Archive for June, 2011

4th of July Recipe- Spangled Sandwich Pops

 

Spangled Sandwich Pops  

 

 

 

Hands-on Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Serves: 1 per sandwich

 
Ingredients
  • Mini ice-cream sandwiches
  • Sprinkles or nonpareils
  • Colorful cupcake liners
 
Instructions
  1. First, skewer mini ice-cream sandwiches on popsicle sticks.
  2. Then, press the exposed filling into a plate of sprinkles or nonpareils.
  3. To keep mess to a minimum, serve the pops in colorful cupcake liners.
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Fiske Planetarium / Sommer Bausch Observatory

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Expand your horizons. Travel the solar system. Search for distant worlds. Try a different kind of entertainment and enjoy a laser show set to the tunes of Pink Floyd, the Beatles, Bob Marley, the Dave Matthews Band or an All Request show, where the audience chooses the play list. Take a class, learn about the formation of our solar system, galaxies, black holes and even extra-terrestrials. Classes, observation sessions, and laser shows take place on Friday evenings, Saturdays and select Tuesdays. The Observatory is open for telescope viewing on most Friday evenings, depending on weather.

Colorado Music Festival

June 27 – August 5, 2011

  • Location: Chautauqua Auditorium
  • Phone: 303-449-1397

Maestro Michael Christie and the Colorado Music Festival presents a star-studded line up for the 35th concert season featuring the artistry of several celebrated soloists including the renowned jazz pianist Marcus Roberts; Grammy Award-winning mezzo-soprano Kelley O’Connor; violinists Karen Gomyo, Henning Kraggerud, Chad Hoopes, and James Ehnes; the return of the acclaimed ensemble Time for Three; and more. The spectacular summer season also emphasizes “something for everyone,” with programs that include a five-concert violin mini-festival; “Ansel Adams: America” composed by Chris and Dave Brubeck; a Festival-commissioned world premiere by Patrick Zimmerli; the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s multi-media Beyond the Score®; Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony with the Colorado premiere of Marcel Tyberg’s two movement completion to Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony, and much more!

Boulder Festival of the Arts on 29th Street

June 26, 2011

Sunday 10AM – 6PM
Free Admission
 29th Street in Boulder, CO.

We are escaping the mid summer heat and moving this now annual event one month earlier!

We are very excited to return to this great street art festival at the 29th Street in Boulder, CO. Boulder is an artsy, eclectic haven located in the foothills of Denver, just 30 miles North West of Denver. Boulder nurtures the mind, the body, and spirit. 29th Street is located in the middle of this pristine setting.

This special property 29th Street serves a trade area of 440,000 affluent residents. Boulder is both affluent and highly educated. 29th Street is an upscale shopping district. It is trendy, chic, and draws the most affluent shopper in Boulder. 29th Street is at Highway 36 between Arapahoe and Pearl Street close to Downtown Boulder.

Boulder Farmers Market

Farmers’ Market Season:
Saturdays –

First Sat. in April – third Sat. in Nov.,  8 a.m to 2 p.m.
Wednesdays –

First Wed. in May – First Wed in Oct.,  4 p.m to 8 p.m.

Our beautiful location on 13th Street between Arapahoe and Canyon, is next to Central Park in downtown Boulder. You can walk, ride your bike, take the bus or drive your car to visit us. 

Two Nine North will be passing out refreshments at the farmers market today.

Eat Pizza today and help a great cause – Grand Opening

Zpizza’s Grand Opening Event on the Twenty Nineth Street Mall

                        June 24, 2011

11 am to 1 pm – $1.00 slices offered; all proceeds help the Humane Society of Boulder Valley
All day – 20 percent of sales donated to Humane Society of Boulder Valley

Zpizza Boulder will officially commemorate its grand opening with local residents, families and Mayor Susan M. Osborne by celebrating Zpizza’s menu of offerings including artisan pizzas, rusticas, pastas, calzone, sandwiches and salads.

1710 29th Street
Boulder,  CO  80301 (303) 444-0722

Tonight only at the Dairy Center for The Arts

Stephen Sondheim’s Company New York Philharmonic

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Date:  Thursday June 23, 2011
Location: Dairy Center For The Arts

2590 Walnut St, Boulder, CO 80302
Telephone: (303) 440-7826

Neil Patrick Harris leads an all-star cast including Patti Lupone, Stephen Colbert, Jon Cryer and Martha Plimpton. Company was originally produced in 1970, ran for 705 performances and was nominated for 14 Tonys, winning 6, including Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Lyrics.

The Dairy is Boulder’s only community arts center, fetauring weekly performances and classes in all form of art, music, and dance.

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