Aftergrass with GasPops

After a beautiful day of sipping on wine and jamming out to live tunes at Grapes & Grass, Boulder County's favorite folk-punk band Gasoline Lollipops will blow the doors off of the Boulder Theater as part of the official wine and bluegrass music festival's after party; 10 p.m. , Boulder Theater, 2032 14th St., Boulder; $15; bouldertheater.com/event/1679869-after-grass-ft-gasoline-boulder.

TODAY

Beekeeping Classes & Workshops — Workshops designed to support new beekeepers through their first season of beekeeping. Participants have the opportunity to learn this fascinating skill through an entire season of beekeeping with the support of an experienced instructor and a community of other new beekeepers; 9 a.m. , Growing Gardens, 1630 Hawthorn Ave., Boulder; growinggardens.org/beekeeping-classes.

Teen Authors Panel — Kelly Devos, Lisa Brown Roberts and Rebekah Crane will speak about and sign their new books, "Fat Girl on a Plane," "Spies, Lies, and Allies" and "The Upside of Falling Down;" 1 p.m., Boulder Book Store, 1107 Pearl St., Boulder; free; 303-447-2074, boulderbookstore.net/event/teen-authors-panel.


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Akoma, Beat of the Heart; West African Drum and Dance — International guest artists collaborate with local artists to integrate music and dance styles derived from African music. Performances will feature salsa, samba, hip hop and breakdance, with live music and dance from Africa. Guest artists from Ghana, who are masters of African dance and drumming, will travel to Colorado from various states and will perform with local groups: Bateria Alegria (samba), Streetside Studios (hip hop, breakdance and salsa) and Mokomba Ensemble (traditional and contemporary African); 2 p.m., Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; $5-$20; 310-409-5821, baobaofoundation.org.

Rock & Hops Benefit: CU Boulder Veterans Alumni Assocaiton — An evening of music and dancing that will benefit the CU Boulder Veterans Alumni Association, supporting newly transitioning CU Boulder veteran students to learn essential career skills in order to find a rewarding job. There will be a silent auction, food and drinks. Families are welcome; 6:30 p.m., Tri City Elks, 525 Main St., Louisville; eventbrite.com/e/rock-hops-benefit-cu-boulder-veterans-alumni-assocaiton-tickets-47876641323?aff=ebapi.

UPCOMING

Facing Futures: Dark, Winsome, Bright and Violent — Hal Taussig will combine spiritual exercises, conversation and the reading of "The Secret Revelation of John," with the purpose of finding common ground to stand on in the tumultuous times our nation is facing. Taussig is a progressive Christian scholar, lecturer, and retired professor, who has published 14 books, including "The New New Testament;" 9 a.m. Sunday, First United Methodist Church, 1421 Spruce St., Boulder; free; 303-442-3770, fumcboulder.org/tir-hal-taussig-returns-in-august.

Holistic Moms Network Chapter Kickoff Event — Learn how to make DIY bubbles while you connect with other families interested in living a more holistic life; 10 a.m. Sunday North Boulder Park, 2848 9th St., Boulder; free; facebook.com/events/234686690680229.

The music of Phish for kids, featuring Phour Point O — The Rock and Roll Playhouse hosts a Phish cover band playing tunes for kids; 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Boulder Theater, 2032 14th St., Boulder; $15.

The Superheroes — The Colorado Pops celebrate the end of summer with rock band The Superheroes. Hear songs from the greatest movies and TV shows about heroes, and meet heroes and villains from all over Colorado at this family-friendly interactive concert. Be sure to take part in the costume catwalk; 2 p.m. Sunday, Etown, 1535 Spruce St., Boulder; $35; 720-295-4866, etown.org/events/the-superhoes-in-concert.

Lija Fisher discusses "The Cryptid Catcher" — Lija Fisher will speak about and sign her new book, "The Cryptid Catcher," that will feature a special appearance by the Yeti; 3 p.m. Sunday, Boulder Book Store, 1107 Pearl St., Boulder; free; 303-447-2074, boulderbookstore.net/event/lija-fisher-cryptid-catcher.