Support Local Shops Online

All but essential stores in Boulder may currently be closed, but there are ways to continue supporting local businesses — and also get the products that you want or need. You can shop many local stores online. The closures have hit downtown Boulder especially hard, where more than 70 percent of businesses are locally owned […]

Least-Busy Hikes Near Boulder

Boulder County is restricted to “shelter in place,” banning all non-essential activities outside of the house. However, outdoor exercise, such as walking, hiking, biking, running and walking your dogs, are all considered “essential activities.” Just make sure you follow social distancing guidelines, remaining a full six feet apart from others. However, just because the trails […]

Boulder’s Restaurants Respond to Quarantine

Editor’s note: This is just a sampling of the many ways you can still support local restaurants, via take-out, delivery, gift cards and more. If your restaurant is not listed here, please add your offerings in the comments at the bottom of the page. And Boulder, make sure you scroll all the way down to […]

How to Stay Fit During the Coronavirus Closures

Gym closures are more than losing your pump for many of Boulder’s active community members. Fitness can be a huge source of stress relief, as well as social connection — two things we need  more than ever right now. In addition, staying healthy and active can actually protect you from the coronavirus and other seasonal […]

Where to Get Free Food for Children With No School

School’s out — for at least the next few weeks, to limit the spread of the coronavirus. One of the biggest concerns with closing schools was leaving at-risk children who rely on healthy school lunches with no food at home. Boulder County is stepping up to help assure no child is left hungry. Here’s where […]