Hike at Chautauqua — Join the ISSS Summer Outdoor Club for a casual hike at Chautauqua. Make sure to bring plenty of water, a trail snack or two and sunscreen. Wear appropriate footwear (hiking boots or athletic shoes) and bring layers because weather can change during the hike. We’ll meet at the corner of Baseline Road and 8th Street; 9 a.m., July 10, Chautauqua Park, 900 Baseline Road, Boulder; calendar.colorado.edu/event/hike_at_chautauqua.

Willie Sugarcapps — Willie Sugarcapps is an organic outgrowth of the chemistry between five distinct musicians: Will Kimbrough, Anthony Crawford and Savana Lee of Sugarcane Jane, Grayson Caps and Corky Hughes. Individually they have written, recorded, and toured throughout the U.S. Willie Sugarcapps’ first record was awarded “Americana Album Of The Year” by the Independent Music Association and includes the song “Oh Colorado”; 7 p.m., Muse Performance Space, 200 E. South Boulder Road, Lafayette; $20; coloradoboxoffice.com/events/willie-sugarcapps.

Work From Home Meetup — Come hang out with other “work from home” people. Get out of the house and work alongside others. The Rayback serves, coffee, lunch (food trucks) and starting at 11 a.m.; 10 a.m., July 10, Rayback Collective, 2775 Valmont Road, Boulder; meetup.com/Boulder-work-from -home-peeps-working-at-a -Meetup/events/262481205/.

STEAM Storytime — Each week will feature stories and a STEAM-based activity focusing on science, technology, engineering, art and math concepts. All ages; 10:15 a.m., July 10, Meadows Branch Library, 4800 Baseline Road, Boulder; calendar.boulder library.org/event/5129533.

Midday Music Meditation — Take a pause in your day to immerse yourself in an improvised soundscape; noon, July 10, Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder; Free; calendar.boulderlibrary.org/event/4755155.

“Max Goes to the Moon” and “Our Moon and You” — Max (the dog) and a young girl named Tori take the first trip to the Moon since the Apollo era. Along the way, the story sets the stage for the more sophisticated science of the “Big Kid Box” sidebars, which cover topics including “Phases of the Moon,” “Wings in Space?” and “Frisbees and Curve Balls on the Moon.” The 30-minute film will be accompanied with a live talk titled “Our Moon and You.” Join us to uncover the mysteries of our lovely Moon; 12:30 p.m., July 10, Fiske Planetarium, 2414 Regent Dr., Boulder; ticketswest.com/events/detail/max-goes-to-the-moon-our -moon-and-you.


Mornings at the Museum: Fun in the Sun, Rain, and Wind — Join us for a hands-on introduction to the wonderful world of science, literacy and nature. This week learn all about weather, design cyanotype images using the sun, then develop them in water; 9:30 a.m. Thursday, July 11, CU Museum of Natural History, 1035 Broadway, Boulder; Free; calendar. colorado.edu/event/mornings_at _the_museum_fun_in_the_sun_ rain_and_wind?utm_campaign= widget&utm_medium=widget&ut m_source=University+of+Colorado +Boulder#.XNM–C-ZNBw.

Boulder Environmental/Nature/Outdoors Film Festival — The selection of feature and short films will be drawn from around the world to bring a local and global perspective of the challenges and solutions ahead for our environment and nation. The films are just the beginning. Making our festival unique, we bring guests from film, media, politics and the art world to celebrate, and discuss the films’ issues. At this year’s festival, we’ll honor an individual for their commitment and efforts to further the discussion and offer solutions to our environmental challenges as a nation we face. Four days and nights of film, art, music, and discussion with special events and parties; 4 p.m. Thursday, July 11, Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; $75; 774-392-2972, boulderenoff.org.

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