Boulder County events you'll want to check out
No matter the time of year, there’s never a shortage of happenings in Boulder County, and we’d love to see you at one (or more) of them! Every month, we’ll be sharing some of the events we’ll be attending as well as others we know you’d love to hear about. Read on for April 2018’s upcoming events:
Friday, April 6. 2:10pm
The Rockies Home Opener
Don’t miss today’s season-opening game where the Colorado Rockies will face off against the Atlanta Braves! If you can’t make it to Coors Field or to any of the many bars that will be celebrating in Denver, be sure to tune in on the TV!
Saturday, April 7. 8:00am–2:00pm
Opening Day at the Boulder County Farmers Market
It’s that time of year again - Farmers Market season! The Farmers Market will run until November 17, so even if you can’t make it on opening day there’ll still be plenty of time in the near future to get fresh fruits, veggies, and other delicacies. Check out the website for details on when and where you can find them!
Wednesday, April 11. 10:00am–12:00pm
Lafayette Senior Center
103 Iowa Ave. Lafayette, CO
If you have questions about Boulder County CareConnect–whether you already receive services or not–stop by the common area at the Lafayette Senior Center to chat with our friendly staff members, Regis Lindsay and Thalia Foster.
Wednesday, April 25
Dorothy’s 100th Birthday Party
One of our community members is turning 100 this month and we’ll be celebrating with her! If you’d like to send her a birthday card, please send it to us at 6325 Gunpark Dr #F Boulder, CO 80301, before April 25.
Thursday, April 25 4:00-6:00pm
TRU PACE’s Anniversary Party
2593 Park Ln. Lafayette, CO
Join TRU PACE as they celebrate their first anniversary with food, drink, and a raffle! At the party, you may also be able to catch up with Boulder County CareConnect’s Director of Volunteers, Thalia Foster. RSVP today.
Saturday, April 28. 8:30 am–2:15 pm
Foothills United Way Thrive Conference
2121 Miller Dr. Longmont, CO
The Foothills United Way’s third annual Thrive Conference will be held at Front Range Community College. This conference will serve community members of all ages who would like to learn more about finance, health, resources for seniors, and much more. If you run into BCCC staff members, Thalia Foster or Ruby Zavala there, be sure to say hi!
Help seniors flourish by reconnecting them—as recipients and contributors—with their surrounding communities.