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‘La Mirada Posible’ art exhibit opening and other Boulder events for today – Boulder Daily Camera

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‘La Mirada Posible’ opening: Local art curator Ana Weir has gathered together the responses of artists from the Caribbean, Africa and Boulder to answer the question, what can our future hold? in a new exhibit titled “La Mirada Posible;” 5 p.m. Friday, Ana’s Art Gallery, 1101 Spruce St., Boulder; free; anasartgallery.com.

Sugarloaf Fire Department annual garage sale: Check out the annual fundraiser supporting the Sugarloaf Fire Department just up Boulder Canyon. Fire Station 2 will be transformed into a giant bargain superstore for community members can shop for a good cause; 9 a.m. Friday, Sugarloaf Fire Station 2, 1360 Sugarloaf Road, Boulder; slfpd.org.

Boulder Creek Festival: Kick off summer with the long-standing Boulder Creek Festival tradition. Enjoy music from a stellar lineup of local artists, street food favorites, summer camp previews, face painting, handmade wares and more; 5 p.m. Friday, Boulder Creek Path, 1212 Canyon Blvd., Boulder; free; eventbrite.com.

Zizania at BOCO Cider: Zizania is a new music collaboration performing vocals and melodies found world-wide in jazz, blues, samba, funk, soul, Afrobeat, reggae and so many other genres; 6 p.m. Friday, BOCO Cider, 1501 Lee Hill Drive, Unit 14, Boulder; free; bococider.com.

Date Night in Paris cooking class: Check out this cooking class at Food Lab that welcomes participants to the streets of Paris. The menu will include moules frites, salad lyonnaise and pan seared fish with beurre blanc; 6:30 p.m. Friday, Food Lab, 1825 Pearl St., Boulder; $105; boulderdowntown.com.

Upcoming

Podcasting hands-on intensive: This all-day, hands-on workshop will teach participants all of the ins and outs of podcasting. Learn the basics of choosing the right recording gear and apps to begin recording. Then, record some audio with the provided equipment and provide different scenarios of potential podcast recording environments; 9 a.m. Saturday, Boulder Digital Arts, 1600 Range St., Boulder; $175; boulderdigitalarts.com.

Gold Hill History Museum opening day: The Gold Hill History Museum opens for the 2023 season. Exhibits include ancient history of the Gold Hill area, a look back at the mining days, merchants, transportation, education and newer history including the Bluebirds, musicians and many more ever-changing exhibits; noon Saturday, Gold Hill History Museum, 661 Pine St., Gold Hill, Boulder; free; goldhillhistorymuseum.com.

Hip hop cultural program: The Hip Hop Cultural Program is a ministry, archive, school and society dedicated to the preservation of hip hop culture; 3 p.m. Saturday, Kinesis Dance, 635 S. Broadway St., Unit D, Boulder; free; coolspiritnature.com.

An Evening with Megan Burtt and David Berkeley: Enjoy a special, intimate, outdoor artist series concert with highly acclaimed singer songwriters David Berkeley and Megan Burtt. Bring drinks, food, blankets and low back chairs to enjoy the show; 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Stone Cottage Studios, 3091 Seventh St., Boulder; $30; stonecottagestudios.ticketspice.com.

Dave Boylan at BOCO Cider: Dave has been part of the Front Range music scene for many years and is a past first-place winner at The Lyons Folk Festival’s Troubadour Songwriting Contest. With multiple CD releases to his credit, Dave splits his time between his solo writings and recordings and fronting Colorado’s top Springsteen Tribute Band — Thunder Roads; 6 p.m. Saturday, Boco Cider, 1501 Lee Hill Drive, Unit 14, Boulder; free; bococider.com.

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