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Classical Guitar Ensembles

Free admission, no ticket required

Ensembles vary in size from duos to octets, and we especially emphasize collaboration with singers and other instrumentalists. The course covers music from the Renaissance to the present day.

For ticket questions, please contact the Newman Center Box Office at 303-871-7720.

For all other Lamont questions, please call 303-871-6400.

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Notre Dame Men’s Glee Club In Concert

The University of Notre Dame Men’s Glee Club will appear at Boulder United Methodist Church, 1421 Spruce St. on Thursday, March 14 at 7:30 PM as part of their Spring 2024 Front Range Tour. The concert is free and open to the public; an offering will be taken.

The Glee Club is approaching its 110th anniversary as a campus ensemble. The wide-ranging program will include sacred and secular classical music from the 16th to the 21st centuries by Victoria, Tallis, and others, along with folk songs, arrangements in a variety of American popular styles from jazz to barbershop, Irish music to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and songs of Notre Dame. Don’t miss this uniquely entertaining evening of a cappella music for men’s chorus.

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St. Patty’s Palooza at Punch Bowl Social

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and Punch Bowl Social, is gearing up to deliver an unforgettable bash. From March 15 to March 17, all Punch Bowl Social locations will celebrate the luck o’ the Irish with hand-crafted cocktails featuring Tullamore Dew spirits and a treasure hunt, in addition to the fun and games for which Punch Bowl Social is known.

On Saturday, March 16, all Punch Bowl Social locations will host a “St. Patty’s Palooza” during which partygoers can embark on a treasure hunt, scouring the venue for hidden Pots O’ Gold and winning prizes that include gift cards to use on their next visit. At 2 p.m., the Punch Bowl Social team will invite guests to gather for a Tullamore Toast to add to the excitement. Admission to the St. Patty’s Palooza is free with RSVP. To reserve your spot visit Eventbrite.com/cc/st-pattys-palooza-3109899

What’s Punch Bowl Social without its signature punch bowl? Dive into delicious libations to get the festivities flowing. Enjoy punch, made with Tullamore D.E.W., shots and green beer accompanied by exclusive Tullamore D.E.W. swag all weekend.

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Rewriting the West: Exploring Lineages of Transformation

Join the Center of the American West for presentations from three writers with innovative multimedia projects that challenge our notions of both “writing” and “the west.”
CU professor of English and Chair of the Women and Gender Studies Program, Julie Carr, will present from her 2023 book, Mud, Blood, and Ghosts: Populist, Eugenics, and Spiritualism in the American West, accompanied by a film directed by Carolina Ebeid and music composed by Ben Roberts that evocatively blends archival materials with contemporary imagery.
Distinguished Professor & Director of the American West Center at the University Utah and former Utah Poet Laureate, Paisley Rekdal will delve into her project, West: A Translation, that includes a book and interactive website that “respond to an anonymous Chinese poem carved into the walls of the Angel Island Immigration Station where Chinese migrants to the U.S. were detained during the Chinese Exclusion Act” (from https://www.paisleyrekdal.com/west).
Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Oklahoma and 2023 Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, Lucas Bessire will explore “what it means to inherit the troubled legacies of the past and how we can take responsibility for a more inclusive, sustainable future” (from https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691212647/running-out) based on his 2021 book, Running Out: In Search of Water on the High Plains, which has won numerous awards and was a finalist for the National Book Award.

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National Money Show

It won’t cost a cent to see more than $100 million of historic, rare money including a million-dollar penny, and learn what your old coins and paper money may be worth at the family-friendly National Money Show® in Bartolin Hall at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, March 14-16, 2024. Admission is free. Sponsored by the nonprofit American Numismatic Association, hundreds of dealers will be buying and selling rare coins, paper money, gold, and silver. Many of the experts will provide complimentary, informal evaluations of the public’s collectible coins and currency. Free educational seminars and a children’s treasure trivia game round out the event.

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Douglas County Fair & Rodeo Parade

Celebrate the Fair Parade in downtown Castle Rock, presented by the Castle Rock Chamber in partnership with the Town of Castle Rock. Parade starts on the south end of Town, and flows down Wilcox to 4th, to Perry, and ends at the Castle Rock Fire Department. This event is free to the public.

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Castle Rock Artfest

Delight in the artistic impressions of more than 110 Artists from across the country at this two-day event in Downtown Castle Rock. Castle Rock Artfest is presented by the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce. The Castle Rock community is abundant with public art which ignites creativity and inspires conversation. There is an enormous commitment to the arts where residents realize that the arts are important to preserving culture and quality of life. This two day event is held in downtown Castle Rock at Festival Park. Delight in the artistic impressions of more than 110 Artists from across the country. Continual live main stage entertainment, featuring popular musicians, will provide a complimentary backdrop to this year’s program. Admission is free to this 2 day event.

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Castle Rock Starlighting

Step into a Norman Rockwell scene at Starlighting, an annual traditional community ceremony that includes lighting the star on top of Castle Rock followed by a fireworks display. Festivities include caroling, dancing, visiting with Santa Claus, kids activities, nonprofit booths, food vendors, hot chocolate, and the iconic chili supper at the Firehouse.

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Ghostbusters Fill The Ecto Toy Drive & Nintendo Switch Giveaway

St. Nix is partnering with the High Plains Ghostbusters, Northern Colorado Ghostbusters & Fort Collins Ghostbusters to put on a Fill The Ecto Toy Drive event on Dec 16th From 10am – 2pm. St. Nix will also be doing 20% off their whole store and giving raffle tickets for a Nintendo Switch Light for anyone who purchases or brings a toy to donate at the store from 10am-7pm. This event will benefit Kenzi’s Causes which brings toys to Colorado kids who otherwise may not get anything for Christmas. Bring out a packaged unwrapped toy or purchase one to donate, get your picture with a Ghostbuster & Ghostbuster Santa and get entered into multiple giveaways going on. This Fill The Ecto Toy Drive Happening At St. Nix will only be one day Dec 16th. Dont miss it. (only one raffle ticket per person age 18 or older, Fill the Ecto event is from 10am – 2pm but you have until 7pm on the 16th to either purchase or bring a toy to donate to St. Nix for a ticket into the Nintendo Switch raffle)

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The Rediscovering

Cottonwood Center for the Arts is pleased to present The Rediscovering, work by Shanah Leaf for the month of January.

Her show, The Rediscovering deals with the remembering and reclaiming of things that have been forgotten within one’s self. There is a constant rediscovering we must do within ourselves as we evolve and grow. We rediscover our power, purpose, and inner voice. The mixed media visuals and minority representation in her work deals with human identity and becoming.

We invite you to come experience this installation and enjoy two floors of open studios + galleries this First Friday from 5-8 pm, and all month during normal business hours.

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