June 2nd-4th – Colorado Medieval Festival – Loveland

“The Colorado Medieval Festival will be June 2nd, 3rd, and 4th just west of Loveland in The Savage Woods with the landmark of the Devil’s Backbone as a breathtaking backdrop. For the 2nd year we are proud to host official games for the Rocky Mountain Scottish Athletes. The games will be June 3rd and 4th. On Friday, Wendy Woo will be joined by The Stubby Shillelaghs and Shawn Wright and the TRIBE, both of whom will be playing all 3 days of the festival! The musical talents don't stop there. Skean Dubh joins us on Saturday for 2 performances. Speaking of performers... Come see our first ever BATTLE OF THE BARDS! Do you juggle? Do magic tricks? Touch your nose to your toes? How about that new fangled Rock~n~Roll we keep hearing about? What is your talent? Poetry, dance, oratory? We will judge them all!!” More Info & Tickets to the Colorado Medieval Festival

June 3rd – Taste of Louisville – Louisville 

Crowd at Taste of Louisville“An opportunity to taste the 'Quality of Life' in Louisville. Come and enjoy excellent food served by our fine restaurants, craft booths, kids entertainment, and informational booths from local merchants. You won’t want to miss the Louis-Palooza which features local bands performing at the Steinbaugh Pavilion. The Louisville Farmer’s Market will be also be open during the Taste!” More Info on Taste of Louisville

June 8th – Cult Classics & Cocktails: Pulp Fiction – Longmont

“Cult-classics are back at the Longmont Museum! Bring your friends, partake of a signature cocktail specially paired with each film and enjoy! The Museum is also open with extended evening hours (5-9 pm) to stroll through the galleries during Views & Brews — free with your film ticket! Pulp Fiction paired with Kahlua Milkshakes. Rated R. 6 pm: Galleries, bar, and lounge. 7:15 pm: Film. Purchase tickets online using the links below (please note: online ticketing currently only works on desktop and laptop computers, not on mobile), by calling the Museum's box office at 303-651-8374, or at the door.” Get Tickets to Cult Classics & Cocktails: Pulp Fiction

June 13th – Kids Film Series: Good Dinosaur – Longmont 

“Cool off this summer in the air-conditioned Stewart Auditorium with a bag of popcorn in a place where you don’t have to worry if your kiddo cries in the middle of the movie. Your ticket gets you $1 off the hands-on dinosaur exhibition too!” More Info & Tickets to Kids Film Series: Good Dinosaur

June 17th – 1940s WWII Era Ball – Boulder Airport

“The 9th Annual 1940s WWII Era Ball and destination event will transport two-thousand plus guests back to the 1940s through music, costumes, a pin-up girl contest, food, drinks, and dancing. A highlight of the 2017 Ball will be entertainment by the Glenn Mill Orchestra, the most popular and sought after big band in the world today. A USO-style event, the 1940s WWII Ball will also feature musical acts from Frank Sinatra and the Andrews Sisters impersonators, plus comedian Bob Hope. The 2017 Ball will benefit The Colorado 10th Mountain Division, The Commemorative Air Force, and Rocky Mountain Honor Flight.” More Info & Tickets to the 1940s WWII Era Ball

June 25th – Colorado Latino Festival – Longmont

“In partnership with Barrio E’, the Colorado Latino Festival will showcase the City of Longmont, Colorado as one of the most diverse cities in the state, highlighting its Latino diversity, heritage, culture, music, gastronomy, prominent figures, and trends highlighting demographic, social, and economic forecasts. Similar to last year’s festival, we will also offer numerous resources, opportunities, and valuable information from over 100 organizations, an expanded number of food vendors and choices, more than 40 musical and cultural acts and fun and educational activities for all ages, all which are offered for free, and which attracted a record 7,000 visitors to all corners of Colorado and surrounding states. In the upcoming year, Barrio E’ will feature the festival as a main component of The Multicultural Project, a movement aimed at creating diversity and inclusion in communities through coalitions of organizations and through the creation of community multicultural centers.” More Info on the Colorado Latino Festival

 

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