Introduction to Meditation and Art Journaling is just one of the many Adult Education classes offered at Foothills Art Center (FAC). Instructor: JaiMa will meet with students of all levels on Sunday: February 14th, 21st, 28th and March 6th from 1pm- 3pm. This class is open to all levels of skill. Photo: JMason-Aagya Chakra. www.foothillsartcenter.org
The Men Who Quilt Trunk Show is this Sunday’s event at the Museum. Meet Davin Frey, Bob Bosscher, and John Hermann, three of the exhibitors in Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum’s thirteenth biennial men’s exhibit No Girls Allowed! Who are they and why have they chosen to express themselves through quilting? Here’s a chance to find out everything about men who quilt. Each will have more quilts to show and share.
Join the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum for these fascinating afternoons! $10/person includes museum admission and refreshments. RMQM members admitted free. Doors open at 11am. Programs begin at 2pm.
Live music Saturday & Sunday nights at Wrigley’s Chicago Bar & Grill. Wrigley’s has Chicago style food and a friendly crowd. They also have a spacious patio for a place to sit back, sip a cocktail and enjoy the live music. Check out their musical calendar!
- Sept. 11 – Dave Frisk | 5:00 – 9:00 pm
- Sept. 12 – Boomers | 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
- Sept. 13: – Trip Wire | 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Golden Moon Speak has live music every week. Check out their musical line up this week! Golden Moon Speak is a speakeasy style tasting room and cocktail lounge for Golden Distillery. Please note: Thursday live musical performances will run from 7 – 10 pm and Friday and Saturday from 8 – 11 pm.
This week’s music!
- Friday: Chance Trio 8-11
- Saturday: Rastasaurus 8-10:30
Free Trivia nights at Woody’s Wood Fired Pizza. Open to all and free to play. Get a team together and come play free trivia! The fun starts at 9pm on Sunday and Wednesday nights.
The Colorado School of Mines Library holds an annual Book Sale each February during President’s Day week. The majority of items are scientific/technical, and include books, maps, reports, and government publications.
Most of the items at the Book Sale are the result of donations. Donated items are evaluated against the needs of the collection; surplus and duplicate items go to the Book Sale. Proceeds support the Library and its staff.