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‘Call to Action’ Archives

Thursday: Boulder Sharing Economy Summit 2013

Thursday: Boulder Sharing Economy Summit 2013

The Boulder Housing Coalition presents an interactive discussion focused on the future of Boulder’s sharing economy, with support from Shareable and The HUB. The Sharing Economy is about re-organizing our communities and marketplaces to [...]

Happy Third Anniversary Blue Line!

Happy Third Anniversary Blue Line!

photo by soapylovedeb Fifty thousand eight hundred and eighteen unique visitors and eight hundred sixty four posts later, the Blue Line has found its way into the heart of our community. You can read about the origin here. You can [...]

Reminder: April Fool’s Contest!

Reminder: April Fool’s Contest!

The deadline for submitting articles for the Blue Line's April Fool's Day contest is fast approaching.  We have received a few entries but we need more! Please have yours in by this Saturday, March 30. As David St. Hubbins says, "It's such a [...]

Hogan-Pancost Open House

Hogan-Pancost Open House

Hogan-Pancost area flooding, 1969 We encourage you  to attend an open house hosted by the city to review a development proposal for the Hogan-Pancost site.  It  is this Wednesday (1/30) at 5:00 pm at the Manhattan Middle School cafeteria. A [...]

Now Boarding, 2013 Edition

Now Boarding, 2013 Edition

Serving on a city or county board or commission is one way to give back to your community and participate in some tough decision making. The city and county need your expertise, your compass and your dedication to the community. Please consider [...]

Fun Events to Celebrate NoBo Little Libraries

Fun Events to Celebrate NoBo Little Libraries

Visit Lucky's Market this coming weekend for some real good fun, food, music, community and, of course, books! Saturday, September 22, from noon until 4 p.m., Lucky's will host a barbecue with all proceeds going towards the cost of the first [...]

How Do We Revive Our Democracy?

How Do We Revive Our Democracy?

The Boulder County League of Women Voters is a co-sponsor and financial supporter of the free program, 'How We Revive Our Democracy' that will take place October 2, 2012, from 6:30 to 9:30 P.M. at the University of Colorado, Boulder Humanities [...]

La Fiesta!

La Fiesta!

photos courtesy Intercambio On October 13, 2012 Intercambio will host its 11th annual La Fiesta. If you’re not familiar with this event, it is a true community event that is affordable and accessible to everyone regardless of economic [...]

Connect, Imagine, Collaborate, Design

Connect, Imagine, Collaborate, Design

Come to the Boulder Farmer's Market and dream! Saturday, August 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., a live performance at noon will transport you into a new box to think out of. It's part of the city's Civic Area project to rethink that public space going [...]

Boulder County Water Tour

Boulder County Water Tour

Mark your calendar for the Boulder County Water Tour, Saturday, June 23, 8:45am – 3pm Would you like to learn more about the role that water plays in Boulder County agriculture? Then register today for the Boulder County Water Tour.  This [...]

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