March 2, 2017 by Mark
Residents of Boulder are invited to show some love to its watercourses by participating in the Bolder Creek Cleanup and Cookout.
The activity, which is being hosted by [Read more]
February 3, 2017 by Max
The city of Boulder will once again be bidding Spring a warm welcome with its traditional Tulip Fairy and Elf Festival.
The community’s downtown core will [Read more]
January 16, 2017 by Lisa
Those who want to find out more about the sorts of foods the Boulder area has to offer may wish to mark their calendars for an upcoming culinary event. Its date also makes it an option for a special Valentine’s dinner.
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December 7, 2016 by Mark
Future brides, along with their families and grooms, are invited to an event that will showcase all that the local area has to offer when it comes to wedding planning.
The event, which will be so big that one venue could not accommodate it all, will be held in the historic Boulder Theater and the Rembrandt Yard Art Gallery & Event Center. A variety of wedding experts from around the local area will have displays set up that feature information about their services, and there will also be music to enjoy, an assortment of raffles for items supplied by the vendors, and a drawing for a $500 gift certificate that will can be redeemed at any of the companies taking part.
According to the organizers, the goal is to provide a relaxing and stress-free way for brides and grooms to plan the wedding of their dreams. A printer can supply customized premium business cards to businesses that plan on setting displays up during this type of event. They can be distributed to anyone who stops and asks for more information about their particular product or service.
The Boulder Wedding Showcase will be held on January 29 from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the Rembrandt Yard Art Gallery and Event Center and at the Boulder Theater. More information can also be found on the expo’s website.
November 7, 2016 by James
Boulder foodies may wish to mark their calendars for a special event that has been planned for a local eatery.
Frasca Food and Wine will be hosting its 10th annual White Truffle and Barolo Dinner. The meal, which has been organized to kick off the start of the winter holiday season, will feature white truffles and other foods prepared by Chef Missy Robbins. She has worked at various locations across Italy and now owns her own Brooklyn-based restaurant named Lilia. She was also granted the title of ‘Best New Chef’ by Food and Wine in 2010.
Winemaker Roberto Voerzio will be supplying the beverages for the meal. Just 4,000 cases of wine were produced by his vineyard, which, according to the event’s organizers, has one of the lowest fruit yields in Barolo and makes his wine a prized asset. A stationery printing service will be able to print high-quality copies of the menu and other items for an evening like this.
The White Truffle and Barolo Dinner will be held on December 12 and 13 at Frasca Food and Wine, which is located at 1738 Pearl Street in Boulder. The ticket price, which includes wine, selections from the truffle tasting menu, taxes, and gratuities, is $895 each. Only four guests will be served each evening, so those who wish to participate are advised to purchase their tickets early to avoid disappointment.
More details about the meal can be found on the restaurant’s website.
October 2, 2016 by Sarah
A cooking class is being offered in Boulder that will give those who participate an opportunity to learn how to skip the traditional turkey and prepare a meat-free Thanksgiving meal.
A variety of dishes will be created, ranging from appetizers through the main course and right on to dessert. The students in the session will be taught to use Escoffier methods, which is an updated version of traditional French culinary techniques. Along with the cooking, the participants will have a chance to socialize and have fun with one another in an atmosphere that allows them to nurture their shared interest in cooking.
Some of the recipes that may be included in the afternoon’s instruction include salads, soup, and dishes based around some of the vegetarian staples like green beans, lentils, and nuts. A catalog printing company can be called upon to produce bound copies of the recipes for all those who participate in an event like this.
The ticket price for the cooking class, which will take place on November 19 at the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts, located at 637 S Broadway St. in Boulder, is $99. All are welcome but those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
More information about the Vegetarian Thanksgiving – No Big Deal teaching session is available on its Eventbrite listing.
September 5, 2016 by Lisa
August 2, 2016 by Max
Downtown Boulder will once again ring in the fall season with its Boulder Creek Hometown Festival.
The event will feature something for [Read more]
July 1, 2016 by Max
The Pearl Street Arts Fest is taking place this month over two days. It is a presentation of Downtown Boulder, Inc.
The festival is expected to attract artists from all over [Read more]
June 7, 2016 by Lisa
With the help of the International Space Station, a piece of technology designed by students at the University of Colorado Boulder is on its way towards helping people back on Earth.
The Miniature X-Ray Solar Spectrometer (MinXSS) CubeSat will be [Read more]