An Opera Cabaret: Le French Affaire
Boulder Opera Company presents an evening of French romantic opera with a cabaret theme.
Inspired by the drama of love and passion, the program “Le French Affaire” is a special arrangement of arias, duets and trios from the French Romantic period, brought to life by Boulder Opera mezzo-sopranos Elizabeth Hayes and Dianela Acosta and soprano Phoenix Gayles. Collaborative pianist Jordan Ortman provides accompaniment. Cafe Supper Club will offer an excellent and affordable bistro dinner, great craft beer on tap and international wines by the glass; 6 p.m., Caffe Solè, 637 S. Broadway St., Boulder; $15, caffesole.com.
Free Bird Walk to Boulder Creek — Join the Front Range Birding Company for a bird walk along the Boulder Creek path near the CU Boulder East Campus; 7:30 a.m., Front Range Birding Company, 5360 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder; free; 303-979-2475, facebook.com/events/2318123168218875.
Walk with a Doc— Join Boulder Community Health and the City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department to walk with a doc and take steps toward better health; 8 a.m., Harlow Platts Park, 1360 Gillaspie Drive, Boulder; free; 303-618-2838, bch.org/walkwithadoc.
Travel Tips for Italy— Whether you are interested in the arts, shopping, hiking or just relaxing, you will learn all you need to create your own itinerary for a trip to Italy. Get tips on finding inexpensive accommodations, discover unique regional foods and find the Italian National Parks and the best beaches. Bring your questions for expert answers; 9 a.m., Platt Middle School, 6096 Baseline Road, Boulder; $69; 720-561-5968, bvsd.org/lll.
Boulder Magic Show— Following three sold-out shows in a row, Braden Carlisle continues to curate the best magic. With styles ranging from mentalism to comedy, he will leave you laughing harder than you thought possible at a magic show. He will be joined by two other performers for these shows; 3 p.m., Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; $15-$20; 303-440-7826, thedairy.org/Online/MagicShowcase.
Scout Tee Class— The Scout Tee is a woven shirt pattern with capped sleeves and a scoop neck. Fitted at the shoulders, this top falls into a loose shape below the bust. Sewing techniques involved include straight seams, bias binding, setting sleeves and hemming. Suitable for ages 12 and up with some experience; 10 a.m., Fabricate, 2017 17th St., Boulder; $45; fabricateboulder.com/event/scout-tee-class.
Front Range Anglers Introduction to Fly Fishing Class — The purpose of this introductory course is to provide a beginner with the most basic look at the world of fly fishing. This class is for the “never ever:” 9 a.m. Sunday, Front Range Anglers, 2344 Pearl St., Boulder; $80; 303-494-1375, frontrangeanglers.com.
Sunday Open House at Boulder Shambhala Center — Join for an open house including meditation instruction, a guided tour of the historic building and an introduction the Shambhala community. Includes discussion, questions and a light reception. No need to register—drop in; 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Boulder Shambhala Center, 1345 Spruce St., Boulder; free; 303-444-0190, boulder.shambhala.org/getting-started/weekly-classes.
Weekend Coffee Shop Jazz Jam — Live jazz performance every weekend. Musicians welcome to join in; noon Sunday, Vic’s Espresso, 3305 30th St., Boulder; free; 303-440-2918, vicscoffeeshop.com/events.
Adult Coloring — Grab some friends to enjoy a Sunday afternoon in the tasting room. Each and every Sunday, choose a coloring sheet from an adult coloring book, use provided pencils and enjoy a glass of our Colorado Wine. $12 gets you a glass of wine, your choice of coloring sheets and pencils to work with; 1 p.m. Sunday, Settembre Cellars Winery and Tasting Room, 1501 Lee Hill #16, Boulder; $12-$17; 303-532-1892, secure.settembrecellars.com/event/adult-coloring-50.
International Festival at CU Boulder— The CU International Festival is the largest student-organized event on campus and is free and open to public. The event won “Cultural Event of the Year” in 2018. The festival gives you an opportunity to share your culture, traditions and heritage with the greater Boulder community. At the festival each country/region can do this by showcasing their culture with booths, performances, food samples and interactive cultural activities; 3 p.m. Sunday, University Memorial Center, 1669 Euclid Ave., Boulder; meetup.com/Colorado-International-Cultural-Experiences/events/257683624.
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