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The Shortlist: What To Do In Boulder: July 29th – 31st

Happy Thursday, Boulderites! There are a ton of fun activities lined up for you this weekend all over Boulder County. We narrowed it down to the top three sights, sounds, and tastes of Boulder for the weekend. Enjoy!

1. RockyGrass

All weekend long is the 44th annual RockyGrass festival. This bluegrass festival is one installment of a series of bluegrass festivals founded by Bill Monroe and members of the Colorado Bluegrass Music Society. RockyGrass is held along the banks of the St. Vrain River at the Planet Bluegrass Ranch in Lyons, CO. Pop in for the day, or stay the night in a tent. Click here for more information.

2. Outdoor Divas Open Water Swim Clinic

Calling all outdoor divas! This weekend, olympic open water swimmer and accomplished triathlete, Amy Scott will be holding a swim clinic to get you prepared for triathlon season. The clinic will be held at Union Reservoir in Longmont from 8:45 AM – 10:45 AM on Saturday morning. Amy not only has a strong background as a competitor, but also as a coach. She will help to prepare swimmers of all levels, both physically and mentally. Come by for the 5th annual Outdoor Divas Open Water Swim Clinic. Click here for more information.

3. The Rocky Mountain Tea Festival

This Saturday and Sunday the 16th annual Rocky Mountain Tea Festival will take place at the Dushanbe Tea House in Boulder. The festival started 15 years ago to educate consumers on the different types of loose leaf teas by offering tastings, seminars, and workshops to the public. The festival has since expanded to include cooking courses, a bazaar of tea vendors, a tea dinner, and a children’s tea party. Come experience a one of a kind festival at the one of a kind Dushanbe Tea House. Click here for more information.

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