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Fri July 20, 2012
Arts & Culture

KUNC Entertainment Report

Great music, art and theater along Colorado’s Front Range and in the mountains this weekend, and the Daddy of ‘Em All  starts tomorrow.

You can celebrate wild lands, wildflowers and wild life in Colorado’s central mountains, with activities including guided wildflower hikes, town and history walks in Breckenridge, and art and photo workshops, at the Wild About Colorado Plein Air Art & Outdoor Festival at the Carter Pavilion in Breckenridge. Today and tomorrow, starting with an Art Show & Sale.  9am – 8pm today Tomorrow 9-5.  All proceeds benefit the land conservation efforts of Continental Divide Land Trust. 970) 453-1734.

Friday Fest on the plaza in Historic Downtown Greeley- it’s Irish Theme night with "The Stubby Shillelaghs” tonight (7/20)

Marcia Ball heats up the night in historic Louisville tonight Louisville at the Street Faire . Enjoy craft booths, kids activities, great food and more.

Art Night Out in Old Town Lafayette tonight along Public Road with specials and art demonstrations.  Kid and family friendly activities starting at 4pm at Festival Plazas, along with arts and craft booths, balloon artist, face painters, and more --the beer garden opens at 5 and the great salsa of Quemando 7-9:00 pm. 

The Little Theater Of The Rockies presents Master Class tonight and tomorrow night and Next to Normal tomorrow through Monday (7/21-23) at 7:30 at the Norton Theatre on the UNC campus. 970 - 351 – 2200 

Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds have an 8:00 show tonight at the Strings Music Pavilion in Steamboat Springs.

Kerry Grumbacher has a 7:00 show tonight presenting an evening of contemporary folk and western singing and guitar picking at Longmont’s Barbed Wire Books.

Cheyenne Frontier Days blasts from the chute tomorrow morning and continues through the month with concerts, celebrations of our western heritage, a wonderful Western Art Show, a and more… and of course, The Daddy of ‘Em All – the rodeo. 

The School of Ballet Nouveau Colorado’s faculty and adult dance community presents Dance Found. Featuring  the work of eight choreographers from a variety of different styles including, contemporary, hip-hop and classical ballet, this is a great family show.  Tonight and tomorrow at 2pm at Ballet Nouveau Colorado studios in Broomfield

Mandolin Sundays Featuring The Hoagies in a free performance, this Sunday, July 22, 7:00 P.M. at The Wynkoop Brewery & Restaurant in Lodo
 

The Boulder Open Arts Fest blooms tomorrow and Sunday (7/21&22) in downtown Boulder.  Local artists will be joined by artists from around the country (and the world!), providing demonstrations and showcasing their work

Bold Doors 2012, an exhibition of  what collective, creative genius of the Bold Doors artists has transformed gates, cabinet doors, closet doors, etc., into lasting works of art... at boulder’s Pearl street mall, 29th Street, Ideal Market and more till August 2nd 303-402-0613.

Upcoming Events-

Wednesday July 25th Southern Exposure and Giddup Kitty at the Heritage Center in Lakewood. The gates open at 6 and we play from 630-7pm. Check out their website for further information.

Next Thursday starting at 4pm, support Boulder County’s only Non-profit Nature Center at the Second Annual Wildflower Gala at the Stage Stop in Rollinsville.  Enjoy a naturalist led wildflower hike, live music by The Railsplitters, Bonnie and the Clydes, and Dave Williams and Friends, a silent auction with fabulous items, and a prize for the best interpretation of “wildflower gala attire.”

Next weekend it is the 34th Annual Arts Picnic in Historic Greeley’s Lincoln Park  next Saturday & Sunday 7/28& 29), 9:00AM-5:00PM  9-4 A wonderful gathering of artists & crafters, food booths, a beer garden, live music, and children's entertainment! A great day for the whold family.

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