‘This Is (Not) Who We Are’ film screening and other Boulder events for today – Boulder Daily Camera


DJ Emo Night Tour: Calling all early-2000 emo kids: Slap on some thick eyeliner, a pout and studded belt and head to Broomfield because a DJ is spinning all your favorite tracks from that era in a big party at a bowling alley, arcade and venue that’s wrapped in one; 8 p.m. Thursday, 100 Nickel, 100 Nickel St., Broomfield; $15-$20; chipperslanes.com.

‘This Is (Not) Who We Are’ Screening: The documentary film, created by Boulder filmmaker Katrina Miller, explores the gap between Boulder’s self-image and the more complex lived experiences — both historical and contemporary — of its Black citizens. Head to this screening that will feature a post-film Q&A with Miller; 6 p.m. Thursday, The Collective, Community Arts Center, 201 N. Public Road, Lafayette; Registration required at bit.ly/3ysCUbC.

Clay Workshop: Apple and Honey Dishes: Learn to make a plate and small honey dishes at this workshop where you can decorate them using a variety of textures and glazes; 10 a.m. Thursday, Boulder JCC, 6007 Oreg Ave., Boulder; $45; boulderjcc.org.

Tom Pevear at BoCo Cider: Hear Colorado musician Tom Pevear bust out some acoustic blues, ragtime and vintage sounds with his added fingerpicking and blues licks; 5 p.m. Thursday, BOCO Cider, 1501 Lee Hill Drive, Boulder; Free; bococider.com.

‘Little Book of Whiskey Cocktails’ Book Signing:  Author Bryan Paiement will speak about and sign his new book that has 40 classic whiskey cocktail recipes and 10 original recipes in a pocket-sized book; 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Boulder Bookstore, 1107 Pearl St., Boulder; $5; boulderbookstore.net.

Thursdays at Neptune Mountaineering: Head to the shop Thursdays where speakers will share their latest adventures, staff will give insight on new products, along with training tips and more. Tickets are free but limited to 150 guests; 7 p.m. Thursday, Neptune Mountaineering, 633 S. Broadway, Boulder; Free; neptunemountaineering.com.

Voices of Change Part IV: Hate Crime in America: Join community leaders as they engage in an urgent dialogue on the recent rise in hate crime in this country, illuminating the impact of intolerance and the threat of violence upon the diverse communities. Co-presented by the Longmont Multicultural Action Committee, in discussion will be Annett James, of Boulder County NAACP, Mardi Moore, of Out Boulder, and Jonathan Lev, of the Boulder JCC, and moderated by Carmen Ramirez, of the City of Longmont; 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, Stewart Auditorium, 400 Quail Road, Longmont; Free; Register online at bit.ly/3qCLhxK.

Bela Fleck at Chautauqua: Banjo virtuoso Bela Fleck will perform from his Grammy Award-winning album, “My Bluegrass Heart,” with some legendary bluegrass musicians, featuring mandolinist Sierra Hull, fiddler Billy Contreras, multi-instrumentalist Justin Moses, guitarist Shaun Richardson and bassist Mark Schatz; 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, Chautauqua Auditorium, 900 Baseline Road, Boulder; $37-$55; z2ent.com.

Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band: Attend this free concert from CU Boulder College of Music’s most outstanding wind, brass and percussion students; 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Macky Auditorium, 1595 Pleasant St., Boulder; Free; cupresents.org.

Hunter Stone Band Folk-blues Boulder songwriter brings his tunes to the lounge; 8 p.m. Thursday, Velvet Elk Lounge, 2037 13th St., Boulder; velvetelklounge.com.



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