Anna Karenina, Denver

This modern adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's masterpiece brings the romantic backdrop of Tsarist Russia to life in a heart-wrenching tale of passion and betrayal, dreams chased and lost, and a love that's worth risking everything. Note: Bring a snack/meal for the bus. Location: Stage Theater. Non-refundable after 1/9/19. Sunday, February 10, 11:00 AM-6:00 PM, $75 105929-01

Kirkland Museum, Denver

Recently reopened, the Kirkland Museum is home to three collections containing over 30,000 pieces displayed together in salon style. Enjoy the international decorative art collection from 1875 to 1900, the Colorado and regional art collection, and a retrospective of Colorado's distinguished painter Vance Kirkland. Note: Fee includes a self-guided tour. Lunch cost on your own. Thursday, February 28, 9:30 AM-4:00 PM, $30.75, 105965-01

Mexico: Eco-cultural Friendship City Experience

This extended travel opportunity to the City of Fort Collins Friendship City San Cristobal de las Casas takes you to the heart of the Sierra Madre highlands. Experience the people, projects, and culture of our Friendship City through sustainable tourism. The ten day trip takes you from the beaches along the Mexican Riviera to the mountains in Chiapas this October to explore the traditions of both Mexican and Mayan cultures through a people to people exchange. For more information email

Leonardo Da Vinci

Inventor, artist, scientist, anatomist, engineer, architect, sculptor, philosopher. Leonardo da Vinci's influence has endured and his legacy comes to life at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science in the Leonardo da Vinci: 500 Years of Genius. The most comprehensive exhibition about Leonardo ever presented, the exhibit includes replicas of his inventions built using his detailed codices, multi media content, and the fascinating "Secrets of the Mona Lisa." Note: Fee includes admission and IMAX film. Lunch cost is on your own. Thursday, March 7, 8:30 AM - 4:00PM, $64.75, 205951-01

Conference of World Affairs, Boulder

Each April, CWA week features 200 panels, 100 speakers and performers over 5 days. The goal of the week is to bring together thought leaders from across the globe to share with the community a range of perspectives on the pressing issues of the day. Note: Fee includes admissions. Lunch cost is on your own. Friday, April 12, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, $18, 205961-01

Chamberlain Observatory, Denver

Join the Denver Astronomical Society at historic Chamberlin Observatory for a pub- lic night of sky gazing. Enjoy a multi-media astronomy presentation by a DAS lecture. Rain or shine enjoy a fun night full of astronomical delights tailored for the non-astronomer ready to learn about the universe. Note: Dinner cost on your own. Please note that as a historic building accommodations are limited. Tuesday, April 30, 3:00-11:00 PM, $26.50, 205958-01

Golden Geology Tour, Golden

Enjoy the best geologic points of interest in and around Golden. With a profes- sional geologist as a guide, learn about the depositional and tectonic events that formed the Rocky Mountains. Stops to view the Front Range stratigraphy, ancient metamorphic rocks, granite pegmatites, and tertiary volcanic flows. Lunch cost on your own. Wednesday, May 15, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM, $60.50, 205962-01 Thursday, May 16, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM, $60.50, 205962-02

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