Boulder County Fairgrounds will host a weaving exhibition this Saturday.
Several artists and local master weavers will show their work at this annual event. Weavers, knitters, bead artists, quilters, spinners, felters, and basket makers are joining forces for an artistic event where people will also be able to buy some of their work. Many types of local artworks will be promoted, including clothing and jewelry.
The event is free and it will be held at Boulder County Fairgrounds, Longmont (NE corner of Nelson and Hover Roads), from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Boulder School of Metals offers silversmith classes.
People interested in learning the art of crafting jewelry and making rings and pendants with silver should consider joining this class at the Boulder School of Metals. The class will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. and a $30 fee for the materials is payable on site.
The School of Metals is located at 1634 N. 63rd St., Unit #5, Boulder.
Alfalfa’s Market will host the Sherwood family for an afternoon of Native American culture.
The Sherwoods will perform ritual Native American dances and share stories of the origins that “reflect mother nature and help in our lives today”, as presented on the event’s page. Boulder Rights of Nature, a local organization, is sponsoring this event.
The event is free and will be held this Sunday at Alfalfa’s Market on 1651 Broadway, Boulder, at 2 p.m.