Things to Do Near Colliers Hill, November 30 and Beyond!
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Disney on Ice, Scrooge and The Nutcracker!

Two versions of the beloved Dickens classic are options for your weekend activities, plus the Winterfest at Chatauqua, and lots of fun plays, classes and concerts! This weekend take your pick of things to do – holiday and otherwise — at various locations in Erie and nearby Boulder, Louisville, Lafayette and Longmont.

TODAY/TONIGHT, Thursday, November 30

Grab a drink and come get creative with these Thursday Night classes for adults at the Longmont Museum. Learn from instructor Julie Benoit how to use up the odds and ends of yarn and fabric that you may have left over after crafting, and create a lovely, quirky, one-of-a-kind woven wall art piece. Beer, wine, and snacks will be available for purchase in the Atrium Bar. These classes are designed to guide beginners as well as bring new skills to experienced artists and crafters. This season we are highlighting natural materials inspired by our “agriCULTURE” exhibit.

Longmont Museum, 400 Quail Rd., Longmont
6:30 p.m.
Tickets: $12-$18
Info: 303-651-8374

You can tell just from the photo that these opera scenes are going to be a good time! Graduate and undergraduate students will present a diverse program comprised of scenes from Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Contemporary era operas with composers ranging from Claudio Monteverdi to Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer. This free, public event not only showcases brilliant student performances but also gives the audience an in-depth look at how students begin to develop and hone their directing and staging skills. Fully staged with costumes and scenery, come witness the liveliness and seriousness (but not too much) of the standard operatic canon.

From orchestras, bands and choirs to jazz, world music and opera to world-class faculty and guest performances, the CU Boulder College of Music brings hundreds of stunning performances to Boulder audiences throughout the academic year – and most are free and/or pay what you can.

MUSIC THEATRE, N1B95, Imig Music Building, 1020 18th St., Boulder
7:30 p.m.
Pay What You Can Now

In the tiny town of Holly, Alaska, a merry band of community theater players have been keeping the tradition of an annual holiday pageant alive for 119 years. Due to recent cutbacks, the town council has decided this year’s show can’t happen. In a last-ditch effort to save the pageant (and the town itself), the actors pull out all the stops in this heartwarming tale of love, connection, and holiday revelry of the goofiest kind.

Dairy Arts Center, Grace Gamm Theater, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder
7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $15-$38 
Info: 303-440-7826

Phoebe Nix is the group fronted by multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Christopher Robert Clauss. Growing up between Colorado and New Jersey, Christopher launched Phoebe in 2014 in the vibrant Asbury Park music scene of coastal NJ. After being nominated for top new artist by the Asbury Music Awards, Christopher packed his dreams and life into his car and drove them back out to Boulder.

Recently, Phoebe Nix has re-emerged with a whole new group consisting of some of the finest musicians in the front range. The group features Lucas Cosby on keyboards and synthesizers,  Ari Melinger-Cohen on electric bass, and Quinton Nespor on the drum kit, and the occasional horn section. Phoebe Nix blends funk and jazz sensibilities with classic songwriting, and high points of wild improvisation. Some parts indie rock, some parts jazz pop, Nix brings an energetic and captivating performance.

The Fox Theatre, 1135 13th St., Boulder
8:00 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $15

GRAMMY Award-winning artist Aoife O’Donovan operates in a thrilling musical world beyond genre. Deemed “a vocalist of unerring instinct” by the New York Times, she has released three critically-acclaimed and boundary-blurring solo albums including her most recent record, 2022’s boldly orchestrated and literarily crafted Age Of Apathy. Recorded and written over the course of Winter and Spring 2021 with acclaimed producer Joe Henry, Age Of Apathy is “stunning” (Rolling Stone) and “taps into the propulsion of prime Joni Mitchell” (Pitchfork).

Aoife O’Donovan will perform Bruce Springsteen’s album Nebraska solo in its entirety. The New York Times described Aoife’s performance of the album as “saluting Springsteen’s songcraft with clear, pitch-perfect articulation and affable delivery.” The live album is available digitally only via Aoife’s Bandcamp. Aoife will also perform several songs from her catalogue and 3x Grammy nominated album Age of Apathy. These will be the final shows of the Nebraska 2023 tour.
Age of Apathy received 3 nominations at the 2023 GRAMMY Awards including one for Best Folk Album. Folk Alliance International named the song “B61” their 2022 Song Of The Year.

Boulder Theater, 2032 14th St., Boulder
8:00 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $22.50
Phone: 303-786-7030

Thursday-Saturday, November 30-December 2

This charming, song-infused retelling of Little Red Riding Hood finds Little Red at the center of new adventures and new ways of seeing familiar characters. With a wandering wolf, a gardening grandma, singing forest creatures, and characters from other tales joining in, Little Red discovers her own power as a vital doer in her community. Joyous, inspiring, and filled with laughs, the musical captures the warmth of Little Red and her family of smart, engaged females while also welcoming a new friendship between Red and Wolf.

Head back to the forest for this limited return engagement or bring your children to their very first theatre experience and spark a lifetime of wonder!

Tailored for Pre-K through 3rd Grade audiences but welcomes all ages.

Randy Weeks Conservatory Theater, 1101 13th St., Denver
Thurs., 12:00 p.m.; Fri., 10:00 a.m.; Sat., 1:30 & 3:30 p.m.
Tickets: $16-$30

Thursday-Sunday, November 30-December 3

Christmas carol“A Christmas Carol is entertaining, heartwarming and the perfect way to ring in the holiday season! This is the version to see!” – OnStage Colorado

Essential to the holiday season in Denver, A Christmas Carol is a joyous and opulent musical adaptation for the whole family that traces money-hoarding curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge’s triumphant overnight journey to redemption. Based on Charles Dickens’ classic novel, the DCPA Theatre Company’s production is “a splendidly festive tradition” that illuminates the meaning of the holiday season in a way that has resonated for generations.

“Blessedly exhilarating” – Westword
What a treat you are in for! A WOW factor of 10!“Boulder Magazine

The Marvin & Judy Wolf Theater, DCPA, 14th St. & Curtis St., Denver
Thurs./Fri./Sun., 7:00 p.m.; Sat., 2:00 & 5:00 p.m.; Sun., 1:30 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $38

A proposed copper mine pits the preservation of Indigenous holy land against the survival of a rural town. Two young leaders, fighting to save their homes, become bitter political enemies. They also form an unlikely bond. Caught in an iconic battle over the identity of American soil, will these two dreamers be able to help their warring communities find common ground?

Empathy Theatre Project presents its premiere workshop performance of “We’re Still Here,” a new musical co-authored by Mesquakie Tribal Elder Alex Walker Jr. and Playwright and Composer Cordelia Zars. Inspired by true events at Oak Flat, Arizona, this is a powerful and thought-provoking musical about cultural preservation, Indigenous rights, and rural poverty in America.

Dairy Arts Center, Carsen Theater, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder
Thurs.-Sat., 7:00 p.m.; Sun., 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $25-$35 
Info: 303-440-7826

Friday, December 1

The soulful way to feel the spirit of the season is to come to this show. Every year Hazel and the band elevate our hearts and bring us a sense of joy and warmth, so please join us on the first day of December for what has become one of our favorite traditions at the Dairy.

Ms. Miller, an accomplished performer who has been playing in Colorado for almost four decades, was honored on the floor of the Colorado State Senate in March 2023, and on June 10th, 2023, she was inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. She has shared the stage with notable names such as Herbie Hancock, Michael McDonald, Al Green, and Big Head Todd and the Monsters, among others.

Dairy Arts Center, Gordon Gamm Theater, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder
7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $25 
Info: 303-440-7826

High Lonesome puts a new spin on traditional, hard-driving bluegrass with a sound built around good pickin’ and tight two and three-part vocal harmonies. This Colorado Bluegrass band consists of players from all over the US and brings decades of diverse performing experience.

Chatauqua Auditorium, 198 Morning Glory Dr., Boulder
8:00 p.m.
Tickets: $20
Info: 303-440-7666

Friday-Saturday, December 1-2

Step back in time with this smash seasonal celebration hit finds the four gals entertaining at the annual Harper’s Hardware Holiday Party. When Santa turns up missing, the girls use their talent and creative ingenuity to save the holiday party! Featuring great ’60s versions of holiday classics such as “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “Run, Rudolph, Run,” and “Winter Wonderland,” the result is, of course, marvelous! This energetic and glittering holiday package is guaranteed to delight audiences of all ages. WINTER WONDERETTES will keep you smiling in this must-take musical trip down memory lane

Longmont Theater Company, 513 Main St., Longmont
Fri./Sat., 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $32-$33

Friday-Sunday, December 1-2

Looking for heartwarming evening of holiday magic? Then why not visit Jesters for an abbreviated version of Scrooge! The Musical. This enchanting adaptation of Charles Dickens’ beloved novella, “A Christmas Carol,” will transport you to the supernatural journey of Ebenezer Scrooge. Guided by three spirits, Scrooge discovers the true meaning of Christmas as he confronts his past, present, and potential future. Set to a delightful musical score, this captivating production captures the essence of redemption, compassion, and the power of human connection. Bring your family and experience the warmth of holiday spirit as one man’s cold heart is thawed. Don’t miss this unforgettable performance, with or without dinner!

Jesters Theatre, 224 Main St., Longmont
Fri.-Sun., 7:30 p.m.; Sat./Sun., 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $19-$50

Disney On Ice presents Frozen & Encanto transports families into the realms of two of Disney’s most popular films. Watch as Anna, Elsa, and Olaf tell the extraordinary story of sisterhood in Frozen (Act One) before Mirabel, Isabela, Luisa, and Bruno take center stage in Encanto (Act Two). The entire show features high-flying acrobatics and stunning special effects. Hosted by Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, Frozen & Encanto showcases world-class ice skaters and elaborate costuming that brings two of Disney’s most beloved stories to life.  “It was such a beautiful experience. “It’s a must-see — no matter how old you are it will get you dancing and singing!♥️

Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle, Denver
Fri./Sat., 7:00 p.m.; Sat., 11:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m.; Sun., 10:30 a.m., 2:30 & 6:30 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $25

Saturday, December 2

Join exhibiting artist Irene Delka McCray for an artist talk that invites the public to commune and share stories together, while learning more about the conceptual groundings and process behind her moving works. Depicting her mother in the last years of her life, McCray’s paintings blur the line between imaginative portraiture and realism, placing her mother within natural forms as a sense of return to the world upon her passing. Acting as her primary caregiver and sole point of support throughout her mother’s decline due to Alzheimer’s, McCray observed an unfolding and new sense of vulnerability in her mother, a source of inspiration, hope, and new found connection found through processing grief.

This event will take place in the McMahon Gallery, surrounded by McCray’s paintings on view, as a closed-door event to create a space for sharing, learning, growth, and communal joy that can stem from shared experiences. Come with a story you wish to share or with an open mind to witness and listen, and join in a community that upholds aging, wisdom from beyond, and the sources of connection that can grow out of grief and loss.

Dairy Arts Center, McMahon Gallery, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder
2:00 p.m.
Info: 303-440-7826

The “Gentle” Nutcracker is a shortened, specially designed sensory-friendly performance of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker”, which is for neurodiverse individuals, their families, and caregivers. Special care is taken to provide a comfortable, caring environment for all who attend this wonderful performance. For any questions, please contact the LSO office at 303-772-5796! 

Vance Brand Civic Auditorium, 600 E. Mountain View Ave., Longmont
4:00-6:30 p.m.
Tickets: $12

Bandonegro is a world-class European tango ensemble, founded in 2010, one of the most intriguing and recognizable performers of this musical style. They specialize in both the traditional Argentinean tango and tango nuevo, as well as compose their own pieces adding the elements of jazz and classical music. Their incredible passion, ideas for music, fresh sound and unique style that is perfect for dancing have won the hearts of audiences all over the world as they are deemed the best tango orchestra of their generation.

They have presented their music during the tango and jazz festivals all over Poland, in Argentina (Argentina Tango Salon), Germany (Schleswig Holstein Music Festival), Italy (Torino Tango Festival), France (Toulouse Tango Festival), Denmark (Copenhagen Jazz Festival), Sweden (Stockholm Tango Festival), Switzerland (Oster Tango Festival Basel), Finland (World of Tango Festival) and Portugal (Porto Tango Festival).

Dairy Arts Center, Gordon Gamm Theater, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder
7:30 p.m.
Admission: $30-$35
Info: 303-440-7826

What is Wookiefoot? What isn’t Wookiefoot?! Wookiefoot is a band, a Non-Profit 501C3 Charity Organization (, a circus, a philosophy, and a community of globe trekking bliss junkies and believers that are the fuel to keep this Tribadelic Spaceship going! Their charity organization (with the support of their community) has donated over $500,000 to third world relief efforts. Wookiefoot invites their community home every September… when they host and headline their own Global Conscious Gathering called Shangri~La Festival at Harmony Park in Southern MN. Wookiefoot’s live sets are an always inspiring and entertaining barrage of sonic and visual stimulation. 

The fast-paced circus-like set has been called “Short Attention Span Musical Theater”. These live performances are a one-of-a-kind experience that mixes reggae, world beat, hip hop, Irish, funk, folk, rock and more with a large band featuring everything from a vintage Hammond organ to bag pipes! Combine that with a mind-blowing stage show that may include anything (such as a light show, projection, costumes, fire, dancers, aerialists, magic, clowns, puppets, etc.) and you better buckle up!

The Fox Theatre, 1135 13th St., Boulder
8:00 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $22.50

Saturday-Sunday, December 2-3

In 101 Dalmatians, the notorious Cruella de Ville will stop at nothing to get her puppy-fur coat. Can a family of plucky Dalmatians bring her down? This adaptation is 45 minutes long and performed by an acting troupe of 6-10 year olds, The Arts HUB Rising Stars.

This is theater by kids and for kids and appropriate for all ages.

ARTS HUB, 420 Courtney Way, Lafayette
Sat., 3:00 p.m.; Sun., 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $12
Info: 303-229-1127

More than any other ballet, Tchaikovsky’s famous Ballet, The Nutcracker, is about children and the magic of childhood.  The story is about a young girl, Clara, and therefore many of the dancers in the ballet are also children.  For many young people, the enchanting performance of The Nutcracker is their first experience seeing professional dance performance.

The ballet is set on Christmas Eve, when the hero, a nutcracker, comes to life.  The story of this revered ballet is full of excitement and wonder, and the final scene finds Clara waking up to the Christmas Tree with the Nutcracker doll in her arms realizing that it was all a dream. 

Vance Brand Civic Auditorium, 600 E. Mountain View Ave., Longmont
Sat., 4:00 p.m.; Sun., 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $19-$39

Sunday, December 3

Whether you are a lifelong cinephile or just beginning your journey into film appreciation, this course will deeply enrich your viewing experiences and change the way you watch “the movies” forever. While three of the sessions have been held, this weekend’s course begins the Science of Storytelling: Screenwriting, followed by five more sessions regarding the art of filmmaking and watching.

Filmmaker, podcaster, programmer, and historian, Jack Hanley guides you through an entertaining and interactive course on how to get more out of the cinematic experience. From the fascinating history of the medium, through an introduction of the fundamentals, and analysis of the filmic process, participants will become more literate in the language of cinema and deepen their appreciation of how films are constructed- from how they are directed and shot, to how they tell stories, comment on, and reflect our world, to how they develop characters and articulate their stories through the employment of sound and image.

At the conclusion of the course, all will watch, deconstruct, and discuss the groundbreaking, Academy Award-winning film, PARASITE, together as a class to employ your new skills.

Dairy Arts Center, Boedecker Theatre, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder
2:00 p.m.
Admission: $15-$20
Info: 303-440-7826

Next Week: Monday-Tuesday, December 4-5

There isn’t a better way to get into the winter, , festive holiday groove than a concert with Boulder’s own celebrity acappella rock band, FACE! Face is an internationally recognized vocal rock band bringing a new edge and attitude to the presentation of the melodic human voice. With just four singers and a vocal drummer, Face creates a rock-music phenomenon that has to be seen to be believed. No instruments and no special effects -– just five guys. This show will sell out, so get your tickets early.

Boulder Dinner Theatre, 5501 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, CO
5:30 p.m.
Tickets: $75
Info: 303-449-6000, ext. 4

Tuesday, December 5

Join lifelong backpacker, legendary trail angel, and author Barney Scout Mann as he spins tales from his book Journeys North: The Pacific Crest Trail. Journeys North is a compelling and inspiring tale of the grit and perseverance needed to take on the PCT- especially during the once-in-a-generation drought and severe winter storms of 2007- and the strength and value of the relationships that form on trail. Mann weaves together the stories of six hikers; a mash-up of Wild meets The Breakfast Club.

Journeys North was a 2020 Banff Mountain Book Competition Finalist and was featured on NPR’s “Living on Earth.” Mann has been mentioned in the New York Times and called “arguably the Dean of America’s Long-Distance Trails” by National Geographic. He remains incredibly active in the thru-hiking community by hosting thousands of PCT hikers at his San Diego home. He has served as president of the Partnership of the National Trails System, president of the Continental Divide Trail Coalition, and Board Chair of the Pacific Crest Trail Association.

Dairy Arts Center, Carsen Theater, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder
7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $10 suggested donation 
Info: 303-440-7826

Tuesday-Sunday, December 5-10

From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix 500 years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their minds over!  SIX won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “TOTALLY RULES!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

Buell Theatre, Buell Theatre, 1350 Curtis St., Denver
Tues.-Sun., 7:30 p.m.; Sat./Sun., 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $45

Wednesday, December 6

North Carolina alt-country outfit American Aquarium rose to prominence in the late 2000s with a sound that mixed twang, grit, and some straight-ahead rock & roll. With a name plucked from a Wilco lyric, they picked up the trail blazed by bands like Whiskeytown and Drive-By Truckers , adding their own distinctive palette and point of view. Focused around the songs of frontman B.J. Barham, the group had already recorded four records and gone on countless tours before finding more widespread acclaim with 2012’s Burn.Flicker.Die. Over the years, Barham has retooled his lineup a number of times and became more politically outspoken on later releases like 2020’s poetic Lamentations. In 2021, the band offered up a two-volume covers project of ’90s/early-2000s country songs under the title Slappers, Bangers, and Certified Twangers, before returning to their original work with 2022’s Chicamacomico.

The Fox Theatre, 1135 13th St., Boulder
9:00 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $22.50

Thursday-Sunday, December 7-10

Acclaimed retelling of classic film Die Hard from Richard Marsh-Fringe First-winner, London poetry slam champion, BBC Audio Drama Best Scripted Comedy Drama award-winner and New York cop (one of these is untrue). This joyfully funny show heads to the US following rave reviews for its premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe and 2023 UK tour. When gunmen seize an LA skyscraper, off-duty policeman John McClane is the hostages’ only hope. This uplifting action romp (and unauthorized parody) pays affectionate tribute to the iconic 80s festive fan favorite. Essential viewing for Hans Gruber superfans and newcomers alike.

Garner Galleria Theater, DCPA Complex, 14th and Curtis St., Denver
Thurs.-Sun., 7:30 p.m.; Sat./Sun., 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $55

Thursday, December 7

NYC trio Consider the Source defy easy description. If intergalactic beings of pure energy, after initiation into an order of whirling dervishes, built some kind of pan-dimensional booty-shaking engine, powered by psychedelics and abstract math, it’d probably just sound like a CTS tribute band. Drawing from progressive rock, fusion and jazz, with alien sounds soaked in Indian and Middle Eastern styles, CTS blends disparate parts into a striking, utterly original whole. Dubbed “Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Fusion”, the band’s music strikes a rare balance between cerebral and emotional, intellectual and primal. A relentless touring schedule has won the band a fervent following from California to Israel, with fans ranging from jam-band hippies and jazz cats to corpse-painted headbangers and prog geeks.

The Fox Theatre, 1135 13th St., Boulder
8:00 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $20

Thursday-Sunday, December 7-10

Elf logoBased on the beloved movie, Elf Jr. follows the wayward adventures of Buddy the Elf, as he journeys to New York City to find his human father. This adaptation is one hour long, and performed by an 11-16 year-old acting troupe, The Arts HUB Showstoppers. Theater by children and for children — appropriate for all ages.

ARTS HUB, 420 Courtney Way, Lafayette
Thurs.-Sat., 7:00 p.m., Sat./Sun., 2:00 p.m.; Sun., 6:00 p.m.
Tickets: $12
Info: 303-229-1127


Denver Gazette

Back at Boulder’s Dinner Theater for an encore performance: Fiddler on the Roof! This is such a popular musical sometimes tickets get snatched up early and are sold out (like this Saturday and next Sunday!) But there are plenty of other performances available, including on New Year’s Eve!

Set in the little village of Anatevka, the story centers on Tevye, a poor milkman (played by BDT legend Wayne Kennedy), and his five daughters. With the help of a colorful and tight-knit Jewish community, Tevye tries to protect his daughters and instill them with traditional values in the face of changing social mores and the growing anti-Semitism of Czarist Russia. Rich in historical and ethnic detail, Fiddler on the Roof’s universal theme of tradition cuts across barriers of race, class, nationality and religion, leaving audiences crying tears of laughter, joy and sadness.

Boulder Dinner Theatre, 5501 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, CO
Thurs./Fri., 6:00 p.m.; Sun., 12:00 p.m.
Tickets: $75
Info: 303-449-6000, ext. 4

Friday, December 8

Frequent Flyers® Aerial Dance presents Holiday High-Jinks & Aerial Absurdities, a light-hearted poke at the holiday hustle and bustle. Aerial shenanigans on invented apparatus, lively music, A.I. generated experiments, and more for a fun antidote to all the holiday hoohah. Don’t miss the magic of aerial dance on stage as our stunning Professional Company performers take flight!

Dairy Arts Center, Gordon Gamm Theater, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder
7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $26-$30 
Info: 303-440-7826

Saturday, December 9

Evanoff is a guitar driven live-electronic trio hailing from Denver, CO. Defined by a bold live show full of sonic exploration, the band blends soaring melodies and emotive bass lines, making them one of the most versatile and dynamic acts in the ever-evolving electronic music scene. The band’s ability to bridge the gap between the Jam and bass music worlds, has amassed them a cult following that is only getting bigger every tour.

Eminence Ensemble is the Colorado-based sextet that has been steadily building their fan-base through explosive live shows featuring a unique conglomerate of genre-blending compositions. The archipelago of sonic worlds put forth by the band features elements of rock, funk, metal, electronic, soul, and hip-hop that together create an intricate foundation to be decorated by exploratory improvisational jams in a unique way, every show.

Eminence Ensemble has become known for their complex song structures, harmonized dual-guitar lines, heavy bass drops, dense vocal harmonies, and powerful percussion, both on stage and in the studio.

The Fox Theatre, 1135 13th St., Boulder
8:00 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $20

Friday-Sunday, December 8-10

Celebrate the holiday season at Chautauqua with this beloved annual tradition! 
Bring your friends and family and kick off the holidays with a tree-lighting ceremony, horse-drawn carriage ride, Santa’s Cottage, festive craft-making, cookie decorating, a cyber-scavenger hunt with prizes, a historic cottage tour, holiday market, guided hikes and more!

Chatauqua Auditorium, 198 Morning Glory Dr., Boulder
11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $28
Info: (303) 440-7666

Tuesday, December 12

Adam Sandler will bring his outstanding and renowned tour – Adam Sandler Live –  to eleven new cities in 2023. Sandler is poised to deliver his unique brand of comedy and song once again in North America starting February 5th in Chicago, Illinois with stops in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Texas and more.

A successful actor, writer, producer, and musician, Sandler has also performed on stage to live audiences on a sold-out tour across the U.S. and Canada. In 2018, 100% Fresh was released on Netflix which was Sandler’s first comedy special in twenty years and filmed during his last concert tour. In conjunction with Netflix, Warner Bros. Records released the audio companion to Sandler’s critically acclaimed Netflix special.

Beyond his beloved standup, Sandler’s films have grossed over $3 billion worldwide and his films on Netflix have been some of the streamer’s most successful. Sandler’s recent film HUSTLE was a critical and audience favorite.

Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle, Denver
7:30 p.m.
Tickets: Start at $139

Perfect Places and Spaces

Overloolk during ChristmasIsn’t it time you discovered one of the fastest growing master-planned communities in Northern Colorado? Colliers Hill has so many exciting amenities to offer new home buyers! And for things to do — whether five minutes away in Erie, or 20 minutes away in Boulder, there are happenings each and every weekend. If you don’t live here yet, check out the stunning model homes from Richmond American Homes and Boulder Creek. Priced from the $500s.