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Calendar of Events

Workout on the Wild Side
04/01/2014 - 11/30/2014

Scott Carpenter Park

Fitness for Living offers a fresh approach to fitness with it’s outdoor boot camps and power yoga. The boot camps are designed for a wide range of ability and fitness levels, and group dynamics and friendships formed are what make the camps so unique. Each day at boot camp is different and progresses in difficulty. Camp directors develop self-motivating tools to keep campers inspired and to monitor progress. Nutritional guidance, heart-rate based training tips and inspirational emails round out the Boot Camp program. Camps start at $89.

Tebo Train
05/27/2014 - 08/28/2014


12th and Pearl

“All Aboard”! Calling all kiddos…enjoy a ride on the Pearl Street Mall’s Tebo Train! Children ages 10 and under (and accompanying adults) will chug along the beautiful Pearl Street Mall on the only set of wheels permitted “on the bricks”! The Tebo Train boards in front of Wells Fargo Bank at the corner of 12th and Pearl streets. Admission is FREE! Monday-Thursdays, May 27–August 28, 10–11:15 a.m.

Colorado Shakespeare Festival
06/07/2014 - 08/10/2014


Experience classic theatre at its best in the shadow of the majestic Flatiron Mountains. Enjoy gorgeous summer evenings with gourmet picnics, the Shakespeare gardens, The plays this summer are “The Tempest,” “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” “I Hate Hamlet,” “Henry IV: Part 1,” and “Henry IV Part 2.” Bring a date or bring the family. (Kids 5 -12 can come for just $10, and youth 13–17 can come for $20. Kids and youth tickets are available in the Orchestra section only.) Admission: $10-$59.

Dinner and a Movie–Heavyweights

Community Park, Louisville

Dinner starts at 5 p.m., movies start at dusk. Please be courteous and respect the neighbors of the park by not parking illegally or blocking someone’s driveway. Better yet, walk or ride your bike to the park.

07/31/2014 - 08/03/2014


The race will start at the Boulder Reservoir with a single loop 2.4-mile swim. Once finished in the water, the first transition will start the athletes on a beautiful 112-mile one-loop bike course in the city’s vast open space. The bike will loop around Carter Lake and along the eastern plains of the Front Range before ending downtown at Boulder High School. The two-loop run course is almost entirely on Boulder Creek Trail, winding along the creek and through city parks. Spectators will have multiple opportunities to cheer on the athletes and the last few steps of the day will take athletes up Pearl Street for a triumphant finish.