There is so much to do this weekend! My family is heading to Hotchkiss for a farm tour & dinner at Ela Family Farms. But the pickings are good down here in town too. Whether you head to the Farmer’s Market, go to BMOCA, head to the Denver Art Museum’s Free day, dance to Dan Zanes, go on a hike, or all of the above it’s sure to be a great weekend!
Be aware of wildlife. There have been bears and muntain lions spotted in town. There is a Supermoon 5/5 @ 9:30pm, where the moon is the closest to earth it will be all year on the same night there is a full moon.
Saturday, May 5 (Happy Cinco de Mayo!)
Dan Zanes and Friends at the Boulder Theater. Great kids’ music and a treat to have them in Boulder! Tickets cost $12.50/kids & $25/adults.
- Denver Art Museum Target FREE day.
- Nature Journaling and Migration with OSMP. All ages. Free. 9:00 to Noon. You must register ahead of time by calling 303.413.7657.
Children’s Storytime at the Main Library. All ages. Free. 10:15 to 11:00am. Ongoing activity.
French/English Storytime at the Main Library. All ages. Free. 10:15 to 11am.
- Colorado Railroad Museum is FREE today.
Boulder Farmer’s Market. 8:00 to 2:00pm. 13th Street between Arapahoe & Canyon Blvd. Map. Great opportunity for families to purchase locally grown produce, eat delicious food, listen to live music and so much more! A Boulder kids’ favorite.
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Arts [BMOCA] provides FREE guided art activities for kids on Saturdays during the Farmer’s Market. 8:00am to 2:00pm. All ages
- African Dance and Drum performance at the Canyon Theater of the Boulder Main Library. All ages. Free. 2:00 to 3:00pm.
Family Day at CU Museum of Natural History: May’s theme is Running Water: Rivers, Streams and Faucets. All ages. Free. 1:00 to 4:00pm. Explore the size, shape, color, habitat, taste and behavior of beetles, the most diverse specie on earth! Learn what links all 400,000 species together and sing some Beatles songs as well!
Bold Doors Student Art Exhibit. 9:00 to 3:00pm. This is a student art exhibit and kick off event featuring repurposed doors artistically redesigned by students. Sponsored by the Center for ReSource Conservation.
Sunday, May 6