Much of the world will be able to see a brighter, bigger moon on Sunday night.
A total lunar eclipse will encapsulate Earth’s natural satellite for the first time in 30 years, making it larger to the eye. The event will be visible from 8 p.m. to midnight and it will reach its peak at 10pm.
Stargazing Boulderites will be able to see the eclipse by driving up Flagstaff Road. No binoculars are needed to enjoy the event.
Bicycle Longmont organized a community bike tour to take place at 3pm this Saturday.
Bikers will meet at Shoes and Brews, 63 S. Pratt Parkway, to circumnavigate Longmont on greenways and bike paths. The ride is the main event of “BIKEtoberfest’s”, which begins at 1pm and ends in the evening.
The biking day will end with a “bike-in movie”, “Penguins of Madagascar”, at dusk. It is a great way to discover Longmont’s bike paths and getting involved with the local biking community.
Boulder’s famous fringe festival will host a variety of workshops in the performing arts this Saturday.
A list of the workshops can be found here. Prices and location vary according to the event.
This is the 10th year Boulder hosts actors, artists and performers. Visitors will be able to attend a variety of shows and art installations all throughout the weekend.