Niwot Honeybee Festival Lectures

Saturday, September 16, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The Grange is the place to be for the Tom Theobald Speaker Series which takes place over the
day-long 3rd annual Niwot Honeybee Festival. Beginning at 10 a.m. audiences can partake of a
hands-on exhibit of beekeeping, hear about the healing power of the beehive,
learn about bats, the night pollinator, get instructions on how to make a bee-safe mosquito trap,
be educated on bumble bee conservation, get the scoop on a case study in ecosystem development, find out how to create bio-diverse habitats with native plants, and watch a video on the Marshall Fire pollinator revitalization project.

For the full lecture schedule, visit: Tom Theobald Speaker Series
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Community Dance Classes

Tuesdays, Sept. 5 through Dec. 12
5:00-8:00 p.m.

Teacher and choreographer Lindy Bartruff invites all ages and levels to the lindybdance Fall Celebration featuring line dance classes and social dance workshops for $10/person or $15/couple.

Join in the fun of free dance samplers and be entered in friends and family giveaways.

For a schedule and to register, visit lindybdance.com.

Childrens' Music Classes

Mondays, Sept. 11 through Dec 11
4:30- 5:15 p.m.

Brett Magdovitz, aka MagdoMan, is a zany kid’s music performer combining original and cover tunes with music, movement, and play that’s wildly entertaining and meaningful for young and older folks alike. The music covers a broad range of themes delivering messages of sharing, caring, healthy eating, eco-friendliness, cooperation, and more.

MagdoMusic classes are for children ages 6 mos. - 5 yrs. old. Each class involves a mixture of singing, silliness, dancing, playing instruments, marching, jumping, and slow-down time. Parents and caretakers are encouraged to participate as it enhances the experience for the children and strengthens bonds.

Fall session classes total 13 weeks for $195 ($15/class) for the 1st child in a family, $120 for a 2nd child ($8/class), and free for a 3rd child and beyond.

To register, please write to: [email protected].

Niwot Historical Lecture

Boulder County's Early Residents

Wednesday, Sept. 20,
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

The Niwot Historical Society presents a lecture by historian, publisher, and genealogist, Dina Carson about the Boulder County Pioneers Project which seeks to identify each person who moved to Boulder before 1876, the year Colorado became a state.

This in-depth historical project, is collecting genealogical information about the descendants of the early pioneers.

Admission is free to Niwot Historical Society members, and general admission is $5.

Womens' Investment Group

Saturday, September 9, 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Several motivated women in the real estate industry - lenders, real estate agents, and investors - are offering an opportunity to help others learn how to make money through real estate investments.
No cost to attend.
To RSVP and learn more, write to [email protected].

Grange Meeting

Wednesday, September 13, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

The more members, the merrier.
Learn what's new at the Grange, what happenings are coming up,
and connect with other members of the community.

Your questions, comments, opinions, and ideas are very welcome.
Be part of history and hold your special events, weddings, meetings, concerts,
and classes at the Grange.
Low rental rates, clean and well maintained, lots of tables/chairs, a full kitchen, a stage, WiFi, two large rooms, and free parking.
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