Boulder Women Build event and other Boulder-area events March 6, 2019

Boulder Women Build

Each year, Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the country hold “Women Build” events to spotlight home-ownership challenges faced by women. Lunch, snacks and water will be provided. Email Jen at for details on registration; 8:45 a.m., Flatirons Habitat for Humanity, 4525 Palo Parkway, Boulder; .

WEDNESDAY

Pillowcase Dress Class— This adorable pillow case style dress is perfect for any little girl. In this beginner-friendly sewing class students will learn how to make this dress that‘s perfect for any occasion. Dress it up for an Easter dress or dress it down for a swim coverup; noon, Fabricate, 2017 17th St., Boulder; $40; .

Biochemistry Seminar: David Savage— Throughout the academic year, the Department of Biochemistry invites professors from other universities and institutes to speak at the University of Colorado Boulder. These seminars provide an opportunity for faculty and students to learn about exciting current research at other universities. Come out and meet Dr. David Savage during his seminar. Dr. Savage serves as an Associate Professor of Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Structural Biology in the Department of Molecular & Cell Biology at the University of California Berkley; 3:30 p.m., Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotec Building, B115, Boulder; .

Celebration of Leadership 2019— For four decades, the Chamber has brought leaders and groups together to honor those who have helped promote strong economic and social progress at its annual Celebration of Leadership. Come to the Dairy Arts Center to hear this year‘s honorees‘ inspirational stories and gain exclusive insights into the Chamber‘s action plans for 2019—continuing to work with bold leaders and partner organizations in our ongoing journey to “Build Community Through Business.” Heavy appetizers and drinks; 5 p.m., Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; $65-$95;, .

UPCOMING

Coffee Hour With LGBTQ Techies & Allies— Join for a pre-workday professional networking and casual socializing with LGBTQ techies and allies; 8 a.m. Thursday, OZO Coffee Roasters, 1898 South Flatiron Court, Boulder; /events/258165347.

NCAR/UCAR Community Art Program Exhibition— “Our Planet” is a unique art exhibition created by 16 accomplished Colorado artists depicting how climate change is affecting our lives and environment; 8 a.m. Thursday, NCAR, 1850 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder; free;, .

Barber Shops of Boulder Exhibit — Stop by the Carnegie Library to see historic photos of old barber shops from its collection accompanied by unique artifacts from the Museum of Boulder, including a class barber pole and an antique barber shop chair; 1 p.m. Thursday, Carnegie Library for Local History, 1125 Pine St., Boulder; free;, .

Google Garage | Virtual Reality and Laser Cutting — The Google Garage is based on the idea that children and adults learn best when they get to explore, create, experiment and follow their natural curiosities – just messing about. Stop by the Google Garage for virtual reality experiences including climbing, mountain biking, rafting and skydiving. Laser cut a magnet of your favorite thing about Boulder to take home with you. Free with admission to the Museum of Boulder; 2 p.m. Thursday, Museum of Boulder, 2205 Broadway, Boulder; /2019-03-07.

Happy Hour presented by The Fox and Boulder Theater— Win tickets to upcoming shows with the purchase of select happy hour menu items. Come on in for more details; 3 p.m. Thursday, The Sink, 1165 13th street, Boulder; free;, .

CU Living Library— Norlin Commons Living Library events are opportunities for people to engage with one another around stories in a supportive environment that encourages questions and open mindedness. “Living Books”—people who are willing to share stories about their lives and diverse personal backgrounds—and small groups of “Readers” will engage in brave, in-depth, authentic conversations. This event will allow students and campus community members to experience positive, authentic conversations, learning about themselves and others, dismantling stereotypes around race, gender, mental health, disability and religious beliefs ; 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Norlin Library, Boulder; .