canada africa partner reservation Cinco de Mayo Inspired Cooking for Kids – Boulder Daily Camera

Cinco de Mayo Inspired Cooking for Kids – Boulder Daily Camera


Kids can take a Cinco de Mayo cooking class at the library. (Esther Kennedy/Contributed)


Cinco de Mayo-inspired cooking for kids with Food Lab Boulder: Sunday 3 p.m., Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder. Make a tasty pico de gallo and horchata to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Boulder Food Lab. All ingredients and supplies are provided. No previous experience necessary. For youth from 5 to 11 years old. Registration required.

Film screening ‘The Company of Wolves’: Sunday 2 p.m., Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder. Join us for Neil Jordan’s ‘The Company of Wolves’ at the Canyon Theatre. Rosaleen is a teenager living in a country house in England and her family has a nightmare with wolves and werewolves in the Middle Ages. In her dream her boring sister is dead, she lives with her father and mother, but spends a lot of time with her grandmother. Grandma tells her many stories about werewolves and gives her the following advice: “Never stray from the path in the woods, never eat a windfall and never trust a man whose eyebrows cross.”

Freyja Wild at BOCO Cider: 4pm Sunday, BOCO Cider, 1501 Lee Hill Drive, Unit 14, Boulder. Freyja Wild & The Gathering Storm is a five-piece acoustic ensemble that plays Celtic-inspired originals. Wild’s songs evoke a world of ancient Celtic magic and wonder with haunting melodies, lush vocal harmonies, Celtic harp, flute and primal drums intertwined with sounds from nature’s wilds. Her music uplifts the spirit, nourishes the soul and reminds listeners that the world is beautiful. Toll-free, 720-938-7285,


Exhibition ‘Take a look’: 9 a.m. Monday, Museum of Natural History (Henderson), McKenna Gallery, 1035 Broadway, Boulder. “Take A Closer Look” offers an intimate and elegant collection of curated items that explore specimens and objects from the CU Museum. Each item is actively and currently being used by researchers to learn more about the natural world and the people who share this planet. The exhibition features specimens that represent the ancient world to date and includes some never-before-seen items from the museum’s collections. 303-492-1411,

Yom HaShoah Holocaust Memorial public reading of names: Monday 10 a.m., Dalton Trumbo Fountain Court, outside UMC, Boulder. Join the Jewish Studies Program along with the Singer Endowed Chair in Jewish History on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) for a public reading of the names of European Jews murdered by the Germans and their allies during the Holocaust. During Yom HaShoah, ceremonies are held in the US, Israel and elsewhere. 303-492-1411,

Monday musical story time: 10:15 a.m. Monday, Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder. Get ready to dance and sing during this live story time full of songs, musical stories and more. All ages are welcome.

Documentary screening ‘The Arapaho Covered Wagon Redux’: 6 p.m. Monday, Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder. “The Arapaho Covered Wagon Redux” is a documentary by Alan O’Hashi that retells “The Covered Wagon,” an epic silent film from 1923. What makes the Redux new is a new soundtrack recorded by the Northern Arapaho Eagle Society under the direction of Michael Ridgebear and the Boulder Symphony & Music Academy under the direction of music director Devin Hughes. The soundtrack was recorded live in front of an audience during Indigenous People’s Month in October 2023. There will be breaks and Q&As with the filmmakers. Toll-free, 307-316-2113,

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