The Shortlist: What To Do In Boulder: September 23-25

Happy Wednesday, Boulderites! Orange, and yellow, and red, oh my! The leaves are officially changing! This is the perfect weekend to drive up in to the mountains to watch as mother nature does her thing, or to spend downtown feeling the crunch of the leaves beneath your feet.

1. Fall into Fashion Weekend

All weekend, Thursday through Sunday, Downtown Boulder will be celebrating all things fall fashion in collaboration with Participating stores on Pearl Street. Thursday night will kick off the event with a fashion show. There will be a catwalk on the Pearl Street Mall showcasing the hottest trends from local stores. The rest of the weekend will be followed by events within each store. This may include music, food, discounts, and gift cards.

2. Cooking With Claude

Oliverde will be hosting a cooking class in store with Chef Claude. In this class guests will learn how to prepare Cream of Sorrel soup, Bacalao Bunuelos (cod fritters) with Grilled Fennel Aioli, Burrata with a balsamic reduction sauce, and much more! Let you culinary genius run wild this Friday night at Oliverde. Don’t forget to reserve your spot! The class is $30 per person, and includes 10% any in store purchase.

3. Boulder Creek Clean Up & Cookout

This Sunday will be the third annual Boulder Creek Clean Up hosted by Rocky Mountain Anglers. The volunteer event will kick off at 9:30 AM, cleaning debris from the creek all the way from Eben Fine Park to 55th street. The event will close with music and a cookout at 12 PM. There will be thousands of dollars of prize giveaways from well-known brands like Patagonia, Redington, Ross Reels, and many more. Come down to “get dirty to keep it clean”!

Don’t forget to check out our Daily Events Calendar on our website.

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