• Grab, Sip and Sew at Discovery Tap House

    Discovery Tap House

    What to expect... Well if you can sew perfectly or have never touched a machine, this is the event for you. This group is all about making sewing social. making something together and enjoying the company of others while you sew side by side. Its about sharing a hobby or creating a new one. This meet up is just about bringing people together in another way with a fun laid back environment and a beer or 2. This event you will be working only on Sergers. I supply them all. I know they can look intimidating but trust me on this.. I got you. They are easier then a sewing machine and I will show you how. I have taught so many people how to serge. So far Everyone has fallen in love with their sergers and let their sewing machines start collecting dust. Ha Ha Ha. Reserve your spot at www.LilikoiFashions.com. If you have never tried Colorado Native beer now is the day! I am offering you 1 free Colorado Native with registration and participation. I don't want cost to go out to detour anyone from attending this event. 5 Easy steps *COST OF TICKET IS CREDITED TOWARDS YOUR FIRST ITEM* 1. Pick your beer 2. You pick what you want to make (precut and ready to sew Hats, Socks, Neck gators,Scrunchies,Headbands or a bag) Prices vary on items chosen from 10.00 to 25.00. 3. Pick your spot/ machine 4. Drink beer and sew pattern while I guide you along as needed 5. Finish Beer/s. Finish Project and Enjoy fun of making something yourself. COMPLETE AND REPEAT steps as many times as you desire. ANYONE can do it. All to NO experience are required (SMILE) Message me with any questions and see you there! Space is limited, purchase your spot today. If you have any questions please contact Sonya Rodrigues at[masked] www.LilikoiFashions.com Come join the sewing fun.

  • Free Workshop: How to Live Your Best Single Life

    Full Moon Books & Event Center

    This is a free event with Jennifer Fields. Seating is limited to 50 attendees in the Full Moon Books event room. Note: This event is posted on multiple meetup groups and there is often a waitlist. So, if you sign up please show up or be courteous and change your RSVP far enough in advance (At least several hours) so people on the waitlist can attend. Being single today. For some it’s a season they hope will end soon. For others, it’s an intentional way of life. Regardless of the reason, more and more people today are living single. According to a 2017 U.S. Census Bureau report 45% of all U.S. adults were unmarried. Yet, those living single continue to run into challenges living in a world that seems to remain focused on guiding everyone to get coupled up. In this workshop, we’ll look at living life as a single, and discuss ways in which you can live your best single life, such as developing a successful single mindset, creating meaningful relationships and community, designing a life on purpose, and more. Jennifer Fields is the creator of Rise Life Strategies. She helps single men and women thrive in their solo lives. She believes your single life can be a gift if you allow it to be, and is excited to share her tips for raising your confidence, finding your happy, and owning your solo life. She often times calls herself the Solos’ Life Coach. Jennifer lives happily single in Denver, Colorado. www.riselifestrategies.com Parking is free in the lot. Additional parking is available to the left of Full Moon Books behind the stores.

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  • Mingle and Dance to Beats on the Creek @ Coohills

    Time to get outside and dance under the skies and on the Bridge. Join us at Coohills’ Beats on the Creek, a summer concert series featuring diverse music every Tuesday beginning July 9th and ending August 6th. This is a unique, outdoor environment, on a bridge over Cherry Creek in Lodo. Admission to the event is free. JUL 9 - Mr. Majestyk's 8-Track Revival JUL 16 - The Merger JUL 23 - Under a Blood Red Sky AUG 6 - The Long Run Bar and Patio open at 3:00 pm; Bridge opens at 6:00 p.m.; Music begins at 6:30 p.m. Food, wine and cocktails will be available for purchase on the bridge. The building features secured, covered parking for $5 after 5 p.m. (please note: if you park before 5 p.m. you will be charged the hourly rate). Self parking is found by turning off either Wynkoop, or Wewatta, where the Public Parking signs are found. Signs in the garage lead you to the restaurant.

  • Happy Hour-Views at the Muse @ Museum of Boulder Rooftop ($10 Exhibit Entry Fee)

    Let's start weekend off right at the Museum! Come visit current exhibits and then socialize and enjoy the view from the top of the Museum with food and drinks. 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Beverages + food for purchase courtesy of Volcan Azul Catering + Cocktail Caravan Live music and dance performances by the following local groups: June 14 | TBD July 12 | Samba Colorado August 9 | TBD General Admission $8-10 – rates here, Free for Museum members Museum of Boulder, 2205 Broadway, Boulder, CO[masked] www.museumofboulder.org

  • Patio Happy Hour with Live Music at Wrigley's

    Wrigley's Chicago Sports Bar & Grill

    Wrigley’s bar had a summer kickoff on May 17th. Everybody got the word except for Mother Nature. She couldn’t be reached and rained on the summer kickoff parade. So, we’re having a do-over. Summer kickoff part duex at Wrigley’s this Friday. The forecast is for partly spectacular with a chance of awesome! If you haven’t been to Wrigley’s they have an incredibly comfortable and large outdoor deck, great views of the city and the mountains, and unforgettable pizza. They have happy hour specials and live music just for us. Happy Hour and Music start at 5:00 and go until 9:00. You can chill or get up and dance. Either way, it will be a fun time. There will be meetup tables reserved in advance with signs and name tags. If you are a first timer, the tables are a good place to hang out and meet some new friends. There are a handful of meetup groups participating and we’re expecting a nice sized crowd. Parking is free. When the lot fills up, there is an open lot across the street where you can park. Carpooling might help the parking situation as we’re expecting a good crowd. We hope everyone has a great time. See you there!

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  • Silver Dollar-Murray Lake Trail + Lunch @ Coopers in Georgetown

    Silver Dollar Lake and Murray Lake Trail is an out and back trail located near Guanella Pass and is rated as moderate. LUNCH: Cooper's on the Creek, 1500 Argentine St, Georgetown CO[masked] An exciting new eatery located in the picturesque village of Georgetown, CO. Owners Ryan and Amanda Cooper capture the pioneer sprint of the area history through mining inspired vintage decor and a menu of small and large plates with emphasis on wild game and elevated comfort food. Guests are sure to enjoy fine colorado craft beers on tap, an eclectic list of wines by the glass and thoughtful cocktails on a beautiful deck overlooking Clear Creek. https://www.coopersonthecreek.com/ https://www.yelp.com/biz/coopers-on-the-creek-georgetown CARPOOLING: Meet at the Wooly Mammoth lot by 9:15AM, Section DD. TRAIL NOTES: Half of the trail is above treeline. The first 0.6 miles steadily climbs through a forest of fir trees and the occasional creek crossing that opens to an alpine valley for the next one mile before hitting Silver Dollar Lake. The trail continues steeply uphill for about 0.5 miles to Murray Lake providing fantastic views of the surrounding peaks. You can continue another 0.25 miles around the south side of Murray to trek up the large rock for even better views. Snow is present year-round in sections. https://www.hikingproject.com/trail/7032812/silver-dollar-lake-trail-79 https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/colorado/silver-dollar-lake-ad-murray-lake-trail http://www.protrails.com/trail/560/summit-county-eagle-county-clear-creek-county-silver-dollar-lake https://funcoloradohikes.com/silver_dollar_lake.html Start-End Elevation: 11,235' - 11,950' (11,967' max elevation) Elevation Change: +715' net elevation gain Skill Level: Moderate Dogs Allowed: Yes Directions to Trailhead: South of Evergreen on Highway 73, take Brook Forest Road for three miles. To access the upper trailhead, continue to Black Mountain Road, turn left and drive another one and a quarter mile. IMPORTANT! YOUR RSVP AND ATTENDANCE RELEASES ANY LIABILITY WITH THE ORGANIZERS OF THIS GROUP. PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITIES This is a voluntary group, and as such, organizers and event hosts are not professional guides. When you participate in an event, you do so at your own risk and are responsible for your own personal safety, the safety of your guests (and safety of your dogs, should they be allowed- check the rules of the park). Please try to use common sense and know your physical limits. Be smart about this. We want everyone to have a safe, enjoyable time. Weather changes quickly and mud can be abundant! Please come prepared with appropriate hiking clothing, boots-shoes, hiking poles, microspikes, snowshoes, backpack, snacks, and plenty of water. Make sure you have in your pack in case you need it - rain/snow gear, hat, gloves, extra socks, and extra layers, etc. Make it the best experience possible by being prepared! Although we get together afterwards at an establishment that typically serves alcohol, we are not responsible for you taking risks with alcohol consumption and driving. People that drive carpools should especially keep this in mind as you are obviously responsible for other people besides yourself and should make sure your insurance covers non-family members.

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  • Free Workshop: How To Be Your Most Lovable Self & Attract Love Easily

    Alfalfa's Market Louisville

    This is a free workshop with Suzanne Muller-Heinz. Seating is limited to 75 attendees in the Alfalfa's Louisville Community Room. Note: These events are posted on multiple meetup groups and there is often a waitlist. So, if you sign up please show up or be courteous and change your RSVP far enough in advance (At least 3 hours) so people on the waitlist can attend. Feel free to show up early and eat in the cafe. Please do not bring food items into the workshop space. Drinks are okay. The Community Room is on the 2nd floor. The stairway is at the back right rear corner of the store near the restrooms. An elevator is also available. You might want to bring pen and paper to take notes. Most people are looking and searching for love, however, that is hard work and exhausting. Being more lovable is the art and access to attracting love right to you. In this workshop, we’ll discuss four ways that you can be your most lovable self and exude the energy all around you to simply and easily attract love. Suzanne Muller-Heinz is the owner of Loveablize. She is masterful at being lovable and showing others how to attract the love of their life. She is excited to share with you some of her best practices to do this for yourself! She is Dating & Love Life Coach, Speaker, and Author of the book Loveable. www.loveablize.com

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  • Mingle and Dance to Beats on the Creek @ Coohills

    Time to get outside and dance under the skies and on the Bridge. Join us at Coohills’ Beats on the Creek, a summer concert series featuring diverse music every Tuesday beginning July 9th and ending August 6th. This is a unique, outdoor environment, on a bridge over Cherry Creek in Lodo. Admission to the event is free. JUL 9 - Mr. Majestyk's 8-Track Revival JUL 16 - The Merger JUL 23 - Under a Blood Red Sky AUG 6 - The Long Run Bar and Patio open at 3:00 pm; Bridge opens at 6:00 p.m.; Music begins at 6:30 p.m. Food, wine and cocktails will be available for purchase on the bridge. The building features secured, covered parking for $5 after 5 p.m. (please note: if you park before 5 p.m. you will be charged the hourly rate). Self parking is found by turning off either Wynkoop, or Wewatta, where the Public Parking signs are found. Signs in the garage lead you to the restaurant.

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  • Singles Speak Discussion: Single in Society

    Whole Foods Market

    Being single in society today. Is it complicated, frustrating, or an ideal lifestyle? In August 2017, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that 45.2% of all U.S. residents age 18 + were unmarried. In 2016, 53.2% of unmarried U.S. residents were women; 46.8 % were men. Let's get together and share some thoughts on living life single. This discussion will be facilitated with the intention of creating a welcoming space where all are invited to share, be open to new perspectives, embrace their sense of humor, and grow. Some questions to guide our discussion: According to a 2010 Pew Research Report, 25% of participants surveyed said, “No.” when asked if they wanted to get married. Another 29% were unsure. And, among those who were single, but married in the past, 46% surveyed that they were choosing to stay single. Are you choosing to live life single, or did the single life choose you? What do you enjoy about living your life single? What are the challenges of living single? Is the word "single" a loaded adjective; does it bring with it certain connotations? Do you prefer another term like solo or independent? Are you confident living single in society? Has living single changed your perspective on relationships? In what ways has living single allowed you to grow? What have you enjoyed about being single? Do friends, family, colleagues embrace your solo life? Singlism refers to the stereotyping, stigmatizing, and discrimination against single people. Have you experienced singlism? Do you feel that you own your single life, or that your single life is owning you? What does self-care look like for you? Do you believe you have a strong sense of who you are? Is there anything you wish society knew about single people? We'll meet on the 2nd Floor of the Whole Foods Market cafe in Glendale to talk, eat, drink coffee/juice and have an interesting conversation. This will be a great opportunity to share, listen and socialize in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. They have a great buffet area if you want breakfast and a coffee/juice bar. Note: This event is posted on multiple meetup groups. If you sign up please show up or be courteous and change your RSVP far enough in advance (At least 3 hours) so people on the waitlist can attend. Stairs are at the northeast corner at the very front of the store. The elevator to the 2nd floor is on the west side of the store under the “Cream of the Crop” sign. Exit the elevator at Level 2 and take a left, then a right at The Wellness Center sign and you will see the tables. We can split into smaller discussion groups if the turnout is large.

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