How To Screw Up Your Life

Luna and Ray Johnson are a married couple in "How To Screw Up Your Life." What's worse, they are also a couple of actors. One day they decided to put their screwed up lives, along with their screwed up kids, on the boards, and a hit show was born. The show became an international sensation with fans and devotees flocking worldwide; 7:30 p.m., Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; thedairy.org.

TODAY

Bright and Early Walk to Boulder Junction — Start Winter Walk and Bike Week off with this morning stroll from the heart of downtown to Boulder Junction. Enjoy free coffee at the Boulder Municipal Building, then get your steps in with Boulder Walks as a group strolls down Pearl Street. Walk and talk about Pearl Street's history and the development of Boulder Junction, ending at the Hyatt, where there will be free breakfast treats in celebration of Winter Walk and Bike Week; 7:45 a.m., meet on the west side of the Boulder Municipal Building, 1777 W. Broadway, just off of the Boulder Creek Path, Boulder; bouldercolorado.gov/goboulder/winter-walk-and-bike-week.


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Birds of Prey Slide Program — During this slide presentation you'll learn how to distinguish between different raptors by identifying common field marks. You will also learn about the habitat requirements, behavior and ecology of these magnificent birds; 6 p.m., George Reynolds Branch, 3595 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder; free; 303-678-6214.

First Friday Art Walk — Stop by Settembre Cellars as it stays open late for the NoBo Art District First Friday art walk. Help welcome guest artist Kyonggeun Johnson and enjoy her abstract paintings along with a glass or flight of wine; 6 p.m., Settembre Cellars, 1501 LeeHill #16, Boulder; free; 303-532-1892, secure.settembrecellars.com/event/first-friday-guest-artist-kyonggeun-johnson.

UPCOMING

Snark Attack Tuesday — Are you snarky? Do you enjoy criticizing movies? If so, join Snark Attack Tuesday. On the first Tuesday of each month, a group will enjoy cringe-worthy movies, videos and TV shows that are lovably bad. Contact Teen Services at 303-335-4845 or teenservices@louisvilleco.gov e-mail; 4 p.m., Tuesday, Louisville Public Library, 951 Spruce St., Louisville; 303-335-4845, louisvilleco.gov.

2nd Annual Mardi Gras Beer Dinner — The 2nd Annual Mardi Gras Beer Dinner includes five Cajun-themed courses paired with five beers; 6 p.m., Tuesday, Boulder Beer Company, 2880 Wilderness Place, Boulder; $40; 303-444-8448 ext. 27, boulderbeer.com/shop/mardi-gras-beer-dinner.

How marine animals treat enemies and friends — Our ecosystem is not only composed of diverse organisms, but also the complex interactions among them. How do different clam species fight against enemies and help their friends? Come learn about the behaviors and ecology of these intriguing marine animals; 7 p.m., Tuesday, CU Museum of Natural History, 1030 Broadway, Boulder; free; 303-492-6892.

Voice Lessons: A Sisters Story — Boulder author Cara Mentzel shares her new memoir about growing up in the shadow of a larger-than-life older sister-musical theater sensation Idina Menzel; 7 p.m., Tuesday, Boulder JCC, 6007 Oreg Ave. Boulder 80303, Boulder; $15-$20; 720-749-2530, boulderjcc.org.

Discovering Dinosaurs in the Wilds of Madagascar — Discover dinosaurs and other vertebrates and mammals from the Denver Museum of Nature & Sciences' curator of vertebrate paleontology, David Krause; 7 p.m., Wednesday, Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Ave., Louisville; free; 303-335-4581, louisvilleco.gov.

Beni Brosh at The Laughing Goat — In a modern age of music, Beni Brosh harkens back to the roots of Americana and folk. His music recollects the hardships and joys that define every soul, with lyrics as honest as an adage; 8 p.m., Wednesday, The Laughing Goat, 1709 Pearl St., Boulder; free; thelaughinggoat.com/events.