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Block 1750 Celebrates Five Year Anniversary, Brings Murmuration Back to Chautauqua Auditorium June 22nd

Boulder, CO. - June 16th, 2019Block 1750, a dance-based cultural center located in downtown Boulder, Colorado, will be hosting its annual event, Murmuration, in conjunction with celebrating five…Continue

Started by Isaac Lutz in Boulder, CO yesterday.

Free Day at WOW! Children's Museum

Lafayette, Colorado – WOW! Children’s Museum (World of Wonder) is pleased…Continue

Tags: Lafayette, families, Hospital, Colorado, Museum

Started by WOW! Children's Museum in Lafayette, CO May 17.

WOW! on Tap Fundraiser

Lafayette, Colorado – Come play like a kid again and enjoy tastes of the…Continue

Tags: Lafayette, sponsors, food, beer, WOW!

Started by WOW! Children's Museum in Lafayette, CO May 2.

ILLEGAL PETE’S AND SCHOOL LAUNCH CLICKERS FOR QUESO

April 23, 2019 — Boulder based strategy and creative consultancy — School — announces a partnership with famed-burrito chain Illegal Pete’s aimed to help build schools around the globe. The two…Continue

Tags: of, university, buffs, seniors, graduation

Started by Ben Rindels in Boulder, CO Apr 24.

Charlie's Guys - A Bereaved Children's Nonprofit

Charlie's Guys is organized exclusively for children 18 years and younger across the country who have lost a sibling in any way.   Our mission is to remind children who have lost a brother or a…Continue

Tags: grief, journey, sibling, bereaved, loss

Started by Kjerstin Davies in Boulder, CO Apr 16.

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College student companionship with seniors

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My name is Mary, and I've lived in Longmont my whole life. I just returned to CO after my first year of school at Stanford. This year at Stanford, I joined a group called Mon Ami - a college student companionship service for seniors. As a companion, I would spend time with a lovely woman named Doris who lived in an assisted living facility. Although Doris had around-the-clock care, social engagement and quality 1 on 1 time usually fell through the cracks. So…

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Posted by Mary Gillett on June 13, 2019 at 11:18am

Fixing a Rock Chip: The Importance of Windshield Repair

Imagine you’re driving along your favorite country road when your unsuspecting windshield is assaulted by a stray pebble.  Your windshield is left with a pesky stone chip etched in its glass. This scenario is a common one, with an often-simple solution, windshield repair.  Depending on the type of damage and the extent of the damage incurred, windshield repair may be a cost saving solution to total repair.…

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Posted by Kevin Gomez on April 26, 2019 at 8:58am

The Mission Behind Charlie's Guys - Bereaved Children's Nonprofit

Charlie's Guys is organized exclusively for children 18 years and younger across the country who have lost a sibling in any way.  Our mission is to remind children who have lost a brother or a sister that they are loved and not forgotten. We aim to provide these individuals with something special - a new experience or a gift - that meets their needs/wants. We hope to provide them with lasting, positive memory to help them throughout their grief journey. …

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Posted by Kjerstin Davies on April 16, 2019 at 4:30pm

Charlie's Guys - Anniversary of the One Year Launch

On May 15 we celebrate the one year anniversary of launching Charlie's Guys. This organization was created through the strength of community. To honor the one year anniversary of its launch, we want to bring together our community. 

Leading up to our anniversary, we will feature stories from families affected by child and sibling loss. To participate, email us (charliesguys@gmail.com) your story along with a picture -OR- post your story and photo to your…

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Posted by Kjerstin Davies on April 16, 2019 at 4:30pm

Charlie's Guys - The Story

The summer of 2017 was idyllic. We had everything they could have dreamed of - a happy marriage, a beautiful home in Boulder, Colorado, two adorable sons ages 3.5 and almost 2, and a daughter on the way. We had spent most of the summer poolside in Boulder and beach-bound in Newport Beach, California and Hawaii. Our boys loved to play transformers, and Charlie, our youngest son, would point to airplanes and helicopters in the sky shouting, “the guys!” - an…

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Posted by Kjerstin Davies on April 16, 2019 at 4:00pm

 
 
 

 

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Block 1750 Celebrates Five Year Anniversary, Brings Murmuration Back to Chautauqua Auditorium June 22nd

Boulder, CO. - June 16th, 2019Block 1750, a dance-based cultural center located in downtown Boulder, Colorado, will be hosting its annual event, Murmuration, in conjunction with celebrating five years since opening its doors to the public.Block 1750, also known as The Block, is an incredible example of the power of Boulder's community and youth to turn big dreams into reality. The Block is unique in Boulder's business scene in that it is an organization that was built from the ground up, for…See More
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Murmuration at Chautauqua Auditorium

June 22, 2019 from 7:30pm to 10pm
Murmuration 2019 brings a new cast of artists to the stage for an evening of live music and dance, where over forty-five artists will share a journey told through a variety of styles including: Bboying, Popping, Krump, Hip Hop, Contemporary, and more. The story follows a crew of five characters as they struggle to overcome their individual trials and hardships while sticking together as their world starts to twist and turn into the dark unknown.See More
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Picture taken from Panorama Point at Boulder
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Viele Lake June

The June solstice is almost a week away, but everything is looking very summery at Viele Lake in South Boulder.
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Me and Doris during one of our visits!https://www.monami.io/
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College student companionship with seniors

Hi all,My name is Mary, and I've lived in Longmont my whole life. I just returned to CO after my first year of school at Stanford. This year at Stanford, I joined a group called Mon Ami - a college student companionship service for seniors. As a companion, I would spend time with a lovely woman named Doris who lived in an assisted living facility. Although Doris had around-the-clock care, social engagement and quality 1 on 1 time usually fell through the cracks. So my role was simply to be…See More
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Spiritual Forum: Fierce Love and Radical Vulnerability at Center for Spiritual Living Boulder Valley

June 20, 2019 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Humanity faces a profound reckoning, a collective rite of passage that is calling forth our deepest capacities for fierce love and radical vulnerability. The good news is we were born for this moment!  We’ve prepared—read the books, heard the sermons, worked on ourselves—and we are ready for the “on the job” training before us! Join transformation guide Scott Brown for an exploration of the ground of clarity, courage, and compassion, where all illusions of separation are burned in a radically…See More
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Sledders

Sledding at Chautauqua Park, circa 1969.First flatiron and Saddle rock in background.Professor Paul M. Levitt (sitting), taught English at CU for 50 years. With son Daniel, about 8 years old. Note the knee pads and galoshes for serious sledding.
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