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As part of the Buffalo Field Campaign (BFC), Red Shoes Studios, and Museum of Boulder “Wild | Buffalo in Boulder,” please join us for a Round Table Discussion on solutions that allow wild buffalo and other wildlife to roam, wild and free! Join Buffalo Field Campaign's Co-founder, Campaign Coordinator, and 22 year field veteran Mike Mease, and BFC Board Vice President, Executive Director, and Nez Perce Tribal Member, James Holt, and Jim Bailey, Coordinator, MT Wild Bison Restoration Coalition for…Find out more »
As part of the Buffalo Field Campaign, Red Shoes Studios, and Museum of Boulder “Wild | Buffalo in Boulder,” please join us for Coffee and Conversation on solutions that allow wild buffalo and other wildlife to roam, wild and free! Join Buffalo Field Campaign's Co-founder, Campaign Coordinator, and 22 year field veteran Mike Mease, and BFC Board Vice President, Executive Director, and Nez Perce Tribal Member, James Holt, and Jim Bailey, Coordinator, MT Wild Bison Restoration Coalition for meaningful conversations…Find out more »
As part of the Buffalo Field Campaign, Red Shoes Studios, and Museum of Boulder exhibit “Wild | Buffalo in Boulder,” please join us for an Opening Celebration of Our National Mammal featuring live music and dancing provided by the Hazel Miller Band (HMB). HMB has toured North America, Europe, Far East, Middle East and Central America. Hazel is always backed by some of the finest musicians and vocalists in the world performing original, Jazz, Blues, R&B and Top 40 music.…Find out more »
Don't miss an evening of Buddhist comedy with local stand-up philosopher, Gregg Eisenberg! Gregg will perform excerpts from his book "Letting Go Is All We Have To Hold Onto: Mind Altering Jokes" as well as new material from the forthcoming "Follow Your Bris". See Gregg in action here. "The best book about nothingness there is." "For people in no shape for the human condition." "A revolutionary approach to maintaining the status quo." Free + open to the public | Books…Find out more »
The Museum of Boulder is pleased to announce a special CU FREE DAY at the museum on Sunday, October 6th from 10:00am-5:00pm sponsored by First National Bank. There will be special events all day featuring Chip (CU Mascot), the CU Cheer and Dance Squads, CU Athletic Coaches and Players, giveaways and food trucks! Come enjoy all the Museum has to offer for adults and children including the Boulder Experience Gallery (2nd Floor Gallery) showcasing the history of Boulder, and the…Find out more »
Join Elevations for an evening celebrating our local nonprofit community! Please join us on the Museum of Boulder's rooftop patio for an evening celebrating Boulder County's nonprofit community. You'll have the opportunity to network with other local nonprofit leaders while enjoying drinks, appetizers, and live jazz music amidst the beautiful backdrop of the Flatirons. We hope to see you there!Find out more »
Join us for a conversation with John Clune, a lawyer with Hutchinson Black and Cook focused on sexual abuse victim representation and the co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center, and Katharina Booth, First Assistant District Attorney with the City of Boulder who specializes in crimes against women. John and Katharina will share their work at the forefront of the national - and local - movement to combat sexual violence against women by prosecuting crimes and taking on high-profile…Find out more »
SAVE THE DATE This premier event provides the opportunity to support the Museum of Boulder’s contribution to our community during the past 75 years. “All That Glitters” is an evening of entertainment, great food and drinks, auction items and unique surprises! Guests will enjoy fabulous food catered by Cured, exciting entertainment, an exquisite silent auction, silent disco and special activities on each level of the MUSE, including the Rooftop with the best views of Boulder and the Flatirons. This is…Find out more »
The Museum of Boulder is offering art classes for children to compliment our temporary exhibit, Wild | Buffalo in Boulder (September 5, 2019 - January 12, 2020), in partnership with the nonprofit organization Buffalo Field Campaign and Boulder artist Thiadena Martin. Over a six week time period, Thia and artist Amanda Gress will teach a class for children ages 7-12 with media that includes drawing, painting, print-making and sculpture. Results will be completed art projects that will be on display…Find out more »
Whenever we uncover something about our shared past, someone first had to save it. In this interactive presentation, explore how the Boulder Historical Society (aka the Museum of Boulder) is using both unique and everyday artifacts to present overlooked stories and gaps in its collection to celebrate its 75th anniversary. Learn about treasured tales and dive into the stories of Boulderites by taking a fresh look back. Free + open to the public OFF SITE EVENT @ Elevations Credit Union,…Find out more »
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Kids and Families
The museum is always alive with new activities for kids and families! Excite curious minds with a visit to the Google Garage — come again and again for creative tinkering, there’s always something new! Keep an eye out for events for the family, below. Join our newsletter to stay informed.
trunks and costume rentals
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Plains Indians Trunk
Explore the lives of the Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes with touchable artifacts, books, games and more, all ready to travel to your classroom. Show your class how to erect a tipi, use real tools and instruments, and explore some of the local natural resources essential to the lives of the Arapaho and Cheyenne people.
$15/week + $25 refundable deposit
City in a Suitcase
Explore the lives of people from Boulder’s Sister Cities with hundreds of Museum-quality objects and teacher resources. Trunks are great tools for teaching many subjects, and have been used in art, language arts, geography, Spanish and history classes. $15/week + $25 refundable deposit
- Dushanbe, Tajikistan Sister City Trunk
- Mante, Mexico Sister City Trunk
- Yateras, Cuba Sister City Trunk
- Lhasa, Tibet Sister City Trunk
Period clothing and prop rental
Find the perfect costume for your performance! Great resource for National History Day or historical plays.
$10/item/week + $10/item refundable deposit