There is much to do in and around Boulder, you just have to look for it. The University is the backbone of our cultural and educational opportunities buy business leaders and athletes also provide an interesting layer of texture to our community.
In conjunction with Boulder’s 150th year celebration, the Boulder History Museum is hosting a series of lectures by some of Boulder’s most influential citizens. There are only a few dates left and the lineup sounds very interesting.
Tues., March 9 · Tom Cech
Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Distinguished Professor and Director of the Colorado Initiative in Molecular Biotechnology.
Wed., April 7 · Nick and Helen Forster
Musicians, songwriters, actors and hosts of etown, a nationally acclaimed live radio program based in Boulder.
Tues., May 4 · Frank Shorter
Olympic champion, sports commentator and a driving force in the distance running boom that started in the U.S.
All programs are held at the historic Chautauqua Auditorium. Click here for ticket information.