Tuesday nights are for musicians at Boulder + Farmers Market Time

Welcome back, Boulder. I’m here in your inbox as usual to tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening around town. Today’s release includes:

  • Local musicians gather!
  • It’s almost farmers market time!
  • The Rocky Mountain Rescue Group is gearing up for more rescue needs.

But first, today’s weather:


periods of the sun. High: 53 Low: 32.

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Here are the top stories in Boulder today:

  1. Join other music lovers at Boulder Jam Night held every week on Tuesday nights from 6-9pm served by The Coffee Stand (part of The Riverside Family) located at 1201 Arapahoe Ave. , in Boulder. Sign up at 6pm Bands set up at 6:15pm Bring your tools! Come share the food, the laughter and the tunes. We hope to see you there! (Boulder Colorado)
  2. Monday marks the official start of the spring season, which means the Boulder County Farmers Market (BCFM) start date is very close to April 1st. Participate again in buying locally sourced fresh foods, plus baked goods, plants and flowers as well as ready-to-eat foods made in Colorado. BCFM will be open Saturdays from 8 am to 2 pm on 13th Street (between Canyon and Arapahoe). Vendors like Black Cat Farm, Centennial Cuts, Whitetail Farm Flowers, and many more will be on hand. We hope to see you there! (boulder downtown.com)
  3. The nonprofit rescue group, Rocky Mountain Rescue Group (RMRG) serving Boulder County, is preparing to make the seasonal change from snow gear to hiking boots as they prepare for increased rescue needs in the warmer months. Now in its 76th year of operation, RMRG is under pressure to cater to more calls. The team of 75 now reportedly responds to nearly 200 calls a year, which according to the Boulder Reporting Lab, “has increased nearly 40% in less than 10 years.” We see most accidents when the weather is nice and it’s fun to be outside, said Angela Tomczyk, a 10-year veteran of the RMRG. As more people turn to Boulder’s more accessible outdoor activities, the RMRG has also had to grow increasingly efficient, sometimes answering as many as five calls a day in the peak summer. (Boulder Reporting Lab)

Today in Boulder:

From my notebook:

  • University of Colorado Boulder: “What has made you smile lately, amateurs?” (University of Colorado Boulder via Instagram)
  • Downtown Boulder: “Fun fact: Over 80% of stores downtown are locally owned and operated. Tag a small business you love in the comments! https://boulderdowntown.com/shopping” (Downtown Boulder via Facebook)
  • Boulder County Government: “Concrete: the heavyweight champion for emissions and resource consumption. But what if we could train it to fight climate change by pulling carbon out of the air? Boulder County is thrilled to support the innovators of the #carbondioxideremoval changing the game.” (Boulder County Government via Facebook)
  • Boulder Colorado City Government: “It’s been three years since the city and the world was impacted by COVID-19. From lockdowns to vaccines, join us as we examine the impact on our community and way of life. See this and more on this week’s news.” (Boulder Colorado City Government via Facebook)
  • Boulder County Government: “Mental Health Partners, in partnership with Colorado Spirit, offers free, low-attend group support sessions to those affected by the Marshall Fire. All sessions are held at the Marshall ROC Recovery Center, 357 McCaslin Blvd., Suite 115-” (Boulder County Government via Facebook)

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