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The Arts HUB Pride Cabaret

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Join us for our first annual Pride Cabaret! Featuring the talents of our local Colorado performers, this evening of song and dance will be a colorful, fun-filled celebration of inclusivity!

Many veterans of The Arts HUB stage will perform solos and duets from classic Broadway musicals. Our community choir, The Arts HUB Singers, will also perform an arrangement of “Love is Love is Love” from the Justice Choir Songbook. And for the first time ever, we are pleased to welcome the Phoenix Transgender Choir, “a grassroots community of individuals who believe in the transformative potential of the arts for personal empowerment and societal change.” (source:

Our Pride Cabaret is a fundraiser event for our theatre programming. All proceeds go directly to the support of The Arts HUB!

The Arts HUB is dedicated to being an open, safe, and affirming space for all, and as such we strive to support and uplift our LGBTQIA+ community year-round. The Arts HUB Cabaret Series showcases the talent in our community by giving space for rising and established performers to practice their craft and network with other artists.

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The Arts HUB Music Series Presents: A Night with Mad Dog Blues

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Join us for an evening with Mad Dog Blues, featuring the talents of veteran Colorado performer Mad Dog Friedman, Jeff “Bone Head” Becker, Clark “The Champ” Chanslor, Sean “Rocket” Bennight, and Mark “Kaz” Kaczorowski. Mad Dog Blues is dedicated to sharing its distinctive “Colorado Country Blues” sound,” a unique fusion of delta blues, bluegrass, honky-tonk, hokum, and acoustic jam music.”

Our opening act will feature local musicians John Anglin and Hannah Ford.

Our ticket price includes refreshments. Price is $25.00.

The Arts HUB Music Series delights and inspires audiences with performances of classical and traditional music from around the world.

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Beauty and the Beast

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Friday, June 9 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, June 10 at 2 Pm and 7:30 PM
Sunday, June 11 at 2:30 PM
Friday, June 16 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, June 17 at 2 PM and 7:30 PM
Sunday, June 18 at 2:30 PM

Join The Arts HUB this summer for a “tale as old as time”– about a brave, intelligent young woman, a magical castle full of talking objects, and a recalcitrant beast who must learn how to love. This classic story about true love will enchant audiences young and old!

Our full-scale musical production will include a cast of adult and child performers from our community. All the songs from the beloved 1991 Disney animated movie will be featured, including “Beauty and the Beast,” “Be Our Guest,” “Gaston,” and “Something There.” Audiences are encouraged to come in costume, an to participate in fun, engaging activities for all ages before and after the show!

The Arts HUB Players is a new, semi-professional theatre troupe founded in 2022. It is the mission of The Arts HUB to offer an accessible, equitable, and high-quality theatre experience, both to our audiences and to the community members participating in our

Fee: $15 to $28

WOW! Family Fundraiser: Summer Carnival

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Our Family FUNdraiser is back again! Proceeds directly benefit our Play For All Initiative. Try your luck at our silent auction, opportunity auction, and free games to receive prizes.
There will be hot dogs (and veggie dogs, too!), a popcorn bar with all your favorite toppings, fresh spun cotton candy, a pie-throw and so much more.
We can’t wait to see you there!

Fee: Adults: $10 Child (2yrs+): $15

Mother’s Day Gift Shopping Mini Market

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Mother’s Day shopping just got a lil bit easier this year. The K9 Club is hosting a gift shopping mini market on May 11 at 6pm with goodies from a handful of magnificent purveyors we think all moms & dog moms with adore.

Plants by: Paradise Plant House
Pottery by: Reminder Pottery
Cheese by: The Waggin’
Baked & Dry Goods by: Daily Grains Bakery
Books & Gifts by: The Read Queen

LAUGH (Lafayette Art UnderGround Hustle) Spring Art Tour

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

LAUGH (Lafayette Art UnderGround Hustle) is here to motivate artists and encourage everyone to discover the unique underground artistic movement evolving in Lafayette, CO. It’s proving that it is not the work alone that makes art, it is also the process, the person, and the experience. This self-guided tour is free and open to the public. Grab a map from the website Bike, walk, or ride to Old Town to see what gives. This season’s theme? Spring Out Of The Box! We have challenged our artists to find a new way to connect with tour-goers. How do they intend to use their creative genius to lure, mesmerize, and inspire you to stop by? Dust off your fancy pants and find out.


Miner’s Museum

CSU Master Gardeners at Lafayette Florist

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Talk with our happy CSU Master Gardeners. Get FREE gardening and plant advise Saturdays from 9am – 1pm and Sundays from 10am – 2pm. Hurry in, they are only here until June 17th.

Voices of Mining History: Using Oral Histories to Examine the Columbine Mine Massacre

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Don’t miss Dr. Leigh Campbell-Hale discussing how oral histories (including some stored at the Lafayette Public Library!) played a key role in researching and writing her new book “Remembering Ludlow but Forgetting the Columbine.”

The book, and the exhibit based on it at the Lafayette History Museum, explore themes of workers’ rights, civil rights, justice, and power.

Compass & Cavern, Teresa Suydam, McKnight

May 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Compass & Cavern – Long-time friendship between Will Timbers and Chris Fruci disguised as an alternative rock band from Denver. Will & Chris have been writing and performing music together for over a decade. C&C is their current musical outlet for sharing deep thoughts, reflections, wild dreams, frustrations, strange stories, and more. The band’s sound is characterized by massive synths, riffing guitars, dynamic drums, vocal harmonies, and the occasional, but always appropriate, shaker.

Teresa Suydam – A lost bird cross-culture artist who makes explorative pop with cinematic tendencies infused with honey-like vocals. Teresa Suydam is a non-binary songwriter and producer based out of Denver, CO who chases their own culture and identity with their music. Being of Indigenous and Filipino descent, Teresa is a safe haven to other multicultural individuals who don’t feel at home in their own skin. They present a kaleidoscopic range of sounds and bold colors to paint their own unique rainbow in the music realm. Recently, Teresa Suydam’s music video for Take Me to the Water was nominated for the Native American Music Awards.

McKnight – Grass roots acoustic rock band from Denver Colorado where the band was formed. McKnight recorded an album during the pandemic and signed a publishing deal after the release of two single releases from the album. One of the singles (I Was Better) was debuted on KTCO 93.3 as a top ten for the Colorado Band competition Hometown For The Holidays. The band relies on a big sound with horns and stomp acoustic rock. McKnight will continue writing songs with similar punch with the hopes of releasing a full album in 2023.

All Ages!!
$12 presale. $18 day of show
Doors: 6:30 PM
Show: 7:00 PM

Event is possible with grant support from Lafayette Cultural Arts Collective & Boulder County Arts Alliance