado Boulder. Since 1958 the festival has celebrated and explored Shakespeare and his continuing influence and vitality through productions of superior artistic quality, education and community engagement.
This year’s offerings are no exception so come enjoy this Boulder tradition under the stars in the Mary Rippon outdoor theatre or indoors in the newly renovated University Theatre. For a full schedule and to buy tickets go to coloradoshakes.org. Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Boulder, 303-492-8008.
The Comedy of Errors, Mary Rippon Theatre (outdoors)
Equivocation, University Theatre (indoors)
Troilus and Cressida, Mary Rippon Theatre (outdoors)
Cymbeline, University Theatre (indoors)
Henry VI, Part 2, Mary Rippon Theatre (outdoors)
Boulder County Farmers’ Markets, all summer long and then some
Boulder County is world famous for its commitment to the farm-to-table lifestyle. All summer long you can buy locally grown vegetables, meats, fruits, flowers, plants, gourmet cheeses and wines at our county’s world-class farmers markets. And best of all you can meet the farmers that produced them. And when your not talking and buying great food and enjoying the people watching, you can stuff yourself on handcrafted baked goods or entire meals prepared by local chefs. This is the way we were meant to spend our leisure time don’t miss out.
Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., on 13th St. between Canyon Blvd. and Arapahoe Ave. Through November 19.
Wednesdays, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., on 13th St. between Canyon Blvd. and Arapahoe Ave. Through October 5.
Saturdays, 8a.m. to 1p.m. at the fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Road. Through November 19.
The Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder,
303-440-7826, the dairy.org.
In 1992 when the Dairy’s founders finally saw their dream come to life, they “envisioned a community arts center where artists of all genres would create and inspire each other and the greater community. Today, this dream of shared art making is a thriving reality. The Dairy’s 42,000 square foot facility houses disciplines ranging from visual arts, theater, and film to dance and music.”
Every night of the week at the Dairy offers something to stimulate your artistic nerve. Rotating gallery exhibits line the walls, the Boedecker Theater offers films and film talkback sessions you just won’t find anywhere else. Several amazing theater groups perform regularly in the Dairy’s multiple theater spaces. Music, comedy and dance are also consistent contributors to this vibrant art scene.
With so much going on, we will have to leave the specific events and shows to you and your digital information retrieval device of choice. Visit the Dairy’s website for a full listing of this summer’s seemingly endless options.
Martha Russo: coalescere.
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, 2750 13th St., Boulder,
Through June 12
This show brings together 25 years of work by the sculptor and installation artist Martha Russo. The artist’s first solo museum exhibition, coalescere will explore the progression of Russo’s work, highlighting sculptural pieces created over the course of her artistic practice as well as a series of new works and large-scale, site-specific installations.