Exhibit explores 100 years at Boulder Community Health and other Boulder events for today – Boulder Daily Camera
100 years of community health in Boulder: The latest exhibit at the Boulder Museum marks the 100th anniversary of Boulder Community Health. Celebrating BCH’s contributions to the community, the exhibition highlights the organization’s history, partnerships and innovations. Explore medical procedures from the 1920s through the pandemic response of 2020; 9 a.m., Boulder Museum, 2205 Broadway, Boulder; $8 to $10; museumofboulder.org.
Hawaiian hula lessons: Open to those with beginner and intermediate skills, learn the art of hula with a seasoned teacher; 6:30 p.m., Boulder Ballet Studio 3 at the Dairy Arts Center, 2790 29th St., Boulder; $20 to $75; 720-771-9772.
Campus Green Tour: Did you know that CU Boulder is one of the most sustainable campuses in the country? Come take a walking tour through pollinator gardens, bike stations, solar panels, see the on-campus recycling facility and more. Guided tours in small groups offered daily; 5, meet at the Environmental Center, UMC 355, Boulder; Registration required: forms.gle/aYtUMc5STN1WitLf9.
Connect to the Rec: CU Boulder’s Recreation Center helps students cool off on a hot day by letting them smash bumper cars on the rink. Reservations recommended; 7 p.m., Student Recreation Center, Ice Rink, CU Boulder; bit.ly/3Toj9f6.
Submissions to the Erie Kids Art Show: Children ages 3-18 can submit up to two works of art for an “Out of This World!” which will begin on September 24. Drop off framed and ready-to-hang pieces (online requirements) between 11am-4pm Sept. 10; Erie Community Library, 400 Powers Street, Erie; free; bit.ly/eriearts3.
Lyon Redstone Museum: Ahead of the history museum’s seasonal closure at the end of September, peek at the collection captured in exhibits, black-and-white photographs, archives, and more; 9:30 a.m., Lyon Redstone Museum, 340 High St., Lyon; free; lyonsredstonemuseum.com.
Pride Picnic: Celebrate the school’s launch with the CU Boulder Pride Office at its annual Pride Picnic for LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty. Find out what events are planned for the fall semester and where to find LGBTQ+ resources and help on campus; 5 p.m. Tuesday, Regent Administrative Center on the Lawn, 2055 Regent Drive, Boulder; free; calendar.colorado.edu/event/pride_picnic_4735.
Boulder Cycling Club: Join BCC for its popular bike ride every Tuesday, featuring cyclists of all types. Routes and distances vary, helmets are required and lights encouraged. Stick around after the ride and grab a beer and pizza in Twisted Pine’s newly renovated backyard area; 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Twisted Pine Brewing Co., 3201 Walnut St, Boulder; bouldercyclingclub.org.
Adrift on the Pacific Crest Trail: Clay Bonnyman Evans – a former Daily Camera editor – completed the Appalachian Trail, wrote a book about it, then set out to hike the Pacific Crest Trail (all 2,653 miles). And then he wrote a book about it. Hear tales of his journey through humor, reverence and camaraderie during a signing session for “Adrift on the Pacific Crest Trail: A Thru-Hiking Story”; 6:30 p.m. Tuesday; Boulder Bookstore, 1107 Pearl St., Boulder; $5 admission gives patrons a $5 bookstore coupon to use that day; boulderbookstore.net.