Fridays, Sep 22-Nov 10 – Join Ellie for a 7 week Hip-Hop dance class. The class will focus on choreography , dance games, free dance skill building. Learn hip-hop basics and a routine.
Wednesdays, Sep 6-Nov 8 – Many universal artistic concepts arise when playing marimbas or drumming on buckets including rhythm, melody, harmony, balance and more.
Nov 19 – Etienne Tolno from Guinea will be leading West African Drum and Dance classes. He has been studying West African music since his early teens and drumming professionally with various companies in Guinea since his early twenties.
Nov 18 – Lights, Camera, Trans-Action is a live drag show with a dance party afterwards. Brought to you by Delta Pride and the Paradise Theatre.
Nov 10-12 – Community Grief Ritual is in the Dagara Style as taught to us by our beloved West African teachers – Sobonfu Somé and Elder Malidoma Somé.
Nov 11 – With Community Stargazing, experience a dark night full of stars and celebrate the night. Dress in warm layers.
Nov 10 – The Pink Unicorn is an award-winning solo theatre piece written by Elise Forier Edie, which tells the story of a Christian widow from a conservative Texas town whose life is thrown into turmoil when her teenage daughter announces she is gender queer.
Nov 2 – For Dia de los Muertos participate in a procession and face painting, and create an ofrenda. Congregate at the Paonia Community Garden.
Oct 19 – Heritage Month – The New World is the story of the English exploration of Virginia, and of the changing world and loves of Pocahontas.
Oct 14 – For the Pickle Fest bring the whole family for a day of pickleball in Apple Valley Park with local food, drinks, and music.
Oct 1 – Welcome to the Delta Pride Festival, a vibrant celebration of love, unity, and diversity! Join us in the heart of Delta, Colorado, as we come together to honor and embrace the LGBTQ+ community.
Sep 20 – In La Usurpadora, identical twin sisters, separated at birth, one truly decent but humble, the other ultra rich, conniving, and truly destructive. They soon find themselves hopelessly intertwined in each other’s lives.
Sep 16 – Come celebrate Heritage Days in honor of our agricultural workers at Festival Agricola, 4-10pm in Olathe.
Sep 14 – With Intro to Step, Soul Steps invites you to experience the stomps, claps and dynamic rhythms of the rich African American cultural tradition known as step dance.
Sep 7 – Heritage Month – The true story of Selena, a Texas-born Tejano singer who rose from cult status to performing at the Astrodome, as well as having chart-topping albums on the Latin music charts.
Aug 31 – At CSU’s Field Day, celebrate the harvest and learn about interesting agricultural research through farm tours and workshops.
Aug 27 – Wildfire Relief donations will be accepted at the Hearth. Items needed include herbal medicines, salve for burns, and remedies for nervous system support.
July 31- Aug 3 – The North Fork Mentoring Project involves adventure, arts, service, and project-based rite of passage programs for boys, age 9-11
Aug 13 – Energy Balancing Workshop is inspired by Energy Kinesiology and will include working with meridians to achieve better flow and balance in the body’s energy systems.
Every Sunday – With Paonia Singing learn to sing, sing better, sing in a group, together and to have fun doing it! With Michael Hall.
The Learning Council will be a Comprehensive Sexual Health Education Gathering each month to discuss CSHE and how to share factual information.
July 31-Aug 4 – In Dance and Aerial Silks Summer Camp, learn more about the art of choreography, develop your own personal style and perform for your family.
Aug 3 – Peer to Peer Training for Teens will be for those who are interested in empowering themselves and friends with culturally sensitive, medically accurate information on sexual health.
July 31 – In Footprint of a Heart, Shayla “Kiddo” Paradeis will have a book signing and a discussion of her 18,000 mile travel on foot.