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Faculty Tuesdays Presents Cellos, Vibrez: This evening of music will celebrate the song and purity of the cello and will explore works ranging from cello duos to cello octets. On Tuesdays, renowned CU Boulder College of Music faculty artists join students and colleagues in the studio to perform world premieres and dear game. Tuesday, connoisseurs can listen to the compositions of Jean-Baptiste Barrière, Jan Radzysnki, Reinhold Glière, Anne Wilson and Giovanni Sollima; 7:30 pm Tuesday, Grusin Music Hall, 1020 18th St., Boulder; Free; cupresents.org.

Día de los Muertos Festival in Longmont: Check out the annual and colorful display at the Longmont Museum’s Swan Atrium on Tuesday, the official Day of the Dead holiday. The show is filled with folklore to commemorate loved ones who have passed away and keep their memories alive. It also features art from local artist Marcelo Fernandez; open until Nov. 6; Museum of Longmont, 400 Quail Road, Longmont; Free; longmontcolorado.gov.

The Milk Carton Kids at Boulder Theatre: The California-based Grammy-nominated indie-folk duo will bring its tunes to Boulder with Nashville singer-songwriter Katie Pruitt opening the show; 8 p.m. Tuesday, Boulder Theatre, 2032 14th St., Boulder; $29.50-$35; z2ent.com.

Boulder Tuesday Thursday Hikers: Join outdoor enthusiasts for a day hike with this leaderless, rule-following group that breaks into small groups and takes different routes. (Expenses will be reimbursed by drivers.) Bring a lunch, water and snacks, and be prepared for all weather conditions; 9 a.m. Tuesday, North Boulder Park, 7th & Dellwood, Boulder; Free; 303-494-8822.

‘Like Water’ Book Discussion: In a special event, Dean and Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education, Dr. Daryl Joji Maeda, will discuss his new book, “Like Water: A Cultural History of Bruce Lee.” The Asian-American icon Lee changed the martial arts by combining influences from around the world. By mixing folktales and folktales, “Like Water” reveals the traditions that Lee mixed in his rise to world fame; 9 a.m. Tuesday, University of Colorado Boulder, Regent Drive at Broadway, Boulder; bit.ly/3PdzOyH.

‘Returning Man to Nature’ Book Signing: Boulder author Jeanine M. Canty, former head of environmental research at Naropa, will discuss and sign her new book, “Returning the Self to Nature: Undoing Our Collective Narcissism and Healing Our Planet, ” at Boulder Book Store; 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Boulder Bookstore, 1107 Pearl St., Boulder; $5; boulderbookstore.net.

Eastern Forest in eTown: This Portland-based musician combines ambient-electronic and classical indie pop. East Forest, aka Trevor Oswalt, is a prominent figure in the intersection of music and the psychedelic-therapy movement and will lead participants on an inner journey at this event; 7 pm Tuesday, Etown, 1535 Spruce St., Boulder; etown.org.

Boulder Cycling Club: Join BCC for its popular bike ride every Tuesday, featuring riders of all stripes. Routes and distances vary, helmets are mandatory and lights are enforced. Stay after the ride and grab a beer and pizza at Twisted Pine; 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Pine Milo, 3201 Walnut St., Boulder; bouldercyclingclub.org.

Jam with the CU Jam Society: The Jam Society at CU offers a platform for young musicians to expand their musical skills by joining other musicians on Tuesdays on campus; 7 p.m. Tuesday, University Memorial Center, The Connection, First Floor, CU Boulder campus; calendar.colorado.edu.

Firehouse Movie Actors: Filmmakers and film fans of all ages, backgrounds, interests and hobbies can join this regular and interactive monthly roundtable. Participants can bring whatever they are working on to share for constructive criticism in a professional environment; 6 pm Tuesday, Firehouse Art Center, 667 4th Ave, Longmont; firehouseart.org.



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