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Thursday, May 29, 2008

New Store in Downtown Boulder

Boulder Furniture Arts - 820 Pearl St. - 303-443-2030
"Beautiful things to make you house a home" Stained Glass Lamps and Windows, Handcrafted cherry, walnut, pine, oak and maples deisng by Lew Collins. www.mountainfurniturearts.com

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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

The Blending Cellar Wine Shop Comes to Downtown Boulder

946 Pearl St. gets a new face and tenant as The Blending Cellar, a blend-your-own-wine shop, is getting set for a June 7th opening. Please welcome this new establishment to the neighborhood, as the take over where High Crimes Mystery Bookstore stood. As their website states; "After many years in the wine industry, husband and wife team Jeff and Leah McEachern, decided to move their Sonoma Valley-based blending facility to Boulder, Colorado."

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Friday, May 16, 2008

Downtown Boulder Newsletter

News You Can Use
To skip to a specific news item, use the links below! To read them all, just scroll on down.

Last Day for Spring Green Orders
Steps for Literacy
Bolder Boulder Volunteers Needed
KidLinks Entry Form Now Available
Hop 2 Chautauqua Kickoff Party
Bauman College Cooking Demos
Parking Pay Station Q & A
Website Tips and Tricks
Spotlight On: Farmers' Market

Last Day for Spring Green Orders
It's time again for Downtown Boulder's Spring Green, which means free flowers (Petunias) for businesses in the Downtown Boulder BID. The deadline for putting in your orders is May 9th, so Click Here to register online, call our office at 303-449-3774 or fax back the Spring Green order form to 303-449-1582. Flowers will be delivered between May 20th and May 23rd.

Steps for Literacy
Casey Middle School presents Steps for Literacy from 2:15 to 3:15 p.m. on Friday, May 9th, on the bricks in front of the courthouse. This is a fundraiser for Casey Middle School. Students, faculty and family will march from the school to the Pearl Street Mall, carrying banners and leaflets of sponsors. Click here for the press release.

Bolder Boulder Volunteers Needed
There are volunteer jobs available from Friday, May 23 through race day for the 30th Bolder Boulder. Click here to see a list of the individual volunteer positions. For more information:bolderboulder.com, call (303) 444.7223 x36, or volunteer@bolderboulder.com

KidLinks Golf Tournament
The KidLinks Program at Boulder Community Hospital is a unique program for children with special needs and their families. Help Downtown send these kids to summer camp by participating in the KidLinks Golf Tournament on Wednesday, May 21st at Lake Valley Golf Club. Download the brochure and entry form here. To donate a prize or for more info, contact Renae Foxhoven (renae@dbi.org).

Hop 2 Chautauqua Kickoff Party
A fun family event will kick-off GO Boulder/Ciity of Boulder’s new free HOP 2 Chautauqua transit service. The kick-off will include carrot cake, live music performed by “Blues in Transit” and a staffed information table.

The event is 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 10 at Pearl and 13th streets with the first HOP 2 Chautauqua bus leaving at noon. Open Space and Mountain Parks Rangers will also be on hand to ride the bus and lead interested riders on a Chautauqua Park hike. www.GOBoulder.net

Bauman College Cooking Demos
Bauman College Cooking Demos at the Farmers’ Market — Learn quick and easy cooking tips on preparing fresh, local and seasonal foods. Sample delicious, healthy food and meet Bauman College’s exciting staff of culinary instructors. Bauman College is a holistic nutrition and culinary arts school offering professional training courses in nutrition and natural cooking. Fall enrollment now open! Farmers’ Market Dates: May 10, June 14, July 19, August 23, September 20 and October 18 from 10am-1pm.

Parking Paystation Q & A
Now that the solar powered pay stations are up and running there are a few questions that people have. This section addresses these questions.

Q: What are the enforced hours?

A: Pay stations are enforced -Monday through Saturday 9am to 7pm. Pay stations are FREE on Sunday and on city holidays. Please go to www.boulderparking.com to verify the holidays the city observes.

If you have a specific question you would like answered send an email to parking@dbi.org.

Website Tips and Tricks
Did You Know…

You can browse any of last year's newsletters on our wesbite in our Newsletter Archive section.

Try it...

  1. Click on the about icon (people standing, bottom row, left) or About Us at the bottom of the page.
  2. In the left-hand green menu select Newsletter Archive
  3. You will see the past years newsletters arranged by date. Click on any date to view it!

So go ahead, try it now at boulderdowntown.com.


Contact: Randy Smith
919 Pearl St | 303-544-9383

Chipotle serves burritos, tacos, burrito bowls and salads made with fresh, high-quality ingredients. Through Food With Integrity, Chipotle is changing the way the world thinks and eats about food.

Two Sole Sisters
Contact: Laurie & Lindsey Tate
1703 Pearl St | (303) 442-0404

Two Sole Sisters is a locally owned, independent boutique founded by two dynamic sisters specializing in unique shoes, handbags and accessories. Laurel and Lindsey Tate have delivered fashion fit for New York, with comfort fit for the Foothills.


Contact: Alex Rogers
1738 Pearl St, 107F | 303-443-2331

Starfish is a new jewelry and accessories boutique located on 18th and Pearl (adjacent to Frasca). Along with stunning lines of jewelry from the East Coast to Denmark, it also has the largest selection of "Pandora" jewelry in Colorado. Enjoy this family owned business Tuesday through Saturday (10-5:00). It is the best place to create unique and personalized jewelry for every occasion.


Farmers' Market Returns to Downtown!

This past Wednesday marked the season opener of the mid-week Boulder County Farmers' Market. "We grow what we sell!" is the motto at the Farmers' Market and they take pride in bringing you locally grown vegetables, fruits, flowers, plants, gourmet cheeses and wines sold by the farmers that produce them. While you're purchasing your fresh vegetables and fruits (many of them organically grown) enjoy a tasty pastry from local bakeries or a meal created by local chefs.

Over 80 farmers now attend the Boulder event, and as many as 14,000 people attend the market in Downtown Boulder on Saturdays in the height of the season and around 6,000 attend on a Wednesday night. “The Market has become a community icon, a gathering place, a country block in the city.” Market Director Mark Menagh notes and reminds us that the market has a great symbiotic relationship with downtown, “We develop community, and that brings people downtown to the Market as an event, not just to shop for veggies.”

So head on down to 13th street on Saturdays from 8 am to 2 pm and Wednesdays from 4 - 8 pm for the freshest in food and fun, to see your community, and get some great food! www.boulderfarmers.org

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Monday, May 05, 2008

Boulder: Top 100 Destinations in the World

Boulder makes the list as Trip Advisor's top 100 Destinations in the World and one of the top 25 in the US!

Click the image below for the full PDF.

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