Around the world there are an estimated 93 million children not in school, 48.4 million are girls. Zonta International has increased access to educational opportunities and vocational skills training for girls and young women in Africa, Asia and South America. Zonta Foothills Club is working hard to make a difference here in Boulder.
Added by Pamela Clifton on October 4, 2015 at 10:22pm — No Comments
While the Walker Range Heritage Baseball game (click to see more pictures) didn't quite have as many spectators (or "cranks" as they were called 150 years ago), it was a gorgeous day for…Continue
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Through September, donations will be collected at West End Salon for the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance. Donors names will be displayed on teal ribbons throughout the…Continue
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HOME BUILDERS FOUNDATION OF METRO DENVER INSTALLS A LIFT FOR A 12-YEAR-OLD BOULDER RESIDENT
BOULDER, COLO. – August 24th, 2015 – A two-part accessible home modification project was completed by the Home Builders Foundation (HBF)…Continue
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Show title: D E E P H O R I Z O N S
As you step into Rebecca’s large, rich and layered landscapes you are transformed, shaped and drawn into a time warp of past and current culture.
Show runs: JULY 10- JULY 26th 2015
OPENING RECEPTION: FRI 7/10 6-10 pm
Location: PIRATE Contemporary…Continue
Added by Annette Coleman on June 27, 2015 at 6:52am — No Comments
Boulder, Colorado – June 11, 2015 -- SkillShare, Boulder County’s TimeBank, is celebrating a great milestone! Over 70,000 hours of service, skills, and assistance have been exchanged among SkillShare members. During the 12-1/2 years SkillShare has been in existence, 477 individual members have made 11,940 exchanges, including services (provided and received) and gifts to other members.
No money was involved in these exchanges, because SkillShare, as a TimeBank, uses an alternative…Continue
Added by Jan DeCourtney on June 11, 2015 at 12:15pm — No Comments
The prairie lands remained cool from what was left of the 2015 winter on May 9th Mother's Day weekend. Such a long winter for many Colorado folks. Towns all the way from Denver to Lamar surprised & penetrated by the lingering coolness that prevailed onto the farmland & prairie countryside. I was lucky to…Continue
I guess some more of the neighbors aren't very happy, since given notice to move and no trash service for a week.
Added by Debby West on May 24, 2015 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Last Monday, the residents on the Arapaho Clusters on Merritt Dr.and Eisenhower, were given notice the all residents of the 20 units needs to vacate by June 30.,
The trash dumpsters were taken away, and Brady, provide trash facilities to the current residents. There is a dump truck on one end of the complex that people can put their trash by, and finally a couple receptacles, but definitely not enough for 20 units, only a few who talked to the construction crew knew about the dump…Continue
Added by Debby West on May 24, 2015 at 11:00am — No Comments
A true un-intentional community, that just came together. A place where Boulder children could raise their Boulder children. That’s what the “Arapahoe Clusters”,on the corner of Merritt Drive and Eisenhower, is to about 60 people.
We have all been blessed to be able to live in a wonderful family-owned…Continue
Added by Debby West on May 22, 2015 at 9:30am — No Comments
Longmont Theatre is trying to Illuminate the Marquee. We are so close to having raised the funds needed to get the Marquee repaired. Come check it out June 5, 6 at 7:30 pm or June 7 at 2 pm. A Broadway review of music from past LTC shows. We are excited to get the 'gem' of downtown relit. August will be the lighting of the building.
Added by Tracy Cravens on May 21, 2015 at 9:42am — No Comments
I love spring! Don’t you! I love to watch the early spring flowers pop out of the ground and see the flowering trees burst forth with their blooms. I’m in awe of the great variety of colors and flowers we see. After staring at the dark clouds and snow of winter, I usually feel they are long overdue.
In working with sexually exploited kids, you hear so many horror stories and they are so easy to focus on. We can look at all the darkness around us and get discouraged. Yet, this is when…Continue
Added by Blossom Care Network on May 15, 2015 at 6:30am — No Comments
This year has been a celebration for the Handweavers Guild of Boulder, which has been in existence for 50 years and is now an organization of several hundred members who participate in all fiber arts: handweaving, handspinning, dyeing, quilting, felting, knitting, tatting, crocheting, and many more. The public is invited to see their final event of this anniversary year: a FREE and open to the public exhibit of their work, with display by Anne and Jim Sneary, in the Gallery of Shuttles,…Continue
Added by Anne Bliss on May 12, 2015 at 7:25pm — No Comments
University of Colorado at Boulder’s choral department consists of some of the most talented singers and conductors dedicated to performing beautifully composed music - and that’s just what they did Tuesday, April 28th. Macky Auditorium was filled with radiant voices that evening, including one special singer, 21 year old Hikari Kumagai. As an exchange student from Tokyo, Japan, Kumagai traveled…Continue
Added by Jordan Chandler on May 4, 2015 at 11:25am — No Comments
If you are interested in having an International Experience without leaving your home and promoting the growth of international understanding and worldwide friendships, hosting a student from Japan this summer is the perfect experience for you and your family!
Added by Katy O'Neill on April 30, 2015 at 10:04am — No Comments
UnbelievaBubble! BOULDER DAY INAUGURAL EVENT
What if we all came together to blow bubbles...
Boulder, CO - Bubbles represent a variety of moods and meaning. Bubbles…Continue
Added by Shoshana Fanizza on April 27, 2015 at 10:39pm — No Comments
Boulder Community Health (BCH) has received a 2014 Outstanding Achievement Award from the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). The award, which honors facilities that exceed nationally recognized standards for the delivery of quality cancer care, was given to a select group of 75 accredited cancer programs throughout the United States, approximately 15 percent of programs surveyed by the CoC in 2014.
“These 75 cancer programs…Continue
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Have an Exciting International Experience This Summer Here in Boulder!
Students From Japan Need Volunteer Host Families
This summer 40 Japanese students will visit Boulder! The students, girls aged between 14 – 17 years old, are from Tokyo, Japan and all attend a private school that provides them with this amazing opportunity. This particular program has been coming to this area for over 35…Continue
Added by Katy O'Neill on March 19, 2015 at 2:26pm — No Comments
As discussed in last month’s newsletter, the “New Normal” in our real estate markets is scarce inventory and rising prices. The number of listings for sale is at an all time low. Colorado led the nation in 2014 for home price appreciation with a gain of 8.4% according to the recent year-end numbers from Core Logic.
As 2015 got underway, the market continued to show strength, but is clearly struggling with the lack of inventory. The volume of real estate sold across all Front Range…
Added by Lane Hornung on February 28, 2015 at 12:43pm — No Comments