July 4 – Independence Day – Celebrate your Independence from authoritarian rulers! Check out celebrations from Boulder’s Convention and Visitors Bureau, the official tourism organization for Boulder.

September 17Constitution Day –  On this day in 1787 delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution in Philadelphia. This document has guided the United States to create freedom for all people.

November 7 – Election Day

November 11Veterans Day honors all who have served the country in war or peace who support the freedoms of Americans and who “defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic”.

Call to Action

Redistricting Commission Website – for maps and hearing schedule:https://redistricting.colorado.gov/

Educate yourself to vote – See the voting guide  the Boulder County League of Women Voters.

Vote centers. Where should they be next year? The Boulder County Clerk wants to hear from you on this issue. Click here and let her know.

CONTACT YOUR STATE LEGISLATORS – To find your state legislators, click here and enter your address in the search field on the map.

Join a study being done at Johns Hopkins on unvaccinated people and natural immunity in regards to COVID 19. Click here to see more.

Longmont Leads with Logic has continued their rallies on 6th and Main Street in Longmont each Saturday from 1-2pm. I drove by this past weekend on the way to a family event and their numbers keep growing!
Click here for their Facebook page.

BOCOGOP Grassroots Training – Get involved in our party and “do something”. There is an opportunity before us to lay the ground work that will strengthen and grow our team for our future. Bob Bergstrom and Theresa Watson are leading classes every 2nd Thursday at 2 & 4 & 6 p.m. and every 4th Thursday at 2 & 4 p.m. of each month. They will be held at the BCR Headquarters at 425 S Bowen #1 in Longmont. Registration not required. Just show up.

JOIN Boulder County Fair Board. Click here to apply. – Volunteer to serve on the board for Boulder County Fair. If you can contribute your time, thoughtfulness, and leadership one evening a month along with 4 general meetings during the year and are interested in exploring this opportunity, complete an application. To find out whether this volunteer opportunity is right for you or if you have any questions, please contact the Fair Office, 720-864-6460 or info@bouldercountyfair.org.

Regular Meetings

Meetings may or may not be held online so click through the links to see before you show up.

Thursdays, 6:00 – Boulder Stands Up – Freedom for personal responsibility and freedom from mask and vaccine mandates. Parking is limited, so please carpool.

Regular Government Meetings

Boulder County Commissioners Meeting – Usually Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30am. Click here to confirm and to see if an agenda is available. 1325 Pearl Street

Boulder Valley Board of Education Meeting – BVSD Board of Education meets at 6:00 p.m. every second and fourth Tuesday of the month except in July, and in March and December, when the second meeting of the month is usually canceled. Click here for the agenda and more information. Your request to speak at the meeting must be made prior to 12 p.m. on the day of the meeting by completing the Request to speak during the public participation form which is also available in Spanish. If you have questions, you may call the Board Secretary at 720-561-5114, or by email laura.shafer@bvsd.org.

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City of Boulder – Usually meets the first and 3rd Tuesday. Click here for their calendar. Click here for their online agendas (look to the bottom of the page).

City of Lafayette 5:30pm every 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month at City Hall.  Click here to find online agendas.

 Longmont City Council meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 7pm. Click here to find online agendas. All public invited to be heard this week. The public is invited to be heard for 3 minutes both towards the beginning and at the end of each meeting. The proposed budget for 2022. Click here to review it. 

City of Louisville Generally the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7pm. They meet at 951 Spruce Street in the Library meeting room. Click here to find the agenda.

Town of Erie The Erie Board of Trustees meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6:30 pm in the Town Hall Board Room located at 645 Holbrook Street. Click here for agendas.

Town of Nederland The Board of Trustees for Nederland meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Click here for an agenda when available.

Town of Superior – 6:00 pm, Second and Fourth Mondays of each month at 124 E Coal Creek Dr (Superior Town Hall). Click here for agendas. Most of the boards in Superior have openings. You have to pick through the links offered at this page. Click here.

Past Events

Past Events

January 1, 2022 – Happy New Year!

Saturday, December 4, 2021. March to Stop Vaccine Passports in Colorado. 11:00-1:00. 1655 Walnut Street, Boulder.  Robbie Rose from Children’s Health Defense coordinated this.   Put on your hat and sunglasses if you need to be incognito.   But PLEASE come and stand up for Freedom for our children and for Colorado.   We need everyone there!!

Thursday, Dec. 9 – Boulder Stands Up Open Meeting. 6-7:15pm.  Please feel free to invite a friend whom you feel would be in alignment with values of health freedom values written in their Mission Statement:  “To empower ourselves and those around us, promoting and protecting the medical freedoms, liberties, and sovereignty for ALL of humanity with compassion and respect.”  

Saturday, December 18th Wreaths Across America , Mountain View Cemetery, Longmnt. 10:00 am. Honor the memories of veterans by placing wreaths upon their graves.  620 11th Ave, Longmont, CO 80501. Each December, Wreaths Across America coordinates wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 1,400 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea and abroad. This year’s theme is “Live up to the Legacy”. Last year Lngmont’s group helped reach the goal of purchasing 1565 wreaths so that every veteran’s grave could have a wreath placed upon it. We hope to continue to support this wonderful effort with donations from our members. Donations are being taken at  http://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/CO0204

November 2021 – Worldwide Rally for Freedom – Worldwidecolorado.com. Join FREEDOM-LOVING people with diverging ideas, politics, and opinions, who are united in the knowledge that ALL ARE FREE to choose how to live their lives and manage their health. No government, agency, corporation, technocrat, billionaire, nor politician is authorized to remove, restrict, obstruct our RIGHTS; nor are they authorized to decide for us what we do with our body, and how we exercise our RIGHTS as individuals. This rally is for Freedom of Speech and against censorship, segregation, and medical tyranny. Unite Globally, Rally Locally.

November 2 – Election Day

November 11Veterans Day honors all who have served the country in war or peace who support the freedoms of Americans and who “defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic”.

Monday, November 1 -Boulder County Republican Breakfast meeting at 7am, 619 Ken Pratt Blvd and hear Catherine Hendrix speak on “BLM, CRT and why School Choice is Important”. “Cat” worked five years as the parent coordinator for Parents Challenge in CO Springs. Invested three years as site director for the Boys and Girls Club Pikes Peak Region, and as a senate intern for the office of Senator Cory Gardner. RSVP to Bradleycraigbeck@gmail.com or call 303-775-7473.

Tuesday October 26 from 6:30-7:30pm the League of Women Voters are inviting residents to join a Tuesday night virtual conversation about election security. “Election Security: How Colorado’s Gold-Standard Election System Works, and Why Voters Can Trust Election Results” — is to include presentations by Hilary Rudy, the Colorado Department of State’s deputy elections director, and Boulder County Clerk and Recorder Molly Fitzpatrick, according to a League of Women Voters announcement of the event.
“Elections are one of the most fundamental elements of our democracy.
Mistrust in election systems — exacerbated by misinformation and disinformation about the 2020 national election — may erode trust or reduce engagement in the voting process itself. Fortunately, Colorado is recognized nationally as having a gold-standard election system and a high voting rate. Locally, Boulder County’s election system has many positive features to ensure accuracy and accountability,” the League said in a news release.
With Election Day rapidly approaching Nov. 2, the League said, “this event will enable Boulder County residents to learn about our state and local election systems, ask questions of officials overseeing these systems, and help build trust and confidence in the voting process.”.
People can register on the League of Women Voters of Boulder County website, lwvbc.org, to receive the Zoom link for the meeting.

Thursday, October 14, 5:30 pm – Boulder Stands Up Main Meeting
Social gathering and potluck at the usual location.  Please carpool, and DO NOT bring your cellphone into the building.  If you can arrive early to help set up, that would be great! 

OCTOBER 15 – 17, 2021Colorado Federation of Republican Women – 83rd Annual Board of Directors Meeting/Fall Convention. . Embassy Suites by Hilton 10250 E Costilla Ave Centennial, CO 80112

Sunday, October 17, 2021 – Jam for Freedom – Australia, UK, Ireland, and Switzerland. Concerts to celebrate liberty and embrace medical choice and mental health. Supported by Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, and others.

Saturday, October 18, 2021 – 10:00 BCR Office. Volunteer Rally supporting candidates for Freedom.

Monday , October 18th, 6pm in the Eaton Humanities rm 250 and livestreamed hear Michael Strain on Defending Economic Liberalism Against Populist AssaultClick here to read more and to register. Economic liberalism is under attack from the progressive left and the populist right. Both argue that free markets and limited government have been a disaster for typical workers and households, and for the nation as a whole. Michael Strain will present research showing that the doomsaying is wrong. Capitalism isn’t broken. The game isn’t rigged. Moreover, economic liberalism inculcates virtue–in individual citizens and society as a whole–and is a necessary complement to individual liberty. Michael Strain will discuss threats to liberalism, and policies to defend it.

Tuesday, October 19, 2021, 11:15 AM until 1:15 PM. Boulder Republican Women October Luncheon. Where: American Legion Boulder Post #10, 4760 28th St., Boulder, CO  80301. Tara Menza and Katie Lehr are the featured speakers. Tara seeks to ensure her children’s freedoms by advocating for parental choice and fights against the Marxist permeation of critical race theory in the district’s curriculum. She is president of the Longmont Republican Women, a Team Lead for the League of Women Voters Boulder County Gun Safety Team, and a member of Leadership St. Vrain which focuses on providing parents and community members the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the school district. Katie Lehr works with Saferboulder. She is a registered Republican and a graduate of College of William and Mary with a degree in Economics. Katie was an early supporter of the great disrupter Donald J. Trump and continues to hope and pray for many disruptions in the future.

October 20th at 5:30pm, Join Perspectives 101 to review Kim Monson’s voter’s guide with Kim Monson! Message of Life Ministries 605 18th SW Loveland, CO. RSVP to perspectives101.info@gmail.com

October 20, 2021 – “Corporate Welfare: Where’s the Outrage?” Screening with John Allison and Johan Norberg. By Free To Choose Network.

October 21 at 6pm  – Longmont Republican Women! Meeting at Collision Brewery 1436 Skyway Dr in Longmont. The guest speaker is Deborah Flora, producer and radio host and fantastic speaker! rsvp to president@longmontrepublicanwomen.org.

Saturday, October 23, 2021, 10:00 AM-12:00 PMLiberty Toast Masters

Tuesdays starting October 19, 9:30am-10:45am – Freedom Movement dance classes
* Location:  Vali Soul * Strengthening and grounding.  Transforming energy, harnessing inner freedom and joy in community.  No dance experience necessary.  Private to the BSU community. $15 cash or venmo to @jillemich.  Open to children and adults.  Best suited for children 11 and up, but we are open to all.  Children under 18 must be accompanied by adult.  Please come a few minutes early to pay and settle in as we will start right at 9:30am.  Bring water and clothes to move and sweat.  For other questions:  jill@shineboulder.com

Wednesday October 13, 7am join the Boulder County Republican Monthly Morning Meeting. Hear Johnny DiGirolamo talk about his new book about the human side of policing featuring Colorado officers. “It’s Not About the Badge”. Click here to purchase. Back in July he spoke with Jon Caldara.

Wednesday, October 13th, 6:30 p.m. BVSD School Board Virtual Candidate Forum – The League of Women Voters in collaboration with the BVSD District Parent Council and Impact on Education are hosting a virtual candidate forum. You’ll hear from the prospective BVSD School Board candidates to learn about their platforms and vision for our District and schools. Watch: On Comcast Channel 22 or livestreamed on bvsd.org/bv22  (it will be recorded if you can’t watch live).

October 11th. Ballots are being sent out.  Click here to confirm you are registered correctly!

Monday, October 11th, 5:00pm Peaceful Gathering at Board of Health – 3450 Broadway (Broadway & Iris) in Boulder Bring your signs, family, friends, and love of freedom! Let’s have LOTS of people there, peacefully standing for freedom. Many people driving by feel encouraged when they see us.  If you wish to testify to the Board of Health by phone: Call 720-400-7859 Conference ID:    291 491 236#

Saturday, October 9 Chili & Beer Fest 2:00 – 5:00 Superior – BCR Liberty Road Show
Volunteer to help or stop by for a visit Live music 2:00 Titonic3:30 Phat Daddy
event info here. The Liberty Road Show is a booth with literature and information about the Republican party. It is an opportunity to visit with people and talk about freedom and liberty. Candidates are welcome to join us.To volunteer for the Liberty Road Show contact: Steve – sgovorchin@gmail.comEric – davila_eric@hotmail.com

Oct 5, 6pm – Distinguished economist Deirdre McCloskey will be talking about how Capitalism Exhibits the Seven Primary Virtues. So-called modern “capitalism”—a better phrase is “voluntary innovism”—uses and encourages the virtues of faith, hope, love, courage, and temperance. Balanced virtues are what a person and an economy needs and runs on. Part of CU’s Benson Center’s 2021-22 “Capitalism and Ethics” Lecture Series. Click here to learn more and to register. Click here to learn about Freedom and the Great Enrichment.

Sunday, October 3 The Lafayette Farm Learning Pod will be having a work day, this Sunday, 10am to 4pm.  Location:  442 S. 112th Street, Lafayette.  For information about how you can help and what to bring, please email LFLpod@protonmail.com    

October 3, 2021  ~  5-6:30PM 2021 Champions of Democracy Celebration. Boulder County Democrats present.

 October 2nd – Blues/Brews/BBQ event at 5:30 pm with the Delta Sonics benefitting the Veteran’s Community Project. Click here to purchase.

October 1, 4-6pm join a conservative Sign and Flag waving at the Louisville/Superior bridge across 36.
Access and parking for the bridge is behind Avista Hospital. For more info or to RSVP, contact. Penny Gage  box3411@yahoo.com or Linda Wishner   melzma@hotmail.com . Bring your own flag!

Friday, October 1 – Statewide School Count Day The number of students present at school on Count Day affects the tax revenue that each school will receive for that school year.  Many parents will keep their children home from school on this day.  

September 30, 2021 – Stand Up Boulder meeting every Thursday. Freedom for personal responsibility and freedom from mask and vaccine mandates. Parking is limited, so please carpool.

Wednesday, September 29, 6:30-8:00.- Brandon Tatum – sponsored by TPUSA. If you are unfamiliar with Brandon Tatum, here is a link to his website.https://theofficertatum.com/. To minimize security issues, the exact location will be sent on Tuesday to anyone who has signed up through Eventbrite.  Here’s the link to get your FREE tickets. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/critical-hate-theory-with-brandon-tatum-tickets-169358272151

Tuesday, September 28, 6:00pm – Boulder Valley School District Board Meeting. To speak at the meeting you must complete the Request to speak during public participation form prior to 12 p.m. on the day of the meeting. If you have questions for the Board Secretary, contact Laura Shafer via email laura.shafer@bvsd.org or phone 720-561-5114.

Three ways to participate: 

ONE:  You can testify online.  In order to testify, you must sign up by 12:00 noon on the day of the meeting.   You will be required to complete a Google form in order to register.  To find the registration form (and information about participation), click here and scroll down until you see a button that says “Complete form to speak at Board Meeting” .   If you do testify online, please remember to also email the text of your testimony to bvs.board@bvsd.org .  

TWO:  Show up in person, for a peaceful rally, outside the Board of Education building at 6500 Arapahoe Road, Boulder.   We recommend you arrive as early as 5:30 pm.   Plenty of parking in the BVSD parking lots.   

THREE:  Continue to email the school board with your concerns.  Feel free to communicate to the Board that Tina Marquis and Kitty Sargent would also be subject to recall efforts if their terms were not ending.   bvs.board@bvsd.org 

Election Integrity Workshop in Weld County Monday, September 27th, 6:30 PMLocation: The Mercantile Exchange, 4340 Highway 66, Mead, CO 80504
Leadership of the Colorado GOP Election Integrity Operations (EIO) Committee will train attendees on the new Colorado Model for election integrity, including rights and responsibilities for election judges, watchers, and all voters in Colorado elections.  Attendees will walk away equipped and empowered with tools and next steps to get involved and take action!  Pre-registration: http://bit.ly/WeldCounty

Monday, September 27, 7:00-8:30pm – BSU Listening Circle at Vali Soul – Two members of BSU who are skilled in group facilitation will offer a Listening Circle on Monday evening, September 27.  This will be offered every Monday evening.  

Sunday, September 26, 5:00pm – Vegetarian Potluck at the Lafayette Farm Learning Pod – Do you want to learn more about the unschooling approach of the Lafayette Farm? Come to the potluck this Sunday!  This is for parents who are exploring education alternatives.  To get the location, email LFLpod@protonmail.com  

Sunday, September 26, 7:00pm – Special Event with Dr. Christiane Northrup. This is a fundraiser for Boulder Stands Up.  $25 donation per person.  All tickets have already been reserved.  

Thursday, Sept 23 at 6 pm.  Boulder Stands Up for a potluck social at their main meeting. This is a multiparty group that is pushing back against mandates. Parking is limited, so carpool if you can.

Tuesday Sept 21 6-7:30pm “Liberty and Justice for All” Featuring Jason Riley and Richard Fowler. Click herefor more information. It’s located in Denver, but you can livestream it as well. Join the Steamboat Institutes Campus Liberty Tour.

Friday, September 17 – Social Night at the Buff Restaurant. We Are the Revolution/Boulder Stands Up Social.

September 17 – National Walkout Day, National Suicide Awareness Day.

September 17Constitution Day –  On this day in 1787 delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution in Philadelphia. This document has guided the United States to create freedom for all people.

September 18, 2021 – Longmont Leads with Logic – Rally every Saturday from 1-4 at 6th and Main in Longmont. Join like-minded citizens to rally for freedom.

Saturday, September 18, 2021 2:00-6:00. World Wide Rally for Freedom – Denver Capitol Building West Lawn, 200 E. Colfax Ave. Denver. Rally at 2:00. March around capitol at 2:15. http:www.worldwidecolorado..com

September 18, 2021Boulder Republican Women’s Barbecue Blast! Round up yer family and friends for an afternoon of fun and games. No program. JUST GETTING TOGETHER Tickets are $15.00 per adult. Children are free.

September 21, 2021, 11:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.  Boulder Republican Women LUNCH MEETING American Legion, Boulder Post #10, 4760 28th Street, Boulder, CO 80301  $25.00/person (Members & Guests) – Includes catered lunch  RSVP: Online at: www.boulderrepublicanwomen.org PLEASE RSVP by FRIDAY, September 17, by 5:00 pm for planning. Joni Inman will be the guest speaker.

September 16: LRW Dinner: Speaker is Kristi Burton-Brown, Chairman of the COGOP LongmontRepublicanWomen.org 

Monday, Sept 13th, 5:30pm Boulder County Public Health – Board of Health Board Meeting. BCPH – BOH Auditorium3450 Broadway, Boulder. The meeting can be watched online by clicking here https://www.bouldercounty.org/government/boards-and-commissions/board-of-health/ and clicking on ‘Join the meeting online. Attend audibly by calling in 720-400-7859, Conference ID: 291 491 236#

September 14th, Noonish? – Greet President of the Free World, Joe Biden, during his visit to Golden. Staging at the Columbine Cafe, 15630 S. Golden Rd. Golden, CO 80401.

September 14th, Tuesday at 5 pm. – NextDoor Conservatives social hour at Rayback Collective located at 2775 Valmont Road in Boulder. Please RSVP if you are planning on coming.


Nov. 12, 2020Joshua Katz: “Cancellation and Its Discontents” Webinar –   Joshua Katz, Cotsen Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Classics at Princeton University discussed his near-cancellation experience with Benson Center Associate Faculty Director Shilo Brooks in this kickoff to “The Canceled” series.  Click here for Youtube.

Monday, January 17 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Celebrating the Man who gave us a vision: “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream that…one day right there in Alabama, little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.” He concluded his famous speech with the inspiring words: “Free at last. Free at last. Thank God Almighty, we are free at last.”

Homes for Veterans – Do what you can for our veterans! The Longmont Republican Women have been working with the Veterans Community Project of Longmont for the past few months. The organization is a good one working on getting homeless veterans into homes. Join them for an exclusive house party in Niwot, CO featuring music by the Delta Sonics, craft beer from local brewers, BBQ, and a night of fun! If you’re a local business and would like to donate an auction item or service to help the cause, let them know! Click here to purchase tickets – they will sell out soon.

Sunday, January 23, 2022 1:00 p.m. Rally for Medical Freedom – west steps of the State Capitol. STOP THE COVID-19 VACCINE MANDATES. United we stand, in peace we rally.

TBA 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Living with Communism. A panel of women who have lived in Communist countries will discuss similarities between the countries where they previously lived and where they live today. Collision Brewing Company & Restaurant. 1436 Skyway Drive, Longmont. Sponsored by Longmont Republican Women.

Tuesday, January 25, 2022 – 6:00 pm. BVSD School Board Meeting

January 29thUS Senate Candidate Debate put on by the Longmont Republican Women in tandem with Boulder Republican Women and Boulder County Republicans. Start thinking of great questions! Twin Peaks Charter Academy in Longmont. 340 S Sunset S. Doors open at 6pm, the forum will start at 7pm. Tickets are $35 and include dinner.
Juli Henry/Peter Yu/Deborah Flora/Ron Hanks/Gino Campana/Eli Bremer/Greg Moore
Moderators: Kim Monson and Marshall Dawson
Purchase tickets by clicking here. Get them now!

January 29th 9:30am-11:30am watch: Americanism vs Communism Which is it going to be? Speakers Kevin Lundberg, Dr. Paul Prentice, Helen Raleigh and Anil Mathai.
Location Margaret Carpenter Recreation Center, 11151 Colorado Blvd in Thornton. A $20 donation is appreciated.

Jan 31, 2022 – Freedom in Education – Deadline to comment on the Colorado Department of Education as they discuss revising social studies standards.
Click here to read the draft of revision recommendations. You can provide feedback starting on this page (click here). Click on the green bar and it gives you a spot to create a login.

February 1 National Freedom Day honors the day that slavery was outlawed in the US by the 13th amendment.

February 3rd at 5:30pm and live streamed join Gianna Englert and her talk:”Two French Liberals on Commerce and Citizenship: Benjamin Constant and Alexis de Tocqueville” through the CU Benson Center.
Click here for more information and to register.

February 11-12, 2022, Leadership of the Rockies Annual Retreat, Colorado Springs.

February 19th, 8:30am-noon. Join a Media Training Workshop from the Kim Monson and Helen Raleigh. Whether running for political office or advocating for a political cause, being media savvy is a must-have skill. A poorly worded answer to an interview question may break your campaign. This workshop, led by two media experts, Kim Monson and Helen Raleigh, offers in-depth media training across all major platforms, from radio, podcast, to TV. You will learn how to prepare for an interview, address complex questions, and maximize the benefits of each interview. You will also have an opportunity to practice what you learned on-site and receive instant coaching from the experts. Upon completion, you will have the skills and confidence to handle any interview and amplify your message. Participants will also automatically enter a drawing to appear on Kim Monson’s radio show.
Seating is limited. Register now!

February 24-27, 2022 CPAC – Orlando, Florida.

March 1, 2022 – Caucus – (evening) In CO we still Caucus!  This is where you can REALLY get involved. Get elected as a Precinct Committee Person,-Share your name to the chairman to become an election judge,-Run to be a delegate to the county assembly. Even though Colorado now has primary elections we ALSO have caucus. Caucus is where grassroots action meets establishment commitment. Be there!!

March 16 – Liberty Day – Every year, Americans celebrate Liberty Day on James Madison’s birthday in recognition of his contribution in shaping our nation’s Constitution and in drafting the its first 10 Amendments. Madison, who served as the fourth President of the United States, is known as the Father of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Congress affirmed Liberty Day in the year 2000

April 22 – Earth Day

Month of May – Asian Heritage Month

May 1 Law Day is a national day celebrating the legal system of agreements that liberates us from the whims of tyrants.

May 3World Press Freedom Day celebrates freedom of the press and freedom of expression. This day reminds people that courageous journalists risk death or jail to report the news to the public.

May 3-7 – Teacher Appreciation Week 

May 5 – Cinco de Mayo – Celebration of Mexican-American culture

May 9-15 – National Police Week – Celebration of those who keep us safe.

May 30 – Memorial Day – (last Monday in May). Celebrating those in the military who gave their lives for this country.

June 6 – D-Day Anniversary – Commemorates the liberation of France (and later western Europe) which laid the foundations of the Allied victory on the Western Front. On June 6, 1944, 156,000 American, British and Canadian forces landed on the coast of France’s Normandy region.

June 12 – National Jerky Day

 June 14 – National Flag Day

June 14 – World Blood Donor Day

July 27, 2022  – VOTE FOR HEALTH FREEDOM,   Baldoria on the Water, 146 Van Gordon St. Lakewood, CO 80228. This event is sponsored by Stand for Health Freedom. Boulder’s Maureen West will among the speakers. Note:  Ticket sales end on July 18th. 

June 19Juneteenth – also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day, and Emancipation Day, marks the day in 1865 when freedom from slavery was proclaimed in Texas. This holiday celebrates the emancipation of those once enslaved in the United States. On this day, people recommit to achieving our highest ideals of a freer, stronger country that values the dignity and boundless potential of all Americans.

June 27 – Great American Picnic Day

June 27 – National PTSD Awareness Day

July 4Independence DayCelebrate your Independence from authoritarians! Check out celebrations from Boulder’s Convention and Visitors Bureau, the official tourism organization for Boulder.

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