- Tonight, join vocalists Janis Kelly, Amanda Grover and Emily Williams, along with Julian Yeats, King Salim Ajanku and Ben Felson, for a night of globally-infused originals and classic dance favorites from around the world: funk, hip-hop, Salsa, samba, Afro-soul and much more! Also featuring an opening set by “Black Lash,” plus a West African Drum Circle!
- Bring a bottle of wine and a date tomorrow from 6:30-8:30pm and paint a festive holiday platter! Snacks, one-on-one instruction and lots of fun! Cost is $45 plus tax, seats are limited so call today at 303-443-3469 and make your reservation.
5. Switch on the Holidays the Pearl Street Mall
- This Sunday at 5:00 pm, stop by the 1300 block on Pearl for a holiday performance by the Boulder Chorale as Santa counts down to the grand illumination of the Boulder County Courthouse and the Pearl Street Mall. Stick around for free visits with Santa until 7:00 p.m.
- Tomorrow, the 21st annual Backcountry Bash is the CMC’s signature winter event and is fundraising for the CMC’s Backcountry Snowsports Initiative program and conservation work. Come for hors d’oeuvres, silent auctions, American Mountaineering Museum tours, food by Chipotle Mexican Grill, beer provided by Avery Brewing Company, and screenings of awesome ski films!
- Make your Saturday an active one! JumpnNrope Gym is welcoming all levels of athletes and ages to participate in off the wall events (jump rope, running, etc). A day to enjoy with your family and friends.
- Learn something valuable this Sunday. At Fixit Clinic events, people bring all sorts of broken appliances, toys, electronics and work with volunteer coaches to learn hands-on repair skills. Bring on the nerds!
- Start your lessons to becoming a Swing Dance Master this Sunday! Swing out, Jive, Jitterbug- let loose, have fun. 4-week class. Instruction by Tom Masterson & Teri Ward. No experience needed. Singles welcome. Emphasis on leading & following.
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