Goat Snuggles & Soap Making and other Boulder-area events March 14, 2019

Goat Snuggles & Soap Making

Tzuria will guide you through the process of making goat milk soap from scratch and give you a behind-the-scenes look at the dairy where you can snuggle with the herd. Homemade goats cheese and tea will be provided along with other small snacks. Class is recommended for adults; Mature teens welcome; 5:30 p.m., Mountain Flower Goat Dairy, 3240 Broadway, Boulder; $40;, .


Business Before Hours— Meet at the Parc Mosaic Apartment leasing office for a chance to see the new upscale community that will open later in 2019. Enjoy coffee and a light breakfast, while networking in a model unit of the living spaces; 8 a.m., Parc Mosaic Apartment Homes, 5290 Arapahoe Unit K View a Map, Boulder; $15; .

Happy Hour presented by The Fox and Boulder Theater— Win tickets to upcoming shows with the purchase of select happy hour menu items; 3 p.m., The Sink, 1165 13th St., Boulder; free;, .

Zen Line Drawing Part 2— Delve into more intricate patterns, mixing patterns in one piece of art, learn the deeper affect of shadowing, color and managing designs. You‘ll go deeper into the artistic playground of ZLD and learn new patterns. Prerequisite: Zen Line Drawing 1. 3 sessions; 5:30 p.m., Arapahoe High School, 6600 Arapahoe Road, Boulder; $99;, .

Steppe: The Grasslands that Nurtured Humankind— Rediscover the landscapes where humanity first arose and evolved and explore horticultural innovations in our region; 6 p.m., Boulder Museum Of Contemporary Art, 1750 13th St., Boulder; $8-$12;, /steppe-the-grasslands-that-nurtured-humankind.


Implementing the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the United States — The University of Colorado Law School and the Native American Rights Fund will host a conference to advance the promises of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and develop a strategy for its implementation in the United States; 8:30 a.m. Friday, University of Colorado Law School, 2450 Kittredge Loop Road, Boulder; $15-$60; /american-indian-law-program#qt-ailp_quicktab-ui-tabs8.

Local Lab 2019 New Play Festival— Support Boulder‘s premier festival of new plays. Join for fully-staged readings, workshops, parties and the opportunity to participate in conversations with playwrights that help push these new plays to full productions; noon Friday, Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; $10-$40;, .

SciComm 2019— The Women in Science and Engineering group at CU Boulder is hosting their 4th Annual Science Communication Symposium. Please join for an afternoon of TED-style talks about the fascinating research at CU Boulder, as well as keynote presentations from science communication professionals Maryam Zaringhalam and Paige Jarreau; 1 p.m. Friday, CU SEEC, 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder; free; .

Guest Master Class: Hilary Herndon, viola— CU Boulder‘s College of Music brings esteemed professional musicians from around the world together with CU students for in-depth study on music performance. Audiences will get to see students perform excerpts from pieces in their repertoire, then explore the work further with one-on-one coaching; 3 p.m. Friday, Imig Music, Music Theatre, Boulder; .

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