Hazel Miller at Caffe Sole and other Boulder-area events March 30, 2019

Hazel Miller

Come see the Boulder jazz legend in an intimate environment; 7 p.m., Caffè Sole, 637 S. Broadway, Boulder; .


Wilderness Risk Management — In this two-day, classroom-based course, learn what it takes to venture responsibly into the outdoors. A NOLS instructor will teach skills and lead activities on trip planning, identifying life-threatening hazards, outdoor leadership and decision-making, emergency response and how to make the most of post-trip learning opportunities; 9 a.m., REI Boulder, 1789 28th St., Boulder; $245-$275;, .

Girls Who Code — Open to girls in grades sixth through 12th. No coding experience necessary. If you would like to bring your own laptop, please feel free to do so, although it‘s not necessary; 10 a.m., Louisville Public Library, 951 Spruce Street, Louisville; .

Parkrun 5K South Boulder Creek— Experience a fun run around beautiful Boulder; 9 a.m., Parkrun-South Boulder Creek-East Boulder Rec Center Parking Lot, 5660 Sioux Drive, Boulder; free;, .

Bears in our Backyard— In spring, adult bears and their cubs emerge from winter dens. Join volunteer naturalists for a picnic shelter program to explore how bears survive winter and become active again in the spring. You‘ll also learn how to share habitat and live safely in bear country; 1 p.m., Betasso Preserve, 377 Betasso Raod, Boulder; free;, .

Ben Hammond— Live music from Colorado-based singer/songwriter; 6 p.m., Rayback Collective, 2775 Valmont Road, Boulder; free; .

Laser Foo Fighters— Experience a cutting-edge projection system from Laser Fantasy with vibrant colors cutting their way through the fog and a 360-degree wrap-around screen—-all while the music of this legendary rock band entrances; 10:30 p.m. Saturday, Fiske Planetarium, 2414 Regent Drive, Boulder; .


CU Museum of Natural History: Colorado Snakes — “Colorado Snakes,” the newest exhibit at the CU Museum of Natural History, examines each species up close, explains their natural histories and the role they play in balancing the environment; 9 a.m. Sunday, Museum of Natural History, 1035 Broadway, Boulder; free.

Front Range Anglers Introduction to Saltwater Fly Fishing Class — The purpose of this introductory course is to provide the angler with the most basic look at the world of saltwater fly fishing. This class is designed for the “never ever” saltwater angler, but feel free to join should you like to enhance your skills and knowledge. Must preregister for the class to secure your seat; 9 a.m. Sunday, Front Range Anglers, 2344 Pearl St., Boulder; $125;, .

Go Far Sunday Funday Run — Go Far has teamed up with Denver‘s Colfax Marathon Ambassadors, Eric Hinman and several other great vendors to provide the community with a fun Sunday run from the shop. Come out to demo Altra Running footwear and go for a four-mile or eight-mile run. All levels and abilities welcome; 9 a.m. Sunday, Go Far Shop, 2005 Pearl St., Boulder; free; .

Cold Hardy Cacti and Succulents— An expert in selection and propagation of rare and unique plants for Colorado, Kelly Grummons, will discuss a variety of exceptional new winter hardy cacti, agaves, yuccas and outdoor succulents, and include choosing appropriate sites, soil prep, fertilizing and ongoing care; 1 p.m. Sunday, Harlequin‘s Gardens, 4795 North 26th St., Boulder; $20;, .

Adult Coloring— Grab some friends to enjoy a Sunday afternoon in the tasting room. Each and every Sunday, choose a coloring sheet from an adult coloring book, use provided pencils and enjoy a glass of our elegant Colorado wine. $12 gets you a glass of wine, your choice of coloring sheets and pencils to work with; 1 p.m. Sunday,, Settembre Cellars Winery and Tasting Room, 1501 Lee Hill #16, Boulder; $12-$17;, .

Demetri Martin Wandering Mind Tour — The deadpan stand-up comedian will make a Boulder stop in support of his current tour; 5 p.m. Sunday, Boulder Theater, 2032 14th St., Boulder; $35.