We’re grateful for the way our Boulder community has come together to support each other in the last week. It’s so important to allow ourselves the time and space to grieve for the lives that were lost and forever altered by this tragedy. We’re sharing some upcoming springtime events taking place in town that might provide joy, light, and a sense of togetherness for you and yours.

Starting on April 3rd, 2021, the Boulder Farmers Market will be back every Saturday through November. The market is also open every Wednesday between May and October. In addition to an abundance of local produce and goodies, an outdoor food court featuring local restaurants is not to be missed. Once it’s summer, you’ll want to make a trip exclusively for the peaches. Some Saturdays, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art hosts kids activities. And for those hoping to get a head start on springtime cooking, local produce is available from the Farmers Market for year-round curbside pickup. 

In late April, we admire the nearly 15,000 tulips blooming along Pearl Street, just steps from Kiln Boulder. Once downtown is in full bloom, Boulder’s young kids dress up as fairies and elves and parade down the street. 

Also, this spring, from March 26th through April 3rd, is Boulder’s annual Arts Week, which will feature digital and in-person arts and culture offerings, including art walks, exhibitions, musical and dance performances, and lectures, readings, and workshops around town. The Arts Week calendar is packed with upcoming pop-up shops, performances, and even self-guided mural tours. We’re so looking forward to it. 

It’s almost wildflower season, too. We’re especially excited for an easy after-work transition from Kiln’s coworking space to some of the best trails in town including Mesa Trail, Ranger Trail, and Gregory Canyon. Check out this list courtesy of AllTrails. 

Finally, we’re looking forward to upcoming Kiln seminars. On Wednesday, March 31st, we have a live-streamed Startup Stories event featuring Joshua Scot Onysko (CEO + Founder of Pangea Organics) moderated by Daniel Epstein (CEO + Founder of Unreasonable Group). The two Boulder-based entrepreneurs will explore Joshua's startup journey, and how Pangea Organics evolved from a simple idea into an internationally recognized brand. Check Kiln’s Events page for an ever-changing list of future events catered towards entrepreneurs and tech founders. 

This is our first spring in Boulder, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to build a community around town.