Celebration of Immigrant Heritage Week
In 2011, the City of Boulder established an annual Celebration of Immigrant Heritage Week to raise awareness of Boulder's immigrant history and heritage. Boulder recognizes the importance of building public awareness of immigrant histories and cultures and the role these play in shaping and enriching the life of the city. You can view the 2011 City of Boulder Declaration of Immigrant Heritage Week here .
2017 Celebration of Immigrant Heritage Week Events
BAPA Celebration of Immigrant Heritage Week
Thursday, Oct. 5 | 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Boulder Public Library Canyon Theater
Boulder Asian Pacific Alliance (BAPA) will host an evening of music and dance from local Asian and Pacific Islander communities. Performers will represent a variety of Asian and Pacific Islander cultures.
Public Art Presentation: Boulder Histories & Immigration
Monday, Oct. 2 through Thursday, Oct. 5 | 7 - 9 p.m. Boulder County Courthouse on the Pearl Street Mall
(between 13th and 14th Streets)
A public art presentation that celebrates Immigrant Heritage Week by bringing Boulder’s immigration history to the present with archival images, historical facts and questions projected in large-scale onto the top of the Boulder County Courthouse. Join Motus Theater, the Boulder County Latino History Project, Colorado historians and educators for cookies and conversation about immigration history on the Pearl Street Mall.